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    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY

    2018-2019 BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS

    Students are encouraged, but not required, to bring classroom supplies and items need to benefit from courses including but not limited to pens, pencils, paper, erasers, etc.  Specific class lists for each grade can be found below.  If the student/parent chooses not to furnish back to school classroom supplies, these items will be made available by the school district.

     

    PLEASE LABEL ALL SUPPLIES AND SEND WITH YOUR CHILD ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

     

     

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-PRESCHOOL

    MRS. MCCLURE

    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 regular pencil

    Two-2 pocket folders

    2 glue sticks

    1 container of Clorox or Lysol wipes

    1 box of Kleenex that pop up

    1 container Play-Dough

     

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY – KDG. MRS. FROST

    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)

    Scissors (Fiskars brand)

    6 glue sticks

    Backpack

    One bag of Plastic disposable cups 9 oz

    (No paper or Styrofoam ones)

    One box Ziploc bags (gallon or sandwich size)

    One box of snacks (crackers, cookies, etc.)

     

    MRS. HEUSMAN-KDG.

    Box 8 crayons (regular size)

    One Pocket Folder-Preferably the ones that are sturdy plastic/washable

    Scissors (Fiskars brand)

    Two 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

    One container of Clorox Wipes

    One Spiral single subject notebook

    One bag of Plastic disposable cups (No paper or Styrofoam ones)

    NO pencil boxes, please!!

    I have plenty of pencils so please don’t buy any more.

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY – 1ST GRADE-MRS. BENZEL

    2 boxes of 24 crayons

    1 pair of scissors

    4 boxes of Kleenex

    8 glue sticks

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

    1 pocket folder

    3 containers of Clorox Wipes

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

    I will send home supply lists during the year when more snacks, Kleenex and Clorox wipes are needed

    MRS. GASSELING-1ST GRADE

    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

     

    2 boxes of sharpened #2 pencils

    (no mechanical pencils please)

    2 large erasers (no handheld pencil sharpeners)

    1 box of 24 crayons

    1 pair of scissors with metal blades

    12-glue sticks

    2-4 oz. Bottle of Elmer’s School Glue (white only)

    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

    15 - #2 lead pencils-sharpened

    1 box of 24 crayons

    3 dry erase markers

    2-erasers

    4- glue sticks

    1-box colored pencils

    2-boxes of  Kleenex (250 ct.)

    2-composition books-100 sheets each

    2 Container of disinfecting wipes

    1 2-pocket folder

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-3RD GRADE

    MRS. HUDDLE

    At least 10 # 2 Wooden Pencils-sharpened

    Crayons-1 box of 24 only

    1 pkg. of loose leaf wide ruled notebook 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

    WE DO NOT WANT THE STUDENTS TO BRING

    TRAPPER KEEPERS, MECHANICAL PENCILS,

    SHARPENERS, INK PENS OR PENCIL BOXES.

     

     

     

     

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY-4TH GRADE

    MRS. OSMOTHERLY & MS. JESPERSEN

     

    6-Spiral notebooks- one of each color:  Yellow, Purple, Blue, Green, Red, and one of  your choice. 

    3- pocket folders- of your choice

    1 Red Pocket folder for projects

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

    needed throughout the year

    1 Blue or Black pen (no other colors please)

    1 pink Eraser- (NO toys pretending to be erasers)

    1 box of Kleenex

    1 container of disinfectant wipes

    1 bottle of Elmer’s White Glue

    Pencil bag

    Colored Pencils (with a flesh tone)

    2 Dry Erase Markers

    1 Highlighter

     

    Suggested to have at home; a good collegiate

    dictionary and thesaurus, colored pencils or markers for projects.

     

    HEMINGFORD ELEMENTARY

    5th & 6th GRADE

    MRS. KRESL–MRS. CLARK- MRS. PROCHAZKA-MRS. ROLAND

     

    Trapper Keeper-to carry from class to class with necessary materials

    8-Spiral notebooks- one of each color:  yellow,           red, blue, green or teal, and four 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

    2 containers of Clorox Wipes

    1 box of Ziploc quart sized bags

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  • 2018-2019 Calendar

     

     

     

     

     

     

    2018-2019 HPS Calendar

     

    Here is a downloadable PDF copy of the 2018-2019 calendar. 

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    THANKS TO ALL!

    Happy Trails Everyone

    Just wanted to say thank-you to our staff, our parents and patrons, and our kids for all of their efforts the last 14 years. District 10 has been a GREAT home for Mrs. Ningen and I. We will be moving to Sidney in mid-June, so we’ll be just down the road a little ways.

    UPDATES
    Though I have served as your superintendent, I have also kept busy with a few other hobbies; I have thoroughly enjoyed being the webpage manager for the district and the facebook page manager. I’ve also enjoyed updating our Booster Club electronic sign in front of our school. What a blessing it has been to be able to help with communications, and bring notice to our kids and school!

    1. FACEBOOK - Mrs. Plog will now be the facebook page manager and will do a fantastic job. Be sure and get her your photos or news items for her to share with everyone.
    2. WEBPAGE - Mr. Arneson will be taking over that site. He has some great ideas for the summer and the fall. Help him out with stories and news tips too.
    3. ELECTRONIC SIGN - Mrs. Horstman and her students will take over the design and the updating of our sign in front of the school. They will do a creative job, I’m certain!

    Thank you to everyone on behalf of Mrs. Ningen and myself. It has been absolutely wonderful to work for all of you!

    Mr. Ningen

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    Mr. Isom, our new superintendent, is looking forward to the same cooperative effort that Hemingford has always shown. I know that District 10 will continue to be one of the best in our state!

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    HHS CLASS OF 2018 GRADUATES

    Exercises Held Sunday, May 13th, at 2PM

    HHS CLASS OF 2018 GRADUATES

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    Commencement for the Hemingford High School Class of 2018 is set for 2PM, Sunday, May 13th in the District Gymnasium.

    A class of 27 will receive diplomas from District Administrators, including SPED Director Mandy Plog, Elementary Principal Eric Arneson, Secondary Principal Daniel Kluver, and Superintendent Casper Ningen.

    Faculty Class Sponsors are Math Instructor Lisa Janssen and Science Instructor Jacob Brummer.

    The Salutatory Address will be given by Macee Buchheit, daughter of Robbie and Tobie Buchheit, with the Valedictory Address given by Kelli Horstman, daughter of Rex and Kay Horstman.

    The HHS Band, conducted by Ms. Sara Schmidt will perform, and all Mothers will be honored with a special welcome.

     

    2018 Class Colors are Red and Silver-Gray

    2018 Class Flower are White Rose dipped in Red/Silver

    2018 Class Motto is, “Whatever You Do, Do It Well”, by Walt Disney

    2018 Class Song is “May We All”, by Florida-Georgia Line.

     

    A video presentation will close the ceremony, with class members forming a receiving line afterwards.

    Congratulations, HHS Class of 2018!

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