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september, 2016

28sep6:30 pm- 8:00 pmP3 Parent Feedback Forum6:30 pm - 8:00 pm GW Community Room

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This week the Student Voice Council (SVC) kicked off their work for the year by focusing on their structure and mission. The SVC is an organization of 10-12 students who come together to ensure that student voice is heard by administration concerning important school decisions. Their targeted areas of focus are: School Infrastructure, Student Teacher Relations, Neighborhood Outreach, and One George. ... See MoreSee Less

This week the Student Voice Council (SVC) kicked off their work for the year by focusing on their structure and mission. The SVC is an organization of 10-12 students who come together to ensure that student voice is heard by administration concerning important school decisions. Their targeted areas of focus are: School Infrastructure, Student Teacher Relations, Neighborhood Outreach, and One George.

Announcements

  • GW Jewish Student Connection Beach Party

    Today, the 27th, GW’s Jewish Student Connection will be hosting a Tel Aviv Beach Party in place of their regular club. Everyone is welcome to join us right now, at lunch, in the North Courtyard for fun games, good food, crafts, and much more! We can’t wait to see you there!Read More »
  • Seniors – GW FAFSA Workshop

    The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (also known as FAFSA) opens October 1st. Seniors are highly encouraged to complete this application to learn about which types of financial assistance they qualify for to help pay for college. Mrs. Reid will be hosting a FAFSA application workshop for families the evening of October 6th in rooms 221 and 224 from […]Read More »
  • 2016-17 PARCC Results

    The standardized test results from last year’s Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers | PARCC testing in English and Math are now accessible. Results have been loaded into the parent portal. Hard copies will be mailed in January with transcripts, if you would like your copy earlier, please stop by the main office.Read More »
  • Latin American Education Foundation Scholarship is Now Open!

    The mission of the Latin American Educational Foundation is to provide access to higher education for Hispanics in Colorado. LAEF scholarship funds can only go to a United States 2 or 4 year, non-profit, accredited college or university and students must be using these funds to complete an Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Graduate degree. In order to apply for the LAEF […]Read More »
  • Peer Tutoring

    Peer tutoring is available to all freshmen and sophomore students starting Monday September 26th. Tutoring is held from 2:40-4:00 every Monday and Wednesday in the library. Peer tutors are professionally-trained junior and senior students who have excelled in their given subject areas. Tutoring is available in all core subjects. Snacks will be provided!Read More »
  • Gifted and Talented Support at GW

    Gifted and Talented Support through scheduling consultations and appointments available in the counseling office 112C on Wednesday mornings 7:45am – 11:45am and Thursdays 7:45am – 3:00pm. Schedule a consultation by clicking HERE. Social Emotional/ Academic Counseling Underachievement Support Asynchronous Development Dabrowski’s Overexcitablities Learning to Breathe: Mindfulness Curriculum Professional Development for Entire Staff or Small Group GT at the High School Level […]Read More »
  • Seniors – Graduation Date 2017

    Seniors save the date! Graduation for the Class of 2017 will be held at the Denver Coliseum Thursday, May 25th, at 11am. More details will follow as we get closer the the event!Read More »
  • Seniors – CLEP Exam

    Seniors, if you are bilingual in either Spanish, French or German, you are eligible to take the CLEP exam for college credit free of cost. This will allow you to gain college credit and be eligible for the biliteracy diploma. Please go to room 203 to register by September 30th.Read More »
  • Peer Tutoring

    Peer tutoring is available to all freshmen and sophomore students starting Monday September 26th. Tutoring is held from 2:40-4:00 every Monday and Wednesday in the library. Peer tutors are professionally-trained junior and senior students who have excelled in their given subject areas. Tutoring is available in all core subjects. Snacks will be provided!Read More »
  • Picture Make-Up Day

    Friday October 7th is Picture MakeUp Day! This is only for those students who were not present during the first picture day. You cannot retake if you don’t like your school ID. Come to the Community Room during a lunch or an off period to get your picture taken. New and Absent students only.Read More »

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