Track & Field
The girls team defeated Genoa and Old Fort last night. Placing 1st for the Lady Bears were Kendall in th 100 & 200, Johanna in the 1600, Jenna in the 800, Abbey in the Shot Put & Discus, Emma in the High Jump, the 4x400 Relay of Selena, Taylor, Mikayla, & Kendall, and the 4x800 Relay of Mikayla, Jenna, Jasmine, & Johanna.
The boys team also defeated Genoa and Old Fort. Placing 1st for the Golden Bears were Wes in the 110 hurdles, Marcus in the 1600, Jacob in the 300 hurdles, Hunter in the 200, Tyler in the Shot Put, the 4x100 relay of Isaak, Hunter, Camden, & Josh, and the 4x400 relay of Marcus, Mateo, Hunter, & Camden.
Our middle school boys track and field team finished in 1st place last night in a tri-meet against Maumee Valley and Northwood. Brady took 1st in the 110 and 200 meter hurdles. Carlos won the long jump while Matt won the discuss event. Brad took first in the shot put. Our 4 X 100 relay team consisting of Theo, Brad, Andrew, and Carlos won 1st place and our 4 X 200 meter relay team consisting of Brad, Wyatt, Josh, and Carlos took 1st place also. Our 4 X 400 relay team consisting of Andrew, Austin, Wyatt, and Josh also took 1st place.
Our middle school girls track and field team finished in 2nd place. 1st place finishes include Katrina in the 200 meter hurdles and Sydney in the shot put. Our 4 X 100 meter relay team consisting of Grace, Morgan, Paige, and Sidnee also won 1st place.
The varsity girl’s softball team won a league game last night 13-2 vs Northwood. Sam got the win on the mound. Shylee went 3-3 with 2 doubles, 1 homerun and 5 RBI. The lady bears play Saturday morning in a double-header matchup vs Edison at home starting at 10:00am.
Middle School yearbooks are on sale NOW for only $15! Yearbooks can be purchased online at Balfour.com (just search Gibsonburg Middle School) or by cash or check using the envelope sent home with your student. If your student does not have a yearbook order envelope, you can send your payment in any envelope with your student's name, grade and AP teacher written on it. Students can turn in their yearbook payments to their AP teacher or the main office.
College Credit Plus
House Bill 487 updated Ohio’s graduation requirements to ensure that all students are ready for success in college and work. As a result, the Class of 2017 (10th-graders in the 2014-2015 school year) will be the last students to take the current Ohio Graduation Tests. The new requirements take effect with students entering ninth grade in the 2014-2015 school year (Class of 2018). Read More
Ohio’s Post Secondary Enrollment Options Program will change to College Credit Plus beginning with the 2015-2016 school year. In order to take advantage of the College Credit Plus Program, interested students and their parents must complete the following steps: Read More
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The Mission of the Gibsonburg Exempted Village School District, a school committed to educational excellence in partnership with home and community, is to guide, encourage, and challenge all students to use their minds well, so they may be prepared for responsible citizenship, continuous learning, and productive employment in our ever-changing society.