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The Class of 1983 is having its class reunion on July 19th & 20th. Visit the Garber Alumni Page for more information and a link to the registration form.
The Garber High School National Honor Society has expanded its paper recycling project. They now have a recycling bin in the front of our elementary school. Newspapers, magazines, or any recyclable paper product that you place in the bin will go to NHS who will use the proceeds for community projects.
The Garber Alumni Page has been updated to reflect scholarship news and the status of the endowment funds. The Alumni Page is located under People in our menu.
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Total of Alumni Funds Updated January, 2012
The Garber Alumni Association has established four funds for our school. The first was the Garber Alumni Fund, founded in 2009 that raised over $10,000 with a $5000 match from the Communities Foundation of Oklahoma. In 2010, the alumni established two more funds. The GHS Championship Fund recognizes the achievements of the student body regarding scholarship, music, agriculture and sports. The Breckinridge Fund for GHS was established to honor residents of the Breckinridge community for their contributions to Garber Schools and to foster post-graduate study of rural development.
In 2011, the Merl Huntsinger Fund was established. Mr. Huntsinger is a member of the Class of 1935 and decided to donate part of his estate to this fund. Our Foundation matched his donation giving the Fund a total of $25,000.
Donations, including the matching funds from our Foundation, Communities Foundation of Oklahoma, totaled $42,210 in 2011. The donations came in mostly small contributions from over 150 dedicated alumni. The response was overwhelming. With the help of some matching funds from the Communitites Foundation of Oklahoma, the three funds now total $98,876 as of January, 2012. Visit the alumni page for more information about this extraordinary endeavor and to learn how you can donate online or by mail.
The mission of Garber Public Schools is to prepare all students so that they develop the knowledge and skills to achieve success and become active citizens who contribute to their community.