Superintendent's Message



The 2015-2016 school year is now officially behind us and our students and staff will soon be enjoying the warm days of summer with their families and friends. From family vacations, staying up late on weekdays and sleeping in past 10:00 a.m., or just hanging out with friends, our students and staff deserve to have a great time this summer!

My previous two years at Hebron reassures me that I made the right decision to become a Hebron Hawk! From all of the student-driven academic, athletic, art, band, clubs, choir and drama accomplishments that occurred this year, MSD of Boone Township continues to shine above all other school districts.      

The overwhelming spirit of our school community and the commitment toward helping others demonstrated by our students and staff to assist those less fortunate from within our Hebron Community continues to be something to behold. 

Having an office in the Hebron Elementary School made even the most stressful days a blessing to be at work! I am quite humbled by the continued friendly interactions between student arrival in the morning, recess and dismissal at the end of every day from all of the students and staff!

While the students will always be the primary focus of our schools, I must also compliment ALL of the outstanding faculty, support staff and administrators for all that they do each and every day! From the teachers, teacher aides, custodians, maintenance crew, IT staff, librarians, nurse, counselors, secretaries, cafeteria staff, transportation department and all of the volunteers, they are all truly a reflection of the spirit of our outstanding small town school community. There are always smiles, kind words and offers to help every day! For this I am thankful!

While we are ending the 2015-16 school year on a very positive note, I am excited about all of the great things to look forward to in the 2016-17 school year! Enjoy your summer break and I look forward to seeing you all again in August!

 

Sincerely,

Dr. Nathan H. Kleefisch

Superintendent 


7/1/2016
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