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    Boyd County Elementary Track and Field Day

    The Boyd County Elementary Track and Field Day will be held on Tuesday, May 3rd at 12:30. The schedule is below.

    Click here to print the schedule.

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    Girls on the Run

    Twenty-seven girls in grades 3-6 have been meeting twice a week since the end of February. Two sites in Boyd County offer the 10 week program with locations in Butte and Spencer. The curriculum has covered many topics this season including star power, self-talk, our emotions, empathy, words matter, and friendship. Each girl recently participated in a practice 5K to ready them for the season ending 5K which will be held in O'Neill on Sunday, April 28th at 1:30 pm. The regional 5K will host teams from 8 other programs in our region for this fantastic event, where girls can celebrate their achievements and show off their "star power". The event is open to the public, so feel free to join us by registering on-site at 12:30 pm at Ford Park in O'Neill, near KBRX and the city pool in the small picnic shelter. Amazing coaches this season are Kylie Bernt, Haley Janousek, Olivia Mohr, Janet Brown, Tracy Birmeier, Stephanie Boettcher, Raquel Taylor, and high school helpers Melissa Sextro and Kalli Kayl.  A HUGE thank you to them for sharing their time and talents to keep our program awesome.  Our goal is to celebrate each girl and inspire them to be joyful, healthy and confident. GIRLS ON THE RUN IS SO MUCH FUN!

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    FBLA Popcorn Ball Sales

    The Boyd County FBLA is taking orders for their famous popcorn balls! Help them raise money for Nationals this summer!

    Print the Order Form here.

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    The FBLA is Selling Krispy Kremes!

    The Boyd County FBLA is selling Krispy Kreme donuts! If you would like to order, contact one of the FBLA members. Orders will not be taken from the school website.

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    Stories from the Butte Senior Living Center

    The school year is coming to an end but some memories will last a lifetime. On Thursday, the Kindergarten students were fortunate to be able to hear life stories from some of the residents of the Butte Senior Living. They heard stories about what life was like when these residents went to school.  Some went to a public school and some to parochial school but most went to one room school houses. A sight that has now vanished across the state.  It was like a living history book for the Kindergarten students and their teacher. Students had plenty of questions for these seniors whom they have become acquainted with this school year. The Kindergarten students also read some stories from their reading books to the residents. The residents were surprised at how well a 5 or 6 year old can read since many of them did not attend school until First Grade. Thank you so much to Anita and the residents for sharing these special memories with us!! 

    Mary Lewis video

    Louise Zink video

    George Kopecky

    Margaret Fuhrer

    Sarah Schmitz

    Leonard Schmitz

    Marvalene Garwood

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    Thank you Ainsworth Elementary School!!

    The Boyd County School had a special visit from some awesome elementary students and their principal from Ainsworth. The K-4th classes held a penny war to raise money for Boyd County flood relief. All the student brought in their pennies, and to make it interesting, they could try to sabotage other groups by putting money that wasn't pennies into opposing teams money pot so it would county against their total. The students pictured were on the winning team! When it was all said and done, they raised over $4000 to donate to flood relief!! Thank you so much to the students and staff from the Ainsworth Elementary School! Your support and thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated, and we cannot thank you enough!! You guys ROCK!!

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