Announcements 11/19/2020

One week until Thanksgiving!

Today is.....

Today is a Day 3.

All students (A Hybrid, B Hybrid and Remote) will be attending classes together every day from now until November 25th.

Students are expected to attend all classes - virtual attendance will be taken!

See schedule below - bell schedule has not changed (all classes will meet, including science labs).

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General Announcements

Join the Physics Team

If you are interested in the physics team please join the Schoology page. the code is XRWQ8-C9HHZ The test practice will start after Thanksgiving. It is AP Physics 1, 2 and C. Contact Ms. Bickert for more info.

Toy Drive Sponsored by the Glen Rock High School Lacrosse Team

Contact Jack Algerio or Coach Escalante for additional information.
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Senior Portraits Tuesday, 11/24

Those who have a senior portrait appointment next Tuesday - these are still happening! Please plan to keep your appointment!

Underclassmen Photo Retakes - Rescheduled

Rescheduled to December 17th and 18h! Details to come!

GRHS Counseling Bulletin

In case you missed it on Schoology, see below.

Upcoming Meetings

DECA Important Info

Please watch of DECA pretest prep video! It's very important for all DECA members to see this!

Science National Honor Society - Friday

Science National Honor Society will meet on Friday, 11/20 at 11:10 via Zoom. Please join us.

Upcoming Events

Live Stream for Friday Night Football! Glen Rock vs. Rutherford

FIOS Channel 32

Cablevision Channel 77

or on YouTube:

Club Fair - Rescheduled

Thursday, 12/3 and Friday, 12/4

All Grades Welcome! Event Will Take Place All Day!

High School Organizations will be stationed in the High School Gym. Students will be brought to the Fair during their P.E. Classes.

Meet the New Staff

Meet Mr. Chris Bailey - Our new Physics Teacher

Mr. Bailey has come to Glen Rock from Perth Amboy, where he taught for six years. His degree is in Applied Physics from Stockton University. While he’s been intrigued by physics since introduced to the subject in high school, it wasn’t until after college that he decided to teach it. Now he uses physics as a way to help students learn new ways of problem solving, and new ways to think about he world.

Outside of school, Mr. Bailey’s interests and hobbies are varied. He dabbles in painting, and writing. He runs a long standing D&D campaign with his friends. He enjoys piecing together strategies in complicated board games. He competes in historical fencing tournaments along the East Coast. He reads a fair amount of sci-fi and fantasy, and enjoys authors like Tolkien and Rothfuss.

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