The 4th graders read every day with our Kindergarten friends. Have you read to your child today? Make it a point to do so!
The Book Fair is Here and Open. Stop by after school and all evening on Thursday, March 15th. The fair will be open until Tuesday, March 20th. If you are looking for more diversity check out the online store. More books for all ages. Books ordered online are sent free of charge to the school. Click here to check it out.
Please click the link below to review and get directions for applying for some of the many local scholarships available to college bound students!
Hay Springs and Security First Scholarships
March 1st was the second Family Movie Night. This time featuring “The Lorax” based on the book by Dr. Seuss. After the movie parents and students gathered in the cafeteria for Lorax activities and treats. They made Lorax wraps for milk cartons then planted marigold seeds. There were pictures to color and words games for all ages.
Thursday, Feb 28th, the third and fourth grade were part of a worldwide Skype with an Author. Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver answered questions and discussed their work together. Winkler, who is dyslexic and had learning problems all his life; succeeded as an actor, producer, and now author. Some of you may remember him as the Fonz on the television series “Happy Days”.
Winkler and Oliver are authors of the Hank Zipzer series. Hank is a smart, funny, intelligent boy who has learning challenges. The stories are about his everyday adventures and misadventures. An interesting note: The font used in the books is called Dyslexia and was created by a typesetter who had children with dyslexia. It is easier to read than the usual font used in most books.
If you would like to view this author visit. Click here.
Happy March! It is almost spring! We have had such an amazing year in preschool and I can’t believe it is so close to being over. (Click link to read more)
March Preschool Newsletter
(Posted: 3/6/18) Hay Springs Public School is accepting applications for a paraprofessional to begin as soon as possible. This position is part-time (32-36 hours per week). If interested, please complete the employment application and criminal history request form below. Contact for position: Supt. Russell Lechtenberg
(Posted: 3/6/18) Hay Springs Public School is accepting applications for a custodian. This position is part-time (32-36 hours per week). If interested, please complete the employment application and criminal history request form below. Contact for position: Supt. Russell Lechtenberg or Shannon Langford
(Posted: 3/6/18) Hay Springs Public School is accepting applications for activity bus drivers/substitute route drivers. This position is part-time/as needed. If interested, please complete the employment application and criminal history request form below. Contact for position: Supt. Russell Lechtenberg or Shannon Langford
We are conducting an experiment this afternoon. We observed water in a cup. Then we added a “mystery powder” to our cup and observed how the properties changed. After we added our mystery powder we put our cups in the refrigerator and are (im)patiently waiting to see if/how our matter will change! What do you think will happen?
Those 4th graders are at it again! The fourth graders put together their own Nebraska Blue Books. Their books included symbols of the state, the flag, and a familiar sight or two. Check them out you may learn something new.
Click here to view the books!