Our elementary students are doing an amazing job meeting recess expectations! Until it comes time to line up… Enjoy this short video meant to teach our students the proper ways of lining up! Keep on SOARing HAWKS!!
Red Ribbon Week – Life is a Journey – Travel Drug free is the theme. We will be spreading awareness and and promoting being drug and alcohol free.
Every Thursday in the month of October students are encouraged to celebrate being drug free by dressing up.
Oct 4th – Drugs Can’t Find Me – Wear Camoflauge
Oct. 11th – Fight Fires and Drugs – Wear red
Oct 18th – Sock it to Drugs – Wear Crazy Socks
Oct. 25th – Hats Off to Drugs – Wear your Hat.
We are teaming this event with a food drive. Students are encouraged to bring 1 non-perishable food item every week of October. These items will be collected and donated to the local food drive for baskets.
I am requesting that students offer input into the Hay Springs School classroom behavioral expectations by answering the following questions by checking the response that most accurately identifies your feelings concerning the best possible learning environment in your classrooms.
Classroom Behavior Expectations Survey
$1 from each T-shirt will be donated to Gordon CARE and $1 to Chadron Community Hospital. Get your Pink Out shirt today!
Pink Out Fundraiser T-Shirt Order Form
Sept 24th-Sept 28th
Dress up days and Activities:
Monday: Jocks and Nerds day. Bring your letterman jacket and your pocket protectors.
Softball game after practice at baseball fields.
Tuesday: Hillbilly Hootenally. Find your inner hillbilly and show it off!
Wednesday: Dress like your favorite teacher/student day. Have a teacher or student that inspires you? Dress like them!
Thursday: HSPS Pride Day/Hat N Jersey Day. Wear your Hawk Gear and show your school spirit!
Coronation in the Old Auditorium at 2:30 pm, pep rally downtown following Coronation.
Queen: Jessi Badje, Rebekah Holtmeier, and Erin Kadlecek
King: Jarret Pieper, Austin Anderson, and Johnny Toof
Crown Bearers: Kaycee Kaiser and Brecken Starke
7:00 pm Bonfire – Bring your school spirit! Homecoming dance for 9-12th grade after Bonfire until midnight!
We hope to see everyone dressed up and showing some school spirit! (PreK – 12th) We will be having costume contests for every grade!
Hay Springs Public Schools is seeking a Kitchen Aide/Assistant Cook for the 2018-2019 school year. This position is part-time (20-36 hours per week). If interested, please contact Superintendent Russell Lechtenberg. This position is open until filled. Please print and fill out employment application linked below.
As part of the Continuing Improvement Program at Hay Springs Public Schools, we not only measure the academic success of our students, but also the quality of relationships with parents, staff, and community members. To measure the perceptions of our school, the committee has prepared a survey specifically for each target group. Your participation in this survey will help us focus our efforts on improving the learning experience for our students, the working environment for our teachers and staff, and our relationships with parents and community members. Thank
you for taking the time to help Hay Springs Public Schools continue to empower students to achieve lifelong success for years to come.
Please follow this link to complete the survey!
Nebraska Beef to Hot Lunch Program is a reality at Hay Springs Public School. The students, staff, administration and the Board of Education are extremely excited about the fact that we will be serving locally grown beef in our school lunch program. This program is a great way to support the health and nutrition of the student attending Hay Springs School. Today, we had a “Beef to Table Kick-off” event prior to our first home football and volleyball games to be held on Friday, September 7th. Parents and patrons were invited to join us for the noon meal.
We are so grateful to those individuals on the Board of Education and local beef producers that have been instrumental in researching and developing this very important program. Their dedication towards getting locally produced beef on the table for our students is greatly appreciated. A huge thanks go to those who have contributed to the success of our initial stage of this program. Those include Sheridan Livestock Market and Judd Hoos for donating the first two beef animals, Security First Bank for paying for the processing, BNSF Railroad and Russ and Sue Lechtenberg for donating freezers, Greg Heiting and Brian Forney for transporting the animals to slaughter and processed beef back to the school, and to Sandhill’s State Bank for their monetary donation. KDK Meats at Bridgeport, Nebraska, a USDA inspected packing plant is where the beef was process and KDK donated the cost of the inspection and testing for the animals and processing.
Local beef producers are stepping up in a big way to provide nutritious beef to our students. We currently have two additional animals donated for processing later in the year but will need additional animals as we continue this program. If you are interested in supporting this program in any manner, please contact the Hay Springs School administrative office or any of our Board of Education members.
A quick video to show our fans how we hope they’ll act at our sporting events. Hope to see you at our home games to cheer on the HAWKS!
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