What's New
Posted on 03/02/2015
Children who eat breakfast at school start the day more prepared to learn, reflected in higher test scores, and exhibited better classroom behavior. The 2015 National School Breakfast Week theme, “Make the Grade with School Breakfast” reminds everyone in the school community – parents, students, administrators – that a healthy school breakfast sets students up for a day of increased learning and academic success.   more
GCHS Students Compete at Mid-Plains Scholastic Contest
Posted on 02/26/2015
Garden County High School students traveled to North Platte on February 18th to compete in the Mid-Plains Community College Inter-high Scholastic Contest. The contest hosted 28 schools from the surrounding areas, and several students placed in the top 10. They were: McLane Beck, 6th in Literary Analysis; Dustin Bleidt, 6th in Information Technology; Theresa Barnhart 6th and Emily Harms 8th in Business Communications; Brittany Koppman 10th in Grammar and Composition; Noah Lake 10th in Intro to Business, and Peyton Stanczyk 6th in Mathematics. Other competitors that day were Carla Severance, Cassie Colabello, Logan Douglas, Nick Koppman, Courtney Leach, Mathew McCarthy, Blake McCormick, Brexton Robertson, Ryan Smith, Courtney Stegman, and Mikayla Wiant. Students are nominated by their teachers to compete in the different test areas, and it is an honor to be chosen to attend.   more
Brittany Koppman and Trissa Turner chosen for BHECN Ambassador Program
Posted on 02/26/2015
Brittany Koppman and Trissa Turner, seniors at GCHS, have been selected to participate in the 3rd annual BHECN (Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska) Ambassador’s Program. The program introduces rural students statewide to behavioral health careers. It recruits and mentors students from high school to
college through professional school and into practice as behavioral health professionals. It also focuses on strengthening the behavioral health workforce in rural Nebraska. Brittany and Trissa will be able to network with several other students from across the state to learn more about several areas of behavioral and mental health careers.   more
Just What Are Garden County Freshman Doing?
Posted on 02/25/2015
Teenagers learn to make a difference by taking action in their own community. Please save the date on your calendars to see just what these 18 young people have been busy organizing. March 19th at the High School library from 6:30-7:30 p.m., the students will be presenting a creative display on posters or through digital means: photos/video of the planning, action and results of the social action project; a brief description touching the what, the how, and the lessons learned; as well as some research to support the rationale behind their projects. The freshman’s hard work over this past month will be recognized, so please walk up the stairs to the library above the high school office and be prepared to be impressed. By Katherine Beberniss  more
Lunch Menu
Posted on 02/23/2015
Weekly Athletic Schedule
Posted on 02/23/2015
National FFA Week
Posted on 02/20/2015
It's time for some fun with National FFA Week next week. You do not have to be a member of FFA to be involved in our activities. It is just a time for National FFA to celebrate the many accomplishments in our organization over the past 87 years!!  more
Table Talk
Posted on 02/19/2015
Miss Olson's Students Living History Projects
Posted on 02/19/2015
Oral history project videos.   more
A computer for every child in school can change everything Educating "digital natives" for the challenges of a diverse society
Posted on 02/12/2015
The future of education is discussed and debated ad infinitum in countless journals and blogs. I had an opportunity to discover the school of the future last week on one of my photography adventures. This school system has literally made computers and tablets available for every student K-12. Every classroom is equipped with an ActivBoard, an electronic whiteboard designed to deliver and record instruction. The most amazing part of this school's educational innovation is not the technology or devices – it is how educators have orchestrated the use of technology to enable both the students and the community to learn how to learn what is required to adapt a diverse digital world. So, where is this amazing school of the future … New York City, Cupertino, Seattle? The answer may surprise you.   more
Garden County High School Prom
Posted on 01/29/2015
Garden County Elementary is in search for Box Tops and Labels for Education to feed our little monster!
Posted on 01/23/2015
Stop Motion Videos (Miss Olson's Photography Class)
Posted on 01/20/2015
Miss Olson's photography class took photos and merged them together to make stop motion videos.   more
2014 Annual Report
Posted on 01/09/2015
Board Retreat
Posted on 01/07/2015
The Garden County School Board held its annual planning retreat on Monday, January 5, 2015! This meeting includes board members, administration, teachers, support staff, and students working together to reflect on the past year, review student achievement data and goal progress, and discuss new goals. This retreat frames the work of the district for the next calendar year.  more
Garden County Coordinated School Health
Posted on 11/21/2014
Garden County Coordinated School Health works to bring together community organizations and members to promote health in our local schools. Volunteers of America – Western Nebraska is one important local partner with a health promotion mission. Cheri Farris, RYT- 500 is the Community Health Educator with VOA-WN and involved in Garden County Coordinated School Health Council.   more
Daily Bulletin
Posted on 09/15/2014
2014-2015 Complete Sports Calendar
Posted on 09/01/2014
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Garden County School's High School Cube Video Channel!
Posted on 08/12/2014
Watch games, programs and graduation live on our school channel! Click on more!  more
School Time Schedules
Posted on 08/12/2014
Time Schedules Garden County   more
Transportation Schedule
Posted on 08/12/2014
Transportation Schedule • 7:15 AM: Bus departs Lisco and Lewellen for Oshkosh sites • 3:45 PM: Bus departs Oshkosh sites for Lisco and Lewellen  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