MORNING DROP OFF PROCEDURES
Reminder to Parents & Guardians: Please drop students off at the sidewalk and not in the parking lot. Potential safety issue. Thank you, School Administration.
The Hubbard Food Service Department wants to remind you of the many benefits that the MySchoolBucks.com® website has to offer. The online payment service provides a quick and easy way to add money to your student’s meal account using a credit/debit card or electronic check.
PLUS, you can also view recent purchases, check balances, and set-up low balance alerts for your computer or mobile device for FREE!
Convenience - Available 24/7 on the web or through our mobile app for your smartphone
• Efficiency - Make payments for all your students, even if they attend different buildings within the district. Eliminate the need for your students to take money to school.
• Control - Set low balance alerts, view account activity, recurring/automatic payments & more!
• Flexibility - Make payments using credit/debit cards and electronic checks.
• Security - MySchoolBucks adheres to the highest security standards, including PCI and CISP.
Enrollment is easy!
• Go to www.MySchoolBucks.com and register for a free account.
• Add your students using their school name and student ID.
• Make a payment to your students’ accounts with your credit/debit card or electronic check.
A program fee may apply. You will have the opportunity to review any fees and cancel if you choose, before you are charged.
If you have any questions, contact MySchoolBucks directly:
• Visit myschoolbucks.com and click on Help
ES Holiday Concert
Prior to winter break, hundreds of proud parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and friends gathered at the Hubbard Auditorium to hear the students of Hubbard Elementary perform their annual winter concerts. Under the direction of Miss Danielle Aurandt, students in grades K-4 performed a variety of holiday songs and dances with a total of 5 concerts. These concerts gave the students the opportunity to perform as a group in front of a large audience and even speak individually. The students did a wonderful job and demonstrated the strength of our elementary music program and the importance it has to the overall development of our young students. Music at the elementary level helps develop language, reasoning, focus, and coordination skills. Through music, students also learn how to work together as a team and create a final product with a feeling of genuine accomplishment.
Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. Music is science, math, language, and physical education, but most importantly, music is ART. It is one of the most magical aspects of human life that shapes people and cultures from every part of the world. Music, however, does not need to make excuses for itself. As Emerson wrote, “Beauty is its own excuse for being.” Without music, our lives would be less whole, less human, less valuable, and less complete.
VFW Honors Hubbard Schools
In honor of our outstanding Veterans Day assemblies over the past several years, the VFW presented Hubbard Elementary and Middle Schools with a medal and certificate/award for their continued support to the veterans of Hubbard post 3767.
Hubbard Band Students participate in OMEA District 5 Band
Each year, choral students from Ashtabula, Mahoning and Trumbull counties are chosen to participate in the OMEA District 5 Honors Band. This year’s group had nearly 200 students who participated. Among them were seven students from the Hubbard Middle School band and three from the Hubbard High School band. The students spent 2 days rehearsing band music with guest conductors Dr. Frank Tracz, Director of Bands Kansas State University and Mrs. Nancy Moore. They concluded their two days of rehearsing with a concert held at Stambaugh Auditorium on Saturday, November 19th.
Congratulations to the Hubbard Students that participated in this wonderful music making experience!
Hubbard HS Honors Band Participants: (L-R)
Alaina C., Elliotte R., Devin L.
Hubbard Middle School Honors Band Participants:
(Back Row, L-R) Joella C., Maggie L.
(Middle Row, L-R) Sydney V., Brooke P., Michael A.
(Front Row, L-R) Grace F., Mia P.
Hubbard Elementary School - Veterans Day
Challenge 24 is a mathematics game in which competitors use multiplication, addition, subtraction and division in various combinations to manipulate four numbers on a card to equal 24.
The Trumbull County Educational Service Center and the Tribune Chronicle held their annual Challenge 24 Tournament at Warren Harding High School on November 16, 2016.
Hubbard Middle School sent teams from 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7/8th grade. Abigail Schindell finished as one of the top 16 in the 7th/8th Grade category, earning a medal.
Eastern Ohio Education Partnership Award
Hubbard Elementary School was recognized by the Eastern Ohio Education Partnership group and given an award for excellence in education. We were recognized for receiving an 'A' on our overall value added score on last years state report card.
Hubbard High School Holds Mock Election
On Tuesday November 8, the students of Hubbard High School held a mock election for US President and the US Senate seat. The 9th-11th graders voted in their World History, US History, and US Government classes and the seniors voted during their lunch mods. Hubbard High School has been holding mock Presidential elections since 1996 and they have matched the Trumbull County results every year in the election. The results this year were Donald Trump first with 51.4%, Hillary Clinton second with 35.8%, Gary Johnson third with 9%, and Jill Stein with 3.7%. In the US Senate race Rob Portman won with 57.5% and Ted Strickland had 42.5%.
Carnegie Science Center Awards Hubbard Middle School Grant
The Carnegie Science Center has awarded Diane Shryock a $1200 grant through the Gerber Foundation to be used for the entire 7th grade to attend and participate in Sci-Tech Days - An Exploration of Science and Technology in Pittsburgh on November 2, 2016, at the Carnegie Science Center.
SciTech Days are a special kind of field trip that features the growth areas of biotech & health, nanotechnology & advanced materials/processes, information technology & robotics, and eco-tech (think environment & energy). It also connects visitors with leading scientists and technologists in a fun, hands-on, dynamic atmosphere. Topics and seminars presented include: brain surgery, laser technology, app design, video game design, the science of sound, and biotechnology and the spread of viruses and outbreaks (Zika). All programs are aligned to Next Generation Science Standards.
Students will also have the opportunity to visit the many displays at the Science Center including the model railroad village, the USS Requiem (submarine) as well as High Mark Sports Works, and RoboWorld. It is a day that combines learning with hands-on activity in a real world setting.
The Hubbard Guidance Department is now on Remind.com
All high school students are encouraged to sign-up! Seniors - the guidance office will use remind to get out information regarding scholarships and colleges/universities; trade/tech schools, and more!
We will begin posting information on Monday, September 19th.
Hubbard Middle School Receives $3,640.00 Grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to Support Youth Literacy
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Tricia Lockso of Hubbard Middle School a $3,640.00 grant to support literacy. This local grant is part of the $4.5 million in youth literacy grants awarded to approximately 1,000 organizations across the 43 states that Dollar General serves. Given at the beginning of the academic school year, these grants are aimed at supporting teachers, schools and organizations with resources to strengthen and enhance literacy instruction.
Thank you to Miss Lockso and the fifth grade teachers for your hard work and dedication to our students!