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Excellence. Responsibility. Life-Long Learners.

The mission of Fillmore Central Public Schools is to provide all students the opportunity and support to achieve excellence, develop responsibility, and become life-long learners.


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Senior year is busy with class papers, college applications and visits, scholarships, and graduation. No need to worry when you have a list of available scholarships at your fingertips.

Recent News

Hurricane Harvey

Fillmore Central Education Association (FCEA) wanted to help other schools that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.

AgVenture Day

Our 4th grade students joined students from surrounding schools along with several members of the local FFA chapters to learn about agriculture

Display for Panther Pride

$50.00 each. Please make check payable to Fillmore Central Schools. Contact Denise Betts or 402-759-3141.

Sportsmanship Summit

Students recently attended the Southern Nebraska Conference Sportsmanship Summit in McCool Junction, Nebraska.

High School Student of the Month Award

Trevor Swartz - nominated by Mr. Wusk. Trevor works extremely hard and puts in extra work when working on projects. He is very helpful around the shop. I can trust him with projects. He also uses is time wisely when working in class. Congratulations Trevor!




Middle School Students of the Month Award

5th Grade: Kayden Radke

Kayden has been doing a fantastic job getting his homework done. I have seen him making more of an effort to follow classroom guidelines. Kayden has shown improvement in taking responsibility for his school work. Kayden shows safe behavior by using classroom resources correctly. He keeps his area organized and I don't see him running in the halls.

6th Grade: Treygan Srajhans

Treygan shows up to class on time, with all his materials. He stays after class and helps me clean and straighten up my room for the next day. By helping me "keep things clean", we ward off the many sicknesses traveling through the building.

7th Grade: Lux Neiman

Lux is always prepared for class. She asks questions and turns in assignments on time and completed. Lux is always respectful towards me and fellow students. She handles her school supplies safely and walks into the classroom and in the halls.

8th Grade: Aiyana Rhoten

Aiyana is always prepared for class. She is ready to help those around her and she volunteers to help when asked. She shows respect to teachers and adults by always coming to class ready to work with a positive attitude. Aiyana helps others who might need help remembering the safest and best way to accomplish tasks during, before, and after class.

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