Announcements

Announcements

  • Join the GW Wrestling Team

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    The Patriot wrestling team needs you!  Wrestling preseason conditioning is happening every Monday and Wednesday from 3:30pm – 5:00pm and every Saturday from 9:00am – 11:00am in the GW Gym. This is to get ready for the season starting on Monday, November 12.

    The team is looking to recruit both boys and girls. Girls wrestling is growing! Eight years ago there were 12 female wrestlers in the state, and last year there were 386. There will be all-female tournaments scheduled this year.

    No experience necessary to join, just a willingness to learn something new and be part of a strong team. Speak with Coach Finesilver or Mr. Maguire for details. Let’s show Colorado what the Patriots are made of!

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  • Free Bus Passes from the Patriot Coffee Cart

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    Students! Need help paying for your monthly bus pass? The Patriot Coffee Cart will help! Apply through Ms. Vigil to receive a free bus pass, compliments of your Patriot Coffee Cart. The first ten to apply will receive their bus pass free!

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  • Game and Movie Nights in the GW Library

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    Come to the Library at 3:30pm this Friday, November 2 for Movie Night! The movie will be announced on Friday. The Library is also hosting the first Game Night of the year next Thursday, November 8, from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. The Library bans on gaming and eating will be temporarily lifted – stop by with your friends to watch movies and play on consoles hooked up to the Library’s TVs. Bring snacks to share!

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  • GW Colorado Thespian Conference Showcase

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    The GW Patriot Players will be hosting a showcase of the performances, presentations, and college auditions they have been preparing for the Colorado State Thespian Conference. Come see a preview of their hard work in the GW Auditorium on Friday, November 16 starting at 7:00pm.

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  • Theatre College Night

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    So you want to major in theatre in college – what do you need to do next? On Wednesday, November 14 at 6:30pm in Room 213, Mr. Hasbrouck will be hosting a college night for prospective theatre students of all ages. What should you look for in a theatre college? Do you need something to fall back on? What are the odds of getting a career in theatre after college? How will an I.B. diploma help you? Learn the answers to these questions and more, and ask your own! Join for cookies, coffee, and information.

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  • [panda]MONIUM! Performance on Friday, November 2

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    Come join GW’s improv troupe [panda]MONIUM! this Friday, November 2 at 7:00pm for a night of comedy! Admission is free, and the charity we are supporting will be announced at the show. We hope to see you there!

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  • November RTD Bus Passes Available

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    November RTD Bus passes are ready for pickup. Please stop by the Treasurers office, and bring your student ID. All passes must be picked up before Monday, November 5.

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  • Thanksgiving Meal Baskets from the GW Food Pantry

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    The P3 Food Pantry will be offering Thanksgiving Meal Food Baskets again this year. They include a turkey and all the sides for a full Thanksgiving dinner. Baskets can be delivered to your home or picked up at the school. The application form is located outside Room 109, or available for download HERE. Please return the form by Friday, November 9 to the mailbox outside Room 109, or email your completed form to gwhs_studentassistance@yahoo.com.

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  • Mandatory Senior Meeting – Thursday, November 8

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    Seniors, there will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, November 8, 730am – 8:30am in the Auditorium, to learn about ordering your caps and gowns. All seniors must attend. See Ms. Richason in Room 105A or email her at alyssa_richason@dpsk12.org if you have questions.

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  • GW Student Perception Surveys

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    During the week of November 5-9, all students will be completing a Student Perception Survey in one of their second period classes. The SPS is an important way for teachers to receive constructive and supportive feedback from students on their instruction. Each student will complete a survey about two of their teachers, and how each facilitates learning, supports students, and sets high expectations. Student responses are confidential and important to teacher growth.

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