Hurricane Athletic & Co-Curricular Activities

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Hayward High School has numerous athletic and co-curricular activities offered to the high school students.

Hayward High School is a member of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association - WIAA and the
Heart of the North Conference

Our school colors are black and gold and our athletic teams are called the "Hurricanes" and we have adopted the phrase "Play Like a Cane".

While enrolled at Hayward High School, students are encouraged to take an active part in the athletic and co-curricular programs.  In addition to developing a healthier body and mind, participation in a competitive sports program will develop effective leadership qualities and a sense of honor and self-respect for others.

Athletic Participation Fee: All athletic team participants will be charged an annual fee of $25.00 per sport.  Families will pay a maximum of $125.00 per year.


Link to the Athletic Department

2016 STATE CHAMPIONS

Hayward Co-op Girls Hockey

2016 STATE CHAMPIONS

Hayward Girls Basketball



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Welcome to the Hayward High School

2 months ago

HAyward High School

2016 State Champions- Girls Hockey & Girls Basketball

Grades 9-12

10320 N. Greenwood Lane

715-638-9501

Principal:  Todd Johnson

Asst. Principal: Doug Stark

Activities Director: Pam Houston

Administrative Secretary: Sue Quandt

Attendance Secretary: Janyce Freund

Guidance Secretary: Lacie O'Brien


Our School Hayward High school is a place for all students to achieve at a variety of different activities. Whether it is academic or co-curricular we have something for everyone. It is a bully-free climate that strives on teamwork, collaboration, and winning. Stop in sometime and check us out...it’s a great place to be!

Required Classes - Classes are set-up on a block schedule for students in the high school. There are four periods a day, each period being ninety minutes. A minimum of 28 credits are required to graduate from Hayward High School. These credits must include:
4 credits in English – including ½ credit of Speech
3 credits in Social Science- including ½ credit of Civics
3 credits in Mathematics - Minimum level of Algebra I B
3 credits in Science
1-1/2 credits in Physical Education – must be ½ credit of Health Education, required in 9th Grade
½ credit of Financial Literacy 

Athletics/Co-Curricular Activities - All participants in athletics and co-curricular activities are governed by the Hayward High School Co-Curricular Code. All students who participate in any co-curricular activities, including athletics, are required to have a signed Co-Curricular Code of Conduct on file in the High School Office. The code is in effect from the date of first signing until its eligibility has expired. 

Activities: -Archery Club -Acceptance Program -C.A.P.E. (Cross Age Peer Educators) -Character Education -Class Boards -Drama Club/Theatre Productions -FBLA - (Future Business Leaders Association) -FCCLA (Future Career Community Leaders of America) -Forensics -Link Crew -National Honor Society -Native American Culture Club -Skills USA -Spanish Club -Student Council -Tsunami Club -Wanaki Newspaper -Yearbook Club Athletic Programs: Hayward High School is a member of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) and the Heart of the North Conference. We offer: -Baseball -Basketball -Cross-country running (Coed) -Cross-country skiing (Coed) -Football (boys only) -Golf -Hockey -Soccer -Softball -Track (Coed) -Volleyball -Wrestling

Volunteer Packet
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High School PAC
High School PAC
"The High School Parent and Community Advisory Committee (PAC) is a group that meets monthly to discuss educational and other High School related topics. If you'd like to know what is happening in the High School, involvement in this group is a very good way to stay informed. Everyone is welcome to attend."

The Hayward School's Parent and Community Advisory Committee will meet the last Thursday of the month at 8:30 a.m. The meetings are held in the High School Conference Room at noon. If you would like more information, please contact the high school office at 715-638-9501.

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NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
HAYWARD COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY
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It is the policy of the Hayward Community School District that no person, on the basis of race, sex, color, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, learning disability or handicap as required by s 118.13, WI State Statutes may be denied admission to any school in this District or be denied participation in any curricular, extra curricular, pupil services, recreational, or other programs or activities.

This policy also prohibits discrimination under related federal statues, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (race, national origin, color), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (gender), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (handicap), and American Disabilities Act of 1990 (disability).

The District encourages informal resolution of complaints under this policy. However, a formal complaint resolution procedure is available to address allegations of violations of the policy in the Hayward Community School District.

Any questions concerning this policy should be directed to: Craig Olson, District Administrator, Hayward Community School District, 15930 W 5th Street, Hayward, WI 54843, (715) 634-2619, ext. 9001.

Inquiries related to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disabilities, should be directed to: Carol Lynn Wheelock-Mashlan, Director of Pupil Services, Hayward Community School District, 15930 W 5th Street, Hayward, WI 54843, (715) 634-2619, ext. 9010.
Last Modified by Patty Millar on March 16, 2016

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