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The Latest Bluejay Updates

April 13 - Track at Boone Central  Results from Boone Central Track Meet & Teams Scores
April 13 - JH Track at Stanton Results from Stanton JH Track Meet
April 15 - TR @ O'Neill 10am  Guidelines and Schedule for O'Neill Track Meet
April 16,17 - All-School Play at Auditorium 7pm
April 17 - Norfolk JH Band Festival - CANCELED
April 20 - JHTR @ Battle Creek 11am Schedule for Battle Creek JHTR 
April 22 - TR Tom Martin/Wausa Inv. 1pm Schedule and Guidelines for Tom Martin/Wausa Inv.
April 24 - JHTR Mid-State @ NC High School Track 9am  Schedule for JHTR Mid-State
June 1-4 - NECC Driver's Ed. @ PHS NECC Driver's Ed. Info


 

April: Kindness....Pass It On

Throughout the school year, we are provided monthly newsletters that cover a variety of behavioral, mental health and substance abuse issues that affect our youth. These newsletters provide schools and parents with current information and tips on dealing with the many challenges that face our children today. The link below will take you to articles on Kindness, Mental Health Disorders in Teens, and When and How to Act with . . .

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FFA Chapter Travels to “Not” State Convention 

On April 8 and 9, the Pierce FFA chapter traveled down to Divots to participate in the #Not State Convention. The actual state convention was held virtually by the Nebraska state officers, so our district decided to host our own version of the event. We had 16 of the 19 schools, or around 400 students, in our district come to Norfolk to partake in the convention. Ayden Thelen, the Pierce FFA Parliamentarian, says, “Given that we . . .

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New Inductees Welcomed to NHS

by Kailey Marks    On Friday, April 9, Pierce's National Honor Society held their annual induction ceremony to welcome their new members into their chapter.  After a brief introduction by this year’s president Tanner Kuper, short speeches were given on the foundational pillars that represent NHS including Scholarship, Character, Service, and Leadership. Speaking on the NHS . . .

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Pierce Races For the Win at Wayne

by Autumn Lambrecht   Tuesday, April 6, the Pierce varsity track team traveled to Wayne for the second meet of the season. The boys team came home with a 1st place win with 134 points, and the girls placed 3rd with 107.50 points.   Head coach Tim Waldner says, “We had a great day. Weather was good and all the kids are continuing to improve. We ended with 71 pr’s on the day so . . .

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Pierce Competes at Wisner-Pilger Meet

by Isabelle Skrdla   On Saturday, April 10, the freshmen and sophomores of the Pierce High track team, along with a few upperclassmen, traveled to Wisner-Pilger High School to compete for the first freshman/sophomore meet of the year.  Sophomore Ciara Garcia states, “I think we did very well this meet. It was fun to watch the JV team compete. If we continue to work hard in . . .

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NSBA Hosts Virtual Jazz Competition

by Alexis Schnoor    The Pierce jazz band group and director Mike Sindt attended the NSBA jazz competition virtually on Friday, April 9.  Senior Mason Sindelar commented, “I felt pretty confident we were gonna perform well. We have an amazing jazz band with an amazing director, so when the time came to perform I knew we would do well.”  The competition . . .

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Chosen Four for All-Star Game

by Kailey Marks   This year’s Northeast Nebraska All-Star Football Classic will be played on June 12, 2021, at the Veteran’s Memorial Field in Norfolk, and representing Pierce, playing for the red team, will be Logan Moeller, Shawn Rinkel, Tristan Miller, and Garret Meier. Players are chosen from a pool of athletes throughout the greater Northeast Nebraska area. The Northeast . . .

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March PATS Meeting

The PATS March meeting was held on March 30, 2021. The PATS Meeting Minutes can be viewed by clicking on the link below.  2021 March PATS Meeting

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Pierce High to Present “Bedtime Stories”

PHS’s all-school play cast, crew, and directors will perform this year’s production, Bedtime Stories (As Told by Our Dad) (Who Messed Them Up) on Friday, April 16, and Saturday, April 17, at 7 p.m. in the Pierce Auditorium.   The play begins with an exhausted father (Tanner Kuper) tasked with putting his three young children (Katelyn Gubbels, Noah Jones, and Emma Risinger) to bed while his wife . . .

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High School Headlines

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 . . .

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The Latest Bluejay Updates

April 13 - Track at Boone Central   Results from Boone Central Track Meet  &  Teams Scores April 13 - JH Track at . . .

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!       $20.00 Pierce Bluejay Baseball . . .

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