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Thank You

Posted on April 26th, 2017

Admin Assistant Appreciation


Spelling Bee

Posted on April 26th, 2017

30th Annual Spelling Bee sponsored by the Hayfield American Legion & Auxiliary

3rd grade- Eva Smith, Arianna Stone
4th grade-Owen Smith, Elaina Masching
5th grade – Cohen Heins, Chelsea Christopherson
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Congratulations Mr. “C”

Posted on April 12th, 2017

Teacher of the Month: Mark Carlson, of Hayfield Elementary, to read story in the Post Bulletin Click here.


Congratulations!!

Posted on April 6th, 2017

Trace Tebay signing to play basketball at Gustavus next year. Pictured with him are his parents Angie and Jason Tebay and AD/Head BBB Coach Chris Pack.Tebay-r

Lane Canny signing to play football at RCTC next year. Pictured with him are his mother Tammy Canny, Head Football Coach Adam Schroeder, and AD Chris Pack.Canny-r


Speech Team

Posted on April 5th, 2017

SPeech-rHayfield Speech Team Competes at Sub-Section Tournament

On Monday April 3rd, six students traveled to Wabasha-Kellogg High School for the sub-section 1A-1 speech tournament. The relatively inexperienced team competed well, with sophomore Anikka Bjornson earning a place as alternate to the section tournament in Creative Expression and junior Tucker Cordle advancing to sections with a second-place finish in Discussion. Teammates Dylan Monahan (Drama Interpretation), Kelsey Roe (Creative Expression), Hannah Breault (Creative Expression), and Paetyn Stadler (Discussion) also competed well at their final tournament of the season. Coaches Brandon Greenfield and Laura Hoebing are proud of the team’s growth and successes this year and look forward to growing the team with these student leaders next year! Tucker will compete at the section 1A tournament in Byron on Saturday, April 8.


Baseball Team Florida trip

Posted on April 5th, 2017

IMG_6qo982-rThe Hayfield baseball team recently completed their trip to Florida for spring training. The team left on March 23rd and returned on March 28th. They were able to get in six varsity scrimmages, three JV scrimmages, and two practices while on the trip. They stayed at the International Palms Resort which is right on the ocean and provided nice amenities. The team was also able to experience 20170327_184500-rFun Spot America Amusement Park and Disney Springs as part of the trip. Twenty-two players in 9th-12th grade were able to experience this great trip and make lifelong memories along the way!