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  • GW Math Teams Take Home Math Day Awards On Tuesday, April 18, three teams of GW Sophomores and Juniors competed at the Metro State Math Day against 33 other...

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  • GW’s Precious Blackbear Speaks on DPS Native American Youth Panel On April 18 and 19, DPS hosted an Equity training entitled ‘Unpacking Institutional Bias and Racism: Connecting with Our...

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  • GW Attendance Champs – 5th Six Weeks

    As we’ve written in the Patriot Post all year long, employers value an employee who demonstrates commitment to showing up on time to…

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  • GW JROTC Teams Compete at State Drill Competition The GWHS JROTC Color Guard, Drill Team and Honor Platoon competed at the Rocky Mountain Regional JROTC Drill Competition at the...

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  • CareerConnect Round Up – April 5, 2017 Before spring break, almost 50 GWHS CareerConnect students participated in a Skills Training Conference over the course of two days. The goal...

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  • Safe and Sober PROMise

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    In an effort to promote a memorable Prom experience, GW is inviting Junior and Seniors to participate in the GW Safe and Sober PROMise. When you purchase your tickets, fill out a PROMise pledge card to vow soberity on your Prom night and return it to the Main Office. Each pledge card will be placed on the PROMise board to display your commitment. You will also be entering yourself into a raffle to receive some cool prizes – GW swag, Prom Couples Tickets, or a Prom Singles Ticket. Making this promise will allow you to enjoy an evening full of fun.

    Prom tickets are $35 for Singles and $60 for Couples, and are on sale from May 1 until May 12 in the Treasurer’s Office. Seniors, remember you must have your ICAP Proof of Completion Form to purchase your tickets.

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  • May RTD Bus Passes Available

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    May’s RTD Bus Pass is available for pick up from the Main Office or the Treasurer. Stop by during student lunch or after school, and remember to bring your ID to pick up your pass.

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  • 2017 Spring Dance Concert

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    The George Washington High School Dance Department presents “Can’t Stop Dancing,” their annual Spring Dance Concert. The concert will be held in the GW Auditorium on Friday, May 5, at 7:30 pm and Saturday, May 6, at 2:00pm. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. For Saturday only, advance tickets are Buy 2 Get 1 Free. Advance tickets may be purchased from dance students or from Ms. J. in the Dance Room, 127D.

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  • Grounds Clean Up Day

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    Please help the GW Grounds Committee spruce up the grounds on Saturday, May 6, 9:00am – 11:00am. This will be our final Grounds Clean Up Day of the school year. Thank you to all students, faculty, and parents who have volunteered their time this school year to keep the GW campus looking great!

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  • Student Body President Election

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    Students! This week is election week for your next Student Body President. Three students are in the running to become GW’s next Student Body President for the 2017-2018 school year. Get your voice heard and vote! Voting will take place in English classes this week. English teachers will let students know when they can vote.

    Julia Bailey | Ena Dedic | Kelly Trang

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  • String Ensemble and Concert Band Concert

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    The String Ensemble and Concert Band will have a concert on Thursday, April 27. The concert will begin at 6:30pm in Room 141, and will last less than an hour. The pieces they will be performing demonstrate their learning, as well as a variety of musical styles. Admission is free and all are welcome.

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  • Class of 2021 Course Requests Are Now Open!

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    Class of 2021 – it’s time to choose your classes! Course requests are due by May 7, 2017. For more information, please click HERE.

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  • State Assessments

    What a fantastic couple of weeks our George students are having. Between our boys basketball team playing in the final state championship game, our robotics team being recognized with an Entrepreneurship award at the St. Louis Regional FIRST Tournament,…

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