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Hayfield Community Schools
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Posten on November 7, 2017 By Brian Bartley
The 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.
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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)
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Congratulations 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!
Posten on October 2, 2017 By Brian Bartley
Today is an important day — National Custodian Day! Please take a few minutes and thank our dedicated custodial team. We are lucky to have you here at Hayfield Community Schools! Thank you for all that you do!
Posten on September 22, 2017 By Brian Bartley
Hayfield Community Schools is featured in the Austin Daily Herald for their charitable contributions to assist students affect by Hurricane Harvey. Click here to read the article.
Posten on September 21, 2017 By Brian Bartley
4th Grade Crown Bearers: Lila Quail & Kael Steel
2017 Homecoming Court:
Kaylee Chick – Kyle Jacobson
Kelly Johnson – Hunter Louks
Olivia Matti – Zach Nelson
Caroline Rutledge – Jacob Reynolds
Maggie Streightiff – Ryan Risius
Posten on September 14, 2017 By Brian Bartley
Hayfield’s Carrie Rutledge, left, and Maggie Streightiff have reached the Viking record books with Rutledge breaking the digs record and Streightiff the all time set record. Eric Johnsonfirstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to read the awesome article on two of Hayfield’s seniors Carrie Rutledge and Maggie Streightiff. Great records girls, the numbers will just keep climbing.
Posten on September 11, 2017 By Brian Bartley
“No doubt, we’re excited about the outcome, mostly for our students and for our future students. We also feel fortunate and happy for the support we have from/with our families, staff and communities.”
“There are real needs that were identified and brought forward — safety and security, aging facilities, classroom space, and quality classroom learning environments — that are now going to be addressed. A huge thank you to the voters of district #203 and the numerous volunteers who helped get the information out to our voters. Lastly, I want to congratulate Belinda Selfors (past Superintendent) and the Hayfield school board for establishing a vision and working to bring that to fruition with the support of our community.”
Gregg Slaathaug Superintendent of Schools
Posten on August 31, 2017 By Brian Bartley
Sisters Anna Carney, left, and Cela Carney, are both playing libero this fall. Anna is playing at RCTC and Cela is playing for Hayfield. Rocky Hulneemail@example.com
Very nice write-up in the Austin Daily Herald about Hayfield’s Carney sisters. Way to go girls, we are proud of you. Click here for the Article
Posten on August 17, 2017 By Brian Bartley
As many of you know Jacob Reynolds (class of 2018) undertook a huge project for his Eagle Scout project this year. His project was to raise enough money to fund the installation of a new full color, digital, informational sign in front of Hayfield Community Schools. He has worked tirelessly on this project and the final result is absolutely amazing. Thank you Jacob for all of your efforts, the sign is wonderful and we are so proud to have you as a student here at Hayfield High School.