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  • Picture Days

    All students who are in school on Tuesday, April 20th will get their picture taken. If students are in Cohort B or C, and they were not in school on 04/20, they can get their pictures taken on Thursday, 04/22. Parents of students in Cohort C that wish to have a school photo taken should call the main office tomorrow to arrange a time for the photo. Only individual pictures will be taken next week. Lifetouch will not be taking class photos this year. Ordering information can be found on mylifetouch.com using the Picture Day ID: EVT393H9V

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  • CCTS ADMISSIONS & CAREER INFORMATION NIGHT & SUMMER CAMPS

    Parents of 7th and 8th graders, please join us to learn how your child can have it all–a high school education, employable skills, and the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school. Graduates of Camden County Technical Schools (CCTS) have many options including obtaining employment in a career that is in demand or attending two- and four- year colleges. Students at CCTS receive their academic classes as well as career training plus the opportunity to participate in sports, clubs, and a variety of after–school activities. CCTS offers 30+ career areas in Automotive Technology, Construction Trades, Business, Communication Arts, Health and Education, Homeland Security, Performing Arts & Music, Professional Services, and STEM. To learn more about our high school as a tuition-free option for your child, please attend one of our Career & Admissions Information Sessions. If you have already been accepted, there is an option for you to attend a different presentation on the same nights and meet your school counselor and career teacher(s). Space is extremely limited and all attendees must submit to a temperature check upon arrival, wear a face mask while on campus, and social distance. Pre-registration required at CCTS.org under the Admissions link on the left. Due to capacity limitations, each student may only have one parent/guardian accompany them. Guests not pre-registered will not be permitted to attend. Parents of 8th graders please note that we are still accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year, but space is very limited. Parents of 7th graders please note the application portal on our website opens on July 1st for the 2022-2023 school year. Click the headline to register..

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  • 2021-2022 School Calendar

    Click to view the 2021-2022 School Calendar

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  • Kindergarten Roundup

    Click above for information regarding Kindergarten Roundup for the 2021-2022 School Year

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  • Click here for a list of resources available during the COVID 19 pandemic

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  • Direct link to OnCourse Connect for Parents

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  • Copy of the Daily Health Screener Form (paper copy if needed)

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  • Parent Resources for September 2020

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  • Gibbsboro School District Health Related School Closure Preparedness Plan

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  • West Brothers Visit Gibbsboro School

    The West Brothers, a musical group from Cherry Hill, visited Ms. Maggioncalda's 5th grade class on Friday, December 14th. The brothers played songs and answered questions from the students. Click to see a video of their performance.

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  • Veterans Day Celebration at Gibbsboro School

    On Monday, November 11th, Gibbsboro School had its annual Veterans Day assembly. The assembly was led by Mr. Marcellus and Mr. Prowisor. The students learned about the history of Veterans Day, the branches of the military and the importance of service. A big thank you goes out to local veterans, Steve Head, Jay Colavita, Walter Swierczynski, Steven DeLuca and Mr. Prowisor for sharing their experiences and their service to our country.

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  • Gibbsboro Soccer Team: 2019 League Champions.

    Congratulations to the Gibbsboro Soccer team. They won the league championship game by a score of 4-0.

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  • Additional School Drop off/ Pick Up Option

    Starting tomorrow, Monday September 30th, the additional option of turning down Lauer Lane will be available as a one way street turning off of Kirkwood Road. Cars can park on the right side of the road, pick up and/or drop off and then continue down Lauer to exit. Attached to this email is a photo provided by the Gibbsboro PD. All of the current options are still available. This option is just an additional way that you can choose to drop off and/or pick up your child. We hope this is helpful for parents moving down Kirkwood with the school on their left and would rather not enter the parking lot. Click for larger image of map.

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  • Gibbsboro School's Little Free Library

    Introducing Gibbsboro School’s Little Free Library We are excited to introduce Gibbsboro School’s very own Little Free Library in memory of Mrs. Grimm. A Little Free Library is a perfect testament to Mrs. Grimm. It is meant to share the joy of reading and bring smiles to the people in the community, two things Mrs. Grimm was great at. Anyone is welcome to stop by, browse the bookshelf, and take a book. There are no fees or due dates. After you’re done reading or if you have some books at home that you are no longer reading, you can donate them to the library by simply adding them to the bookshelf. We want to say thank you to our wonderful HSA for filling our library with new books!

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  • Kindergarten Earth Day Project

    To help celebrate earth day on April 22nd, KH and KS turned Trash into Treasure by using old items to repurpose into new items. All of the students came up with great new items with their recyclables. Some of the items included bird feeders, a piggy bank, a back pack rocket launcher, a checkers games, and terrariums. All of the items are currently on display in the kindergarten hallway for you to check out.

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  • Spartan Spotlight

    This episode of Spartan Spotlight features Mrs. Jungclaus. Click here to view episode.

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  • Veteran's Day at Gibbsboro School

    On Monday, November 12th, Gibbsboro School celebrated veterans from five branches of our military. The group consisted of members that served in the past as well as members currently serving our country. The veterans spoke about their personal experiences and there was an extensive presentation from our own teacher, Mr. Prowisor. Thank you to all of our veterans that have protected our freedom at to Mr. Prowisor for putting together a special presentation.

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  • New Traffic Flow for Drop Off & Pick Up

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  • OnCourse Connect Login Page

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  • Gibbsboro School named 2014 National School of Character!

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