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Feb 06, 2016

Sports Physicals

Thursday June 2, 2016 - Pawnee City School Locker Rooms

Driver's Ed Students 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Girls 9:00 am - 11:30 am

Boys 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

For All Physicals, students must bring $15.00, urine sample, and their glasses or contacts.

May 24, 2016

Sports Schedules

May 20, 2016

Buy Your 2016 Yearbooks Now

Feb 22, 2016


Dec 31, 2015

2015 HTRS Holiday BB Tournament Schedule

Dec 29, 2015

Johnson Brock  JH Boys BB Tournament Schedule

Dec 14, 2015

Falls City  JH Boys BB Tournament Schedule

Dec 10, 2015

Indian Basketball Preview

B103 and FCTV visited basketball practice last week to interview the Pawnee City Boys and Girls Teams and coaches to talk about the upcoming season.  Click on the links to see the articles.

G BB Interview

Boys BB Interview


Dec 01, 2015

Local Lego League Promotes Science Technology and Teamwork

By Reyana Tegtmeier, 7th Grade

    Lego League is a competition where students ages 8-13 compete using a robot they make out of legos, a theme with a project they have to solve, and core values they need to use. This year, Pawnee City is sending five groups to the Qualifier, the first competition, which is on January 16 in Nebraska City.

Dec 01, 2015

HTRS JH Boys BB Tournament Schedule

Nov 21, 2015

Sub-District Volleyball Tournament Schedule

Nov 01, 2015

Alex Menninga placed 5th at the District Cross Country meet, he will be competing in Kearney this Firday October 23rd at 3:00 pm.  Every member of the Pawnee City CC Team had a personal best at Districts. Great job and good luck.

Oct 26, 2015

Sterling JV Volleyball Tournament Schedule

Oct 24, 2015

Download ACT Test Schedule

Oct 21, 2015

Pioneer Conference Volleyball Tournament Schedule

Oct 19, 2015

FCSH JV Volleyball Tournament Schedule

Oct 03, 2015

MUDECAS Volleyball Tournament Schedule

Sep 14, 2015

HTRS Volleyball Invite Schedule

Sep 12, 2015

Freeman Volleyball Invite Schedule

Aug 20, 2015

Football Camp registration form

Jun 30, 2015

HS District Track Schedule

May 13, 2015

 JH Pioneer Conference Track Schedule

May 09, 2015

Orville Rettig HS Track Schedule

May 08, 2015

FCSH JH Track Schedule

May 05, 2015

HS Pioneer Conference Track Schedule

May 02, 2015

Lewiston JH Track Schedule

Apr 30, 2015

The Sophomore Experience Another Culture

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore 

    This semester, the Sophomore English class read a modern novel about an American Indian.  This book is about a boy from an Indian reservation determined to take his future into his own hands.

Apr 27, 2015

HS MUDECAS Track Schedule

Apr 25, 2015

Freeman JH Track Schedule

Apr 23, 2015

FCSH Irish Ivite Track Schedule

Apr 21, 2015

JH MUDECAS Track Schedule

Apr 19, 2015

Pawnee City JH Invite Schedule

Apr 15, 2015

Nemaha Central Invite Schedule

Apr 14, 2015

Pawnee Speech Team Brings Their Best to State

By Alexa Cline, Senior

     Several Pawnee City High School students have doubled their success this school year by making it to state in two of their academic activities. Six members of the State Champion Play Production cast have also placed at this year’s State Speech contest. State Speech was held in Kearney, NE on March 27, 2015.

Apr 13, 2015

HTRS JH Invite Schedule

Apr 09, 2015

Valley Heights Invite Schedule

Apr 07, 2015

Pawnee City Girls Track Team Dominates Pioneer Conference Indoor Meet

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore
     The Pawnee City Track Team starts their season with the annual Pioneer Conference Indoor Meet at Doane College on March 24, 2015. The Lady Indians track team placed 1st and the boys placed 3rd.

Apr 01, 2015

Turkey Creek Relays Meet Schedule

Mar 31, 2015

Pioneer Conference Indoor Meet Schedule

Mar 26, 2015

68 Years of Tradition

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

     This past week was National FFA week. This event takes place in chapters all over the country. However this tradition didn’t start out as FFA week, it began as FFA day. At the 1933 National Convention, a steward of Montana requested the floor and suggested having a special day to recognize Future Farmers.

Mar 25, 2015

Pawnee City is District Speech Champs!

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

    On March 17, 2015, the Pawnee City Speech Team competed at the District Speech Meet at HTRS high school. The team brought home the C2 District Championship Honors!

Mar 24, 2015

Showstopper’s Showcase

By Cathryn Hollands, Sophomore

     The Showstoppers had fun performing in front of family and some close friends during their showcase on Tuesday March 10th at 7:00 p.m. This concert gives members of the group an opportunity to show off their talents by performing solos.

Mar 23, 2015

Conference Champs!

by McKenzie Goetsch, Sophomore

     The speech team had a very successful day at the Conference meet in Nebraska City. The team took home the Pioneer Conference Championship. Ann Cline exclaimed, “I honestly was surprised when they called our names for first. It definitely gave us momentum for Districts.”

Mar 23, 2015

Alternative Legal Fun

Grace Parks, Sophomore

     For those of you who get the Pawnee Republican you might have noticed the recent article on teen drinking and other alternative legal fun. Underage drinking affects everyone. It is also something that needs to be talked about openly and honestly.

Mar 20, 2015

Success in District CDEs

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

     FFA members competed in five different contests on Tuesday, March 3rd, at District CDEs. CDE stands for Career Development Events, which are contests the members compete in to test their skills learned through agricultural education.

Mar 17, 2015

Staying Informed on Eating Disorders

By Alexa Cline, Senior

     Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Exercise Bulimia, and Binge Eating-- they’re all varying types of eating disorders. And while females in their teens or early twenties are at the greatest risk for developing such a disorder, it is possible for anyone to develop one. There is no gender, age, or ethnicity off-limits when it comes to eating disorders. That’s why it is important that people are well informed on the subject.

Mar 05, 2015

A Dinner with the Heros

By Alexa Cline, Senior

     Veteran’s Day may have passed, but it’s never too late to show your patriotism.
On the 9th of February, Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy winners from area schools met at the American Legion Hall to share their writings and a meal with the community.

Mar 05, 2015

FCSH Dominates PC in Junior High Games

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

    The Pawnee City Junior High girls basketball team played the FCSH Irish at home February 26, A team lost 7 to 44 and B team lost 12 to 26.
    Both A team and B team fell behind early in the games. The A and B teams had many turnovers which made it hard for them to have the opportunity to score, but the team showed improvement in rebounding.

Mar 02, 2015

Hard Work and Improvements

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

    The Pawnee City Junior High girls basketball team played the JCC Thunderbirds at home February 23 the A team defeated JCC 17 to 11 the B team lost to JCC 5-8.
    Coach Pierce states, “ The team has improved on their understanding of the game.

Feb 25, 2015

The Pawnee City Speech Team Went “Out West”

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

    On Saturday, February 21st, the Pawnee City Speech Team competed at the Sutton Invite. This is a bigger meet than the team is used to. However, the team did well.

Feb 24, 2015

The Start to Another Successful Season

By Alexa Cline, Senior
     Pawnee City’s speech team competed at their second meet, the Beatrice Invite, on the seventh of February. While the team, unfortunately, did not place overall, several newer members did prove to be valuable additions, receiving some of the awards earned that day.

Feb 23, 2015

Singing Valentines

By Cathryn Hollands, Sophomore

     Pawnee City’s Showchoir delivered over 100 singing valentines around Pawnee City to spread love and joy on February 12th. The group sells singing valentines to raise money to assist with expenses and also to celebrate Valentines Day.

Feb 19, 2015

Boys Sub-District Tournament Bracket

Feb 18, 2015

Girls Sub-District Tournament Bracket

Feb 15, 2015

Fr-Soph JV BB Tournament Bracket

Feb 14, 2015

K of C JH Girls BB Tournament at Falls City

Feb 14, 2015

The following Pertussis information letter was sent home with your student today.  If you did not receive it you may download the information here.

Pertussis Information

Feb 12, 2015

Success at District LSEs

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

     FFA members develop their leadership skills by competing in district LSEs. LSE stands for Leadership Skills Events, which is 18 different types of speech events. On January 27th, FFA members traveled to SCC in Beatrice to compete in four categories. One event is Job Interview, where the objective is to provide FFA members the opportunity to demonstrate their ability in completing a job application form, writing a letter of application, preparing a resume, interviewing, and completing a follow-up letter.

Feb 09, 2015

Lady Indians Sweep the Lady Tigers

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

The Lady Indians played the Lewiston Tigers on January 27. The Lady Indians swept the Lady Tigers 68-32.

Jan 30, 2015

Sing it Loud Sing it Proud

By Cathryn Hollands, Sophomore

The Nebraska Choral Directors Association sponsors Singing Youth. This group is made up of 7th and 8th grade singers who have been nominated from their school.

Jan 27, 2015

Two Teams From Pawnee City Lego League Advance To The State Tournament

By McKenzie Goetsch, Sophomore

     Pawnee City advanced two teams to State by competing in the Qualifier Lego League competition.

Jan 26, 2015

Indians Compete Hard Against FCSH

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

      The Indians played the Fall City Sacred Heart Irish on January 23. The Indians came up short to the Irish 58-65.

Jan 26, 2015

Pioneer Conference Tournament Bracket

Jan 23, 2015

Ebooks Now Available

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior    

     The Pawnee City School Library now has Ebooks available for both entertainment and research purposes. The school pays for reputable databases that students have access to for research projects. The most recent purchase of electronic services is Ebooks, which are for pleasure reading.

Jan 23, 2015

The Indians Meet the Titans for the Third Time This Season.

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore
    The Pawnee City Indians played the HTRS Titans for the third time on January 19th.

Jan 23, 2015

The Lady Indians place 3rd in the MUDECUS Class B Basketball Tournament

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

     The Lady Indians competed in the MUDECUS Class B Basketball Tournament that ran from January 12th to the 16th. The number one ranked Lady Indians play the number eight ranked Parkview Christian the first day.

Jan 21, 2015

Pawnee JV Tournament Bracket

Jan 20, 2015

Cell Phones for Survivors

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

    More than 60% of domestic violence incidents happen at home. Almost 3 million men are victims of physical assault in the United States and 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. These facts are according to the Safe Horizons website, which is the nation’s leading victim assistance organization.

Jan 20, 2015

The Pawnee City Indians Earn Second Place at the Holiday Tournament

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore
    The Pawnee City Indians competed in the Holiday Tournament at HTRS. On December 30th, both girls and boys played HTRS for their first game.

Jan 20, 2015

Trevor Gyhra Sings in the State FFA Honor Choir

By McKenzie Goetsch

     On Wednesday, January 7th Trevor Gyhra was ecstatic to find out he was selected to the State FFA Honor Choir. “I was so excited to find out that I was picked,” stated Trevor Gyhra.

Jan 20, 2015

MUDECAS Tournament Bracket

Jan 12, 2015

HTRS Holiday Tournament Bracket

Dec 30, 2014

K of C JH Boys BB Tournament at Falls City


Dec 14, 2014

Students Get Connected With Their Local Government

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

      On Monday November 17, 2014 Mr. Shepherd’s Government class attended County Government Day at the Pawnee Courthouse. The PC seniors had the opportunity to expand their knowledge of the local government by visiting the Elected Officials in the Courthouse, learning about their duties and using that information to compete against Lewiston in Jeopardy during the afternoon.

Dec 09, 2014

Pawnee City One Act Hosts their First Festival

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

    The Pawnee cast and crew continues to receive awards. On November 22, Pawnee City hosted their first one act festival. Several schools came to compete. The judges gave the over-all winners and several others awards.

Dec 09, 2014

District Champions

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

    On Tuesday, December 2 the Pawnee City Play Production went to Nebraska City Lourdes to compete in districts, and they weren’t disappointed. They came home with the first place plaque and many other individuals awards.

Dec 09, 2014

Students Experience Poverty

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior   

     The Pawnee County SENCA held the fourth annual Poverty Simulation in the Poteet Hall for the Juniors and 8th graders on Wednesday, November 26. The event started with a pre-test then moved to the simulation. The goals of the simulation are to educate people on poverty in our country, and give them a first-hand view of those struggles.

Dec 09, 2014

24th Annual Skate Trip

By Cathryn Hollands, Sophomore

      Junior High students would rather skate than dance. School dances were the Junior High activity in the 80’s. Mrs. Puls, the Junior High sponsor, organized dances in the Junior High hallway.

Dec 09, 2014

Indians First Basketball Win of the Season

By Lydia Gyhra, Sophomore

    The Indians played the Frankfort Wildcats on Friday December 5th. This was the boys’ and girls’ second game of the season. The Indians played Diller-Odell the night before and lost. Coming off the Diller game, the Indians played with intensity, which paid off. The Lady Indians won 58-54, and the boys also won 38-22.

Dec 05, 2014

PC Drops Season Opener to Diller-Odell

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

     PC drops their season opener to Diller-Odell on Thursday December 4 at home. The Lady Indians lost their game 47-29, and the PC Indians dropped their game 36-21.

Dec 04, 2014

A Day for Honoring Our Local Heroes

By Alexa Cline, Senior

    Tuesday, November 11th, the Pawnee City Schools came together in commemoration of our local war veterans. The day included performances from the elementary, junior high, and high school, as well as a speech from our guest speaker-- the mayor of Syracuse, Tomas Oritz.

Dec 02, 2014

Observing, Evaluating, and Communicating Lead to Successful Livestock Judging

By Grace Parks, Sophomore

     On November 12, 2014, the Pawnee City FFA took 2 senior and 3 junior livestock judging teams to SCC in Beatrice to compete. The teams participated in the judging of 7 classes. Which included classes of market steers, breeding heifers, breeding does, market lambs, breeding gilts, market hogs, and cull/keep heifers.

Dec 02, 2014

Nora’s Lost Not Quite a Loss

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

     On Wednesday, November 19, the PC Play Production traveled to Friend to compete in the Pioneer Conference competition. The day was a success with the team placing first.

Nov 24, 2014

JH Boys BB Tournament at HTRS

Nov 22, 2014

The Freshmen WH class watches CNN Student News on Fridays, which is just a current events video. During the videos, they do a roll call which they announce the schools that are watching. PC was chosen today. The kids are pretty excited.

Nov 21, 2014

FFA Fruit Sales

The Pawnee FFA is having their annual fruit sales, if you would like to place an order download the order form and make your checks payable to Pawnee City FFA or contact Mark Bloss, FFA advisor.

Order Form

Nov 19, 2014

7th Grade Blue Man Group Trip

By Cathryn Hollands, Sophomore    

     On Saturday, October 25th the 7th graders attended the Blue Man Group performance at the Creighton Orpheum Theater. Mrs. Kristi Robison, has taken her 7th grade classes each year to performances for music class to give them new experiences.

Nov 19, 2014

Success in Kentucky

By Caetlen Gyhra, Junior

     This year was the first time Pawnee City FFA has been to Nationals for a competition. The Agronomy team had a lot of success with the team placing 9th overall in the nation. Hayden Meyer and Carly Hunzeker were awarded gold medals, and Brooke Bowhay and Clayton Branek were awarded silver medals. The Farm Business Management team, placing in the top half, received silver. Collin Moser, Shayla Wissler, and Colton Schaardt each were awarded individual silver medals.

Nov 17, 2014

A Night of Musical Talent

By Alexa Cline, Senior

    Of all the autumn festivities, Pawnee City’s fall concert is always one to stir the town’s residents from their homes-- gathering them all together to watch as the high school exhibit their talents in the art of music. Last Monday, October 27, the school’s showstoppers, chorus, and band all came together to perform for the masses in their own auditorium.

Nov 17, 2014

Cross Country Team Finishes Strong with Alex Menninga Going to State

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

    The cross country team competed in districts on October 16th. The team placed ninth out of 13 teams. Trevor Gyhra placed 52nd with the time of 22:45. Tyler Gyhra placed 49th with the time of 21:36. Alex Gyhra placed 45th with the time of 21:24. Jack McCulloch was unable to  finish due to health issues. Alex Menninga placed 10th with the time of 18:27, earning a spot in the state cross country meet, where he placed 39th out of 145 boys with a time of 18:32.

Nov 17, 2014


By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore  

     The theme for the girls volleyball team was WE > ME. The goals of the team were to put the team first and their individual selves second. One of highlights of the season was winning the Fall City tournament by beating the Diller Odell Griffins, who went on to win sub districts and districts. Another highlight of the 2014 volleyball season was beating Nebraska City Lourdes in sub districts after they beat us twice before.

Nov 17, 2014

Indians Football Season Concluded

By Lydia Gyhra, Sophomore
    The Indians finished their football season by playing in the first round of playoffs October 30th. Pawnee faced off against Guardian Angels Central Catholic. The Bluejays were ranked 5th in the playoff bracket. It was a long trip and a long night for the Indians. From the opening kick off the Bluejays dominated the Indians. The Indians were outscored 64-2 ending the 2014 football season.

Nov 06, 2014

Walsworth Yearbook Workshop

By Cathryn Hollands, Sophomore

     On September 16, 2014, Mrs. Moser’s yearbook staff went to the Walsworth Yearbook Workshop. This workshop was held at Mahoney State Park. The staff learned about how to create yearbooks. This workshop helped them with ideas, graphics, and page setups.

Oct 27, 2014

Dig Pink Volleyball Game

By McKenzie Goetsch

     On October 14th, the Lady Indians dedicated their game against NCL as the traditional “Dig Pink” game. The volleyball game is used to raise awareness for cancer. The Pawnee County Memorial Hospital set up an information booth to give out useful information on early detection and screenings.

Oct 27, 2014

A Homecoming in Review

By Alexa Cline, Senior

    Last week, Pawnee City High School put on a homecoming to remember and rallied the community together in celebration of the annual event. Unfortunately, just as all good things do, the festivities have drawn to an end, and all there is to do now is remember.
Tuesday kicked off the week with the annual pancake feed, sponsored by the Student Council and Pawnee Fireman.

Oct 27, 2014

The Seniors Pay Prison a Visit

By Alexa Cline, Senior

     Last Tuesday, October 7th, the Pawnee City High School senior class took a trip to visit the Tecumseh prison. The day was put together by English teacher Mrs. Meyers and intended to further the seniors’ knowledge of the prison system inside the U.S.

Oct 26, 2014

Pioneer Conference Volleyball Tournament Bracket

Oct 20, 2014

Fall City Varsity Volleyball Tournament Bracket

Oct 11, 2014

JV Volleyball Team Placed Fifth

by Grace Parks, Sophomore    

     On Monday October 6, 2014 the Pawnee City Indian JV/ Freshman Sophomore team placed 5th in the Falls City Tournament. They played three teams: Falls City Sacred Heart losing 2-0, Falls City Public beating them 2-1, and a team from Maryville Missouri beating them 2-1 as well. The games were played best 2 out of 3.

Oct 10, 2014

JH Volleyball Tournament at Fall City

Oct 07, 2014

Fall City JV Volleyball Tournament Bracket

Oct 06, 2014

PC Sweeps JCC in 3 Sets

By Megan Wenzl, Senior

    PC Lady Indians sweep the JCC Lady T-Birds in 3 sets on Thursday October 2 on the Indians home court.

Oct 04, 2014

Pawnee City Cross Country Team Places Second in the Rock Port Invite

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

    The team of Jack McCulloch, Alex Menninga, Tyler Gyhra, Alex Gyhra and Trevor Gyhra ran in the Rock Port Cross Country Invite on September 30th. The team placed second out of eight teams.

Oct 03, 2014

Pawnee City Football Update

By Lydia Gyhra, Sophomore
     The Indians have now played four football games and have a record of 1-3. They faced  the Diller Odell Griffins last friday night, September 26th. It was a tough game for the football team, with the Griffins winning their homecoming game 58-16.

Oct 02, 2014

Pawnee City JV Volleyball Tournament Bracket

Oct 01, 2014

JV Volleyball Earned Runner-Up at the Lewiston Tourney

By Sabre Menninga, Sophomore

     The Pawnee City JV Volleyball team placed second out of six teams at the the Lewiston Tournament. The tournament was held on Saturday, September 20, 2014.
The first game was against the Diller-Odell Griffins.

Oct 01, 2014

Let the Festivities Begin!! 

By Sarah Conroy, Junior

     Another year, another fun filled week of homecoming. Pawnee City High School’s annual spirit week is here! From September 29th through October 3rd, the halls of PCHS are going to be crowded with students and teachers showing off their school pride, so whip out those cameras because you won’t want to miss a thing. 

Sep 28, 2014

JH Volleyball Tournament at HTRS

Sep 24, 2014

School Improvement Survey


Lunch Survey

Sep 23, 2014

School Improvement Survey


Lunch Survey

Sep 23, 2014

Lewiston JV Volleyball Tournament Bracket

Sep 20, 2014

MUDECAS Volleyball Tournament Bracket

Sep 15, 2014

HTRS Volleyball Tournament Schedule

Sep 13, 2014

Indians Start Their Season Off Right

by Grace Parks, Sophomore 

   On September 5th the Pawnee City football team started their season against the Sterling Jets on the Jets’ home field. The boys were able to get things done by out scoring the Jets 30 to 22.

Sep 12, 2014

Pawnee Volleyball Starts Once Again!

By Lydia Gyhra, Sophomore

      The Lady Indians started off their volleyball season with the Freeman Invite. The tournament started September 4th and continued on the 6th. They finished 1-4 in the tournament, defeating the Sterling Jets 2-0, on the opening night.

Sep 09, 2014


If you missed the Senior Volleyball Players being interviewed by Big Apple Radio, check it out under the Media Gallery Tab.  They are helping increase awarness for Autism.  The team is also selling t-shirts, ordrs can be placed in the High School Office.

Sep 08, 2014

Freeman Invitational Volleyball Tournament Bracket


Aug 26, 2014

“What Not To Wear” at Pawnee City High School

by , Senior

    What does it really mean to be a member of student council? How does student council work in the school? Student council is the student government of the school, where students are able to voice their opinions, make changes, and improvements.

Feb 12, 2014

Friday Advisory Group

EducationQuest Link

Nov 14, 2013

Garrett Borcher signs with Doane College to play Football

Mar 21, 2012

Coiling . . . a different way to look at paper.

As the only member in my section of the Art 2/3 level class, Miss Tennal has given me the opportunity to explore whatever art projects I could possibly find. This semester while searching on the web, I came across a unique technique that looked like something fun to do. It’s a project that no one has done in class before.

Mar 19, 2012

Wrestling Season Has Come to an End

The season has finally come to end, the wrestling season that is. The 2011-2012 HTRS/Pawnee City wrestling team finished their season with a Dual record of 2-4 and the best tournament finish of 6th place in the Malcolm Clipper Invite.

Mar 15, 2012

Save a Life! Give Blood

What does it take to save a life? You can be a surgeon, an organ donor, an EMT, or you could be an ordinary high school student or community member and saving a life could mean giving one pint of blood. Giving blood is so easy and it only takes about an hour of your time, the time needed to save a life.

Mar 15, 2012

Learn to LEAD

With his charismatic attitude and a passion for leading, Aaron Davis taught many schools what being a leader meant. Playing at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, he knew first hand how one’s decisions could affect another. For many students, this message was easy to relate to, because he knew how we act and how easy it is to be pulled into the wrong crowd.

Mar 15, 2012

Lady Indian’s Basketball Wrap Up

Even though the Pawnee City Lady Indians finished the season 7 -17, they had one of the biggest achievements of the season, knocking off top ranked Fall City Sacred Heart in the Pioneer Conference tournament. The Lady Indians also won the HTRS Holiday Tournament giving them their first wins of the season.

Feb 21, 2012

iPad Winner at PCHS!

Feb 14, 2012

Patriot's Pen winners

Feb 13, 2012

Yearbooks for Sale!

Remember That One Time… when the PCHS football team went 8-0 in the regular season? Or how about the time when most of the student body at PCHS wore pink to support Breast-Cancer Awareness? And who could forget the time when the PCHS Play Production won districts? These and other great memories from the 2011 – 2012 school year will be featured in our upcoming yearbook.

Feb 07, 2012

You Are My Sunshine…

The Pawnee City Show Stoppers are once again selling their “Singing Valentines”. The group has been doing this fundraiser ever since the group was started. They go around the town of Pawnee City delivering bags of candy or flowers, depending on the preference of the buyer, and singing a love song to each individual.

Feb 06, 2012

You Can Be a Lifesaver By Learning CPR!

For several years Mr. Strong has had the 9th grade health class learn CPR. It’s a skill the students need to learn to save someone’s life. Brandon Willey and Heidi Hinrichsen are part of the Pawnee County Ambulance and EMT squad, and they volunteer their time to instruct the freshman on First Aid, and teach them how to do the basics of CPR. Brandon and Heidi show the students the proper ways of CPR.

Feb 02, 2012

Here are the correct answers for School Website Scavenger Hunt #2

RJ Hickey was the first to answer all questions correctly...congratulations..stop by to claim your prize.

Feb 01, 2012

Sitting in Style

Jan 27, 2012

Serious, OID, or Informative?

Speech is starting up once again this year and many of you may not know what each category involves when you visit a speech meet. In the Pawnee City School speech team, each member chooses his or her category that really fits what emotion or different emotions that they are best with.

Jan 24, 2012

You want me to get my cell phone out in class??

In some schools they do not allow cell phones in class, but at Pawnee City School the teachers are allowing us to use our phones in History class.

Jan 23, 2012

Honor Roll

Honor Rolls will be published at the conclusion of each nine-week grading period and at the conclusion of each semester.

Jan 12, 2012


It’s beginning to look A LOT like Christmas. Everywhere you go, there’s more than likely Christmas decorations up. Everyone is in the shopping malls and the internet store sites are running extremely slow. The 25th of December has seemed to creep up on everyone this year.

Dec 22, 2011

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

Almost every student here in Pawnee City is looking forward to the upcoming Christmas break! However, once Christmas break actually arrives, a majority of students won’t know< what to do with all of their free time.

Dec 21, 2011

Do You Hear What I Hear?

The Vespers program is the annual Christmas program at Pawnee City High School. It consists of performances from many different musical groups throughout elementary, Jr. High, and High School.

Dec 20, 2011

Project Response

Student Council is engaging in a few different projects for charity this year. One of the projects is called Project Response. Project Response Inc. is a non-profit crisis center that collects basic household items for people in need.

Dec 20, 2011

to everyone who donated coats, hats, etc. for the Student Council Coat drive.
We are also collecting items for Project Response, this is a non-profit crisis center that provides support and advocacy to victums of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other related issues.  The donated items serve people in Johnson, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, and Richardson counties.
The classes are competing to collect the most items.  To view a list of needed items dowload Wish List.

Dec 12, 2011

Starting a Successful Basketball Season!!

The boys are doing a great job this year. Their record right now is 4-0. They defeated Diller-Odell (50-22), Frankfort (44-36), Tri County (77-46), and Craig/Fairfax (82-18).

Dec 12, 2011

HTRS Holiday Tournament Schedule

Dec 08, 2011

How often do you check out the Pawnee City Webpage? Mrs. Moser's Journalism class has put together a Scavenger Hunt, and the first one to get all of the questions right will receive a prize. Go ahead and check it out and have fun!  

Scavenger Hunt Questions.

Dec 08, 2011

“Oh no! It’s over and I’m going to miss it.”

The Junior High Volleyball team’s 2011 season is now over. This year 24 girls participated. They were coached by Kristi Robison and Julie Pierce.

Dec 01, 2011

First “Zit” and Other Firsts

This year Play Production is about a series of vignettes all about “firsts.” The play is called “First in Line and Other Traumatic Life Experiences” by Rob Frankel. The cast experiences being first in line, having that first child, and that first crush.

Dec 01, 2011

“Down, Set, Hut!”

Our Pawnee City Junior High Football team’s season is finally over. What a great year they’ve had and very successful. They ended the season with an astonishing undefeated season with 4-0.

Dec 01, 2011

Thanksgiving Break

Many people celebrate Thanksgiving all over the world. It is most commonly celebrated in the United States and Canada. In the United States, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. However, it is celebrated on the second Monday in October in Canada. Thanksgiving break is full of traditions, fun activities to do, and little-known fun facts!

Nov 23, 2011

Eighth Grade - Class of 2016

“ In Memory of Millions”

Over the last few weeks the eighth graders at Pawnee City School have been studying the Holocaust in Literature class. The unit consisted of each student reading a novel based on this event.

Nov 11, 2011

I believe. We Believe.

I believe. I believe in Service. I believe in Leadership. I believe in Passion. I believe in the Future. I believe was the theme of the 84th annual National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana. Nearly 55,000 members and guest attend every year.

Nov 07, 2011

Karli Cabrera and Paige Freeman have once again been selected to sing the National Anthem at a Nebraska State Event.

Nov 01, 2011

“The Indians Keep on Rolling!”

The Pawnee City football team ended their regular season 8-0, clinching the district championship for the 3rd year in a row.

Nov 01, 2011

Pawnee FFA places 5th

Last Tuesday, the FFA land judging group traveled to Beatrice to participate in the District Land Judging Contest.

What is land judging? Land Judging is a FFA event where students evaluate certain areas of land and place those areas into Land Capability Classes.

Oct 31, 2011

Making Money and Pursuing Careers Through Work Release

Making money, pursuing careers, getting out of school. Upper classman get the opportunity to have work release. Juniors and seniors are the only classes that have the chance to leave school for their jobs.

Oct 21, 2011

Oh my! Why so much pink?!

On October 11, 2011, everyone was wearing pink for breast cancer awareness. Miss Tennal designed and sold pink volleyball shirts “Dig Pink”to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research.

Oct 19, 2011

Pawnee City Junior High vs. HTRS

On September 29, 2011, the Junior High football team played HTRS. HTRS has a physical and athletic football team this year and they fought hard starting at opening kickoff. Our boys were the first team to strike in the game with a 35-yard pass from Voy Pearson to Alex Menninga.

Oct 17, 2011

Pawnee City Junior High vs. Lewiston Junior High

The PC Junior High football team started the season off with a victory against Lewiston on Friday September 16. The final score was an amazing 38 to 0. They did great for their first game of the season.

Oct 17, 2011

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.”

Starting this year there is a new girls only fitness class. This class is taught by Tami Gaede. The overall goals of this class are to promote health and fitness to their everyday livings. Miss Gaede said that one of her goals is “to teach them how to continue on with physical fitness after they have left high school.”

Oct 14, 2011

Blessings In A Bag

13 million children live in households that experience hunger or the risk of hunger. This represents more than one in ten households in the US. This statistic caught the eye of city member Marie Glenn and the Ministerial Association when they realized that this hits close to home. Marie Glenn received a call from the Food Bank of Lincoln, asking if she could please sponsor this project called, Blessings in a Bag.

Oct 14, 2011

Sound The Horns!!

The Pawnee City High School Band traveled to Nebraska City on September 17th to perform in the AppleJack Parade. This is the seventh year under the direction of Anne Veleba that the band has traveled to this event.

Oct 14, 2011

Life Changing Story Influences High School Students?

On Wednesday, September 28, Keith Becker came to PCHS not only for an assembly during the day with the students, but also for a public assembly that evening at 7pm. The Todd Becker Foundation was created following the death of an 18 year old high school student, Todd Becker, in the spring of 2005..

Oct 13, 2011

Something new to be happy about…

“That looks like fun!”
That’s all I could hear the elementary students say when they first laid eyes on the new equipment. Jaliyah Compton stated, “I can’t wait to play with Macy on there!” She was so excited for the year to start so she could spend her recesses’ outside with her friends.

Oct 13, 2011

We are Thinking About College Already?

On Thursday, September 29, the junior class at Pawnee City School got an opportunity to visit UNO and Peru State College.
The first stop was to UNO, although this campus was further away from home and a lot bigger than Peru, it came with a lot of advantages. For instance, Omaha is a large city, and UNO is located in a good spot.

Oct 11, 2011

Robots are Cool Says First Lego League Robotics Participant

Pawnee City, Nebraska – October 6, 2011 – First Lego League veteran Laura Stalder says that studying robotics in school is cool.  Several area schools have partnered with UNL Extension in Pawnee County to offer students a class in robotics.

Oct 11, 2011

Walsworth Workshop

The journalism class traveled to the Mahoney State Park on Tuesday, September 20th to learn what making a yearbook is all about. This is where many schools learn how to create the best yearbook that showcases how their year was captured.

Oct 10, 2011

It’s Homecoming Time Again!

Pawnee City High School’s annual homecoming pep rally, football game, and dance will be held on Friday, October 7th. Each class is responsible for an activity during the week of homecoming.

Sep 30, 2011

What’s New With Stu-Co?

The 2011 Pawnee City Student Council is here to make Pawnee City High School a better environment. The student council will try their best to listen to any suggestions and/or concerns regarding students and the school.

Sep 19, 2011

Meals on Wheels

Last week I had the opportunity to do meals on wheels. At first I didn’t want to help at all I just thought it would be a waste of time, but then when I found out what it really was all about I enjoyed helping the ones in need.

Sep 15, 2011


Ms. Ebmeier decided to do something different with the sophomores this year while reading the book “Lord of the Flies.” She thought it would be a cool and fun idea to use facebook as a project.

Sep 14, 2011

Indians Dominates Meridian

Pawnee City football team dominates Meridian for their second win of the season. The Indians started the game out scoring twice out of 3 plays.

Sep 12, 2011

Swimming into the School Year!

The school year has started and to begin the year in a positive way, the Pawnee PAC (Prevention Action Coalition) hosted a back to school swimming party.

Sep 12, 2011

New Students Welcomed at PCHS

This year, along with every other year at PCHS we usually welcome a few new students into our school. In high school, we have 3 new students this year.

Sep 06, 2011

Life touch Pictures

Get ready to put your smiling faces on. It's the beginning of the year and you know what that means! It's school picture time.

Aug 31, 2011

A Healthy Body, Or Money In Your Pocket?

Pawnee City Schools have decided to change up lunch this year! They chose to use a new lunch program Taher Inc, which is based out of Minnesota. This new program is supposed to offer a healthier variety of lunch choices each day.

Aug 31, 2011

Friday Night Lights

Football season is finally here and the Pawnee City Indians started the season off with a 50 to 20 victory over Johnson Brock.

Aug 28, 2011

Classroom Supply List for JH and HS students

2011 - 2012

Aug 01, 2011

Worlds of Fun

"Rain or not, we are going to go and have a good time," stated class sponsor Mrs. Myers on the day before the eighth graders took their annual Worlds of Fun graduation outing.

Jun 01, 2011

Fine Arts Banquet Awards and Certificates

On May 9, the community and school came together to celebrate students’ hard work throughout the school year in the Art, Vocal, Band, Speech, and Drama activities. Many students won awards for their progressiveness in these activities. Following is a listing of awards that were given out throughout the night.

May 20, 2011

“Animales de Zoológico”

Cebras, cocodrilos, monos, peces, y los hipopótamos translates from Spanish to English to zebras, alligators, monkeys, fish and hippos. These are not the only animals that the senior clase de español tres (Spanish III class) saw, though.

Apr 27, 2011

3rd Grade Takes a Day Off to Visit the Circus

The third graders and their teacher Brooke Pralle got the opportunity to visit the Circus in Lincoln March 17. Not only did they get to watch the circus, but they also made a stop at the Children's Museum.

Mar 31, 2011

High School Quiz Bowl

Which state is home to the Presidential Library of Harry Truman? Why does cut fruit turn brown?

Mar 31, 2011

MUDECAS Music Contest

The Pawnee City Music Department headed over to Sterling on Tuesday, March 22 for the annual MUDECAS Music Contest where they performed in front of judges who rated them on a scale one-three (one being the best and three being the worst).

Mar 28, 2011

PCHS Goes to Honor Band!

Feb 04, 2011

Prom- Never to early to plan for the perfect prom entire!

Feb 04, 2011

Junior High Boys Basketball Wrap Up

Jan 25, 2011

FFA Rocked Annual Fruit Sales

Jan 24, 2011

Junior High Skates Their Night Away

Dec 22, 2010

One-Act Keeps the Tradition Going

Dec 20, 2010

Makeup, Costumes, and Pixie Sticks

Dec 08, 2010

Preparing for Their Futures

Dec 06, 2010

2010 Junior High Volleyball

Nov 19, 2010

2010 Junior High Football Season!

Nov 18, 2010

Betsy Spitser, Guidance Counselor

Nov 16, 2010

Students Connecting With The Community!

Nov 04, 2010

Checking Healthy Students!

Nov 04, 2010

Infinite Potential

Nov 03, 2010

Top Ten Costumes for Halloween 2010

Oct 27, 2010

Norwegian teens vs. American teens!!

Oct 22, 2010

Touring Their Futures

Oct 22, 2010

Yearbook Goes Online!

Oct 22, 2010

Judging Land May Lead to Ag Careers

Oct 14, 2010

BOO for Bucks!

Oct 14, 2010

History in a Glimpse

Oct 08, 2010

SCC Health Trip Helps PCHS Students Look At Their Future Careers

Oct 08, 2010

A Look at College Life

Haley Habegger, Junior

Oct 08, 2010

Playing As Leaves Fall!

Oct 08, 2010

Junior High Takes on Lewiston and HTRS.

Oct 07, 2010

Walsworth Trip!

Oct 05, 2010

¿Cuál es en español?(what's happening in Spanish)

Oct 04, 2010

Getting into Character!

Sep 28, 2010

Teaching New Researching Skills Is a Priority for Mrs. Gyhra

Sep 28, 2010

Mrs. Spitser focuses on the 3 G's; Grades, Graduation, and Goals

Sep 27, 2010

Marching in Step - Richardson County Fair

Sep 27, 2010

Jr. High Volleyball Update

Sep 27, 2010

Who knew Math could be so interesting.

Sep 20, 2010

Ag Madness!

Sep 20, 2010

Swinging to the Music

Sep 10, 2010

Elements Coming Together in Art Classes

Sep 10, 2010

The Showstoppers Are Busy This Year!

Sep 10, 2010

From Struggling to Striving

Sep 03, 2010

"Pulling for the FFA"

Sep 03, 2010

From Business to Books

Sep 03, 2010

From Half-way Across the World Pawnee City
Welcomes a New Foreign Exchange Student

Sep 01, 2010

New Teacher Welcomed at Pawnee City Schools

Aug 27, 2010

American History Podcasts

A project the 8th grade American History class completed during the first quarter this year was a pod cast discussing an event in American History that occurred before the Revolutionary War.

Nov 01, 2009

Cyberbullying and Sexting Have Greater Consequences Than Expected

By Alexa Cline, Senior and McKenzie Goetsch, Sophomore

     Being the first generation to grow up with technology at their disposal, the children of today are facing an entirely different set of challenges than anyone before them. Cyberbullying and sexting are only some of the technology issues that plague the world today.

Dec 31, 2001

Nate Gyhra Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Feb 25, 2016

Sarah Conroy’s Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Feb 16, 2016

Noah Brown”s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore 

Feb 14, 2016

Elijah Cline’s Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore 

Feb 10, 2016

Ted Gyhra’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Feb 09, 2016

Tessa Bestwick’s Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Feb 08, 2016

JP Schiffbauer’s Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Feb 08, 2016

Tyler Lannigan’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore 

Feb 05, 2016

Katelynn Klepper’s Senior Biography

By Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Feb 04, 2016

Tristen Kramer’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Feb 04, 2016

Jonathan Bruns’ Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Feb 04, 2016

Logan Lang’s Senior Biography

by Jade Parker, Sophomore 

Jan 26, 2016

Thomas Veleba’s Senior Biography

By Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Jan 25, 2016

Macey Gyhra’s Senior Biography

By Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Jan 20, 2016

Caetlen Gyhra’s Senior Biography

By Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Jan 19, 2016

Nick Zermeno’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Jan 13, 2016

Callista O’Donnell’s Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Jan 13, 2016

Alex Menninga’s Senior Biography

By Cassie Martin, Sophomore 

Jan 07, 2016

Synthea Snyder’s Senior Biography

By Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Jan 07, 2016

Remington Johnson’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Jan 05, 2016

Reese Fisher’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Jan 05, 2016

Taylor Voight’s Senior Biography

By Kyle Kaster, Sophomore

Jan 05, 2016

Summer Valdez’s Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Dec 18, 2015

Julia Schultheiss’ Senior Biography

By Jade Parker, Sophomore

Dec 18, 2015

Abby Mathewson’s Senior Biography

by Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Dec 17, 2015

Mikaila Engelken’s Senior Biography

by Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Dec 17, 2015

Cory Kettelhake’s Senior Biography

by Cassie Martin, Sophomore

Dec 17, 2015

Shelby Hundley's Senior Biography

Jan 20, 2015

Ian Osborne’s Senior Biography

Jan 20, 2015

Clayton Branek’s Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Dylan Walters’ Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Spencer Stephens' Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Jordan Barrs’ Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Jesse Blanchard’s Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Carly Hunzeker’s Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Kenneth Klepper's Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Cody Nightingale’s Senior Biography

Jan 16, 2015

Connor Freeman’s Senior Biography

Jan 12, 2015

Julie Graham's Senior Biography

Jan 12, 2015

Tyler Gyhra's Senior Biography

Jan 12, 2015

Marissa Myers' Senior Biography

Jan 12, 2015

Megan Wenzl’s Senior Biography

Jan 08, 2015

Cheney Cline’s Senior Biography

Jan 08, 2015

Alyssa Cline’s Senior Biography

Jan 08, 2015

Hayden Meyer’s Senior Biography

Jan 08, 2015

Jenna Habegger’s Senior Biography

Jan 07, 2015

Andrew Belding’s Senior Biography

Jan 07, 2015

Alexa Cline’s Senior Biography

Jan 07, 2015

Hannah Davis’s Senior Biography

Jan 07, 2015

Samantha Laue’s Senior Biography

Samantha “Sam” Laue is the daughter of Leland and Sonya Laue. She also has an older sister Tia who currently lives in Kansas City.

Jan 01, 2012

Ashlee Droge’s Senior Biography

Ashlee Droge is known for her artistic talents here at PCHS. She plans to attend Peru State College for Photography and Graphic Designing after she finishes up her senior year.

Jan 01, 2012

Blake’s Senior Biography

Blake Moser is your typical outdoorsman. He loves to hunt, fish, and participate in trap shooting. Blake also has a love for farming and milking his dairy cows. Another one of Blake’s interest is going to cattle auctions.

Dec 12, 2011

Cheyney Rohlmeier's Senior Biography

Cheyney Rohlmeier comes from a large family, she has 3 sisters, two step sisters, 3 brothers and is the daughter of Vann Rohlmeier and Amy Hanna-Klepper. “Family is very important to me,” Cheyney stated.

Dec 08, 2011

John James’ Senior Biography

John James is the son of Juanita and Larry James. He is the youngest of three kids, and has two older sisters, Charlotte and Christina.

Dec 08, 2011

Haley Habegger’s Senior Biography

Haley Habegger has enjoyed many activities in her years of high school. Many of them have been her trips to different state events, including state volleyball her freshman and sophomore years.

Dec 07, 2011

Michaela Park’s Senior Biography

In her years of high school, many of Michaela Park’s memories are of her participation in multiple sports. Other than basketball, volleyball, and track, she is also involved in student council, band, one-act, and speech.

Dec 07, 2011

Rachel Lee's Senior Biography

Rachel Lee came to Pawnee City a shy, quiet girl the summer before her Junior year. She eventually opened up once she got to know everybody. Rachel got involved in Speech competitions with the encouragement of her teacher Miss Ebmeier.

Dec 02, 2011

Janae Koester’s Senior Biography

Born and raised in Dubois, NE is a tall, skinny, redheaded girl, who’s always got a smile on her face. Whether it be playing her saxophone in band, boxing out down low in basketball, killing a volleyball by hitting or blocking with her long arms, or high jumping at the state track meet, a girl by the name of Janae Koester is well known here at Pawnee City High School.

Dec 01, 2011

Austin Nider’s Senior Biography

Every senior cherishes the memories they have made as they reflect on their years of school. One of Austin’s favorite elementary memories is playing flag football on the playground.

Dec 01, 2011

Garrett Borcher’s Senior Biography

All of Garrett’s hard work has finally paid off and he’s going to start a new chapter in his life. He plans on attending college, playing football somewhere, and wishes to major in Special Education and Physical Education.

Dec 01, 2011

Lexis Garner's Senior Biography

Born in Kettering Ohio, Lexie Garner has spent her childhood here in Pawnee City. Lexie and her mom, Kathy, moved here when Lexie was only five years old. They moved her because Lexie’s aunt, Sharon, lived here. To this day, Sharon is a big part in her life.

Nov 22, 2011

Dylan Stephens’ Senior Biography

Some of you may not know much about Dylan Stephens--other than the fact that he has silky soft hair. Dylan’s interests include hunting and fishing. He also loves track, trapshooting, and playing basketball--all of which he is involved in at school.

Nov 08, 2011

Jonathan Schilling's Senior Biography

Most kids perform better at school when they get a good night of sleep, such as Jon Schilling. However, his favorite memory from high school was a trip to a Lincoln IHOP with a couple of his friends at 3 am on a Wednesday night; when he didn’t get any sleep!

Nov 07, 2011

Nicole Wilken’s Senior Biography

Nicole Wilken is known for her amazing ability to draw anything and everything. Nicole’s plans after High school are to attend either Peru State College or Southeast Community College in Lincoln, to major in Early Childhood Education or Elementary Education.

Nov 03, 2011

Hadley Sejkora's Senior Biography

Hadley Sejkora is known for his amazing ability to run long distance in Cross Country and Track. He is involved in a lot of different activates in and out of school. Track, Cross Country, and Basketball are all the sports that participate in. He also enjoys competing in Math bowl and quiz bowl.

Nov 02, 2011

Erik Osborne’s Senior Biography

Erik Osborne, also known as Oz, lives with a pretty big family of six. He has two younger brothers Ian and Simon, and a baby sister Maddie. Jane and Glenn Osborne are his parents. Erik enjoys listening to any kind of music and playing every sport, but he has a passion for playing football. He is involved in many school activities but football, basketball and track are the main ones.

Nov 01, 2011

School Board

Jul 12, 2016

Upcoming Events
June 11-14 - Boys Basketball Camp
June 16 - Football Fundraiser
Aug 13 - Back-to-School Open Houses
Aug 14 - First Day of School
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Pawnee City Public Schools
729 E Street
Box 393
Pawnee City, NE 68420
High School PH: 402-852-2988
Elementary PH: 402-852-2411
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