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March 26th Track Meet at Wilcox starting at 10 a.m.! Good Luck!

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Jr. High Track Team will be going to Friend on March 30th. Good Luck!

NeSA Convocation

NeSA Convocation Award Ceremony! Congratulations to the students that exceeded that standard in the NeSA tests in the Spring of 2016. Also Congratulations to Hannah Preissler, Dawson Bartunek, Kaylee Rhoades, Dylan Webb, and Grant Wilson for Exceeding in All Four NeSA tests and to Scott Lamb for increasing 47 points in Reading, Tanner Roth for increasing 48 points in Reading, and Sydni Watson for increasing 51 points in Reading and Good Luck to those taking the NeSA tests this year! 4th, 5th, 6th, & 7th Graders who Exceeded the Standard Ethan Ballard . . .

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Motivational Speaker

The Relentless Tour        Anthony Ianni came to Giltner on March, 8th 2017 to give a speech about his story, and the way it has changed his life and the life of those around him. At a very young age Anthony was diagnosed with autism and was told that he would never go to college, never play sports, and would end up living in a group home. He was bullied throughout  school, for having autism and for his amazing height. Anthony defied the predictions and graduated from college and became the first athlete with autism to play Division 1 college basketball. Now he is on a mission to . . .

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EverFi Scholarship

Congratulations! Diandra Polt has been selected as one of EverFi's scholarship recipients out of over 550 entries from across the country. As a winner, Diandra received a $1000 college savings gift card that she can deposit into the 529 savings plan of her choice.                 

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Signing Day At Giltner

Congratulations Tucker! Wednesday February, 1st was an exciting day for Senior Tucker Gartner! He is continuing his football career as a Bulldog at the Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska. He signed a letter of intent to go to Concordia where he will not only be playing football but, he will also be majoring in Business Administration. When asked how it felt to be playing football for Concordia he said, "It's a great feeling. I finally feel this weight being lifted off of my shoulder, it's my biggest childhood dream coming true." 

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