HELP!! The elementary art classes are in need of supplies: Hairspray lids (the kind with the middle hole), 35 mm film canisters, Baby food jars, Soup cans (empty and cleaned), Lots and lots of newspapers. If you have any of these items laying around and would like to get rid of them please drop them off at the school office. Thank you!!
Hay Springs Schools Has Made A System Change That Impacts Your Student(s)
The district is offering an online service to help you better manage your child’s school meal account. You now have the ability to check your child’s school meal account balance online, as well as make payments with your credit/debit card.
In addition to helping the school take advantage of the latest technology, this service is a great convenience to you. By utilizing www.EZSchoolPay.com, you will not have to wonder if the check you wrote for meals actually made it to school and your children will be assured that meals will continue uninterrupted.
Features and Options:
- Send payments faster and directly into your child’s meal accounts: Payments are credited within 10 minutes.
- Mobile applications: EZSchoolPay is available from your device’s app store and are available for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Receive alerts of low balances, make payments for your child’s meal account, and purchase items from the school store.
- Low Balances: Receive alerts when your child’s balance drops below a certain balance.
If you would like to take advantage of any of the features mentioned above, you must create an online account with www.EZSchoolPay.com. Getting started is easy! The website will guide you to create an account and link your student(s) to the account. To link your students you must first have their student ID provided by the school before entering a credit/payment. When searching for the district just simply enter Hay Springs.
Hay Springs Schools will no longer be sending out monthly bills, instead when your account gets too low you will receive a notification letter. It is your job as the parent/guardian to check your account balance. Please make sure your account does not get into the negative balance, if your account gets to the negative balance of $20 your lunch account will be shut off, meaning your child/children will need to bring a sack lunch. To stay in the positive you will need to pay ahead. Please remember that your lunch account is NOT a charge account, there needs to be money in your account at all times. We will still accept payments to be dropped off at the school office if that is what you prefer.
Hay Springs Schools Food and Nutrition Services department strives to provide a balanced nutritional program for all students, and to provide support and options for parents. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Hay Springs Schools directly at 308-638-4434.
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We are planning on having a on August 12th, for the high school volleyball and football teams. This will be held at the Hay Springs pool from 6-9 pm and will cost each athlete $2 in order to attend. This covers the entrance fee for the pool. Pizza and drinks will be provided for the athletes. We will also have Chadron State women’s basketball coach, Janet Raymer, as a motivational speaker. The students who attended the Human Performance Project Camp this summer will also be sharing information concerning their experience. Chaperones for Friday night will be Trisha Kudrna, Josh Borm, Nichole Sherburne, and Kerisa Marx.
“You can’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get.” -Michael Phelps
If you have any questions please contact:
Trisha Kudrna (308)430-0070
Josh Borm (307)631-6310
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The Hay Springs High School football team offers you their services for any projects that need completed on August 20th.
Examples of projects include: raking leaves, painting fences/houses, laying concrete, planting trees, trash pick-up, deliveries, furniture movers and anything in-between!
Any project that you require assistance on, we have several able bodies that can help you get the job done. This is a chance for the Hawks to give back to the communities that support them!
Please call or text Josh Borm at 307-631-6310 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any ideas you have that our athletes can help you with or if you have any questions.
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We are pleased to invite you to join our community in raising money for Hay Springs Public Schools at an event that is sure to cause some excitement – Drive 4 UR School!
For every person who takes a test-drive during our event, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to Hay Springs Public Schools. In total, as much as $6,000 could be raised!
At this event, all funds will go to Hay Springs Public Schools. By taking a simple test-drive, you can support your School in a meaningful way!
Please mark your calendars and invite family, friends and neighbors to join in supporting Hay Springs Public Schools and your local community!
WHEN: August 27th
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: The Cutting Edge in Hay Springs
101 N Main St, Hay Springs
We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information about Drive 4 UR School visit drive4urschool.com.
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BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT!
Come One, Come All!
Hot Dog, Chips and Drink
Thursday, August 11th
4:30 PM-6:00 PM
In the Cafeteria!
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Hay Springs Community Recreation Youth Tackle Football Sign-ups
Boys and Girls Entering 3rd thru 6th Grade
Practice Held in Hay Springs
Games to be held at home and away
Season will last from Late August to mid October
Registration Fee $60
Equipment Deposit $150
Fee Scholarships available if needed
Two Sign-up Dates
Wednesday, August 10th
Security First Bank
Monday, August 15th
Security First Bank
If you cannot attend either of these sign-up dates please contact Jim at (308)320-4445
This summer camp is over for the year. We, once again, had a blast with our Creative Kiddos. They have made watercolor paints, watching it fizz as we mix vinegar and baking soda, and marveling over the strange consistency of the mixture, both liquid and solid at the same time. They mixed primary colors, learning how to make a rainbow of colors for their paints with only three colors to start with.
We made silly putty, enjoying getting our hands all gooey until it suddenly turned firm and dry. Once again mixing colors, both in the process of making and in combining everyones finished products.
We have painted with frozen paint, milk and chalk, tape and even regular old paint. The week is finished but we had a great time and hope everyone enjoys the rest of the summer.
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2016/2017 Class Supply List
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At the Stop Motion Summer Camp, the campers used a camera we built to make movies using Lego actors. Here are some of the results of their work!
Ever and Jaycek Videos
Gage and Noah Videos
Javan, Kaden, and Sam Videos
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