Employment Opportunities

Positions Available
Hay Springs Public School is accepting applications for the following positions:

  • Head Cook – closing when filled
  • Assistant Cook – closing when filled
  • Part-time Custodian – closing when filled

Hay Springs Public School is a Class D school which successfully operates on a four-day academic week Monday through Thursday. If you have an interest in any of these positions please submit your letter of application, resume’, transcript and certifications by mail or e-mail to:
D. Russell Lechtenberg, Superintendent
Or Mark Hagge, Principal
Hay Springs Public School
P O Box 280
407 N Baker St
Hay Springs, Nebraska 69347
russell.lechtenberg@hshawks.com
mark.hagge@hshawks.com
308-638-4434 (p)

Hay Springs Public School District is an equal opportunity employer.

Coaching Positions Available:

Hay Springs High School is looking to fill the following coaching positions:

  • Assistant boys basketball coach
  • Jr. High Wrestling coach
  • Concession stand manager

Please contact Linda Kudrna at Hay Springs Public Schools (308-638-4434) if interested.

Reading Safari Magic Show, Friday June 4th 10:00am at the school cafeteria. Everyone is welcome!

Jeff Quinn is offering an adventurous, fun-filled Reading Safari magic show that you will go wild over!

The show will run approximately 40-45 minutes and contains lots of audience participation, family-friendly humor and amazing magic all built around this year’s Summer Reading Program theme Tails and Tales!

Jeff Quinn’s 2021 Summer Reading Program magic show is definitely going to be the highlight of our summer program. This 40-45 minute show features wildlife themed tricks and routines that both entertain and promote reading. 

​Jeff will do tricks with silly snakes; enormous elephants and the world’s only trained gnat, Gnatalie. 

Friday June 4th 10:00am at the school cafeteria. Everyone is welcome! (you don’t have to be a kid ) It’s free and there are some great door prizes! Come have fun and sign up for Cravath Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program. 

It’s the WILDEST event you’ll have all  summer!

 

 Summer Reading will be held at the School Cafeteria June 9th, June 16th, June 23rd and June 30th

 

Magician In Cafeteria

The Cravath Memorial Library is pleased to announce that famed magician Jeff Quinn will be back this summer! You may remember his amazing performance from two years ago. This year he will stun us again with his Reading Safari Magic Show! 🧙

🦁 Join us June 4th at 10am in the school cafeteria for a safari adventure 🦁

Elementary Awards Show

On Tuesday, May 18th, 2021, Hay Springs Public School held the elementary awards show in the auditorium.  Awards were given out to students in each grade who exhibited excellence in academics as well as good attendance, following the SOAR expectations, and in a variety of other categories.  A special award was given to Mrs. Olson for her amazing volunteer work she does for the school and the community!  Congratulations to ALL of our elementary students on a great school year!

Scooter Parade

Kindergarten and First Grade celebrated a successful year with a Scooter Day! They decorated their scooters and paraded around the nursing home. A huge thank you to everyone who helped make this fun for the kiddos! We are scooting right into summer!

Kindergarten and Angelman’s Syndrome

Last week Kindergarten had a special visitor, Ava Stock. Ava came to visit and tell us about Angelman’s syndrome. We learned that her DNA doesn’t follow the ABAB pattern. She has two dad genes next to each other. We learned how we were like Ava (she likes pizza and so do we) and how we are different (she can’t walk yet, but we can). We finished out the week supporting Angelman’s syndrome by participating in the Angelman’s syndrome walk!

 

Trout Release

Fifth graders have spent the last several months raising Rainbow Trout. Last Thursday was release day! We were fortunate to get permission from Nebraska Game & Parks to release them at Walgren Lake. After the release, we went on a “Water Bug Hunt”. Some “water bugs,” or macroinvertebrates, are more sensitive or tolerant of pollutants than others, so they can be a good indicator of water quality.