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Spring Break Begins on Thursday, April 13th, with Classes resuming Tuesday, April 18th

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    2017 HHS Reunion

    Summer Plans Made

    65th Annual HHS Alumni Reunion


    What: 65th Annual HHS Alumni Banquet 

    Who: Honored Classes – 1937, 1947, 1957, 1967, 1977, 1987, 1997, 2007, 2017

    When: Sunday, May 28, 2017

    Time: 5:30 PM

    Where: The Body Shop  (703 Box Butte Ave Hemingford)

    Cost: $25/person

    Photos: A photographer will be on hand at the banquet to take pictures of the honored classes. They are offering a 5x7 picture for $10


    Visit www.hemingfordalumni.com to update your contact information, complete your bio and purchase tickets.


    Questions? Give us a call or find us on Facebook:

    Jessica Davies: 308-760-6492

    Tonya Mayer: 308-487-5500

    Facebook: Hemingford High School Alumni Association


    Visit www.hemingfordevents.com to check out the other events happening in Hemingford during Memorial Day Weekend

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    Entire Team Performs Well

    Mrs. Cullan, Speech Team Sponsor at HHS, had some positive comments regarding the Speech Team and its members after our District Meet in North Platte on March 14th, 2017

    "Despite our dramatic stay in North Platte Monday night, we gave districts our all this year. Rashell Neefe placed fifth in Entertainment. The competition was fierce, but all of our competitors did their best. I am extremely proud of each one of them! Thank you for all the support this speech season! "

    Thanks for the pictures Speech team!

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    Great Job At Kimball!


    The Hemingford FFA Agronomy and Agri-science teams placed first at a recent competition held in Kimball.  In the Agronomy contest Jacobi Stumpff, Tarin Jespersen, Connor Swanson and Beau Edwards pulled off a narrow victory over the team from Minatare with a seven point lead.

    The Agri-science team consisting of Jace Stumpff, Isaiah Bryner, Kaitlyn Fritzler and Storm Jespersen pulled off a first place finish with a commanding lead over the second place team from Leyton. This is the first time our chapter has ever fielded an Agriscience team and it was a great showing for our team members.

    Other members competing were Elijah Walters and Shaylynn McConville in Agri-science as well as Anna Manning, Syd Riggs, Miles Davis and Luke Cullan in meats judging.

    This competition closed out the district twelve contests and the members will now go on to compete in the state competition at the state convention in Lincoln on April fifth through the seventh.

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    Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

    Outstanding High School Musicians from the seven Western Trails Conference Schools
    Will be performing live in Hemingford tonight (Tuesday, March 7th at 5PM) for some fantastic Instrumental music before you sit down to supper at Bobcat Gym in Hemingford.

    Guest Clinician Joe Rischling from Chadron has been working all day long with these young Men and Ladies to blend their outstanding musical abilities for their short concert tonight.

    Instructors Kristi Hiles-Smith from Kimball, George Meng from Gordon-Rushville, Austin Sailors of Mitchell, Katy Fody of Morrill, Doug Babic of Bayard, Joe Jensen of Bridgeport, and Sara Schmidt of Hemingford, along with accompanist Sue Shaver of Hemingford have mustered the best of the best to appear together for the delight of all that can come.

    The program will come from “To Dream in Brushstrokes” by Michael Bare; “Incantations” by Robert W. Smith; “Darkheart” by Randall D. Standridge; and “Rough Riders” by Karl L. King.

    Please hang onto your hats and get inside where it will be warm to cheer on the 90 talented musicians here in Hemingford Tuesday Night at 5PM.

    The students have been practicing all day for you!

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    Gasseling and Cullan Finish One and Two !

    Seven Students Participate at the Regional Science Fair

    Seven students from Hemingford High school competed at the Nebraska Academy of Science (NJAS) Regional Science Fair at WNCC Harms Advanced Technology Center in Scottsbluff on Wednesday March 1st. The five 8th grade students who participated were Anna Odeen, Alex Neefe, Hayden Blumanthal, Kendall Huss, and Kenny Wyland.  


    Anna insulated bowls with water, freezing them to see the difference in clarity of the ice.  Alex used a fitbit to track the number of times he woke up when using different pillows.  Hayden tested corn starch and water to determine the best amounts to make a gel. Kendall tested different brands of fishing line to determine which brand held the most weight.  


    Kenny reloaded bullets with different amounts of gunpowder to determine which is the most accurate. Two seniors, Carli Cullan and Natalie Gasseling, also competed in the High School Division.  


    Natalie’s project titled “The Great Drug Race” took first place in the High School Division.  In her project, she tested how fast different types of painkillers dissolve in hydrochloric acid (stomach acid


    Carli's project titled “The Sweetest Apple” took second place in the high school division.  In it she tested the sugar content of different types of apples in order to determine which one had the most (and least) amount of sugar.


    Great job everyone ! Thanks to Mr. Jacob Brummer, team sponsor and teacher!



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