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Current News

School Closed

Posted on January 21st, 2018

School will Be Closed on Tuesday January 23rd. The SACC program will be open regular hours.


Backpack Program

Posted on January 18th, 2018

Backpack program donationThe 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!


Hayfield Community School Members

Posted on January 12th, 2018

We have unfortunate news to share about a Hayfield Community Elementary student’s family. The family of three (and a dog) are safe, but they lost their home and their personal belongings this morning in a fire.

The community is providing a place to sleep and food for the family the next few days.

You are welcome to assist the family this next week.
You can bring cash donations to the elementary office through next Friday, January 19.

Material items are not appropriate at this time, because they do not have a place to store these items. If you have an interest in providing material donations in the near future, please leave your name and phone number with Tanya in the elementary office.

Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers.


Posted on December 9th, 2017

Lady Vikes Win at Breakdown Invitational Showcase
The Hayfield Lady Vikings basketball team traveled to Minnetonka High School to take part in the Breakdown Invitational Showcase on Saturday. There were 16 varsity games played at Minnetonka on this day. Hayfield’s opponent was Mayer Lutheran, which is a very athletic team, that won the class A title in volleyball this fall.
The game started poorly for Hayfield as they feel behind 7-2. The Lady Vikes started to warm up and a couple Maggie Streightiff 3 pointers had Hayfield right back in the game. Slowly, but surly, Hayfield built a ten point lead with about four minutes left in the first half. The Crusaders then made a nice run to cut the lead to one. Olivia Matti gave Hayfield a little cushion going into halftime as she made two three pointers in the final minute of the first half. The halftime score was 31-25.
The Lady Vikes started the second half with three straight steals and baskets to put the lead up to double digits and the lead never went back to single digits the rest of the game. The lead got as big as 22 in the second half for Hayfield and the Lady Vikes cruised to a 66-51 victory.
Scoring: Olivia Matti 19, Maggie Streightiff 16, Carrie Rutledge 13, Kate Kruger 8, Elecia Brown 6, and Abby Stasko 4.
Next up for the Lady Vikings is a trip to Pine Island on Tuesday night.


Congratulations Maggie & Kate

Posted on November 9th, 2017
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Congratulations goes out to Maggie Streightiff and Kate Kruger. Kate received the Class A All-State Honorable Mention Award and Maggie received the Class A All-State award at the 2017 State Volleyball Banquet!!Kate Kruger 


Posted on November 8th, 2017

Maggie-rCongratulations to Maggie Streightiff, signing to play volleyball at Upper Iowa. Her father Doug is with her in the picture. Way to go Maggie.


Posted on November 7th, 2017

Stewartville Fall Band Fest 2017-rThe following students were selected to perform with the 2017 Stewartville Junior High Honor Band as part of the 2nd Annual Stewartville Fall Band Festival. 7th and 8th grade Students from over 10 area Schools made up the Honor Band. They were directed by retired Band Director, Dave Gudmasted from Winona, Minnesota. Students rehearsed all morning and afternoon Saturday, November 4th, performing on the Stage at Stewartville at 4:30. Congratulations to the following students; Josanne Tempel, Alto Saxophone; Giovanna Galdamez, Trumpet; Anabelle Bamlet, Clarinet; Alexis Roe, Flute; McKenna O’Connor, Trumpet; Isaac Beck, Trumpet, Reese Bauman, Alto Saxophone and Dakota Robinson, Tuba.


Posted on November 7th, 2017

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Congratulations to the following Junior and Senior Band Members that performed in the 2017 Hiawatha Valley League Honor Band on Monday, November 6th at Stewartville High School. They were directed by Dr. Craig Hancock of Wartburg College from Waverly, Iowa. There were over 90 students in the band representing each of the 12 schools that make up the Hiawatha Valley League.  Jaelynn Therring, Trombone; Hannah Knudson, Alto Saxophone; Paetyn Stadler, Clarinet; Carter Vogel, Alto Saxophone, Olivia Struck, Trumpet; Kelsey Roe, Clarint: Kyle Jacobsen, Trumpet and Jacob Reynolds, Tenor Saxophone.  (Photo by Margaret Roe)


HVL All-Conference Honor Choir

Posted on November 7th, 2017

Choir 1-rCongratulations to Olivia Matti, Dylan Monahan, Carson Anderson, Steven Miner, Mason Nitz, Alexis Dudycha, Miranda Steinfadt & Bailey Lubbert for being a part of the HVL all-conference honor choir. At Stewartville High School, on Monday evening, they performed under the direction of Luther College director Mark Potvin. Fantasic job!