Good Luck Bluejays at State Track!
by Emma Risinger On May 14, at 2 p.m. Pierce High School held graduation in the gymnasium. The ceremony included performances by the band and choir, as well as speeches by a few seniors and faculty. There will be the usual goodbyes to the seniors, but also, Pierce will be saying goodbye to a few teachers including Mr. Rick Adams, Mr. Gregory Warneke, Mr. Thomas . . .
by Trina Wetzel Tuesday, May 10, the elementary school held their spring concert, with a patriotic theme, at the high school gymnasium. Mrs. Amy Barnhill, choir director, states, “I think they did a phenomenal job, I was very proud of all the soloists. As well as the fourth graders did very well on their recorders, and looked like they were having a lot of fun.” . . .
The boys golf team competed at their own course on Saturday, May 7, at the Pierce Invite.The meet was postponed from the previous week. Altogether, the team won gold scoring 364 points, with Abram Scholting and Travis Emory placing first and second, respectively. Scholting shot an 87 and Emory an 88. Also golfing for the Bluejays were Jacksen Wachholtz, Nikolas Harvey, Dalton Svoboda, Cooper Wachholtz, Kelton . . .
Pierce Knocks Out the Competition at Norfolk Catholic by Autumn Lambrecht On May 5, the Pierce High track team raced their way down to the Norfolk Catholic track meet. Both the girls and boys Pierce High teams brought home first place, and the girls won with a score of 122 points and the boys with 129 points. Head coach Tim Waldner comments, “With conference only two days away we just . . .
by Ella Gaes On Friday, April 22, the district music contest was held at Norfolk High School. Schools from the surrounding area traveled to Norfolk with their bands, choirs, and small groups. The schools had the choice to add smaller groups as well as solos apart from their main performances. The groups would then perform in front of judges where they would rate their performance . . .
by Ella Gaes On Saturday, April 23, the Pierce held their Annual FFA banquet at the Pierce County Fairgrounds Pavillion at 6:30 p.m. The officer team worked very hard and put a lot of time in to prepare for the night. The 2021-22 president, Ayden Thelen commented on the banquet saying, “It’s always good to show the community how we use their support . . .
by Emma Risinger On May 6, freshman Aylla Weeder, and seventh graders Josie Painter and Jessica Suckstorf were at the rotunda of the Nebraska State Capitol presenting poems they wrote in English class at the Poetry of Place Celebration sponsored by the Nebraska Writing Project. The poems were centered around places in and the beauty of Nebraska. They presented alongside other talented poets who were chosen . . .
American Rescue Plan Use of Funds for Pierce Public Schools ------------ Schools across the nation are expected to receive federal funding through the American Rescue Plan Act (ESSER III). A requirement to receive this funding is the collection of feedback from the community regarding the use of the funds. The various allowed uses are contained in the survey located on the school district’s website . . .
Pierce Public Schools - Safe Return to School Plan - Updated 7/15/2021 The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for how Pierce Public Schools will respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the educational program during the 2021-2022 school year. Our plan was developed and updated by frequent meetings with the North Central District Health Department along with guidelines from the Governor’s . . .
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 . . .
May 18 - BGO Districts @ Wayne District Golf Tee Times ( Postponed to May 18) May 18,19 - State Track State Track Ticket Info. & State Track Schedule May 19 - Deadline for Youth VB Camp Sign Up Youth VB Camp Info. May 19 - Last Day of School - 12pm Dismissal May 31- Drivers Ed @ Pierce High School Drivers Ed Info. . . . read more
All students who plan to participate in NSAA sanctioned athletics during the school year must have a physical exam. This exam must be completed by the physician of your choice and the clearance form must be returned to the school prior to the first practice of the sport. The consent form must also be completed and returned to the school. For your convenience, you may . . . read more
The Individual and Team Records for Pierce High School Track have been updated after the end of 2021 track season. Three new Pierce High School boys records have been set during the 2021 season: Mason Sindelar - 800 -1:57.59 Logan Moeller - long jump -22' 8" Logan Moeller - triple jump - 46' 2.5" If you have any information regarding any of the . . . read more
Check out the items for sale here at school! $20.00 Pierce Bluejay Baseball Cap Order from Tim Waldner email@example.com Bluejay Lanyard $5.00 Order from Melinda Stelling firstname.lastname@example.org . . . read more
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Pursue Your Passions and Reach Your Goals Mission Statement Pierce Public Schools, in conjunction with its community and families, will provide a caring, structured, and challenging environment where each student has an equal opportunity to reach their maximum potential and become responsible, productive citizens. Vision Statement Our vision is to . . . read more
MONTH-BY-MONTH SCHOLARSHIPS Pierce High School Pierce, NE Scholarship deadlines and availability change frequently. Please see your most recent senior newsletter or speak to Mrs. Goetsch, Pierce High Schools’ School Counselor for the most up to date information. Frequently Updated! Click on the link below . . . read more