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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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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TODAY from 12-2 pm CSC is hosting a NET kids event to be held in the Child Development Center in the Burkheiser building. There will be resources for all ages and Jett from “Ready, Set, Jett, Go” will be there to talk.
Please turn Summer Camp Registration in ASAP!
Summer Camps 2016 Brochure
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Great Plains Communication awarded Hay Springs School a Technology grant for $5000. The grant award will be used to purchase 20 Chromebooks for the Elementary. These Chromebooks will be stored in locked charging /storage case in the Library for checkout by the Elementary classes beginning in Fall 2016.
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THE EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD NOMINATIONS ARE DUE TOMORROW!!
A cash award of $500 will be presented to one classroom teacher employed by Hay Springs Public Schools in grades Pre-K through twelve at the conclusion of the 2015-2016 school year.
The Excellence in Teaching Award is sponsored by Security First Bank along with the American Legion. This award seeks to encourage and recognize the professional and leadership excellence of Hay Springs educators essential for quality education, increase awareness of the positive aspects of education in Nebraska, and promote pride in the school and community.
The nominee must be a certified employee for Hay Springs Public Schools. The teacher should be exceptionally skilled, dedicated and have the ability to inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to learn. The teacher should have the respect and admiration of students, parents, and colleagues, and should play an active and useful role in the community as well in the school.
Nominations can be made by anyone residing in the Hay Springs School District by filling out the application and mailing it to Adriene Kelly, PO Box 280, Hay Springs, NE 69347 or dropping the application off at the school office.
Nominations must be received by Thursday, May 5, 2016. Please follow the link to fill out and return to the office. Thank you
Excellence in Teaching Award
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Because of the forecast of wind, cold and continuous snow, Hay Spring Schools will be having a 11:30 am dismissal today, March 23rd. Drive Careful and Stay Warm!
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In appreciation for the support of our community, the students at HSH 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 or scoop snow if necessary. We are willing to assist in any way needed.
Our “Give Back to the Community Day” is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on April 13, 2016. In the event of inclement weather, April 27, 2016, will be the alternate date. If you would like to be added to our list, please call the high school office at 638-4434.
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The 100th Day of School will be Thursday, February 25th. Elementary teachers will be serving breakfast for all K-5 students at 8:00 am on the 100th Day of School. The 100th Day of school will also be pajama day! Feel free to wear you favorite pjs and slippers! Students are also invited to bring a collection of 100 objects to be displayed if they so choose.
Originally the 100th Day of School was on February 24th but with our last snow day we had to bump it back to February 25th.
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