Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Community Unified School District 5
307 N. Sangamon Avenue
Gibson City, IL 60936
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Community Unified School District 5 News
Congratulations to Josh Bleich on his selection as May Student of the Month.
The following students were nominated by GCMS Staff for April Student of the Month
Ludlow Community Consolidated School District 142, Deland-Weldon Community Unit School District 57 and Potomac Community Unit School District 10 received the best financial ratings by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) for their 2018 finances.
The Middle School track meet for today (Thu. May 2) has been cancelled due to rain and wet grounds.
The 2019 season of Ford County’s Special Olympics Bowling is ready to roll and the first practice will be Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the Gibson Bowl in Gibson City at noon, 12pm.
GCMS High School will send multiple representatives to Parkland College on Sunday, April 14th for the News-Gazette All Star game.
Ryland Holt has been named the March Student of the Month for GCMS High School.
At today’s Illinois Prep TopTime’s meet (the unofficial indoor season championships) senior Delanie Dykes placed 1st in the 800 and 2nd in the 400.
The GCMS High School Chorus Department is pleased to announce this year’s musical, Guys and Dolls.
Spending per pupil at Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Community Unified School District 5 is up 7.6 percent from five years ago, according to a Chambana Sun analysis of district finances.
Supper: 5:00-6:00 pm in the High School Commons - Donation Appreciated.
Owing to the forecast, our high school girls’ regional game has been moved up to 6:30pm at Beecher.
Administrators in Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley Community Unified School District 5 earn an average of $110,114 per year, ranking 233rd out of 864 districts in the state.
The forecast for tomorrow morning calls for significant snowfall totals in our area, with little let up throughout the day.
Another alumnus in the spotlight today!
It’s a pleasure to share this “Clergy Corner” spotlight on 2008 alumnus Joseph Bein.
Too fun not to share, courtesy of the News Gazette.
Our high school girls team just captured 3rd place in the Monticello Holiday Hoopla tournament!
Armstrong-Ellis Community School District 61, Tri Point Community Unit School District 6j and Urbana School District 116 spend the most per student in Greater C-U, according to the latest Illinois Schools Report Card.
Congratulations to the Middle School Cheerleaders!