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  • November 2022 Kindness Award

    The November Kindness Award in the MS/HS building goes to Lexy Tikalsky! Lexy was nominated for this month's award for always helping others in the hallway and classrooms. She always puts others up. Lexy is also the first students to receive this award more than once! Lexy was awarded with a monster Hersey bar and some beef sticks from the Student Senate. She also gets to eat first in the lunch line for a week! Thanks for letting your awesomness shine by being so kind!

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  • JH Girls Kick Off the Start of Basketball Season

    The Boyd County Girls Basketball team opened the season with games on consecutive nights.  The Spartans opened with a 7-39 loss to West Holt on Monday.  Alaina McBride led the way for the Spartans with 5 points, with Kyla McCarthy adding the final 2 points.  Scoring was balanced in a 12-109 loss in the B game.  Mya Burns scored 4 points, with Halle Boettcher, Gracen Eckert, Tomi Whipple and Alana Widstrom all adding 2 points.

    Offense was a little more productive the next night.  The opening game was a 12-18 loss to Burke.  McBride again led the team, putting in 6 points.  Kaylee Warnke added 3, McCarthy 2, and Widstrom 1.  The Spartans found scoring much easier in the B game, winning 37-9.  Burns put up 12 points, Elly Zeisler 8, Eckert 4, Whipple 4, Halle Boettcher 2 and Cheyenne Boettcher 2.  


    To view slideshows, click on the small pictures above and below.

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  • October and November 2022 Elementary Kindness Awards

    Congrats to the elementary students who received the Elementary Kindness Awards for October and November! The following students were nominated for an Elementary Kindness Award by elementary staff for being kind to other students and adults.

    Lynch Elementary Winners


    • 3rd & 4th Grade - Sam Price
    • 1st & 2nd Grade - Jett Schurman
    • Kindergarten - Hadley Hagberg


    • 3rd & 4th Grade - Cooper Jockens (not pictured)
    • 1st & 2nd Grade - Coy Jockens (not pictured)
    • Kindergarten - Sarah Hausmann

    Butte Elementary Winners


    • 4th Grade - Eli Gillaspe
    • 3rd Grade - Ally Lechtenberg
    • 2nd Grade - Aubrey Schmitz
    • 1st Grade - Graham McGill
    • Kindergarten - Sam Schmitz


    • 4th Grade - Kyra Reiser
    • 3rd Grade - Lucas Alford
    • 2nd Grade - Sophie Schochenmaier
    • 1st Grade - Evie Tiefenthaler(not pictured)
    • Kindergarten - Nathan Schmitz

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  • Freshmen Science Fair Projects

    The Freshman Science Fair Projects are well underway.  After learning about the Scientific Method, students were able to pick a topic in which they were interested in learning more about.  Students then wrote a research paper and have now started working on constructing their projects and running trials to gather data.  Some of the projects include:  Water Quality testing, Physical Activity vs. Social Media Scrolling, Plant Growth comparisons, Homemade Fly Traps, and Physiologic Response to Fear.  Each pair of scientists are navigating their way through the Scientific Method which will result in them sharing their results with the classmates, as well as the community.  Each group will have their project on display in the Multipurpose room on Dec. 15, during the home basketball games.  Please stop by and check out the hard work each group has been putting in and maybe learn a thing or two!

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  • 2022 All-Conference Cross Country

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  • 2022 D2-4 All District Football

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  • 2022 NVC All-Conference Volleyball

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  • Boyd County FBLA Member Receives State Recognition

    Junior Liz Kersch was recently named October’s Nebraska FBLA Member of the Month.  Each month, FBLA members from across the state of Nebraska submit their applications, detailing their involvement in FBLA as well as any awards received.  With over 5,800 FBLA members in the state, Liz is one of six members who will be recognized for this honor at the State Leadership Conference in April.

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