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Holdrege Public Schools | October 17, 2019

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Middle School Announcements

October 16, 2019


Wednesday, October 16th 2019 

A DAY                                   


Lunch Today: Turkey & Gravy or Breaded Steak Fingers

Lunch Tomorrow: Spaghetti or Spicy Chicken Sandwich


Happy Birthday to: Tegan Weaver

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Scholastic Book Fair is Coming To Holdrege Middle School October 17-23

October 3, 2019

by Betty Bricker

Scare Up A Good Book At Your Scholastic Book Fair

Book Fair:  HMS Media Center Thursday, Oct. 17:  7:30 am – 4:00 pm Friday, Oct. 18:  7:30 am – 2:30 pm Monday, Oct. 21:  7:30 am … Read More

Coke Lid Contest Winners

October 2, 2019

by Tom Ridenour

These Holdrege Middle Students who were the winners of the Coca Cola Lid Contest:  Bottom row:  Curtis Eschen, Esperanza Juarez, Emily Sander, Mason Clements. Back row:  Lexie Wriight, Avery Hurlbert and Paisley Ord, Nick Weides and … Read More

October is National Bullying Prevention Month

September 27, 2019

by Jean Berreckman

Every October, schools and organizations across the country join STOMP Out Bullying in observing National Bullying Prevention Month.  The goal is to encourage schools, communities and organizations to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying and put … Read More

QT Families at HMS

September 27, 2019

by Jean Berreckman

Quality Time or QT Family time – Each HMS student is in family group.   There are approximately 12-14 students in the group, it’s a mixture of boys and girls and different grades.  We have twenty-five family … Read More

Come Shop At Our Young Entrepreneurs’ Business

September 24, 2019

by Chris Karn

The 5th grade students in Mrs. Karn’s Entrepreneur Class, have been working on starting new businesses. Teaching students entrepreneurship skills is more than just coming up with an idea and then starting a business.  The students learn … Read More

Art Conveys Important Message

September 18, 2019

by Brandy Edgren

Students this year in art are being asked to think deeper than ever before.  Mrs. Edgren’s personal goal is to engage students in cognitively complex tasks. To do this, she is asking students to make their … Read More

5th Grade Science Classes Demonstrate Food Chains

September 12, 2019

by Melissa Ericksen

Food chains are taking place all around us all the time.  Last week the 5th grade science students had the opportunity to demonstrate a live food chain.  All the energy for their food chains began with … Read More

6th Grade Science Studies Levels of Organization

September 12, 2019

by Brandon Hanika

Students in 6th grade are currently learning about topics in Life Science to start the school year.  We have looked at several different items to identify the presence of cells, and have even seen plankton on … Read More

Mrs. Fuehrer’s Marshmallow Challenge

September 3, 2019

7th graders in Mrs. Fuehrer’s math class started the year with a challenge – The Marshmallow Challenge.  Given 20 pieces of raw spaghetti, a yard of tape, a yard of string and one large marshmallow, teams of three were … Read More