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For the time being, masks must be worn in all school buildings at any time.
  • Rythmic 5th and 6th Graders

    Mrs. Hausmann is teaching the 5th and 6th graders about rhythm patters. The goal of this exercise is that they will work in groups to create four measures of the own rhythm. 

    Click on the link below to see them practicing! 

    6th Grade


    5th Grade



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  • Wausa Freshman/Sophomore Boys Basketball Tournament


    Print the bracket here.


    Spectators & Teams:

    See bracket below.

    • Active participants are permitted, but not required, to wear face coverings during  competition/performance.
    • Coaches and non-active participants (those not currently on the court, mat or stage) are required to wear face coverings at all times.
    • Spectators are required to wear face coverings at all times while attending indoor events.
    • Face coverings must cover the nose and mouth.
    • Attendance is restricted to 50% of occupancy. (Yellow DHM)

    **Parking: Teams and Spectators

    • Use the main parking on the west side of the gymnasium. We will use the west entrance only.


    • Athletes, Coaches, Managers, and bus drivers will be admitted free.
    • Adults: $4.00                     Students: $3.00
    • No Passes will be allowed for this tournament.


    Updated & Abbreviated Wausa Freshman/Sophomore Tournament.


    Game 1: Wausa vs. Osmond



    Game 2: LCC vs. Boyd Co.



    Consolation Game:  11:30am

    Championship Game: 12:45pm

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  • Krispy Kreme Sales

    The junior class is selling Krispy Kreme again. Special variety dozens are $12. Original glazed and signature coffees are $10.

    Orders are due January 22nd and will be delivered on  January 29th. 

    If you are interested contact a junior class member. Please take note that orders will not be taken from this website or the school Facebook page.

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  • Game Schedule Changes

    January 14th JH vs Niobrara-Verdigre

    3:00 JH girls with JH boys to follow - We will play only one game of boys and girls but may do an extra B quarter after the conclusion of each game.


    January 15th vs CWC (Home):

    4:30 p.m. JV Girls

    NO JV boys

    5:30 p.m. Varsity girls

    7:00 p.m. Varsity Boys 


    Remember all times are approximate.**

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  • JH Girls Basketball Season Updates

    The Boyd County Junior High Girls Basketball team traveled to Stuart On January 8th, dropping a game to the Broncos 36-7.  Scoring for the Spartans was Brooklyn Eckert-4, Claire Reiman-2, and ReNae Kluckman-1.


    On January 11, the Spartans hosted the St. Mary's Cardinals, dropping the first game 16-35, but playing much better.  Scorers for the Spartans were Elizabeth Bernt-4, Brooklyn Eckert-4, Jaylee Lechtenberg-4, Ashlynn Finnegan-2, and Clair Reiman-2.  


    In the second game with the Cardinals, the Spartans jumped out to an early lead and won 8-4.  ReNae Kluckman led the way with 6 points, followed by Jaylee Lechtenberg with 2.  


    The Spartans will see the Broncos and Cardinals on Saturday at a tournament hosted in Stuart.

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  • Winter Ball

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  • Stuart JH Girls and Boyd Basketball Tourney Information

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  • 2020-21 Yearbook Order

    Don't for get to order your 2020-21 yearbook! The students are working hard to bring you a great yearbook!

    Print order form here.

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  • FBLA Toy Drive

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  • NSAA Winter Activities COVID Guidelines

    Boyd County Public Schools Winter Sports Protocols Updated:


    Effective immediately, based on NSAA guidance.

    1. Attendance is limited to 400 individuals at home games, social distancing and masks are still required. (Do not have to be household members)

    2. Separate entrances for Home and Visiting spectators.

    3. Concessions will still NOT be offered.

    4. All other Winter protocols are still in place. See them below.


    Mandated by NSAA:

    1. Participants are permitted, but not required, to wear face coverings during competition.
    2. Coaches and non-active participants are required to wear face coverings at all times.
    3. Spectators are required to wear face coverings at all times while attending indoor activities.
    4. Host school requirements must be the same for all schools, officials, judges and spectators.


    Boyd County protocols for Junior High, Junior Varsity, and Varsity competitions, as suggested by the NSAA:

    1. Based on DHM’s (25% seating capacity), each home player will be given (3) admission tickets for family to attend home contests, visiting team will be given (75) admission tickets to be distributed as they see fit.
    2. Based on DHM’s, attendance at indoor extra-curricular activities are limited to household family members only.
    3. Based on DHM’s, six (6) feet of separation required between household units.
    4. Separate entry points will be established for home and visitor spectators.
    5. Diligent cleaning and sanitizing will be done before and after games.
    6. Team benches will be restricted to essential personnel only, as well as not utilizing two rows of bleachers directly behind the teams.
    7. Limit the number of game days to not include JH, JV, and Varsity playing on the same day in the same location.
    8. No spectator student attendance will be allowed without being in possession of an admission ticket.
    9. Due to limited space, and mandate of masks, no concessions will be sold during contests.
    10. Pregame warm-ups will be limited to 10 minutes, to minimize spectator and player contact.
    11. Family groups will be asked to social distance from other fans by, at a minimum, (6) feet.
    12. There will be no pregame/postgame handshakes or fist bumps by players or coaches.
    13. Spectators will be expected to leave at the conclusion of their family member playing, and immediately following games spectators will be expected to leave the gym by their established entry/exit point.
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