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The Latest Bluejay Updates

Dec. 15 - G/B BB @ Scotus at 5pm - Scotus Hosting Taco Bar  Scotus Taco Bar Info.
Dec. 16 - FR G/B BB Scotus @ PHS at 9:00am (Girls play at 9:00am - Boys Follow)
Dec. 16 - JH GBB @ NC Tourn. at 9:00am 7th GBB Bracket and 8th GBB Bracket
Dec. 21 - G/B BB @ O'Neill St. Mary's at 3:00pm  Schedule for G/B BB Games
Dec. 21 - Youth Wrestling Shirt Orders Due  Youth Wrestling Shirt Order Form
Dec. 28-30 - G/B BB Wisner Holiday Tourn. Girls Tourn. Bracket and Boys Tourn. Bracket


 

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Pierce High Wrestling

Bluejays Wrestle in N. Bend Invitational   Pierce High’s Bluejay wrestlers attended the North Bend tournament on Saturday, December 9. The Jays finished in 7th place out of 14 teams with 84.5 points. Pierce brought home two individual championships and two other medalists. At 132, Cody Yawn finished 1st after pinning Dustin Fleming of Columbus Lakeview in the first round. In the . . .

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Post Prom Fundraiser

These make great Stocking Stuffers!!!   Casey's Pizza Cards $15 Each time a person buys a large specialty pizza, they receive a free medium single topping pizza. This can be used up to 10 times.    Casey's Donut Cards $10 Each time a person buys 6 cake donuts, they receive 6 cake donuts free. This can also be used up to 10 times.  . . .

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FFA Drives to Save Lives

by Morgan Crist   The Pierce FFA sponsored their annual blood drive at Pierce High School on Tuesday, December 5, as part of their community service. Also helping with this event were the Pierce FCCLA members. The day began with FFA members helping to unload equipment from the trucks and set up before the drive started. FFA members stayed throughout the drive to check donors in and make sure . . .

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Curtains Close on One-Act Season at State

by Angelica Volquardsen   The PHS one-actors performed during the NSAA State Play Production on Friday, December 8, at Johnny Carson Theater in Norfolk and received 6th place with their crew receiving honors for Outstanding Technical Crew. Performing their show The Beggar’s Opera , PHS competed against six other schools which were state champions David City performing The Tragic History . . .

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Pierce Lady Jays Basketball

Varsity Lady Jays Take on Hartington/Newcastle by Rhayna Waldner   The varsity Lady Jays took on the Hartington/Newcastle Bobcats on Saturday, December 9, on the road. After a close game through all quarters, the Lady Jays fell to the Bobcats 37-43. The Lady Jays came out strong to begin the game by scoring 15 points. Sidney Zimmerer made a free throw, and Maggie Brahmer made a . . .

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Pierce Bluejay Basketball

Varsity Jays Beat Bobcats for First Win of Season by Angelica Volquardsen   The Pierce varsity boys’ basketball team competed against Hartington/Newcastle on Saturday, December 9, in Hartington. The Jays beat Hartington for their first win of the season with a score of 59-37. In the first quarter, starting off the Jays was Braydan Waldner with a basket. Carson Oestreich . . .

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Elementary Creates "Respect" Video

Each month the elementary student council focuses on a different character trait. Past months have focused on responsibility and being safe. They prepare a skit or other information to present to students at the end of the month birthday assembly. This month, their focus was on Respect. They worked all month to create this video to teach all students in the elementary the importance of respect for their teachers, parents, adults, . . .

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"Teamwork Tuesdays" at Elementary

The first Tuesday of each month is “Teamwork Tuesdays” at the elementary. Here are some pictures from our December 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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RoboJays Compete in Last Competition

by Montana Ruppert   The robotics team participated in their last competition at Northeast Community College on Thursday, November 30, where the team Better Vexpectations team got 5th out of 7, and the team Me Me Strong Bot got 6th. Members of Me Me Strong Bot were Cody Fuchs, Alexander Kesting, Matthew Williams, and Trevor Zellmer. The second team, Better Vexpectations, included Emilia . . .

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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

Dec. 15 - G/B BB @ Scotus at 5pm - Scotus Hosting Taco Bar   Scotus Taco Bar Info. Dec. 16 - FR G/B BB Scotus @ . . .

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 2016 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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