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  • Round Two of GW Varisty Cheer Tryouts

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    Attention, Patriots! Do you feel bummed out that you missed your opportunity to try out for GWHS Varsity Cheer? No worries – you have another opportunity! Bring your parent and come to the Parent Informational Meeting on May 12, 2018 at 2:00pm in the GW Community Room. Clinics will be May 15, 16, and 17 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, with Tryouts on Friday, May 18 at 6:00pm. For more information, contact Head Coach Shean McKelvin at See you there!

  • Seniors – Report Scholarships by May 1

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    Seniors, Tuesday, May 1 is the final day to report all scholarships you have received to Ms. Rainey in the Future Center. This information will be included in the Class of 2018 graduation program.

  • IB Seniors – Last Day of Classes

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    IB Seniors, your last day of classes is today, April 26! Make sure to update your contact information on Naviance to ensure you continue to receive important senior updates and information. Visit the Future Center if you need assistance with this.

  • UPDATE: No Classes Friday, April 27

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    UPDATE: After careful review, DPS has chosen to cancel all Friday classes.

    DPS has been working extraordinarily hard and in partnership with superintendents across the state to press our state government to restore education funding to our schools and ensure our students and our educators receive the supports and compensation they deserve.

    The statewide teachers association, the Colorado Education Association, is planning a statewide rally of educators on Friday, April 27, to advocate for greater state funding and expects that many of our teachers will participate. As such, we’ve been working with our teachers on a plan that will have as minimal impact as possible on our students and families.

    That’s why DPS has decided to schedule an early release day on Friday, April 27. The planned early release will not impact student meals. We are committed to feeding every child, every day, so bagged lunches will be available for every student on April 27.

    Also, the planned early release day will not impact the African-American Young Ladies’ Summit or the 34th Annual Shakespeare Festival. The Shakespeare Festival will follow its regular schedule. Students who go back to school after the festival will be provided with transportation home.

    We’ve gathered information to help you plan for this early release day.

    Period 1            7:30am – 8:00am
    Period 2            8:05am – 8:35am
    Period 3            8:40am – 9:10am
    Period 4            9:15am – 9:45am
    Period 5            9:50am – 10:20am
    Period 6            10:25am – 10:55am
    Period 7            11:00am – 11:30am
    Lunch              11:30-12:15 for students

    All district-scheduled athletic games will not be cancelled. Students should check with their teacher sponsors regarding the scheduling of any club related after-school activities.

    If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call our main office at 720-423-8600.

  • District 9th Grade Health Screenings

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    The state mandated hearing, vision, dental, and BMI screenings for all 9th grade students at George will take place on May 4, May 7, and May 8, with rechecks on May 9. Please make sure that your student is in school on these days and that they wear their glasses or a hearing aid if this has been prescribed to them. Your support as parents is greatly appreciated in making sure that we are able to provide this important service to our students.