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The Latest Bluejay Updates

Jan. 18 - JH BBB Plainview will be @ Zion Gym starting at 5:30pm
Jan. 20 - WR @ Aurora at 9am Schedule for Aurora Wrestling Tourn.
Jan. 20 - G/B BB @ Battle Creek at 3pm - Battle Creek Post Prom Hosting Soup Supper
Info. on Soup Supper
Jan. 23 - JH GBB @ Norfolk JH School at 4:15pm Schedule for JH GBB Games
Jan. 25 - G/B BB Crofton at 5pm - Post Prom Hosting Nacho Bar
Jan. 27 - WR @ Boone - JV starting at 9:30am - Varsity at 10:00am
Jan. 27 - JH BBB @ Wayne Tourn. at 9am  Bracket for JH BBB Tourn.
Feb. 12 - BBB @ O'Neill St. Mary's at 5:30pm - JV BB play 2 quarters with Varsity to follow!
GBB games have been cancelled!!
March 16 - Post Prom Hosting Hypnotist @ Aud. at 7pm Info. on Hypnotist   


 

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship – Family Tip Sheet by Common Sense Media from School Counselor, Mary Birch   Here are some thoughts for parents of middle and high school parents about how the information age and “connected culture” we all live in is impacting the way our teens behave and what is at stake. I hope you find it useful.   Click here to view attachment: . . .

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PHS Holds Annual Winter Royalty dance

by Rose Graham   The Bluejays crowned Winter Royalty king and queen Saturday, January 13. Seniors Amber Albrecht and Taylor Oestreich were crowned as royalty, and coronation was followed by a dance put on by the student council. For coronation, the queen candidates were Albrecht, Brianna Furstenau, Annie Johnson, Carly Sutherland, and Sidney Zimmerer. The king candidates were Oestreich, . . .

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Bluejay Basketball

Varsity Bluejays Fall Short Against Trojans by Annie Johnson   The varsity boys’ basketball team suffered a 38-50 loss against the Hartington Cedar Catholic Trojans during a home game on Friday, January 12. In the first quarter, the Bluejays and Trojans went neck-and-neck. The Bluejays worked their way around the inside and managed to put up a total of seven points over . . .

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Speech Team Begins Season at Home

Pierce High’s speakers kicked off their competition season by hosting the Bluejay Invitational on Saturday, January 13. In the varsity division, the Bluejays finished 9th, and in the junior varsity division, Pierce was the championship team. For varsity, individual medalists were the Duet of Dylan Delka and Janae Arens (3rd), and the Oral Interpretation of Drama team of Macie Timm, Arens, Delka, Abigail White, . . .

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Music Students to Attend UNK Honor Band, Choir

by Rose Graham   Nine band members and three choir members from Pierce High School will be traveling to Kearney Monday, January 22, after being selected for the UNK Honor Band and Choir Clinic. There are two different bands at the clinic, including an honor band and a festival band. Klarissa Norris, Stephanie Rinkel, Alex Kesting, Kyler Peters, Wyatt Flesner, and  Dylan Delka all made the festival . . .

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Bluejay Wrestling

Bluejay Wrestlers Place 3rd at Battle Creek   The PHS wrestlers competed in the Battle Creek Invitational on Saturday, January 13. With a team score of 110, the Bluejays finished 3rd as a team. Medalists for the Jays included Cody Yawn (1st), Ryder Fuchs (1st), Jeremiah Kruntorad (2nd), Dylan Kuehler (3rd), Brett Tinker (5th), Devin Graae (5th), Mason Sedlacek (7th), and Nelson Emerson (7th). . . .

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2018-2019 Preschool/Kindergarten Registration Open

Pierce Elementary will be accepting Preschool and Kindergarten registrations for the 2018-2019 school year. Your child must be 4 by July 31, 2018 to be eligible for preschool and they must be 5 by July 31, 2018 to enter Kindergarten. Please contact the elementary at  402-329-4302  for more information or stop by the office to pick up a registration form for your child. . . .

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Lady Jays Basketball

Lady Jays Lose Thriller Against Hartington CC by Kaleb Zamora   The Lady Jays took on Hartington CC at home Friday, January 12 but lost in a tight game that went into overtime with the final score being 54-57. In the first quarter, Lady Jays caught fire as they were up 17-2, but then slowed down to end the quarter with the Lady Jays leading 19-10. Sidney Zimmerer started strong . . .

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Fritzes Speak of Native American Heritage

  Talk to your parents about your heritage. This was the message that was stressed by Mrs. Jenn Fritz as she spoke to the 4 th grade students at Pierce Elementary on January 5.   As part of their Nebraska History studies, fourth graders had studied seven major Native American tribes that once lived in Nebraska. Mrs. Fritz was invited to speak to the 4 th graders about her own Native American . . .

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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

Jan. 18 - JH BBB Plainview will be @ Zion Gym starting at  5:30pm Jan. 20 - WR @ Aurora at 9am  Schedule for Aurora . . .

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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