Looking for Community Members/Businesses needing Help!
In appreciation for the support of our community, the 6th-12th grade students at HSPS would like to “give back” to Hay Springs. We are seeking businesses, groups, organizations, and even the elderly who are in need of help. Teacher supervised groups of students are willing to wash windows, stock shelves, clean shops, rake lawns, and paint walls. We are willing to assist in any way needed.
Our “Give back to the Community Day” is scheduled for April 12th, 2017, from 1:oo pm – 4:00 pm. In the event of inclement weather, April 26th, will be the alternate date. If you would like to be added to our list or have any questions, please call the school office at 308-638-4434.
Thanks to our community for all your support!
Please help spread the word!
In an effort to support continuous improvement in education at Hay Springs, we ask the community for their input on Hay Springs Public Schools. We are asking all students, parents, and community citizens to complete a short survey. Thank you in advance for your participation. Use the link or the QR code below to access the survey.
The juniors are out-and-about selling magazines until September 28th. This is a great opportunity for you to purchase new magazines or renew the ones that you already buy plus help the juniors raise money to put on their prom. If you’d like to make your purchase or renewal with a credit or debit card, please follow the steps below.
This will be the only junior class fundraiser for their prom this year.
The juniors and their parents will also be doing other separate fundraising for the post-prom party.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!
My ThirtyOne Fundraiser for Post Prom: With Christmas just a few months away, come check out all the new fall products and this month only grab one of our top selling totes for only $15 with every $35 spent! Plus all purchases will go towards the Hay Springs Post Prom!!! September 8th – 22nd.
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
In an effort to support continuous improvement in education at Hay Springs, we ask the community for their input on Hay Springs Public Schools. We are asking all students, parents, and community citizens to complete a short survey. Thank you in advance for your participation. Use the link below or the QR code to access the survey.
School Improvement Survey
Student and Adult enrichment opportunities are often available from several different schools or other entities. Please find this information under the new Counselor’s Desk page.
Hero. Strong. Courageous. Brave. Honorable. These are just a few of many words that we used to describe firemen. This week (Fire Safety Week) our preschool class received a visit from two of our local firefighters. Matt Anderson and Everett Langford took time out of their busy schedules to teach the afternoon preschool class all about fire safety. We learned how to Stop, Drop and Roll, how to check a door if it is hot, how to crawl out of a burning building and even how to call for help if we are in an emergency. The firemen let us try on their turnout gear and let us try and lift their air tanks….boy are those heavy!! Our favorite part was riding on the fire truck around town. Matt even turned on the siren for us! Throughout the rest of the week you could find us dressing up and pretending to be firemen and help rescue each other. If you happened to walk through the halls this week you may have even heard us making the fire whistle sound!
We want to send a shout out to all of the local firemen who help keep us safe in an emergency. Your dedication and sacrifice for others is truly amazing. Thank you for all that you do!