• Reminder: No school for students, Monday, Jan. 28 for Teacher Training Day

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  • Buy a Brick

    For Hazen’s 50th Anniversary, we are offering a chance for community members to create an everlasting symbol of their legacy by purchasing an engraved paver! The paver will become part of the base or path to a 50th anniversary statue, to be completed by June of 2019. Check out the sample brick in the ASB Office and go to the Hazen website Quick Links for purchase!

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  • Athletic Spring Clearing

    If you plan on trying out for baseball, softball, girls tennis, track and field, or boys soccer: FamilyID is now open for registration. Starting February 4th, you will be able to start the clearing process during lunches and after school until 3pm.

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  • Running Start

    If you are you interested in participating in the Running Start program next year, your school counselors have set aside time to tell you how the program works. Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 13th during lunch or Tuesday, Feb. 26 during lunch in the Lecture Hall to learn all about the Running Start program! We’re also offering Family Running Start Info Sessions on the same days at 6pm in the Hazen Auditorium.

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  • AP Students

    Testing is coming up - register soon!

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  • Are you looking for some quick volunteer hours?

    Donate to the Key Club Hygiene Drive! Accepting any hygiene products like toothpaste, feminine hygiene products, soap, and more! All in hopes of making a change for our community! Just drop them off in the career center and see Mr. Nguyen to see how many hours you can get!

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  • Hazen’s 50th Anniversary celebration, FiftyFest!

    Come one, come all! You, your family, and any alumni you know are invited to attend Hazen’s 50th Anniversary celebration, FiftyFest! This event takes place on Wednesday, January 23 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The schedule for the night is as follows: 6:00 – 7:00: School tours, food, student displays and networking 7:00 – 8:00: Night time pep assembly with recognition of alumni, former staff, teams, and performances by Hazen’s Chamber Choir and Marching Band.

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  • Want to bring one of your friends from another school to the dance?

    That’s no problem! This dance has unlimited guest passes so grab a form outside Assistant Principal Hardtke’s office, and fill it out to buy a ticket for your friend. All guest passes have to be turned into to the ASB Office no later than January 24th at 2:30pm. We want every Highlander to have the opportunity to come to this Beach Blowout Party, so regardless of how many detentions or fines you have you will still be able to come to this dance. The leadership team is also looking for volunteers that can help set up before and after the dance; volunteer hours will be given. If you’re interested, contact Mr. Savala in room D204 or Senior Class President Chris Rogers. This is the first informal dance of the year and we can’t wait to see you all there! This will for sure be a dance that you want to brag about on your snapchat story.

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  • Big Bank Take Lil Bank! Rain Drop, Drop Top!

    And many other of your favorite songs will be played at the Winter Dance! The Theme of the Dance is Beach Blowout so show us your best school appropriate beach themed outfit. The dance is on January 26th ! Tickets will go on sale this Friday so be sure to buy one. Ticket Prices will be $10 with or without ASB. If you would like to suggest any songs there is a music suggestion box directly outside of the ASB office.

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  • Juniors and Seniors!

    Are you interested in learning more about careers based on your strengths and interests? Come sign up in the Career Center to take the ASVAB, the career exploration and aptitude test.

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  • Are you still having trouble logging into the computers or Skyward?

    Come to the Library and get help from Mrs. Eide before or after school, during lunch or any time with your teacher's permission. The issue we were having with 9th graders "moving up" should be resolved. If it isn't Mrs. Eide needs to know about it. She can help with Skyward, Canvas and email too!

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  • Canvas Parent Sign-Up Instructions 2018

    Some things have changed for parents who are accessing Canvas as observers to their student’s coursework. Click on the headline for more info.

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The Hazen Vision

  • The Hazen Community supports each member to achieve our maximum potential, both in and outside of the classroom.

     

    We will achieve this by...

    Taking PRIDE in our own work and the work of the community while heeding each member's personal story and supporting their future plans.

    Creating an inclusive environment of UNITY, where all members see themselves reflected in the work as we create opportunities to showcase talents, interests, and cultures.

    Preparing all community members for ACHIEVEMENT by supporting rigorous intellectual development, technological literacy, and social responsibility.

     

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