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    2019 State Track Update

    Chase Snyder placed 3rd at State Track in shot put with a throw of 53'10"! This is also a new personal record for him! WAY TO GO CHASE!

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    3rd Grade Field Trip

    Boyd County 3rd and 4th grade students traveled in style to Chamberlain, SD on Thursday, May 16. They visited the Akta Lakota Cultural Museum on the campus of St. Joseph's Indian School. The museum is all about the Native American ways of life for the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota peoples who were on the plains. The museum shows the ways of life for native peoples from the beginning of time through current day. Some of the favorite exhibits included ways the buffalo were used, bead and quill work, star quilts, and a buffalo hide that told the story of a battle against an American General. The students also were able to interact with games and a short video depicting Native American way of life. They also got to visit the the center which explains the history of St. Joe's Indian School. After the museum they loaded the bus and headed to the statue name "Dignity" which is at a rest stop just outside of Chamberlain. She is 50ft tall and 32 feet wide. Thank you to Larry for the safe travels and Jessica Koenig and Vonda Nolan for coming along with us! 

    Click on the small picture above to check out more pictures!

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    Midwest Elite Youth Basketball Camp

    Midwest Elite Basketball (MEB) will be holding a camp in Boyd County this summer. In conjunction with the JH/HS girls camp, there will be a 2-day Future Stars Camp offered. The camp will be held on June 26th and 27th from 1:00 - 3:00pm at the MS/HS gym. All boys and girls in 3rd  - 6th grade (as of the 2019-20) school year may attend.

    There is a fee of $45 per child. Checks can be made payable to Boyd County Girls Basketball (memo - youth b-ball camp)

    The deadline for registration is June 1st. You can access a copy of the registration form below. Mail registration form and payment to: Boyd County Schools - PO Box 109 - Spencer, NE - 68777

    If you have any questions feel free to call Jeff Hart 402-336-8942 or Jacky Hoffman 402-580-4184

    Click here to print registration form.

     

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    Spartan Youth Football Camp

    The Boyd County high school coaching staff and varsity players will be working with the youth in our area to provide a youth football camp on Friday, July 19th from 8:00am to noon. There is a camp fee of $15.00, which will get the participating kids a camp t-shirt. 

    It is the goal of the current football coaching staff at Boyd County Schools to gain youth interest in the football program, and to start helping to develop future Spartan football players. The kids will be able to learn position specific technique, while working footwork, and handwork drills. At the conclusion of the day the kids will be able to participate in a 7 on 7 flag football game. THIS IS A NON-CONTACT CAMP. No kids should be hitting each other, as we protective equipment will not be used. 

    Kids entering grades 4th - 8th will be allowed to participate in the camp. If you are interested, please click the link below to fill out the form, sign, and return to the MS/HS office or to Coach Wright by July 1st. 

    If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email Coach Wright at  bwright@boydcounty.org

     

    Click here to print off the form.

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    2019 District Track

    District Results from C-5 Districts in Norfolk

    Boyd County has 4 athletes that qualified for the State Track on May 17th and 18th. Chase Snyder will compete in the Shot Put and Discus, and Austin Koenig in the 3200 meter run, Lauryn Hoffman in the 400 meter and the 200 meter run, and Elsie Magwire in the 100 meter dash.

    Others that placed at the district meet:

    Lauryn Hoffman

    • 3rd in the long jump at 15’9 

    Mariah Smalley

    • 3rd in the 800 meter - 2:40.6 

    Heather Atkinson 

    • 6th in the 3200 meter run - 14:11

    Austin Koenig

    • 5th in the 800 meter run at 2:10

    4 X 100 relay 

    • 3rd  - 53.88 - Natalie Hausmann, Emma Stahlecker, Lauryn Hoffman, Elsie Magwire

    4 X 800 relay

    • 6th - 11:34.07 - Axell Bosio, Heather Atkinson, Emma Stahlecker, Mariah Smalley 

    4 X 400 relay

    • 3rd - 3:46.6 - Conner Hermsen, Mason Disterhaupt, Jared Koenig and Austin Koenig   

    4 X 800 relay

    • 5th - 9:44.5 - Joshua Kersch, Joseph Hiatt, Brayden Almgrem, Ethan McBride 
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    Boyd County Class of 2019 Graduation

    “Together, we have experienced life.

    Separately, we will pursue our dreams.

    Forever, our memories will remain.”

     

     

    The 2019 Boyd County Graduation Ceremony was held on Saturday, May 11th at 2:00pm. The Boyd County school said good-bye to thirty seniors, and would like to wish all of them the best of luck in their future endeavors. 

    Eight seniors were awarded medals for Academic Excellence: Sydney Atkinson, Lane Carson, Chase Harmon, Conner Hermsen, Jacey Hilkemann, Elsie Magwire, Melissa Sextro, and Emma Stahlecker.

    Fifteen seniors were given honor chords: Sydney Atkinson, Lane Carson, Jayla Froman, Chase Harmon, Conner Hermsen, Jacey Hilkemann, Ashley Holmberg, Austin Koenig, Jared Koenig, Lexie Lowery, Elsie Magwire, Shay Nelson, Melissa Sextro, Emma Stahlecker, and Kiersten Wheeler.

    Nine of the graduating seniors were members of the National Honor Society: Sydney Atkinson, Lane Carson, Jayla Froman Chase Harmon, Jacey Hilkemann, Jared Koenig, Elsie Magwire, Shay Nelson, and Emma Stahlecker.

    The 2019 Salutatorian was Sydney Atkinson, and the 2019 Valedictorian was Chase Harmon.

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    3rd Grade Tree Scavenger Hunt

    All the saplings must go to elemen-tree school before high school!

    Mrs. Johnson's third grade elemen-tree students got to spend some time learning all about trees! Connie McCarthy came to talk about everything that trees provide for us. When she was finished, they when on a scavenger hunt around town then to find different kinds of trees! 

    Click the small picture to the right to check out some more pictures!

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    NVC-North Central Nebraska All-Star Basketball

    The Inaugural NVC-North Central Nebraska All-Star Basketball games will be hosted in O’Neill on Friday, May 24th.

     

    Stadium Sports and KBRX have organized an All-Star Basketball game that will feature senior basketball players from the Niobrara Valley Conference and North Central Nebraska. The pool of players selected for the All-Star Basketball games were drafted by team coaches for the boys and girls. The teams will be split between red and white teams.

     

    The coaches selected to represent the girl’s white team will be CWC Lady Renegades Head Coach Laurel O’Malley and West Holt Lady Huskies Head Coach Mike Pardun. Coaching the red team will be Ewing Lady Tigers Head Coach Greg Appleby and Elkhorn Valley Lady Falcons Head Coach Brendan Dittmer.

     

    The coaches selected to represent the boy’s white team will be Neligh-Oakdale Warriors Head Coach Ethan Larsen and Wausa Vikings Head Coach Tim Schindler. Coaching the red team will be Ainsworth Bulldogs Head Coach Sean Sterkel and Boyd County Spartans Head Coach Matt Korkow.

     

    The NVC-North Central Nebraska All-Star Basketball games will be played at the O’Neill Gymnasium on Friday, May 25th. The girls will play at 5 pm with the boys to follow. Admission for the All-Star game will be $5.

     

    The All-Star games will be broadcast on 102.9 FM and streamed on KBRX.com.

     

    Below you can find the entire rosters and coaches listed for each team competing in the Inaugural NVC-North Central Nebraska All-Star Basketball Games.

     

    Girls Red

    Greg Appleby-Brendan Dittmer

    Hannah Ollendick-Elkhorn Valley

    Sierra Rystrom -Elkhorn Valley

    Allyson Wemhoff-EPPJ

    Sydney Atkinson-Boyd County

    Marina Fessler-Stuart

    Miranda Summers-Ewing

    Claire Morrow-O'Neill

    Ashtyn Fritz-Creighton

    Kyra Farewell - CWC

     

    Girls White 

    Laurel O'Malley-Mike Pardun

    Amber Miller-Elkhorn Valley

    Carlie Wetzel-West Holt

    Peyton Randolph-West Holt

    Leighton Mlady-West Holt

    Emma Stahlecker-Boyd County

    Katie Sterns-Clearwater-Orchard

    Megan Cook-Niobrara-Verdigre

    Brianna Bauer-O'Neill

    Shelby Jones-Ainsworth

     

    Boys Red 

    Sean Sterkel-Matt Korkow

    Colton Munger-North Central

    Ryan Wilhelm-Clearwater-Orchard

    Cole Belitz-Neligh-Oakdale

    Austin Rice-Neligh-Oakdale

    Grady Semin-St. Mary’s

    Dennis Herrera-O'Neill

    Gage Delimont-Ainsworth

    Kyle Schumacher-EPPJ

    Evan Reiman-Boyd County

     

    Boys White

    Ethan Larsen-Tim Schindler

    Blake Hoke-Clearwater-Orchard

    Jacob Long- Clearwater-Orchard

    Isiac Kurpgeweit-Neligh-Oakdale

    Ethan Sattler-Stuart

    Isaac Steinhauser-Stuart

    Francisco Perez-O'Neill

    Keaton Eichberger-Plainview

    Jordan Tasler-West Holt

    Tyson Kaiser-Wausa

    Cory Lechtenberg – Boyd County

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    5th and 6th Grade Honor Band

     

    On Saturday, April 27, 2019, 19 Boyd County 5th and 6th graders along with their teacher, Mrs. Hausmann, went to Neligh-Oakdale for the 11th Annual 5th & 6th Grade Honor Band. To be chosen to attend, students must have reached a certain level in their methods books. Attending the honor band was: Lily Kemnitz, Issac Jensen, River Hansen, ReNae Kluckman, Charlie Adamsn, Mazee Johnson, Madalyn Reiser, Jaylee Lechtneberg, Will Nelson, Katelyn Faus, Brandon Boetcher, Kayden Kayl, Elizabeth Bernt, Brooklyn Eckert, Lilly Magwire, Addison Bermeier, Ben Tiefenthaler, Grant McGill, Mariah Strom, Carson Haun, Evan Brewer, Michaela Roth, and Blaine Purviance,  Evan Hammon and Jada Harmon were were unable to attend.

    The 5th Grade Honor Band, directed by Dr. Josh Calkin, played Hero’s and Glory, Royal Crown March, Popcorn Prelude, Surfin’ USA, and Let’s Rock.  The Percussion Ensemble, directed by Mr. Chad Barnhill, performed Rumble, Plastic Boom, vowels, and the Antelope County Thunderstorm. The 6th Grand Band, directed by Mrs. Emiley Bond, performed All Board, Crazy Crocodile, Starsplitter Fanfare, Heavy Metal, and Supremacy.

    The students learned a lot at their rehearsals and enjoyed the day.  Thank you to all the parents and family members who supported and attended the final concert.

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    Preschool Open House

    Boyd County Preschool Open House

    For All Preschool Aged Children - (Children need to be 3 years of age and under 5 years of age as of July 31, 2019)

    • Monday, May 20th
    • From 5 pm to 7 pm
    • At Butte and Lynch Attendance Centers.

    Plan to attend even if you are unsure about enrolling for the Fall of 2019.  Call 340-1849(Mrs. Reiman-Butte) or 340-3992(Mrs. McBride-Lynch) if you are unable to attend but would like to enroll your child or with additional questions.  The Boyd County School District is requesting enrollment numbers for the 2019-2020 School Year to serve all preschool aged children in the District.

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