Grab-n-Go Breakfast

Beginning October 1st, middle school and high school students will have a “grab-n-go” option for breakfast. The cost will be the same but menu items will be able to be taken to their lockers and eaten when convenient for the student.

Recipe Contest

New contest! The kitchen is looking for new menu ideas.  There will be a suggestion box located in the cafeteria on top of the microwave oven.  Students and staff are encouraged to write down their menu suggestions along with recipes to place in this box.  You can also email your suggestions to wendy.palmer@panesu.org.  Each time your menu suggestion is used, your meal is free!

 

Junior Class Magazine Sales

The Junior class is selling magazine subscriptions to raise money for Prom. You may order through any Junior at Hay Springs Schools or go to the Online Store. The online store is available anytime during the school year. Log on to www.gafundraising.com, click on the “SHOP NOW ONLINE STORE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY” button, enter the school’s ID 2637262 and simply follow the prompts on the screen. In addition to the 700+ magazines, there are also over 600 other items to choose from. We appreciate your support!

Update To Learning Portal Login

Note to those using the http://portal.hshawks.org web address to log into the learning portal:

As you may have noticed, the web address http://portal.hshawks.org now redirects you to this page(http://www.hshawks.com/).  In an effort to overcome some of the issues the ESU is currently experiencing, we are now bypassing the portal page and will instead use the buttons to the left under the heading “Learning Portal Logins” to log into Google Drive(hshawks.org email) and HSPS Moodle(online learning).  You will still use the same email address and password to log into those services when prompted.  My apologies for the change, but this seemed the easiest way to work around the difficulties with the ESU portal page.  Thank you for understanding.

10% Goes Back to Schools

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Music Students Performing at Willow Tree

Swing Choir Fun Camp students will be headed over to perform their Disney Spectacular show at the Willow Tree Festival in Gordon. The performance will be on Sunday, September 9th at 3:25 p.m. This performance is part of the “Cream of the Crop” series being featured at Willow Tree Festival over the weekend. Come and watch the show!

Swing Choir Fun Camp 2012 pictured at their June performance in Security First Bank – Hay Springs.

Join in the Fun at Read/Run Marathon

Read/Run Marathon began this morning at 7am on the football field. We will be making laps around the football field every Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am to 7:45 am, for 10 weeks. It is your choice to run or walk, the days you will attend, and if you will attend the entire time or part of the time. The goal is for the participants to run/walk a total of 26.2 miles (a marathon) in 10 weeks and to read 26 books by January 10, 2013. We hope to see you here! Stay tuned for biweekly progress reports on this event!

Front Row L-R: Acacia Clark, Tianna Clark, Anthony Running Hawk, Baden Planansky, Hannah Wohl, Taylyn Hopkins, Brodey Planansky, Gabe Varvel, Joce Varvel, Braydon Binger; Middle Row: Sam Hindman, Ruth West, Jace Langford, Jessie Badje, Bryce Running Hawk, Kobe Encinia, Austin Anderson, Trent Reed; Back Row: Samantha Clark, Jacob Clark, Tony Hindman, Alberta Olson, Kris Badje, Tanna Badje, Raime Varvel, Reese Varvel, Ciara McCance, Alexis Olson, and Chris Adams. Not pictured: Event sponsor – Linda Kudrna

New Federal Requirements for Hot Lunch

New Federal Requirements: Our food service manager is working to adapt the new Federal USDA requirements.  Our food service program is required to provide a wider variety of vegetables and 50% more whole grain foods.  Students will be offered five items each day and students must take three of them.  One of the items must be a fruit or vegetable.  As in the past students are welcome to go back through the lunch line for seconds.

USDA NOTICE: In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C.  20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339 or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Last Chance for Discount Pricing

Only one week left (5/24) for discount pricing on Summer Camps! We hope you will take a moment to look at the brochure – maybe you have a child, niece or nephew, or grandchild that would like to attend. Paper brochures were sent to 69347 postal patrons; they are also available at Security 1st Bank – Hay Springs, Sackers, Shear Style, Hip-Hop, and the school. You may also view the brochure at the link below.

Summer Camp 2012