Welcome to Garden County Schools

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.

We are “Committed to Excellence”, and we work hard to make the site a primary source for timely information for all users, and a main gateway for improved communication between parents,Design teachers, students and other members of our community.

School News at a Glance 

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!

If you are interested in doing the 5k or TeamMates' walk on Friday please tell Pam in the office. We need to know about our students, as well. You will need to specify if you want to do the 5k or the Teammates on the track (there is not time for both). If students decide they want to do either, they will participate the full distance or do the one hour walk time on the track for TeamMates.  Students with mentors need to let the office know if they want to participate with their mentor. The 5k and walk will begin at 2 PM (TeamMates on the track; 5k in the concession stand lobby). 
We have a lot of staff gone on Friday, so it will make a big difference as to how we provide supervision and modify the schedule. It is a walk this year, no bikes, so that also will impact students' choice. There is a regular dismissal from GCE, unless parents are at the high school to sign out their child. Following the walks, there will be water and fruit as a refreshment.

Garden County 4-H Council and Livestock Committees are interested in offering some new programs to the youth in Garden County.  In order to collect some information on the need/desire of two programs (Shooting Sports and Catch-An-Animal), we are sending out surveys. Below you will find the link for a youth survey and an adult survey.  It is open to all community members with children ages 5-18 to take.  We ask that each parent and youth only take once. If you have any questions about the programs, please call the office at 308-772-3311 

Youth - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5FZXGMM 

Adult - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KXM2LWN

All children in the Garden County School District who will reach the age of five by July 31st, 2016  are eligible to enter Kindergarten in the fall. 
You will need to bring your child's birth certificate, social security number, phone number, and current mailing address. A physical examination, vision screening and immunization form MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE YOU CHILD MAY ENTER SCHOOL NEXT FALL.
Please call the school at 308-772-3336 if you have any questions.
BoxTops for Education!
Garden County Elementary is collecting BoxTops for Education! We have a special boxtop monster ready to gobble them up at the elementary site! Don't forget to clip them and save them, then drop them off!!! If you are unable to drop them off, just notify our elementary school (308-772-3336
) and we will pick them up! The proceeds from saving these go toward extras the students might need during the school year.
Educational Insights 5.2.16
Posted on 05/02/2016
"If you plan for a year, plant a seed. If for ten years, plant a tree. If for a hundred years, teach the people. When you sow a seed once, you will reap a single harvest. When you teach the people, you will reap a hundred harvests." ~Kuan Chung  more
Artist of the Week!
Posted on 05/02/2016
Acrylic Self Portrait Painting by Kaylee Bell (freshman). Kaylee is the daughter of Tom & Jesse Williams and Jared & Jaime Bell. This piece of art is on display at the Garden County Court House.   more
GCHS Athlete of the Week: Tate Coss and Ty Coss Soaring Eagle Ticket Winner
Posted on 05/02/2016
GCHS Athlete of the Week: Tate Coss and Ty Soaring Eagle Ticket Winner  more
Athlete of the week: Brexton Roberts and Soaring Ticket Winner Dom Boppree
Posted on 05/02/2016
Athlete of the week: Brexton Roberts and Soaring Ticket Winner Dom Boppree  more
Garden County Academic Awards
Posted on 05/02/2016
Garden County Academic Awards 2016  more
Garden County Athlete of the Week: Megan Dormann and Soaring Ticket Winner Aliyah Leopold
Posted on 05/02/2016
What position/event/weight class are you in your current sport? I am currently in long jump, and I am also running the open 100 and 400 meter relay.   more
Garden County Schools' 2016 Board Goals
Posted on 04/25/2016
Special education teacher takes students to Spring Game
Posted on 04/18/2016
Anyone who noticed the Wright brothers at the Nebraska Spring Game could tell they’re a handful. Parker Wright is 9. Trayce Wright is 8. They love football and live in Oshkosh. Their mother Tracy Rotter is a big Iowa fan, but the boys pushed their allegiance aside for one day to go to the Husker game.  more
State FFA Result
Posted on 04/18/2016
Theresa Barnhart and Mikayla Wiant both received their State Degrees.  more
GCHS Students Compete at Mid-Plains Scholastic Contest
Posted on 04/05/2016
Garden County High School students traveled to North Platte on March 16th to compete in the Mid-Plains Community College Inter-high Scholastic Contest and Tech-Skills Day. Students are nominated by their teachers to compete in the different test areas, and it is an honor to be chosen to attend. The MPCC contest hosted several area schools from surrounding areas, and several GCHS students placed in the top 10. They were: Peyton Stanczyk, 5th in Information Technology and 5th in Physics & Engineering; Brexton Robertson, 6th in Biological Science; McLane Beck, 6th in Literary Analysis; Courtney Stegman, 8th in Chemistry and 8th in Personal Finance. Other students who participated were Mathew McCarthy, Mason Zorn, Elliot Epp, Reggie Deaver, and Memorie Richards. The Tech-Skills day tests students in the areas of auto and diesel mechanics, autobody, electrical, HVAC, welding, and building construction. Brady Tophoj placed 3rd in Autobody and received a 3 hour tuition waiver and a tool set for his efforts. Other participants in the Tech-day were Nic Koppman, Noah Lake, Blake McCormick, David Young, Jeremy Hart, Drake Yates, and Chandler McCord.  more
Chadron State College Scholastic Contest Results
Posted on 04/05/2016
GCHS students left early Friday, April 1st to compete in the annual Chadron State College High School Scholastic Contest. It was reported that 46 schools from Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming brought 1500 students to the CSC campus to compete that day.  more
Garden County Cornhusker Girls State Representatives Chosen
Posted on 04/04/2016
Megan Dormann and Memorie Richards have been chosen as representatives for the 2016 Cornhusker Girls State in Lincoln this June. The event, organized by the American Legion Auxiliary, accepts 395 girls from Nebraska high schools to teach them about city, county and state government.   more
Third 9 Weeks Honor Roll Recipients
Posted on 03/29/2016
Third 9 Weeks Honor Roll Recipients  more
Daily Bulletin
Posted on 03/21/2016
Migrant Education News
Posted on 03/21/2016
Providers for Families Caring for Someone With a Disability
Posted on 03/14/2016
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
Posted on 11/01/2015
Deuel and Garden County Sixpence
Posted on 10/26/2015
For more information see the flyer or contact Rachel Sissel at 308-778-5548.  more
When the Bus Stop Sign is Out – You Must STOP By Kelly Reece
Posted on 09/28/2015
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
2014 Annual Report
Posted on 01/09/2015
Garden County Schools High School Cube Channel
Posted on 01/07/2015
Watch videos of past programs and events at Garden County Schools.  more
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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