Tonight’s presentation on financial aid options scheduled for 6:00pm to 7:00pm in the GW Library has been cancelled. Please check back for more information on upcoming Future Center events.
GW needs chaperones for this year’s Homecoming Dance. Homecoming is Saturday, September 29. Chaperones are needed for various shifts from 6:30pm – 11:00pm. Click HERE for more details, and for sign-up options if you’d like to chaperone.
Seniors – GW’s College Fair is next Tuesday, September 25 from 9:30am – 10:30am in the GW Gym. Have your questions answered by over 50 admissions officials, including representatives from Colorado State, DU, Colorado School of Mines, UNC, CU-Boulder, UCCS, Adams State, Metro State, and many community colleges. Listen for the announcement to be dismissed from class.
P3 Volunteers, the GW Future Center would appreciate your assistance with upcoming College Rep visits at GW. Volunteer time for each visit will be about 1 hour. You may volunteer for as many sessions as you would like. Upon sign up, volunteers will receive an email with specific instructions. If you’re interested, please fill out the form HERE. Thank you!
Please sign up HERE to meet and greet new and prospective parents and students at GW Coffees, Open Houses, and WelcomeFest this year. Join GW teachers, students, and staff in sharing an overview of the school and your family’s experiences at GW. Volunteers will receive P3 tees to wear. Thanks for your wonderful support!
Reminder: George Washington High School is hosting an all-school assembly this Friday, September 21, and will be operating on an assembly schedule, available HERE. GW faculty and students will be hosting the first half of the assembly by putting on performances to honor and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. For the second half of the assembly, students will view a presentation about suicide prevention and anti-bullying offered by The Hope and Love Tour and the Denver Broncos. Kolby Koloff, a recording artist and reality TV star, will share stories of her experiences with suicide and bullying, and perform two songs. Former NFL prospect Tevin Lucas will also share his personal story of overcoming poverty, suicide, and career-ending injury.
If you would prefer that your student not attend this assembly, please complete the opt-out form HERE and have them return it to their 2nd period teacher before Friday.
Are you a senior interested in scholarships to pay for college? Come to the Future Center this Thursday, September 20 from 2:45 pm – 3:15 pm for our Daniels Fund scholarship presentation. The Daniels Fund is a full ride, need-based scholarship offered to students who meet its GPA and SAT requirements. Visit their website or the Future Center to see if you qualify and come to our info session to learn more! No sign up necessary.
GW’s Ultimate Frisbee team is looking for a few more members. If you are interested, we practice on the North Soccer Field on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 4:00pm. No experience needed – just come with a desire to learn the sport and have fun!
Mr. Beard is hosting Gifted and Talented Support at George on Wednesdays this year. Try out the brand new High School Gifted and Talented App HERE. Complete the survey and schedule a Wednesday consultation with Mr. Beard in Room 223F in the library, or just drop by and say hello.
The Patriot Coffee Cart will be in the North Lobby before school on Thursdays! Enjoy a hot beverage and support GW Students needing assistance with bus passes. We offer coffee, chai tea, hot chocolate and green tea to help you start your day off right!
Homecoming Spirit Week starts next Monday, September 24! GW, remember to show your spirit and participate in this year’s theme days:
Monday: PJ Day
Tuesday: Jersey Day
Wednesday: Decades Day
Thursday: College and Career Day
Friday: Crazy Green and White Friday
If you are experiencing food scarcity or have grocery needs, the GW Food Pantry is open to students and staff for grocery shopping on Fridays from 2:30pm until 3:00pm. No registration is required. Just show up!
If you prefer to have your groceries delivered, the Food Pantry can also deliver a grocery basket to your home once a month. Forms for the delivery program are available outside of Room 109, or you can talk with Ms. Hartman in the Success Center. We will also be doing Thanksgiving Baskets and Winter Break delivery this year. Be sure to sign up for those if your family needs assistance.
If you have further needs around school fees or transportation, please stop by Ms. Hartman’s office in Room 112G.