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Nov. 16 - Wrestling Shirt Orders Due  Wrestling Shirt Order Form
Nov. 19 - Pierce Booster Club Apparel Orders Due at 10am - Click on link to order online          https://nebraskascreenprinting.com/product-category/team-apparel/pierce-booster-club/
Nov. 30 - Community Memory Tree at Pierce Physical Therapy  Memory Tree Info.
Dec. 8 - Veteran's Tribute Night @ PHS at 7:30pm  Veteran's Tribute Night Info.


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Brynnlee Marks Chosen for All-State Choir

by Angelica Volquardsen   Pierce student Brynnlee Marks, a freshman, auditioned and has been accepted for the Nebraska All-State Choir. Over 3,000 students audition each year for the All-State Choir. It is one of the highest honors for a high school singer to achieve in the state. Brynnlee Marks was selected to participate in the All-State Choir November 14-16th in Lincoln in conjunction with . . .

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One-Act Kicks off with Drama Festival

by Victoria Orona   Pierce High’s one-act cast and crew went to Wausa for the Swedish Festival on Friday, November 9. Under the direction of Mrs. Danielle Goetsch, the group is performing Madea this year. There was no placing done at the festival, but there were awards for outstanding performances. The overall female actress was Emilia Goetsch as Madea and the overall male actor was . . .

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Pierce Wrestles Wayne

by Tanner Kuper   Pierce’s junior high wrestling team traveled to participate in the Wayne Invitational, a tournament in which they placed third,, on Saturday, November 3 at Wayne High School. For individual placement Zach Abler got third in his bracket, Cameron Armitage got second in his bracket, Jayden Coulter got first in his bracket, Karter Wolfe got second, Blake Bolling got second, . . .

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Pierce Choir at Mid-State Conference

by Angelica Volquardsen   Pierce High choir traveled to Albion on Monday, November 5 for the Mid-State Choir Conference. The mass choir, directed by Adam Zrust, Ph.D., rehearsed all day to prepare for the final concert at 5 p.m. for family and friends. During the concert, the mass choir sang four songs “Come To The Music,” “Keep Your Lamps,”  “Tribute to the . . .

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Bluejays Fall to Bishop Neumann

by Tazlynn Sporleder   Pierce faced Bishop Neumann in the quarterfinal game of state football playoffs in Wahoo on Friday, November 2. Pierce lost in a close game 21-23. The Bluejays ended their season 10-1. In the first quarter the Bluejays dominated, Jadon Magdanz scoring first on a 13-yard pass play. Gavin Larson pulled in a 21-yard pass for Pierce’s second TD. Chaden Roth kicked . . .

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November Teamwork Tuesday

The first Tuesday of each month will be "Teamwork Tuesdays" at the elementary. Here are the pictures from our November event. All 3-6 grade classes are paired with K-2 for a fun activity and team building time from 8:15-8:45.

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Lady Jays Fall to Eagles

by Kenzie Moeller In the first game of the sub-districts, the Pierce varsity volleyball team played the O’Neill Eagles on Monday, October 29 at Norfolk High School. The Lady Jays lost in four sets with set scores, 23-25, 26-24, 16-25, and 18-25. Coach Brittany Weber said, “It’s definitely not how we wanted to end the season, but we have a lot to be proud of this year. I’m really . . .

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Pierce FFA Attends National FFA convention

by Victoria Orona   On Tuesday, October 23, Mr. Matthew Neal, along six Pierce FFA members, took a trip to Indianapolis, Indiana, for the 2018 National FFA convention. FFA members included seniors Michael Polt and Kendra Schulz, junior Carter Jensen, Sophomore Rebecca Albrecht, and freshmen Kelton Anderson and Brody Nuesch. The group arrived on Wednesday, October 24th. They were able to attend a . . .

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Bluejays Place at State Cross Country

by Angelica Volquardsen   Three Pierce cross country team members, Alexus Sindelar, Callie Arnold, and Mason Sindelar, competed during the state meet at the Kearney Country Club on Friday, November 19. Individually, Mason Sindelar placed second in the boys’ criteria with a time of 16:52; Alexus Sindelar placed third for the ladies with a time of 20:13. Callie Arnold placed 26th with a . . .

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PHS Journalism Class Radio Broadcast

Journalism to be Featured on 106 KIX Pierce High’s journalism class is now participating in a program called High School Headlines through 106 KIX radio. Each week, the students in the class create a 90-second broadcast that updates radio listeners on upcoming events, news, and even fun trends happening at Pierce High. The students write the broadcast collaboratively and then record themselves as they report it to then send . . .

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The Latest Bluejay Updates

Nov. 16 - Wrestling Shirt Orders Due   Wrestling Shirt Order Form Nov. 19 - Pierce Booster Club Apparel Orders Due at 10am - . . .

Feb 2, 2016

Physical Exam Forms

All students who plan to participate in NSAA sanctioned athletics during the school year must have a physical exam.  This exam must be . . .

Pierce Track and Field Individual and Team Records

The Individual and Team Records for Pierce High School Track have been updated after the end of 2018 track season. If you have any . . .

Items For Sale At School

Check out the items for sale here at school!  To purchase a Pierce Booster Club Item, please contact Sonia Ronspies at   . . .

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