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    Parking Lot Safety

    When dropping off students in the morning and picking them up in the afternoon, please remember that there are a lot of vehicles trying to get through a small area at one time to get kids to and from school. Please be mindful of the students who are crossing the school parking lot on foot to get into the building.

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    Boyd County/Stuart/Gregory VB Tri

    The Spartans participated in the Stuart Tri on Sept.19th and came home with a split.  They beat the Gregory HS team in three sets, 25-11, 18-25, 25-23  they then meet up with the home team and again went three sets.  The Spartans won the first set again ,28-26 this time.  The Spartans then lost the second and third sets.17-25, 23-25. Both matches showed good defense by the Spartans, but the liability to terminate rallys was what cost the games.

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    BC Girls Take 2nd at Neligh XC Meet

    Results from the Neligh Oakdale meet held on Monday, Sept 16 at the fairgrounds in Neligh are as follows:

    Varsity Girls

    Natasha Zeisler, Freshman, medaled in 7th place, 21:28

    Klara Faxen, Senior, medaled in 12th, 23:44

    Ashley Hausmann, Senior, 25th, 27:13

    Kaci Mashino, Junior, 27th, 27:35

    Andrea Hipke, Junior, 30th, 27:58

    Girls team placed 2nd overall.


    Varsity Boys

    Isaac Koenig, Junior, medaled in 12th, 18:49

    Kaesin Ellwanger, Junior, medaled in 16th, 19:02

    Brayden Almgren, Junior, medaled in 19th, 19:30

    Josh Kersch, Junior, 34th, 20:42

    Joseph Hiatt, Senior, 38th, 21:02

    Nathan Kaczor, Senior, 50th, 24:02

    Kaleb Kaczor, Freshman, 55th, 27:58

    Boys team placed 4th overall.


    JH Boys

    Junior High ran 2500 Meters

    Nathan Koenig, 8th Grade medaled 5th, 10:39

    Evan Hammon, 7th Grade medaled 6th, 10:44


    JH Girls

    Lilly Magwire, 7th Grade, 17th, 12:53

    Zoe Kaczor, 8th Grade, 22nd, 14:10

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    September Kindness Awards

    This year we are starting something new at the Boyd County MS/HS. We want to reward students who are caught putting the "I" in KIND. The staff watches for acts of kindness, and when they witness one, they fill out a slip and bring it to the office. At the beginning of every month we will draw a middle school name and a high school name. The students who get their name drawn will get to take their picture by the new "Be the 'I' in Kind" banner in the gym, get a free lollipop from the Freshman class fundraiser, and they get to eat first for a whole week! The students who don't get their name drawn will not go home empty handed. Those students will also get a free lollipop from the Freshman class fundraiser. Thanks to the Boyd County National Honor Society (seen in the photo above handing out certificates) for promoting kindness within our school!

    This year's first winners are Peyton Luber (5th grade), and Catalina Knox (11th grade).

    Runners up were Austina Latorra, John Haun, Jenny Goesch, Cora Roth, and Camden Brewer.

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


    Peyton put the "I" in Kind by giving another student a pencil when they could not find one.

    Catalina put the "I" in Kind by inviting a new student to join their work group, and went to get her a chair.

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    BC/Summerland/Creighton Volleyball Tri

    The Lady Spartanstook on the Summerland Bobcats and Creighton Bulldogs at Clearwater on Tuesday evening.  the first set walsall Summerland as they won 25-14.  The passing, the attacking, and all other parts of the game were lacking inthefirstset.Thesecond set though theSpartans put together a game and only came out short by a 25-23 score.  In this match Lauryn Hoffman had 6 kills, Mariah Smalley had4 and Daydra Ziesler had 3, with Haylie Carson and Kalli Kayl each having1.  Heather Atkinson playing Liebro had 8 digs while Mariah and Lauryn each had 6.  Hannah Drueke had 7 set assists while Alex Brestel had 6.Mariah also had the lone ace serve in the match.  In The second match of the night The Spartans defeated Creighton 26-24 and 25-21 intwo hard fought sets.  In this match Kalli Kayl had 3 solo blocks and Daydra had 2.  Heather had 12 digs, Mariah had 7 and Lauryn had 6.  Haylie had 5 kills with only 1 hitting error while Lauryn had 6 kills and Kalli 5, Daydra 3 and Mariah 2  Heather had a back row kill.  The setters Alex and Hannahhad 9 and 10 set assists.

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    Spartan Football vs Madison

    On Friday the 13th, the Spartans held their first home game against the Madison Dragons. In an afternoon game the Dragons proved to be too much for the Spartans. Madison came from a convincing win the week before and looked to keep that momentum going. Hats off to Madison as they came in and were ready to play right away and from the opening possession, set the tone for the game. All game long the Spartans struggled offensively. By the time the game had ended, the final score read 42-0 in favor of the Dragons. 

    Kannin Ellwanger led the defense with 16 total tackles. Jory Zeisler had 14 total tackles, and Cory Koenig finished with 12. Luke Reiman forced a fumble. 


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    2019-20 Homecoming Schedule

    Boyd County Homecoming week will be September 22nd through the 28th. The schedule of events is as follows:

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    2019 Homecoming Candidates

    The votes are in, and the 2019 Homecoming Candidates have been decided! The candidates for Queen are Mariah Smalley, Hannah Drueke, Heather Atkinson, and Gracelyn Adams. The candidates for King are Joseph Hiatt, Colby Hansen, Cory Koenig, and Alexis Santiago Reyes.

    The junior class attendants are Brayden Almgren and Jada Heiser. The sophomore class attendants are Ethan McBride and Bentley Adams. The freshman class attendants are Timothy Atkinson and Amelia Hoffman.

    Homecoming week will start September 22nd,  Check back for more Homecoming week details.



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    Boyd County FCCLA Attends Leadership Workshop



    By: Andrea Hipke, Public Relations Coordinator

    On September 8, 2019, the Boyd County officer team, consisting of Joseph Hiatt, Alex Brestel, Kaci Mashino, Andrea Hipke, Trevor Brooks, and Kiryn Kayl, traveled to Kearney to participate in the FCCLA Fall Leadership Workshop. We departed Spencer at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. Once we arrived in Kearney, we checked into the hotel and went out to eat at Applebee’s. After the meal, we went to the Big Apple and had a lot of fun bonding and playing mini golf. We ended the night with swimming in the hotel pool. Monday was filled with a variety of very engaging sessions. All students at this event heard from members of the Nebraska FCCLA State Officer Team, the State Peer Officer Team, and other chapter leaders about state and national programs, leadership development, and chapter management. 

    This year the keynote speaker, Dean Jacobs, challenged members to live a life of wonder and humanity through generosity, gratitude, dignity, curiosity, humility, respect, kindness and community. Nebraska FCCLA works to prepare students for future careers in Human Services, Education and Training, Hospitality and Tourism, and Visual Arts and Design. The University of Nebraska at Kearney Family Studies Department helped students learn about Passion for the Future by considering a future degree program focused on helping others. Dr. Christine Chasek presented Brain Storms: 12 Mind Bending Careers in Behavioral Health from the Counseling and Psychology Department at UNK.  After that we ate and attended a few breakout sessions before heading back to Boyd County. We learned a lot and have many new ideas that we can’t wait to take back to our chapter!

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    Lending Our Voice

    The Boyd County FBLA & FCCLA chapters are selling apparel to raise awareness for ALS and the Jason Goesch family.

    We have attached the link for the online store. Order forms will be sent home with all students at Boyd County Schools and can also be picked up from any school office. Order forms can also be printed by clicking here.

    Thank you for your support.

    Click here for the Online Store Link.



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