Position: Superintendent/K-5 or 6-12 Principal
Hay Springs Public School is a Class 3 rural school district in the northwest corner of Nebraska. The school district consists of a K-5 elementary school and a 6-12 secondary school. The school runs a state approved preschool program. The school district operates on a four-day school week.
The School Board is seeking a superintendent/K-5 or 6-12 principal. Consideration would also be given to applicants that are able to obtain a provisional superintendent certification. The outgoing superintendent is available as a resource and for budget preparation assistance.
Applicants must submit a letter of application, resume, copy of college transcripts, superintendent certificate and the online application. Application materials can be obtained at business.hshawks.com. Position begins July 1, 2015. For additional information call 308-638-4434. This position will be open until filled.
A Notice to all Students, Parents, or Interested People of Summer Camp Guitar Lessons:
We will be offering a beginner and an intermediate class of guitar during the afternoons of summer camp for all interested guitar people, big or small. The classes will be an hour long per class and will start on June 2, running Monday through Thursday, finishing on Thursday, June 26th. All that you’ll need is a guitar! If you are interested or know of someone, please let them know about it and contact the school.
Flag Parent’s Night will be half time of the Boys Varsity basketball game vs. Banner County on Friday, 1/10.
The Hawk football team will head to Wallace, NE to take the Wildcats in Round 2 of the state playoffs. The game is scheduled for 2 p.m. (CT), 1 p.m. (MT), Wednesday, November 6th, in Wallace.
Reminder: There will be NO SCHOOL on November 6th!
Red Ribbon Week
October 28 – 31, 2013
Theme for week
“We’ve got the right stuff to be drug free”
Monday – Red Day: wear red
Tuesday – Sports Day: wear your favorite hat & jersey
Wednesday – Pajama Day
Thursday – Costume Day: Say Boo to Drugs!
Picture Day Schedule
Tuesday, Oct. 1st (tomorrow)
- Elementary Teachers and Para’s (prior to school)
- Morning Pre K (will eat breakfast at 9a)
- 1st Grade
- 2nd Grade
- 3rd Grade
- 4th Grade
- 5th Grade
- Community Pictures 11:30 -12:30 – Please call Shiela is this time does not work for you.
Wednesday, October 2nd
- 6th grade
- 7th Grade
- 8th Grade
- Afternoon PreK (come to school at 11:15am)
- 12:30 pm – ML/HS Teachers
- 9th grade
- 10th Grade
- 11th Grade
- 12th Grade
- Other Staff
- Band Pictures (3pm)
Click below for the Girls’ on the Run, Fun Run Flyer and Registration Form.
Hope to see you there!
The high-school winter ball was a moderate success this year. Many of the students left early, the dozen or so that stayed had a great time! They danced until the end, enjoyed the snacks and thanked the chaperones for being there and having the dance! Joey Johnson was crowned king, and Kodee Muhr was crowned Queen. Congratulations to both of you!
The middle-school dance was a huge success! Alexis Olson was crowned Princess and Drew Letcher was crowned Prince. Congratulations to you both! Winter Ball royalty has never happened for the middle school before, and the students were not aware of it until they were at the dance Friday night. They all seemed to be enthusiastic about it!
Many, many thanks to the following people for help making the 2013 Winter Balls successful:
Student Council, (especially: Alexis Olson, Rebekah Holtmeier, Sam Kearns and Eli Badje), Mrs. Shimek and her husband, Larel and Megan Reimann, Mrs. Olson (who voluntarily helped clean up after both balls!), Paula Sibel, Toi Riggs and Miriam Kearns (who was there through thick and thin for both dances and brought great suppers for the chaperones and DJ’s), Ricky for pre and post help, Kerisa Marx (who gave up an entire afternoon to help decorate) and Zoe Schneider (who gave up her Friday evening to take pictures at the Junior High dance).
Also, thank you to the Toof’s, Laurin, the Marx’s, and Regg for the trees and other decorations that you loaned us! Thank you to Shannon for the Punch Bowl and Shelly Olson for the chocolate fountain!
Students in grades PreK through 5th brought in their 100th day collections of 100 things. There were displays with legos, paper clips, candies, paper cups…the list could go on and on. Middle Level/High School students and staff voted on the collections. Below are the top 3 selections from each division. 1st place received 3 gold dollars, 2nd place received two, and 3rd place received one.
1st Place: Tripp Buettner
2nd Place: Bo Thies
3rd Place: Aubry Anderson
1st Place: Abbey Russell
2nd Place: Krystyn Riggs
3rd Place: Noah Kelly
2nd & 3rd
1st Place: James Scherbarth
2nd Place: Aisha Corrall
3rd Place: Logan DeCoste
4th & 5th
1st Place: Hannah Wohl
2nd Place: Hayly Hopkins
3rd Place: Bailey Scherbarth
The 100th day of school is scheduled for February 19th. This is always an exciting day for the elementary students. We start the day by wearing our pajamas to school and eating a breakfast of fluffy pancakes and sausage links in the cafeteria. We also are asking all students preK-5 to bring in a collection of 100 items; be creative as there will be prizes awarded for the top three collections in each group: PreK, K-1, 2-3, and 4-5. Winners of the 100th day collections will be announced on February 28th at the Family Math Night.