Posted on March 19th, 2018
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We are deeply saddened to learn of the death of one of our students. Our crisis management team met yesterday to make preparations for today. We are providing comfort rooms for our students and staff. These rooms will be staffed by counselors , counselors from Dodge County, and our area clergy. All of the area schools have reached out to assist if needed also. We are trying to conduct school as normal as possible today. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends as we all begin to deal with this grief.
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7th/8th grade Junior High choir when to Kasson today for a junior high choir festival. Here’s a video of them singing “Like a Mighty Stream” with other area choirs. Click here for the YouTube video.
The Hayfield Art Department cordially invites you to join us for our annual
“ZED Traveling Art Show”
The 24th annual traveling art show will be held in Hayfield High School’s Library on Thursday, February 15th through Friday, February 23rd. The show exhibits work from grades kindergarten through twelfth with a variety of media being used. When you come to the show, you will see artwork from some very talented young students from around the surrounding area as well as artwork from seven talented Hayfield students. Entered this year from the high school is seventh grader, Karson Steele with his colored pencil drawing of a tortoise in “Four Animal Views”. Two freshman artists with their scratchboard drawings include Allie Tufte with “Tranquility” and Joseph Tempel’s “Midnight Migration”. Juniors in the show are Matti Morris with her colored pencil drawing of a lily pad turning into a cupcake called “Transformation” and Alyssa LaPlant’s postage stamp design called “New York”. The final two artists from Hayfield are seniors Zachary Nelson with his “Muhammad Ali” graphite drawing and Steven Miner’s “Chance” mixed media drawing.
On behalf of the seven artists entered into the traveling art show this year and the Hayfield Art Department, we hope to see you at the show!
Front row left-
Matti Morris “Tranformation”
Karson Steele “Four Animal Views”
Allie Tufte “Tranquility”
Back row left-
Joseph Tempel “Midnight Migration”
Zachary Nelson “Muhammad Ali”
Steven Miner “Chance”
Not pictured is Alyssa LaPlant, The single artwork named “New York” is hers.
The Hayfield Community Backpack Program provides meals and snacks to children in need over the weekends and extended breaks from school. The Backpack Program started in 2012 as a youth project at Trinity Lutheran Church and continues to grow each year. Most of the food is purchased through the Channel One food bank and the program is funded entirely by donations. We are currently serving about 30 children and it costs between $250-$300 to fill the backpacks each month.
The Backpack Program received an incredible donation from Central Farm Services with a matching donation from Land O’ Lakes totaling $2100! We have also received donations from Hayfield Chamber of Commerce, Hayfield Lions Club, IBI Data, various school clubs and organizations, and many generous community members.
For more information about the program, please contact Adam Anderson, Backpack Program Coordinator, at 477-2248 or Jamie Hansen, School Social Worker, at 477-3235 Ext. 254.
We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to all of the volunteers and community members who make this program successful!