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Our mission is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a diverse society.

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School News at a Glance 
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Garden County School Song
Cheer Cheer for Garden County High,
Wake up the echoes don't let them die.
Send our cheers both far and wide,
We've got the best players on our side.
We're never down, we never say die
Send our colors way up on high
As our loyal team goes marching
Onward to Victory!

MAC Track has been postponed to Monday, May 1st.


The MAC Golf Meet along with the Garden Co Golf Invite will be held Monday May 1st beginning at 9:00 am.

What makes Garden County great!?!

What makes Garden County great is the endless love and support from the community members. Starting out as a new teacher is terrifying and daunting, even if your originally from the community, but everyone has made it so easy to adjust. The staff at GCS has done so much to make sure that I'm doing alright and going out of their way to help and advise me. I feel honored to work here with some of the best teachers and support staff. _________________________________________________

The GCE Parent Volunteer Group did it again!!! Last Thursday afternoon, ten parents gathered to provide a fun-filled Easter celebration for PK-5th graders in the gym! Special thanks go out to Shelli Peterson, Nicole Anderson, Brianna Robertson, Candice Ardissono, Nicole Loomis, Daisy Cano, Jessica Leonard, Jenna Ross, Lacey Lobner, and Shandra Cooper! Several high school students helped out with the fun! Students really enjoyed their afternoon before Easter break! Thank you to all who helped make this possible.
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Shrek's Outhouse by Austin Dormann (freshman). Austin is the son of Chad and Michelle Dormann.
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GCHS Students Compete at Mid-Plains Scholastic Contest

Early March 29th, Garden County High School students traveled to North Platte to compete in the annual Mid-Plains Community College Inter-high Scholastic Contest and Tech-Skills Day. MPCC contest hosted several area schools from surrounding areas, and several GCHS students placed in the top 10. They were: Aaron Wheeler placed 1st in Word Processing and Tate Coss placed 9th. Peyton Stanczyk, took 2nd place in Physics/Engineering and 4th in Math; Bailey Miller placed 3rd in Grammar/ Composition and 5th in Literary Analysis; Brexton Robertson, 8th in Personal Finance; Megan Dormann 10th in Chemistry; . Other students who participated were Mason Zorn, Ariela Collazo, Nick Koppman, Kayleen Sullivan, and Alissa Miller. The Tech-Skills day tests students in the areas of auto and diesel mechanics, autobody, electrical, HVAC, welding, and building construction. Blake McCormick, Noah Lake, Connor McCord, and Wyatt Santero all participated in these tests and hands-on activities.  
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Chadron State College Scholastic Contest Results
GCHS was one of 43 schools that attended the annual Chadron State College Scholastic contest on April 7th, 2017. The following students were nominated by their teachers to represent GCHS: Kaylee Bell, Ozzy Cano, Drake Carmack, Ariela Collazo, Nick Koppman, Cole Kramer, Noah Lake, Josh Mason, Connor McCord, Blake McCormick, Taylor McKay, Bailey Miller, Isaiah Neis, Owen Rogers, Mark Schwartz, Autumn Smith, Josh Wheeler, Aaron Wheeler, Drake Yates, Mason Zorn, Alex VanWey, Reid Spady, Reggie Deaver, and Zoe Godoy. Some noteworthy competitors were Cole Kramer who placed 10th in Business Law, and Josh Mason who placed 4th in Nebraska History. Our biggest winners of the day went to our Eagle Cook-off Team: Mason Zorn, Reid Spady and Isaiah Neis who got 1st place. The team of chefs was challenged to make a breakfast that would be quick and easy for a student living in a dorm room. They created a winning breakfast sandwich made of toast, sausage, egg and cheese, and even incorporated the mystery ingredient – miso paste – that won the judges votes. As a result of winning, our senior competitor, Mason Zorn, will receive the Scholastic Achievement Award that will cover full tuition for his first year of school. That’s a pretty good sandwich! Great work to the team and all of our students who competed that day.

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Daily Bulletin
Posted on 04/26/2017
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Nebraska Rural Electric Association Leadership Camp Information
Posted on 04/25/2017
The Nebraska Rural Electric Association offers a Youth Energy Leadership Camp every year at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp in Halsey, Nebraska. This is an excellent camp and provides great leadership and team building activities.   more
National Volunteer Week! 4.24.2017
Posted on 04/24/2017
National Volunteer Week is a time to shine a light on the people and causes that inspire us to serve. It provides an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time, talent, voice, and support to causes they care about in their community.   more
Athlete of the Week!
Posted on 04/24/2017
Athlete Of the Week Aaron Wheeler and Lucky Soaring Eagle Ticket Winner Kasey Karp   more
Garden County – Week of the Young Child – April 24-29, 2017
Posted on 04/24/2017
The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration hosted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), celebrating early learning, young children, their teachers, and families.   more
Lunch and Breakfast Menu
Posted on 04/13/2017
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Kayleen Sullivan Headed to Girls State
Posted on 04/13/2017
Kayleen Sullivan of Oshkosh has been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Cornhusker Girls State. Kayleen was selected based on a personal interview process by Ed Cain #309 American Legion Auxiliary. Kayleen will study local, county, and state government processes in this nonpartisan political learning experience. Every spring, the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program provides approximately 25,000 young women with a hands-on educational opportunity designed to instruct tomorrow’s leaders in the privileges and duties of responsible citizenship.  more
Bailey Miller to Attend Girls State
Posted on 04/13/2017
Bailey Miller of Oshkosh has been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Cornhusker Girls State. Miller was selected based on interviews through the Oshkosh Auxiliary. Miller will study local, county, and state government processes in this nonpartisan political learning experience. Every spring, the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program provides approximately 25,000 young women with a hands-on educational opportunity designed to instruct tomorrow’s leaders in the privileges and duties of responsible citizenship. Her sponsors include the Mason’s Oshkosh Lodge Number 286, Oshkosh Order of the Eastern Star, and the American Legion Auxiliary-Oshkosh #210.  more
Girls JH Track Reached New PR Scores with Steeper Competition and Better Weather By Kathryn Beberniss
Posted on 04/13/2017
Tuesday April 11th brought perfect track weather at Grant, Nebraska. Elated with a gentle breeze and tolerable temperatures, the girls running the 400M relay were pumped to cut off four seconds from last week's time clocking in a 1:00.08 time. Kaitlyn Hunt started off the blocks as the starter gun shot and then handed off smoothly to Kaylee Leach, who pedaled up fast on Kamry Kramer. Once the baton was in Kramer's hand, she was striding and gaining on the competition, which left the anchor work to Maddie Lake who finished a strong fourth place finish against experienced competition.  more
Peyton Stanczyk Headed to Boys’ State
Posted on 04/12/2017
The American Legion Post 210 is pleased to announce that Peyton Stanczyk of Oshkosh was generously sponsored by the Oshkosh Lions Club and will join nearly 400 other high school juniors from across Nebraska participating in the American Legion Cornhusker Boys’ State, June 4 – 10, 2017, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln downtown campus. The annual citizenship program, sponsored by the Nebraska American Legion, is designed to provide youths with a better understanding of how city, county and state governments operate.  more
Garden County JH Girls Track Compete Well in Banner County By Kathryn Beberniss
Posted on 04/10/2017
Driving to Harrisburg Tuesday morning, the weather was not looking too promising for a track meet. In fact, the temperature dropped from 44 degrees when we left Oshkosh at 7 am down to remain in the 30's for the rest of the day. The girls endured rain, wind, and even moments of snow. However, the weather did not stop them from taking home three first place finishes.   more
Rural Electric Youth Workshop
Posted on 04/07/2017
From June 9 until June 15 of 2017, Alex Van Wey, the grandson of Tish Reimer of Lewellen, Nebraska, will be attending a Rural Electric Youth workshop in Washington, D.C. The opportunity was open to all youth in high school who lived in Nebraska with preference being given to students whose parents/guardians have an account with a Rural Electric company.   more
3rd Quarter Honor Roll
Posted on 03/30/2017
Congratulations to our 3rd quarter honor roll recipients!  more
FFA
Posted on 03/28/2017
The Garden County FFA has had a very successful year and are looking forward to attending the Nebraska State FFA Convention. Fifteen students will be representing Garden County FFA at the state convention. These are listed below:  more
Stuco Field Trip
Posted on 03/23/2017
Recently the Garden County High School Student Council was fortunate enough to take a field trip and explore western Nebraska's past. We started off the day with a stop at the Mari Sandoz Heritage Center at Chadron State College. This museum is dedicated to preserving the work of Nebraska author Mari Sandoz in addition to showcasing the region's rich ranching background. Our STUCO learned about how Mari Sandoz taught the world about western Nebraska, and how she worked her way to become a well renowned author across the nation. They learned about the different titles that related specifically to western Nebraska and each were given a complimentary packet of short stories written by Mari. Once the Sandoz part of the museum was complete our tour moved to the basement of the museum where students learned about the foundations of ranching in these lands. The museum had a variety of artifacts from the time including saddles, tack, and gear used by some of the first cattlemen of the area. They also learned about the importance of ranching to promote American settlement of the region.  more
GCHS Speech Team Attends Their District Competition in Paxton By Kathryn Beberniss
Posted on 03/14/2017
Monday morning the Garden County Speech team jumped in the school van and traveled to Paxton to compete in a full meet of nine D1-6 teams which included: Paxton, Wallace, Mullen, Cody-Kilgore, Creek Valley, Garden County, Minatare, Hitchcock County, and Crawford. The team was able to pull off a sixth place finish. Individually, Peyton Stanczyk, a junior, won second place in the extemporaneous speaking category, earning a trip to state. Kaylee Bell, a sophomore, also made it to the final round in her humorous prose program and earned a sixth place medal.  more
Lions Club
Posted on 02/27/2017
This is a leadership camp designed for middle school aged adolescents to build a variety of skills to benefit them in the future. The Nebraska Lions Youth Leadership Camp will be held on June 10-12 at Camp Halsey and is open to all incoming 6-8 graders (during the 2016-2017 school year.)  more
Children's Book Animations
Posted on 02/27/2017
Children's Book Animations  more
2016 Annual Report for Garden County Schools
Posted on 01/17/2017
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2016 Garden County Perceptual Surveys
Posted on 11/11/2016
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Pricing for Large Prints on Vinyl, PVC, Photo Paper and Bright White
Posted on 09/05/2016
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ESU 13 Migrant Education News
Posted on 08/24/2016
https://www.smore.com/bb5b1-esu-13-migrant-education-news?ref=email  more
Providers for Families Caring for Someone With a Disability
Posted on 03/14/2016
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Tumble Books Library
Posted on 03/05/2015
Garden County schools has purchased an account with Tumble Books. Students can read and listen to talking books from anywhere as long as they have an internet connection.   more
Garden County Schools High School Cube Channel
Posted on 01/07/2015
Watch videos of past programs and events at Garden County Schools.  more
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It is the policy of Garden County Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, religion, marital status, age or national origin in its education programs, administration, policies, employment or other district programs.   more
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