The Rambler

Animal Rescue Begins In Mills County

March 22, 2019

Filed under News

In light of the current flooding where hundreds have been displaced, the often overlooked victims are dogs, cats, and countless farm animals. Massive flooding around Pacific Junction forced families to leave in the middle of the n...

Update on Water Usage at School

Gable Thompson, Entertainment Editor

March 19, 2019

Filed under News, Showcase

Superintendent Devin Embray has sent out an email updating the school on the situation with the water shutdown. The email states that, at the time of writing, the city has 24-48 hours left of clean water. After the reserve...

Snow Days Will Not Be Forgiven

Ryan Schnurr, Contributor

March 19, 2019

Filed under News

This year's winter has been harsh, harsh enough to cause school cancellations to be plenty and often. Thus far, the district has tallied eight snow day cancellations. As of the publishing date of this article, the final of day...

Shutdown of Water Treatment Facility May Lead to School Cancellation

Gable Thompson, Entertainment Editor

March 18, 2019

Filed under News

As of this morning, March 18, the water treatment facility for Glenwood has been shutdown. Since the shutdown, the treatment facility is no longer able to produce any more clean water. The city of Glenwood has a reserve of...

Students, Administration Weigh in on Effects of Skipping Class

Teresa Hutchinson, Contributor

March 15, 2019

Filed under News

Skipping class has become an issue at the high school. Students simply decide they don’t want to attend class, then leave school or wander the halls aimlessly. The consequences just don’t seem so lamentable. The Rambler...

GCHS Converts to New Due Dates Policy

Isabella Milone, News Editor

February 28, 2019

Filed under News

Not docking students' grades when work is turned in late is part of the new standard referenced grading system that GCHS has adopted. “The goal of standard referenced grading is that all students learn the content, no...