With Khan Academy - You can keep learning anything. For free. For everyone. Forever!
Recently, a study was completed (see the video here) that proved using Khan's Academy's free Official SAT Practice is associated with an average score gain of 115 points! nearly doubel the average score gain for those students that don't use the free test prep. The Officail SAT Practice is free for everyone and personalized for each student. If you don't have the recommended 20 hours to practice, don't worry! Shorter periods of time is also correlated with meaningful score gains - in fact, 6 hours of studying can bring an average of 90 point increase! Below you can find the link to the Official SAT Practice, a link to Khan Academy's main site! Get your Khan on!
October 23rd - 31st the School City of Hobart is celebrating Red Ribbon Week to spread awareness about drug abuse and prevention. This week is to inform students about the harmful effects of drugs, explaining how they can say "no", and educate and encourage participation in drug prevention!
Join the Building Brickies at their 4th annual Trunk or Treat! This is a great opportunity to bring your little one to a safe trick or treating environment! 5:30pm - 7pm at the Early Learning Center - please park in the front parking lot, all spooky trunks will be in the back of the school. Happy Halloween!
Have you signed up for the Here Comes the Bus App? With many recent updates and the school year well on it's way, it is better than ever! You can view in real-time the location of our student's bus, when and where you child boards or exits the bus, receive notification when the bus is near, and be able to do this all on your smartphone, table, or computer! Visit hobart.schoolwires.com/herecomesthebus for more information and east step-by-step instructions and take the worry away!
Not feeling well? Come and see Julie at the Brickie Clinic! Call their office to make an appointment today! Julie and her staff will get you in, out, and on your way. Located IN Hobart High School! 945-9383
Every year the JROTC work together to create quarterly newsletters to highlight their accomplishments and service in our schools, community, and nation! Each newsletter is created and written by the members of the JROTC and they do a great job! Take a look at the first quarter newsletter for the 2017 - 18 school year!
Hi Brickies! With most everything being digital these days we thought we would create a digital Focus on Education! Instead of receiving an issue in the Fall and the Spring, you will now receive an issue every month! We are excited about the change and hope that you are too! We will be sending them through Skyward and will also post on the School City of Hobart Website, Facebook page, and Twitter! #brickieup
Click here to see September 2017!
Congratulations Liberty Elementary!
Each year, the IDOE recognizes schools that perform in the upper 25th percentile of schools in performance on ISTEP+ and ECA state exams, as well as their rating determined by the national No Child Left Behind statute's Adequate Yearly Progress. These schools make the 2016 Four Star List. This year we are PROUD to announce the our wonderful LIBERTY ELEMENTARY made the list! Congratulations to ALL of the staff at Liberty for their hard work and dedication to the students. Click here to see a complete list of schools that received the award, as well as more information about the qualifications for the award.
Did you know that every school in the School City of Hobart is accredited by AdvancEd's North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement?
You can learn more by visiting our
AdvancEd Data Profiles and Action Plans
on this web site.
Click on the links below to learn how we
ENGAGE, EXPERIENCE & EXCEL
in helping our students be successful!
Video clips of students showcasing
I AM READY!
HHS is part of the
Indiana College Accelerated Network
The 8 Conditions That Make a Difference for Student Aspirations:
Podcasts by Dr. Buffington
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The Quagila Institute
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