Check out our newly created DONOR WALL!
We want YOUR name on the Wall as soon as possible!
The Hastings Public Schools Foundation Donor Wall is located in the lobby of the
Hastings Senior High Auditorium. This permanently installed wall is dedicated
to the many donors who Extend the Horizon of Opportunity to students in the
Hastings Public Schools. Your contributions are important to the HPS Foundation.
| Wood/Metal Plaque Giving Levels:
___ $ 5,000 ___ $ 75,000
___ $ 10,000 ___ $ 100,000
___ $ 15,000 ___ $ 150,000
___ $ 20,000 ___ $ 200,000
___ $ 35,000 ___ $ 250,000
___ $ 50,000 ___ Other
A contribution of $5,000 or more is required for a donor to have an individual
wood/metal plaque permanently placed on the Donor Wall. The Wall
will be updated yearly. If, in a future year, a donor meets the qualification for the
next level of giving, the donor’s name-plate will be removed and an upgraded
name-plate will be installed to honor the donor’s new level of giving.
As a donor’s giving levels rises, the wood/metal plaque installed to honor
the donor increases in size and prominence.
*Donors who make cumulative contributions totaling $1,000 to $4,999 are honored by having their names on a separate group placard, which has been installed in the High School Auditorium Lobby.
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Our goal is to provide string and band instruments for HPS students
who want to play, but cannot afford to.
There are three ways an individual or business can contribute to the
HPS Foundation Instrument Donation Program:
1. DONATE a new or used instrument to the HPS Foundation.
2. MONETARY DONATIONS can be made to the HPS Foundation specifically for instrument purchases.
3. SPONSOR A STUDENT as an individual or a business by renting or purchasing a new or used instrument for one or more students through the HPS Foundation.
HPS Foundation (memo line should specify HPS Instrument Donation Program)
Send check to; HPS Foundation, 1924 West A Street, Hastings, NE 68901
You will receive a tax deductible receipt and, upon request, can be
recognized in concert programs for in-kind donations or monetary support.
If you have questions or would like to help, please contact one of the teachers below.
HPS Music Coordinator
HPS Elementary Strings
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|Winter 2013: Volume I||Fall 2013 Newsletter Update||Winter 2013: Volume II||Fall 2014 Newsletter Update|
|Winter 2014: Volume III|
HPS Annual Reports
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The last few pages have Foundation information.
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On May 2, 2014 at the HPS Foundation Pathways I Event, Jim Fielder was recognized as the 2014 HPS Educator of Year.
HPSF in the News
Hastings Tribune Article, February 2014
Hastings Tribune Article, February 2013
HPS Alumni in the News: 2015
Most of these stories appeared in the Hastings Tribune, however,
if you have news you want to share, let us know! Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles from 2013.
Articles from 2014.
From the Thursday, March 5, 2015, Hastings Tribune.
From the Tuesday, March 3, 2015, Hastings Tribune.
Emily Funkey is a 2010 graduate of Hastings High School.
From the Tuesday, February 24, 2015, Hastings Tribune.
Gwen Munroe Hoylman is a 1956 graduate of Hastings High School.
From the Monday, February 23, 2015, Hastings Tribune.
Shenna Raitt Tripp is a 2006 graduate of Hastings High School.
|Dr. Alissa Marr, a 1995 graduate of Hastings High School, is an Oncologist with Nebraska Medicine Clinics in Omaha and she is quoted in this article from the Sunday 1/25/15 edition of the Omaha World Herald. Nebraska Medicine represents the clinical integration of The Nebraska Medical Center.|
From the Hastings College website in January 2015.
This ran in the Hastings Tribune on Saturday January 3, 2015.
Superintendents & Principals
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Superintendents and Principals from 2015-1875.