SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for young adults. Starting again May 7th 2015, SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week – a current young adult title along with a thematically paired classic or required summer reading title. Sign up for email or text alerts and be first to know when new titles are available to download at www.audiobooksync.com.
Preschool Visitation/Registration is tomorrow, April 30th for preschool age students ages 3 and 4. Come join us for an afternoon of learning and fun. You may also register your child at this time or anytime. Parents are Welcome!
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Major League Baseball PITCH, HIT, and RUN competition in Chadron on Sunday, May 3rd. Registration: 1:30-2:30pm. Competition begins at 3:00 pm at the Maurice Horse Fields. For more info stop in the office.
This workshop will give youth the opportunity to build their won birdhouse then learn what type of bird they will house and where they need to hang their house. Please register by Friday, April 24 by calling the extension office. Workshop is Friday, May 1st at the Hay Springs School Cafeteria.
The 2015 Prom will be held in the auditorium on April 25th. The Grand March will be held in the auditorium beginning at 8:30. The doors will open to the public at 8:15 p.m. to attend the Grand March and parent dance ONLY. All public, including parents, are asked to leave immediately following the parent dance so that the students can enjoy spending the evening with their classmates and friends.
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Nebraska Extension will be at Parent Teacher Conferences on March 19th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the cafeteria. Enroll you student in 4-H, learn what the 4-H program has to offer and have your student participate in a Science Activity.
On Monday, March 9, the State Patrol and their two drug dogs were scheduled to do a search of the school. The students were secured in their classrooms. The dogs searched student lockers, the locker rooms, the locker rooms in Lister-Sage, and the parking lot.
We were pleased that the dogs found nothing in the school facilities. However, in the parking lot, the dog did hit on a vehicle. The parent was notified and we are taking appropriate action.
Expired License Plates
I would note that during the drug dog search there were several vehicles with expired license plates. No action was taken on the expired plates today. I would suggest that parents don’t allow their child to drive to school until the vehicles have been properly licensed.
If you have questions or need additional information don’t hesitate to contact the school.
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The Hay Springs Video Production Class has made a Public Service Announcement video and entered it into the Nebraska “Click It, Don’t Risk It PSA Video Contest.” We are asking you to get on Twitter and YouTube to vote on our entry. This contest is a great opportunity for Nebraska high school students to create a :30 second public service announcement (PSA) to creatively express their views on seat belts and why they are important. Four winners will be chosen, one from each class (Class A, B,C,D) – each winner will receive $2,000, and their PSA will run at a local movie theater in or near its community! So, go to YouTube and “Like” our video, use the #CIDRI2015 and the #HSHSVideo hashtags on Twitter, and be sure to like and share this post on Facebook.
Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 Hay Springs Schools will be hosting a Nebraska Spirit: The North Platte Canteen presentation at 1 pm in the Old Auditorium.
Author, Professional Speaker and Free Little Library Steward will be talking about World War II, American Soldiers from across the country rolled through North Platte, Nebraska, on troop trains en route to Europe and Pacific. Learn the story of the community that turned a railroad depot into a legend and touched the lives of more than six million soldiers from 1942 to 1946. Everyone is welcome to attend!