Thank you Norris Public Power for teaching us about electricity and how to stay safe.
11 months ago, Jane Dodes
Third grade listening to NPPD.
For part of FFA Farm Safety Day we had Norris Public Power come out and educate our kids about electrical safety. Thank you Lyle, Ty, Luke and Wyatt for coming out today!!! πŸ’™πŸ’›
11 months ago, Rachel Eickman
Junior high watched the demonstration also
Kindergarten checking out the demonstration
2nd grade watching NPPD
1st grade watching the demonstration
More 4th graders giving their Thayer County community projects. The teachers even enjoy learning new things about some of the towns. The kids did a great job.
11 months ago, Rebecca Hulse
The physics class was working on finding the value of gravity in free fall and how air resistance played a role in free fall.
11 months ago, Bryan Solomon
The 50th Annual Randall Smith Cross Country Invite brought together Hebron/Thayer Central XC coaches from the past and present. Many years of great leadership and mentorship from these individuals!
11 months ago, Kristy Lukert
XC Coaches
50th Randall Smith XC- Sydney 6th, Megan 11th, Halle 20th, Christian 12th, Lachlan 13th, Adam 14th, Bradley 18th. Great meet!
11 months ago, Thayer Central Cross Country
8th Grade investigation on Newton's 3rd Law. . . foe every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. How did we investigate this? BALLOON ROCKETS! what a fun day in Science!!
11 months ago, Valerie Randall
rocket πŸš€ lab
rocket lab
8th grade rocket lab
8th Grade investigation on Newton's 3rd Law. . . foe every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. How did we investigate this? BALLOON ROCKETS! what a fun day in Science!!
11 months ago, Valerie Randall
1st ever β€œSpoon Run” for XC practice today. #Carry Your ….. β€œSpoon”?
11 months ago, Thayer Central Cross Country
XC team
Mr. Solomon was nice enough to bring over his bearded dragon Skeeder! The preschoolers got to see the dried worms and bugs she eats and feel her bumpy skin. We have been studying dinosaurs and found that there were a lot of similarities between Skeeder and some dinosaurs.
11 months ago, Megan Heitmann
Due to injuries and illness, the Thayer Central Junior Varsity Football game vs. EMF scheduled for Monday, September 20th has been cancelled.
11 months ago, Tom Kiburz
Seniors had a morning full of planning for college. They applied to at least one college, signed up for a college fair and signed the banner. They also celebrated the day with a pizza lunch.
11 months ago, Kathy Brzon
Seniors 2022 Apply2College Day
Seniors posted their college pennant on their locker.
Second grade used shaving cream to review before the spelling test, and they made cactus art to go with our story of the week!
11 months ago, Sarah Parsons
A little Titan spirit after a Titan victory!! Titans defeated JCC 20-6.
11 months ago, Kurk Wiedel
Titan Spirit
Thayer Central and PHS to offer Skip Flu vaccinations on October 8th.
11 months ago, TCTitans
flu flyer
On Thursday, September 23rd, our students grades 6-12 will be provided QPR training by trained mental health staff from ESU#5. QPR is a recognized suicide awareness and prevention training that provides individuals basic skills to help recognize potential clues to suicide, as well as strategies of how to respond with hope and support if they are faced with crisis. If you would prefer your student not participate in this training, please contact the school.
11 months ago, Kathy Brzon
QPR Training
4th graders reviewing math concepts using Study Island.
11 months ago, Eric Uher
Study Island Group Session
Sydney powering through the heat for a 12th place medal at Fillmore Central XC Invite.
11 months ago, Thayer Central Cross Country
Hastings NOAA meteorologist Michael Moritz visited our Broadcast Animation class today to give a lesson so they may include a weather segment in the soon to come Titan News Network!!
11 months ago, Ryan Waters
First graders learned about vertices and sides. They used their artistic skills and knowledge to create shape people! πŸ”΅πŸ”ΆπŸ”ΊπŸ›‘πŸŸ©
11 months ago, Paige Hinz
1st grade shapes