New superintendent hired at Hartford Union High School | By Teri Kermendy


April 4,2019 – Hartford, WI – Hartford Union High School’s (HUHS) Board of Education announced it hired a new superintendent to start the 2019-2020 school year, Jeffrey A. Walters, Principal, Kettle Moraine High School.

“I am honored to have been selected as Superintendent of Hartford Union High School and look forward to working alongside students, parents, staff, and our community in providing an environment where all students are challenged to reach their full potential. It is an exciting opportunity to make HUHS a destination high school for all future Orioles.” Jeff Walters  

It has been a long five month process of finding the right candidate for our District, but it has been so worthwhile.  We are excited to officially approve the contract and announce Jeff Walters as the next Superintendent for the HUHS District.  We are confident our school community will continue to thrive with this leadership.  The HUHS Board is also most appreciative of the work Dr. Attila J. Weninger has done for HUHS and continues to do as he and Jeff Walters will communicate and work together for a smooth future transition.  HUHS is in great hands,” Tracy Hennes, School Board President.

Approximately 40 candidates applied for the position. Nine candidates were interviewed by the Board in early March.

The Board chose four semi-finalists for second-round interviews in Closed Session on Tuesday, March 19.

Two candidates from the four semi-finalists wasselected on March 19 and both candidates returned on March 21 to participate in a community forum and final interviews with the board.  The board met on April 3 to vote and approve a two-year contract for Walters.



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