Anderson Studio will be here at the school for Cap and Gown pictures on Friday, February 15 in the Community Room, 7:00am – 3:00pm. Appointments are necessary to allow each senior the personal attention necessary for a great picture. Information on how to make an appointment was mailed home to each senior; you can also find details in the Main Office or on flyers found around the school.
Do you love to dance? Join the Elite Patriot Dancers for their second semester season. The Elite Patriots Dancers are hosting tryouts January 29 and 30 in the Community Room, 3:30pm – 5:30pm. You must attend both days. Good luck! See Ms. Richason in Room 105a if you have questions.
Interested in meeting new people, joining a team, and learning to play golf? Join the GW Girls Golf team and learn the sport of a lifetime, make new friends, and compete against other like-minded golfers of all skill levels. You don’t need your own golf clubs – we have them for you! Come to an informational meeting for both new and returning players this Friday, January 25 in Room 132 during lunch.
This year, registration for all AP exams will run January 28-March 6. During this time, students will register and pay their exam fees online using the form HERE. Because of changes in how accounting is handled within Denver Public Schools, all AP exam fees will now be paid online at the time of registration.
Each AP exam costs $94, and there is an additional $4 online payment administration fee. As with previous AP administrations, please contact Kelly Vigil in the Treasurer’s Office for financial assistance in paying AP exam fees.
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: GWHS Library
Pizza, childcare, and interpretation services will be provided.
It has never been easier for teens to have damaging experiences for which they are not prepared. GW students, parents, and community members are invited to join Zach and Joel Appel for a thought-provoking dialogue about the experiences of both father and son after Zach’s decision, then 14, to begin using drugs and alcohol which nearly ended his life three years later. The talk will focus on behaviors and evidence that indicate a problem, parents’ enabling behaviors that seem loving but perpetuate a bad situation, the importance of healthy boundaries, and specific suggestions for keeping teens safe. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP HERE.