The last day of school for grades PK-5 and 8, will be on Tuesday, May 19th at their regular dismissal time.
The last day for grades 6, 7, and 9-12 will be on Wednesday, May 20th at their regular Wednesday dismissal times.
8th Grade Promotion: HHS North Gym, 5/19/15, 5:30 p.m.
HHS Graduation: HHS North Gym, 5/17/15, 2:00 p.m.
Summer Activity Brochure
Camp Invention Summer Camp
How will we know that we have met our goal?
Dashboard of Student Performance:
How are we doing at meeting our goal?
Click on the heading above to view an overview of the project.
|At the November School Board meeting, the board approved a bid from Farris Construction of Hastings (approximately $4.15 million) for the Watson portion of the Elementary School Improvement Project.
Click here to view an updated site plan for Watson.
At the February School Board meeting, the board approved a bid from Central Contracting of Kearney (approximately $3.098 million) for the Hawthorne portion of the Elementary School Improvement Project.
Click here to view an updated site plan for Hawthorne.
Money to fund this project will come from the Elementary Construction Fund.
Congratulations to HHS Juniors Dylan Langston, Alex Kemnitz, and Andy Kemnitz for receiving a third place architectural award in the International Bridge Building Competition in Oregon. The students were unable to attend the competition physically, but their bridge was one of two from the regional competition to be submitted in the international contest. Overall, their bridge placed 19th out of the 56 entries that met all of the acceptance guidelines.
Congratulations to Andrew Rutt and Tanner Cline of Hastings High School for earning first place in the Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition held April 23rd at the Milford Campus of Southeast Community College!
This is the third year in a row that an HHS team has taken home the title!
This June, Andrew and Tanner will travel to Dearborn, Michigan to the Ford World Headquarters to compete in the National Finals. Congratulations to Andrew and Tanner and their instructor Robert Schuster!
Lincoln Elementary students are prepared to take their state tests!
The Lincoln Lion Student Council put together this fun video to get themselves and their fellow other students excited to take the tests. A big thank you to Lincoln teachers Rita Will and Janice Dart and Jake Rundle from the Hastings Library for making this idea a reality! Click on the photo to access the video.
Congratulations to Danyell Boutin, Daulten Sadd, Bryant Menke, Jacynda Aulrich, and Sean Alcorn for qualifying for participation at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida April 25-29, 2015! Their advisor is Mrs. Gwen Davidson.