Wednesday, March 07, 2018
  • Cindy Moore

David Josoff juggles Jessie Case, age 3, and his plate in order to catch a stack of pancakes at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Wee Lamb Preschool hosted the Pan- cake Man in conjunction with their Scholastic Book Fair last Tuesday night. The crowd enjoyed his humor and pancake flipping talents.

Six Gretna middle school students were selected to participate in the annual Blair Middle School Honor Band. Over 40 schools from eastern Nebraska will participate in this one day event on Saturday, April 7th. This year’s participants from the Gretna include Addie Moore, flute; Jamie Vaughn,…

  • Ruthie Isaacson

Gretna High School students experienced CAREEROCKIT February 12 through 18. This Omaha curriculum allows teens to explore local jobs in their communities.

Thursday, March 01, 2018
  • Ruthie Isaacson

Gretna Elementary School is echoing the warming hearts concept in February through notes of kindness. Although the original plan to show kindness and love was altered many times, GES found a way to make others smile.

Submitted Photo Boy Scout Troop 363 had a special visitor Wednesday night during a “Living History” performance at the Gretna Middle School. Darrel Draper brought George Drouillard to life in a 45-minute show, where he performed in character and historical attire. Drouillard was a colorful a…

For the 8th graders at Aspen Creek Middle School, the anticipation is almost over. The students’ hard work and long hours will pay off when they present to the public, for the annual POP (People of the Past) program. With over 130 students present- ing their work, POP will be divided into tw…

Thursday, February 22, 2018
  • Ruthie Isaacson

Senior Miranda Hansen is making a name for herself in the fashion industry. One of her upcoming competitions is Omaha Fashion Week, one Hansen knows like the back of her hand.

Thursday, December 28, 2017
  • Ruthie Isaacson

On Monday, December 19, the Gretna High School show Choir held their annual Cookie Walk and Concert. This event, hosted by the choir department, raises money from delicious homemade treats.

Area Boy Scouts will provide the 19th Annual Christmas Tree Pick–Up Drive. This year, Omaha area Troops 282, 558, 570, and Elkhorn Troop 429 will provide this community service project for curbside Christmas tree pick-up.

  • Ruthie Isaacson

The Gretna Public School Dis- trict recently released their an- nual community report for the 2016-1017 school year. The Gretna Guide & News has taken the document apart to create a snapshot of each section for our readers. This week, part three of the series focuses on the middle school…

Eight Aspen Creek Middle School students, Nicholas Goblirsch, Nicholas Coates, Jayden Mason, Philip Matya, Tanner Maas, Madyson Self, Hanna Annis, and Arabelle Horst, were finalists in the National Geographic Bee on December 13th. Nicholas Goblirsch, a seventh grade student, won the school c…

  • Ruthie Isaacson

Gretna Middle School One Act performed on Tuesday, December 19. “This is a great group of kids,” commented Gretna Middle School Speech and Drama In- structor Kate Widhalm. “I have students who are in every show they possibly can be in and I have students that this will be the only performanc…