Students, you can have a say in choosing George’s next principal! If you are interested in joining the Principal Selection Committee, you can pick up the application form from Ms. Vigil in the Main Office, or download it HERE. Please return the form to Ms. Vigil by Friday, January 12.
Seniors will have a mandatory meeting this Thursday, January 11, 7:30am – 9:00am in the Auditorium. All Seniors must attend the meeting in order to go to Prom. Check-in will begin in Pikes Peak Lobby at 7:00am. The meeting will start right at 7:30am, so be sure to arrive early!
Please recognize the great work going on at George Washington High School by using the form HERE to nominate a member of our staff to be Employee of the Month. The Collaborative School Committee is looking for nominees who exhibit professionalism, contribute to the community, and go above and beyond to make George great. Please be expansive in your writing, as it gives us a better picture of your nominee!
It’s never too late (or too early) to start thinking about Life After George, so come join P3 for the annual Patriot Alumni Panel this Thursday, January 11, at 6:30pm in the GW Library. Bring your parents, have some free pizza, and hear from a great group of GWHS grads talking about where they’ve been since high school, and how they got there. On this year’s panel of members of George’s Class of 2016, you will hear from:
- Emma Bakken – Kenyon College
- Isabella Gianani – George Washington University
- Rochelle Gudder – Colorado Mesa State University (Gap Year)
- Kendra Johnson – Langston University
- Julia Fontana – University of Colorado (transferred from Lewis & Clark)
- Daniel Sarche – Colorado College
- Yasmeen Cofield – University of Northern Colorado (transferred from CCD)
- Elena Staver – University of Puget Sound
- Noah Pacheco – University of ColoradoKate Burnite – University of San Diego
The GW IB Parents’ Association will meet on Wednesday, January 17, from 7:30am – 8:30am in the IB Office. Please join us to discuss the Senior IB Celebration, bringing Mandarin to George, future GWIB/P3 volunteer needs, and ideas to promote GWIB within our community. Questions or feedback? Please contact Maura Mackintosh at email@example.com.
PSAT-9 scores are now available! Students should receive their score reports this week from their first period teachers. Students can create College Board accounts HERE to access their full score reports. Students can also create Khan Academy accounts HERE, and link the two accounts for personalized practice as they prepare for future PSAT tests.
For more information on score reports and next steps for students, please review the information provided HERE.