The conference cross country meet is Tuesday, October 4, at the Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center near Alda. The following information has been provided by the host school for spectators: To get to the course from the parking lot, follow the yellow line across two bridges and you will end up in a field that will contain the race course. After you exit the second bridge, you will be close to the start and finish area.
The red line indicates the 5K course. The loop in the southeast corner is a loop that does not crossover itself. It will be clearly marked on race day and race officials will be there to help the runners. The purple and blue lines are existing mowed trails that are not used for the races. Spectators and coaches may use these trails. We do ask that coaches and spectators stay clear of red running trails as runners are passing by. If spectators and coaches are looking for some off-roading to cheer on runners, running in the unmowed grass will be allowed. The Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center has asked that we respect the facility and the environment by picking up all trash after the meet and leave this natural prairie as we found it.
Before Friday night’s Homecoming game, beginning at 6:15 PM, the Gibbon Boosters will be hosting a Tailgate BBQ!
Burger or Brat meal with chips, drink and treat $4. Extra burger or brat $2
Join the Boosters as they continue to support our Gibbon students in many different activities! Thank you!
The ZuZu Acrobats from Kenya (Eastern Africa) performed for the elementary and high school students today. This was one of the many Homecoming activities this week.
Sixteen 5th-6th grade students worked very hard to submit auditions for Sing Around Nebraska Honor Choir. Gibbon had two of these students selected to this group of 130-135 students from around the state. Congratulations to Meagan Benker–5th grader and Sydney Elliott–6th grader. They will be traveling to Lincoln on November 4-5th.
The freshmen class fundraiser is underway! Students will be selling magazines, jewelry, and sports team tumblers until October 3rd. If you would like to support the Class of 2020 with this fundraiser, please see any freshman or Mrs. Reinertson, Mrs. Stroh, or Mrs. Tracy. You may also shop online. Go to www.gaschoolstore.com and use our School ID: 1028877 to place your order.
The Lou-Platte Conference Cross Country Meet will be held on Tuesday, October 4, and hosted by Doniphan-Trumbull at the Crane Trust Nature and Visitor Center. The varsity girls will run at 5:00, varsity boys at 5:30, and junior varsity boys/girls together at 6:00 pm. For additional information, as well as the address to the course, click on this link — LPC Cross Country.
Homecoming Week is September 26 – September 30. Decorating will be Sunday at 3:30 pm. Anyone wanting to help should let Mrs. Neubauer or Mrs. Stark know. Additional Homecoming events/activities are as follows:
Dress Up Days:
Monday – Music Day (yes, you may wear camo or American); Tuesday – Formal Day; Wednesday – Class Color Day; Thursday – Throwback Day; Friday – Spirit Retro Day
Seniors – Black; Juniors – White; Sophomores – Pink; Freshmen – Gray; 8th Grade – Red; 7th Grade – Orange
Wednesday Afternoon Events:
2:00 – 2:25 Power Buff Volleyball (senior boys vs junior boys)
2:30 – 3:00 Olympic Games and Tug of War
3:00 – 3:25 Powder Puff Football (senior girls vs junior girls)
Friday Night Coronation:
Coronation will take place this year following the game at the football field.
Queen candidates are: Jacqueline Avina, Noemi Escandon, Amanda Hendrickson
King candidates are: Jose Loza, Jose Murillo, Devin Stroh
Saturday Night Dance:
The dance will be in the elementary gym from 9:00 – midnight. Music is provided by Complete Music.
There will be a Royalty dance and a decorated setting for pictures.
Broken Bow will be live-streaming the volleyball game tonight, Thursday, versus the Gibbon Buffs beginning at 5:00. The host school has provided the following link for those interested in watching: Broken Bow Triangular.
Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade students selected for “Singing Youth of Nebraska”. They will be traveling to Hastings on Saturday, January 21, to get together with other students from around the state. Gibbon students selected were: Zoe Anderson, Jace Bombeck, Kelsey Choplin, Laynie Earll, Tristan Fisher, Levi Gillming, Grace Kennedy, Kaleb Pickel, Eric Rodriguez, Delaney Tracy, Mitchell Sell and Samantha Wilhelm.
Tuesday (9/20/2016) we will begin MAPS testing in the 7th-11th Grades.
7th-11th grade students are to report to their 4th period class first thing that morning with a fully charged iPad and a book to read!
SENIORS – Report to the Auditorium!
Gibbon Public Schools is currently seeking additional K-12 substitute teachers. The daily rate is $119.20 (hourly rate is $14.90). We currently use AESOP for our automated system. Interested candidates may call 308-468-5721 or stop by school for additional information. We are located at 1030 Court Street; Gibbon, NE 68840; These positions are subject to the Veterans’ Preference Law. EOE
The Gibbon vs St. Paul football game will be broadcast on KKPR Classic Hits 98.9 FM on Friday, Sept. 16. It can also be heard online at PlatteRiverPreps.com. Pregame is at 6:30 pm with Kickoff at 7:00 pm.
The Gibbon Public Schools is seeking interested individuals for the following extra-curricular duty assignments for the 2016-17 school: assistant varsity girls’ basketball and junior varsity girls’ basketball. Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest that includes previous experience to Gibbon Public Schools c/o Superintendent Larry Witt. Questions may be directed to Larry Witt at 468-6555. These positions are subject to the Veterans’ Preference Law. EOE.