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Announcements

  • Graduation Cords

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    Graduation cords for various activities and academic achievements will be provided at graduation before the ceremony begins. Be sure to get there promptly at 9:30am to pick up your cord.

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  • Graduation Details

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    The Class of 2017 Graduation Ceremony is this Thursday, May 25 at 11:00am at the Denver Coliseum. Graduates need to be there by 9:30am and enter through Door #4.

    The Denver Coliseum is located at I-70 (Brighton Blvd. Exit 275B) and Humboldt Street, just east of the junction of I-25 with I-70.

    Please allow a little more time to get to the coliseum as there are some detours and/or road closures around the area. Construction and road improvements has reduced Brighton Blvd to one lane in each direction between 29th and 38th streets. McFarland Drive is closed from Arkins Court to 44th Street. Be sure to plan your trips accordingly. Check online HERE to get an update on the closures and detours. For detours and drop off locations, please see the map below:

    Coliseum Parking and Detours

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  • Ambassador Info Meeting

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    Students! There is still time to apply to be a Student Ambassador. Stop by the Community Room on Wednesday, May 24 at lunch to learn more and sign up on the spot. All students can apply! If you are unable to attend the meeting, stop by Room 120 to speak to Ms. Richason.

    The online Student Ambassador application is also still available HERE. You must use your school email to apply.

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  • Junior Escort Meeting

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    Junior Escorts! There will be a brief meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, May 23, in the Community Room at the beginning of Lunch. Please be there early to get the necessary information.

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  • Get Involved With Patriot Pairs at George!

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    Do you want to spend time at George without humiliating your child? Do you want to be in the know at GW? If so, become a mentor next fall in the Patriot Pairs Mentoring Program. If you have a college degree, you can be a big help to a low income GW student who does not have a parent who went to college. We will train you. You will meet with your mentee from 7:30am – 9:00am on Wednesday mornings (before work) and give your mentee advice, encouragement, support, and friendship. Join us and make a difference!

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  • Accepting Applications to Yearbook Leadership

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    Yearbook is looking for motivated, curious, determined individuals to serve on the leadership team. You will be directly involved with the decisions around making the book and so much more. Please visit the GW Yearbook website to apply.

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  • Robotics Fundraiser at Potbelly Sandwich Shop on May 18

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    Join our George Washington Robotics team on Wednesday, May 18, from 5:00pm – 8:00pm at the Potbelly Sandwich Shop on 935 Colorado Boulevard for a fundraiser to show your support. Potbelly is celebrating their 40th anniversary, and 40% of the proceeds from those three hours will go to our Robotics team. Make sure to mention the team when you order, and we hope to see you there!

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  • GW Post Grad Volunteers Needed

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    GW is seeking volunteers to help guide Seniors through their Naviance profiles next Fall.

    OUR GOAL: Provide every GWHS senior with individualized support to be prepared for a successful post-GW future.

    NEEDED: 20 – 24 parents and/or community members who are interested in working one on one with Seniors in the Fall. We are seeking individuals who want to have a meaningful and focused experience working with a small number of GWHS students.

    TIME COMMITMENT: 3 hours per week for 4 – 5 consecutive weeks from mid-September – November.

    TRAINING & SKILLS: We will be having 2 training sessions that last 2 hours each in late August/early September to teach volunteers the script that they will use to help guide each Senior through their Naviance profile.

    Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness online solution that helps align student strengths and interests to future pursuits. Visit the Naviance website for more information on this tool. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Shelly Sibelius at stsibelius@msn.com by June 5.

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  • 2017-2018 Class Schedules

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    Class schedules for 2017-2018 will be available for pick-up in the North Lobby on the morning of Wednesday, May 17. Schedule changes will be conducted as follows:

    Rising Sophomores: Thursday, May 18
    Rising Juniors: Friday, May 19
    Rising Seniors: Thursday, May 18 & Friday, May 19

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  • Locker Clean Out

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    Locker Clean Out for students will begin next week on Monday, May 22. The facilities team will be cleaning all lockers out on Friday, May 26 after finals. Any items left will be staged for pick-up until Friday, June 2. After June 2, items will be donated.

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