Class Color Day

Homecoming week continued on Monday with Class Color Day. Classes were assigned certain colors, and students were asked to dress in the color assigned to their class. The students in the MS/HS building also started decorating the halls.

  • Preschool – Wear RED
  • Kindergarten – Wear ORANGE
  • 1st Grade – Wear YELLOW
  • 2nd Grade – Wear GREEN
  • 3rd Grade – Wear BLUE
  • 4th Grade – Wear BLACK
  • 5th Grade – Wear RED
  • 6th Grade – Wear ORANGE
  • 7th Grade – Wear YELLOW
  • 8th Grade – Wear GREEN
  • Freshman – Wear BLUE
  • Sophomores – Wear PURPLE
  • Juniors – Wear PINK
  • Seniors – Wear BLACK

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Homecoming Royalty

Your 2018 Homecoming king and Queen are Chase and Jayla! Congrats!

Homecoming week kicked off with the Fireman’s annual wiener roast and the coronation. The Homecoming court consisted of Jake and Halie representing the freshman class, Grant and Lauryn representing the sophomore class, and Jodi and Noah representing the junior class.

King candidates were Lane, Chase, Austin, Jared, and Garrett. Queen candidates were Emma, Sydney, Jacey, Jayla, and Elsie.

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2018-19 Homecoming Candidates

The Boyd County MS/HS student body voted for which seniors have a shot at royalty for Homecoming.

King candidates are Lane, Jared, Chase, Austin, and Garrett.

Queen candidates are Emma, Jacey, Jayla, Elsie, and Sydney.

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SOCIAL STUDIES STANDARDS REVIEW

NE Dept Ed

What do you think our students should be taught in social studies — including history, civics, economics, and geography? The Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) seeking input on the Nebraska Social Studies Standards! The social studies standards provide the framework for what students are expected to know in grades K-12, and your feedback will help make improvements to the current standards which will be revised this year. The survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete and closes on September 30, 2018. To complete the survey, use this link:  Social Studies Standards Survey