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  • Cross Country Team Runs

    The Boyd County XC team will start their team runs this week. The schedule is as follows:

    July 7

    • Naper - meet on Main Street @ 7am

    July 14

    • Spencer - meet at the school @ 7 AM

    July 21

    • Butte - meet at school @ 7 AM

    Aug 4

    • Lynch - meet at school @ 7 AM
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  • School Supply List

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  • BC Student Senate Car Wash

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  • Safe Return to School Plan

    Per requirements of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) - ESSER III grant application process, Boyd County Schools has developed a 2021 Return to School Plan. Creation of this plan was based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control as well as input from the North Central District Health Department and the Nebraska Department of Education.  Additionally, the community needs to have an opportunity to provide feedback and input on the plan.

    The Safe Return to School Plan is only the first step in applying for, and being considered for this grant allocating $542,136 to Boyd County Schools.  We are not tied into anything at this point by posting our plan and requesting feedback from parents and community.  There are many steps for this grant and the Boyd County Board of Education can choose to proceed or stop at any point once more information comes forward.

    Click here to read the Safe Return to School Plan

    Click here to fill out the survey

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  • BC is Looking For Bus Drivers

    The Boyd County School is looking for two bus drivers for morning and afternoon routes.  Contact Larry Eilers or Michael Sanne at 402-569-2081 or 402-589-1333 for more information.

    All training and testing costs are covered by the school district.

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  • Kiss the Donkey

    The Boyd County Student Senate is having a Kiss the Donkey contest. Three brave volunteers from our communities, Larry Eilers, Grant Graff, and Penny Roth, are willing to risk having to kiss a donkey to help the Student Senate raise money! We have placed buckets around Boyd County for donations. Place your donation in the bucket of the volunteer that you would like to see get up close and personal with a donkey. Donation buckets can be found at Eagle Lanes in Lynch, the Country Cafe and Lilee Louise in Spencer, and the Firehouse Cafe and the Short Stop in Butte. 

    Whomever has the most money collected by fair week will join us at the fair grounds after the turtle races to pucker up and show the chosen donkey some love. Help the Student Senate out and find the donation buckets soon!

     

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  • FBLA Members Earn National Recognition

    The 2021 FBLA National Leadership Conference, originally scheduled for Anaheim, California, was moved to a virtual setting due to the pandemic. Fifteen Boyd County FBLA members qualified for the conference, held on June 29-July 2. With the virtual format, members presented their projects live to the judges via Zoom. Objective tests were conducted online by those competitors.

    Boyd County members competed in these virtual events: Lauryn Hoffman and Amelia Hoffman - Community Service Project; Kiryn Kayl, Paige Drueke and Amelia Hakl - Local Chapter Annual Business Report; Amelia Hakl, Liz Kersch and McKenzie Snyder - Introduction to Business Presentation; Brynn Almgren - Introduction to Public Speaking; Jenny Goesch - Spreadsheet Applications; Joshua Kersch - Economics; Trevor Goesch - Introduction to Information Technology; Elizabeth Bernt - Middle Level Digital Citizenship; Brooklyn Eckert - Middle Level Business Etiquette.

    To kick off the conference Tuesday morning, Amelia Hoffman and Amelia Hakl represented the Boyd County chapter by serving as voting delegates at the Mountain Plains Regional meeting. At the Mountain Plains session, Elizabeth Bernt was announced as a Young Leader award recipient. This award is presented to the top Middle Level members in the country. The opening session and national officer campaign rally were held Tuesday evening.

    Throughout the day on Wednesday, members enjoyed the opportunity to network with other FBLA members from across the country. They participated in live workshops and discussion boards, gaining ideas to implement in our own chapter. On Thursday morning, members attended the Nebraska delegation meeting, where Nebraska cast its votes for the national officer candidates running for president, secretary and treasurer.

    The first Awards of Excellence program was held Thursday evening, where the top ten placers in each objective test event were recognized. Brooklyn Eckert received 9th place in Middle Level Business Etiquette. This is the 3rd year in a row that the Boyd County chapter has had a Top 10 winner. Also at this session, members were recognized for their achievements in the FBLA programs. Kiryn Kayl completed the challenging fourth and final level of the Business Achievement Awards. Kaci Mashino was one of two Nebraska FBLA members to be recognized for outstanding achievement in community service (500+ hours). Middle Level members Elizabeth Bernt, Addison Birmeier and Brooklyn Eckert were named LEAD program Gold level members. Only 20 Middle Level members in the entire nation received this honor.

    To conclude the 2021 National Leadership Conference, a second awards session was held on Friday afternoon, where top competitors in the presentation events were named. Lauryn and Amelia Hoffman’s Community Service Project, titled “Hunger’s Heroes,” was announced as a Top 14 finalist in that event. Prior to the conference, the National qualifiers enjoyed an overnight trip to Sioux City to celebrate their accomplishments. The Boyd County FBLA chapter would like to say thanks to the Boyd County communities for your continued support of our organization.

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  • Student Accident Insurance Information

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  • Sports Physical Reminder

    REMINDER TO PARENTS AND ATHLETES:

    Click here to print the physical form.

    All students entering grades 7 - 12 who want to participate in sports for the 2021-22 school year are required to get a physical. Physicals must be done before practice starts in the fall. Any students who do not have their physicals done will not be able to participate in practices until the physicals are done and paper work has been turned into coaches. Practices start on August 9th.

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  • New Student Senate

    Meet the New Boyd County Student Senate (BCSS), formally known as the Student Council. The purpose of the BCSS is to establish closer cooperation between the faculty and student body of the Boyd County Schools; to establish standards of education, school spirit, and honor; to provide democratic government through representation of the student body; and to promote the general welfare of the school and the community. We are excited to get to work to help achieve these goals. 

    President: Bentley Adams

    Vice President: Natalie Hausmann

    Treasurer: Natasha Zeisler

    Secretary: Amelia Hoffman

    Liaison Coordinator: Amelia Hakl

    Public Relantions Manager: Brooklyn Eckert

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