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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.

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Garden County Elementary  Garden County Jr. Sr. High
800 West 2nd 200 West 4th Street
Oshkosh, NE 69154 Oshkosh, NE 69154
308-772-3336 308-772-3242
Fax 308-772-4059 Fax 308-772-3039


School News at a Glance
 
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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!
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Thank you to all that supported the Elementary School bake sale! It was a great success. The money will be used for t-shirts, field trips and etc.
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Garden County TeamMates are participating
in a fundraiser with Schwan's Cares.
You can help them out by placing your Schwan's order
online or over their toll free phoneline.  (Orders just from the truck will not count)  When you order, designate
Garden County TeamMates ID# 35755.  This
fundraising campaign will run from Nov 15th through
March 30th of 2018.


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Congratulations to the Science Fair Place Winners!
8 th Grade: 1st – Trey Kirch 2nd – Nick Alworth 3rd – Dominic Fisher
7 th Grade: 1st – JenaSpady 2nd - Emily Levick 3rd – McKenna Krueger
6 th Grade: 1st - Kyle Rote 2nd – Jennifer Zambrano 3rd – Wyland Lobner

The Garden County High School seniors recently participated in the Apply2College Day, a statewide campaign sponsored by EducationQuest. Each October seniors meet to work on college applications to schools in which they are interested in attending. Students are taught about how to find information on colleges and look at school profiles to decide which schools would fit them best. They also get to look at different options such as military service, on-the-job training, and apprenticeships. Additionally, two admissions representatives from Western Nebraska Community College and Chadron State College were there that day to help answer questions, assist with applications, and talk to students about finding the best fit for them. Completing a college application can be a bit daunting, so we are glad we can participate in this event to help students take the next steps beyond high school.
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Daily Bulletin
Posted on 11/21/2017
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Artist of the Week!
Posted on 11/20/2017
Dinosaurs by Caysen Robertson (2nd grade). Caysen is the son of Tim and Briana Robertson.  more
Educational Insights 11.20.17
Posted on 11/20/2017
Educational Insights “…developing individuals to meet the challenges of a diverse society.” Developing an attitude of ‘gratitude’ is purposeful. It is so easy to think about what is wrong instead of what is right, it seems to be a natural tendency at times. However, research reveals that those who are more grateful are actually physically healthier! By focusing on the good things in our lives, we tend we have more. It seems like somewhat of a ‘no-brainer’, but sometimes we all fall into the trap of forgetting the many things we all have to be thankful for.  more
Garden County Schools Artist!
Posted on 11/20/2017
Cat Drawing by Abilene Miller (5th grade). Abilene is the daughter of Dallas and Jacinda Miller.  more
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
Posted on 11/16/2017
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Soaring Eagle Ticket Winner and Athlete of the Week
Posted on 11/13/2017
Kyan Kramer was the lucky winner for the Soaring Eagle tickets so he got to eat with the Athlete of the Week, Conner McCord.  more
American History Class Field Trip
Posted on 10/25/2017
Recently the Garden County American History class went on a field trip to explore a few noteworthy locations related to American history. Northwest Nebraska is home to both the Museum of the Fur Trade, a world renowned museum dedicated to the fur trade industry, and Ft. Robinson, an influential army post established in the late 1800's. The day started with a few hours exploring the museum and its exhibits. Students took the opportunity to browse all the historical items of the fur trade which included guns, knives, traps, clothing, etc. The museum also hold a good variety of pre-Columbian artifacts that caught their attention. In addition to the actual museum, students got the chance to step inside a reproduction teepee and a traders dugout. This dugout was the "Wal-Mart" of the day, and it helped the students to understand how difficult life must have been for the early pioneers and settlers.  more
2016 Annual Report for Garden County Schools
Posted on 01/17/2017
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Pricing for Large Prints on Vinyl, PVC, Photo Paper and Bright White
Posted on 09/05/2016
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Providers for Families Caring for Someone With a Disability
Posted on 03/14/2016
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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
Garden County Schools High School Cube Channel
Posted on 01/07/2015
Watch videos of past programs and events at Garden County Schools.  more
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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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