This year for prom, Lincoln Daily News got ahold of the High School journalism adviser Nichole Folkman and discussed them doing a magazine of our Grand March. The day or so after prom, two slideshows were uploaded of amazing pictures to Lincoln Daily News and a day after this, a magazine was uploaded as well. As a complete profit fundraiser, the journalism program is selling the disc of the magazine. You can purchase one for $15 or two for $25. To buy one you can contact the high school main office or get ahold of any students in the journalism program. Thank you for your continued support.
On the 22nd of April the Hartem Livestock Judging team got the opportunity to go to state and compete with 54 other Livestock Judging teams throughout the state of Illinois. After the many practices they had throughout the season and right before going to state, they believed they were ready. State Livestock Judging took place during school so they left that Friday and went to compete.The team got 5th overall out of 54 teams. They did an amazing job and Hartsburg-Emden couldn’t be more proud!!
A big thank you to the junior class & class sponsors (Nicole Folkman and Britta Langley) for an amazing prom. It looked absolutely fabulous! All your hard work paid off. The senior class had a great time and we are very thankful for everything you all put together. You really made our last prom one to remember! Thanks again to the junior class-- we loved it!
by Brooklyn Swinford May 5, 2016 The JH Scholastic Bowl had a match on April 27th. That game was their Regionals; it was at Illini Central. They went against Carroll Catholic, Zion, and Mt. Pulaski they co-op. The score was 135-125, Hartem took second.
The past week, the Biology 2 class has been working on a film. This class consists of Alyssa Bridge, Adre Vetter, Hannah Lingle, Alec Hayes, Maddie Shawgo, Hunter Langley, Kassy Eskew, Zach Phillips, and Alex Vetter. Adre Vetter wrote the script. They have been filming all week and plan to have it done by May 6th. This film is full of action and suspense. However, there still isn’t an official name for this film.
The Hartem high school softball girls played against Lexington on Tuesday night. The Lady Stags held them 0-1 in the first inning, but the Stags couldn't get on base. Then it was 0-6 in the 2nd inning and the Stags still couldn't get on base. They ended up losing 15-0. Their next game is Thursday, May 5th, against Heyworth.