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Weight room in Lister is open 6:00 – 7:30 am,  Monday through Friday for those interested. If no one is there by 7 am it will be closed.

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$5 Physicals in Chadron

For grades 5-11

May 13, 2014

Bus leaves at 7:00 a.m.

Sign up with Adriene in the office

Pre-physical 5/12 @ 2p (Blood pressure, weight, height, etc)

 

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Panhandle Public Health District & Chadron Public Schools

Panhandle Run for Youth 5K & Fun Run

May 17th 2014

 

MUST Register by APRIL 25, 2014, to guarantee event T-shirt.

Race day registrations will be accepted. (Cannot guarantee shirts.)

 

Proceeds will help sustain Panhandle Girls on the Run and Morning Marathon Club

Make checks payable to Chadron Public Schools

Please return to (mail or drop off):

Chadron Primary School, Attn: Linda Rischling

732 Ann St, Chadron, NE 69337

PLEASE PRINT

Participant  Full  Name: ______________________________________________________                  

Mailing address: _____________________________   Email_________________________

Run Day Phone number: ______________________  Run Day Age: _________   Gender:    M       F

Youth (under 14) entries are $20, this includes an event t-shirt and finisher medal if registered by April 25.  Youth must also run with registered Run Buddy.  A Run Buddy is someone over the age of 18 who will be responsible for the participant during the event.

Adult entries are $20 and includes an event t-shirt if registered by April 25.      

Circle ONE:                 ADULT  5K - $20                                 J  ADULT Fun Run – $20

J   Youth 5K (age 14 & under)  - $20                   J  Youth Fun Run (age 14 & under) – $20

           

Please indicate t-shirt size below (if registered by April 25):

 

Youth Sizes:                 Small               Medium          Large

 

Adult Sizes:                  Small               Medium          Large               XLarge

Add $3 per size up:      XXLarge                      XXXL

 

WAIVER: I know that entering the Panhandle Public Health Run for Youth is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not enter unless I am medically able and properly trained to run or walk the event. I agree to abide by any decision of the race official relative to my ability to participate. I assume all risk associated with this event, including but not limited to: falls, contact with other participants, the effect of the weather including high humidity, and any traffic or unnatural conditions of the road race course, such as rough surfaces or motorists. I, for myself and dependents entered in the event if under 18, and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release Girls on the Run of Nebraska, Panhandle Public Health, Chadron Public Schools, all sponsors, race officials, their representatives and successors from claims and liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation or my dependents participation in this event, though that liability may arise out of the negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons named in the waiver.

Further, I grant permission to all of the foregoing to use any photographs, motion pictures, or other record of this event for any legitimate purpose without compensation to me.

 

Date________________    Signature  of participant __________________________________________________

(Parent or guardian signature of participants under 18)

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During the February school board meeting, after much discussion, the board approved the school calendar for the 2014-2015 school year.  The approved calendar is similar to the current calendar and reflects the same number of instructional days.

The Board of Education appreciates the comments received from the community, staff, students and parents.    While it was impossible to accommodate every request or suggestion, the calendar does support our mission of a simple calendar and a schedule that reflects what’s bestfor student learning.

 Printable Calendar – PDF

14-15 School Calendar

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The elementary and secondary ASP, all sports practices for Basketball and Wrestling has been cancelled tonight due to weather. There will also be no second bus route.  Students are to go immediately home.  Teachers need to go home after students leave.
All Wednesday morning practices are cancelled also.

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If you have not picked up your child’s report card they will be sent home with your child by the end of the week. Please ask them for it. Thanks!

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Just before break the HSPS staff participated in an ugly sweater contest. There was everything from a sweater with a leopard print poinsettia to a shirt that had been partially eaten by a rodent. The students voted and second place went to Ms. Sammy Vickers-Meeks for her mouse-chewed sweater. First place honors went to Mrs. Twila Weyers for her crazy loud reindeer sweater. Mrs. Weyers is looking forward to defending her title next year and said that she will be campaigning for the win much earlier than this year.

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If you are planning on eating with your student/students the for annual Thanksgiving Dinner on November 26th please call the school and reserve a spot.  Thank you !

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Sit in your car and enjoy the game in comfort (Your WARM car).

The 7th- 8th Graders are raffling off two parking spaces for the October 31 play-off football game against Leyton @ 4:00 P.M.

Includes 2 drinks and 2 popcorns.  Does NOT include admission.

Drawing to be held October 31 @ the pep-rally.

$5 chance

Contact any 7th or 8th grader for tickets.

Questions call or text:

Jodie Garrett 308-360-0990

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Starting on October 14 Hay Springs High School will be looking back as the faculty and students celebrate Homecoming. Monday morning will kick off the eventful week with 80’s day, coronation at 3:30, and the bonfire at 7pm. The Jr. High Volleyball Team will also be hosting Hemingford at 5 pm on Monday.

Tuesday will keep the festivities going with opposite sex day, a hot dog feed at 6:30 at Lister Sage, and blind volleyball also at Lister Sage. Jr. High volleyball and football will be traveling to Cody to compete this day as well.

Following opposite sex day is, redneck/western Wednesday. As always, Thursday will be hat and jersey day, with a pep rally will be held at 1 pm in downtown Hay Springs. The Hay Springs Lady Hawks volleyball game against the Crawford Rams begins at 3:30 pm. The football game will follow starting at 6:30. The Jr. High will have their homecoming dance on Friday. With the High School having their homecoming dance the next night following the Lady Hawks Panhandle Conference tournament in Sioux County.

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