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In collaboration with the Defiance County Health Department and area school districts in Defiance County and NW Ohio, Hicksville Schools have been working diligently on plans for how to safely start the 2020-21 school year. The Governor announced the re-opening guidelines for K-12 schools today. Please be patient as we navigate uncharted territory for the future. Plans will be finalized in the upcoming weeks.
School supplies will once again be available for Hicksville students who qualified for free/reduced lunches during the 2019-20 school year. The Hicksville Community Service Center (419-542-7173) will be distributing the supplies. If you qualify, please call the Center and leave your children’s name(s) and grade that they will be entering in the fall, along with your phone number, by Friday, July 31. Supplies will be available for pick up at the Lifeline Connect Ministry Center, 104 Fountain Street, on Friday, August 14 from 4-7pm and Saturday, August 15 from 9am to noon.
Congratulations to Kyler Baird, Taylor Early, Emily Harmon, and Emma Shuman for all scoring Superior ratings at State Science Fair. Taylor was awarded a $2000 renewable scholarship to Ohio Northern University. Emma was awarded the top Veterinary Medicine Award, earning $250, and a second award of a week's scholarship to the Ohio State Stone Laboratory in Put-in-Bay. Their top performances earned Hicksville High School the Harold C. Shaw Outstanding School Award, one of only 14 schools in the state. Hicksville is so proud of our high achieving science students!
HEVS 4th Quarter Grades are posted on PowerSchool. Please login to your account to view final grades for the 4th quarter / 2nd Semester. If you would like a hard-copy of the 4th quarter please contact the office to make a formal request. Thank you and have a great summer!
Cheerleading Signups: High School & Jr High signups will be on Tuesday, June 9 at 4:00pm. We will meet at the football field parking lot. All information necessary for try-outs will be provided at this meeting. If you are not able to attend the meeting please email Coach Miller at email@example.com
Class of 2020 Caravan Reminder!!! The caravan begins at 4:00pm and will run west on high street and then north on Bryan Street. It will end near the softball fields in the park. Thank you for supporting the class of 2020.
The 2020 Commencement Video will go live at 2:00pm on Sunday, May 31, 2020. Please use the link provided! Remember to report to HHS by 3:45pm on 5/31/20 for the switching of the tassel, mortar-board toss, and caravan. https://youtu.be/9xUNAKzAF3o
The summer lunch program will continue all summer at the Grace Church across from the library. Volunteers from the community will take over for the school starting Mon. June 1. Lunch served 11:00-12:00.
Grab and go lunch sign up for May 26-28. Lunches can be picked up at Grace United Methodists Church. Please note this is for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday only. Information about summer lunch program is located at the bottom of the form. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3A4VcsexGvVUv6i03qG2w97u7b7qM4E015cgpGGB0GN5WNw/viewform
Announcing 2019-2020 Middle School Awards. Congratulations to all of our students for persevering through distance learning and all of its unique challenges. Even though the year did not turn out as we anticipated, there is still so much to celebrate! Great job, Aces! 5TH GRADE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhedePwdLCg&feature=youtu.be 6TH GRADE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzanCKd2GxU 7TH GRADE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaWVINvjVuM 8TH GRADE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIOAA6JsU88
Grab and go lunch sign up for May 18-22 Lunches can be picked up at Grace United Methodists Church https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1h4E5-w_0B5IddfrgpkbTQ9u9aAqc_z8FwVu-kRJe3M8/edit
HHS Class of 2020 - Awarding of the Diplomas - Preparation & Guidance Document - Link for livestream will be provided at a later date https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ebjniaUJkS3WcMviryKqBoOM3cXUM898/view?usp=sharing
Please click the attached hyperlink to access instructions for student pick-up and drop-off of student belongings. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ocp1f9bGybIlT1voJyjb3uMEvM5UPVNy/view?usp=sharing
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for May 11-May 15, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScKOoIJzOy2s-0AhKsFuDQNrAM1xf0OFxzNtEomiHy5MG5icw/viewform
In honor of "Teacher Appreciation Week," Hicksville's Administrative team would like to thank all of our incredible teachers for going above and beyond. Their ability to teach, encourage, and nurture our students to their highest potential truly makes Hicksville Exempted Village Schools exceptional. You make us proud to be Aces! A huge thanks to our third-grade and fourth-grade students, under the direction of Mrs. Montgomery, for a tribute to our K-12 teachers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CzBn9EDNlM
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for May 4-May 8, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvz-Lbt1h01JoAaOgzgcZjs0Sa693s6wYNL-ibPw07VeuKYQ/viewform
Hicksville Schools Teacher Parade on April 25th, 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6USO6tv_yI&feature=youtu.be
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for April 27-May 1, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmoAR12c0OXTgH6L0o7L8OvSXDruZlkRTndzgfBeRVNi_RfA/viewform
There has been a few changes to the parade route on Saturday. Please follow THIS route; Start at Hicksville Schools Left onto High St. Right onto Chicago Ave. Right onto Spencerville St. Left onto Arthur St. Right onto Bryan St. Left onto Hicks St. Left onto S Maple St. Right onto E Smith St. Right onto Columbus St. Left onto High St.
We want to see our kiddos!! The Hicksville staff plans to parade through Hicksville on Saturday, April 25, starting at 10:00 AM. The route is listed below. If your home is not on our route, we encourage you to bring the family and park your car downtown; Start at Hicksville Schools Left onto High St. Right onto Chicago Ave. Left onto Spencerville St. Left onto Arthur St. Right onto Bryan St. Left onto Hicks St. Right onto S Maple St. Right onto E Smith St. Right onto Columbus St. Left onto High St.
Due to the recent announcement from the governor, the National Honor Society induction ceremony will be postponed until the 2020-2021 school year. Thank you for understanding. Senior NHS members will still receive their special tassels for commencement (whether there is a ceremony or not), and I will find a way to get those to you. Thank you! ~ Mrs. Gerken
Due to the governor’s recent announcement and the school shutdown, the high school musical, Little Shop of Horrors, has been cancelled. We are so sad to deliver this news to you. We are discussing plans for a showcase in the fall or winter so that our students can perform some of the musical numbers. They have worked so hard, and we are so proud of them! We will keep you posted! To the seniors: We love you, and we will keep the musical memories with us forever. Thank you.
Sylvan is offering 25+ FREE mini camps for students K-12 this week. Parents can view specific details about each camp and register by going to https://bit.ly/FREEMiniCamps Please Contact Erica Noggle Center Director 419-782-8100 if you have any questions.
Governor DeWine announced schools will remain closed, and should continue to utilize the online learning. HEVS will continue virtual learning with students for the remainder of the 19-20 school year. Stay positive as we continue to work through these trying times.
- Earn House Points at Home - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QY6BAx3mphCudgnGTdNrir2SDGbXD6na/view?usp=sharing
Hicksville Board of Education Regular meeting April 20, 2020 5:30 pm. Public link to view the broadcast live: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/76595202991?pwd=MitDUnozSlF0ZXBQZ0xKVmxMT2l3dz09
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for April 20-April 24, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jCFhON1lQdFNXjWpZm3foWIUThb2RV8c4i8HAr4Av_4/edit
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for April 13-April 17, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. Thank you! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/122AsOa-f9HdO7jeiCE0ERGYgwsVpZ3Ur2lLnBL53LHc/edit
#ACESTRONG: Check out what some of our Aces were doing last week to stay strong in the midst of our current situation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90T8awYcSng&feature=youtu.be
High School Updates (4/4/2020)https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k0nlhTZ-uQznEib26vfT62aDQOnkbU2A/view?usp=sharing
District letter to parents https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lnkJydde_NCQ-ESfOsrFP2m5tt5NzweC/view?usp=sharing
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for April 6-April 9, 2020. Please note that lunches will NOT be distributed on Friday, April 10th as it is Good Friday. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. Thank you! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSft_ohF48Tzwwj5r-eZEqWuEtZKGxQVhvRaGoTBJyQqW3D7mw/viewform
A message for 5th-8th grade students and parents...take two. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PIHEi-UlJwpmrdVacekUuSNvRsFBp-fh/view?usp=sharing
A distance learning message for students and parents grades 5-8. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aE2RGfYyPxUo9YXhNj-hj28SYH_KVJGt/view?usp=sharing
The Governor of Ohio announced today that schools in Ohio will remain closed until May 1. We will continue to reach out to our students and provide lessons electronically. Be sure to complete the survey that was sent out to identify students in need of internet service or a device to access the internet. Students needing a device will be contacted this week to arrange pick up during our lunch distribution.
Before we start distance learning tomorrow, the Hicksville Staff have prepared a message for students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otlblSjsYzs&feature=youtu.be Aces students, parents, and community … now it’s YOUR TURN! It is time to band together and show us what you are all doing to stay strong. Each week we will be asking you to upload videos or pictures to show us all the different things you are doing to stay safe, healthy and positive during this time. At the end of the week, videos will be downloaded and edited into a weekly montage. The final product will then be posted to social media weekly. If you have any questions, please email Mr. Freese - firstname.lastname@example.org Below is a link for you all to share your own videos https://photos.app.goo.gl/6NPuxrc1APC4BsVC6 #acestrong
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for March 30-April 3, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. Thank you! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/15wHdyrxRtlxQfi-s1fMXgetfxQpNyZAmhKPqagKhKHY/edit
Hicksville EVS Update (3/26/20) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZMV6yxo26xCauek01T7H3yFFwF0xXQ5j/view?usp=sharing
HMS (Grade 7 & 8) teachers are hoping to provide a well-organized and simple process for distance learning during this challenging period. Please check-out our newsletter below for information on how we plan to organize e-learning assignments. https://www.smore.com/deh8x
“Grab and Go” food distribution sign up for March 23-27, 2020. They will be passed out from 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Methodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. Thank you! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5KfLYFiGK2ST23Lzez7eeS3zfuEUazdQMiA9_Em2UPaJ_bQ/viewform
As we plan to implement distance learning, please complete the attached form so we can better understand your technology needs. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfoKHMB6bNnTbGfL87G4SSQOSUUsneDt2S07UdaN_ngqJmvmg/viewform
“Grab and Go” food distribution is set for Wednesday, March 18, 11:00-12:00 at the Grace United Metodist church. Please fill out this form so that we can be sure to prepare enough food for each family. We will send out a new form each week to keep up with changes. Thank you! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrOW01eGyECev02AUiQjMs2Sq8qTICWz09Ir09dqdMBOm8NA/viewform
In light of new information being released by governor DeWine, we are anticipating a potential extension of the state imposed school shut down. With that being said, our teachers are being provided professional development pertaining to distance learning for our students. The next few days will also allow for our teachers to establish meaningful academic opportunities for all students in our district, those with electronic devices and those without. Additional information will be provided ASAP, but please know that we are working to establish distance learning opportunities for our students that are meaningful and effective.
Senior Trip Update: The senior trip scheduled for March 18-21 is officially cancelled. We will have a mandatory meeting to discuss our options on Sunday, March 15 at 6:00pm in the LMC/Library. Please only bring one parent (student should attend too) in order to stay under the state mandated threshold of 100 people. All participants should enter through the MS/HS entrance. Thank you.
The high school musical has been postponed due to the governor’s mandate. We hope to perform the show in May, and we will have more information soon. Stay tuned!
We are aware of the governor's mandate to shut down all schools in the state. Tomorrow, Friday, March 13, 2020, will be our last day. We anticipate to resume on Monday, April 6, 2020. All activities and all practices are suspended during this time. We will update as available.
Tonights (3/12/20) Boys' Basketball/Cheerleading Banquet has been POSTPONED.
The Archery Tournament scheduled for Saturday, March 14 has been cancelled. At this time there has been no discussion for rescheduling the event.
Senior Trip Meeting: All parents of students attending and chaperones attending the senior trip need to attend a meeting on Sunday, March 15 at 6:00pm. We will meet in the commons to discuss the current corona virus concerns and the upcoming senior trip. Thank you
Class of 2021 Parent & Student Prom Meeting: Thursday, March 12 @ 6:00pm in the community room. Please enter through the MS/HS entrance.
Meet our talented ensemble! These hard-working singers, dancers, and actors do it all!! They really make the whole production come together. Don't miss LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS! Tickets are now on sale! http://bit.ly/hhsmusical2020
Tickets are now on sale for this year's high school musical, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS! Don't miss this hilarious, quirky show, which runs April 2-5 at the Huber Opera House and features 22 talented singers and actors! Get your tickets online today! http://bit.ly/hhsmusical2020
March Full Deck Newspaper link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ECY6LZfToWEbJd6a36yaClUVTRRSDEZnBEiwE8C1aUc/edit?usp=sharing
Class of 2021: Junior class parent meeting on Monday, March 2 at 6 PM in the community room 123/125. Please enter through the high school doors.
Hicksville Schools will be on a 2 Hour Delay on Friday, February 28th
Musical rehearsal for this evening (2/27) has been cancelled.
Hicksville Schools will be CLOSED today, February 27th
Hicksville Schools will be on a 2 Hour Delay today, February 27th
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 55 Ayersville 63 Final after 4 OT’s Great season boys!
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 53 Ayersville 53 Can you say....OVERTIME #4
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 53 Ayersville 53 Heading to TRIPLE OT
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 44 Ayersville 44 Heading to DOUBLE OT
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 40 Ayersville 40 Heading to overtime
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 27 Ayersville 28 End of 3rd Q
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 11 Ayersville 16 Halftime
Aces Boys 🏀 Sectional Semi Aces 6 Ayersville 10 End of 1Q
Reminder: Mandatory Senior Trip Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, February 25 at 6:30pm in the commons.
Lady Aces 🏀 39 #2 Ottawa Glandorf 67 Final Great job this season!
Lady Aces Basketball vs #2 Ottawa Glandorf Down 39-12 Halftime
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 49 Allen East 32 Final Sectional Semi Game
Just a reminder that there is a PTO meeting scheduled for tonight, February 13, at 6:30 PM in the Community Room. Please come and share your ideas.
Hicksville Schools will be delayed two hours. Repeating Hicksville Schools will be on a two hour delay today.
Tomorrow, February 12, we will operate on a two-hour delay schedule for a teacher in-service.
Hicksville Schools closed today because of icy back roads. In addition we feel the extra long weekend may help clear up the flu absences we have been having. Again Hicksville Schools is closed today.
Hicksville schools will delay two hours today. Repeating Hicksville Schools is delayed two hours.
High school musical rehearsal for this evening, 2/6/20, has been cancelled.
The JH boys' basketball game scheduled for today (2/6/20) at Antwerp has been CANCELLED.
Hicksville schools will be closed today repeating Hicksville schools are closed.
Hicksville Schools will be in a two hour delay tomorrow. Again, Hicksville Schools will be on a two hour delay tomorrow.
The wrestling tournament scheduled for Saturday, January 18th at Archbold has been POSTPONED until February 15th.
Photos from today's Christmas festivities: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12XbYmn62RTAq76849ys0AwbMZ6XeWkt0?usp=sharing
VARSITY BOYS’ ROUTE 49 CLASSIC – The Varsity Boys’ Route 49 Classic on December 28th at Hicksville will begin two hours earlier than originally scheduled. The consolation game will begin at 4:00PM followed by the championship game.
The Yearbook Class is in need of sports pictures for grades 7-12. We are trying to highlight as many students as possible. If you have images you are willing to share of students engaged in fall sports, please email to email@example.com.
JV GIRLS’ ROUTE 49 CLASSIC – There has been a change in the schedule for the JV Girls’ Route 49 Classic. The first game of the tournament will be played on December 19th at Edon (JH Gym) at 6:00PM. Hicksville will play in the second game that will begin at approximately 7:00PM.
JV GIRLS' ROUTE 49 CLASSIC - The second round of the JV Girls' Route 49 Classic will take place on Friday, December 27th at Hicksville. The consolation game will begin at 10:00AM followed by the championship game.
Hicksville is on a two hour delay repeating Hicksville Schools is on a two hour delay.
Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow, December 13 is our PTO meeting at 6:30 PM in the Community Room. We encourage any interested parents to attend.
Check out the November Full Deck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1C-LAx_AZc1OJmCiO0E-nnDYBSF84GShtGXK3eUdZUTE/edit?usp=sharing
Today is your last opportunity to see our students in grades 5 through 8 present ‘Frozen Jr.’ at the Huber Opera House at 2:00 PM. This is a great show! Don’t miss out!
Students in grades 5-8 will be presenting ‘Frozen Jr.’ this weekend. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7 PM. The Sunday show is at 2 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the door or at https://hicksville-schools.square.site
Reminder: Mix 98.1 will have a live broadcast from Hicksville EVS tomorrow (11/18/19). Please consider donating a gift or you can provide a monetary donation. Thank you!
Correction the time at Buffalo Wild Wings is from 6:00-8:00 pm.
Tonight from four to six o’clock Buffalo Wild Wings in Fort Wayne by Walmart will be donating 10%of your meal to the Hicksville Initiative. The money earned will go to the students as rewards and house celebrations. See you there!
Just a reminder that we will be operating on a two-hour delay schedule tomorrow, November 13, for a teacher in-service.
The high school boys' basketball scrimmage scheduled for today (11/12/19) with Defiance has been CANCELLED.
Hicksville schools will be closed today. Repeating. Hicksville schools is closed.
Hicksville Schools will be on a 2-hour delay Tuesday, November 12.
Students in grades 5-8 are presenting the musical, ‘Frozen Jr.’ at the Huber on November 22, 23rd and 24th. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased through the following link or at the door. No tickets will be sold in the school offices. hicksville-schools.square.site
Tomorrow, November 1, is the last day to make a reservation for the Veterans Day program on November 11, 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM. Either call the Elementary office at 419-542-7475 or Mrs. Coffman via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
October Full Deck Newspaper https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/16kRLr8qLP9XU6AAlpxORxoRzIcmF1Tskf_jpKp9phgA/edit?usp=sharing
Thank you to Mrs. Tasha Eicher for coming to our Career classes and discussing her incredible journey to becoming President of Parkview Dekalb hospital.
Aces 🏈 vs Tinora Aces 21-14 Final Great job Aces!
Aces 🏈 vs Tinora Aces lead 21-14 4:48 remaining in 4th Q
Aces 🏈 vs Rams Down 6-14 Halftime
Lady Aces Volleyball 🏐 Vs Evergreen Lost in 5 games in sectional play Great season Aces!
Class of 2021 - Parent & Student Meeting - Tuesday, October 15 at 6:00pm - Please meet in the Commons
Parent Teachers Conferences: Wednesday 10/16/19: 3:15pm -6:15 pm Thursday 10/17/19: 3:15pm- 7:45pm Parents of students grades 5-12 who would like to request conferences with one or more of your child's teachers please visit http://conferences.hicksvilleschools.org
SENIOR TRIP MEETING (Parents & Students) - Monday, Sept. 30, 2019 at 7:00pm - Meeting will take place in room 123/125 - You May enter through the HS entrance and Main Event entrance. Thank you!
Good evening. We apologize for any confusion, but K-6 school pictures are scheduled for Monday, September 23. Not tomorrow. Only preschool students and students in grades 7-12 have pictures tomorrow.
We are continually trying to improve the traffic flow here at the school. The new way of picking up elementary students is working well and has eliminated cars parked on Rt. #2 in the afternoon. We believe removing the stop sign at the main entrance will also help with the traffic flow. Obviously, this does not mean you pull out of our drive onto St. Rt #2 without looking. What it does mean is once you have a clear vision of the road and it is free of traffic then it is not necessary to stop. This will get cars moving much quicker as opposed to each car stopping. We encourage everyone to use extreme caution when pulling out onto St. Rt. #2 just like they would pulling out of any other business parking lot. This sign will be removed prior to Monday, September 23, 2019.
Just a reminder that we will be operating on a two-hour delay schedule tomorrow, Wednesday, September 18 for a teacher in-service.
Lady Aces 🏐 Varsity beat Eastside 3-0 JV won 2-0 Great job ladies!
Attention HHS Seniors: Josten’s will be here on Wednesday, Sept. 11th from 7:30am - 8:00am in the commons. Please make sure to bring in your Graduation Order Packet form and payment. Thank you!
Lady Aces 🏐 Aces defeated North Central Aces lost to Liberty Center Keep working hard ♠️♥️♦️♣️
Lady Aces 🏐 Aces 25 North central 18 Lead 1-0
Hicksville Aces 🏈 Aces - 33 Crestview - 13 Final Great job Aces ♥️♣️♦️♠️
Hicksville Aces 🏈 Aces 20 Crestview 13 End of 3rd Quarter
Hicksville Aces 🏈 Aces - 12 Crestview - 7 Halftime
Hicksville Aces 🏈 Aces - 6 Crestview - 0 End of 1st Quarter
Lady Aces 🏐 earned a hard fought victory over Continental tonight! Great job and keep working hard. ♠️♦️♣️♥️
Reminder: Tonight is our Mini Aces Volleyball Team night and meet & greet. This starts at roughly 6:20pm tonight (8/29/19).
Aces 🏐 played Hilltop tough tonight but lost in 5 sets. Keep working hard and battle to get better!
Class of 2021 — A parent and student meeting will take place on Wednesday, August 28 at 5:30pm in the commons. Please enter through the main event entrance. Thank you!
Aces 🏐 drop one to Wauseon 20 - 25 15 - 25 14 - 25 They will be back in action on Monday at Hilltop.
Hello. Students who have not picked up their laptops can do so tonight during open house from 6 PM - 7 PM. You must pay the computer protection. You can pay online, with cash, check, or credit card.
Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! Just a reminder our back to school open house for first through twelfth grade students is tomorrow, Thursday, August 22nd from 6-7. We hope to see you there!
Hicksville High Students - This is a reminder that all student schedule changes must be completed prior to the beginning of the school year. Our goal is to have accurate numbers for class sizes and accurate numbers for sections to be offered. Thank you!
7th grade orientation will take place Tuesday, August 13, 2019 from 6-7pm in the Commons. All 7th grade students and their parents are asked to attend. At the conclusion of the orientation, 7th grade students may pick-up their laptops if all fees are paid, and the correct forms have been filled out.
Just a quick note regarding laptop pickup. 7th graders will have orientation later this month and will be able to pick up their laptops at that time. Only grades 8-12 are able to get their laptops before 7th grade orientation. Sorry about the confusion and the incorrect post.
Students in grades 7-12 may pick up their laptops beginning Mon., Aug. 5 from 9 AM until 3 PM. Please stop in the HS office to check out the computer. Computer Protection must be paid. Any billed damages will need to be paid. Final Forms must also be completed!
DEADLINE- FRIDAY, July 26 School supplies will once again be available for Hicksville students who qualified for free/reduced lunches during the 2018-19 school year. The Hicksville Community Service Center (419-542-7173) will be distributing the supplies. If you qualify, please call the Center and leave your children’s name(s) and grade that they will be entering in the fall, along with your phone number, by Friday, July 26. Supplies will be available for pick up at the Lifeline Connect Ministry Center, 104 Fountain Street, on Tuesday, August 13 from 1-4pm and Wednesday, August 14 from 4-7pm.
Congratulations to Mrs. Gerken’s Drama I students! On Thursday, May 23, they performed IS THERE A COMIC IN THE HOUSE? This comedy in two acts was a hilarious success! This served as the final project for the class. Bravo! Huge thanks to Michael Myers and Josh Swift for stepping in at the last minute.
Reminder....MANDATORY Commencement practice for the graduating class of 2019 will take place in the high school gym on Thursday, May 30 at 9:00am
The JV baseball game today (May 17th) with Wayne Trace is CANCELLED.
The varsity softball game scheduled for Friday (May 17th) at Ayersville has been POSTPONED until Monday, May 20th. Game time is 5:30PM.
The Community Memorial Hospital will be at the school this Friday (May 17th) from 3:00-5:00PM to perform sports physicals. The cost of a physical is $10. Athletes and their parents should fill out/update and sign their physical form on FinalForms. The physical form needs to be printed and brought with the athlete for their physical.
The varsity softball game at Ayersville scheduled for today (May 13th) has been CANCELLED. It has been rescheduled for Friday, May 17th at 5:30PM.
The varsity baseball game scheduled for today (May 13th) with Swanton has been CANCELLED.
Monday, May 13, 2019 — HEVS will host a Senior Citizens Brunch in the commons. We ask all staff and students NOT to park in the main event parking lot. Thank you!
Due to wet field conditions at Holgate, the varsity baseball game scheduled for Saturday (May 11th) has been moved to HICKSVILLE. Start time will be at 11:00AM.
Reminder: The district art show will be open from 4:00-7:00 tonight. Please enter through the main event entrance.
The Hicksville Science Club will be selling their reusable shopping bags at the Mother's Day Flower Sale tomorrow (Friday) from 3:30PM-6PM. We hope to see you there!
The JV baseball game with Fairview scheduled for today (5/9/19) has been cancelled.
The varsity softball game scheduled for today (May 3rd) at Ayersville has been CANCELLED.
The Jr. High Track Meet scheduled for today (5/2/19) at Fairview is CANCELLED.
The varsity baseball game scheduled for today (5/2/19) with Wayne Trace has been CANCELLED.
The JV softball game scheduled for today (May 1st) has been CANCELLED.
Did your student forget to drop off their caps and lids today? As of today, we have collected 413 lbs. of plastic caps and lids. Amazing! We have decided to keep the House collection going for the remainder of the week. Let's get to 500 pounds, Aces!
The varsity track meet scheduled for today (4/30/19) at Tinora has been CANCELLED.
The Varsity Softball, JV Baseball, and Varsity Baseball games scheduled for today (4/30/19) have been CANCELLED.
Mrs. Gerken’s 5th period English 11 students shared their original children’s books with several elementary classes today. The students had a great time reading and sharing! It’s so great to see the interaction between the younger students and the older ones! The 2nd period students will share their stories on Wednesday.
The varsity softball game scheduled for today (4/29/19) at Continental has been CANCELLED.
Todays (4/29/19) varsity baseball game at Hamilton has been CANCELLED.
Thursday, April 25, 2019 Mini Aces track practice is cancelled because of the weather.
Aces Basketball District IV Champions apparel is HERE! Link to order: https://fusiongraphicsllc.com/?orderby=date Store Closes Sunday, May 5th at 11:59 pm. Items will be available for pick-up on May 22nd in the commons from 3pm to 6pm.
Happy Earth Day, Aces! To help celebrate, the Hicksville Science Club would like to offer our reusable bags for sale. The bags were designed by our students and are $10 each. Please email Natalie Zachrich (email@example.com) to place your order. Thank you!
Saturday, April 20,2019 Due to the weather conditions. The Hicksville Invitational Track meet has been canceled for today.
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Just a reminder that we will be operating on a two-hour delay schedule tomorrow, April 10.
Lady Aces Softball Dekalb 1 Aces 2 Final after 9 innings of play Great Win!
The Varsity Baseball game scheduled for Friday, April 5th at Edon has been CANCELLED.
Family Fun Night. Free Fort Wayne Komet’s tickets for the Sunday, April 7, 5:00 game. Limited tickets available. Send a note with your child requesting the amount of tickets or email Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no phone calls.
Regional Semifinals @ BGSU Crestview 58 Aces 42 Final Great season Aces!!!
Regional Semi Finals @ BGSU Crestview 46 Aces 35 End of 3rd Q
Regional Semifinals @ BGSU Crestview 17 Aces 16 End of 1st Q
REGIONAL TICKET (PHONE OPTION) - Presale tickets may be ordered over the phone by calling the Stroh Center at 419-372-0000 or 1-877-247-8842. The tickets will then be emailed directly to the purchaser. Please mention that you are ordering tickets for HICKSVILLE so that our school will get credit for the ticket sales. The Stroh Center will accept phone presale orders on Monday for $7. Phone orders for game day tickets on Tuesday will be $8.
REGIONAL TICKET INFORMATION - Regional Basketball Tickets will be on sale in the HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE from 7:15am-5:30pm on Monday (March 11th) and from 7:15am-2:00PM on Tuesday (March 12th). ALL tickets are $7. Tickets at the gate are $8. EVERYONE must have a ticket. There will be a $5 charge to park. It will be a SPLIT SESSION. The first game will start at 6:15pm and the Hicksville/Crestview game will follow at approximately 8:00pm.
REGIONAL SEMIFINALS – The Aces will take on Crestview in the Regional Semifinals at Bowling Green State University’s Stroh Center on Tuesday, March 12th at 8PM.
Shout out to Parker Thiel on reaching 1,000 points during the District Championship game!
ACES BOYS BASKETBALL 🏀 2019 DISTRICT CHAMPIONS Pettisville 51 ACES 68 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 District Final @ Napoleon Pettisville 38 Aces 45 Start of 4th Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 District Final @ Napoleon Pettisville 34 Aces 34 Halftime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 District Finals @ Napoleon Pettisville 25 Aces 27 2nd Quarter
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The Aces will take on Pettisville in the District Final on Friday, March 8th at 7PM at Napoleon High School. Presale tickets will be on sale today (Thursday) until 5:30PM in the high school office. Tickets will be available again on Friday in the high school office until 2PM. Adult tickets are $6 and student tickets are $4.
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 District Semi Final at Napoleon Edgerton 38 Aces 53 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 District Semi Final at Napoleon Edgerton 28 Aces 38 Start of 4th Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 District Semi final at Napoleon Edgerton 23 Aces 25 Halftime
The corrected GMC shirts will be available for pickup tomorrow from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM outside the High School Office.
Parents, grandparents, and caretakers: Please be aware that some nasty challenges (like the Momo Challenge) are hacking into children's online programs. Challenges are appearing midway through Kids YouTube videos, Fortnight videos on YouTube, social messaging apps, and Peppa Pig videos etc. in order to avoid detection by adults. As always, please be vigilant with your child using technology. Such images are very disturbing, and the comments can be dangerous.
Presale tickets for WEDNESDAYS District Boys' Basketball Game at Napoleon are on sale in the high school office. They will be on sale until 2:00PM on Wednesday. Adult tickets are $6 and student tickets are $4.
The District Boys' Basketball Tournament Game at Napoleon versus Edgerton has been moved to WEDNESDAY March 6th. Tipoff is scheduled for 6:15PM.
Hicksville Schools will host a levy informational meeting at 6:00 pm tomorrow, Sunday, March 3rd in the school commons. This meeting is open to the public and is meant to educate the voting public about the levy regardless of where they currently stand on this issue.
Hicksville defeats Ayersville 70-48. Sectional Champs!
Aces lead Ayersville 31-18 at the half in tournament action.
Musical tickets are now on sale in the high school office. They are $12 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets will also be available at the door. Please join us for a magical experience as the HHS Drama Department presents Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at the Huber Opera House! The show runs March 14-17. We have over 50 students in the cast and crew this year! The characters will also make an appearance at the Daddy/Daughter Dance on Saturday, March 9. Get your picture with the cast at the dance or at the show!
Presale tickets for the boys' basketball sectional final game are currently on sale in the high school office. Tickets will be on sale until Friday at 2:00PM. Adult tickets are $6 and student tickets are $4. The Aces will take on either Ayersville or Holgate on Friday at Defiance High School starting at 6:15PM.
The 5th grade students finished up a unit in Mrs. Saunder's science class covering force and motion by designing and creating cardboard carnival games containing concepts such as pushes, pulls, gravity and friction. The second graders were then invited to play. Many students provided prizes, and based on the classroom volume alone, a fun time was had by all!
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Miller City 45 Aces 58 Final Great job on senior night! Aces enter the post season at 20-2
Third-quarter, midterm grades are now available online.
Aces Varsity Boys Basketball 🏀 Hilltop 5 Aces 33 Halftime
Boys JV Basketball 🏀 Hilltop 13 Aces 54 Final
Girls Sectional Semi-Final 🏀 Hicksville 19 Paulding 54 Final
BE OUR GUEST, as the Hicksville High School Drama Department presents BEAUTY AND THE BEAST! We are very excited to reveal this year’s musical poster design, created by senior Riley Figgins and our art teacher Mr. Joey Stevenson. Come see this amazing cast of singers, actors, and dancers! The students have been working very hard to bring you a terrific show, as always! The production runs March 14-17 at the Huber Opera House! Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. They can be purchased at the door or in the high school office starting March 1. We hope to see you there for this “tale as old as time”!
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 North Central 34 Aces 44 Final
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 North Central 14 Aces 30 End of 3rd Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Wayne Trace 67 Aces 62 Final OT Aces and Raiders are Co-GMC Champs
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 vs Wayne Trace Overtime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Wayne Trace 48 Aces 52 1:00 left in 4th Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Wayne Trace 32 Aces 27 3rd Q
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 Aces 20 Wayne Trace 63 Final
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 Aces 18 Wayne Trace 46 End of 3 Q
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 Aces 14 Wayne Trace 30 Halftime
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 Aces 7 Wayne Trace 10 End of 1st Q
The JV and varsity girls' basketball games scheduled for this evening (2/12/19) with North Central have been postponed. They will be played this Saturday February 16th at 11:00am.
The Hicksville 7th Grade Boys' Basketball Tournament has been cancelled for the 2018-2019 season.
Hicksville Schools will be Closed today.
Hicksville Schools is on a two hour delay today.
Hicksville Schools will be on a two hour delay today.
The Hicksville Boys' Basketball Team will begin tournament action on Friday March 1st at Defiance High School. Tipoff for this sectional championship game is set for 6:15PM. The Aces will play the winner of the Ayersville and Holgate game.
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Pettisville 47 Aces 66 Final Great game Aces ♥️♣️♠️♦️
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Pettisville 29 Aces 47 End of 3Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Pettisville 16 Aces 37 Halftime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Pettisville 12 Aces 20 End of 1st Q
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 Edon 50 Aces 47 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 56 Fairview 36 Final Aces clinch at least a tie for GMC Title
Aces Varsity Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 42 Fairview 27 End of 3rd Q
Aces Varsity Basketball 🏀 Aces 22 Fairview 18 Halftime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 8 Fairview 13 End of 1st Q
Lady Aces Division III 🏀 Sectional Draw Aces vs. Paulding Tuesday, February 19, 2019 @Lincolnview High School
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 35 Crestview 60 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 27 Crestview 45 End of 3rd Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 13 Crestview 30 Halftime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Edgerton 33 Aces 35 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Edgerton 24 Aces 26 End of 3rd Q
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Edgerton 15 Aces 14 Halftime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Edgerton 6 Aces 12 End of 1st Q
Hicksville Schools will be on a two hour delay today.
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 42 Edgerton 25 Final
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 35 Edgerton 16 End of 3rd Q
Lady Aces JV 🏀 Aces 33 Edgerton 26 Final
Attention freshmen: Class ring and class jewelry order forms can be placed on Wednesday, February sixth, during lunch. Please bring your order forms and down payment. Also, the oldest class ring contest submission will be due at lunch on February sixth.
The high school boys basketball team will make up the game at North Central on February 18th. The JV game will begin at 6:00PM.
The jr. high boys basketball game scheduled for Thursday, January 31st at Bryan has been CANCELLED.
Hicksville Schools will be Closed Wednesday and Thursday.
Hicksville Schools are Closed for the day.
Hicksville Schools is on a two hour delay today.
♦️♥️8th grade Lady Aces🏀 defeat Holgate 25-11♣️♠️ The girls will play the winner of Ayersville/Fairview in the GMC Championship game 🏆Saturday 10:00 🕙 @ Wayne Trace. Good luck ladies!
Musical rehearsal for tonight, 1/28/19, has been cancelled. Stay safe!
Aces Boys 🏀 Aces 58 Antwerp 53 Final Great Win Aces!!! ♦️♠️♥️♣️
Aces Boys 🏀 Aces 44 Antwerp 30 End of 3rd Q
Aces Boys 🏀 Aces 33 Antwerp 18 Halftime
Aces Boys 🏀 Aces 7 Antwerp 3 End of 1st q
January Full Deck Newspaper https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-8G66aHCL71JDYi9ydZ_jiwTIQ60MUFhq31VYpVDIAQ/edit?usp=sharing
Lady Aces Basketball 🏀 Aces 13 Antwerp 19 End of 3rd Q
Varsity Girls 🏀 Aces 8 Antwerp 13 Halftime
Hicksville Schools Closed
Hicksville Schools will be delayed two hours today.
The varsity boys basketball game scheduled for tonight at North Central has been POSTPONED. It has been rescheduled for January 29th.
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 12 Tinora 18 Halftime Broadcast on 105.7
The wrestling tournament scheduled for tomorrow at Archbold has been cancelled.
The Jr. High Girls GMC Basketball Tournament scheduled for this Saturday (Jan. 19th) has been POSTPONED until next Saturday (Jan. 26th).
Hicksville Boys go to 11-0 on the season with 49-41 victory over Tinora. 🏀🏀🏀❤️♣️♠️♦️
🏀🏀🏀Aces lead Rams 41-28🏀🏀🏀
At the half, Aces lead 31-17 ♠️ ❤️ ♦️♣️
Aces lead Tinora 14-8 at the end of the first quarter. 🏀🏀🏀
Lady Aces Varsity 🏀 Aces 43 Fayette 34 Final
Aces Varsity Girls 🏀 Aces 33 Fayette 18 End of 3rd Q
Aces Girls Varsity 🏀 Aces 24 Fayette 15 Halftime
Aces JV Girls 🏀 Aces 21 Fayette 16 Final
Aces Girls Basketball Aces 12 Fayette 8 End of 1st Q
The JV and varsity boys basketball games that were cancelled last Saturday have been rescheduled for February 21st at 6:00PM. There will NOT be a freshman game.
Just a reminder that Family Literacy Night is scheduled for tomorrow from 6 to 8 PM in the Commons. Come enjoy hot chocolate and cookies while playing bingo for chances to win fun prizes.
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 30 Holgate 39 Final
Lady Aces Varsity 🏀 Aces 12 Holgate 23 Halftime
Lady Aces JV 🏀 Aces 33 Holgate 3 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 55 Holgate 35 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 44 Holgate 13 End of 3rd Quarter
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 23 Holgate 7 Halftime
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Aces 13 Holgate 7 End of 1st Quarter
HHS Class of 2021 - Class meeting on Monday, January 14, 2019 at 6:30pm - Please enter through the Main Event Entrance - Location…Auxiliary Gym
Lady Aces 🏀 with a big win today! Aces 41 Crestview 38 Final
Aces Boys Basketball 🏀 Route 49 Classic Aces 71 Edon 26 Final
December Full Deck Newspaper: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1E5R776oVNFYhld0ncx_azyXH8G15klf6Il7Deftsw-Y/edit?usp=sharing
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 32 Bryan 55 Final
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 27 Bryan 46 End of 3rd Q
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 19 Bryan 36 Halftime
Lady Aces 🏀 Aces 11 @ Bryan 27 2nd Quarter
Boys 🏀 Aces 65 Bryan 49 Final
Boys 🏀 Aces 43 Bryan 35 End of 3rd Q
Boys 🏀 Aces 30 Bryan 27 Halftime
Boys 🏀 Aces 17 Bryan 11 End of 1st Q
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Final Lady Aces 🏀 35 Fairview 53
Lady Aces 🏀 28 Fairview. 42 End of 3rd
Lady Aces 🏀 17 Fairview 25 Halftime
Lady Aces 🏀 down to Paulding 31 - 36 End of 3rd Q
Lady Aces 🏀 down to Paulding 23 - 26 Halftime
Lady Aces 🏀 leads Paulding 14 - 13 End of 1st Q
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November Full Deck link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1F1eOMZZZAOMHcsr0lYS02y8VqwpoefIXB4yIcNV_na8/edit?usp=sharing
Here are our ACES shout-outs for the week: Friday, November 16 Mr. Hunter has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to Aaron Rasey for going out of his way to pick up trash that was not his in the cafeteria. Thanks Aaron! *A shout-out to Joda Freese, Aubrie Baird and Lynae Poling for welcoming another student to come and eat lunch with them. Nice job, ladies! *A shout-out to the cast and crew of Elf Jr., for a great performance last night. Make sure to stop out this weekend to check them out! *A shout-out to Mrs. Pam Slattery and Mrs. Welling for being the best secretaries around, thank you both for making our school run!!! Mrs. Harmon has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to the cast of Elf Jr. They have put in A LOT of hours getting ready for this show, and as a result, put on an AMAZING show last night! Good luck at your next three performances! *A shout-out to the crew of Elf Jr. You help to make the show a success!! *A shout-out to Mr. and Mrs. Olsen. They have invested so much time and effort into the show! Your dedication is greatly appreciated! *A shout-out to the high school band for an outstanding performance Sunday at the Veteran’s Memorial. Despite the cold weather, you were all respectful and were a positive reflection of our school. Miss North would like to give shout-out to Robin Bauer for helping her with the open enrollment process. You are a life-saver for her today. Thank you, Robin!! Mr. Olsen has the following shout-outs: *A SpaikleJolleyTwinkleJingley shout-out to the Cast, Crew, and Staff of ELF Jr.!!! What a fantastic opening night performance! Can’t wait to see what amazing energy you bring to the stage tonight, Saturday, and Sunday afternoon! Congratulations on the World’s Greatest Souvlaki! *A mammoth shout-out to all the wonderful people who have helped make our show a success. Thank you Pam Slattery, Matt Hoffman, the entire Hicksville Admin team, all of the teachers, and parents who listened to the actors rehearse their line and songs at all hours of the day and night, and especially Lauren Olsen, who poured heart, soul, blood, sweat, and tears into these kids to make them the best performers they could be. *A final shout-out to the town of Hicksville. Never have I lived in such a place that is so supportive of its students, the arts, and the magic of theatre. Thank you to the people who come and those who are coming to see our beloved musical. We hope to share some of our love and take you away to a miraculous place for 75 minutes. See you soon! Mr. Gaghan would like to give a shout-out to Mr. Lawrence for completing our Essential Ace Shout-Out Video today even though he was out of the building. Thank you for your commitment and time to help make this special announcement for our Essential Ace! Mrs. Pierman would like to give a shout-out to the Cookers for making her so proud of them. You have taken great care of everyone while she has been out. Thank you! Mr. Slattery has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to Essential Ace Reagan Neidhardt. Congratulations!! *A shout-out to the cast and crew of Elf Jr. Your opening night performance was great!! *A shout-out to Mr. Andy Hunter and Mrs. Kirsten Coffman for covering the high school side while I was out of the building this week. *A shout-out to Carl Ruppert.....HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! *A shout-out to Mr. Parker Thiel. Thank you for being such a good leader and for keeping your table in check while at lunch.
The high school boys basketball scrimmage scheduled for tonight at Defiance has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for Saturday, November 17th at 1:00PM.
The volleyball banquet scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.
Hicksville Schools Closed again Hicksville Schools Closed today.
Hicksville Schools is on a two hour delay
Parents/Guardians, On Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Hicksville Exempted Village Schools will conduct a state mandated school safety drill with the Hicksville PD and Defiance County Sheriff’s Department. Thank you.
Just a reminder that we will be operating on a two hour delay tomorrow, November 14, for a teacher in-service.
Here are our ACES shout-outs for this week: Mrs. Laney has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to Brandon Hamilton for helping Mrs. Strubing while she was absent. Thanks for always having a smile and a positive attitude, Brandon. *A shout-out to Alli Steury for being such a great leader in yearbook class. Alli is very helpful to all her peers and helps keep the class running smoothly. She volunteers to help during her study hall to complete any tasks she sees that needs done. Thanks for being her right hand, Alli! *A shout-out to the JV Academic Team, who went undefeated in regular season play, and placed second in the Williams County League Tournament on Tuesday. Great job, Team! *A shout-out to Mrs. Hoffman! She is a great help for our students on a daily basis, and she is a great friend, as well. She is always there with a smile and does her very best to help in any way she can. Thanks for making research projects a much less stressful process! Mrs. Geiger would like to give a shout-out to Josiah Ankney for finding German Christmas cookies at the store and bringing them in to share with the class. Your thoughtfulness and generosity were much appreciated. Mrs. Geiger would also like to give a chocolatey thank you to Alpatha Coleman for bringing her snacks. :) Mrs. Blue would like to give a shout-out to Becca Foss for taking time out of her day to clean up the Supervised Study kitchen area. She washed the dirty dishes and wiped down the counters. We really appreciate that she loves to help out around the school!! Tina McCain and Eric Bassett would like to give a SHOUT-OUT to ALL individuals who helped tear down the Commons/Gym and for ALL who helped reset it. THANK YOU!!! Mr. Kohlmeier has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to Mr. Slattery, Mr. Hunter and Mrs. Coffman for organizing two meaningful Veteran’s Day ceremonies today. A lot of extra hours go into planning an event like this and your hard work and extra hours on this project is appreciated. *A shout-out to all students involved in today’s assembly. You represented our school superbly. A special shout-out to the Aces Bands and Choirs for their work preparing and performing in appreciation of our veterans today. Mr. Hunter has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to all of our student council members, band, choir, color guard and all of the students who helped in today’s assembly. Great job, Aces!!! *A shout-out to our Veterans for all of their service and sacrifice. We truly appreciate all that you do! *A shout-out to Brant Langham for the muffin the other morning. It was AMAZING. Thank you! Mr. Freese would like to give a shout-out to Lynae Poling for always being so helpful, and such a polite and caring student. All you do is much appreciated. Thanks!! Mrs. Liddell would like to give a huge shout-out to Tyler Nunez for helping her grade today! It helped more than you will ever know. Mrs. Karacson would like to give a shout-out to Mr. Olsen, Mr. Kohlmeier, and all of the band and choir members who played/sang at the Veteran’s Day Assembly. You all did a great job. Mrs. Leon would like to give a shout-out to Sophie Clark and Reagen Denning for brightening her morning by helping her get caught up on a project. Also, a shout-out to Hunter White for helping a student make a pie chart on the computer. Mrs. Gerken has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to Tiffany Chiappetta and Makayla Sullivan. Good luck at the state cross country meet! We are very proud of you! *A shout-out to Mrs. Amber Zachrich for helping her on Tuesday when she had to stay home with a sick child. Thanks for running copies off for her sub. You’re the best! *A shout-out to her Drama 1 class for being amazing and putting so much effort into your upcoming “Masked Ball” mystery project. It’s going to be awesome! *A shout-out to everyone who planned and participated in the Veteran’s Day assembly today. Great work! Thank you to her class officers for serving as greeters and speakers. Mr. Gahagan has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out to Aubrey LaFave for using her Homebase time to hang up posters for the upcoming Poetry Out Loud competition. He appreciates you being so helpful! *A shout-out to Mrs. Hoffman for making the time to work with students who are being on their senior project research papers. Our students are so lucky to have you as their librarian and an extra source for help! *A shout-out to Makayla Sullivan and Tiffany Chiappetta for making it to the State CC Meet. We know that you’ll do great, and all of the Aces are rooting you on! Your hard work and diligence has paid off - enjoy yourselves. Great job this week ACES. Have a great weekend and keep making a difference.
Here are our ACES shout-outs for the week: Mrs. Pierman would like to give a shout-out to Zane Tryznka. He knows all about Essentials 15 & 20 and practiced them this week when he was kind enough to come back into the kitchen and tell her that she forgot to charge him for a cookie. How Awesome! Thank you, Zane!!! Mrs. Pierman would also like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Savage for being a Cooker on Wednesday and stepping in and helping serve lunch!!! Mr. Gaghan would like to give shout-out to Emma Osterman for helping him carry the large Elf the Musical set pieces to Mr. Olsen’s room this week. It was very thoughtful of you to ask if he needed help. Thank you for being kind and helpful. Mrs. Hoffman has the following shout-outs: *A shout-out and thank you to the three students from Mrs. Stuckey’s class who helped her clean up the pen/pencil spill in the LMC. You are so thoughtful. *A shout-out and thank you to Mrs. A Zachrich, Ms. Rees, and Mrs. Gerken and their students for displaying their class projects in the LMC. Thank you for brightening up the LMC just a bit more! *A shout-out and thank you to Mr. Foster for bringing Mrs. Clinker and Mrs. Hoffman cans of pop this week. That was so kind of you! Mrs. Brown would like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Sweet and Mrs. Leon for organizing the Veteran’s Food Collection! Thank you to everyone who donated items!!!! Mrs. Geiger would like to give a shout-out to Samantha Klima for picking up after other people. Thank you, Samantha. She would also like to give shout-outs to Mrs. Leon, Mrs. Liddell, Mr. Gahagan and Mr. Stevenson for helping her come up with creative ideas for Foreign Language Club. Mrs. Geiger would also like to give a delicious thank you to Mrs. Leon’s 4th period class for sharing their food. :) Mrs. Leon would like to give shout-outs to Owen Grimes, Holly Bennett and Tory Rafferty for always helping clean up on cooking days. Your help saver her time. Thank you!! Mrs. Bostelman would like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Holly Kobee for supplying a delicious breakfast for the volleyball girls. Your kindness is greatly appreciated. Mrs. Chamberlain would like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Sweet and her 8th grade Teen Decision class for their work on the Red Ribbon Week Videos. Thank you!! Coach Eric Bassett would like to give a shout-out to Micah Schroeder. She was voted in by the coaches in the Northwest District to the Second Team All-District Golf. She also received a Certificate of Recognition (for Academic Excellence) by the Ohio High School Golf Coaches Association, and and Academic All Ohio Award. Congratulations Michael!! Have a great weekend ACES and keep making a difference!
Taking reservations through tomorrow for our upcoming Veterans’ Day program on Friday, November 9, 8:30 AM-10:00 AM. Call 419-542-7475 to reserve a spot.
Aces 🏈 wins 29-26 vs Wayne Trace
Aces 🏈 leads Wayne Trace 23 - 18 End of 3rd
Aces 🏈 leads Wayne Trace 15 - 6 Halftime
Here are our ACES shout-outs for this week: Mr. Hunter has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to all of our students of the quarter! Keep up the great work!! *A shout-out to Mrs. Leon and Mrs. Bostelman for all of your hard work in putting the student of the quarter together! *A shout-out to Destany Henderson for all of her hard work on Mr. Hunter’s special project! *A shout-out to Mr. Ferrell for being named middle school teacher of the quarter. Mr. Countryman has the following shout-outs for this week: *He would like to give a shout-out and big thank you to his admin team for holding down the fort in his absence. He knows things are getting taken care of correctly by Mrs. Coffman, Mr. Hunter, and Mr. Slattery, thanks guys!! *A shout-out and thanks to his drive Eric Bassett. He went to his house and brought him to school for a special meeting. Then he drove him home. Mr. Countryman felt like Miss Daisy! Thanks, Eric. The ride was much appreciated. *A shout-out to those who have provided meals for Mr. Countryman and his family. It has really helped out. *A shout-out and special thanks for all the prayers sent his way. He is getting better every day and looking forward to seeing everyone soon! Mrs. Gerken has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to everyone who attended the Drama Club meeting. Beauty and the Beast is going to be a phenomenal show! They are very excited for auditions November/December! Start practicing those songs! *A shout-out to her Drama 1 class. Thanks for being a great group of kids and a wonderful way to end her day! *A shout-out to the new members of the academic team, especially Miciah Ankney. You did a great job at your first meet on Wednesday! *A shout-out to Mr. Stevenson. Thank you for giving them poster board and other supplies for their English 9 projects. Some of the posters are really incredible. Thank you! You rock! Mrs. Chamberlain would like to give Tony Gilbert and Mr. Stevenson shout-outs for their work on the Red Ribbon Week Banner. Your help and efforts are greatly appreciated!!! Mr. Gaghan would like to give a shout-out to his 6th grade A-Day class for helping him paint set pieces for Elf the Musical today. Your help was greatly appreciated and helped him get the foundation colors for all of the pieces ready for detail work. You all rock!!! Mr. Stevenson has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out and thank you to Tony Gilbert for creating a really great banner for Red Ribbon Week. Great job and thank you for sharing your time and talents to help our school! *A shout-out and thank you to Lex Koerber, Brock Wilson, and Jade McClish for helping him bring in large sheets of cardboard from outside this morning! *A shout-out and thank you to Ms. Rees and her students for their efforts with the recycling program. Thank you for putting your time and efforts toward such a great initiative! Mr. Slattery has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Mrs. Leon and all the volunteers that participated in the Innovative Interviews. *A shout-out to out Aces cheerleaders and marching band for their continued support at Friday night football. *A shout-out and good luck to Makayla Sullivan and Tiffanie Chiappetta at the Regional cross country competition. Have a great weekend ACES and keep making a difference.
Visit Fort Wayne Buffalo Wild Wings on Maysville Rd. On Oct. 24 between 6-8pm and 10% of your bill will be donated to Hicksville Initiative!
Sectional Finals Aces Volleyball was defeated 3 - 1 By Swanton Great season ladies!
Sectional Finals 🏐 Action Aces vs Swanton Down 2 - 1
Aces 🏈 8 Antwerp 28 Final
Aces 🏈 vs Antwerp Down 14-8 Halftime
Aces 🏈 Leads Antwerp 8-0 End of 1Q
Here are our shout-outs for this week: in the cafeteria after he was finished eating. Thank you for working to keep our school looking great, Aiden!! Mrs Strubing would like to give shout-outs to Rylan Bassett and Noah Shaffer. They both stepped up and went above and beyond in helping her with some technical issues when she was in subbing for us this week. Thank you much!!!! An ACES shout-out to Community Memorial Hospital for their donation of school supplies. Your generosity is much appreciated! Thank you! Mrs Chamberlain would like to give a shout-out to Mallory Sarchet for her continued work on the STEP Career Videos, and a special shout-out for the treat she brought her this week. Thank you, Mallory!!! Mr. Hunter would like to give a shout-out to the 7-12 choirs for their great vocal performances last night!! Mr. Hunter would also like to give a shout-out to Misty White for always going above and beyond keeping our school clean and germ free! Thank you!! Mrs. Leon has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to the following people for helping her bring in the many items from her car this week: Josh White, Gary Thatcher, Gunnar Carwile, Dakota Schooley, Jacob Miller, Dylan Early, Scott Keeran, Ethan Coplin. Many hands make light work!!! Thank you!! *A shout-out to Kalic Banks and Holly Bennett for volunteering to clean up dishes! *A shout-out to Elizabeth Frost and Raegan Neidhardt for helping prepare food. You rock girls!! Mr. Kohlmeier has the following shout-outs for this week: *Shout-outs to the Middle School and High School Choirs for their hard work preparing and performing an excellent concert last night!! Bravo Tutti! *A shout-out to Angela Betz for accompanying the Middle School Choir on flute and stepping in at the last minute to turn pages for Mr. Kohlmeier. Thank you!! *A shout-out to Mr. Bassett and the custodians for always having the commons ready to go and looking great for the concerts!! Mrs. Geiger has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Katie Bergman and Taylor Larry for taking extra notes for students who were absent. *A shout-out to Samantha Klima for taking care of the house point night sheet during the JH football game last Tuesday. *A shout-out to Angela Betz for reminder her of very important events!! *Shout-outs to Mr. Dave Blue and Mr. Slattery for helping her at the volleyball concession stand on Wednesday until her volunteers could get there. Shout-outs to Denny and Ava Geiger for “volunteering” *A BIG thank you and shout-out to Denae Carwile for hosting a geometry study group in 3rd period study hall. Mr. Payne would like to vie a shout-out to the Girls CC team for winning the first CC GMC championship since 1987! Great job to the following athletes: Tiffany Chiappetta, Makayla Sullivan, Taylor Metz, Addi Strubing, Angela Betz, Elizabeth Delagrange, Emma Payne, Alexa Michalel, Ivy Bromagen. Mrs. Melissa Altman and the preschool would like to give a shout-out to Mr. Bassett for driving them to the fire station! Mrs. Gerken would like to give a shout-out to Taylor Metz. Thanks for the wave and smile every day! It makes her day! Mr. Olsen has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to John Adams for coming to save the day when the curtain rope broke on Wednesday morning! You are the best, John! Thank you for your help! *A shout-out to Mr. Bergman for covering a Kindergarten class when the stage was out of commission due to rehearsals and broken curtain! *A shout-out to the JH and HS Choirs for a fantastic performance last night! The audience was wowed by your musicianship and talent. Looking forward to a great season of concerts this year!
Sectional Semifinal Lady Aces 🏐 defeated Delta 3 -0 Aces will play Swanton at Tinora on Saturday, October 20, 2018 @ 11:00am
Aces 🏈 with a victory over Tinora 22-7
Aces 🏈 leads Tinora 14-7 7:20 4th Q
Aces 🏈 vs Tinora Down 6-7 10:33 4th Q
Aces 🏈 leads Tinora 6-0 End of 3
Aces 🏈 leads Tinora 6-0 Halftime
Here are our ACES shout-outs for this week: Thursday, October 11 Mrs. Welling would like to give shout-out to Summer Schooley for turning in cash that she found in the hallway. Thank you for being a great Ace, Summer. Mr. Rosebrock has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Ms. Rees and the 5-8 student council for helping out with concessions at the volleyball game, and a special shout-out to the students who stayed well past the time they were scheduled to help clean up. Thank you!! *A shout-out to Mrs. Chamberlain for helping us get set up before the game when we weren’t sure what to do. *A shout-out to Mr. Gahagan for giving up his evening to help the student council run the concession stand. Thank you! Numerous people would like to give a shout-out to Mr. Perna for providing free coffee and hot chocolate to our Hicksville staff. You Rock Mr. Perna!! Thank you, you made MANY people’s day today. Mr. Hunter would like to give a shout-out to Tori Rafferty for stepping up and helping him and Mr. Slattery lift a grill into the back of a truck. Thanks Tori!!! Mrs. Liddell would like to give a shout-out to her first period Spanish II class for making the start of her day a good one!!! Mrs. Pierman would like to give a shout-out to The Cookers for going the extra mile in making the staff meal tonight!! Thank you!!! Mrs. Pierman would also like to give shout-outs to Mr. Shaffer and Mr. Hoffman for saving her from her computer issue last week. Your help was greatly appreciated! Ms. Rees has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Paul Overmyer for generously taking off his jacket so a seventh grader could wear it outside for today’s water quality testing. Thank you!! *A shout-out to the Defiance SWCD for spending the last two days here helping us study the quality of our schoolyard water. The students had a great time!! Miss Nye would like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Finzer for bringing her a delicious coffee today from Amanda Lee’s coffee!! Thank you!! Mr. Freese has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Barron Neidhardt for volunteering to help with Mr. Countryman’s weekly video announcements. *A shout-out to Beth Booker for her exemplary efforts in class. *A shout-out to Mallory Sarchet for her exemplary work in Video Productions putting together career/STEP videos! Mrs. Brown would like to give a shout-out to Mr. Ferrell and his students for working on cleaning up the garden! She would also like to give a shout-out to Damien Asher for helping her in her kindergarten classroom! Mrs. Chamberlain would like to give a shout-out to community members Justin Kuhn, Jim Schmidt, Jodi Bland and Caleb Savage for helping out with our Career Videos for our STEP program. Your willingness to participate and help educate our kids about different careers and career paths is much appreciated!!!
Attention Hicksville High Senior Parents - Please check with your senior to make sure they had a LifeTouch Senior Photo taken at HHS. These are the only photos used for the composite picture at graduation. Picture retakes will take place on 10/22/18 from 7:15am - 11:00am.
Parent-Teacher conferences are Wednesday and Thursday this week. Parents of students in grades 7-12 can schedule a time to talk with their student's teachers by going to http://conferences.hicksvilleschools.org. Follow the instructions to make an appointment.
Hicksville schools closed. Repeating Hicksville schools closed for the day.
Hicksville schools is on a two hour delay Repeating. Hicksville schools is on a two hour delay today.
Aces 🏈 beat Fairview 32-29 Great game Aces!!!
ACES shout-outs for the week: Rebecca Foss would like to give a shout-out to Mr. Slattery for opening her car door for her one day this week. Thank you, Mr. Slattery! Mr. Countryman would like to give a shout-out to those students who ride the activity bus. Thanks for being patient and flexible each day, and most of all, thanks for choosing good behaviors as you wait for the bus. Keep up the great work!!! Mrs. Chamberlain would like to give a shout-out to Harold Johnson for acting quickly and getting help for a student during lunch. She would also like to give a shout-out to Mr. Ferrell for his help with that student. Thank you both!!!! Mrs. Hoffman would like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Amber Zachrich’s Algebra 1 classes for sharing their apple and pumpkin story problems with the LMC. Thank you for helping us decorate the library for fall. They look great! Señora Liddell would like to give the following shout-outs this week: *Shout-outs to Parker Thiel, Dylan Early, and Dylan Meek. She loves having you in class and appreciates your effort. You three are always respectful and attentive and she appreciates it. *A shout-out to Katie Chapman for always being so enthusiastic in class. She loves it!!! *A shout-out to Frau Geiger and Tara Welling for always being willing to help and being a good friend. Mrs. Husted would like to give a shout-out to Mackenzie Miller for helping them move some heavy tables that were needed for the library book sale last night. We appreciate your hard work and willing attitude. Mr. Davis would like to give a shout-out to Ethan Coplin for teaching about Calvin and the Protestant Reformation to his AP Europe class. He would also like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Leon for allowing Ethan to miss her class to teach his. Mr. Kohlmeier would like to give a shout-out to the Middle School and High School Bands for and outstanding rehearsal last night, and preparing a great performance for tonight’s game! Good Luck tonight!! Go Aces Band! Mrs. Chamberlain would like to give a shout-out to Logan Potter and Rylen Bassett for showing our Hicksville Essentials in action and greeting visitors in our building today. Great job, boys!!! Mrs. Chamberlain would also like to give a shout-out to Hadyn Farrar. Thank you for helping her move tables and chairs in the cafeteria during lunch today. Misty White would like to give shout-outs to Keyon’Dre Cooper and Dawson Keeley for helping her pick up trash in the commons after first grade lunch today. Thank you!! Mrs. Leon has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Landon Turnbull and Boston Hootman for carrying in Mrs. Leon’s groceries. Your help was greatly appreciated. *A shout-out to Raegen Neidhardt for giving up her study hall to help her in her classroom. You rock!! Thank you!! Mr. Gaghan has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to the 142 students and community members who have started following @aces_k-12 on instagram this week! Thank you for supporting this new way of providing house point challenges and having special Hicksville Initiative announcements!! *A shout-out to Mrs. Siebenaler and Mr. Olsen for helping out with a house joint challenge tonight at the football game. We appreciate your willingness to help! Mr. Stevenson has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Mrs. Geiger and her husband for helping him out this morning when he locked his keys in his car (whoops). You both really helped him out today and he so appreciates it. *A shout-out to Alissa Thompson for always being so positive and respectful in his classes. Your kindness and positivity are infectious and it is really appreciated! Mr. Olsen would like to give a shout-out to the Cast of Elf. They have blocked the first half of the show and things are starting to look and sound good! Keep up the hard work!! Great job this week ACES!! Keep making a difference.
The freshmen girls volleyball game for Monday, October 1st has been canceled. The JV game will begin at 5:30pm followed by the Varsity game @ Paulding High School.
A reminder that today (9/28/18) is mid-terms for the 1st quarter. Please log on to PowerSchool and check your students updated grades. Parent teacher conferences are: October 10th from 3:15-6:15 October 11th from 3:15-7:45 Grades 7-12 please sign up at: Conferences.hicksvilleschools.org Grades K-6 that have yet to sign up please email the teacher or contact the Elementary office at 419-542-7475.
Here are our ACES shout-outs for the week: Trenton Vetter would like to give a shout-out to Andrew Scott for doing such a great job in the Science stations last Thursday and Friday. He would also like to give a shout-out to Karson Crites for doing a great job in reading class!! Misty White and Tina McCain would like to give a shout-out to Alex Walter for all his help in the commons after he finishes his lunch! He always walks around and gathers garbage off of the floor. It’s a very busy time for them and he is a big help. Thank you Alex!!!! Maria Saunders and Owen Joyner would like to give a shout-out to Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Diehl for giving the 6th grade chances for bonus point on their recent quiz. Thank you!! Mrs. Gerken would like to give a shout-out to everyone who helped with Homecoming this year. There are too many names to mention, but thanks to everyone who helped. Thank you to our float judges and class advisors. Very special thanks to Missy Lee, Amber Zachrich, Jeff Haught, Jen Bergman, Julie Harmon, Troy and Jessica Potter, and Julie Siebenaler. HUGE thanks to Tara Welling and Mike Blue for helping to making it a success. Thanks to the students and staff who really made spirit week fun. Lastly, thanks to her awesome student council members who worked really hard on the dance. Thanks to the custodians for setting up the dance floor and helping to clean up after the dance. If I missed anyone, THANK YOU!! Mrs. Stuckey would like to give a shout-out to the 8th grade girls volleyball team for the great win against Tinora! They really gave it their all and showed those Rams how to play!! Keep up the great work and enthusiasm to win! Mrs. Stuckey would also like to give a shout-out to Shirley Meyer (Lisa and Annie’s mom) for making the delicious Ohio cookies for some of our 4th graders! They had fun learning about Ohio’s cities in a fun way! Thank you! Mrs. Geiger would like to give a shout-out to Brody Balser for returning a dropped item to another student. Thank you, Brody! Mrs. Hoffman has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out and thank you to Kalic Banks for making the HS Book Club publicity signs. They looked GREAT! *A shout-out and thank you to the LMC Student Helpers Holly Bennett, Taylor Metz, Grace Garza, Ian Greutman, Karlie Scher, Tiffany Chiappetta, Alexa Michael, and Sydney Bland, who provided extra help while Mrs. Clinker was gone on Thursday. A special thank you to Mr. Suffel for being our “guest reader” and Ian Greutman for being his assistant during Thursday’s kindergarten special. THANK YOU all for being so flexible. You did a FANTASTIC JOB! *A shout-out to Jacob Evans for giving her the LMC sign made with the 3D pen. That was so nice of you! Josiah Ankney would like to give a shout-out to all of his teachers: Mrs. Bostleman, Mr. Kohlmeier, Mr. Haught, Mrs. Gerken, Mr. Davis and Mr. Shock. For making everyday of school great and teaching new things everyday. He would also like to give shout-outs to Mrs. Altman and Mr. Payne for pushing him to always be his best, not just in Cross-Country but in life. Mrs. Gerken would like to give a special shout-out to Isaac Wilhelm. First of all, it’s his birthday (HAPPY BIRTHDAY)! Second, Isaac went above and beyond when we were decorating for the Homecoming dance. We had accidentally thrown away some items that we needed, and Isaac jumped into the dumpster outside the school and retrieved those items from the trash. Not many people would have done that. Way to be a team player! Thanks for being such a hard worker! Señora Liddell has the following shout-outs for this week: *A shout-out to Mrs. Hoffman for always being so willing to help out in any way she can. *Shout-outs to Mason Commisso and Dustin Noto for helping put things away and clean up messes in her room. *A shout-out to the recycling students for coming ing and emptying her recycle bin, even though she forgot to put it out. *Shout-outs to Cooper Caley and Ashton Gilbert for cutting out all the laminating during home base. *A shout-out to her Spanish IV students for just being you. She loves ending her day with all of you. Great job this week ACES. Have a great weekend and keep making a difference.
Hicksville schools are closed for the day.
Hicksville School is on a two hour delay today.
Hicksville Schools 10 year anniversary open house is today from 2-4 pm. Be sure to stop out.
Hicksville Schools 10 year open house is scheduled for this Sunday, September 9, 2018 from 2-4 pm. Stop out for a tour and to see how our building is holding up.
Aces, are you ready for another year. We are. Thanks to @phhswagner for the idea. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idUP9OUY6CE
Good morning. We are adding today until 3 PM as additional time to pick up your laptop. You will also be able to get your computer during Open House from 6 PM until 7 PM tonight.
Reminder: HEVS open house from 6-7pm on Thursday, August 23. This is for grades 1-12.
This is a reminder there are only 4 more opportunities to pick up your laptops before the first day of school. Please stop by the office on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday from 8 AM until 3 PM or on Thursday during Open House from 6 PM until 7 PM. You must have your computer protection paid in order to receive your laptop. You can pay online or with a check, cash, or credit/debit card. Thank you.
Reminder - 7th Grade Orientation is tonight from 6:00-7:30 in the Commons. All incoming 7th gr. students and a parent are asked to attend.
Be sure to check out our new website at http://www.hicksvilleschools.org. There is now an App available for both iOS and Android.
Hello. Attention students in grades eight through twelve. This year, laptop pickup will begin on Monday, August 6th and continue through August 22nd. You will be able to come in during the hours of 8 AM until 12 PM and from 1 PM until 3 PM. You will need to have your computer protection paid and all your FinalForms documents filled out. Pickup will also be available during Open House on August 23rd from 6 PM until 7 PM. Thank you.
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DEADLINE - JULY 27 JUST A REMINDER: School supplies will once again be available for Hicksville students who qualified for free/reduced lunches during the 2017-2018 school year. The Hicksville Community Service Center will be distributing the supplies. If you qualify for this service, please contact them at 419-542-7173 to let them know your child(ren)'s name and grade(s) that he/she will be entering this upcoming school year. Again, please call with requests by Friday, July 27.
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