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Awards Assembly on May 1

While many schools conduct numerous all-school assemblies during the year, Hutchinson High School has very few with only one — the Senior Awards Assembly – bringing everyone together at the same time. This year’s assembly will start at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, in the Salthawk Activity Center.

            This is a time when the district celebrates the accomplishments of its seniors in a very public way. Scholarships earned by the students will be announced as well as other student and staff awards.

            Parents of seniors and the public are invited to the event.

Wiley, HMS at Allen named Apollo schools

Two Hutchinson USD 308 elementary schools were named as Apollo schools by the Kansas State Board of Education today (April 16, 2019). The state Board approved Wiley Elementary School and Hutchinson Magnet School at Allen as Apollo schools.

Under the program, districts designate schools to be redesigned around five outcomes that include improving graduation rates, post-secondary success, kindergarten readiness, individualized learning and social-emotional skills.

Kisner receives national recognition

Kisner photoHutchinson High School’s Hailey Kisner recently was selected to receive the 2019 Taking Down Tobacco Trainer of the Year Award. Kisner is a member of the Hutchinson Career and Technical Education Academy’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Chapter.

The award is given to a student who has engaged in the Taking Down Tobacco and Train the Trainer programs and highlights the advocacy skills they have received from the trainings. Applicants must complete the Taking Down Tobacco training, be a registered trainer, and be an FCCLA member in order to receive the $1,000 award.

Armstrong to lead cross country in 2019-20

Another Salthawk has returned to the flock to coach.


Brooks Armstrong

Brooks Armstrong, a May graduate from Kansas State University, will be the new head coach for Hutchinson High School cross country. A 2015 graduate of HHS, Armstrong is an education major at KSU and already has signed a contract to teach math at Hutch High for the 2019-20 school year.

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