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  • Career Launch Internship Interest Showcase

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    Have you taken a Career Connect class before? Are you a 9th-11th grader interested in participating in a paid Summer internship? If you answered yes to both questions, please come to our Internship Showcase Night in the GWHS Cafeteria on Tuesday, November 13 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. Past Career Launch participants will be on hand to inform and answer questions about this amazing Work-Based Learning opportunity. See you there!

  • Try Out for the GW Girls Basketball Team

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    Tryouts for the 2018-2019 GW Girls Basketball teams will be held on Monday, November 12, starting at 2:45pm in the GW Gymnasium. Please RSVP in the Athletic Office if you would like to participate.

  • Last Chance for Thanksgiving Meal 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. This week is your last chance to sign up – please return the form by this Friday, November 9 to the mailbox outside Room 109, or email your completed form to

  • Perform for GW’s 2019 Culture Fest

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    The Culture Fest Committee has begun planning for the March 2019 GW Culture Fest. If you’re interested in performing, joining the fashion show, or helping with other entertainment, come talk to Ms. Jensen, Mr. Bonansinga, or Eric Sherman.

  • P3 Community Meeting – Signs of Suicide

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    Date: Wednesday, November 14
    Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
    Location: GW Library
    Pizza, drinks, childcare, and interpretation services will be provided.

    Students and parents, please come for pizza and join in this important conversation! The GW mental health team will present the warning signs of depression and suicide, current trends, and special populations at greater risk. Sherri Cole from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will share her professional expertise along with her own story of losing a child to suicide. Students will courageously share their personal experiences and participate in a community discussion.

    In addition, you may find it helpful to read these recent local news stories (warning for discussion of student suicides) from the Colorado Sun and 9 News that help describe the urgency of this topic for our local community, and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s fact sheet about suicide risk factors and warning signs. We hope many GW families will join together for more information and conversation in support of our students.

    If you would like to attend, please RSVP HERE.