Kimberly Hutzel
Cornjerker JV and Varsity volleyball in their last home matches of the season! #CornjerkerPride
about 8 hours ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
HAHS Prom Info: Prom will be at the Civic Center on April 24 from 8:30 to 11. Tickets must be purchased in advance, there are no ticket sales at the door. There is a dance guidelines form that must be signed before purchasing a ticket. Ticket Sales will be Wednesday, April 14 to Friday, April 16 and again on Tuesday April 20 and Wednesday April 21st. Tickets will be on sale for $10 outside the high school office from 7:50-8:15. (JUNIORS & SENIORS ONLY, NO OUTSIDE GUESTS ALLOWED)
about 9 hours ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Lady Cornjerkers are playing host to the Watseka Warriors in volleyball. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
1 day ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Parents: Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 13th we will be holding the SAT test at our school. This test is for all juniors. Also, this test is for any senior who did not take the SAT in the fall. As a result of the testing that will be occurring, only juniors and those seniors who need to take the SAT will be reporting to school tomorrow. All freshmen and sophomores will not be in attendance at school and instead will be working from home and having a remote learning day tomorrow. Any senior who already took the SAT in the fall will also be staying home and working remotely as well. It is important that all students who are working remotely make sure to check their teacher’s Google Classrooms for any work they are needing to complete for the day. As a reminder, students who are not testing will not be allowed to come into the school as we try to maintain a quiet and secure testing environment. Students who need to come in for help will have the ability to sign up for appointments like they normally do and come in after 1:00 in the afternoon. #CornjerkerPride
1 day ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Boys soccer back in action this afternoon. Go Jerkers! #CornjerkerPride
1 day ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area-Armstrong Potomac football team playing host to Westville for Homecoming/Senior Night. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
4 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS honoring all over our football/cheerleading/band seniors before Senior Night/Homecoming kicks off this afternoon vs. Westville! Kickoff is at 1:00 pm. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
4 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS chorus performing at the Hoopeston Area music festival. Congratulations to Mr. Sperry and the choir on another great performance!! #CornjerkerPride
4 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS band performing at the Hoopeston Area Music Festival!! Way to go band, you sounded great! #CornjerkerPride
4 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Juniors and Seniors: HAHS will be holding Prom on April 24th at the Hoopeston Civic Center. This year's prom will be for Hoopeston Area juniors and seniors only. No outside guests will be allowed and strict safety measures will be put in place. More details and information will be coming next week. #CornjerkerPride
5 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congratulations to this year's Homecoming court and attendants. A special congratulations to Wyatt Johnson who was named Homecoming King and Samantha Cade who was named Homecoming Queen! #CornjerkerPride To view the ceremony, please visit the link below: https://youtu.be/OqBkaq7XVgY
5 days ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Congratulations to all of our Homecoming Court attendants and to our Homecoming King Wyatt Johnson and Homecoming Queen Sam Cade! #CornjerkerPride
5 days ago, Ashley Gondzur
Stephanie Pratt
High school softball is up and going and have new uniforms this year!
6 days ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Parents: On Tuesday, April 13th we will be holding the SAT test at our school. This test is for all juniors. Also, this test is for any senior who did not take the SAT in the fall. As a result of the testing that will be occurring, only juniors and those seniors who need to take the SAT will be reporting to school on that date. All freshmen and sophomores will not be in attendance at school and instead will be working from home for a remote learning day. Any senior who already took the SAT in the fall will also be staying home and working remotely for a remote learning day. It is important that all students who are working remotely make sure to check their teacher’s Google Classrooms for any work they are needing to complete for the day. During the morning of the test, students who are not testing will not be allowed to come into the school as we try to maintain a quiet and secure testing environment. Students who need to come in for help will have the ability to sign up for appointments like they normally do and come in after 1:00 in the afternoon. #CornjerkerPride
6 days ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Volleyball in action tonight! Go Lady Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
7 days ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
The HAHS Lady Cornjerkers volleyball team is playing host to the Westville Tigers. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
8 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Football kicking off the season at home vs. Salt Fork. Let’s go Cornjerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
18 days ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
AP English students discovered which book they get to read in their Lit Circles this quarter! They were all pleased to get their number one choices!
20 days ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
The HAHS Greenhouse is looking great! The FFA plant sale is coming in April. #CornjerkerPride
21 days ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Volleyball back in action tonight for Senior night. Go Jerkers!#CornjerkerPride
21 days ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
HAHS Reminder: This is a reminder to students and parents that tomorrow, Wednesday, March 24th, and Thursday, March 25th, we will be holding Parent-Teacher Conferences from 3:00-6:30 pm both nights. As we did the first semester, we are encouraging parents to set up virtual conferences with their student’s teachers. If you have not had a chance to schedule your virtual conferences with your student's teachers, there is still time to do so. If for whatever reason virtual conferences are not an option for you, we are allowing in-person conferences as well. If you choose in-person, please note that individuals must be wearing a mask while in the school and you will be temperature checked and screened at the door. #CornjerkerPride
21 days ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Congratulations to the members of our HAHS Homecoming Court!
22 days ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
HAHS Families, This is a reminder to students and parents that this coming Wednesday, March 24th, and Thursday, March 25th, we will be holding Parent-Teacher Conferences from 3:00-6:30 pm both nights. As we did the first semester, we are encouraging parents to set up virtual conferences with their student’s teachers. If for whatever reason virtual conferences are not an option for you, we are allowing in-person conferences as well. If you choose in-person, please note that individuals must be wearing a mask while in the school and you will be temperature checked and screened at the door. #CornjerkerPride
25 days ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area soccer team is playing host to BHRA in a VVC Conference match. Let’s go Jerkers! #CornjerkerPride
28 days ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Students in Bio 2 spending a rainy Monday morning in the lab learning about squid!
30 days ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
HAHS Bowling Team competing in their final match of the season. Let’s go Jerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Cornjerker soccer back at it tonight!#CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Kimberly Hutzel
Mr. Swartzentruber’s classes testing out their mousetrap cars! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Kimberly Hutzel
Ms.Kelnhofer’s science class working on photosynthesis experiments! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
HAHS Parents, This is just a reminder that the Illinois 5-Essentials Survey has opened up for this year. This survey is an opportunity for parents to provide our school very valuable feedback. This survey is a great tool to provide information to our school and district as we continually look to improve our school and our student's educational experience. Your feedback is extremely important and is very much appreciated. Please go to the link below to complete the survey: https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/ Once there, please click "Parent Survey."
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
SENIORS: It is time to order your Rental Graduation Cap & Gown. We will need your height and weight, along with a check or cash in the amount of $33 for the rental of the gown. You can turn all of it in, at the high school main office. Checks need to be made payable to HAHS. The deadline to get this done is Monday March 22nd. Please note that this is a strict deadline and can not be adjusted! If you have questions please stop in the office. There is a measuring guide in Mr. Swank's nook, if you need to measure your height.
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS girls basketball team is looking for another win tonight as they play host to Georgetown Ridge Farm. Let’s go Jerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS ​Students and Parents, MANY SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DUE DATES ARE FAST APPROACHING!!! This is just another reminder for our students and parents about our HAHS scholarship webpage that is located on our high school website. This page is continually updated throughout the school year to provide information for our students and parents about scholarship opportunities both locally and nationally. These scholarships range from a couple of hundred dollars all the way up to full four-year college tuition waivers. We encourage our students to apply for as many scholarships as they can and also for students and parents to check the site often for the latest updates. ***​PLEASE NOTE THE DACC FOUNDATIONS SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MARCH 25TH AT 5:00 PM*** https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JyLCH_-DWJftxyki7eNPGiJ-JU63kxsbam1u_xbGUro/edit?usp=sharing
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Mrs. Kelnhofer’s science class exploring volcanic eruptions. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
The HAHS boys basketball team is playing playing host tonight to BHRA. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Boys Bowling in action tonight. Go Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
A reminder for HAHS Students and Parents: Starting this week, Hoopeston Area High School will begin providing in-person instruction five days a week. That means for our current in-person students, starting this Wednesday, students will be attending in-person on Wednesday’s each week as well. We will continue to dismiss at 12:20 each day as we have so far this year. For our remote learning students, this means that starting this week, Wednesday mornings will no longer be available for you to set up appointments and come in for one on one help. Remote learners still have the opportunity to utilize the afternoons throughout the week to set up appointments and times to meet with instructors and get help on their work. For our in-person students, on Wednesdays, we will continue utilizing a block schedule as we currently do throughout the rest of the week.
about 1 month ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
JV & Varsity Lady Cornjerkers taking on Cissna Park for Senior night! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Kimberly Hutzel
HAHS Ag. Classes getting the greenhouse ready for the upcoming plant sales! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Jerky
HAHS Boys Basketball playing host to Schlarman. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Jerky
Jerky
Congratulations to Ali Watson who scored her 1,000 point last week vs. Westville!! She was honored today as the WCIA Athlete of the Week. Way to go Ali!!!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Jerky
Jerky
HAHS Students and Parents: All sports and activities scheduled for today are canceled due to weather. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 month ago, Jerky
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Parents: Starting in March, Hoopeston Area High School will begin providing in-person instruction five days a week. That means for our current in-person students, starting on March 3rd, students will be attending in-person on Wednesday’s each week as well. We will continue to dismiss at 12:20 each day as we have so far this year. For our remote learning students, this means that starting in March, Wednesday mornings will no longer be available for you to set up appointments and come in for one on one help. Remote learners still have the opportunity to utilize the afternoons throughout the week to set up appointments and times to meet with instructors and get help on their work. For our in-person students, on Wednesdays, we will continue utilizing a block schedule as we currently do throughout the rest of the week.
2 months ago, John Klaber
Emily McClure
HAHS Horticulture class started seeing signs of spring today while transplanting geraniums for their spring sale. #CornjerkerPride
2 months ago, Emily McClure
Jerky
HAHS Parents, This is a reminder that the Illinois 5-Essentials Survey has opened up for this year. This survey is an opportunity for parents to provide our school very valuable feedback. This survey is a great tool to provide information to our school and district as we continually look to improve our school and our student's educational experience. Your feedback is extremely important and is very much appreciated. Please go to the link below to complete the survey: https://survey.5-essentials.or... Once there, please click "Parent Survey."
2 months ago, Jerky
Jerky
HAHS Boys Basketball playing host to the Westville Tigers in our first boys home game of the season! Let’s go Cornjerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
2 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
HAHS Sophomore and Junior Students and Parents: On this Thursday, February 11th, Hoopeston Area High School will be holding an AP/Dual Credit Night at 6:00 pm in the auditorium for students and parents. AP and Dual Credit are two excellent ways to get a jump start on college or a career during your junior and senior years. Mr. Lawson, HAHS School Counselor, will be discussing with attendees what AP and Dual Credit are and how students can benefit from these programs. We hope to see you there! #CornjerkerPride
2 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
HAHS sports are back underway!! The HA Lady Cornjerkers are playing host to Chrisman tonight for their first home game. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
2 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
​HAHS Parents, Today the Illinois 5-Essentials Survey has opened up for this year. This survey is an opportunity for parents to provide our school very valuable feedback. This survey is a great tool to provide information to our school and district as we continually look to improve our school and our student's educational experience. Your feedback is extremely important and is very much appreciated. Please go to the link below to complete the survey: https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois Once there, please click "Parent Survey."
2 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
Follow Cornjerker Athletics on the NFHS Network! https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/hoopeston-area-high-school-hoopeston-il
2 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
Scheduling for the 2021-22 school year is underway!! Our school counselor, Mr. Lawson, is beginning to meet with students in their English classes to go over the the course handbook and course options for next year. Students will be given course planning sheets to take home where they can begin to plan out what classes they are wanting to take for next year. #CornjerkerPride
3 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students are working hard in math today! #CornjerkerPride
3 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The staff at HAHS are so happy to be back in school with our students! It is so great to see them diving right back in and working hard! We are off to a great start to the 2nd semester! #CornjerkerPride
3 months ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Talking abouy sharks on our firet day back and she said she always wanted to hug a shark, and I just happened to have a shark so.... #cornjerkerpride
3 months ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Families: This is just a reminder that while other schools within the district are beginning instruction tomorrow, Hoopeston Area High School will not resume instruction for the 2nd semester until Thursday, January 7th. Students, please make sure that you before Thursday you check InfoNow to confirm your schedule for 2nd semester and also that you charge your Chromebook. Also parents please remember that if you are wanting to make a change in your student’s placement and switch them from either remote learning back to in-person or from in-person to remote learning, please contact the school office this week to make that change. The open enrollment period to make changes lasts only through this Friday, January 8th. #CornjerkerPride
3 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Hoopeston Area High School and Middle School is proud to present the virtual band and chorus Christmas concert. Please follow the link below to watch. The video will also air on New Wave Cable Channel 16 starting at 1:00 pm and play throughout the rest of the day. #CornjerkerPride https://youtu.be/sGTwT5P6Rbg
4 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
On behalf of the entire staff at HAHS, I would like to wish all of our students and families a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We are so proud of all of our students for the hard work and effort they put in during the first semester. I want to also remind everyone that the open enrollment period for next semester will run from Monday, January 4th through Friday January, 8th. If any parent is wanting to switch their student to remote learning or switch them back to in-person learning for the second semester we ask that you call the office during that week to let us know. The first day of high school student attendance is Thursday, January 7th. Thank you very much and have a very Merry Christmas! #CornjerkerPride
4 months ago, John Klaber
Madeline Stock
The high school Journalism class has been working hard all semester on personal blogs. Now they are ready to share their very first issue of The Harvester with you! https://sites.google.com/hoopeston.k12.il.us/the-harvester/home
4 months ago, Madeline Stock
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Brand name or generic. Marketing class activity
4 months ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
HAHS Announcements and Reminders: Picture Retakes: The final date for Picture retakes will be tomorrow, Tuesday, December 1st from 11- noon. Reminder if you are having your picture retaken, you need to bring in your original picture packet and turn it into the photographer. If you have not had your picture taken yet, please do so for your student id and for the yearbook. STUDENTS: December 14th thru the 18th is finals week for semester one. For First Semester Final Exams, all students are expected to take their finals. First Semester Final Exam grades can only HELP your grades, not hurt them. This policy is in effect for First Semester Only. There is still 2 more weeks before finals. Please make sure that all your grades are up and passing before the end of the semester. If you are having trouble, please make sure you are setting up appointments to meet with your teachers one on one either in-person or virtually to get your grades up if you are needing help. #CornjerkerPride
4 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
On behalf of the entire Hoopeston Area High School Staff, we would like to wish all of our students, parents, and community a very Happy Thanksgiving!!! We hope everyone has a very safe and relaxing break! #CornjerkerPride
5 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
Cornjerker Spirit Store "Holiday Flash Sale" Thanksgiving Weekend! https://cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com/
5 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
​HAHS Students and Parents: This is just a reminder for our students and parents about our HAHS scholarship webpage that is located on our high school website. This page is continually updated throughout the school year to provide information for our students and parents about scholarship opportunities both locally and nationally. These scholarships range from a couple hundred dollars all the way up to full four year college tuition waivers. While many of our scholarships aren't due till the spring, there are still several that have due dates that are right around the corner. We encourage our our students to apply for as many scholarships as they can and also for students and parents to check the site often for the latest updates. To access the site, please go to our high school webpage and click on menu at the top of the screen. Our Scholarships page link is under the Academics tab. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JyLCH_-DWJftxyki7eNPGiJ-JU63kxsbam1u_xbGUro/edit?usp=sharing
5 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
5 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS ​Students and Parents - News and Information As a reminder, this Thursday, November 12th we are looking forward to the return to in-person learning for all of our in-person learners. Students who chose remote learning will continue working remotely as normal for the remainder of the semester. Due to COVID-19, we will unfortunately not be able to hold our normal community Veteran's Day assembly as we have done in the past. However, on this special day tomorrow, we still want to be able to honor all of the outstanding men and women who have served our great country. Our fine arts department and our media department have been working over the last few months to get everything recorded to be able to provide a Veteran's Day program virtually for our community. It will be aired tomorrow on Veteran's Day at 9:00 am. It will be shown on New Wave Cable Channel 16. The video will also be linked to our school district webpage and left up for the entire day for people to view. It will be able to be accessed by going to our district webpage at www.hooopeston.k12.il.us Finally, picture retake day is Tuesday, December 1st from 11:00-12:00 for both in-person and remote learners, please mark your calendars!
5 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students: While we are remote learning, we will be taking attendance through our first hour classes. All students who were normally in-person will need to access your first-hour google classroom and answer the attendance question for this week. This will count for your attendance for the whole week. You will do this again at the beginning of next week to count for our days of remote learning next week. Students who were fully remote learners prior to this week will continue to use their normal remote learning google classroom as they have done in the past for attendance. Again, it is very important that students answer this question each week that we are remote learning as it will count as your attendance for each week until we return to in-person learning. As a reminder to all our students, while we are on remote learning, the work that is assigned does count and will affect your grades. So please make sure that you are checking your Google Classrooms and your school email daily for work and information. It is also important to know that even though we are remote learning, students still have the opportunity to make appointments with their teachers for help. Students can still set up appointments with their teachers to come into school and work one on one with them. We will be open from 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:30 each day for students to make appointments. Students can also set up virtual meetings with their teachers at any time with Google Meets or they can set up phone conferences as well. #CornjerkerPride
5 months ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
HAHS students this is just a reminder that PICTURE RETAKES will be on Monday, November 2nd. This will be for anyone who hasn’t had their picture taken yet or for anyone who wants their picture retaken. In order to have your picture retaken, you will need to bring in the uncut picture packet on the day of retakes and hand it to the photographer. If you would like an order form, please stop in the office to pick one up. The time slot to come in to have your picture taken is 8:45 to 9:15. Temp checks, screening questions, and social distancing will be enforced at the main entrance.
6 months ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
Ag students outside learning from AgVenture as the FFA plot by the school is harvested. #CornjerkerPride
6 months ago, John Klaber
Emily McClure
Biological Science Applications in Ag class is working on plant population estimates before harvest begins in a few minutes. #CornjerkerPride #FFA
6 months ago, Emily McClure
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Families: Tonight at 6, as part of College Week, senior students and parents are welcome to attend a presentation on the financial aid process immediately followed by a FAFSA completion workshop.  This event will take place in the HS library.  We ask that those who choose to attend, please park in the back of the school at the library entrance.  Masks and temperature check/COVID screening are required before entering.  Remember, completing the FAFSA is a graduation requirement for the class of 2021.    Also please remember,  we always encourage students (whether in-person students or remote learning students) who are struggling or in need of additional help to please be in continual contact with your teachers. Teachers are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during remote learning time from 1:00-3:30 pm and they are available on Wednesday from 8:00-3:30. Both in-person and remote learning students have the ability to set up appointments with teachers during these times to come in for one on one instruction, set up a phone call, or to set up a virtual meeting through Google Meets. The high school staff is here for you to help you in any way they can to help all of our students to be successful.  Finally, please remember that for our students who have switched to fully remote learners in order to sign up for meal distribution you need to email remotemeals@hoopeston.k12.il.us with the child's name and the pickup location you will utilize.#CornjerkerPride 
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Families: The district Remote Learning Committee is asking that families across the district please complete the following survey: https://forms.gle/zDnnXWhRi2yJ8zTn9
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students: Students please remember that tomorrow is the last day to complete your attendance question for the week. Please make sure that is done by 11:59 pm on Friday evening. Also please remember that we will be back in-person starting Monday (Oct 26th) for our in-person learners. #CornjerkerPride
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Fruit sales season has ARRIVED! This year, the Class of 2021 will be selling fruit online, with all product shipping directly to the door of customers and all proceeds benefiting the Class of 2021 -- no order forms, no hassle. You can select your product online and pay via credit card, with your order shipped directly to your doorstep. To support the Class of 2021 and purchase delicious fresh fruit just in time for the holiday season, click the following link: http://freshfruitorder.org/hoopeston
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Hoopeston Area High School Parents, With the end of the 1st quarter, the staff at HAHS wanted to take the time to check in with our parents to see how they felt the first semester has gone so far for their student(s). We have created two short surveys. One is for parents of our in-person students and the other is for parents of our fully remote students. Your opinion matters and we would be very appreciative of any feedback you could provide as we continually work to improve student learning and academic performance during these difficult times. Direct links to each survey can be found in our high school homepage news feed. #CornjerkerPride
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
High School Reminders: Students today is the last day to answer your attendance question for the week. If you haven’t done so yet, please make sure that is done by tonight. Please remember that this must be completed for attendance credit for this week. On Monday we start 2nd Qrt. Next week Progress Reports will be mailed out on Tuesday to all families with students 1st Qrt grades. However, please remember, student grades don’t reset at the end of the quarter. High school grades are calculated for the whole semester and not by quarter. So that means students who currently have low or failing grades still have time to bring them up before the end of the 1st semester. Parent-Teacher Conferences are next week on Wednesday, October 21st and Thursday, October 22nd from 3:00-6:30 each evening. Due to the COVID pandemic, we will be holding virtual conferences this semester and we encourage students and parents to set up virtual meetings or phone conferences with your teachers. This can be done by students or parents emailing the teacher directly to set up a time. While we encourage students and parents to set up virtual conferences, in-person conferences are also available by appointment.
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Students: For the next two weeks we will be taking attendance weekly while we are on this period of district-wide remote learning. All students who were normally in-person will need to access your first-hour google classroom at the start of the week and answer the attendance question. This will count for your attendance for the whole week. Students who were remote learners prior to this week will continue to use their normal remote learning google classroom as they have done in the past for attendance. Again, it is very important that students answer this question each week that we are remote learning as it will count as your attendance for the whole week. As a reminder to all our students, the work over the next two weeks does count and will affect your grades. So please make sure that you are checking your Google Classrooms and your school email daily for work and information. It is also important to know that even though we are remote learning through next week, students still have the opportunity to make appointments with their teachers for help. Students can still set up appointments with their teachers to come into school and work one on one with them. We will be open from 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:30 each day for students to make appointments. Students can also set up virtual meetings with their teachers at any time with Google Meets or they can set up phone conferences as well.
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
As Mr. Richardson shared this morning the district will be going fully remote starting Tuesday, October 13th. We will be returning to in-person instruction starting Monday, October 26th. As a reminder, second quarter officially begins Monday, October 19th. During our fully remote learning time, students will still be held accountable for all their work and assignments and their grades will count. Please note that students still have the ability to set up appointments with their teachers to set up times to come in for one on one help or to set up virtual meetings or phone calls with teachers. Also please note that during our remote learning time all College Express and Dual Credit students will be remote as well during this time. It is very important that during remote learning that all our students stay in contact with their teachers and are logging in daily to check their school emails and also checking each of their classes Google Classrooms for work and information. Finally, I wanted to let our students and our parents know that our Parent Teacher Conferences will be remote. For any family wishing to set up a remote conference with their students teacher(s) please have your students email those teachers directly to set up a time that works best for you. #CornjerkerPride
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Senior Reminder - Just a reminder that all 12th grade students are required by Illinois State Law to have a 2nd dose of the Meningitis shot. The High School office will need proof from a doctor that the shot has been given or proof that an appointment has been scheduled with a doctor's office to receive the shot no later than Wednesday, October 14th. Beginning on Thursday, October 15th your student will not be allowed to attend school until your student has received the meningitis shot and has turned in proof to the High school office. If you have any questions, please give the High School office a call.
6 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Freshmen Reminder - Just a reminder that all Freshmen students are required by Illinois State Law to have a completed IL physical along with the updated shot portion filled out or attached to the physical form. The deadline to have the IL State physical form or proof from your doctor that an appointment has been scheduled turned in to the High School office is Wednesday, October 14th. If we do not have either on file by that date the student will not be able to attend school beginning Thursday, October 15th until the physical is completed or we have proof of an appointment . If you have any questions, please give the High School office a call.
6 months ago, John Klaber
Destiny Kistler
Biology I students showing off their Mitosis projects. #CornjerkerPride
6 months ago, Destiny Kistler
Dylan Swank
Congratulations to Payton Armstrong on placing first place in the VVC Conference Tournament! Kylie Brown placed third.
6 months ago, Dylan Swank
John Klaber
The HAHS band and chorus recording their performances to be added to the Veteran’s Day program that will be aired on Veteran’s Day Nov 11th. #CornjerkerPride
6 months ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Students in 8th hour Bio 2 getting in the lab and working to stain their bacteria they cultured! #cornjerkerpride
7 months ago, Adam Elliott
Ashley Gondzur
Mrs. Gondzur’s students are enjoying some reading time with their choice books this morning #cornjerkerpride
7 months ago, Ashley Gondzur
Emily McClure
Yesterday and today, Ag students went out of the field plot to learn about different aspects of raising a corn crop with AgVenture representatives. #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, Emily McClure
Nic Dziadosz
Game Club is returning! To accommodate all learners, we are going fully remote this year. If you are interested in learning and playing Dungeons & Dragons with your peers, contact Mr. Dziadosz for details and to sign up today! #cornjerkerpride
7 months ago, Nic Dziadosz
Adam Elliott
Bio 2 students in 1st hour learning to make bacteria cultures and then dye them! #cornjerkerpride
7 months ago, Adam Elliott
Emily McClure
This morning, the Ag Mechanics students are practicing setting up land surveying equipment. They are learning how to check the slope and elevation of a parcel of land. #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, Emily McClure
Jerky
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7 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
HAHS Cross County Senior Night tonight honoring our senior Michael Helmuth. Let’s go Michael! Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Golf team hosting Senior Night against Cissna Park and Schlarman. Let’s Go Jerkers!! Let’s Go Seniors!! #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Golf team celebrating their two seniors Macy Hayes and Chris Catron. Thanks for all your hard work this year! #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area FFA newly elected Leadership Committee (Trevor Swartz, Jasmin Hajjar, Kennedie Olson, Macy Hayes, Allee Lewis, and Karlee Bruens). We are looking forward to a great year this year! #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Last week I sent out an all-call discussing our concern for the number of students who are failing classes because of missing assignments or not completing their work. First of all, I want to thank all of the students who have worked so hard this week to either maintain the great grades they already have or worked hard by turning in their work or by getting help this week to bring their grades back up. We are still very early in the semester and it is never too late to improve your grades! I wanted to remind both our students and our parents that this week Progress Reports will be going out to any student who has a D or an F. We encourage students and families to be checking their grades regularly through InfoNow which can be accessed at the bottom of the district website. In addition to this week’s Progress Reports and student and parental access to InfoNow, starting next week, HAHS will also be mailing home comprehensive progress reports at the end of every week to the parents of students who have an F in any of their classes. The comprehensive report will show the grades for each of the student’s classes as well as all of their points for assignments and any missing assignments or work up until that point. We hope that this will add an additional layer of support and communication for our students and parents as we work together to make sure all of our students are passing and graduate on time. Again, we always encourage students (whether in-person students or remote learning students) who are struggling or in need of additional help to please be in continual contact with your teachers. Teachers are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during remote learning time from 1:00-3:50 pm and they are available on Wednesday from 8:00-3:50. Both in-person and remote learning students have the ability to set up appointments with teachers during these times to come in for one on one instruction, set up a phone call, or to set up a virtual meeting through Google Meets. The high school staff is here for you to help you in any way they can to help all of our students to be successful. #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students working hard in Mrs. Ankenbrand’s Computer Science class. #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Students take time for a mask break outside while they read under the tent in Mrs. Brazel’s class. #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Science students working hard on an assignment in Ms. Kistler’s class! #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This is just a reminder that next Friday, September 18th progress reports will be mailed home to any student who has a D or F in any of their classes.  As we have progressed through the first weeks of school, staff have noticed that many students have missing assignments or are not completing their work.  Please remember students are accountable for the work they turn in and all of their grades in class.  Students who fail classes will not be gaining the credits they need and could risk no longer being on track to graduate with the rest of their class. We encourage students and families to be checking their grades regularly through InfoNow which can be accessed at the bottom of the district website.  We also encourage students (whether in-person students or remote learning students) who are struggling or in need of additional help to please be in continual contact with your teachers.  Teachers are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during remote learning time from 1:00-3:50 pm and they are available on Wednesday from 8:00-3:50. Both in-person and remote learning students have the ability to set up appointments with teachers during these times to come in for one on one instruction, set up a phone call, or to set up a virtual meeting through Google Meets.  The high school staff is here for you to help you in any way they can to help all of our students to be successful. #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, John Klaber
Randall Sperry
When you get a cool breeze, you can’t help but let your silks fly! Way to go FLAGS! #CornjerkerPride
7 months ago, Randall Sperry
John Klaber
Seniors of 2020 the Yearbooks are here! Please come to pick yours up under the awning from 10AM to 12PM and 1PM to 3:30PM on Wednesday, September 2, 2020. If you wish to purchase one, it is $50. Otherwise you may get yours on Wednesdays thereafter. #CornjerkerPride
8 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
Seniors: Now is the time to get your Senior Portrait taken! As soon as you have one please email a Vertical pose to Mrs. Kachmar at kachmama@hoopeston.il.us and or bring Mrs. Kachmar a copy. No cell phone selfies please! Also start picking out your baby/younger photos for your Senior Video and get it to me as well. I will need those by April 9, 2021. Students: The Yearbooks are here! If you didn't pre purchase one you may buy one for $50 anytime after school or on Wednesdays from Mrs. Kachmar in room 23.
8 months ago, Jerky
Jerky
Seniors of 2020 the Yearbooks are here! Please come to pick yours up under the awning from 10AM to 12PM and 1PM to 3:30PM on Wednesday, September 1, 2020. If you wish to purchase one, it is $50. Otherwise you may get yours on Wednesdays thereafter.
8 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
HAHS Picture Day Students this is just a reminder that Picture Day is tomorrow. In an effort to be as paperless as possible, students and parents are encouraged to register online. Papers were sent home with students and there is also a link available on the school website. As a reminder, Remote Learning students are allowed to come to school between 12:30-3:00 after the in-person learners have left for the day to be able to come and get their pictures. Remote Learning students will still be screened before being able to enter to get their picture and will be required to wear a mask to enter the school. #CornjerkerPride
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The staff at HAHS want to thank all of our students for an incredible first few days and such a great start to the new school year! #CornjerkerPride
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This is a reminder that tomorrow is the first day of school for both our in-person and our remote learners. For our in-person learners, the doors open at 7:50 am and classes begin at 8:20 am. When students arrive at school they will be screened and then will be given the opportunity to get breakfast. From there, they will be directed to their Homeroom 1st Hour Class. Students will be in school till 12:20 pm. Once dismissed, students will grab their sack lunch and leave school. Students needing to ride the bus will report to the library where they will eat and wait for the buses which will leave at 12:40 pm. For our remote learning students, students need to report to school at some point between 1:00-4:00 pm. Once here, students will be screened and then directed to the office where they will get their chromebook and sign any needed paperwork. They will then go to meet their teachers and to get signed up for their Google classrooms and ask them any questions they have. For all students, please remember that in order to receive your chromebook and charger, you must not have any outstanding charges or fees from previous years. If you do, those will have to be paid at the HS office before you receive your chromebook and charger for this year. #CornjerkerPride
8 months ago, John Klaber
Stephanie Pratt
Hoopeston Middle School softball girls won tonight 5 to 2 against Saltfork!
8 months ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
Attention Remote Learners: If you plan to utilize the district's weekly lunch/breakfast pickup please email samettm@hoopeston.k12.il.us the following information. Names of children receiving meals and which pickup location you will use. Hoopeston High School, East Lynn Fire Station, Wellington Post office or Rankin Lion's Club. Pick up time will be Wednesday evenings 5-6 pm.
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
As a reminder, the HAHS Link Crew has set up times for students to be able to come and tour our building to find their locker and see where all their classes are. Please use the first letter of your student’s last name in order to find out which time slot you are allowed to come. Masks will be required and social distancing guidelines will be followed to the greatest extent possible. For the tours, the student may only bring one parent/guardian with them. Monday, August 18th A-B 4:00-4:25 C-D 4:30-4:55 E-H 5:00-5:25 I-L 5:30-5:55 Tuesday, August 19th M-R 4:00-4:25 S-T 4:30-4:55 U-Z 5:00-5:25 Any Freshman that could not make their scheduled time: 5:30-6:00
8 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
Picture Day is 08/25/2020, mark your calendar! Ordering online is easy, visit inter-state.com/FlyerEntry/51353SF
8 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
HAHS families: The district will be providing lunches for remote learners once school begins. The Hoopeston pick up location will be located behind the MS/HS complex this year. All other pick up locations will remain the same. Lunch pick up will occur on Wednesday evenings. You will pick up once for the entire week. The first pick up will occur on Wednesday, August 19th. (Times will be shared later.) If you plan to utilize this service, please email Tina at samettm@hoopeston.k12.il.us. Thank you! #CornjerkerPride
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
An Important Message For HAHS Remote Learners: Students choosing to remote learn for the first semester at HAHS, please plan on coming to HAHS on Thursday, August 20th at some point between 1:00-4:00 pm.  During this time, students will pick up their Chromebooks, charger, and sign the necessary paperwork.  Students will be able to get help logging in to the school apps and their Google Classrooms.  Also, students can ask questions about remote learning and meet their teachers to get individual class information and get their Google Classroom codes. Students are free to leave whenever they are done with getting their materials and login info. Please note that masks with be required and social distancing procedures will be followed to the greatest extent possible.  Please note that in order to limit the number of people in the buildings, we are only allowing students who are remote learning to enter the building during that time.
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
REMINDER: Today is the last day for online registration for the fall. If you have not yet registered your High School student please make sure you do so today. For people who don't have internet access, the school is open till 3:00 pm today. #CornjerkerPride
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This message is for all of our incoming freshmen and their families. Unfortunately due to COVID-19 and IDPH Phase 4 guidelines, we will not be able to have our normal freshmen orientation this year. Instead, we have created a freshmen orientation presentation for students and their families which is accessible on our high school website in the NEWS section. Also, our Link Crew has set up times for students to be able to come and tour our building to find their locker and see where all their classes are. Please use the first letter of your student’s last name in order to find out which time slot you are allowed to come. Masks will be required and social distancing guidelines will be followed to the greatest extent possible. For the tours, the student may only bring one parent/guardian with them. Monday, August 17th A-B 4:00-4:25 C-D 4:30-4:55 E-H 5:00-5:25 I-L 5:30-5:55 Tuesday, August 18th M-R 4:00-4:25 S-T 4:30-4:55 U-Z 5:00-5:25 Any Freshman that could not make their scheduled time: 5:30-6:00 Freshmen Orientation Video Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16hhfQSS0e4NJ-ODv4BY_DU5AloJInbvb/view?usp=sharing
8 months ago, John Klaber
Stephanie Pratt
More pics from the awesome middle school softball practice tonight!
8 months ago, Stephanie Pratt
Stephanie Pratt
Very proud of the middle school softball girls tonight. It was our first indoor practice and they did fantastic wearing their masks the whole time. They put in full effort and worked hard. Little wonder women!!!
8 months ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
8 months ago, John Klaber
Nathan Burkowski
Reminder: Sports physicals at Charlotte Ann tomorrow from 1-4pm. Please call to set up time at 217-283-5644.
8 months ago, Nathan Burkowski
John Klaber
2020 Graduates: For those of you who haven't already done so, you a free to pick up your graduation cap, tassel, and cords at the high school office during normal school office hours.
8 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
From HAHS Volleyball Coach Brad Jones: There will be an informational meeting concerning high school volleyball this Sunday July 19 at 112 Coffee and Wine in Hoopeston. There will be two meetings: a players meeting at 4pm, followed by a parents meeting at 5. We will discuss contact days, practices and the upcoming season. Coach Jones and Coach Boyer will be there to answer your questions. We welcome anyone that is contemplating playing high school volleyball to attend. #CornjerkerPride
9 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Graduation Update Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, in-person graduation for the class of 2020 was postponed to August 2nd. While a parade and virtual graduation were held in May, it was the hope that improved conditions would allow for in-person graduation to take place to honor our graduating seniors in the Class of 2020 with a traditional commencement ceremony. Unfortunately, due to the continuing concerns around COVID-19 and following Phase 4 guidance which prohibits the gathering of more than 50 people at a time, Hoopeston Area High School must cancel the planned makeup ceremony on August 2nd and no additional makeup date will be set. We can’t thank the Class of 2020 enough for all that they have done for our school and community and we wish them nothing but the best in the future!
9 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
I hope everyone is having a safe and enjoyable summer! This is just a quick note to let our students and staff know that the Illinois State Board of Education along with the Illinois Health Department have now released their joint transition guidance for starting the 2020-21 school year ​under Phase 4 of the Governor's Restore Illinois plan. While the high school office is officially closed during the month of July, district and building staff will be working throughout the remainder of the summer to get things lined up for the start of next school year. As more information becomes available and as plans are finalized we will be sure to get that information out to our students, family, and community as quickly as possible. As always, student safety is our number one priority! Have a great rest of your summer and we can't wait to see everyone in the fall! #CornjerkerPride
10 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
All fall sport athletes that are interested in playing a sport please reach out to coaches. Their information can be found on the school website. If you have any questions please reach out to our district Athletic Director Nathan Burkowski. His email is burkowna@hoopeston.k12.il.us.
10 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
IBCA All State Academic 2019-20 Results. Congratulations Varsity Boys Basketball team. https://app.box.com/s/c2lav1lwtqvat88qkq7bniq5gv6irr47
10 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
Ag teacher Emily McClure meeting with members of AgVenture as they work on planting the Hoopeston Area Learning Plot for the FFA next to the high school. We are very excited for the learning opportunities this plot will offer of our students this coming school year!! #CornjerkerPride
10 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Due to Illinois still being in Phase 3 and gatherings to be limited to no more than 10, unfortunately we will have to cancel the rescheduled date we had for prom. Due to continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 we will not again be rescheduling prom. Instead, we will be allowing this year’s seniors to return to join us at our prom next year. Thank you for your understanding and have a great day.
11 months ago, John Klaber
Dylan Swank
Class of 2020 Senior Alyssa Yaden signed her letter of intent to play golf at Danville Area Community College today. Congratulations Alyssa!
11 months ago, Dylan Swank
John Klaber
If you have not had a chance to turn in your chromebook yet, we will be open again on Monday June 1st from 9-12 and 1-3 for students to turn in their chromebooks and materials and pick up their report cards. If chromebooks and materials have not been turned in by the end of open hours on Monday, we will be sending out bills to those students who have yet to turn in their chromebooks. As a reminder, the cost of a new chromebook is $425 so please make sure you are getting them turned in if you haven’t already.
11 months ago, John Klaber
Jerky
2020 HAHS Prom Court
11 months ago, Jerky
John Klaber
As a reminder to students we will have Chromebook, materials turn in, and report card hand out on Tuesday from 8-12 and 1-3 and Wednesday from 8-12 and 1-6. Please make sure to return Chromebooks fully charged with their charger and case, bring any books you still have out including our students with College Express books. Report cards will be handed out at this time and information about summer school will be attached to those students report cards who are behind on credits and would benefit from taking summer school. Summer school will be different this year due to Covid-19 and will be done remotely through Edginuity. #CornjerkerPride
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Seniors - Your access to Hoopeston Area School District related Google accounts will be suspended by the end of May 2020. You will need to transfer any documents and files you would like to save from your student Google Drive to a personal drive before May 27,2020. You will also need to request copies of your final transcript for colleges, employment and future use through Parchment. You will need to access your Parchment account and update your email address to a personal email account before May 27, 2020.
11 months ago, John Klaber
Kevin Root
​Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation will start at 3:00pm. Click link to watch ceremony: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/hoopeston-area-high-school-hoopeston-il/evt0a09a382ec You may have to click "play" on the bottom left when it becomes available.
11 months ago, Kevin Root
John Klaber
Seniors: Here is a link to all of the audio messages that were left by district staff for our seniors as they graduate. A special thanks to Mrs. Ankenbrand for helping to put all this together! #CornjerkerPride https://soundcloud.com/kelly-ankenbrand/hahs-graduation-2020
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
A special thank you to everyone that helped make today’s senior parade so amazing. Thank you to Mayor Cruisenberry, Brad Hardcastle, the Hoopeston Police and Fire Departments, and the Hoopeston Auxiliary for making this event possible. Finally, a special thank you to our seniors! You guys are awesome and I can’t wait to see all the amazing things you do in the future. As a reminder tomorrow our virtual graduation is set for 3:00 pm and will be broadcast on New Wave Channel 16 and posted on our school website. #CornjerkerPride
11 months ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
Shout out to the essential workers and our graduates! We appreciate you all and miss you so much! #LightsForTheFight #CornJerkerPride #StrongerUnited
11 months ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
Freshmen/Sophomores/Juniors:  All classwork must be completed and turned in no later than Wednesday, May 20th.  As a reminder to students, we are giving grades for the semester.  While a student's grades can not be harmed or lowered from the point of when we began the mandated closure if a student had an F in a class and did no work to increase their grades during remote learning that grade will stand.  So any student who has yet to do so, please make sure you are getting in the work needed to make sure you are passing all of your classes and thus be on track to graduate.
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
First, as a reminder, the FFA greenhouse still has a lot of beautiful plants for sale. They are open on Monday and Wednesday from 4-6 and Saturday 9-Noon. Seniors, as a reminder the senior parade is scheduled for this Saturday at 10:00 am. Please be at the school no later than 9:30. The Hoopeston Jaycees have been kind enough to donate signs for every senior and those will be handed out at that time before leaving to start the parade from the Lorraine Theater. We ask that students all remain in their cars during this time to stay in compliance with social distancing guidelines. Also, our virtual graduation is set for this Sunday at 3:00 pm. It will be broadcast on New Wave Cable Channel 16 as well as a link will be posted on the district website for graduates and families to view. It will remain available on the site after it airs for anyone who couldn’t view it at that time. On Monday, May 18th seniors will be able to turn in any remaining books and college express textbooks they have as well as their Chromebooks from 8:00-12:00. Also, All Cap and Gowns must be turned back in at this time with no exceptions. We ask that cap and gowns are returned ironed and on a hanger to be ready for the Aug 2nd graduation ceremony. Once this is all completed, they will be able to pick up their diplomas as well as information on any scholarships or awards they may have received. Freshmen-Juniors: Chromebook return, locker cleanout, and report card hand out will be Tue May 26th from 8-Noon and 1-3 and then on Wed 8-Noon and 1-6. We ask that students make sure to return all materials and books including those students who have college express textbooks, and have their Chromebooks fully charged when they come.
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Seniors: As a reminder, Graduation Caps can not be decorated. They must be returned Monday May 18th along with your graduation gown to be used for the Aug 2nd graduation and then we will be returning them to the rental company.
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
As a reminder: Senior Locker Clean Out and Cap and Gown pick up is Wednesday from 8:00-Noon. Seniors need to have all financial obligations paid for when picking up their caps and gowns. We will also be distributing senior yard signs during that time as well. #CornjerkerPride
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Senior yard signs are done and ready for pick up and can be picked up on Wednesday from 8:00-12:00 at the HS office. #CornjerkerPride
11 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Teacher Appreciation Week On behalf of the admin team, we wanted to take a second and say thank you to all of the teachers and staff at HAHS.  This has been a very difficult and trying year to say the very least.  However, each and everyone one of you has handled it so amazingly well.  You continue every day to be there for our students and help them to grow and succeed during this most difficult of times.  We simply can not thank you all enough for your tireless work, caring, and support for our students.  We are truly blessed to work with such an outstanding group of individuals!! #CornjerkerPride
11 months ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
One Team! One Heart! One Goal! #LightsForTheFight #CornJerkerPride #StrongerUnited
12 months ago, Glenn Brewer
Paulina Dabrowska
Join the fun with Coenjerker bingo! Send all submissions to dabrowp@hoopeston.k12.il.us
12 months ago, Paulina Dabrowska
John Klaber
Graduation Information IMPORTANT: All seniors have been emailed individually to their school email address detailing any outstanding fees they have. Seniors must have all cap and gown fees paid and all outstanding financial obligations met in order to get their cap and gowns. Seniors can pay their fees at pick up or any time prior to that during school open hours each week. Wednesday, May 6th - Locker Clean Out and Cap and Gown pick up from 8:00-12:00. (Any seniors with College Express Books will turn them in as well at this time) Once seniors have cleaned their lockers they will receive their cap and gowns and they will get their picture taken in front of the Cornjerker Banner to be used for the virtual graduation. Any senior who doesn’t come and get their cap and gown will have their senior picture used during the virtual graduation ceremony. Seniors will have their caps and gowns for pictures with their families up until May 18th. The school banner will also be made available during school open hours for seniors and parents to come in and get pictures if they choose to. Saturday, May 16th - Senior Parade at 10:00 am (Using Sweetcorn Festival parade route) Seniors will meet at the High School in the front parking lot at 9:30 am. Seniors are to be in their cars wearing their Caps and Gowns. Students will get instructions and then HAHS Teachers will be on hand to send off the seniors as they leave via police escort for the start of the parade at the Lorraine Theater. Seniors will have the chance to be honored by the community as they travel in their cars using the Sweetcorn Festival parade route starting at the Lorraine Theater and ending at McFerran Park. Sunday, May 17th - Virtual Graduation at 3:00 pm. HAHS will be broadcasting our virtual graduation ceremony at 3:00 pm to honor the planned graduation time of our seniors. The virtual graduation will be played on New Wave Cable Channel 16 and will be posted on the district webpage for people to view. The virtual graduation will include many of the traditional graduation ceremony components such as speeches, the senior class video, acknowledgment of each graduate, and presentation of the Class of 2020. The video will be left on the district website for people to view and DVD copies of the virtual graduation will be made available to seniors in the weeks that follow. Monday, May 18th - Cap/Gown/Chromebook Turn In and Diplomas Handed Out The school will be open on Monday, May 18th from 8:00-12:00 for seniors to come and turn in their Caps/Gowns/Tassels and their Chromebooks/Chargers. When a graduate has everything turned in, they will be issued their high school diploma. HAHS staff will be putting away the Chromebooks for next year. Seniors, when you return your gown please have it ironed and on a hanger so it is ready to go for August 2nd. Gowns will be hung up on racks and individually labeled for each student to have ready for them when we convene again for our traditional graduation ceremony. Friday, July 31st - Graduation Practice at 9:00 am in the MS Gym Any senior wanting to walk in graduation will be required to attend graduation practice at 9:00 am in the MS gym to prepare for the graduation ceremony. Sunday, August 2nd - Traditional Graduation at 3:00 pm in the MS Gym On Sunday, August 2nd we will be holding our traditional graduation ceremony. More specific details will be given closer to time. Note: Seniors will not have to rent their cap and gowns a second time as we will still have them on hand.
12 months ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
#LightsForTheFight #StrongerUnited #CornJerkerPride
12 months ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
#LightsForTheFight #StrongerUnited #CornJerkerPride
12 months ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
I wanted to give everyone a few updates regarding some events and happenings. First of all, I wanted to take a second and thank all of our students who are working so very hard to stay engaged and active during our remote learning instruction. Your hard work and dedication is truly inspiring. In terms of updates, to begin with, I wanted to give everyone an update on prom. A makeup date for prom has been set for Saturday, June 13th and we were able to reserve the civic center for the event. However as we have been working to get things finalized, Governor Pritzker has extended the stay at home order through May. We will be keeping the makeup date for prom set for June 13th as we had planned. If however future orders or directives would prohibit us from having prom on that date, we will, unfortunately, have to cancel prom for this year. If this were the case, we would be extending an offer to all current seniors to join us for prom next year. The next few messages I have are for our seniors. In today’s announcements, we have shared a Senior Shout out form for every senior to fill out. This form can be found in the HS office google classroom. We are needing these forms to be filled out by this coming Friday, May 1st. Starting May 1st, we will be running a senior spotlight where we feature a handful of seniors every day that will be posted on our district website and our school social media accounts. We will be focusing on new seniors every day from May 1st through May 17th. The next thing I wanted to let our seniors know is that currently, our Cornjerker Spirit store is selling Senior yard signs. I am pleased to announce that the school district will be purchasing an individual sign for every HAHS senior. Once these signs are ready, I will send out an alert for all seniors and they can be picked up at our normal school open hours on Mon and Fri from 10:00-12:00 and Wed from 4:00-6:00. If seniors would like to purchase additional signs they can be purchased for $15. In addition to the senior signs, we will be using the money that the senior class has raised to purchase gift cards from local area businesses. These gift cards will then be distributed out to our senior class to use later in May. In terms of senior awards and scholarships, we will begin mailing those home directly to the students who are receiving them in the coming weeks. Finally, and I am sure most importantly on our seniors’ minds, is what is going to happen with graduation. I want to let everyone know that we are in the process of finalizing details now for a parade for our seniors, a virtual graduation to be held on May 17th when our graduation was originally supposed to occur, and finally, we will be announcing a rescheduled date for us to hold a traditional graduation ceremony. All of the specifics and details will be formally announced early next week.
12 months ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
SENIORS: Hoopeston Area will be purchasing one yard sign per senior. Additional signs will be $15. Please contact customdesigns@hoopeston.k12.il for additional signs. #cornjerkerpride
12 months ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Senior yard signs $15. Email Customdesigns@hoopeston.k12.il.us
12 months ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Glenn Brewer
Thank you essential workers for putting your lives at risk each and every day! Also, thank you to all the seniors that have touched my life and now are left hanging in the balance for your final prom, field trip, and graduation we miss you all! #CornJerkerPride #StrongerUnited
12 months ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
Thank you essential workers for putting your lives at risk each and every day! Also, thank you to all the seniors that have touched my life and now are left hanging in the balance for your final prom, field trip, and graduation we miss you all! #CornJerkerPride #StrongerUnited
12 months ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
As I am sure many of you have already heard, today Gov. Pritzker announced that schools will not be resuming normal in person learning and instruction for the remainder of the school year. As such, schools and districts across the state will continue to utilize remote learning for the rest of this school year. Let me take a second to just acknowledge and say thank you to all of the many students who have continually worked so hard to complete work and stay academically engaged. It is our goal for all our students (Freshmen through Senior) to be fully engaged and working to make sure they are passing their classes so at the end of the semester they will have earned their credits to be on track for when they are to graduate. To all of our seniors, let me say just how sorry I am that so much of what you have been looking forward to has been taken from you. Please know how much our teachers, staff, and community love each and every one of you. Also know that we are working to maintain some of the senior memories and events that everyone looks so forward to. Currently we are working to try and reschedule prom for later this summer. We are also working on graduation plans as well. As these things become finalized, we will let everyone know. As a reminder, all students should be checking their school emails and google classrooms daily for work and materials. If internet accessibility is not available, the school is not is open Mondays and Fridays from 10-12 and Wed from 4-6pm every week to pick up packets, materials, and drop off work. Also Wi-Fi access is available to be accessed every day from our school parking lot and school parking lots throughout the district. If anyone has questions or is unable to access needed materials please contact administration or teachers for help. Thank you all for your time and stay safe!
12 months ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Beginning tonight and running through the remainder of the quarantine and mandated school closure, HAHS will be joining schools around the nation in #LightsForTheFight. Schools around the nation are turning on their athletic field lights from 8:00 PM to 8:20 PM each Friday night throughout the quarantine as a sign of support for our students, as well as for all the healthcare workers, first responders, and all other essential workers on the frontlines of the pandemic. A reminder that due to the statewide quarantine measures, no one should gather at the school or fields while the lights are illuminated, the gesture is simply a sign of support. #CornjerkerPride
12 months ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
If you missed out on our first order of face masks, we have more coming. Order yours today at https://cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com/ Second batch will be ready after the 23rd.
12 months ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Cornjerker face masks will be available next week. You can order at cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com If you choose to pick up we will put them in a bag with your name on it and they will be available during the homework pick up times on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
12 months ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
The Ag Greenhouse is in full bloom and is looking great! We will be looking to set up an online sale later in the month. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Students: We want to know what you have been up to. Upload your pictures here or email them to Mrs. Kachmar or Mrs. Ankenbrand of what you have been doing during the Stay at Home Order. We will be using these for the yearbook as well. #cornjerkerpride #allinthistogether
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
Seniors: Graduation announcements and accessories will begin to be shipped to your homes later this week and next week from Josten's for everyone who has paid for them. Any student who has yet to pay, they will be delivered to the HS. We are asking that students/families hold off on sending out graduation announcements to family and friends at this time in mandated school closures were to get extended past April 30th. If that were to be the case, Josten's would provide an insert with an updated date/time information to put in the announcements.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Beginning tomorrow April 1st, Hoopeston lunch distribution from 11:00-Noon will be located at John Greer bus lane and no longer at 112 Coffee Shop. Please help spread the word. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This is just a friendly reminder to staff, families, and community to please respond to the 2020 Census. The information gained from the Census has a direct impact on your school district. Responses to the Census can be submitted at 2020Census.gov or by calling 844-330-2020.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
After discussion with the ROE, due to the current shelter in place requirement and for the safety of our students, the auditorium will no longer be accessible to students to download or submit materials via the school Wi-Fi during school open hours on Mon, Wed, and Fri during food pantry access and /materials homework pickup. The district is working on a plan to expand Wi-Fi abilities for students. Once finalized we will be sure to share that information ASAP. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Starting this week students will begin Remote Learning during our mandated school closure time. (A copy of the HAHS Remote Learning Plan can be found on our HS website) Every Monday teachers will be posting instructional materials, assignments, and information to students to be completed by Friday. It is very important that students are checking their school emails, and Google Classroom daily as these will be the primary methods of communication between students and teachers. As assignments are graded, information will be sent back directly to the students. DACC College Express students need to be continually checking Blackboard and their school emails for information and assignments from their college instructors. Students completing credit recovery through Edgenuity, it is extremely important that you are getting these classes completed. Also starting Monday, the school will have open hours on Mondays and Fridays from 10:00-12:00 and Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00pm. Students will be able to get needed worksheets and materials if they don't have the internet. Students can also access the food pantry for any needed food or hygiene items they may need. The auditorium will also be available to use for students needing to use the school wifi to get or submit assignments as well during that time. HAHS Staff and administration are here to provide help and assistance throughout the entirety of our closure. Students please continue to commit to and engage in this new remote learning environment. Also please be sure to be completing assignments and assessments each week. As always thank you for your support, flexibility, and understanding during these difficult time.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Families, Please be sure to check out the HAHS Remote Learning Document that has been created by staff and administration to help provide information and guidance as we transition to Remote Learning beginning March 31st. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1P64sipERzS-iOvIoaYmZG3e6j5I1qK0RvWIEDmlI7iY/edit?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Maci got a special visit from her favorite teacher! Thank you Mrs.Miller!! Love our small town and so proud to be a part of this district! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
Beginning March 30th, teachers at HAHS will again begin to update our learning opportunities document that was distributed last week. It can be found on our HS website under the menu tab. For your connivence, printed copies will again be made available as well to be distributed at all lunch pick up locations starting March 30th. We ask that students, during our mandated closure, please be continually checking Google classroom for updates and messages from your teachers. DACC College Express students. Every effort will be made to convert College Express classes to an online format palatable to our students. Instructors will be communicating with College Express students through blackboard. Our students should have had exposure to this previously. However, if any student is having difficulty, they should attempt to reach their instructor directly via email or telephone. The directory can be found at www.dacc.edu/directory
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The following link provides some options for Free Internet Resources. https://www.isbe.net/keeplearning This information was forwarded to districts by the IL State Superintendent. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Students: As a reminder, lunches are available at the 112 Coffee Shop on Main Street in Hoopeston from 11:00-1:00 pm each day through this Friday. Lunches will also be taken to specific locations in our feeder communities as well during that same time. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Students: Please check the HS announcements in Google Classroom for updates over the next few weeks. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Scholarships: Seniors during the school closure be sure that you are checking the scholarship information on the school website regarding scholarship application deadlines. Scholarships that are to be turned in to Mrs. Johnson need to be emailed to johnsome@hoopeston.k12.il.us. All other scholarships should be submitted per the directions on the application.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
CANCELLATION: As a reminder, the HS Family Connection Night that was scheduled for Tuesday from 6:00-7:30 pm has been canceled.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS will be open from 8-11 and 1-3 Mon-Wed for students to come and get needed materials like chromebooks and get learning materials to keep academically engaged during this extended absence. The food pantry is also available with food and hygiene products for students to take.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students: Below is a direct link to the HAHS Learning Opportunities for students that our teachers have created to help keep student's minds academically challenged during our absences from school. While we encourage all students to take part in these learning opportunities, grades will not be taken over this material and they are not required. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SAiGXMz4xeA3eBjxHcviCO9nkna8bt6RWtrHK6bvjBw/edit?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Students: As a reminder during this extended absence, there will be no practices, games, open fields/gyms, rehearsals, etc. of any kind until we are back in session at school. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
SENIORS: If you have not stopped in the office and given your measurements for your Graduation Cap and Gown yet, please email Heidi at hcrouch@hoopeston.k12.il.us by 9:00 AM Tuesday morning. The order has to go out this week in order to get them in time. Money can be paid when we return to school. Right now your Height and Weight is the information that is needed now.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to Joanna Walder and Sam Hudson on their excellent performance at the Academic Challenge Sectional competition at EIU today! Sam placed 3rd in English! Great job to you both! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Today’s Sweetheart dinner was such a great success! Thanks to all of the students and sponsors who worked so hard to put this all together. Mostly importantly, thanks to all who attended this great event! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Student Council’s 29th annual Swwetheart Dinner #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
HAHS students setting up to today’s senior citizens Sweetheart Dinner. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
HA CUSD 11 staff having fun at the first annual trivia night! Thanks to 112 Wine & Coffee for hosting!
about 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Students in Business class get a lesson in stocks and investing. #cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Ashley Gondzur
Erin Anderson represented HAHS very well as the virtual historian on the executive board of the Kickapoo District Association of Student Councils. Her advisors are extremely proud of her hard work, leadership, and dedication!
about 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Ashley Gondzur
Student Council members along with their advisor are representing HAHS at the Kickapoo District Association of Student Council’s convention today learning how to be better leaders and getting ideas to improve our school!
about 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
The HAHS Concert Band preforming at tonight’s winter concert. The students did an amazing job and they sounded great! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Chorus singing at the winter concert. Our students did a great job! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to the HAHS Varsity Scholastic Bowl team on winning the Vermillion County tournament tonight! The Cornjerkers end their season with Regionals at Iroquois West on Monday! Way to go Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to the Hoopeston Area High School Scholastic Bowl team on their 2nd place finish at the Vermillion Valley Conference tournament tonight! The Cornjerkers continue their season with the County Tournament on Thursday at Georgetown. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Don't forget that the HS Family Connection Night is Tuesday, March 17th. We invite all our students and families to come out and join us for this great event. Also don't forget the MS is hosting their Family Connection Night on Thursday, March 5th and everyone in the district is welcome to come and hear renowned speaker Kendra Smiley speak from 6:00-6:45 pm about how we can build the best community possible. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
English 3 students reviewed the first three chapters of The Great Gatsby by completing an Escape Room challenge #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Stephanie Pratt
Students learning to follow recipes to make a snack for themselves.
about 1 year ago, Stephanie Pratt
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry practicing various types of chemical reactions! #cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Bio 2 studying cephalopods by doing a squid dissection! #cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
On Tuesday, March 17th, Hoopeston Area High School will be hosting a Family Connections Open House in the HS Gym where there will be tables set up throughout the high school gym allowing parents and students the opportunity to learn about and ask questions on a variety of topics, services, and offerings including such things as FAFSA, College Info, Transition After High School, Social Media, DACC, student insurance, College Express, and many more. Food will be provided and attendees have the opportunity to win a variety of prizes from Cornjerker merchandise to gift cards by stopping at at least 6 tables.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Even though it's snowing outside, it is warm in the greenhouse! Ag students planting Succulents in the greenhouse today. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Families interested in attending our upcoming Family Connection Night on Tuesday, March 17th can RSVP by March 3rd for their chance to win exclusive Cornjerker t-shirts for their family. RSVP Link https://www.hoopeston.k12.il.us/article/195798?org=high-school #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Students from HAHS had a great time competing in the ASCE's annual Bridge Bust at Purdue University! #cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Congratulations to Samuel Hudson and Joanna Walder for being selected to the Illinois Principal’s Association Student Recognition Breakfast to represent Hoopeston Area High School! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
IHSA State 2020 - Abel Colunga wins round 1.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to both Joanna Walder and Sam Hudson on their performance at the Academic Challenge Regional at DACC! Joanna placed 1st in English and Sam placed 2nd. Joanna also received the DACC Scholarship Award for being one of the two highest scoring Seniors at the event!
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Boys Basketball Senior tonight vs. Armstrong! Thanks to all the band, cheerleader, and basketball seniors for their hard work over the last four years! Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Abel Colunga IHSA 182 Sectional Champion. #statebound # cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
Don't forget that March is right around the corner and with that the due dates for many of our scholarship applications. Please be sure to check the high school webpage and click on the menu tab to see what scholarships may be available to you. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Gretchen Brown
Math students sharing sweet treats with members of the community #cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Gretchen Brown
Kimberly Hutzel
Lady Cornjerkers playing in the girls regional against Watseka! Go Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Wendy Ochs
Horticulture II students created a round floral arrangement today #HAHSPride
about 1 year ago, Wendy Ochs
Adam Elliott
Testing the limits of our senses in Anatomy today! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
HAHS Girls preparing to play their first game of regionals vs. Bishop Mac. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Stephanie Pratt
Extremely proud of these girls who won the their bowling regional yesterday! Bring on sectionals! They can do it!!!
about 1 year ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
Congratulations to our HAHS Girls Bowling Team who won their IHSA Regional and advanced on to Sectionals next Saturday! Way to go ladies!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Staff collaborating together during Friday’s school improvement day! Staff spent time today focusing on the four pillars of the district school improvement plan and support continued growth at HAHS. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Stephanie Pratt
Softball girls putting in extra work as they gear up for a fantastic season!
about 1 year ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
Thursday, February 6th, students will be handed out the Course Catalog for next year during their English classes. The Course Handbook includes Course Descriptions, 4-yr Plan Outlines, and Student Course Guides/Sign-up Sheets. Then on February 10th admins and the counseling department will be meeting with each grade level to discuss the course catalog in detail. We ask that parents sit down with their students to review required courses and elective choices. Students need to return their parent/guardian signed course outline to the HS office as soon as possible after Feb 10th to begin the scheduling process for the 2020-2021 school year for your student.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Data, Deserts, and Decisions meeting that was scheduled to be at the DACC Higher Learning Center here in Hoopeston for this evening has been canceled. Parents can still contact the HLC in the future to set up an individual appointment for their student to discuss options for the future.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Having some fun after putting in work in the Academic Challenge at DACC today! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
The Lady Cornjerkers Sadie Drayer was honored at Senior Night after tonight’s win against Armstrong! Way to go Sadie and congrats Lady Cornjerkers on another big win!
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Mr. Kurk and the HAHS Pep Band warming up the crowd before the girls baskeball game. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS girls basketball team getting ready for senior night vs. Armstrong. Let’s go Cornjerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Boys Basketball playing hard and the student section cheering loud at tonight’s game #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Ashley Gondzur
HAHS Cheerleaders performed at IHSA Sectionals in Joliet today!
about 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Adam Elliott
Students in Bio 2 working with live flatworms! Doing tests on responses to stimuli. #Cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Glenn Brewer
Football putting in work off season!
about 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
Students in Freshmen Success classes today are working on scholarship writing! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
Boys basketball competing for 3rd place at the county tournament! #Cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
HAHS Cheerleaders performing their second round of cheers at the Vermilion County competition! Great job ladies!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Cheerleaders Performing at the Vermilion County Cheer Competition. Way to go ladies, you did AMAZING!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Emily McClure
Today, these 9 FFA members interviewed at DACC for their Supervised Agriculture Experiences (record books/jobs) and Erin, Kayla, and Sadie interviewed for their State FFA Degrees. #CornjerkerPride #FFA
about 1 year ago, Emily McClure
John Klaber
Reminder to Parents: When dropping off or picking up your student(s), please remember to pull into the parking lot instead of doing so in the streets so traffic in the street isn't being held up.
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Basketball getting ready to tip off against Westville in their first game at the Vermilion County Tournament. Let’s go Jerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Lady Cornjerkers won their first game of the County Tournament 32-29 over Armstrong Potomac! Way to go Jerkers! The boys team will play next at 3:30 pm. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Lady Cornjerkers kicking off the Vermilion County Basketball Tournament against Armstrong Potomac. Let’s Go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Anatomy students studying the nervous system through sheep brain dissections! #Cornjerkerpride
about 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
HAHS boys and Girls Bowling Teams Senior Night vs. Danville. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Jerky hanging out with HAHS Cheerleaders. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Basketball preparing to face off against Milford at home. Let’s Go Cornjerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This Spring we will be having licensed Dentists and Hygienists coming to our school to spend a day doing dental exams. They will also be cleaning teeth, giving fluoride treatments and sealants (if needed) to eligible students. This program is for all grade levels, if you would like to participate in this free program please have your student stop in the office and pick up an application. The application will need to be filled out and signed by a parent/guardian. If you filled a form out at registration back in August, there is no need to do one again. All completed forms are due back in the office by Friday January 17th. #CornjerkerPride
about 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area High School show choir performing at the HS/MS jazz band and show choir preview night! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area High School jazz band performing at the HS/MS jazz band and show choir preview night! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry getting back in the lab studying the properties of ionic compounds after a well deserved break! #Cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Cornjerkers up by 4 with 5:00 minutes left in 4th Qrt. Let’s go Jerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Boys Basketball team preparing to play host to Schlarman. Let’s go Cornjerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Reminder: Students please be sure to check InfoNow before Monday to review your schedule for the upcoming semester. Also please confirm your locker combination if you might have forgot it over break. See you in Monday! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
On behalf of the staff of Hoopeston Area High School, have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We had a great first semester and look forward to an even better 2nd semester. We look forward to seeing all of our students when we return on Jan. 6th. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS FFA members presenting at the December School Board Meeting during the Student Showcase. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Bowling Team playing host to Bradley-Bourbonnais at Fast Lanes in Hoopeston. Come out and cheer our boys on. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Students having fun with Robotics and programming in Mrs. Ankenbrand’s class! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Rochelle Morgeson
HAHS Choirs performing at the Fischer Theater with the Danville Barbershop Chorus. A spectacular night of music! #CornjerkerMusic #Cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Rochelle Morgeson
John Klaber
The HS band performing at the Christmas Concert! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Choir performing at the Winter Christmas Concert. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HIgh School/Middle School Christmas Concert is underway!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
2nd group making their Quadratic Formula Video
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
Making their Quadratic Formula Video
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
The HAHS boys bowling team competing at Springfield today. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Stephanie Pratt
Try something new painting party. Students painted a winter scene and had hot cocoa☃️
over 1 year ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
These girls were the best elves Mrs. Samet says she has ever had on my Magical Express bus. They sang their hearts out all night! “ The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.”- Buddy the Elf
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
More “Try Something New Day” activities. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Emily McClure
Mrs. Boyer, with assistance from Mrs. McClure and Miss Morgeson, has helped students get creative on Try Something New Day. These students are creating Christmas ornaments and cards! #HAHSPride #CornjerkerPride #ChristmasSpirit
over 1 year ago, Emily McClure
John Klaber
Other “Try Something New Day” activities include Breakout Boxes, Shirt Tye-Dying, and Holiday Card Making. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Today is “Try Something New Day” where students got to choose from a variety of activities to participate in. In Mrs. Noel’s class they are making candles and lotion! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
High schoolers learning how to tie dye.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
On Thur Dec. 12th students at HAHS will complete the 5Essentials Survey. A form was given to students today in their English classes to bring home with information about the survey. If you choose to have your student not participate, the informational paper contains a waiver that must be signed and returned to the HS office by Tue Dec. 10th. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
The Cornjerker Spirit Store will be open December 4th from 5:30 to 7,  Everything will be 20% off.  We will have gifts, stocking stuffers, and apparel.  We will be printing sweatshirts and t-shirts, so come on out and choose your design. Please enter through the HS library.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Ross Bryll
HAHS Lady Cornjerkers WIN vs Westville 50-23 at the Comet Classic in Oakwood!!!! Great job ladies! Cornjerker Pride!
over 1 year ago, Ross Bryll
John Klaber
Mrs. Noel’s classes earlier today making ice cream in science classes! Yummy! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Wendy Ochs
HAHS Horticulture 2 students completed a fall wreath design. #HAHSPride
over 1 year ago, Wendy Ochs
John Klaber
Hoopeston Area High School has created a direct link from our high school homepage for you to be able to see scholarship opportunities and access applications for potential scholarships. From our high school homepage, simply click "MENU." Under "ACADEMICS" you will see a link to our "SCHOLARSHIPS" page. This page will be continually updated throughout the year as more scholarships and scholarship information becomes available. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Parents: Please take a few minutes to complete the 5Essentials survey at the link below. We appreciate your feedback on Hoopeston Area High School’s climate and culture. This survey will close on January 18, 2019. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Thomas Sage
Kolin Dugle and other HAHS seniors attended the fall Youth Advisory Council at ISU, hosted by State Senator Jason Barickman.
over 1 year ago, Thomas Sage
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Faces of Winter. Cornjerker Girls Basketball #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Faces of Winter. Cornjerker Wrestling. #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Basketball showing off their skills at Meet the Jerkers Night!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Bowling, HAHS Wrestling, and HAHS Cheerleaders are ready for the winter season!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Girls Basketball team is starting us off at the 2019 Meet the Jerkers Winter Preview!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Due to weather conditions and poor road conditions, all extra-curricular practices and activities have been cancelled for today.
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Bowling playing host to Taylorville. Let’s go Cornjerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
If you didn't take Physics to calculate the frictional forces affecting the world's largest crane, why did you even bother? #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Ross Bryll
Sandie Smith from Country Financial Insurance here in Hoopeston, came into our Driver Ed Class to help educate our students about auto insurance. We really appreciated her expertise on this very important driver education subject. Thank you so much Mrs. Smith!
over 1 year ago, Ross Bryll
John Klaber
Reminder: The 5Essentials Survey is given every year to students, staff, and parents of Hoopeston Area High School students. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the link below. We appreciate your feedback on Hoopeston Area High School’s climate and culture. This survey will close on January 18, 2019. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students performing at the second night of the play, “You Can’t Take It With You.” We have some amazingly talented drama students for sure!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Wendy Ochs
Last day at the National FFA Convention! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Wendy Ochs
Kimberly Hutzel
HAHS fall play looking good in “You can’t take it with you”.
over 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Marketing Merchandise students making a video for the Spirit Store with the help of some Maple students.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Michele Kachmar
Mas preparaciones para el Dia de los Muertos
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Michele Kachmar
Mas preparaciones del Dia de los Muertos
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Michele Kachmar
Las preparaciones para el Dia de los Muertos
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Michele Kachmar
Las preparaciones para el Dia de los Muertos
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Adam Elliott
Bio 2 students investigating under what conditions mold grows best! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry studying emission spectra by doing flame tests! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry studying emission spectra by doing flame tests! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry studying emission spectra by doing flame tests! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Emily McClure
Hoopeston Area FFA members were put on a scavenger hunt at National FFA Convention. The first person they found was Hoopeston Area Alumni, Phil Foster! #CornjerkerPride #Alumni
over 1 year ago, Emily McClure
Ashley Gondzur
Celebrating Halloween in English 3 with some spooky treats #HAHS #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Ashley Gondzur
HAHS is hosting a Blood Drive today and our donors are excited to be saving lives with their donations! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
Reminder: The 5Essentials Survey is given every year to students, staff, and parents of Hoopeston Area High School students. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the link below. We appreciate your feedback on Hoopeston Area High School’s climate and culture. This survey will close on January 18, 2019. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Wendy Ochs
HAHS FFA at the Brickyard - we are under red flag conditions!
over 1 year ago, Wendy Ochs
Erika Seidel
Rainy day for us at cross-country regional in Tuscola. We had 2 Cornjerkers advance to the sectional meet held in Effingham next weekend! To qualify you had to be one of the top five individuals not on a team or be on one of the teams that placed top 7 of all the teams that participated.
over 1 year ago, Erika Seidel
John Klaber
The HA Marching Cornjerkers are performing at the HS/MS concert! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
HS Choir and Marching Band at the Fall Concert. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
John Klaber
HS Chorus performing at the HS/MS concert. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS and HAMS Fall Band and Chorus Concert is underway!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The 5Essentials Survey is given every year to students, staff, and parents of Hoopeston Area High School students. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the link below. We appreciate your feedback on Hoopeston Area High School’s climate and culture. This survey will close on January 18, 2019. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Wendy Ochs
Horticulture 2 students made a spooky candy bouquet today .#HAHS
over 1 year ago, Wendy Ochs
John Klaber
Cornjerkers win in three sets!!!!! Way to go ladies!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Honoring our two seniors before the game, Payton Small and Sadie Drayer!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Come out and cheer on the HAHS girls volleyball team tonight for senior night as we play host to Armstrong!! JV is underway with varsity to play afterward. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Reminder: PT Conferences are Thursday from 3:00-7:00 pm and Friday from 8:00-11:00 am. We encourage all parents to come out with their students to learn about all the great things they are doing this year! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Erika Seidel
Cross-country participated in the Vermilion County meet tonight at Kickapoo. Allison took first place on the girls side! #CountyChamp #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Erika Seidel
John Klaber
Shout out to Mr. Truber’s classes for helping us mount our new interactive board in the HS library as we set up our new touch screen system. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
The Spirit Store will be open Thursday October 24th from 3 to 7 during Parent Teacher Conferences. Great time to get some Cornjerker gear or do some Christmas shopping. We will be located in the hallway on the east side of the middle school gym.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Stephanie Pratt
Enjoying the music of the HS chorus class practicing for Friday’s concert.
over 1 year ago, Stephanie Pratt
Glenn Brewer
Monday night practice for the week 9 Harvard game.
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Adam Elliott
Onto the testing phase of our Catapult Design project in Physics! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Stephanie Pratt
The Brew Crew started the life skills coffee cart business last week and are doing fantastic!
over 1 year ago, Stephanie Pratt
Adam Elliott
Lt. Dan cannot believe how well the Anatomy students life-sized diagrams are turning out! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Soccer Regional Championship is underway!!! Hoopeston Area is playing host to Herscher!! Let’s go Jerkers! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The second half is underway for HA-AP Senior Night vs. Dwight. Let’s go Jerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS New Direction Show Choir performing, “Never Enough” during the student showcase during tonight’s school board meeting! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Cornjerker scrunchies are in. Get yours today at the Spirit Store or online at cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com #SpiritStore
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Michele Kachmar
Going for gold!
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Michele Kachmar
Enjoying a Spanish tradition!
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Michele Kachmar
Enjoying paella y albondigas!
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Michele Kachmar
Spanish 2-4. Enjoying Don Quijote!
over 1 year ago, Michele Kachmar
Erika Seidel
The cross country team participated in the Vermilion Valley Conference meet this week! Michael Helmuth took 6th place and Allie Pickett took home 2nd place. Helmuth and Pickett both earned all conference honors.
over 1 year ago, Erika Seidel
Kimberly Hutzel
Science students testing hot air balloons
over 1 year ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Wendy Ochs
HAHS FFA members Kolin Dugle and Clayton Hankins are attending the 2019 FFA BUILD leadership conference in Decatur.. #cornjerkerpride #HAHSpride
over 1 year ago, Wendy Ochs
Thomas Sage
Sophomore Payton Armstrong hitting into the fairway on hole #11 at IHSA Golf Sectionals. Go Payton! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Thomas Sage
Gretchen Brown
Good luck Cornjerker Cross Country runners at the Prairie Central Invite #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Gretchen Brown
John Klaber
HA Staff working to “Breakout” with Breakout Edu during today’s teachers institute. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Suzanne Boyer
Freshman setting up their College board accounts for the PSAT!
over 1 year ago, Suzanne Boyer
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Tech Camp with Emily Brown. #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Dylan Swank
Congratulations to Payton Armstrong for advancing to IHSA Sectionals in golf!
over 1 year ago, Dylan Swank
John Klaber
HAHS Soccer Senior Night is underway with HAHS playing BHRA!!! Let’s go Jerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Creating life-sized scalar skeletal diagrams in Anatomy! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Ross Bryll
Driver Ed students using goggles that simulate intoxication, drug impairment, and drowsiness.
over 1 year ago, Ross Bryll
Ross Bryll
Driver Ed mock field sobriety tests using goggles that simulate intoxication.
over 1 year ago, Ross Bryll
Adam Elliott
Physics throwdown! Head-to-head competition calculating projectile motion using 2-D kinematics. Winner gets pizza for lunch tomorrow!
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Anatomy learning how to use Forensic Anthropology to determine characteristics of an individual from their skeleton #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Lady Cornjerkers getting warmed up for their Pink Night vs. Oakwood. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This is a reminder that tonight’s financial aid workshop will be from 5 to 7 PM in the high school library. We ask that all attendees park in the back of the school and enter through the library entrance. Thanks and have a great evening!
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Bio 2 learning to work with live samples looking at protists under the microscopes #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Students participate in the Human Knot to demonstrate employable skills.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Jerky
Order your 2020 High School Yearbook online! Go to https://commpe.pictavo.com/PictavoSchool/FindSchool
over 1 year ago, Jerky
John Klaber
2019 Homecoming Dance!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
2019 HAHS Homecoming Dance about to begin!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congrats to the Lady Cornjerkers who won in three sets against Iroquois West!!! Way to go ladies!!!
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
Way to fight ladies! Congrats on a well deserved win! #CornJerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
1 - 0 HA over Iroquois West Let's get one more ladies! #CornJerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
HAHS Volleyball taking on Iroquois West at home. Let’s go girls!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
HAHS vs Iroquois West
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area 2019 Homecoming Game is about ready to kick off!!! Go Cornjerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Spirit Store will be open tonight at 5:30 in the STEM lab across from the ticket booth.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Heidi Crouch
Annual Tug of War contest between Seniors & Faculty. Faculty Wins this year!🎉 #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Heidi Crouch
John Klaber
Homecoming 2019 Pep Assembly!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Zachary Colleen
Students are getting ready for the Homecoming court assembly. Gonna have Fun! #CornjerkerPride #StudentPressCorp
over 1 year ago, Zachary Colleen
Zachary Colleen
Students are getting ready for the Homecoming court assembly. Gonna have Fun! #CornjerkerPride #StudentPressCorp
over 1 year ago, Zachary Colleen
John Klaber
Homecoming Court assembly!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Seniors: We have several Seniors that have still not turned in proof of receiving a Meningistis Shot. If a student does not have this completed by Tuesday October 15th and have not turned in a doctor's appointment card showing that an appointment is scheduled, your student will not be allowed to come to school beginning on Wednesday October 16th. Please keep in mind that these absences will be unexcused. If you have questions please call the high school office.
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Freshman: We have several Freshman that have still not turned in a Physical and are not up to date on their shots. If a student does not have this completed by Tuesday October 15th and have not turned in a doctor's appointment card showing that an appointment is scheduled, your student will not be allowed to come to school beginning on Wednesday October 16th. Please keep in mind that these absences will be unexcused. If you have questions please call the high school office.
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students were able to join students from Bismarck and Armstrong to hear speaker Kevin Hines talk about his important message. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students and staff participating in Class Color Day for homecoming week! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Celebrating National Janitors Day with two of our favorite janitors!!! Thank you Marilyn and Wade for all that you do!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Homecoming Bonfire!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Heidi Crouch
Homecoming Week - Kicking off the week with some school spirit at the Bonfire tonight. #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Heidi Crouch
John Klaber
Congrats to Macy Hayes and Erin Anderson for winning Outstanding Drum Majors in their class!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Marching Cornjerkers performing tonight at Danville! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Heidi Crouch
HA-AP Football just kicked off in Georgetown. #cornjerkerpride #haapfootball #gojerkers
over 1 year ago, Heidi Crouch
John Klaber
HAHS Students and Class Sponsors decorating hallways to prepare for Homecoming next week! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
English 3 students are working on characterization charts for The Crucible #ConjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
Mitchell Killough and Lisa Leigh visiting Ag classes today to talk about the Dust Bowl and Soil and Water Conservation Districts. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Thanks to Gary Marshall for stopping by the HS today to show off some of his father’s (Jack Marshall) old sports memorabilia from his days playing basketball and baseball for Rankin HS in the early 1940s. Gary has donated some amazing pieces of History including a letterman’s sweater, an old baseball mitt used by his father, and varsity letters that will go on display at the HS. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
Start of the 4th Quarter
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
End of 1st Quarter.
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Adam Elliott
Mr. Richardson dropping in on our 2nd hour Chemistry class while we use our knowledge of physical properties to separate the "Jar of Mystery"!
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry learning about chemical changes by altering the composition of pennies! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Congratulations to the Cornjerker soccer team who remain undefeated this year after wins against Watseka and Blue Ridge today during the second day of the Cornjerker Classic!! They advance to play Monticello in the championship game at 4:00pm! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
HAAP Football
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
HAAP vs. BHRA kicking off!! Let’s Go Cornjerkers!!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
College Express Dual Credit students learn about coding from their DACC instructor online.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Adam Elliott
Students in Bio 2 identifying the bacteria they cultured and dyed! #cornjerkerpride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Hoopeston Area/Armstrong-Potomac football home opener tonight vs. Iroquois West!! Come out and support the Cornjerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Heidi Crouch
HA-AP Cheer ....Home Opener #gojerkers #hahs
over 1 year ago, Heidi Crouch
Ashley Gondzur
Mrs. Gondzur’s 4th hour class is really enjoying the Orange Frog workshops! They are learning how to choose happiness and spread it to others! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Cornjerker plush dolls and Bobbeheads are in. Get yours today at https://cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com or visit our Spirit Store.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
HAHS Students receiving Orange Frog training and learning about the Happiness Advantage!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
Stat Girls
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
HAAP Football season opener tonight! #CornJerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Glenn Brewer
Kevin Root
Thank you to the Jimmy John's social Media team members that came to our Marketing class and discussed how Jimmy John's uses social media. Thanks for the Sandwiches!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Root
Natalie Rayfield
The HAHS Creative Cob Art Club painted the Jerky last night in preparation for the Sweetcorn Festival this weekend!
over 1 year ago, Natalie Rayfield
John Klaber
HAHS Soccer beats St. Joe Ogden 3-0 at home to go 2-0 on the year. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Dylan Swank
Cornjerker golf in action tonight at Willow Pond!
over 1 year ago, Dylan Swank
John Klaber
First home soccer game of the year. HAHS Soccer vs. St. Joe Ogden! Come out and see the action. #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Get Excited!!! Chicken Fried Steak day at HAHS!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Meet the Jerkers Night 2019!! Be sure and come out this fall and support all of the great HAHS students and athletes!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Volleyball getting ready to kick off Meet the Jerkers Night. Come out and see our fall sports teams as they start their seasons! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
A huge thank you to Mrs. Rayfield and her ART classes for their donation of our new entry way Cornjerker Painting!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
It’s Picture Day at HAHS!!! Students and teachers are looking their best and smiling for the cameras! #CornjerkerPride!!!
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
HAHS Student Council had their first meeting of the year today and started some planning for Homecoming Week! It is September 30th through October 5th this year.
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Ashley Gondzur
English 3 students worked on small group discussion skills today while setting some goals for the year #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Adam Elliott
Students in Chemistry showing their love of science! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
Ashley Gondzur
AP English students are learning how to do rhetorical analysis using cereal #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Gondzur
Adam Elliott
Chemistry students brushing up on measurements and conversions! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
The Hoopeston Area High School staff is looking forward to an amazing year! We can’t wait to get to work and see our students exceed and reach their greatest goals and move towards graduation!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
First day of school! Looking forward to a great year! It’s a great day to be a Cornjerker!! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
Kevin Root
Link Crew Freshman Orientation!
over 1 year ago, Kevin Root
Mrs. Ankenbrand
The Spirit Store will be open tomorrow night during freshman orientation at 6pm. All students are welcome.
over 1 year ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
HAHS Student Leaders being trained in Orange Frog and the Happiness Advantage. These students will help with a HS wide student role out this fall! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
I would like to invite you to our HS registration which will begin tomorrow August 6th from 8:30-11:00 am and 12:30-3:30 pm. Registration will continue on Wednesday, August 7th from 8:30-11:00 am and 1:00-6:00 pm and on Thursday, Aug 8th from 8:30-11:00 am and 12:30-3:30 pm. HS registration will take place in the HS main hallway and the HS auditorium. I would also like to invite all of our incoming freshmen and their families to Freshmen Orientation this Thursday, August 8th at 6:00 pm in the HS auditorium. We hope to see you there.
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Mr. Kurk and the HAHS Marching Band rocking out at preview night! I encourage everyone to come out and see their show this fall! #CornjerkerPride
over 1 year ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Seniors: Graduation pictures are in and are available to be picked up at the high school office during our summer hours in June. Mon-Thur 8:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00 or on Fri 8:00-11:00. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Zachary Colleen
Students enjoying watching. The Greatest Showman. Students enjoying the last day of school. #CornjerkerPride #StudentPressCorp
almost 2 years ago, Zachary Colleen
John Klaber
Reminder that a sports physical clinic will be held tomorrow, May 30th, from 12:15-2:30 at Charlotte Ann Russell Medical Center. Any child playing sports next year is welcome to attend, however, any child entering 6th or 9th grade will need a school physical and not a sports physical. Cost will be $15, and parents do not need to be present with their child. If the parent will not be present, they must sign the IHSA physical form and their child can take it to the clinic with them. Copies of the IHSA physical form are available in the high school and middle school office.
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Coach Stille
Working hard getting some clarification for the PE final from Mrs. Ziegler.
almost 2 years ago, Coach Stille
John Klaber
The Class of 2019 would like to invite you to the 141st Commencement of Hoopeston Area High School. Graduation will be held this Sunday at 3:00 pm in the Middle School Gym. We hope to see you all there! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Seniors at Senior Breakfast before graduation practice! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
The Class of 2019 enjoyed their senior trip to Six Flags Great America today!
almost 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Baseball just beat top seeded Olympia 3-2 to advance to the regional championship game on Saturday!! Way to go team!! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Rochelle Morgeson
New Direction had a blast performing at Heritage Health today for their National Skilled Nursing Care Week! We can’t wait to come back again! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
John Klaber
Ms. Morgeson, Mr. Kurk, and Ms. Beauvois signing to the seniors to end the Fine Arts Festival. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The High School band performing a Disney Medley at the Fine Arts Festival. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Fine Arts Festival is underway!! There are outstanding works of art and wood projects everywhere you look! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
We would like to welcome all of our HAHS family to the Fine Arts Festival tonight from 6:00-9:00 pm. We hope to see you there! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Hoopeston Area FFA greenhouse is open for business on Saturdays in May from 8 am- 1 pm. We have a wide variety of annual plants and vegetables. All proceeds benefit the HAHS FFA chapter. Any questions can be directed to Mrs Ochs at the high school.
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Today is National Honor Society Induction at HAHS. We are very happy to have seven new members being inducted today! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congrats to all our softball seniors and thanks for all of their hard work!!! Softball Senior Night 2019!!! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
HAHS Student Council delegates at IASC State Convention
almost 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Rochelle Morgeson
Talent Show was a success! Thanks to all who supported us! Big thanks to all the performers and crew!
almost 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
John Klaber
Congratulations to tonight’s FFA Banquet Award Winners. Corey Moore - DeKalb Award, Megan Schmid - John Lee Scholarship, Karlee Bruens - Star Greenhand Alumni Scholarships: Megan Bertram - Randy Carter Memorial Scholarship Brady Moore, Megan Schmid, Jennifer Gonzalez, Jackie Gaytan, Megan Bertram, Baylee Bushong, Kenny Ray - Senior Scholarships
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
State FFA President Sophia Hunt speaking to the Hoopeston FFA Chapter and guests at the FFA banquet. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
FFA Officers and members presenting at the 2019 FFA Banquet. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
A huge thank you to the Hoopeston Jaycees for putting on an amazing Post Prom last night!!! The students had so much fun!!! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congratulations to the 2019 HAHS Prom Court! This years King is Graham Eighner and Queen is Gracie Eighner!! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
2019 HAHS Prom is underway!!! Coronation is at 10:00 pm. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
U.S. Representative John Shimkus visiting Mr. Sage’s class to talk with students and answer questions. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Freshmen Field Trip buses returning from the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago are ahead of schedule and will be arriving at the school at approximately 5:30 pm. Parents please pick your students up in the parking lot at this time.
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Ricardo and Joanna representing HAHS at the EIU Academic Challenge State Finals! Go Cornjerkers!
almost 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
HAHS freshmen at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago for our freshmen field trip. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Reminder: Tomorrow Tue April 23rd is the Freshmen Field Trip to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. The charter buses will be in the parking lot by 6:00 am and we will be leaving promptly at 6:30 am. Students will have all meals provided to them during the trip. Buses are scheduled to be back at Hoopeston by 6:30 pm. If there is any change in the return time, I will notify everyone through another all call.
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Mrs. Ochs giving the HAHS Board of Education a tour of the greenhouse and the beautiful flowers. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Greenhouse is looking AMAZING!!! First plant sale will be next Saturday April 27th from 8:00-1:00. Stop on out to buy some amazing plants to start your gardens! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
Mary Johnson
Beautiful flower arrangement courtesy of DACC Horticulture program.
almost 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
John Klaber
Students in Mrs. Ankenbrand’s Class are having fun with robotics!! They are programming their robots to parallel park!! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Biology students will be taking the Illinois Science Assessment tomorrow morning. You will need your Chromebook for the test. Please charge your Chromebook fully before the test.Also please bring headphones or earbuds as well. #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congratulations to HAHS Alumni Lauren (Houmes) Leigh who ran in the 135th Annual Boston Marathon today!! She completed the course in 3 hours and 25 minutes, averaging 7:37 mile the whole 26.2 miles. Lauren was a 4 year track and cross country runner at HAHS before going to run at Bradley University. Way to go Lauren!! #CornjerkerPride
almost 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS baseball team playing host to BHRA. Let’s go Cornjerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Mr. Sage's AP Government class visits the state capitol today to participate in the Youth Advisory Council hosted by State Senator Jason Barickman. From left: Mason Vorick, Jacob Selsor, & Gage Kenner.
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
​Mrs. Kachmar recently received a $500 Eastern Illini Electrical Coop Empowering Education Grant. Mrs. Kachmar will be using the money she received to help purchase materials for her Spanish classroom. We are so proud and excited for Mrs. Kachmar and her classes!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
What a great first night performance of “The Sound of Music” #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
“The Sound of Music” being performed by our outstanding HAHS Drama Department with all of our talented actors and actresses! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Cast of “The Sound of Music” getting ready for opening night. The show kicks off in 10 minutes!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Drama Department would like to invite everyone to this weekends presentation of “The Sound of Music” tonight and Saturday at 7:00pm in the HS Auditorium. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
This is just a reminder to all freshmen and parents/guardians of freshmen that the last day we are accepting parent permission slips for freshmen to attend the field trip to Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry on Tue April 23rd is tomorrow Fri April 5th. Forms must be turned into the office tomorrow morning to Mrs. Johnson.
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
On Tuesday, April 9th students in grades 9-11 will be taking the PSAT/SAT test. Testing will begin in the morning and conclude around lunch time. Because seniors will not be taking the test, they will not report to school that day. Juniors will be dismissed after they have finished testing and eating lunch. There will be no busses ran at the early dismissal time, if this should impact your student and you wish them to stay at school the entire day, please notify the school. 9th and 10th grade students will follow a normal schedule at the conclusion of their testing. If you have any questions regarding the upcoming PSAT/SAT testing, please let the school know. Thank you and have a great day!
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Mary Johnson
2018-2019 Big Blues /Little Blues
about 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
Mary Johnson
Big Blues/Little Blues enjoying breakfast together at Maple this morning.
about 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
John Klaber
Crawfish dissection in Bio 2 with Mr. Elliott! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Ag students competing at the Envirothon being held at the Civic Center today. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Emily McClure
FFA members are ready for the Envirothon contest held today at the Civic Center! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Emily McClure
Rochelle Morgeson
Congratulations to our select High School Band & Choir students for performing at the Vermilion County Music Festival in Bismarck!
about 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
Kimberly Hutzel
Honoring our 3 point state advancers with our very own 3 point shootout staff, students vs. Ali & Graham #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Learning how to buy and sell stocks in business class. #cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
In honor of our very own Graham Eighner winning the IHSA Class 2A 3-Point shootout, we will be holding a pep assembly in his honor tomorrow at 2:00 pm in the MS gym. This assembly will be open to the public as well. Come cheer on Graham as he takes on HAHS staff members in a 3-Point Shootout! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Mary Johnson
VVEDS Honorable Mention for Teacher of the Year!
about 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
Mary Johnson
VVEDS 2018-2019 Teacher of Year!
about 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
Coach Stille
Bowling Alley fun for HS PE! Thanks, Doug and Fast Lanes! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Coach Stille
John Klaber
The Ag Greenhouse is growing like crazy!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Michele Kachmar
Spanish cooking fun!
about 2 years ago, Michele Kachmar
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to Ricardo Carreno-Diaz and Joanna Walder on their performance last Thursday at the Academic Challenge Sectionals at EIU! Ricardo placed 1st in Computer Science and Joanna placed 3rd in English with a state-qualifying score. Both move on to the State finals!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Rochelle Morgeson
Congratulations to New Direction for competing at the Watseka Invitational and taking home 3rd runner up in the class A division! Also to Christopher Catron for winning our Outstanding Performer award and to Isaiah Debban for Outstanding Male Solo in a show!
about 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
Dylan Swank
Huge congratulations to Erin Anderson for winning her district election today, and to the rest of HAHS StuCo for winning the KDASC Hall of Ideas event! A great day to be a Cornjerker!
about 2 years ago, Dylan Swank
Dylan Swank
Hoopeston Area student council members at KDASC District Convention!
about 2 years ago, Dylan Swank
John Klaber
Congratulations to Graham Eighner who just won the IHSA Class 2A State 3-Point Shootout!!! Way to go Graham!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Breaking News: Senior Graham Eighner just won the IHSA Class 2A 3-Point Shootout!! Way to go Graham!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Baylee and Danielle created this beautiful display featuring our Sweetheart Dinner for Student Council’s Hall of Ideas entry at our District Convention #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Ashley Gondzur
Today we surpassed our Blood Drive goal and collected 42 pints of blood, that can potentially save 126 lives, thanks to our generous HAHS students and community members who took the time to donate today!
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Rochelle Morgeson
Congratulations to New Direction for competing at Glenwood HS The Event Competition and taking home 3rd Place in the Class A division! And special congratulations to our Combo for taking home Best Combo award for Class A!!
about 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
Stephanie Pratt
Excellent assembly Beat Bob!
about 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
Bob Holmes speaking to the HAHS student body about how every person matters. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The staff are now trying their hand at beating Bob and it’s not looking good......for the teachers! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Now it’s the boys turn to try and beat Bob!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Our HAHS girls volleyball team is taking on Bob Holmes the one man volleyball team! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Kimberly Hutzel
HAHS girls taking on Beat Bob! Go Lady Cornjerkers! #teamwork#CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to the Hoopeston Area Scholastic Bowl team! They finished 2nd in tonight's Vermillion County tournament! Gage Kenner also won 4th place on the All-County team! Great job tonight! Go Cornjerkers!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Congratulations to Mr. Elliott, Mr. Sage, and the HAHS scholastic bowl team for their second place finish in county tonight!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Student leaders attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference today to learn about ways to help make our school great!
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Mary Johnson
Listening to Mike Smith at Jostens Renaissance Regional Conference.
about 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
Stephanie Pratt
Geology Rocks!
about 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to the Hoopeston Area Scholastic Bowl team on a great night at the VVC conference! 3rd place overall with a tough loss in the semi-finals. Special congratulations to Gage Kenner for placing #1 on the VVC All-Conference team!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Ashley Gondzur
AP English students giving each other constructive feedback on synthesis essays using peer review stations #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Stephanie Pratt
Guest speakers teaching students about checks and banking.
about 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Adam Elliott
Hoopeston Area students had a great day traveling to Purdue to compete in the 40th annual Bridge Bust competition! They had a great showing against schools from all over Illinois and Indiana!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Mary Johnson
Learning how to save lives at DACC Healthcare Professions Day.
about 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to Hoopeston Area Scholastic Bowl squad for going 5-0 against Milford and Westville in tonight's final regular season meet! Varsity goes on to play in the VVC Tournament at Georgetown next Tuesday! Go Cornjerkers!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Update: The Ezra Elliott pep assembly (open to public) is tomorrow (Feb 22nd) at 3:00 pm in the MS gym. Doors open to public at 2:40 pm.
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Friday (March 22nd) at 3:00 pm we will be having a pep assembly to honor Ezra Elliott’s 138lb Class 1A Championship. The pep assembly will be in the MS Gym. Both HS and MS students will be at the assembly and it will be open to the public. The public may begin arriving at 2:40 pm.
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Rochelle Morgeson
Hoopeston New Direction took 2nd Runner-Up at El Paso Gridley Show Choir Showdown! Katie Weston received Outstanding Performer! Congratulations! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
John Klaber
Ezra Elliott just won the Class 1A 138lb state championship and completes an amazing 44-0 season!!! Way to go Ezra!!! #CornjerkerPride #EzraIsChamp
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Ezra Elliott Class 1A State Champ!!!!!!
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Good luck today to our very own Ezra Elliott as he wrestles for the state title!!! Grand March begins at 5:30 pm with Ezra projected to wrestle around 6:00 pm. #GoEzra #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Headed for the finals. Tomorrow night. Grand march starts at 5:30 with finals immediately following. #Cornjerkerpride.
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
Honoring our band, cheerleader, and boys basketball seniors. Thank you seniors for all your hard work and dedication over the years!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Looks like ESPN is setting up to report live from the Blue Rush student section at the game tonight! #PACKTHEPLACE #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Everyone is getting ready for Senior Night and Pack the Place Night!!! Let’s go Cornjerkers!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congratulations to Graham Eighner and Katie Weston for being named Illinois Principal’s Association outstanding students and citizens for HAHS.
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Congratulations to Ms. Morgeson and the HS Chorus as well Mr. Kurk and the HS Band on an outstanding winter concert!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Ezra wins round 2. #Cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Ashley Gondzur
English 3 students went on blind dates with books today to find their perfect match for their independent reading #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Anthony Colunga 1st round pin. #Cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Abel Colunga 1st round win. #Cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Ezra Elliott 1st round pin #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
John Klaber
Thanks to everyone for their support and donations! The school pantry is now completely stocked with not only food but also hygiene items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, deodorant, body wash, socks, etc. Again the pantry is accessible to students each and every school day to get items for themselves, their families, or anyone they know who is in need. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Students in Bio 2 preparing to work on their first dissection, working on Earthworms!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to the Hoopeston Area Scholastic Bowl team for another great night! Last night the team traveled to Armstrong to play Armstrong Potomac and Schlarman in a tri-meet. Frosh went 1-0, JV went 1-0 and Varsity went 1-1, going 3-1 as a team on the night!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Emily McClure
Last night, these 4 FFA members traveled to Kansas High School and competed in the Public Speaking Contest. Trevor got 4th in FFA Creed and in Extemporaneous Public Speaking Allee was 3rd, Macy 5th and Madisyn was 5th in JV. Great job! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Emily McClure
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Guest speaker talks to students in Business class about banking.
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Adam Elliott
Students in Bio 2 working with live samples of Planaria, a type of freshwater flatworm.
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Seniors in Anatomy "seeing" what they can learn during the dissection of a sheep eye!
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Stephanie Pratt
Guest speaker talking to students about DMV services and importance of having an ID
about 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
John Klaber
Mr. Swartzentruber’s Woods class having fun and doing some demo!! They are helping rip out the old office counter to make room for the HS conference room! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Hoopeston Area having an amazing day at the EIU Regional Academic Challenge sweeping Division 700! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Mrs. Ankenbrand
State bound! #HAHS Wrestling #Cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
3rd place at Sectionals Anthony Colunga
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
2nd place at Sectionals Abel Colunga
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Mrs. Ankenbrand
Sectional Champ Ezra Elliott
about 2 years ago, Mrs. Ankenbrand
Rochelle Morgeson
Congratulations to HA New Direction! They received 5th dinner up at Manteno Main Event our if 11 groups! Thanks to all that came up to support us!
about 2 years ago, Rochelle Morgeson
John Klaber
Getting ready to honor the 2019 Cornjerker Hall of Fame inductees Mark Layden and Brian Hodge. The ceremony begins at 6:00pm.
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Student Council’s annual Sweetheart Dinner was a success!
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
The 29th annual Sweetheart Dinner is underway!! So honored to have such amazing guests come and take part in this great event! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students working hard to set up for another great Sweetheart Dinner!! We can’t wait to welcome our honored guests! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
Sweetheart Dinner helpers are excited for our event today!
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Adam Elliott
Students in Anatomy testing the limits of their 5 senses. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Congratulations to the HAHS Scholastic Bowl teams on their opening night! Frosh went 1-0, JV went 2-0, and Varsity went 1-1 against two strong squads from Georgetown and Salt Fork. Great job Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
HAHS wrestler Ezra Elliott was names WCIA’s Athlete of the Week!!! Way to go Ezra!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Proud day at HAHS! Jacob Catron signing his letter of intent to play at McKendree College. Way to go Jacob!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ross Bryll
Guest speaker Ken Metz is here in Driver Ed class talking about motorcycle saftey and awareness.
about 2 years ago, Ross Bryll
John Klaber
Congrats to HAHS Wrestlers!! Regional Champions Ezra Elliott 138 lbs and Anthony Colunga 220 lbs 2nd place Abel Colunga 182 lbs 3rd place Gage Kenner 195 lbs 4th place Jonathan Herron, Ethan Larkin, Justin Jones #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Girls Basketball at home vs. Milford. Let’s go ladies!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Suzi Hesser
Nick with a last minute 3-pointer! Boys won 80-60! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Suzi Hesser
John Klaber
HAHS Pep Band rocking out at the boys home basketball game. They sound great!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Freshmen Success Classes listening to career presentations in the auditorium. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Cornjerker Pantry is now open at HAHS. Our school pantry houses a variety of food items that are available to our students each and every school day to be able to take home with them for themselves, their families, or someone they know who is in need. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
English 3 students are preparing to start reading The Great Gatsby by learning about the characters and setting at different stations in class today. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Cornjerker Basketball competing in the 3rd place game at the County Tournament!! Let’s go boys!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Cheerleaders bringing down the house at Vermilion County Cheer Competition!! We are so proud of you! Ladies you ROCK!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Jazz Band and Show Choir performing at tonight’s preview night! Amazing job guys!!! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
MS Jazz Band Preview Night
about 2 years ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
HS Jazz Band Preview night
about 2 years ago, Glenn Brewer
Landon Hawkins
VVC Boys B-ball HAHS V BH #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Landon Hawkins
Adam Elliott
Students in Biology 2 studying cnidarians by working with live Hydras #cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Anatomy learned about the nervous system by dissecting sheep brains #cornjerkerpride
about 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Amanda German
We are excited to announce our Cornjerker Spirit Store is now open! For more information, check out our new Facebook page: fb.me/cornjerkerspiritstore. You can also email us cornjerkerspiritstore@hoopeston.k12.il.us. Online ordering is coming soon. #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Amanda German
Coach Stille
Challenged my 6th Hour Advanced PE students to a “No Complaints” day. They’re notorious for complaining, but not today! We had a great day! #HappinessAdvantage #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Coach Stille
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Basketball playing great and are now 2-0 at the County Tournament after their win tonight against AP! #CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, John Klaber
Landon Hawkins
HAHS Wrestling #CornJerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Landon Hawkins
Kimberly Hutzel
HAHS Lady Cornjerkers looking good at the county tourney!#CornjerkerPride
about 2 years ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Stephanie Pratt
What happens to the flavor of pudding when different flavored milk is used? The life skills pudding experiment!
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Kimberly Hutzel
Mrs.German prepping the School Store for its upcoming opening & sporting a new shirt that will be in sale!
over 2 years ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Mary Johnson
Announcing HAHS 2019-2020 Illinois State Scholars
over 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
Dylan Swank
Hoopeston Area Student Council members at the KDASC Winter Workshop!
over 2 years ago, Dylan Swank
John Klaber
NOTE: Gibson Area Hospital now provides a full service dental clinic. They accept all patients- children and adults. They accept all commercial insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and those with no ability to pay. They are open 5 days a week from 8-5. Their number is 217-784-2701.
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Basketball beats AP 66-57 at home. Great win tonight boys! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Just a friendly reminder to all HAHS parents to please take a few minutes and complete the 5Essentials survey. The link can be found on our District and School homepages. Thanks in advance for your completion of this important survey! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
On behalf of the HAHS faculty and staff we want to wish all of our students and families a very Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday season. We look forward to seeing all of our students again second semester! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Several Art 3 students participated in an amazing project this semester when they made a donation to memoryprojects.org to receive photos of children in Columbia to create a portrait to send back to them. Check out the news article on our website for more info. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Emily McClure
The 31 students with Temple Grandin. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, Emily McClure
Landon Hawkins
Temple Grandin
over 2 years ago, Landon Hawkins
Emily McClure
Hoopeston Area Ag students are listening to Temple Grandin this morning! Temple is a leading researcher of animal behavior and is a professor at Colorado State University. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, Emily McClure
John Klaber
HAHS Girls Basketball getting ready to tip off against Armstrong-Potomac! Let’s go Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Landon Hawkins
2018 X-Mas door competition winners
over 2 years ago, Landon Hawkins
John Klaber
Students unloading the fruit trucks to get ready for students to begin delivering! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Here are some of the plants our HS Horticulture class is growing in our greenhouse. These came from sampling’s and cuttings they did in class. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Erin Anderson showing off the wreath she made in her 4th HR HORT II class! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The HAHS Boys Basketball beats BH/RA 68-48 at home. Way to go team! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Yearbook committee would like to notify all families to get the best price for the 2019 Yearbook, you must purchase before January 1, 2019. The price currently is $40 and the price will go up to $45 in January. Yearbooks may purchased by going to the website commpe.pictavo.com and entering the name of our school. From there, you can set up an account and order your yearbook.
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Hall of Champions is getting closer to being ready! Frames are being constructed and everything will be put up over Christmas break! Keep those submissions coming in! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The Cornjerker Spirit store is getting closer to being ready!! The grand opening will be second semester! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Day 1 of sheep heart dissection! #cornjerkerpride
over 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
John Klaber
Hello. This is John Klaber principal at Hoopeston Area High School. I wanted to inform you that today our high school in conjunction with Hoopeston Area Middle School and the Hoopeston Police Department held a successful Rally Drill at 2:15 this afternoon. The purpose of this drill was to practice what to do in the event of an emergency situation that would warrant a school evacuation. The purpose of all our drills is to prepare students and staff for a variety of situations that could occur. As always, our first goal is the safety of your children. Thank you for your continued support and have a great evening!
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS and HAMS administration meeting with the Hoopeston Police Department and States Attorney Jacqueline Lacy to discuss school crisis plan and school/student safety. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
We have an exciting new project we are working on at the HS called, "the Hall of Champions." This project will consist of us creating individual displays to celebrating the college, career, and life successes of our recent graduates which will display throughout our high school hallways. If you know anyone starting with the class of 2000 through the the class of 2018 who has or is currently achieving something great in college, career, or life, please submit a picture, short sentence or two describing what is is they did or are currently doing, and their graduation year to the HS office or by emailing them to Kevin Root at rootkm@hoopeston.k12.il.us Our hope is to collect over 50 of these submissions before Christmas and then we will be revealing the displays to our students when they return second semester.
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS and HAMS Bands and Choruses performing today at the Christmas Concert! Everyone did an AMAZING job!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
Orlando rocking the drums!
over 2 years ago, Glenn Brewer
Glenn Brewer
HS Band Christmas Concert
over 2 years ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
The HAHS boys and girls bowling teams competing in the Abe Lincoln tournament in Springfield today! Go Cornjerkers! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Boys Basketball beats Uni High 59-36 at Hoopeston. Go Cornjerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Adam Elliott
Students in Anatomy learning how to draw blood and do blood typing #Cornjerkerpride
over 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Adam Elliott
Students in Anatomy learning how to draw blood and do blood typing #Cornjerkerpride
over 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Nic Dziadosz
Game Club held a Bunco tournament today! Bunco is a lightning-fast dice game of reflexes and luck. #cornjerkerpride
over 2 years ago, Nic Dziadosz
John Klaber
The 5Essentials Survey is given every year to students, staff, and parents of Hoopeston Area High School students. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the link below. We appreciate your feedback on Hoopeston Area High School’s climate and culture. This survey will close on January 18, 2019. #CornjerkerPride https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/ see pic
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
The 5Essentials Survey is given every year to students, staff, and parents of Hoopeston Area High School students. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the link below. We appreciate your feedback on Hoopeston Area High School’s climate and culture. This survey will close on January 18, 2019. #CornjerkerPride https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
​At the HS we are currently working on setting up a new Cornjerker Spirit Store to be ran during school starting 2nd semester. In order to make room for this exciting new project, spring cleaning had to start early and we are having to remove all of the old VHS tapes from years past out to clear room. We have VHS tapes, mini cassette tapes, and even a few DVDs from school functions and events spanning over many years. Before we discard these to make room for our new spirit store, we wanted to first offer them to the public. Tapes we have found include graduations, sweetheart dinners, concerts, sporting events, etc. from the last 30+ years. If you or anyone you know would have interest in any of these tapes, please set up an appointment at the high school to go through them. This will be open to the public until Thursday December 20th. After that the remaining videos will be disposed of.
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Stephanie Pratt
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! The science of making pumpkin pie in a bag was delicious! #cornjerkerpride
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Ginger Gonzalez
Here is the team that freed the turkey!
over 2 years ago, Ginger Gonzalez
John Klaber
Freshmen Success Classes Working Hard and Building Towards Their Futures!!! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ginger Gonzalez
Mrs Handy’s class doing break out boxes
over 2 years ago, Ginger Gonzalez
Ginger Gonzalez
Mrs. Handy’s class doing break out boxes!
over 2 years ago, Ginger Gonzalez
John Klaber
We have an exciting new project we are working on at the HS called, "the Hall of Champions." This project will consist of us creating individual displays to celebrating the college, career, and life successes of our recent graduates. If you know anyone starting with the class of 2010 through the the class of 2018 who has or is currently achieving something great in college, career, or life, please submit a picture, short sentence or two describing what is is they did or are currently doing, and their graduation year to the HS office or by emailing them to Kevin Root at rootkm@hoopeston.k12.il.us Our hope is to collect over 50 of these submission before Christmas and will be revealing the displays to our students when they return second semester.
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Dylan Swank
Come give blood until 3:45 at the Student Council Blood Drive in the high school library!
over 2 years ago, Dylan Swank
Zachary Colleen
The marching award winners for this school year. Marching Band enjoying banquet. #CornjerkerPride #MarchingCornjerkers #StudentPressCorp
over 2 years ago, Zachary Colleen
Stephanie Pratt
Learning how to make hamburger helper! Yum!
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Stephanie Pratt
Learning how to brown ground turkey!
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Kimberly Hutzel
More HAHS Breaking out
over 2 years ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Kimberly Hutzel
HAHS Staff collaborating to breakout of Monday’s for the rest of the year! Team building to boost staff relationships #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, Kimberly Hutzel
Stephanie Pratt
Science class using simple machines to zip line super heroes.
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Heidi Crouch
HASAAP FOOTBALL & CHEER AWARDS NIGHT! #cornjerkerpride #hasaap
over 2 years ago, Heidi Crouch
Stephanie Pratt
Science class working with gravity and acceleration to build a marble run.
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Stephanie Pratt
HAHS student showing what they are thankful for.
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Adam Elliott
Sophomores raising money for their class and showing their #CornjerkerPride!
over 2 years ago, Adam Elliott
Stephanie Pratt
Making of cornbread
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Emily McClure
FFA’s Ag Sales team is ready to compete in Paris tonight! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, Emily McClure
Stephanie Pratt
HAHS softball open gyms
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Stephanie Pratt
General Science class using Newton’s laws to build the best pumpkin car!
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Stephanie Pratt
Learning knife safety through pumpkin carving contest.
over 2 years ago, Stephanie Pratt
Ginger Gonzalez
Mrs. Pratt’s Lifeskill Class collected food for Hoopeston food Pantry!
over 2 years ago, Ginger Gonzalez
Kevin Root
Cornjerker Cafe starting this week.
over 2 years ago, Kevin Root
Glenn Brewer
The Man Who Came To Dinner - Take 2
over 2 years ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
The HAHS bowling team won their match in Taylorville! Congratulations to them and Coach Wagner! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS students are showcasing their talents in the production of, “The Man Who Came To Dinner.” #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Glenn Brewer
7th grade BBB winning at the half 20 - 7 vs Cissna Park.
over 2 years ago, Glenn Brewer
John Klaber
The Link Crew invites all HS students to their 3rd Annual Scary Movie Night at 6:30pm in the HS gym. The doors will open at 6:15 pm and we ask students to enter through the HS office doors. Admission is free and students can bring blankets and pillows as they lay on the gym floor to watch the movie. We hope to see you there.
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
Ashley Gondzur
AP Language students participating in a Socratic Seminar about The Scarlet Letter. They’re practicing analysis skills and speaking skills as well as demonstrating their knowledge of the book.
over 2 years ago, Ashley Gondzur
Mary Johnson
HAHS students attending Mental Health Initiative. Listening to Sara Groom Boucek speaking about her mother's suicide when she was 17.
over 2 years ago, Mary Johnson
John Klaber
This is a reminder that tonight we will be holding the Financial Aid Workshop for senior parents from 5:00-7:00 pm in the HS Library. This is a great opportunity to get help with completing the FAFSA forms. We hope to see you there. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Several Hoopeston Area FFA student were able to participate in a once in a lifetime opportunity to hear a sitting president at National Convention. President Trump spoke at the Convention for over an hour on Saturday. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Everyone is on their feet for the playing of the school song! Go Cornjerkers!! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
HAHS Marching Band rocking out to the sounds of “Grease” at the fall concert! #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Senior band and chorus students being honored at the fall concert. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago, John Klaber
John Klaber
Katie Weston, member of the HS Choir, performing a beautiful solo to the song “Please Stay” during the fall concert. #CornjerkerPride
over 2 years ago,