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What's Going On at Gilbert?

Here's the latest news and highlights at Gilbert Community Schools.

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Superintendent Hiring Announcement Superintendent Hiring Announcement for incoming Superintendent Dr. Christine Trujillo.  
Bonthuis Finalist for PAEMST Award Congratulations to Angie Bonthuis for being a finalist for the PAEMST Award. Angie is a kindergarten teacher at Gilbert for 21 years. Teachers
Spotlight Teacher Stephanie Klaffke has been selected to be featured in the teacher spotlight for the state PE/Health Association! Very well deserved. Thank you for
Fuel Your School at Hy-Vee Hy-Vee is pledging $75,000 to support the needs of teachers and
First Responders Day Video Check out this video from our First Responders day parade! Gilbert Community School District would like to thank first responders. Thank you for
Teacher Appreciation at Gilbert Schools Gilbert Administrators made sure Gilbert Teachers knew how much they were appreciated during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4-8. Each teacher received a surprise
Portrait of a Graduate Gilbert Schools continues to build on input from our community, staff and students in preparing our students not only academically but with big
Schools in America Rankings! Niche has released the 2020 Best Schools in America Rankings and
New “Welcome to Gilbert” Video Click here to enjoy the new promotional video produced by Lindsey Beecher, Gilbert Schools Superintendent: Welcome to Gilbert 
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In Need of New Masks?

Looking for New Masks? There is an order form to get Adult and Youth sizes Gilbert face masks. Click the link HERE to access.

The masks are two-ply, in either black or red with a coordinating G on the right-hand side of the mask. All masks are $3.50.

The closing date is February 7th and the approximate arrival of the orders is February 26th.

Please contact Lynne Reid with any questions.

Snow Days

Gilbert Families and Staff,

Winter weather season is here and with that comes the thought of snow days.

Some districts across the state have decided to replace snow days with remote learning days.  Gilbert CSD wants kids to be kids, the idea of waking up to a snow is something both kids and adults enjoy.  So as snow days go we are business as usual.  Drink hot chocolate, watch movies, go sledding, or build a snowman.  Enjoy the day.

We will announce school cancellations or delays in school start times as early as possible. One caveat will be if inclement weather falls on a Remote Learning Wednesday.  Remote learning will still take place.  If this happens, a message will go out through our messaging system, along with local TV stations, saying our buildings are closed for students.  If small groups of students were planning to come in to meet with teachers etc. these events will be cancelled.

If you have any questions please contact our district office at 232-3740 and we will be happy to talk with you.

On Monday a message will be coming out from our school nurses on what to do if someone in your household needs to quarantine or tests positive for COVID over winter break.

We’ve been in school 76 days now.  We are thankful for each day we are here together.  This would not be possible without the partnership we have with you, our families.  Thank you for working with us.  Enjoy this time with family and friends.  Stay healthy and safe.

Gilbert Superintendent Search

Due to retirement, the Gilbert Community School District is seeking a dynamic, strong, committed leader for the 2021-2022 school year.  Please click HERE for more information.

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