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Job Opening: Maintenance/Transportation
 on May 23, 2019

Maintenance & Transportation Supervisor for the Hot Springs School District. CDL Required.  Salary DOE.  Benefits included.  Please contact Kevin Coles @ 605-745-4942 or 701-388-5958(C) or submit resume to hssd.k12.sd.us.
 

 
How to purchase a yearbook!
 on May 07, 2019

You can still purchase the Hot Springs 2018-19 Yearbook

  1. Please go to www.treering.com
  2. Hot Springs School passcode: 1014470998284621

The yearbook will be delivered to your home!

 
Athlete of the Week Sponsored by Hills Edge: Jared Stearns, Baseball
 on April 08, 2019

Athlete of the Week Sponsored by Hills Edge: Jared Stearns, Baseball
Congratulations Jared! 

Jared came off the bench to hit the game winning RBI single to defeat Todd County in extra innings!

Other nominees: Caden Shanklin, Track; Sydney Olstad, Golf




 
Open Teaching Positions Information
 on April 09, 2019

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

 

 

Multiple Position Openings:

Hot Springs School District is looking to fill the following positions for the 2019-2020 school year:

  • Elementary Teacher
  • Pre-School Teacher
  • Elementary Paraprofessional Aide
  • High School English Teacher
  • Middle School Special Education Teacher
  • Head Girls Basketball Coach & Other coaching advisors
  • Elementary Paraprofessional – Library Aide

Rate of pay DOE. If interested, please apply online at hssd.k12.sd.us under Employment Opportunities.

 

 
Job Opening: Substitute Bus Driver
 on January 07, 2019

Contact Mr. Coles, Superintendent at or call 701-388-5958 for more information.

 
STAND UP FOR SCHOOL SAFETY.  ANONYMOUSLY TEXT SAFE TO 82257  click here for more info
 on December 04, 2018

To report any suspicious behavior threats or violence, just anonymously text   SAFE  to  821257 Thank you for helping to keep our school safe!   Check out this story from Argus Leader: Stand Up for School Safety video demonstrates anonymous texting tip line Students and residents can anonymously report suspicious behavior and safety concerns to authorities through the Project Stand Up for School Safety tip line. https://www.argusleader.com/story/news/crime/2018/12/03/stand-up-school-safety-video-demonstrates-anonymous-...

 
Project Stand Up: Text to report illegal drug use
 on August 29, 2017

Project Stand Up is a coordinated effort among law enforcement officials and healthcare providers statewide to standup to illegal drug use in South Dakota. Texting a tip is simple- just text ‘drugs’ to 82257. The tipster will be asked a series of questions for additional information. The level of involvement lies with the citizen, while always remaining anonymous

 

 
ALICE Information, click here
 on January 08, 2018

ALICE: (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate), the New Standard of Care, this procedure is used in response to an intruder/active shooter. Historically, government agencies have recommended a lockdown-only approach that includes students hiding under desks or against walls. Some of these techniques originated during the cold-war as a method of protection from a nuclear threat. As ridiculous as this now seems, it was accepted in the era. Today, government agencies including the US Department of Education have spent considerable resources researching...

 
Do you want to be notified when there is an event.  Click Here:
 on August 29, 2018

Please note that all the games and events are now on the school website. Parents/staff can now view the schedules, rosters, coaches, etc.. They can also be notified by email and/or text by clicking the MORE EVENTS tab at the bottom of the home page. On the right lower corner is a NOTIFY ME tab they can click on and set up an account with options of how and the frequency of notifications.   Thank you,   Nancy Lamb Hot Springs HS/MS Activities Secretary Hot Springs School District 23-2 1747 Lincoln Avenue Hot Springs, SD ...

 
 
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