The Parent Institute Newsletters
In order to help celebrate the 100th day of school, the elementary was invited to a special breakfast. The elementary teachers cooked sausages and pancakes for the kids and helped serve. Why sausages and pancakes? Well, if you lay one sausage link on your tray and put one pancake next to it and another pancake next to that one, you have the number “100”!
On Saturday, February 15th, middle level and high school students attended Hay Springs High School’s Winter Ball. The middle level dance was first up for the evening with the high school dance following. The event, which took place in the auditorium, had a great turnout and the kids had fun DJing their own dance! Middle level royalty were Queen Ava McKillip(8th grade) and King Jarhett Anderson(8th grade). High School did not choose royalty since they all consider themselves kings and queens(joking!). A huge “thank you” to Mr. and Mrs. Hagge for working to make Winter Ball a memorable night for everyone!
On Wednesday, January 24th, Hay Springs Public School staff participated in the third annual I Love Public Schools Day, a day devoted to celebrating our teachers, students, and public school communities. But don’t worry, no big parties here or days off school…we simply wore our “I Love Public Schools” T-shirts and took a few moments to snap some pictures! #ILovePublicSchools
Student Council is trying very hard to have a “Winter Ball”. We are now calling it a “Spring Ball” and hopefully, the 4th time is the charm! May the 4th be with us!
We have found one more date that works for everyone.
Mexican Fiesta Spring Ball
Saturday May 4, 2019