HPS Board approves plans, policies, contracts

(First published in the Clay County News, April 18, 2018) The Harvard School Board took action on five items at Monday’s regular meeting, including approving the Facilities Committee plans, adding a policy and approving contracts.  Following the recent resignations of several teachers, the school board approved three contracts to fill positions. Those teachers are Kirsten … Continue reading HPS Board approves plans, policies, contracts

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Not my best friend…but maybe an acquaintance

Man, the struggle is real... I do not like dogs; I am actually pretty scared of dogs most of the time.  (No hiding the struggle this time; I made it clear and obvious at the start.)  Where this fear of dogs came from I cannot explain because both my parents actually had pets growing up, … Continue reading Not my best friend…but maybe an acquaintance

County athletes find success at college

(First published in the Clay County News, April 11, 2018)  Former county athletes started the college outdoor track season with success. At the University of Nebraska-Kearney, Fairfield senior Bailey Stapleman began the outdoor season at the Wildcat Classic at Wayne, where he won the pole vault, clearing 15 feet, 7 inches.  He continued the success … Continue reading County athletes find success at college

Fields selected for NSAA student advisory

(First published in the Clay County News, April 11, 2018)  Harvard’s sophomore Ellie Fields has been selected as one of the eight new members to the Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) Student Advisory Committee. The new members will begin serving their junior years, 2018-19, and continue through their senior years, 2019-20. According to a press … Continue reading Fields selected for NSAA student advisory