Beef To School

Happy New Year!  We have done great with beef and pork this last year.  We are in need of 2 hogs and 2 beef to go to the processing plant by February 2nd, 2021.  If you have been approached by anyone, please let Greg Heiting or Shavona Henry know, or call the school at 308-638-4434 and speak with either Mr. Lechtenberg or Mr. Hagge.  Thank you!

Elementary Christmas Dress Up Days

The elementary is planning to do dress up days the last week of school before break, so get your crazy Christmas socks and ugly Christmas sweaters ready to go!

Monday, December 21st – Crazy/Christmas Sock Day
Tuesday, December 22nd – Ugly Christmas Sweater or Christmas Colors.
Wednesday, December 23rd – Pajama Day

COVID Update

Due to the increase in positive cases of COVID in our panhandle area and Sheridan County, I want to remind you that we are requiring the wearing of masks PreK – 12th Grade at Hay Springs School. Also remember to monitor your student’s temperature/health and if they are ill keep them home. We continue to encourage students to practice good hand washing and sanitization. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Hagge or Mr. Lechtenberg at the school number 308-638-4434 or my cell at 402-340-0849.

Sincerely,
Mr. Lechtenberg

Hay Springs Mask Appears In Map Project

One of the Hay Springs Public School masks made its way to Adams Central High School to be displayed on a map showcasing such masks from across the state!  Please follow the link below to read more about it and see if you can spot our mask!

http://www.hastingstribune.com/covid-19/map-project-showcases-masks-from-across-state/article_4daea590-1d7d-11eb-92c5-e777c7dc4ca7.html

Subdistrict VB Fan Information

  Masks are also required for everyone attending.

 We will be clearing out the gym after the first match on Monday.  We will let the volleyball teams from Crawford and Hay Springs in, but fans from those two schools will have to wait until we have disinfected everything which will not take very long.  Once that has happened we will open the doors.  That means the end of the season gatherings will not be allowed so please pass the information along.

All games will be broadcast on Striv.tv.

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon week is the largest drug free campaign in the United States. This year’s campaign is called Be Happy, Be Brave, Be Drug Free. It will be celebrated from October 26 – October 29. Hay Springs Elementary school will be supporting a drug free lifestyle by having dress up days. Middle school and highs chool are welcome to participate if you want!

October 26th – Wear Pajamas and follow your dreams
October 27th – Wear your shirt backwards- Turn your back to drugs!
October 28th – Wear red to show you are drug free
October 29th – Drugs are scary! Wear your halloween attire and change into your Halloween costume after specials.

COVID-19 Update Information

Due to the increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the Panhandle area, Sheridan County, and our Hay Springs community, we are making the following recommendations:

  • Hay Springs Public Schools are STRONGLY, STRONGLY recommending the WEARING OF MASKS TO STAY IN SCHOOL
  • Staff are also to STRONGLY, STRONGLY recommend to students:
    • WEARING OF MASKS TO STAY IN SCHOOL (in school and out of school) in efforts to complete our sports seasons and continue in-person instruction
    • Practicing SOCIAL DISTANCING (in school and out of school)
    • WASHING OF HANDS and use of SANITIZER (in school and out of school) on a regular basis

As we attempt to complete our sports seasons we are asking fans to please respect the Hay Springs School request as to the WEARING OF MASKS WHEN ATTENDING SCHOOL EVENTS. As we move into district play fans will be required to wear a mask as a directive from the NSAA.

  • Home games will be live streamed if you are uncomfortable wearing a mask.

We may also be requesting parent’s support in getting student athletes to and from games to limit the time they spend in other communities.

Finally, a HUGE THANK YOU to our parents for your continued support in monitoring your children’s health before sending them to school. We encourage you to PLEASE continue to do so by monitoring your child’s temperature and if they are ILL KEEP THEM HOME.

School Pictures 2020

ELEMENTARY/ML/HS PICTURE DAY’S HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED FOR OCT 20th and 21st. “moments” by Bev will be doing our school pictures again this year. Pictures will be taken in the Old Auditorium. Please bring picture packets back to school by October 19th. Thank you!

Tuesday, Oct. 20th
1. Pre –K (AM) first thing
2. Kindergarten
3. 1st
4. 2nd
5. 3rd
6. 4th
7. 5th
8. Afternoon Pre – K (come to school at 11:45 am)
9. Staff Pictures

Wednesday, Oct 21st
1. Choir (during class)
2. 6th and class officers
3. 7th and class officers
4. 8th and class officers
5. 9th and class officers
6. 10th and class officers
7. 11th and class officers
8. 12th class officers
9. Student Council
10. One Act
11. FBLA Team
12. FFA Team
13. Individual and Group Band Pictures (during band class)