• Parent involvement is key to student success, and at Hutch Tech, we offer several special evenings to assist parents. Please reserve the following evenings to join us at Tech:

    10/27/22  FAFSA Workshop:  Learn how to file for Federal Financial Aid for college. Representatives from Say Yes, the Say Yes Internship Program, and representatives from the FAFSA Completion Project. Food will be served.  3:15-6:15  


    12/6/22  21st Century Skills Workshop. Come learn about the skills today's students need to be successful during and after high school!  3:15-6:15  

    1. Critical thinking
    2. Creativity
    3. Collaboration
    4. Communication
    5. Information literacy
    6. Media literacy
    7. Technology literacy
    8. Flexibility
    9. Leadership
    10. Initiative
    11. Productivity
    12. Social skills


    12/14/22  Parent-Teacher Conferences. Stay tuned for information, but mark your calendars now! 5:00-7:00


    3/7/23  Financial Aid Workshop. Parents of Juniors and Seniors planning to attend college should strongly consider attending. 3:15-5:15


    5/16/2023  Graduation Requirements Information Session.  Come learn about the many diploma options students can earn from Hutch Tech, including an AP Diploma, Regents with Advanced Designation, and various seals of endorsement from the State. Especially important for parents of grades 9 and 10 students. 3:15-5:15




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  • The SBMT (Site Based Management Team)

    Meetings are as follows for the 2022 – 2023 school year:
    Semester One
    9/13       10/12       11/16      12/7        1/11
    Semester Two
    2/15         3/8         4/12         5/17        6/7
    Parents interested in joining the SBMT should email our Instructional Coach, Elizabeth Brandjes, at or our Assistant Principal, Daniel Zack, at
    Meetings are held after school in the library and (currently) also virtually. 
    All parents, guardians and students are welcome to attend.
    A link to each meeting will be posted on the day of the meeting, usually at the end of the school day.
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