Search Site

This search form uses an instant search feature. As you type, search results will appear automatically below the search field. When you've entered you desired search terms use tab to navigate through the available results and hit enter to open the selected page or document.
Daily Announcements
Lora Rohde
Monday, January 29, 2018

Monday, January 29:

Breakfast for Tomorrow:

Mini Pancake Wraps




Lunch for Tomorrow:

Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza

Baby Carrots

Grape Tomatoes

Mandarin Oranges



-Congratulations to the following medal winners for placing at the HNS/CCHS meet on Saturday:

Alexa Lammers--4th in Varsity Informative

Brianna Hopping--2nd in JV Persuasive

Dylan Dendinger and Isaac Bruning--2nd in JV Duet

Makenna Clarkson, Kayden Jueden, Keanna Korth, Delayne Sudbeck, and Shelby Underwood--1st in JV OID.

The varsity team placed 10th out of 17 schools and the JV team placed 6th.

The next meet is Saturday at Guardian Angels Central Catholic.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this meet run smoothly.  Thank you to the HNS Booster Club for running the concessions and the hospitality room.  Thank you to Kevin and Sharon Lammers and the custodians for setting up rooms and taking them down after the meet.  Thank you to Mrs. Pedersen and Mrs. Brodersen for your help in the tab room.


-A reminder that the following students are involved in 4th and 5th Grade "Big Cat/Little Cat" today. Students need to meet in the commons at 2:50.

Alex Kneifl, Brian Santiago, Katelyn Fischer, Aubrie Howard, Cole Schmidt,

Tessa Knutson, Ethan Lammers & Tielor Kneifl.


-Lewis & Clark Tournament starts today for the boys. HNS will play the 6:00pm game against Walthill at Randolph. Team bus will leave at 4:15.


-Lewis & Clark Tournament continues for the girls tomorrow night at Creighton against Winnebago at 6pm.


-Cheerleaders need to stop in and see Mrs. Peitz by noon today!


-FFA District Livestock Judging at Norfolk at 8:30am on Wednesday.


-ASVAB Testing for Juniors on Wednesday.


-HNS is hosting the Lewis & Clark Boys Consolation Games on Thursday night. Concession stand workers for those games are the freshman girls.


-Any students interested in joining or being in No Limits (Nebraska's youth led prevention movement against Big Tobacco): Regional Training Conference is in Norfolk on Saturday, February 17 at 9 am. Transportation and food will be provided and there is no cost to attend. Applications are outside the central office and need to be turned in to the office by Tuesday, February 6 if you want Nurse Freeman to submit them for you. See Nurse Freeman with any questions.