The Bobcat Bulletin
Hello GBS Bobcats;
Welcome back everyone! This week starts out with a bang, with a classic nor-easter blanketing the region in snow the next few days! Be careful and safe out there!
Note: Students will not attend school tomorrow / Tuesday, March 14th, as it is voting day in many of our local communities...but with the weather being what it is, be careful and stay safe.
Thanks again for all that you do Bobcats, and be well.
- Joe Wright, Assistant Principal
8th Grade Transitions Continue!
Students continue to meet with our counselors regarding schedules and options as they prepare to enter high school next year. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Laura Gourlay (email@example.com) or Katie Hiers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please reach out if you have any other questions!
Flag Football will be starting today / Monday, March 13th after school. If you have questions about it, Coach Baldwin is the right guy to talk with.
Band Concert: This Wednesday, March 15, the band students will be heading to ConVal HS for their band performance. The GBS band will be joining several other schools across the district for a joint district Band Concert starting at 6:30 PM at the HS.
PTO: PTO will be having a meeting on Wednesday / March 15, at 6 PM. The zoom link to attend that, if you would like, is here: LINK (password: h7Yav9, Meeting ID Code: 864 1550 9272)
March Fair! On Saturday, March 18th, we'll be hosting a Craft Fair here at the school, 9 AM - 3 PM. See Mr. Cogan if you have further questions, or here for the info on Facebook.
Yeti Club: If you enjoy the outdoors, especially during these cooler months, then this is the place for you. These will be happening every Tuesday, starting on March 21st. More details to come.
Cornucopia Cooking Class: Happening once a month, this class will teach you how to cook for yourself, with lots of yummy treats. The next class will be happening in Ms. Denslow's room, on Wednesday, March 29th, after school.
- Also, if you'd like to join the Cornocopia for Young Farmers Program, click the link to learn more!
Antrim Community Softball Signup: If you'd like to participate, check out the flyer and form below:
Days of Summer Counselor Prep Program: Do you love the outdoors, working with kids, and want to learn more about becoming a summer camp counselor? Then check out this program with Antrim Recreation.
- Counselor Prep Program Flyer
- Program Schedule, Info, etc.
Summer School Info: For more info about upcoming summer school opportunities for middle schoolers, see this letter.
Save the date! GBS, SMS and CVHS are joining forces Sunday, March 19th, 10 AM - 4 PM at ConVal HS for a Mattress Fundraiser. Please note: this fundraiser does not have the students or parents/guardians needing to sell or attend an event.
If you, friends, neighbors or family members buy a Mattress and say who referred you, that student (8th through 12 grade) or school (GBS, SMS or CVHS) will receive the profits!
8th through 12th Grade music students will receive fundraising money in their school account and go towards a Music Disney Trip next spring! The high school cafeteria will be turned into a Mattress showroom and the event coordinators will take care of everything.
Help support our music programs! || Here is an event page - Click Here
GBS Mission & Vision Statements
The Mission of the Great Brook School community is to foster the growth of creative thinkers and confident learners who see the world through a compassionate lens.
The Vision of Great Brook School is to collaborate to create an inclusive, caring, and responsive environment that provides innovative and rigorous opportunities for learning and personal growth.
Community Resources | Events | Opportunities
Hancock Woman's Club:
Are YOU a WOMAN wanting to go back to school but need some financial assistance in order to make it happen? If you'd like to learn more about an exciting opportunity, click here, or read on below:
The Hancock Woman’s Club, Hancock NH is again offering SCHOLARSHIP assistance to adult women who have been residents of Hancock for at least 2 years. The scholarships are to help adult women to begin, change or return to their careers after time spent family rearing or other responsibilities.
The applicants must provide official confirmation of acceptance to or enrollment in an accredited school, such as a college, university, technical or training school. To apply the applicants must complete and submit the formal application by April 5, 2023. The funds for the scholarships have been provided by gifts from an anonymous donor who funded the original program, a generous donation celebrating the life of Caitlin Mullin, and another significant anonymous gift. Please email for the application to email@example.com, or write at:
The Hancock Woman’s Club
PO Box 366
Hancock, NH 03449
This summer activity opportunity is hosted by the NH Department of Education | Scholarships are available!
In Search of Mental Health Services?
All are welcome to come to the community supper event. Click the link to learn more.