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    Flu Season Will Soon Be Upon Us. Are You Prepared?

    It never fails! Every year students and staff are hit with an influenza bug. Often we see many students out of school for days at a time because of influenza outbreaks. Continue reading for some reminders on how to try to prevent sickness from taking over your home. The link below will also lead you to a plethora of information from the CDC.

    CDC Information on Influenza


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  • FCCLA Sub Sandwich Party

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    CNA Classes

    If there are any students who are interested in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant, classes can be taken at the Butte Senior Living Center. Contact Tammy Boettcher at the Butte Senior Living Center for more information. 

    (402) 775-2355

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  • FBLA Nacho Night

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    Para Camp

    Some of the Boyd County Para-professionals attended "Para Camp" at the ESU8 this summer. We appreciate their attendance. If you see any of them make sure to thank them for all they do for our students!

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  • XC T-shirt Sales

    Order your 2019-20 XC t-shirts here! 

    Name on the back is for runners and their families only.

    Orders are due on Wednesday, August 21st.

    Print your order form here.

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    Meet Miss Soles!

    I am Lesley Soles I am originally  from Winner, SD. I grew up on a ranch south of town, my passion for agriculture bloomed in FFA and 4-H.  I went to South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD where I majored in Agriculture Education. I have always loved agriculture and coming from a family of educators, agriculture education was a fitting career for me. I am excited to start my teaching career with Boyd County Public Schools as your Agriculture Educator and FFA Advisor. 


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    Meet Mr. Birch!

    I am Mr. Birch and I am going to be a new math teacher at Boyd County Schools this year.  In addition to teaching I will be helping out with football, basketball, track, and student council.  I am coming to Boyd County from Raymond Central Schools and I have also taught at Clearwater and Boone Central in the past.  I attended UNL and grew up in Burwell.  My wife Danielle will be starting her job as a math teacher at O'Neill High School this fall, and we are expecting our first child around Thanksgiving time.  Faith, family, and friends are three things that I deeply value.  I am excited to start the year here at Boyd County by building relationships with students, staff, and community members.  I really enjoy doing math and teaching its applications to the everyday world.  

    (Mr. Birch is pictured here receiving a plethora of math material handed down by Mrs. Kersch.)

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