Daily Announcements

Today's Daily Announcements

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

 

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!  Senior ETHAN ZEISS is selected as the GLACIER HIGH STUDENT OF THE WEEK for the week of January 20th.  Ethan was nominated by Mr. Cusker and his name was randomly drawn from the weekly nomination box.  “On a cold and rainy morning, at the early hour of 0730 in the morning, Ethan took the initiative to help our hard-working head custodian (Jud) to clean up the trash in the Senior parking lot. It was wonderful to see a student take pride in his school and to help a fellow person with an unsavory task.”  Ethan has selected “80’s on 8”  (Top Hits of the 1980’s) to be played in the GHS hallways during passing periods for the week.

NO SCHOOL  There will be no school Monday, January 20th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.   

PSAT SCORES  PSAT scores have been released!  Come learn how to use your score report to create a test prep study plan tailored specifically to you!  We will be distributing the paper copies of the PSAT score reports at this meeting, Tuesday, January 21st from 7:45am to 8:15am in the Main Office Conference Room.  See Mrs. Kessler or Mrs. Smith with any questions.  

"DONUT" STRESS GLACIER   End of the Semester stress getting you down? "Donut" Stress Glacier...Operation Happiness and the French and Spanish kids have got you covered! A FREE hot chocolate bar, donuts, and therapy dogs will be available before school Wednesday and Thursday and during lunch on Wednesday. Line up by the conference room and get ready to "Paws to DeStress"!   

ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE  We will be on assessment schedule Thursday, January 23rd and Friday, January 24th.  Please click on the link for schedule times.  Thank you.
SEMESTER 1 ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE  

LIBRARY TEXTBOOKS  Students, avoid receiving late charges by turning in all of your semester 1 textbooks before you leave school on Friday afternoon.  Your books are needed for semester 2 classes, and the library appreciates you turning them in as soon as you are finished with them this week. (Do not turn in books that you need for your second-semester classes.)

READ CAFE'  The library is excited to announce the next book selection for Read Cafe'. Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli, is a modern day classic-- a tense, emotional tale about the perils of popularity and a celebration of nonconformity.  Stop in and get your copy before they're all gone.  The discussion will be held on Wednesday, February 12. See the library for more information. Students and staff are welcome!

SENIORS  The first three senior portrait pages are complete and displayed in the windows to the Career Center. Please look them over and let Yearbook know if your name is correct.  Pages with last names A to H are currently displayed. The next pages, with last names H to S will be up next week (Tuesday, Jan. 22). The last pages should be displayed late next week.

PERFECT ATTENDANCE  Please remember that if you have perfect attendance for the month of December, you can win a $20 gift card.  If you are picked for a monthly $20 gift card, your name will be put in the drawing for a $100 gift card at the end of the year.  Thank you to Horace Mann and Parkside Credit Union for supporting great atttendance at Glacier High School.

US CENSUS  The US Census is currently hiring temporary part time work. It includes paid training, flexible hours and weekly pay. The pay rate for Flathead County starts at $17 an hour. Apply at http://2020census.gov/jobs.   

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 1-19-20 to 1-25-20

 

Recurring Announcements

STUDENT STORE  Remember, your Glacier Gear is always available for purchase on Tuesday's and Thursday's during both lunches.  

SOPHOMORES  Are you a sophomore interested in aerospace? In collaboration with NASA, Museum of Flight, and the University of Washington, registration for the Montana Aerospace Scholars program is now open!  Apply for this FREE dual-phase program that focuses on Earth & Space Science. This experience exposes students to the opportunity to work face-to-face with professional engineers, NASA scientists, university students and educators.  Students who successfully complete the online course will be invited to participate in an all-expenses paid STEM-focused experience at the Montana Learning Center at Canyon Ferry Lake.  For more information, visit https://www.museumofflight.org/WAS Student applications are due February 15th.  See Mrs. Kessler with any questions.





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