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May 22 - Last Day of School - Dismissal at 12:00pm
May 28 - NE Nebraska Elite Throwers Camp at 9am  Elite Throwers Application Form 


 

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Pierce High Holds Academic Assembly

by MacKenzie Peters   The annual academic awards celebration was held at the Pierce High School gym on Monday, May 20. The assembly opened with a presentation by counselor Mrs. Mary Birch and the digital citizenship team, which urged students to make smart decisions online as they carry out their summer. Next up came the awards. Journalism teacher Melissa Legate granted multiple students with . . .

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Spring Awards Banquet Held

by Angelica Volquardsen   The spring awards banquet was held on Wednesday, May 15, at the Pierce High School gymnasium. The awards given out were for track and boys’ golf. First was the boys’ golf team with coaches Rick Adams and Zach Weber. The letter winners were sophomores Hunter Raabe, Chaden Roth, Mason Sedlacek, and junior Reid West. Golf head coach Rick Adams . . .

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Cheerleaders for 2019-2020 Selected

by Kailey Marks   On Thursday, May 17, several PHS girls showed up to show their spirit, kicks, and jumps to achieve a spot on the 2019-2020 cheer team. After these tryouts, the cheerleading squad of 2019-2020 consists of 15 girls. Incoming freshmen cheerleaders are Kaila Spieker and Alyssa Cederburg. Sophomore Alle Koehler and juniors Alexis Schnoor, Faith Lubischer, Kailey Marks, Kenzie . . .

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Senior High Jazz Concert

by Elizabeth Hammer   The Pierce senior high jazz band performed a concert on Tuesday, May 14, at Pierce High School. At this groovy concert, the jazz band played the songs Theme from Sesame Street by Denis Diblasio, Don’t Know Why by Norah Jones/Murtha featuring vocals by Greta Guercilena, and Downtown Tango by Rick Hirsch. Soloist Abbey Fuerhoff played the song Shake Twist and . . .

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Track Athletes Compete at State

by Sarah Miller   Twenty-two PHS track athletes went to Omaha Burke for the state track meet on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18. For the girls’ team, they scored 12.5 points. The girls who placed at the state meet were Maggie Brahmer, who tied for 4th in high jump with a jump of 5-02.00; the 4X800M relay, which placed 8th with the team of Callie Arnold, Katie Vogt, Payten Simmons, . . .

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Boys’ Golfers Finish Season at Districts

by MacKenzie Peters   Five Pierce High golf members placed 4th in the district golf meet held at the FairPlay Golf Course on Monday, May 13. Fourteen teams competed in the 18-hole C-3 meet. Sophomore Hunter Raabe led the team with an 84 and placing 14th. Following him was sophomore Chaden Roth who shot an 89, landing him in 19th. Mason Sedlacek shot a 98, which put him in 29th place. Reid West . . .

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Graduates Look Forward to New Beginnings

by Cayce Carlson   Looking forward to the next chapter in life, 56 students from the class of 2019 graduated on Saturday, May 11, at Pierce High School. To start off the commencement, during the processional, the band played under the direction of Mr. Mike Sindt. Class president Jakob Meier then gave a welcome speech highlighting the importance of working hard and showing up. Then, along with . . .

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Track Teams Dominate at Districts

by Sarah Miller   The varsity track teams headed down to Columbus for districts on Thursday, May 9, where the boys’ and girls’ teams both placed 1st to sweep the team titles. The girls scored a total of 90.75 points, and the boys scored a total of 147 points. State qualifiers had to place in the top three for individual events and top two for relays. After the top three from each . . .

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Coaches Receive Mid-State Awards

by Faith Lubischer   Five of the Pierce High coaches and sponsors received a Mid-State Conference coach of the year award on Friday, May 3. Mr. Tim Waldner received the award for girls’ track and field. Mr. Mike Sindt received the award for instrumental music. Mrs. Danielle Goetsch received the award for one-act. Mr. Mike Emory received the award for boys’ basketball. Mr. Mark . . .

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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

May 22 - Last Day of School - Dismissal at 12:00pm May 28 - NE Nebraska Elite Throwers Camp at 9am   Elite Throwers Application . . .

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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