GLACIER WOLFPACK STUDENT OF THE WEEK: Only the most sincere and enthusiastic students earn “Glacier High Student of the Week”. Be very proud of their accomplishments! Junior JULI MALDONADO is selected as the GLACIER HIGH STUDENT OF THE WEEK for the week of March 19th. Juli was nominated by Ms. Harkins and her name was randomly drawn for the weekly nomination box. “Juli is a self-motivated learner. She is kind to everyone. She is reliable and diligent in her efforts. GHS appreciates Juli!” Juli has selected XM152-EN VIVO (Modern English & Spanish Hits) to be played in the GHS Hallways during the passing periods for the week.
Attention SOPHOMORES: Today March 19, all sophomore students will take early lunch, then report to the gym at 12:35 p.m. for CRT Science testing
Attention Seniors! The tickets for your Crosstown Craze Graduation Party go on sale March 1st. In the month of March the cost will be $25 with 6 chances at winning the car. In April the cost goes up to $30 and you will get 3 chances to win the car, May 1 –June 2 cost is $35 with 1 chance to win car. So purchase early.
Attention Theatre Students: Due to budget constraints, we will travel ONLY on even years to OSF. 2018 is your ONLY chance to travel if you are a current Junior or Sophomore. Therefore, the application deadline for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival trip has been extended to Wednesday, March 21st.
SENIORS … pay attention to SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES – they are coming up fast and furious!
Scholarships Due Dates:
3/20 Russell Elementary, KYSA Girls Softball
3/23 Robert Sapp (Mr. Bob), Evergreen Lions, Charles & Viola Keller Family
Remember if you have perfect attendance for a month your name will be put in for a drawing to win a $10.00 I-Tune gift card. The winners will then be put in for $50 drawing at the end of the year. Your attendance matters! Thank you to Horace Mann for donating the prizes.
The annual crosstown smoker is coming up Thursday April 12th, and we are looking for boxers from Glacier to compete. Please sign-up in the boys team room door ASAP to get further info on practice times and event details.
Attention All Juniors! Tuesday, March 20th all juniors will take the ACT test at Glacier High School. The ACT is a standardized test for high schoolachievement and college admissions. The test is free and will be administered in the gym from 8:15 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. All juniors will have late lunch. Please bring a #2 pencil, photo ID, and a calculator. No other electronic devices will be allowed into the gym.
Girls, if you are not currently in a Spring Sport (Tennis, Track, or Softball) you need to move your stuff out of your athletic locker to make room for those athletes. Please hand your lock in to Ms. Fuqua or Mrs. Salonen by the end of the week!. Thank you!
Each year the GHS Library offers a Reader's Challenge to help students get through these endless winter days. This year, students are invited to participate in the Reading Olympics. It's simple! choose from an endless variety of medal-award winning books and read as many as you can. Go for the Gold to win great prizes like free books, Subway, or Sweet Peaks. Stop by the library to get started today!!
There's still time to sign up for the next Read Cafe' Book Club discussion in the library scheduled for March 22. Read Cafe' members eat yummy food and talk about good books. The next selection is The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, and you've never read another book like it!
Do you need to stock up on some books for some Spring Break reading? The library has identified some titles that are feeling a little bit lonely and haven't been checked out in a long time. Mrs. More needs your help in deciding whether these books should "stay" or "go." The library will sweeten the deal by offering chocolate fore checking out one (or more) of these sad books. For every short review you submit for a lonely book, you will earn more chocolate and a chance to win free food from Sweet Peaks or Taco Del' Sol. Stop in the library today to save a book!
It’s that time of year again.... Time for the library’s annual bookmark contest in honor of National Library Week. Show off your artistic skills and get involved in this fun Glacier tradition! All you have to do is design your own original bookmark using this year’s theme which is: “Libraries Lead” The deadline for entries is Friday April 27. The top three designers will receive prizes, and the winner will have his or her bookmark printed and featured in the library this spring. Stop by the library if you have any questions.
Come get your Wolfpack gear on Friday's during both lunches!
For the most current and up-to-date information on what is happening this week at Glacier High School, please click on the link below:
Glacier High Activity Schedule for 3-11-18 to 3-17-18
Glacier High Activity Schedule for 3-18-18 to 3-24-18