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Education

Flags over Gladbrook-Reinbeck Elementary

Gladbrook-Reinbeck Elementary Principal Shaun Lehmann (center) pictured with members of both the Reinbeck American Legion Post #242 and the Reinbeck Legion Auxiliary. Each year the students of G-R help the Legion set up the Avenue of Flags at the Reinbeck cemetery for Memorial Day and place ...

Retired GMG teacher publishes book, opens new chapter

After spending more than three decades in the classroom at GMG Community School District helping young children learn to read and write, retired teacher Sue Ewoldt opened a new chapter in her career by self-publishing a 30-page children’s book, “Huxley and Howard.” Ewoldt shared her ...

Gladbrook-Reinbeck Senior Spotlights: April 15, 2022

RiLynn Bergmann Family: Tiffany & Zach Buchheit, Andy Bergmann, siblings Maddie Bergmann, Nevada Buchheit, Lane, Ryder, & JB Buchheit, Connor Engel (SO) & Greyson Engel (Son) Future Plans: Attend Hawkeye, then transfer to a 4 year and get my Bachelor’s in General ...

Tama SWCD promotes Stewardship Week

The Tama Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD), in partnership with the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD), is celebrating Stewardship Week from April 24 – May 1. The theme of the week is titled “Healthy Soil: Healthy Life.” Our health and well-being are ...

G-R students to showcase speech events

Community members will have an opportunity to check out the work of Gladbrook-Reinbeck’s speech performers at an upcoming Speech Showcase night on April 1 beginning at 7 p.m. The event will feature performances from G-R’s Musical Theatre, Improv and Reader’s Theatre teams as well as ...

Gladbrook-Reinbeck NHS inducts new members

A new crop of G-R Rebels have joined the ranks of the Gladbrook-Reinbeck National Honor Society. At 7:30pm on March 10 the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Chapter of the National Honor Society met with family and friends to induct its 17 new members. The ceremony was introduced by the faculty advisor, ...

A worldly perspective

As a kid who grew up in Green Mountain, graduated from GMG High School and took his first job out of college not far from home at the Marshalltown Police Department, James Ulin could never have imagined just how much of the world he would end up seeing in his life. Ulin, who is currently ...

PPEL vote clears approval at G-R

The Gladbrook-Reinbeck Community School District will maintain its voter-approved Physical Plant and Equipment Levy well into the next decade after school district voters passed a renewal measure Tuesday during a special school election. The vote passed with 208 voters voting in favor and 143 ...

G-R Board approves early retirement policy

In a 4-3 split vote the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Board of Education voted in favor of offering an early retirement incentive to district employees with an application deadline of March 17. The proposed incentive policy was first before the board during their January meeting but failed to pass ...

Survey results inform G-R facility assessment process

More than 300 residents of the Gladbrook-Reinbeck Community School District provided their input and feedback on the district’s facility needs through a recent survey. The survey allowed community members to review the district’s needs, share what they consider to be the highest-priority ...