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2017 Ed Thomas Award Winner-Matt Roeding

Matt Roeding of Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School has been selected as the Class A recipient of the 2017 Iowa Football Coaches Association Ed Thomas Award and was presented the award May 16 during the ...more

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For important information re: school start & dismissal times, breakfast at school and bus stop schedules and locations, please see the "Important School Information 2016-2017" article in the REBEL NEWS section below.

Rebel News


CONGRATULATIONS to the GCGR BOYS SOCCER TEAM on their 7-0 VICTORY over Ankeny Christian Academy last night!  WAY TO GO REBELS!!

The GCGR REBELS will now move on in the bracket to play vs. Garner-Hayfield-Ventura on Saturday, 05-27-17.  The game is scheduled to begin at Noon at the GCGR soccer field in Reinbeck. This is a state sponsored IHSAA event.  Admissions is $6.00 - no passes will be accepted.  Updated bracket is attached.


Please note the following pet policy from the IGHSAU and IHSAA:

PETS PROHIBITED AT IHSAA SANCTIONED EVENTS.  Except as otherwise stated herein, no pets are permitted at events sanctioned by the Iowa High School Athletic Association.  Any person found with a pet will be asked to remove the pet from the premises.  Failure to comply will result in the person being asked to leave the premises.  However, this policy shall comply with the provisions of Iowa code 216c. as such, a person with a disability or a person training an assistive animal has the right to be accompanied by a service dog or an assistive animal, under control.  The person is liable for damage done to any premises or facility by a service dog or assistive animal.  A “service dog” means a dog specially trained at a recognized training facility to assist a person with a disability, whether described as a service dog, guide dog, hearing dog, support dog, independence dog, or otherwise.  An “assisted animal” means a simian or other animal specially trained or in the process of being trained under the auspices of a recognized training facility to assist a person with a disability.


CONCESSIONS:  The Washington DC Kids will have the concession stand open on Saturday for lunch!  Special menu items include hot dogs and walking tacos!  





Fight End-of-the-year Slump!

As the summer approaches, kids are often more restless and distracted at school. You can help to make sure that their last weeks of school are productive by ensuring that they begin the day with a nutritious breakfast. A good breakfast has been proven to make kids more alert, less distractible and better behaved in school; it even improves their test scores! Let’s keep our students focused by making sure they begin every school day with a balanced meal at home or at the School Breakfast Program. 


BREAKFAST: Served daily 7:45-8:15.  Price 2.00, 30¢ reduced; or free if qualified.  No reservations required; all students welcome each day!  


Ever wonder what Gladbrook-Reinbeck JH-HS students learn in a month? Have a read through the GLADBROOK-REINBECK JH-HS APRIL 2017 NEWSLETTER to see many of the exciting projects they've been involved with in the last 30 days!



G-R Superintendent Hill's newest Blog "G-R's Commitment to Early Childhood Education" is full of GReat news! 
Did you know that TUITION-FREE preschool for 4-year old students is coming to the towns of Gladbrook and Reinbeck this Fall? Starting in the Fall of 2017, qualified 4-year old students will be able to attend preschool tuition-free through the Statewide Voluntary Preschool Program.


READ ON for more exciting news about the many ways that Gladbrook-Reinbeck supports early childhood education for our communities' young children. Mr. Hill's Blog discusses Tuition-Free Preschool for 4 year olds; Crayon Corner and Little Rebel Learning Centers; Assistance for Struggling Learners; Kindergarten Round-Up and NEW for 2017 - TRANSITIONAL KINDERGARTEN Class!


Click the link to Mr. Hill's Blog below to read more.


Dear G-R Families:  We are excited to have school start on Tuesday morning, 08-23-16!  Just as a reminder, our school day starts at 8:20 a.m. and dismisses at 3:25 p.m.  If your child would like to have breakfast at the Elementary Building or at the Junior High-High School, they are welcome to come between 7:45 and 8:15 a.m.  


If you are one of G-R's rural route families, you should receive a phone call from your driver letting you know what time the bus will stop at your home in the morning and what time it will arrive in the afternoon.  


If you are a G-R in-town Gladbrook family, please refer to the informational Bus Stop letter which was mailed to you after registration.  Buses will be picking up students in Gladbrook between 7:25 and 7:45 a.m.  Approximate bus stop pick-up times are as follows:


Gladbrook Shuttle Pick Up and Drop Off Locations:

Approximate pick up times for each location will be 7:25 – 7:45 AM.


Tom Quinn’s Route Bus [= “Purple Butterfly” bus] = Bus #28

  • Stop 1    [7:30 AM] = 2nd and Lincoln:  students will load and unload on 2nd Street
  • Stop 2    [7:35 AM] = 6th and Grace:  students will load and unload on 6th Street
  • Stop 3    [7:45 AM] = South door of school building on 6th Street


Dennis Modlin’s Route Bus [= “Orange Dinosaur” bus] = #15

  • Stop A   [7:25 AM] = 4th and Garfield:  students will load and unload on Garfield
  • Stop B    [7:30 AM] = South door of school building on 6th Street
  • Stop D   [PM stop only] = 409 Washington Street:  in front of Crayon Corner Daycare



Lincoln Shuttle Pick Up and Drop Off Location:

Approximate pick up times for each location will be 7:40 AM.


Kevin Andersen’s Route Bus [= “Red Bird” bus] = #26

  • Stop 1    [7:40 AM] = Lincoln Street:  students will load and unload next to the city park



Morrison Shuttle Pick Up and Drop Off Locations:

Approximate pick up times for each location will be 7:10-7:14 AM.


Mark Bystricky’s Route Bus [= “Green Shark” bus] = #24

  • Stop 1    [7:10 AM] = 3rd and Broadway (south side of 175)
  • Stop 2    [7:14 AM] = Broadway and Railroad (north side of 175)


Again, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to stop by, call or e-mail the Gladbrook-Reinbeck District Office [(319) 345-2712].  We are looking forward to another GReat year!



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