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Dear Hayfield School District families,

Posted on May 26th, 2015

As many of you may be aware, one of our district families experienced a fire in their home late Monday night. They were able to get out of the house, but they will need our help. Clothing can be dropped off at 914 3rd Avenue SE in Hayfield. They will need sizes 5T and 14-16 for the two boys & the mother needs 2XL clothing..

Monetary donations may be dropped off at the Citizens State Bank in Hayfield where an account has been set up to help the family or at any of the Hayfield School district offices. The district will take any donations to the bank. Checks can be made out to the Michelle Miller Fire Fund.

One of the greatest benefits of being in our small school district is the generosity of our students, families, and communities.

Thank you on behalf of the family.


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Concurrent Enrollment Classes for College Credit

Posted on May 20th, 2015

Class of 2016 and 2017 Students and Parents,

The link below leads to a document describing the Concurrent Enrollment classes our Juniors and Seniors can earn next year while attending Hayfield High School. We have talked about this earlier this year. Thank you for your patience, as our staff has worked to be approved to offer these courses on our campus.

Students will receive a master schedule for next year this week. You will find these courses listed on the master schedule. Many of you will be anxious to get more information. Mrs. Connelly will meet with each grade level to clarify and answer questions. Everything will be clear before you register for the 2015-2016 school year.

Click here for Concurrent Enrollment Document.

New School Record!

Posted on May 18th, 2015

Gabe-Record-RCongratulations to Gabe Tempel on breaking the Hayfield High School Boy’s 3200M record by more than 6 seconds on Friday May 15 at the 13 team Triton Invitational ! He has set the new record at 10:07.23!  Way to go Gabe!  AWESOME JOB!


Wounded Warrior Project

Posted on May 14th, 2015

6th Gtade2-RThe 6th Graders have been donating their change (and dollar bills) to the “Wounded Warrior Project” this 6th Grade1-Rschool year. This special group uses donations to help injured warriors who are living with the effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI). The 6th grade students are having special dress-up days to promote awareness for this project. Students may donate $.25 each day in order to participate in the dress-up days and all the money donated will be given to the Wounded Warrior Project.