Mr. Head's 2nd Grade Class
over 1 year ago, Mark Head
What a scary bunch!
Attention Jr/Sr High Parent: We are looking to schedule picture retakes/make up pictures. In order to be the most efficient in this process we are asking that you contact Stephanie Kitchens at if you WANT your child to have their picture retaken. Thanks
over 1 year ago, Stephanie Kitchens
Thank you HELPS for the fun! #LonghornPride
over 1 year ago, Kaitlin Knaub
6th grade party! #LonghornPride
A big shout out to Morgan Baker for organizing the manor costume walk! #LonghornPride
over 1 year ago, Jamie Soper
Foods I Kool-aid Popcorn! #Longhornpride
over 1 year ago, Mary Schutz
Costume Parade - Kimbal County Manor and Vista Villa. Thank you for having us!!
over 1 year ago, Jamie Soper
Mrs. Fryda’s pumpkins on Halloween. #LonghornPride
over 1 year ago, Katie Fryda
Mrs. Fryda’s pumpkins.
Check out 3rd Grade's Spider Webs!!
over 1 year ago, Miah Fonder
Spider Webs
Congratulations to Amy Birkhofer for being selected to sing the National Anthem prior to the start of the 2020 NSAA class C1 state championship football game on Tuesday, November 24th at 2:42 CST. She was selected from a group of over 150 candidates that auditioned and will sing at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln and live on NET statewide television. #longhornpride
over 1 year ago, Ken Smith
Vocal music teacher and Amy Birkhofer
Today, October 29, 2020, Kimball Public Schools received notice of an employee and a student positive with COVID-19. Kimball Public Schools is fully cooperating with public health contact tracers to identify other individuals who were in close proximity to these individuals(within 6 feet for a period of at least 15 minutes). Public health officials will directly notify any staff or students that may need to self-quarantine. As Kimball Public Schools is currently in the "Orange" phase, we continue to strongly encourage you to please wear a mask to school, on the bus, and at sporting events. Masking is key to keeping kids in school. Please see the infographic PPHD uses for School Investigations found in the COVID-19 tab on our school website: If anyone is experiencing any of the following: cough, fever, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, body chills, headache, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, testing for COVID-19 is available at and you can sign up with your email address for testing in the local area by contacting your medical provider. Protect yourself from COVID-19 by maintaining 6-foot distance away from others, wash or sanitize your hands often, wear a mask, and clean/disinfect frequently touched surfaces. We all have a part in the important prevention of COVID-19.
over 1 year ago, Trevor Anderson
The Kimball junior high wrestling tournament that was scheduled for Tuesday November 3 at Kimball has been moved to Monday November 16 starting at 10:00 am in the main gym. Due to our current covid protocol we will be allowing just one parent per wrestler.
over 1 year ago, Ken Smith
The next Coffee with the Superintendent will be on Thursday, November 5 from 6:30 - 7:30 AM at the Main Street Market. Hope to see you there! #LonghornPride
over 1 year ago, Trevor Anderson
Our Kindergarten students are reading! Nice job Noah!
over 1 year ago, Jamie Soper
Great 1st quarter!!
over 1 year ago, Jamie Soper
4th grade snowman cooperation
over 1 year ago, Jamie Murdoch
4th grade snowman ⛄
The Lady Longhorns fall to South Platte by a score of 25-13 and drop the match 3-0. The loss ends their season with a record of 4-23. Thank you to our seniors Ashlynn, Megan, and Sydney for all your contributions to the program! #LonghornPride
over 1 year ago, Trevor Anderson
Longhorns drop second set 25 to 7
over 1 year ago, Ken Smith
The Lady Longhorns drop the 1st set against South Platte by a score of 25-14
over 1 year ago, Trevor Anderson
7th grade students started their ecosystem boxes today in Geography! What does this have to do with geography, you ask? An ecosystem is a geographic area where plants, animals, and other organisms, as well as weather and landscape, work together to form the “bubble of life!” These living and non-living parts all come together to form the different places that people can live. Can’t wait to show everyone the final products!!! #longhornpride
over 1 year ago, Ashley Heidemann
Which ecosystem does this plant belong to?
Can you guess the ecosystem in this box?
Do you know which ecosystem where this animal lives?
Reminder to students and parents: Tomorrow’s (Wednesday 10/28) classes will be following the “A” schedule.
over 1 year ago, Wade Brashear