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Indian Trail News

  • Our annual AP Parent and Student Information Night will be on Tuesday, April 30th, from 6:00-7:30 pm, in the Auditorium. If you are planning to take, or considering taking, Advanced Placement courses next school year, please plan to attend this Information Night with your parent.You will have the opportunity to learn more about Indian Trail’s Advanced Placement program, including what AP course options are available to you and the benefits this rigorous coursework offers! You will meet with your AP teachers for next year, and learn more about your AP courses and what to expect. Please join us to learn more about AP at Indian Trail!
  • Hawkettes Dance Team Mandatory Parent Meeting - Tuesday, April 30, 6:00 p.m.
    The Hawkettes Dance Team is holding tryouts for the 2019 Football Season. Our Dance team performs pom-pon style dance routines at halftime during 1-2 home football games and pep assemblies. There will also be a 2 day mandatory summer camp in August held at Indian Trail. Those chosen will be required to pay for camp ($165), uniforms (about $150) and participate in fundraising. Parent meeting is mandatory PRIOR to tryouts, which will be held in May. Anyone who cannot attend the parent meeting (potential Hawkette with at least ONE parent) must contact Coach Ebner and make arrangements to meet with her prior to tryouts. NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO TRYOUT WITHOUT  A PARENT MEETING WITH THE COACH PRIOR TO TRYOUTS. Tryouts tentatively scheduled for Monday and Tuesday May 20 and 21 at 4:30pm at Indian Trail.
  • ATTENTION all those who plan on playing Football for the 2019 season: Football Parent & Player Meeting will be on Wednesday, May 1st from 6-8 in IT Commons. A parent or player must be present. Please bring insurance information. Any questions, see Coach Hoffman.
  • Attention Seniors - Here are some great opportunities for lucrative careers after high school.
    - Road Building Certificate Training Program- Available for seniors who meet the minimum qualifications. Intensive 160 hour road construction preparation program geared towards preparing individuals to meet the workforce needs of contractors on specific DOT projects. The training includes National Building Trades MC3 training and certificates. Meeting June 11 from 9-noon at Racine GTC campus, training June 17-July 22, Mon-Fri 8am-4pm. Call 262-619-6560 or racine@wrtp.org for more info.
    - Big Step Apprenticeship Readiness Orientation-Learn about * Apprenticeship applications, * Big Step apprenticeship readiness tutoring program, * Entry level training opportunities, * community certifications, * Upcoming construction projects Call 262-619-6560 to register and get more information.
    - Free Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Training-Learn the fundamentals of Blueprint safety, CNC Machine tech, Gauging and QC and fundamentals of machine applications. Training takes place at the SC Johnson iMet Center Sturtevant, starting April 29-Oct 19, Mon-Fri 5-10 pm. Contact WRTP/Big Step at 262-619-6560 or racine@wrtp.org for more information or to register.
  • The Indian Trail Orchestra had an amazing time in Nashville, TN. The students performed in the Nashville Heritage Festival Competition and did amazing.
    - 1st Place- Best overall Orchestra
    - Adjudicator Award (Best overall score)
    - Gold Rating
    - An invitation to Carnegie Hall for the Festival of Gold
    - Junior Elizabeth Burkhalter won the "Maestro Award"

  • On Tuesday, March 26, a speaker (Elias) came in to speak to three groups of students about STEM/STEAM careers and robotics. After talking to the students about STEM/STEAM careers and their importance, Elias introduced students to a cute little robot called Cozmo. Students introduced themselves to the Cozmo robots (which replied by saying their names!) and were then taught how to program a line of block-based code to make Cozmo move in a square, have a temper tantrum, tell jokes, and more. The students loved having Elias come in and have been asking about the robots ever since.


  • ATTENTION SENIORS – Please click HERE to fill out your Senior Award and Scholarship information. The due date to have this completed is April 18th.
  • Are you interested in…Receiving school credit and a release from school to go to work? Getting a jump start on your career? Being paid for on-the-job experience from skilled professionals? Obtaining a state-issued skills certificate recognized by Wisconsin employers? Sign up for the Youth Apprenticeship Program today! Meet with Mrs. Lehmann in Room 1007 (next to the Hawk shop) to get more information.
  • SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING: If you hear or see someone exhibiting the behaviors listed in the flyer, please notify a parent, teacher, principal, counselor, police officer or any other trusted adult. Your sharing could save the lives of others. If you see or hear something, say something! Wisconsin’s Act 311 generally states that any individual who makes real or false claims regarding shootings, bomb threats or to cause any other bodily harm to others is guilty of a Class I felony. Any form of threat against the school, staff or students will be taken seriously and disciplinary action will be imposed if someone is guilty of such threats.

  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • 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 Young Adult Job Fair - Wednesday, April 17, 3-5 P.M.

  • Indian Trail High School Vendor Fair - Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.





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.