The 7th grade was victorious over Danbury Lakers last night winning in two games. Game1: 25-22 Game 2: 25-15
The 8th grade lost in two games to the lakers of Danbury. Game 1: 21-25 Game 2: 12-25
Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October in the United States. The National Family Partnership organized the first Nationwide Red Ribbon Campaign. NFP provides drug awareness by sponsoring the annual National Red Ribbon Celebration. Since its beginning in 1985, ... Read More
The Varsity Football team beat Danbury-Lakeside by the score of 58-24 last Friday to push our record to 5-0. On the offensive side of the ball, Tyler, Griffin, Erik and Derek (2) had receiving touchdowns, while Matt (2) and troy Ickes had rushing Touchdowns. As a unit, the offense piled up over 620 total yards.
Defensively, we had 7 turnovers! Tyler had 2 picks and a fumble recovery, while Marcus (2) and Derek also added interceptions. Ryan also had a fumbled caused and a fumble recovery. Tyler also tallied a Safety and Isaak recorded a sack. Josh also played well, having 12 tackles (7 solo, 1 TFL) and a fumble caused. The defense held Danbury to -17 rushing yards, and a total of 160 yards on the night.
The Golden Bears will battle the Edon Bombers More Statistics night @ as part of our Homecoming Festivities!
The boys' cross country team took 16th of 26 teams at the Vermilion Invitational . The five scorers for the team were Vinny , Logan, Travis, Nathan, and Camden. Zach had an outstanding effort in the open race, shaving another 13 seconds off his previous best to run a season best for the 3rd consecutive week. Team Results Open Results
The girls' team kept the positive momentum rolling and took 8th place of 18 teams in their race. Three of the runners ran season best times in their race: Johanna, who was the team's top placer at 11th of 125 runners; Sam d, the team's 2nd placer at 34th; and Jasmine, the team's 3rd scorer, taking 41 seconds off her previous PR! Madelyn and Skyler rounded out the scorers for the team. Sarah also had a great run in the open race, taking 28 seconds off her previous season best. Team Results Open Results
MS Cross Country
The Varsity volleyball team defeated Northwood in 4, 25-16,25-17,21-25,25-19. Lyndsey led the Lady Bears with 19 digs and 6 points, Courtney had 15 kills, 4 blocks and 5 digs. Ashley had 12 digs, 9 assists and 10 points, Taylor had 24 assists, 12 digs and 6 kills, Emma had 10 kills, 8 points and 8 digs, Abby had 8 digs, 4 kills and 3 points, Ali had 10 digs, 5 kills and 2 blocks, Isabelle had 9 digs and 3 points and Alleynah had 7 digs. The girls play at Danbury .
News School-to-Parent Notification Service
Conferences are scheduled for the HS/MS on Wed. Oct. 1 from 3:45-8:00. If you would like to schedule a conference, call Mrs. Estep or Mrs. Davies at 419-637-2873. Read More
Gibsonburg Schools Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
From Dr. Hernandez: I am pleased to be in such a fantastic school district that appreciates and respects diversity. I know as I walk through our hallways, I recognize that our school population consists of many students, whose roots trace back to Hispanic descent. At Gibsonburg nearly 13 % of our student body is Hispanic. Only 19 school districts in Ohio have a bigger Hispanic student population than Gibsonburg. 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.