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22aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmParent Volleyball Meeting6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

31aug2:30 pm- 6:30 pmAUDITIONS - Romeo & Juliet2:30 pm - 6:30 pm

31aug6:00 pm- 8:00 pmUnderstanding DPS's New Math Curriculum6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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  • GW’s Unified Improvement Plan for the 2016-2017 school year focused on goals that would support the academic growth of our students so they would graduate high school ready for...

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  • Inaugural George Washington Scholarship Fund Event George Washington High School is always hard at work looking for ways to support our college-bound seniors. One of George’s goals is college...

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  • Mosaic Bench is Latest Addition to GW Garden Thanks to the design created by student Luke McKenzie, artists in the IB Visual Arts and GSA club created a beautiful...

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  • Newspaper Students Win Best of Colorado Awards Several Surveyor newspaper students were recognized by the Colorado Student Media Association for best of Colorado print journalism. The following students were...

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  • The Class of 2017 has earned over $10 million in combined scholarship awards. Please read on to see the incredible accomplishments of our students.

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Announcements

  • Register for the 2017 Colorado Teen Book Con

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    Are you a book lover? Do you want to spend a Saturday meeting authors, attending keynote speeches from Maggie Stiefvater and David Levithan, and even participating in writing workshops? Tattered Cover’s Colorado Teen Book Con is coming up on November 4, and the GW Library is taking students! Registration is free for students between ages 13 and 20, but the Con can only accept a limited number of attendees, so if you want to go, make sure you fill out the registration form HERE as soon as possible to reserve your spot. You can also visit the Tattered Cover website for more information on the Con, and a list of guests and events.

    If you register, make sure to stop by the library and let Ms. Jensen or Kat know – we want to make sure we can take everyone who signs up!

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  • IB Junior & Senior Textbooks

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    For those students who purchased their textbooks through the IB book sale in May, your books are available to pick up in the IB office. Please pick them up ASAP.

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  • Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

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    Can you dance? Can you sing? Do you know a mariachi group? Do you have another idea for an act to showcase your Hispanic heritage? See Mrs. Torres in Room 204 to get involved in this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration!

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  • Volleyball Fundraiser at Chipotle

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    Please support the Girls Volleyball program this Friday, August 25, from 4:00pm – 8:00pm by buying Chipotle from the location across the street from George at 820 South Monaco Pkwy. 50% of proceeds will go toward the GW Volleyball program. Make sure to mention the fundraiser when you check out!

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  • Understanding DPS’s New Math Curriculum

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    DPS has adopted a new curriculum that is built on a foundation of Cooperative Learning, Problem Based Learning, and Mixed Space Practice. This may all seem new/different from what you and/or your student has experienced in the past. That said, we want you to have the chance to learn more about the new curriculum!

    While this year, these changes only effect freshman and sophomores – Integrated Math 1 and Integrated Math 2 (both College Prep and Honors level courses) – this curriculum will be pushed out to the third year math class next year, Integrated Math 3. We would love to have you come out, experience the new curriculum, and learn how to support your child as they work through the new curriculum this year!

    Date: August 31, 2017
    Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Location: GW Library

    If you’re interested in attending, or just want to learn more about the new curriculum, please click HERE!

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  • GW Annual Activity Fair

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    GW’s annual Activity Fair will take place in the North Parking Lot and North walkway Friday, September 1, 2017 at 2:00pm. Come out to learn about the 40+ clubs and activities we have at GW to join and get involved. GW will be on a pep rally schedule this day so plan accordingly.

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  • Schedule Changes

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    Schedule changes will be handled during the following hours:

    Freshmen: Monday, August 21 | 2:30pm – 3:15pm
    Seniors: Tuesday, August 22 | 11:10am – 11:55am
    Juniors: Wednesday, August 23 | 11:10am – 11:55am
    Sophomores: Thursday, August 24 | 11:10am – 11:55am

    Students are allowed to add/drop courses per district policy during the following periods and with the following terms:

    Change a Course
    Schedules will only be changed if they are wrong, not if ‘you don’t like it’. Schedules will not be changed to accommodate teacher or class period requests. Any exceptions will have to be approved by administration. The only reasons for a change are:

    • Graduation Requirement (short on core classes)
    • Short the required number of classes
    • College Requirements
    • Strengthening of schedule (level changes)

    Students are to continue to attend their scheduled classes until an updated schedule is delivered to them in class. It is important that students remain in their classes in order to receive an updated schedule. If your request is not granted, you will be notified via email. Your patience is appreciated since advisors will be managing a large number of requests.

    Drop/Withdraw from a Course
    A student may only change/drop a class during the first week of the semester. To drop an honors class, a note from a parent must be given to the advisor. To drop an AP class, along with a parent note, students must meet with Principal Scott Lessard. In both cases, a phone call will be made to the parent before the request is granted.

    Minimum Class Requirements

    • Seniors must take a minimum of 6 classes
    • Juniors must take a minimum of 6 classes
    • Sophomores and Freshman must take a minimum of 7 classes
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  • Student Schedules

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    Students! Be sure to pick up your class schedule in the North Lobby on the first day of school. The order of your courses may have changed as result of our work to balance class sizes. See you soon!

    August 21 | First Day of School for Freshmen
    August 22 | First Day of School for Grades 10-12

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  • Modified Schedule Monday, August 21st

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    GW will be welcoming the Class of 2021 with a host of activities on their first day of school, Monday, August 21st. The school will be operating on a modified schedule to accommodate these activities. Freshmen will begin their day by picking up their schedules in the North Lobby and heading to the Auditorium for a welcome assembly at 7:30am. Students will go to first period after the assembly concludes. Along with the amazing classes they’ll begin, freshmen will be receiving pizza for lunch and get a change to view the eclipse with their very own NASA approved Eclipse sunglasses! See you all Monday!

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