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    2019 Veterans Day Program

    The Boyd County School held their annual Veterans Day program on Monday, November 11th at 2:45pm in the MS/HS gym. The gym was full of the young and old who came out to honor our Veterans. The Color Guard was in attendance for the Posting of the Colors, followed by the singing of the National Anthem by the Boyd County MS/HS choir. After the Pledge of Allegiance Gary Conroy told a story about the only Nebraskan to receive a Medal of Honor. The choir than sang, under the direction of Mrs. Hausmann, "Song for the Unsung Hero".

    Click the small picture on the right to see a slideshow of some of Boyd County's Veterans.



    After the choir sang, Seniors Joseph and Heather Atkinson read the poem "The Ragged Old Flag" by Johnny Cash. Hear the poem by clicking here

    Following the poem, it was time for the Boyd County bands to show their appreciation for our Veterans. The Junior High Band played "God Bless America", followed by the High School Band playing "American Pride", both under the direction of Mrs. Hausmann.


    Finishing up the program was the K-12 choirs joining together to celebrate every branch of the military by singing “Armed Forces-The Pride of America”. The Veterans were asked to stand when they heard their branch's song. In attendance we had Veterans from the United States Army, Marines, Navy, and Air Force. 



    Thank you to everybody who came out today to honor our Veterans on this important holiday!






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    Boyd County 7-12 Quarter 1 Honor Roll

    Congrats to all the students who worked hard all quarter and made the Honor Roll!

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    Boyd County High School's Very Own Spice Girls

    Oh I tell you want I want, what I really really want!  SPICE GIRLS!

    Thanks to the ladies in the kitchen, the Boyd County MS/HS had their very own group of Spice Girls on Halloween! 

    Melissa Mizner, DebTejral, Pauletta Riha, Susan Schulte, Mary Finnegan, Nicole Henderson

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    November Kindness Awards

    The winners for November's Kindness Awards have been drawn!  The winners for the month of November are Lucas Filips (8th grade) and Gina McCarthy (12th grade).

    Lucas and Gina will both get to be first in line for lunch for a week, and receive a free Ozark sucker from the Freshman class.

    No act of kindess from the drawing should go unmentioned. Other students who were recognized were Hudson Hoffman, Mathias Boettcher, Nathan Kaczor, Colby Hansen, Cory Koenig, Klara Faxen, Emmie Flesher, Chase Snyder, Andrea Hipke, Robert Roth, Ethan McBride, and Logan Carlson. These students will receive a free Ozark sucker from the Freshman class as well.

    Thank you to all of these students for letting their awesomness shine by being so kind!


    Lucas put the "I" in kind by always being willing to help others with various tasks throughout the day.


    Gina put the "I" in kind by helping staff clean up the library without being asked.

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    Natasha Zeisler Competes at State XC

    Freshman Natasha Zeisler competed at the Nebraska State Cross Country Meet hosted on the Kearney Country Club golf course on Friday, October 25, 2019.  She competed with 149 other Class D girls in the 2PM race.  Zeisler started out strong on the hilly course sitting in 17th place as she crossed the mile mat.  She continued to compete and fought her way to a 19th place finish in her best time of the season 21:06.  At the state level only the top 15 medal, however finishing in the top 12% at the state meet is a huge accomplishment!  Congratulations Natasha on an outstanding freshman season! 

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    Preschool Pumpkins

    The Butte Campus Preschool students decorated pumpkins this week. They made unicorns, spiders, cats, longhorn cows, and a monster.

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    Anything Can Become Art

    What do you do when find a box of old, outdated CPR masks that can no longer be used? You give them to Ms. Dennis of course! The masks were found this summer while cleaning out closets. They are outdated, and are no longer used for CPR training. Ms. Dennis was happy to accept them for her art students. Below you can see masks that some of her art studetns turned into works of art!

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