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USD 410 achievements continue with new leader

USD 410 achievements continue with new leader

Five students from Hillsboro High competed at the 2016 TSA National Competitive Events ConferĀ­ence in Nashville, Tenn. Students Jacob Funk, Reece Berens, Nathan SimĀ­hiser, Jon Hinerman and Avery Unruh were accompanied by Creigh Bell, TSA adviser. When you consider the highlights and changes for Unified School District 410 in 2016, it starts at the top. Max Heinrichs began his tenure […]

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Heinrichs hired for USD 410

Heinrichs hired for USD 410

Max Heinrichs, shown here last June as he prepared to end his job as high school principal, will be returning July 1 as the district?s new superintendent. It didn?t take long for Max Heinrichs to decide that he would apply for the impending vacancy in the superintendent?s office at USD 410. ?It was a no-brainer for me,? said the Hills?boro […]

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Hometown principal says it?s time for a change

Hometown principal says it?s time for a change

Outgoing Hillsboro High School Max Heinrichs enjoys one of his last days in the office he?s occupied for the past seven years. ?It?s just time for a change,? he says. ?I love the job but it?s about the time. Behind him are some ?treasures,? including pictures of his family and a mounted 30-pound striped bass he caught in Beaver Lake, […]

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Heinrichs receives top Hutch News scholarship

Heinrichs receives top Hutch News scholarship

Darcy Heinrichs, Hillsboro High School senior, was named the statewide winner of a $1,000 journalism scholarship from the Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship Pro?gram. Seated with her is her father, Max Heinrichs, who also is her principal. Standing are (from left) Hutch News journalists Amy Bicke (with envelope) and Kathy Hanks, and HHS English instructors Bob Woelk and Darrel Knoll. Don […]

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USD 410 board accepts two administrator resignations

USD 410 Board of Educa?tion accepted resignations from two administrators at its April 13 meeting. Max Heinrichs, Hillsboro High School principal, and Greg Brown, Hillsboro Middle School principal and district activities director, will leave their positions at the end of the school year. After meeting in executive session with Evan Yoder, Hillsboro Elementary School principal, and Jared Jost, board member-elect, […]

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