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  • GW Catapult Competition

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    The Integrated Math 3 Classes are hosting their Catapult Competition Wednesday, October 24th at 9:00am. The competition is scheduled to take place at the Track, with the Gym as an alternate location if Wednesday’s weather requires it. All members of the community are invited to come out and see what math can do, as students attempt to hit various targets with the mini-catapults they have constructed using their new math skills.

    Interested in helping out, in person or via donation? Email Mr. Bolz at joseph_bolz@dpsk12.org.

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  • Upcoming IB Diploma Info Sessions

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    Sophomores and sophomore parents, are you interested in learning more about the IB Diploma? Join us on October 25 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm in the GW Library for an evening of information and conversation. Richard Maez, IB Program Manager, will provide an overview of the program. A student and parent panel will join him answer any questions you have about IB at George.

    Not able to make it? Mark your calendars for the following information sessions:

    Tuesday, November 13 from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Community Room
    Saturday, December 8 from 9:00am-10:30am in the Library

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  • Visit the GW Haunted House of Horrors

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    GW Students are invited to attend this year’s annual haunted house, The House of Horrors, on Tuesday, October 30, 3:30pm – 5:00pm on the Auditorium Stage. Tickets will be sold at the door for $1. Prepare to be scared!

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  • Join GW’s Summer 2020 Trip to Europe

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    The summer EF Tours trip for 2020 has been planned, and Berlin, Prague, and Vienna are on the agenda. Interested in attending, or at least learning how you can go? Mrs. O’Ryan will have a logistics meeting on Monday, October 29, from 6:00pm until 7:00pm in Room 24. If you plan on attending, drop her an email at emily_oryan@dpsk12.net. Bring a guardian and a excited spirit!

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  • 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 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. Please remind your student this is their opportunity to improve their learning experience by providing constructive and supportive feedback.

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