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Light Show Helps Raise Money for Backpack Program.

Hershey High students Nolan Benjamin and Jack Selken set up a computer-controlled light show complete with music at the Benjamin household at 2111 Lookout Court in North Plate over the holidays to raise funds that provide weekend meals to elementary kids in need. They placed a donation box along the street and raised $1,210 for the program.   Benjamin said he learned about the Foodbank for the Heartland organization . . .

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SPVA CONFERENCE BRACKETS JAN. 14-19

SPVA Basketball Brackets, finals to be played at North Platte Community College.

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Brekkyn Baker - Hershey Foundation January Student of the Month

The Hershey Public Schools Education Foundation Elementary Student of the Month is Brekkyn Baker.  Brekkyn's teacher nominated her, saying: "Brekkyn is an exceptional student and shows great character in the classroom.  She is always willing to lend a helping hand to her peers or staff.  She has a great attitude, shows patience, is trustworthy and has outstanding manners. Brekkyn strives to be a great student . . .

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Jacob Gosnell- Hershey Foundation January Student of the Month

    Jacob Gosnell- Hershey Foundation January Student of the Month   Jacob was noted by our teachers as being a student that is friendly to everyone he encounters in our building.  He always takes time for students and peers that are looking for his attention and interaction. Jacob is a quiet leader that displays citizenship, scholarship, and empathy for others.  He has also been an active . . .

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News from Mrs. Davis Superintendent

                The first semester of the 2018-2019 school year is behind us and it was a great semester.  It is a pleasure serving as the Superintendent for the Hershey School district.     The Nebraska Department of Education has released AQuESTT classifications this past month.  AQuESTT is Nebraska’s . . .

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News From High School Principal

As we wrap up what was hopefully a restful break with family and friends and begin the 2019 New Year we will be beginning some important testing at Hershey High School.  The Department of Education in Nebraska has developed assessments in the areas of mathematics, reading, and science.  This state assessment program is now called the Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System (NSCAS).  The reading, math, and science . . .

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News From Activities Director

  Activities Director News One semester is in the books and I can’t believe where all the time has gone..  Winter sports teams are well underway and our music programs recently put on some amazing Christmas performances.  We had a fantastic first semester and I look forward to the new year and what is to come for Hershey Public Schools in 2019. The wrestling team is . . .

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News From Elementary Principal

            The first half of the school year is now behind us.  For most students, the second half of the school year will be a continuation of the first: regular attendance, good grades, completed homework, etc.  For some, a change may need to take place and there is no better time to start than the new semester and the New Year!  If your child’s academic . . .

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