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January 19th Girls Boys basketball games vs Cross County at Home. Girls game starts at 6:15 Boys game starts at 8.

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Parent Teacher Conferences will take place on Tuesday, January 31st. There will be NO SCHOOL for students K-6. Teachers will be contacting parents to arrange a time to come in. School will be dismissed at 1:30 for students in grade 7-12 with conferences from 4-7 p.m.

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Students

Student of The Month Senoir, Sydnee Craig was chosen for December's Student of the month presented by Shane Thorell of Edward Jones of Aurora. Sydnee was nominated by the Giltner Staff because of her school involvement, character, work ethic, and positive attitude.   She is the daughter of Elizabeth and Brady Omel. She participates in One Act, Speech, Choir, and Band. 

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A Day Of Giving

A Day Of Giving On December 8th, members of Student Council went clothes shopping in Grand Island for families in need.  Families are kept anonymous and students receive a list of clothing items plus the gender and age of the child.  Student Council sponsor and members spent most of the school day shopping for items.  It’s a great experience for the Giltner School students to contribute to their community and families are always appreciative of the contribution.  

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Celebration

Celebration! Normally Monday’s are no fun, but Monday, November 14th was not one of those days. During third period, students in seventh grade through eleventh grade participated in a celebration! The class of 2017 thought of all the games that the underclassman participated in. Each class played a game chosen by the seniors. The seventh graders raced in sleeping bags, the objective was to crawl like a worm from line to line with a partner going back to where they started. The eighth graders played nut stacker, each student took a skewer with eight nuts and stacked them end on end. The freshman class was set with the . . .

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