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  • Indian Trail FCCLA had another successful State Conference. They took home 3 Wisconsin Top Gold awards, 4 gold medals, 2 silver medals and an invitation to compete at the national conference this summer!
    Katelyn Hannaman - Sports Nutrition - Gold Medal
    Karley Boston - Children's Literature - Gold Medal & WI Top Gold
    Abby Bloxdorf - Garnish - Gold Medal & WI Top Gold
    Lydia Filippelli - Culinary Creations - Gold Medal & WI Top Gold
    Kallie Snowtalla - Promote and Publicize FCCLA - Invitation to compete at National Level
    Leah Kuester - Career investigation - Silver Medal
  • ACT Aspire Testing for 9th & 10th graders
    Testing will take place from 7:30-10:30am on the dates identified below:
    April 24th & 25th - All 9th & 10th grade Academy students.
    April 30th & May 1st - 9th grade General Studies students.
    May 2nd & 3rd - 10th grade General Studies students.
    **Please check with your Biology or World History teacher for test locations.**
  • Indian Trail Students were honored for their high achievement at the 2018 Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship Awards. Emily Palmer won the Russell & Claire Huber Scholarship. The other students won academic awards.
    Art – Jaci Zemenchik
    FCE – Katheryne Zuberbuehler
    Russel & Claire Huber Scholarship – Emily Palmer
    World Language - Shaye Dostal
    Communications Academy – Kaelyn Cline



  • Students who registered for AP courses next year or who may be interested in AP courses. There is an AP meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 24th from 6 to 7:30pm.
  • OpenEd is a “smart library” of resources that can be used to prepare for your next ACT exam. By entering your ACT scores, this will provide resources tailored to your individual strengths and challenges. ACT has provided this service to Wisconsin at no cost to its students.
  • 2018 High School Make-Up Minutes and Schedule Changes (PDF)
    In January 2018, the KUSD Board of Education approved necessary adjustments that included no 9th, 10th or 12th grade students attending on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, which had previously been slated as a half day for those grades due to the 11th grade testing schedule. This change, in addition to the two snow days, caused Bradford, Indian Trail, LakeView and Tremper to fall short of the state mandated instructional minute requirements. In order to meet the state requirements, minutes are being added to the beginning of the school day when most students already arrive early. This change should have little to no impact on the typical school day, which was the district’s intent. As for the additional day for ITHSA, state mandates require a certain number of instructional minutes to be met. With the emergency closing, two snow days and testing adjustment, ITHSA was short minutes and must make up the day to meet state mandates.
  • Herb Kohl Scholarship winner Kadie Kraabel.

  • Prom 2018: Eligibility Timeline & Reminders
    In order to attend Indian Trail’s Prom 2018, students must not have any referrals that resulted in a suspension or CAAD from March 26, 2018 through April 27, 2018; no truancies, no unserved detentions, and no more than 5 tardies from March 26, 2018 through April 27, 2018.

  • Mark your calendar, Wednesday, April 18 from 3-5pm there is a young adult job fair at Bradford high school. Local business will be on hand to interview you for jobs in the community. For a list of businesses that are participating see the bulletin board by the guidance office room 1402.
  • Students interested in Business and Hospitality Management are invited to a Career Pathway Open house sponsored by Gateway. The open house will be held Wednesday, April 25 from 5:30-8:30 pm at the Gateway Racine campus and Thursday, April 26 from 5:30-8:30 pm at the Gateway Elkhorn campus. There will be a drawing for a computer tablet and a Gateway tuition voucher at each event. An RSVP is needed ahead of time. See the bulletin board outside the guidance office room 1402 or your counselor if you have questions.
  • Summer School
    Session 1 begins on Monday, June 18, 2018, and ends on Friday, July 6. Session 2 begins on Monday, July 9, 2018, and ends on Friday, July 27. There will be no school on July 4 in observance of Independence Day. Classes will run Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to noon.
  • Link Crew Application - Apply NOW!
  • Tdap Requirements for Middle and High School Students. The Wisconsin Student Immunization law requires that all students entering the 6th grade receive a dose of Tdap vaccine. To be compliant with the school law, parents must provide their child’s school with proof of immunization or claim a waiver. 
  • Providing a safe, secure learning environment for your child(ren) is one of our highest priorities. This is why the district has implemented the use of ALiCE (Alert, Lockdown, inform, Counter and Evacuate). Security experts across the country believe, as do we, that the use of these additional procedures will enhance student and staff safety.
    ALiCE Parent Letter Spring 2018 (PDF)
    Safety Letter Spring 2018 (PDF)
  • 2018-2019 Registration is now open for students in grades 4K-12. Directions for online course registration in both PDF and Video format can be found at the Counselors Class Registration page.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings is again supporting our Senior Class by donating 10% of your bill when you present the Home Team Advantage Card anytime between now and April 30th!
  • Indian Trail High School and Academy's 2018 Graduation Ceremony time has changed to 7:00 p.m. Should you have any questions or concerns, please call the school office at 359-8700. We greatly appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work to ensure a wonderful event for all of our graduates and families!



  • Follow the Indian Trail counseling department on Twitter @ITHSAcounselors, regarding important reminders for any information out of the counseling office.

  • Follow IT Hawks Sports on Twitter! @ITHS_Athletics
  • Career Cruising is an Internet-based career exploration and planning tool used by students in grades 8-12 to explore career and college options and to begin to develop a career plan. Career Cruising can be accessed from wherever students have internet access. All students can log into Career Cruising using their KUSD Google account. https://sso.careercruising.com/page/openidconnect Parents can access their child’s account to view his/her progress. Career Cruising is a valuable tool to research education and careers, to assess skills and interests, and to match those skills and interests with career clusters and jobs. If you have any questions regarding Career Cruising please contact your counselor.

 

Upcoming Events

  • KUSD PRESENTS 47th ANNUAL DISTRICT-WIDE STUDENT ART EXHIBIT
    The 47th Annual Kenosha Unified District-Wide Student Art Exhibit will be held at the Kenosha Public Museum (5500 First Ave.) from March 10 to April 22. A free Gallery Opening event will be held on Friday, March 9 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Over 1,100 works of art from KUSD’s elementary, middle, high and charter schools will be on display and juried for a variety award recognitions. Members of the district’s art faculty will be in attendance during the Gallery Opening on Friday, March 9 to meet, greet and speak with parents of participating students. After the opening, the exhibit will continue at the Kenosha Public Museum through April 22 with gallery hours of Monday through Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 12-5 p.m. For additional information, please contact Coordinator of Fine Arts Scott Plank at 262-359-6388 or splank@kusd.edu.



  • KUSD Theater Arts Presents "The Sound of Music" - April 13, 14, 20, 21 at 7:30 p.m. April 15, 22 at 2:00 p.m. - Indian Trail Auditorium
  • Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Fashion Show scheduled for April 25th has been canceled

 

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Earn HAWK TALONS, Win Great Prizes! Here's How!

STUDENTS: Did you know that you can earn rewards for positive behavior?

Students who go above and beyond in demonstrating the Hawk Habits during the school day may receive Hawk Talon cards from teachers or other staff members.