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Indian Trail News

  • ATTENTION Seniors Only:
    Friday, May 25th - Early release at 11:15AM for whole school. Senior Awards Program, 9:30AM. Seniors report to auditorium after 3rd period.
    Tuesday, May 29th - Begin finals for periods 1-6, complete 7th period final.
    Wednesday, May 30th - Last day for seniors! Complete second day of finals for periods 1-6. Senior Send-Off, kick off 2:25PM, commons. Seniors report to 7th period for attendance, then proceed to commons when called at 2:15. SENIOR YEARBOOK PICK UP IN COMMONS AFTER SEND-OFF!! (must have ID to pick up yearbook). Senior Banquet, Roma Lodge 5-9:30PM for those attending (ticket required).
    Friday, June 1st - Graduation Practice, 8AM in gym.
    Saturday, June 2nd - Graduation 7PM. Assemble by 5:30 in bleachers for senior picture. Doors open at 6 for seating.
  • Early Release with alternate schedule - Friday, May 25th.
    Period 1 7:27-7:58
    Period 2 8:03-8:31
    Period 3 8:36-9:04
    Seniors go to auditorium to be seated for 9:30 awards ceremony.  Senior teachers please do not mark any senior absent after this point.
    4AB & 4A/5A 9:09-9:37
    5AB,5AC,& 5BC  9:42-10:10
    Period 6 10:15-10:43
    Period 7 10:48-11:15
    Lunch will not be provided on this half day. We will also not be using the bells after third period due to the awards ceremony.
  • Hawkettes Dance Team Tryouts
    The Hawkettes Dance Team is holding tryouts for the 2018 Football Season. Our Dance team performs pom-pon style dance routines at halftime during some home football games and pep assemblies. We also participate in camp in the summer  and participate in competitions throughout the year. Those interested in trying out must complete the Google Survey where you will provide your email address. After this survey is taken, you will be emailed a recording of the dance. You need to learn this dance on your own and you will come on the day of tryouts to perform it. You also need to pick up a tryout packet from the Indian Trail school office and have the entire packet completed, signed by a parent/guardian and be in attendance on the tryout date for the ENTIRE time. Come dressed to dance. NO exceptions!

    DATE: Tuesday June 5, 2018
    TIME: Promptly 4:30pm (until all have danced)
    PLACE: Indian Trail High School Cafeteria
    Please contact Coach Ebner:
    jebner@teachers.kusd.edu
    or Coach Povkovich:
    dpovkovi@teachers.kusd.edu
    if you have any questions.

  • This year celebrates the 37th Annual Congressional Art Competition—An Artistic Discovery. The nationwide art competition, which is voluntarily sponsored by Members of Congress, allows creative high school students to showcase their talents in Washington, D.C. at the U.S. Capitol Building. The first place winner in each competition have their winning entry displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year, and are eligible for scholarship opportunities from the Savannah College of Arts and Design. Two students from every high school in the 1st Congressional District are invited to compete. This year Kylee Kappers and Angela Lenius each competed in the contest and Kylee’s work tied for 4th place.

     
  • Congratulations to Mathew Craft, Heather Houghton, Jonathon Perez, Grace Quintero, Steven M. Smith, Alexis Steagall, Johnathon Stich and Jonas Waller. These Indian Trail students were among the recipients of the 2017-18 Rotary Club Career and Technical Education Awards. The Kenosha Rotary Club (Downtown) honored a number of Indian Trail students for their efforts in the Career and Technical Education program at a luncheon at the Kemper Center on May 15th.

  • LifeTouch IT Prom 2018 Pics available using the password: IndianTrailProm2018.
  • 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.
  • 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 Thursday, July 26. 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!


  • 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

  • Spring Choir Concert - Wednesday, May 23rd, 6:30 p.m. - Auditorium
  • Indian Trail Graduation Ceremony - Saturday, June 2nd, 7:00 p.m. - Field House

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