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Boys and Girls State Representatives Announced

by Cayce Carlson   Maiya Baumann and Caydan Retzlaff were selected by the American Legion Auxiliary to attend Cornhusker Boys and Girls State in the first week of June at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. . . . read more

Oestreich, Abler Selected for Youth Conference

by Rhayna Waldner   Pierce juniors Carson Oestreich and Hailey Abler have been selected to participate in the Nebraska Attorney General’s Youth Council, a youth conference that Doug Peterson, the Attorney . . . read more

Pierce Students Dance the Night Away at Prom

by Autumn Hanna   On Friday, March 29, Pierce High held their annual junior-senior prom hosted by the junior class. This year’s theme was “Night of a Thousand Lights.” The dance was held at the . . . read more

Pierce High Hosts Career Day

by Elizabeth Hammer   The Pierce senior high students took part in a career exploration event to see, find, or expand their interests in different careers on Tuesday, March 19. The day started . . . read more

Negative Lunch Balance on Remind App

A new account has been set up on the remind app on your phone. It will send a message to parents when their child has a negative lunch balance.  Click on the link to follow the instructions to receive messages: Negative Lunch . . . read more

Meier Selected as Poetry of Place Winner

Pierce High freshman Abigail Meier was honored as a winner of the Nebraska Writing Project’s Poetry of Place contest on Friday, May 4, at the State Capitol. Meier’s poem, “On the County Line,” was . . . read more

John Underwood Speaks About Health to Pierce High Students

by Morgan Crist   John Underwood, an internationally recognized human performance expert, lectured the Pierce High students about health and wellness on Thursday, September 7, at the Bluejays’ gym. . . . read more

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