The Gibbon FCCLA & FBLA presented checks for a total of over $1,800 to the American Cancer Society earlier this week. The money was raised from the Scrappin’ with Friends Scrapbook retreat, the PINK OUT t-shirt & sock sales, and from a cake raffle. We appreciated all of the support our community gave to these projects.
The annual Scholastic Book Fair is next week, April 4 – 7. Thank you for supporting this event as all purchases benefit our school. It will be set up in the elementary gym and open for purchasing on the following days and times:
Tuesday, April 4, 3:30-6:00 pm
Wednesday, April 5, 3:30-6:00 pm
Thursday, April 6, 3:30-7:00 pm
Friday, April 7, 1:00-3:00 pm
The Gibbon Public Schools is accepting applications for a full-time 7-12 Guidance Counselor for the 2017-2018 school year. Coaching/Extra-Curricular positions are anticipated in the following areas: varsity assistant football coach, junior high boys basketball coach and one act play. Click on the Employment Tab at the top of this page for additional information. This position is subject to the Veterans Preference Law. EOE.
Gibbon was the champion of the Lou-Platte Conference Art Competition held on Saturday, March 18, in Centura. Out of 25 pieces submitted 21 placed. Congratulations to the following award winners: Kelly Tovar – 3rd in Pencil Portraits and 2nd in Mixed Media; Priscila Gutierrez – 1st in Computer Generated Special Projects; Mauricio Martinez – 4th in Computer Generated Special Projects, 6th in Colored Drawing and 1st in Black and White; Shelby Davis – 2nd in Black and White; Zach Ewoldt – 4th in Scratch Art; Ruby Guzman – 1st in Acrylic Painting; Alia Dale – 6th in Acrylic Painting; Macey Stall – 4th in Watercolor; Samantha Mercer – 1st in Watercolor, 1st in Printmaking, 4th in Fibers, and 2nd in Sculpture; Ellie Snell – 5th in sculpture; Faith Yockey – 6th in Functional Clay; Tyric Beattie – 4th in Pencil Portraits; Nia Thompson – 6th in Pencil Drawing; Maliyah Rivera – 6th in Colored Pastel. Great job representing Gibbon!
Three more scholarships have been added to the scholarship list for graduating seniors that are all due in mid April. The Ray Ozanne Jr. Memorial Scholarship, the Gibbon Education Association Scholarship, and the Dale E. Wrede Memorial Scholarship are available to download under the Students Tab at the top of this page.
Gibbon Public Schools is seeking a high school paraprofessional educator for employment the remainder of the 2016-17 school year. Continued employment in 2017-18 is likely. Interested candidates should contact Gibbon Public Schools; 1030 Court Street; PO Box 790; Gibbon, NE 68840; telephone 308-468-5751 or download an application located under the Employment tab at the top of this page. Position open until filled. The position is subject to the Veterans’ Preference Law. EOE.
Congratulations to the following boys and girls basketball players for their Lou-Platte Conference recognition honors: Devin Stroh, 2nd Team All Conference; Franny Lopez, Honorable Mention; Collin Niemack, Honorable Mention; Ellie Snell, 2nd Team All Conference; and Miranda Smith, Honorable Mention.
Education Quest will be holding a College Fair at the Grand Island Pinnacle Bank Expo Center on Sunday, March 26th, from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. for all 9th through 12th graders. If you would like to attend, you need to register online — please see Ms. Neubauer for details. This is an excellent opportunity for juniors especially to talk to several colleges and begin making plans for visits to the campuses.
The Gibbon Public Schools is accepting applications for the following full-time positions for the 2017-2018 school year: K-12 Vocal Teacher and 7-12 Physical Education Teacher. Coaching/Extra-Curricular positions are anticipated in the following areas: varsity assistant football coach, junior high boys basketball coach, one act play, and musical production. Click on the link for additional information and the application process for these 2017-2018 teaching positions. These positions are subject to the Veterans’ Preference Law. EOE.