We would like to remind all Hazen students that the 3 Behavior
Expectations at our school are that
all students must be Respectful,
Engaged and Safe.
Congratulations to the Hazen Music Department! Kudos to the Hazen Music Department for their spectacular concert performances this week! Both the Middle and High School groups were outstanding and provided delightful evenings of entertainment for concert goers. Thank you so much!!
Hazen Athlete Stands Out! John Sperry, Athletic Director, got a phone call last night from a parent from Champlain Valley Union High School who could not say enough good things about one of our athletes and it had nothing to do with his athletic performance. Instead, the caller bragged about what a mature, polite, friendly, and professional young man he is. This type of feedback is what Hazen should be known for and should make us all very proud. Thank you, Jeremy Ducharme, for representing Hazen in such a positive manner and for setting the standard that all Hazen students should try to achieve! Go Wildcats!
Dance! Dance! Dance! Spring is in the air and Hazen Wildcats are ready to kick up their heels! The Student Council will sponsor a dance for students in grades 9 through 12 on Friday, April 11, from 7 to 10 PM in the gym. Students wishing to bring a guest must sign up in the front office before the end of the school day on Wednesday. Admission to the dance is $5.00.
Community Dinner and Presentation: Hazen Union School and Healthy Lamoille Valley are teaming up to host a Lasagna Dinner and special presentation on Thursday, April 24, 2014. The evening will begin with a free lasagna dinner at 5:30 PM in the Hazen cafeteria followed by Michael Nerney's presentation - Time to Talk About Youth; Drugs, Brains and Behavior. This engaging presentation will provide parents information and practical ideas for talking with their child about a difficult subject.
All You Can Eat Pie Breakfast! The Class of 2014 is having a fundraiser to
support their class trip. Seniors will be selling tickets to an “All You Can
Eat Pie Breakfast” on Saturday, April 26, from 10 AM to 12 noon. For only $5 for students and $8 for adults,
you can get pie, pie, more pie and all the fixin’s in the Hazen Cafeteria. Don’t miss out!!
School Store: Forget your pencil?? The Hazen School Store is open in the cafeteria during the morning break
from 9:10 to 9:24 AM. Prices are very affordable…. from $.05 to $1.50. Come on down and
check out what is available.
Fall Term After-School Enrichment Activities:
Healthy Living and Movement Club: Dance with Joni has changed their meeting to 4:15 PM. Joni is accepting new participants. See Kate or Lynn for information. This club includes a weekly 1 hour Hip Hop class in the Open Space at the Hardwick Inn by Joni's School of Dance. Advisers: Kate Bertolini and Lynn Patenaude
Swimming Club: Meets on Mondays from 2:45 to 5:45 PM. A bus is provided to the pool at Johnson State College. Adviser: Ms. Allen
Drama Club: Meets Mondays through Fridays as required, Adviser: Mr, Considine
Key Club: Meets every other Wednesday during TA. Adviser: Mrs. Brochu
Italian for an Afternoon: Meets monthly - 5/15 with Ms. Delzio.
Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Club: Students interested in Fly Tying and Fly Fishing should join Mr. Modry's group on Tuesdays, from 2:45 to 3:45 in Room 13. See Mr. Modry or Mike Clark if you have questions.