Excellence.
Responsibility.
Life-Long Learners.

Panther Pride
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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.

Calendar

View Fillmore Central Schools' activity and athletic calendar. Download it right to your smartphone so you can get the most up-to-date schedules.

Live Stream

Can't make the game or event tonight? You can watch it live through StrivTV on your smartphone, laptop, desktop, etc. We thank you for tuning in to support our student athletes!

Scholarships

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

Riley Moses - nominated by Dave S. Riley always has a smile on his face and is in a cheerful mood, always quick to greet others. He is friendly and respectful to staff and other students. He is a leader and a positive role model. Riley gives good effort in both the classroom and his activities. He is well liked by both staff and his peers.

 

 

 

Middle School Students of the Month Award

5th Grade: Addison Ekeler
Addison always has everything turned in on time and is always checking with her teachers to check and make sure she is caught up. She keeps her area organized and walks in the hallways.

6th Grade: Amari Hall
Amari shows respect by doing what is expected in the classroom and in the hallways. He is respectful to students and staff members everyday. He shows positive attitude and work ethic.

7th Grade: Cody Griess
Cody shows safety by following all school rules in the classroom and school grounds. Cody shows respect by treating peers and adults appropriately and maintains a positive, polite demeanor.

8th Grade: Aidan Trowbridge
Aidan always has his homework done and prepares well for all his major assessments. He is always willing to help out in doing whatever he needs to be done for not only himself but also others and the school.

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