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Sandhills Re-Opening Plan 2020-2021

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Sandhills Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation

Our virtual graduation ceremony honoring the class of 2020 is scheduled to go out at Midnight tonight. Please log on, at your convenience, and celebrate this class. They have had a tremendous high school career and they have unbounded . . . read more


The Sandhills Graduation was held on Saturday, June 13 at 2:00 pm     read more

A message from your teachers!

A Message From Your Teachers   read more

Special Recognition from the Red Cross! Thanks to everyone who donated or tried to donate at the Bloodmobile! It was very much appreciated!

Total Donations:  25 First Time Donor: Emily Martindale 1/2 Gallon Donor: Jakub Harris 1 Gallon Donor: Dylan Lister 4 Gallon Donor: Troy Saner 10 Gallon Donor: Celeste Rogers Special thanks to the Open Bible . . . read more

Elementary Music Students Version of the Book OLD BLACK FLY.

This is the students' version of the book  Old Black Fly .   K-2nd Grades:   https://youtu.be/MPV_ -60Fig0 4th-6th Grades:   https://youtu.be/ cjbYUhQcjm0 read more

Online Contact Schedule

Online Contact Schedule.xlsx read more

Important Message to Parents of Sandhills Students

School Update March 30, 2020.pdf                                                           . . . read more

Parents, Students and Patrons Information

Sandhills Parents and Patrons Just a couple of announcements to keep everyone in the loop. 1. Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) – COVID-19 Any family that qualified for free or reduced lunch last school . . . read more


BEEF IN THE SCHOOLS   Sandhills Schools have been the fortunate benefactor of the Beef in Schools Program.  We accept beef donations from local producers which allows us to serve our students the . . . read more


Sandhills High Schoo_20200103_153814.pdf read more

SHS Students Shine

Congratulations!   Girls and Boys State Representatives Named Madison Glidden, daughter of Tiffany and Levi Glidden; Madison Marten, daughter of Lisa and Adam Marten; and Emily Martindale, daughter of . . . read more

Sandhills Public Schools Mobile Device Responsibilities and Rules

Sandhills Public Schools Mobile Device Responsibilities and Rules (1).pdf read more

Local Students Perform Well At 56th Annual Nebraska Youth Range Camp

High school students from Anselmo-Merna, Ansley, Sandhills, and Thedford place high at the Nebraska Youth Range Camp held in Curtis, NE at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture recently. Logan Hafer from Sandhills placed . . . read more

MPCC Volleyball and Basketball Camps

MPCC Volleyball and Basketball Camps read more

MPCC Volleyball and Basketball Camps

MPCC Volleyball and Basketball Camps read more


7th grade math class project (1).pdf read more

Quiz Bowl Team Places at ESU 10 Regional Meet

Congrats to the Sandhills Quiz Bowl Team!  4 th Place at the UNK Regional Quiz Bowl       Back Row L-R: Logan Hafer, Matthew Daley, Reed McFadden, Brent Downing, Bryan . . . read more

MNAC Art Results

MNAC Art Show 2019 Congratulations to the Junior and Senior High Art on a Great Showing! Senior HIgh was 4th in Overall Artistry Junior High was 2nd in Overall Artistry   Pencil Honorable Mention - . . . read more

School Receives $500 from Nebraska Western Bank

  Michelle Milleson and Reed Larsen presented the Sandhills School Board with a $500 check for the school on behalf of Western Nebraska Bank for the school debit card program. We sincerely appreciate our local bank for their . . . read more

Bloodmobile Exceeds Goal Monday, January 14

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! to everyone who donated or tried to donate blood, donated baked goods, to the Cattlemen for the yummy brisket, and to Alice Springer! You all rock! We exceeded the goal (38) set by the Red Cross by 5 Units! . . . read more

5-6 Graders Win Premature Baby Awareness Class Competition

Tyson HIckman won the privilege of Pie-ing Mr. Marten on Tuesday afternoon.  The 5-6 graders won the class competition during Premature Baby Awareness Month that the FBLA sponsored. The 5-6 graders contributed nearly $50. Way to . . . read more

Cole Larsen, SHS Graduate Speaks to Current Students

  Thank you, Cole Larsen, for speaking to the Sandhills 7-12 Graders on Structural Engineering, fields of engineering, and opportunities related to engineering that can be brought back to the community. We appreciate you sharing . . . read more

On Line Lunch Payments

  PARENTS: Pay your student lunch bill online. Sandhills is now using e-funds for school for the convenience of paying lunch bills online.  E-funds and Powerschool are integrated for online bill pay.  We are also . . . read more

Emily Martindale Receives Poetry Recognition

Congratulations are in order for Emily Martindale whose poem titled “Branding The Sandhills” was chosen by the Nebraska Writing Project's Poetry of Place contest as a winning poem. Only 9-12 poems are chosen across the state . . . read more


Thanks to BD, CPPD, and CAPABLE for bringing the STEM mobile lab to Sandhills. Thanks also to teachers Mrs. Lea Essman, Mr. Rod Ready, and Mrs. Celeste Rogers for getting trained in order to allow the lab to come to our school. Here's an . . . read more

Paizley Zutavern Wins Nebraska Dept of Agriculture Poster Contest

Second grader , Paizley Zutavern, won first place in the first/ second-grade division of the Nebraska Department of Agricultural annual poster contest. Her poster will be displayed on their website and she is waiting for the arrival of . . . read more

Sandhills Spelling Bee Winners

Colinn Winkelbauer, a 7th grader at Sandhills Public School, won the Blaine County Spelling Bee on Wednesday, February 14. Sixth grader, Charlsie Teahon, was the runner up. More information to follow on the class winners--stay tuned. read more

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