Registration for the 2015 Summer Camps is now open! There is a total of 19 camps available.
Paper brochures were sent home with Hay Springs elementary students. Please feel free to use the registration form in the brochure below.
Summer School 2015 Brochure – PDF
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We have several job opportunities available for the 2015-2016 school year! <<Middle School/High School Science, School Counselor, Elementary, Coaching, and Substitutes>> Check them out at: Hawks Business Site
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There will be a Title VII (Indian Education) meeting on Monday, May 11 at 1:15 p.m. in the school counselor’s office.
Hay Springs high school students present an all school play this week!
Hay Springs High will present the popular one act play ‘Check Please’ Thursday, April 30 and Friday, May 1 at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium.
Cast members include, Seth Nowak, Quinn Tiensvold, Kaelob Marx, Emma Roberts, Mattie Johnson, Sam Kearns, Drew Letcher, Sydney Tlustos, Katie Scherbarth, and Garrett Weyers.
The action revolves around the crazy world of Blind Dates!! Guy and/or Girl every find a ‘normal’ person to date, or is that asking waaay too much? Dinner with these over the top characters is hilarious! This play is fun for all!
Beth Jungck, Director
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PreK News – 3.26.15
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PreK News – 3.19.15
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Read Across America
Although Dr. Seuss’s birthday is March 2, the Hay Springs Elementary celebrated on Thursday. Joining them were members of National Honor Society. The high school students read Dr. Seuss books and lead activities related to the various titles.
The pre-school and kindergarten enjoyed One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish and created their own fish bowls complete with handprint fish. After listening to Cat in the Hat Comes Back each student made their own “Cat in the Hat” hat.
The first and second grade heard Cat in the Hat, then told what they would do if Thing One and Thing Two came to their house. After reading about the fantastic animals in If I Ran the Zoo, the students created their own fantastic animals and put them in zoo cages.
Third, fourth, and fifth started out listening to To Think I Saw it All on Mulberry Street in which a boy imagines all kinds other things he saw on his way home from school. They then drew pictures of amazing things that might be seen on Baker Street filling up a mural on the wall outside Mrs. Strotheide’s room. They finished the day with Oh, the Places You Go. Each students created their own bucket list of places to go and things to see and things to do.
Checkout the fish bowls, zoo animals, and Baker Street mural in the library during Parent Teacher Conferences. Also check out our decorated doors and vote for your favorite one.
Check out the elementary and pre-school doors decorated like their favorite book. Vote for your favorite door in the Library. A Penny a Vote. Voting jars will be in the Library. Voting starts Tuesday – ends on Thursday after Parent Teacher Conferences.