Elementary, Middle School, and High School Competition
Build a holiday tree or other Christmas sculpture with canned goods brought in from students. All canned goods will be delivered to the elementary, but please keep them in separate groups(elementary, middle school, and high school).
Groups will have 5th hour on December 13th to work on their sculptures. ML/HS Teachers please come to the cafeteria at 1:00 on the 13th to help with the sculptures. ALL sculptures need to be completed by 3:00 pm on December 14th. (Elementary it is your choice on when you would like to work on yours.) Winner and prize will be announced on December 14th at 3:30 pm. Get students involved, get creative and have fun! (There are a lot of ideas on Pinterest!)
It’s Halloween and the elementary ghosts and goblins roamed the hallways of Hay Springs High School collecting goodies from staff! There were lots of fun and interesting costumes this year. Thank you for visiting us, elementary students, and have a Happy Halloween!
On Monday, the first day of Red Ribbon Week, Sargent Tausan from the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office came and talked to our K-5 grade about being drug and alcohol free. Thank you Sargent Tausan!
Due to icy conditions the K/1 and 2/3 fall concert has been postponed, information will be forthcoming on the reschedule date.
These four were the winners of the AR 4th grade reading pool. For every point students read, they put there name on the pool board. When we had 100 names, the drawing commenced. Huge shout out to the community member who donated these Sackers gift certificates through the Tree of Love. Congratulations Wylie, Elijah, Darius, and Ariah!
Last week was Fire Prevention Week and HSPS PK-5th grade students headed down to the fire hall to learn about fire safety.
Student Council Members presented the kindergarten class with fruit smile snacks after they were announced the winners of the door decorating contest which was a part of homecoming week. Congratulations kindergarten, you guys rock!
On Thursday, September 21st, 4th graders enjoyed the morning at Chadron State Park with the Bird Conservatory of the Rockies. We were able to watch birds get banded, learn about different species and study the habitat at the park. Also the students got to ride in the new bus!
Every year the Gordon Lions Club provides every third grade student at Hay Springs with their very own dictionary. Today was our LUCKY day and we received our wonderful gift. These dictionaries are greatly appreciated and used continually throughout the school year. The Third Grade Classroom sends a big THANK YOU out to the Gordon Lions Club for doing this.