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.
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: 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.
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Sign ups for all our fall Chadron Community Recreation programs; soccer, flag football, and tackle football, will be next week on Aug. 20,21 and 23 at the PAC on the CSC campus (the building on south main, below C hill) from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm. Cost for soccer and Flag FB will be $25. Cost for tackle football is $60 and with an equipment deposit of $150. The fee for soccer covers the spring games also which we continue in April & May. People can get more information and print off the registration forms from chadronrec.com. You may also mail the registration form in before Sept. 1 to CCR, P.O. Box 4, Chadron, NE, 69337. For questions call CCR @ 432-3133.
Kick for College, sponsored by Security First Bank, will be hosted during half-time of the August 31st home football game. All students in grades 9-12 are eligible to enter. Interested students may sign-up in the school office starting August 22nd! The chosen participant will kick several field goals for a chance to win up to $500 in scholarship money. If the chosen participant is on the football team, they will need to choose someone who isn’t to kick for them.
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The Hay Springs Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) booster club is preparing for another school year. The mission of FCA is to present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church. The booster club has set up some tentative dates to start up the huddle and other events.
- Monday, August 20th – Huddle starts with the Junior High and High School Kids -Distance Learning room during lunch – this Huddle will continue on a weekly basis every Monday
- Wednesday, Aug. 22nd – Coach’s breakfast from 7:15 to 8:00 a.m. in the cafeteria
- Friday, August 31st – Serve meal to players and coaches of both teams after the Rapid City Christian Football game
Our goal is also to continue to host some events for the kids on a quarterly basis and will continue to keep the school and community posted on those events when scheduled. If anyone has any questions in regards to FCA or wants to become involved please don’t hesitate to give me a call at (308) 320-4445.
Chadron Community Recreation Youth Leagues
- Youth Flag and Tackle Football Leagues:
– for kids, grades 3-6
– Saturday mornings, Eaton Soccer Field, Sept.-Nov.
- Youth Soccer League:
– for kids, ages 6-18 yrs.
– Mon, Tues, & Thurs. evenings, Eaton Soccer Field
– two seasons (one reg. fee)–Sept.-Oct. and Apr.-May
For more information log onto www.chadronrec.com or call 308-432-3133.
I am super excited for this year’s season. This is my first year coaching Volleyball in Hay Springs and I am seeing talent where I didn’t expect it. This will be a season of change for the Lady Hawks. We graduated several starters last year, so you will be seeing a revamped roster and system change. I am extremely optimistic that the returnees and a promising transfer senior can develop into a competitive team.
A season of change will be the theme this year. The girls are not only adjusting to a new coach but new roles as well. I have setters who can hit and hitters who can set. If we can capitalize on this versatility you will see some surprising plays, making for exciting volleyball for the fans.
While the Lady Hawks will miss last year’s seniors, the sophomores are showing a lot of promise on the court and will help fill the void. Leadership will be coming from returning starters Beth Roberts and Michaela Metcalf along with new student Kodee Muhr, a senior from Harrisburg. Kodee will be a great asset to the set/hit combo of Roberts and Metcalf. Another plus point will be junior Stephanie Tlustos who can also step in as a setter or hitter.
The flexibility on our team is also one of the challenges we face. We will need to utilize the talent wisely and efficiently. The girls are also going to be working hard on back row play. In a league as strong as Panhandle Conference, defense will be the name of the game. We certainly have the ability to be a factor on the defensive end. At the same time, we are young and we will take some hits; but our goal is to work towards being a competitive team.
The Hawks football team should have an exciting year. We are returning a great bunch of kids that have a lot of experience. With most everyone knowing the system it will let practices flow smoother and give us more time to fine tune both our offense and defense.
This summer Joe Planansky, Jason Funk, Jason Alcorn, and I put on a football camp for any player from 6th grade on up. I felt this was an excellent experience for the kids. We taught a lot of football fundamentals and techniques in three days. During the camp we stressed on how to be a better person and student by getting a good education, showing integrity, putting forth effort, having a good attitude, and to be disciplined.
This year I am pleased to have coach Alcorn back as a full time assistant. His knowledge and intensity is a huge benefit to the team. Coach Jason Funk will be new to the program this year also. He is a CSC alum, and a hall of famer. He will help us when he has free time. Issac and Nick will also be back to help us out again. It is nice to have great coaches and volunteers. They are invaluable to the hawks.
See you this fall! Coach Turman