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May 7, Sunday, Graduation at 2:00 p.m. Congrats Seniors and best of luck to you!

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Rescheduled: May 1 High School CRC Track Meet at Osceola will start at 11 a.m. and Prelims at 2 p.m., May 2 JH Track 9:00 a.m. CRC at Cross County

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Student Of The Month

Student Of The Month  Senior, Dawson Bartunek  was chosen for April's Student of the month presented by Shane Thorell of Edward Jones of Aurora. Dawson was nominated by the Giltner Staff because of his character, work ethic, and positive attitude. Dawson  is the son of  Darren and Tina Bartunek. 

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Our School

What Makes Giltner Great!!! Click below to watch a video of our school. Thanks to the Giltner Senior Class of 2017  under the direction of Mr. Matt Drew for making this video. 

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NMC Sponsorship

Congratulations Brandon! Congratulations to our very own Brandon Gildersleeve, son of Amy Lesonik on being awarded the NMC Sponsorship with Central Community College to help pursue a Degree in Associate of Applied Science. The Nebraska Machinery Company provides educational assistance such as paying for tuition and fees that cover two years of college education, books, uniforms, and supplies for the entire two-year program, and tools that would be required for the Diesel Technology Program all of this adding up to a total of around $13,330. 

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State Speech

Congratulations! Congratulations to Reagan Smith for placing 6th place in Poetry at State Speech! When asked about how she felt about placing 6th she said, "At first I was a little disappointed, but then I realized that I made it, I am in the top 6 in the state and I went up against some amazing speeches, it was a great experience." She also said that next year if she continued to do Poetry she planned on, "Stepping out of my comfort zone and add more singing to my poems." Reagan Smith also finishes this speech year with some advice for those going out for speech in the future, she says, "If you make . . .

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