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Elementary Supply Lists are posted below - Classes Begin Thursday, August 17th

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    2017 BOX BUTTE COUNTY FAIR JUST AROUND THE CORNER!

    Come One Come All!

    2017 Box Butte County Fair Schedule
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    Please enjoy the many events and presentations!
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    Sunday, July 30, 2017
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    8:00 am Open Horse Show 
    4:30 pm Open Rabbit and Poultry Show

    Monday, July 31, 2017
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    3:00 pm 4-H Trap Shoot- Alliance Shooting Range

    Thursday, August 3, 2017
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    8:30 am 4-H Fashion Show
    7:00 pm 4-H Public Style Review

    Saturday, August 5
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    8:00 am 4-H Horse Show
    11:00 am Dog Show
    1:00 pm Cat Show

    Monday, August 7
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    9:00 am – 5:00 pm Enter Open Classes C,D,E,G,H, & K
    5:00 pm Sand Volley Ball – East of Park

    Tuesday, August 8
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    4 to 6:00 pm free Swim 
    (bring donation for Food Pantry) and free will donation BBQ @ Pool
    6:00 pm Kids Parade – Pool to Grandstands
    6:00 pm FAMILY FUN NIGHT – Jr Rodeo, Games, petting zoo

    Wednesday, August 9
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    9:00 am -3:00 pm Enter Open Class B & F
    2:00 pm Hops & Berries Contest – Enter @ 1:00 pm – Waterhole #9
    1:00 pm Waterhole #9 Opens
    1:00 pm 4-H Poultry Show
    8:00 pm FAIR QUEEN CONTEST

    Thursday, August 10
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    8:00 am 4-H Swine Show
    9:00 am All 4-H Exhibits Open
    12:00 am – 8:00 pm All Commercial Exhibits Open
    1:00 pm Waterhole #9 Opens
    1:00 pm 4-H Goat Show
    4:00 pm 4-H Rabbit Show
    7:00 pm 4-H Small Animal Round Robin-Multipurpose
    7:00 pm Rubber Check Race
    9:00 pm Black Light Dance – Multipurpose Hall

    Friday, August 11
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    6:00 am – 7:30 am Pen of 3 Cattle Show Enter
    8:00 am 4-H Dairy Cow & Dairy Goat Show
    9:00 am 4-H Beef Show
    9:00 am – 9:00 pm 4-H Exhibits Open
    12:00 am –10:00 pm Commercial Exhibits Open
    12:00 am Old Timers Picnic – Multipurpose Hall, 60 & up
    1:00 pm Waterhole #9 Opens
    1:00 pm 4-H Sheep Show
    4:00 pm 4-H Cookie Jar & Cookie Auction
    7:00 pm 4-H Large Animal Round Robin
    5:30 pm HEARTLAND PULLING STREET STOCK
    7:30 pm HEARTLAND PULLING & TRACTOR PULL 
    9:00 pm Teen Dance – Multipurpose Hall – DJ: SC Party Production

    Saturday, August 12
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    7:30 am 5K Memorial Run/Walk – City Park (registration starts at 6:50am)
    10:00 am 63rd Annual Parade – Downtown to Grandstands
    **TREASURE THE PAST, IMAGINE THE FUTURE**
    11:00 am (after parade) All Exhibits Open
    11:00 am – 1:00 pm Livestock Buyers BBQ – Multipurpose HaLL
    12:30 pm 4-H & FFA Livestock Sale
    1:00 pm Waterhole #9 Opens
    3:00 pm MUDBOG -
    4:00 pm Livestock Judging Contest
    4:30 pm 4-H Music Contest
    TBA Ed Wonder "The Hypnotist" 
    8:00 pm CONCERT- WM MICHAEL MORGAN
    9:00 pm Family Dance – Multipurpose Hall –
    DJ: SC Party Productions

    Sunday, August 14
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    9:00 am “Fair Worship Service”
    with the "Tall Grass Prairie Band"
    10:00 am – 12:00 pm Release All Exhibits
    1:00 pm Demolition Der

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    Solar Eclipse Map

    District 10 Plans for Special Occurance

    District 10 is planning to allow all students to take part in observing the upcoming solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. Scientists predict a partial eclipse will begin at 10:26 AM that morning, in our Hemingford area, with totality occuring at 11:48 AM, ending two minutes and 17 seconds later. A residual partial eclipse will continue for a short time afterward.

    Special glasses for viewing this event have been purchased from ESU 13 and will be given to each student and staff member to use and keep as a memento of the special event. Though the event will be on the first full day of classes, teachers will take some time on Thursday and Friday, August 17th and 18th, during our two partial beginning days to have discussion and share information about the event.

    A parent permission slip will be included in our school newsletter sent out in August, as well as in our elementary and high school offices for parents to give their permission for this special program. Students that do not have a signed slip will remain in class with a teacher.

    Parents and students are invited to do some advance studies of the plethora of information on the web and in our local libraries that detail the event.

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    HERE YOU GO EARLY BIRDS!

    Elementary School Supply Lists

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-Pre-School

    MRS. MCCLURE

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    1 backpack

    1 small plastic pencil box that latches (5.5” x 8”)

    1 small box of Crayola Crayons (16 or 24) NO ROSE ART PLEASE!

    1 pencil

    One-2 pocket folder

    2 glue sticks

    1 container of Clorox or Lysol wipes

    1 container of Wet Ones (for hands and faces) or baby wipes

    1 package of brown paper lunch sacks

    1 container Play-Dough

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY – KDG. (Updated July 4th)
    MRS. HEUSMAN
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    Box of 8 crayons (regular size)
    One Pocket Folder-Preferably the ones that are sturdy plastic/washable
    Two pencils(#2 lead) (No plastic coated ones)
    Scissors (Fiskars brand)
    6 glue sticks (no gel sticks or colored glue)
    Old paint shirt (A big T-shirt works the best)
    Backpack
    One box of 250 count Kleenex
    Choose one of the following items to bring:
    One container of sanitizer wipes
    One box Ziploc bags (Gallon Size only)

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY – KDG. (Updated July 4th)
    MRS. FROST
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    Two boxes of Kleenex
    Two containers of sanitizer wipes
    Plastic Pencil Box
    3 Highlighters any color
    Two boxes of 12 crayons (regular size)
    Two spiral notebooks
    Two Pocket folders-(Preferably the ones that are sturdy plastic/washable)
    2 boxes of yellow pencils (#2 lead)
    6 glue sticks
    Scissors (Fiskar brand)
    Backpack
    One bag of Plastic disposable cups 9 oz. or more (No paper of Styrofoam ones)
    One box of Dixie Cups

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY – 1st GRADE

    MRS. BENZEL

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    1 box of 24 crayons

    1 pair of scissors

    3 boxes of Kleenex

    1 bottle of white glue

    2 boxes of Ziploc bags(one sandwich size and one gallon size)

    1 pocket folder

    1 empty frosting (ready to spread) container

    2 containers of Clorox Wipes

    8 -#2 lead pencils

    4 glue sticks

    3 snack items (cookies, crackers, fruit snacks, etc.)

     

    MRS. GASSELING-1st GRADE

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    2 boxes of 24 crayons (one for each semester)

    1 pair of scissors

    8-#2 pencils

    1 box of Ziploc bags

    8 glue sticks

    1 one subject Wide ruled notebook

    2 large erasers

    1 pocket folder

    A paint shirt

    1 bottle of white glue

    2 boxes of Kleenex

    1 container Clorox wipes (any brand)

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-2nd GRADE

    MRS. CULLAN- MRS. HANNAFORD

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    2 boxes of sharpened #2 pencils

    (no mechanical pencils please)

    2 large erasers

    1 box of 24 crayons

    1 pair of scissors with metal blades

    8-glue sticks (white on2-4 oz. Bottle of Elmer’s School      Glue (white only)

    1 box of colored pencils (8-12 per box)

    1 hard plastic pencil box

    2-80 page wide ruled metal bound spiral notebooks

    2-large boxes of Kleenex

    1 container of disinfecting wipes

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-3RD GRADE

    MRS. DEAN (Updated July 12th)

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    15 #2 lead pencils

    3 dry erase markers

    1 box of 24 crayons

    2 erasers

    4 glue sticks

    1 box colored pencils

    2 boxes of Kleenex

    2 composition books-100 sheets each

    1 ream of loose leaf composition paper

    2 containers of disinfecting wipes

    1 2-pocket folder

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    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-3rd GRADE

    MRS. HUDDLE

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    At least 10 # 2 Wooden Pencils-sharpened

    Crayons-1 box 0f 24 only

    Notebook Paper-1 pkg. of loose leaf wide ruled note

    book paper

    Erasers-2

    Glue Sticks-7 each

    Kleenex-3 boxes

    Colored Pencils-1 box

    2 composition books-100 sheets each

    1 box of Ziploc bags-any size OR a container of disinfecting wipes

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-4th GRADE

    MRS. OSMOTHERLY & MRS. MCCABE

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    7-Spiral notebooks- one of each color:  yellow, red,blue, green or teal, purple and two other colors of  your choice. 

    Extra yellow, purple and blue may be needed later on during the year

    3- pocket folders- of your choice

    1-box #2 WOODEN pencils- Extra pencils may be

    needed throughout the year

    Blue or Black pens (no other colors please)

    Erasers- (NO toys pretending to be erasers)

    1 box of Kleenex

    1 container of disinfectant wipes

    Pencil bag

    Colored Pencils

     

    ** Suggested to have at home; a good collegiate

    dictionary and thesaurus, colored pencils for projects.

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY

    5th & 6th GRADE

    MRS. LANIK –MRS. PROCHAZKA- MRS. CLARK-MRS. ROLAND

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    Trapper Keeper

    8-Spiral notebooks- one of each color:  yellow, red, blue, green or teal, and two other colors of your choice

    3-pocket folders of your choice

    #2 pencils, WOODEN (extra pencils should be

    brought and kept at school for use)

    1 Highlighter for highlighting notes

    Erasers (NO toys pretending to be erasers)

    pink pearl or kneaded gum is the best

    Colored pencils, for map work, art and color 

    illustration

    Pencil Bag

    2 boxes of Kleenex

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    See you all on Thursday, August 17th !

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  • 2017-2018 Secondary Class Schedule

    For Fall Junior-Senior High Classes

    Please click on the link below for our 7-12 (Secondary Class Schedule for 2017-2018

    PLEASE CLICK HERE

     

     

     

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  • Elementary Class Lists

    Here are the class lists for Hemingford Elementary's 2017-2018 school year.

     

    PDF of 2017-2018 Class Lists

     

     

    Have a wonderful summer

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