YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!! The deadline to order has been extended to May 10th. Students were sent a link in their email two weeks ago, and they have a form on their locker. You may order online or take your money and form to Coach Campbell. The book contains pictures of 9-12 grade students, staff, academics, activities, clubs, and events! It makes a great keepsake to look back at in 10, 20, 50+ years! Click on this link to order! There is also a payment plan option if that works best for you! Extras will not be ordered, so if you want a copy, get it NOW! https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A04865300 #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
18 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
🚨HS/MS Track Valentine Invite Update🚨 Due to anticipated rain starting in the afternoon, ALL events will begin at 9:00 AM MT/10:00 AM CT. Good luck Mustangs! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
18 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
Mrs. Ledgerwood’s freshman Creative Writing class wrote and illustrated ABC books and read them to Mrs. Giles’s preschoolers. Book topics included musicians, songs, movies, tv shows, football teams, cars, sheep, cows, games, and various types of animals. The preschoolers were excellent listeners and the budding authors appreciated the attentive audience.
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Mrs. Ledgerwood’s freshman Creative Writing class wrote and illustrated ABC books and read them to Mrs. Giles’s preschoolers. Book topics included musicians, songs, movies, TV shows, football teams, cars, sheep, cows, games, and various types of animals. The preschoolers were excellent listeners, and the budding authors appreciated the audience's attentiveness. #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
19 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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Gordon-Rushville Middle School students' spring concert is Thursday, May 2nd at 7:00pm in the gym at the middle school. Students need to be at the middle school by 6:45pm and dress nicely please ☺️ 🎵 Students coming from Gordon, Mr. Meng will be at the High School at 6:15 pm and will be leaving the parking lot at 6:20 pm and will return students to the high school following the concert.
19 days ago, Tiff Graham
📣Meet the GRHS Student Council Candidates📣 Alice Tullis – Running for Student Council President I am a member of the Bowling and Quiz Bowl teams. I also participate in the band and spring play. I am also currently a member of Student Council as a representative for Speech. My major strengths are my creativity and the ability to get along with a variety of different people. I think this will help me bring a lot of creative ideas to improve the school. I am very comfortable speaking in front of large groups so I would have no trouble speaking at any event that Student Council puts on. My major weakness would be that I sometimes focus on extracurricular activities over my homework. I have been a representative on Student Council and currently am the secretary. I was vice president for both Band and the Junior Class. I have many ideas on how to make GRHS a more engaging place to learn and be. I have great ideas for community service projects. I am a good listener and would be able to take other’s ideas into consideration. I am comfortable giving up ideas if others have better ideas and I am also always willing to find a compromise between ideas to make more people happy. I would make a good liaison between the staff and students. I am respectful, understanding and try to be kind to all of my peers. I also have many creative, and realistic, ideas of how to make GRHS even better. I would like to make GRHS a more positive and engaging place to go to school. Our student sections aren’t great, partially because people are busy with their own activities, and also because people don’t know the cheers. Pep rallies can be better and I have ideas to help give students things to look forward to besides Homecoming and Prom. Claire Wellnitz – Running for Student Council Vice President I am a member of One Acts, Quiz Bowl, Track, Speech and Cheerleading. I also was a part of the Spring Play cast and a member of the choir and a member of Medical Explorers. Outside of school, I am involved in dance, confirmation class and I help at bible school. Some of my strengths that will help me in being Student Council Vice President are that I am easy to approach, always willing to listen, kind and non-judgmental. I also have no trouble with public speaking. I would say that my weaknesses are being quiet and shy, but I am trying to overcome those to help make me a strong leader. I have held other leadership positions both in and out of school. I am currently a student council representative and president of the sophomore class, vice president of choir and I have been a captain of both dance and cheer. I am a leader within my church as well. I help lead songs as well as help with our Vacation Bible School and Religious Ed classes. I feel like I am a good role model and leader because I am passionate about the activities that I love. I put a lot of hard work and dedication towards my grades and activities and grades because I want to succeed. I believe I can bring my positive attitude and hardworking spirit to GRHS. Our time in high school goes so fast, we need to make it positive and have fun. I would ask others their ideas and listen to them. I would make sure we work together and bring the ideas to the president. One change I would like to see is a new track or a theater. Our track is in terrible shape and a new one would not only make it safer for our athletes, but we could also host some track meets. A theater would mean that our students get to practice and have a place in our school instead of having to go to the City Auditorium or the theater in Rushville. #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
19 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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We are incredibly proud of our GRMS Track Athletes and their hard work yesterday in Morrill. They represented our school well. MORRILL TRACK MEET RESULTS Girls 800m: Kynsleigh Krebs – 5th place 1600m:Brittney Dehning – 1st place Discus: Lexi Tausan – 6th place 4x800 Relay: Kynsleigh Krebs, Arya Lukassen, Thelma Musfelt, Brittney Dehning – 5th place Boys 100m:Asa Funk 5th place 200m: Asa Funk 5th place 800m: Riley Lefler 4th place 100m Hurdles: Caden Sommers 5th place Triple Jump: Braylon Holston 1st place Discus: Braylon Holston 3rd place 4x100m Relay: Braylon Holston, Khai Janssen, Riley Lefler, Asa Funk 3rd place 4x800m Relay: Joel Montanez-Rodriguez, Robert Moore, Joey Ziller, Riley Lefler 2nd place #MustangStrong
19 days ago, Tiff Graham
📣Meet the GRHS Student Council Candidates📣 Maddox Leeper – Running for Student Council President I am a member of the football and basketball teams. I am also a member of the GR Club and I participate in FFA. I think a major strength for me is being able to listen very well. I can also provide new ideas or help improve old ideas. I am always on time and show up to work. I don’t get in trouble and I get along with every teacher and student well. I think I can contribute to Student Council by listening to what my peers want and then putting their wants into my actions. I have been captain of both the football and basketball teams. I always try and keep people doing the right thing. If I disagree with someone’s idea, I would ask them how they would approach the situation, compare it to how I would and build ideas together that benefit all. I know I am a good leader. I have a great track record in the school and community. I believe I am a guy the students can look up to and follow. The most important change to GRHS to me would be to increase student involvement in the school. We need to get more kids to participate in activities and build more school spirit. Emma Martins – Running for Student Council Vice President I am a member of the volleyball team and Medical Explorers. I have also done club volleyball outside of school. I believe that my strengths are being honest, a hard worker, dependable and compassionate. I think these will help me because I can really listen to people and get things done. I think I can be a good leader because I maintain good grades and always strive to be the best version of myself. I work long hours at the nursing home after school and try to not complain. I believe this job, along with my work with youth volleyball will help me to represent the student body well. I am easy to get along with, work well with students and teachers and I love to take care of people in need. I really enjoy listening to others ideas and I think it is great when people have different ideas and opinions. I want people to enjoy coming to school. I would like to help this by planning more fun things that don’t take up educational time but still something the students can look forward to. I would also like to see others be more compassionate within the school.
20 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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📣GRHS Lift-A-Thon📣 The Gordon-Rushville strength and conditioning classes are doing a lift-a-thon this year to help raise money for upgrades needed in the weight room. The link https://app.99pledges.com/fund/GRweights will take you to our fundraiser page. While our students are reaching for their goals in the weight room, you can help us reach our goal of adding more weight equipment and new flooring by supporting them through this fundraiser. You can personalize your donation to motivate your student to do their best or send it in anonymously and show your support for the whole school. We appreciate every donation, and we hope you know how much it means to us and future Mustangs! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
21 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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Don't miss tonight's spring concert, hosted by the GRHS Music Department🎶 at 7:00 PM at the high school. Streaming is available by clicking on the link: https://fan.hudl.com/usa/ne/gordon/organization/3163/gordon-rushville-high-school/schedule?date=2024-04-28T06%3A00%3A00.000Z&range=Week&s=U2NoZWR1bGVFbnRyeVB1YmxpY1N1bW1hcnk2NjJmYTk1ODE1NDVlYzM1MzU1MmQyZjA%3D #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
21 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
GRHS Track Results Meet: Dennis Zowada Lusk Wy 4/27/24 Boys and Girls teams both placed 3rd Wyoming meets place 8 Bronson Freeseman 3rd 110 hurdles 18.27 Colton Archibald 2nd shot put 42’11” 2nd discus 120’9” Seth Mills 8th shot put 33’6” 6th discus 103’ Daniel Martins 1st 100m 12.02 7th HJ 5’2” Johnny Ziller 8th 100m 12.62 4th LJ 18’3” 7th TJ 35’6” Luke Laws 1st 1600m 5:16.43 1st 3200m 12:17.94 Julian Rodriguez 8th 400m 59.50 Jaxon Kearns 3rd 300 hurdles 49.62 Cameron Sandoz 6th 300 hurdles 51.61 Kannon Leeper 7th 300 hurdles 51.92 Eli Ross 2nd 800 2:16.30 Aiden Heiser 8th 800m 2:44.30 4x100 2nd 48.07 Bronson Freeseman, Daniel Martins, Julian Rodriguez, Johnny Ziller 4x400 3rd 4:05.16 Kannon Leeper, Jaxon Kearns, Julian Rodriguez, Eli Ross 4x800 2nd 10:19.33 Eli Ross, Aiden Heiser, Draegan Leonard, Luke Laws Kylie Goings 5th 100m 14.10 2nd 400m 1:08.28 2nd 200m 29.27 Ashlyn Dehning 6th 400m 1:16.66 Natalie Popken 2nd 800m 2:52.39 Valeria Benitez 5th 800m 3:01.30 Tyrah American Horse 1st 1600 6:13.63 1st 3200 13:55.78 Rylie Barker 2nd 1600 6:21.72 2nd 3200 14:07.01 Iris Clark 5th 1600 7:21.16 McKinley Grover 1st discus 143’6” 3rd shot put 35’9.5” Sprint Medley Relay 3rd 5:29.09 Ashlyn Dehning, Cecilia Deaver, Iris Clark, Valeria Benitez 4x800 1st 11:15.02 Tyrah American Horse, Rylie Barker, Natalie Popken, Kylie Goings Great job tracksters! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
21 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
GRHS students shine during the performance of “ A Family Reunion to Die For” by Mike and Matt Steele. Great job by the students and directors, Mrs. Hardin and Mr. Belgum! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
21 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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🚨RECORD BREAKER🚨 At the Best of the West T & F meet, GRHS senior McKinley Grover won the discus, throwing 145' 8.5". McKinley's throw broke the meet record AND the GRHS school record held by Alyssa Norton in 2009, throwing 143'. CONGRATULATIONS McKinley! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether 📷 Melissa Grover
26 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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Best of the West track meet results from 4/23/24. McKinley Grover 1st discus 145’8.5” **GRHS school record and Best of the West meet record. 3rd shot put 38’7” Rylie Barker 10th 3200 13:30.10 4x800 relay 5th 11:06.74 Ashlyn Dehning, Natalie Popken, Rylie Barker, Kylie Goings Austin Child 6th 400m 54.79 Luke Laws 9th 3200 11:25.40 Colton Archibald 9th discus 129’4” 4x800 relay 7th 9:51.76 Luke Laws, Aiden Heiser, Draegan Leonard, Eli Ross Way to represent GRHS! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
26 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
We have just been notified of a controlled NPPD power outage for repairs that may affect our district buildings at approximately 10:05am lasting 5 minutes. School will continue as scheduled.
26 days ago, Gordon-Rushville Public Schools
Good luck 🍀 to GRHS student-athletes competing in the Best of the West track meet today in Scottsbluff! Field events begin at 4:30 pm and running events at 6:00 pm. Girls 4x800-Natalie Popken, Kylie Goings, Ashlyn Dehning, Rylie Barker: alternates are Valeria Benitez and Iris Clark McKinley Grover-shot put and discus Rylie Barker - 3200m Boys 4x800-Eli Ross, Aiden Heiser, Draegan Leonard, Luke Laws: alternates are Brody Popken and Kannon Leeper Colton Archibald-discus Austin Child-400m Luke Laws-3200m #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
27 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
Class C State journalism was yesterday, April 22nd in Norfolk. Katie Coomes competed at 10:30 yesterday morning and earned eighth place in Newspaper Newswriting. Colton Archibald and Juan Montanez-Rodriguez received 8th with their PSA, with Haley Dane assisting in the planning of that project. Congratulations to these GRHS students for earning a State Medal and representing GRHS in such a positive manner!
27 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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Join us for an evening of suspense, humor at the Sheridan County Theater. The Gordon Rushville High School drama department presents “ A Family Reunion to Die For” by Mike and Matt Steele. This joyful reunion takes a dark turn when members of the Knotting family start dropping like flies. Join Freddy and Christine, our newlyweds, and other interesting characters as they try and unravel the funny and twisted case of the Knotting family murders. Dates and Times: April 26th @ 7:00 pm April 27th @ 7:00 pm April 28th @ 2:00 pm Location: Sheridan County Theater in Rushville, NE Tickets: $8.00 Adult $5.00 Student #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
28 days ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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Congratulations to Haley Johnson and Colton Archibald, who earned WTC Scholar-Athletic awards! #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
about 1 month ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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The WTC art show was held during the track meet on Saturday, April 13, 2024. Congratulations to Tyrah American Horse, earning All-Conference in the 2-D category, and Dani Running Hawk, earning Honorable Mention in the 2-D category. #UnitedAsOne #StrongerTogether
about 1 month ago, Mr. Slama-AD
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