The University of Nebraska-Omaha is a college that many Gothenburg graduates go on to attend, but Freshman Camryn Klintworth isn’t only a graduate of Gothenburg but has received the 2020 Department of Defense Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation Scholarship (SMART Scholarship).
Gothenburg Public School Board held their monthly meeting on May 10, at 7:00 p.m. in the Greenhouse Classroom of the Discovery Center. Their primary focus for the night was how to do what’s best for their students when it comes to curriculum and learning. Nate Wyatt, President of the School Board, sat down with the Gothenburg Times to discuss some of the changes the board has voted on.
On May 12th, Dudley Elementary thirdgraders took the afternoon to explore the Pony Express Station at Ehmen Park. Matt Weiss, the lead Museum Curator at the Pony Express Association in Gothenburg, called the Gothenburg Times excited about inviting us to witness the third-graders exploring the grounds.
“The naughtiest thing that I’ve ever done was, when I was young, I would go to the cemetery and scare people,” shared my grandmother, Nadine Douglas, as she sat at the table on the back porch watching the trains go by. I was pretty shocked that Douglas would do a thing like that since she acts way differently these days; but it was also pretty funny because I can just imagine people’s faces when she scared them! It reminded me of how she used to play pranks on her sisters all the time.