Tiger Nation Newsletter

Weekly Report for September 30, 2022

Tiger Nation:

We have completed the first quarter of the school year. Progress report grades will be posted this afternoon. Please take some time to discuss your child’s current grades and progress as well as establish some goals for the final quarter of the first semester.

GHS will be on Fall Break from October 3rd - 14th. Students and staff will return to campus for the start of the second quarter on Monday, October 17th.

Fall Break is a great opportunity for students to expand and improve their literacy skills by taking time to relax and find something cool to read. Independent reading has been shown to improve comprehension as well as increase vocabulary.

Congratulations to GHS Senior Tyler Judd. He was recently named as a National Merit Semifinalist! The National Merit Scholarship Program is a prestigious academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955.

As always, thank you for your ongoing support of Gilbert High School!

Principal Winter

GHS Activities Office

Weekly Activity Report

October 3rd - October 7th

Fall Break - Offices Closed

October 10th - 14th

Fall Break Intersession Classes

School Resumes Monday 10/17


Mrs. Reyna Guerra was nominated as AZ Teacher of the Year by Del Monte Landscaping! Mrs. Guerra was nominated by one of her students! #TigerStrong
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We had 2 wonderful concert this week by our Band and Orchestra students. They played some really beautiful music that they have learned this year. A treat for all who attended!
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Dear Gilbert High School Families,

Gilbert High School will be administering the PSAT/NMSQT test to all 10th grade students and those 11th grade students who registered on Tuesday, October 25th at 7:30 AM. This will be a “late start” schedule for all 9th, some 11th, and all 12th grade students. Buses will run at their normal time to pick up the testers and then again 4 hours later to pick up the 9th, 11th, and 12th grade students.

Please review the bell schedule for October 25th below:

PSAT Testing Bell Schedule

At 7:30 AM all 10th grade students and those 11th grade students who registered will report to their assigned testing room. Testing room assignments will be posted on the counseling office window for students to check on October 24th. Testing will conclude at 11:15 AM and lunch will be served to all students from 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM. First period will begin for all students at 11:50 AM.

If you have a 10th grade student or one of the 11th grade students who registered, please remind them to bring their calculator on the day of testing. Click HERE to see which calculators are permitted for the PSAT.

Thank you for helping make this a positive testing experience for our students.

GHS Administration

Registration for AP testing is open through October 31st!

If you are enrolled in an AP course, you are expected to register for the associated AP exams that will take place in May. AP Exams are an excellent opportunity to demonstrate your learning after a rigorous college-level course, experience a high-stakes testing environment, and possibly earn college credit! The cost is $110 per exam. Financial assistance is available to students who qualify. Follow the instructions on the attached flow chart to complete your registration through Total Registration:

GHS AP Registration Information 2022-2023

All AP registrations must be completed through Total Registration by October 31st.

GHS Administration

Incase you missed AP Parent Night, here are the informational slides:

FREE ACT Practice Test for GHS Students!

The ACT is on April 4, 2023 for all Juniors. Starting preparing now for College Applications and Scholarships!
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International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme

Looking to gain skills in becoming a resilient, self-motivated young person? The International Baccalaureate (IB) programme enables our teachers to develop resilient, self-motivated young people who have the knowledge, skills, and sense of purpose they need to thrive and contribute to making the world a better place. For more information, contact Brendan Keyes at brendan.keyes@gilbertschools.net or Autumn Sobol at autumn.sobol@gilbertschools.net


Wednesday, October 5th

6:00pm ---------- Frosh/Sophomore Football vs. Sunnyslope HS

Thursday, October 6th

6:00pm ---------- JV Football @ Sunnyslope HS

Friday, October 7th

7:00pm ---------- Varsity Football vs. Sunnyslope HS

Tuesday, October 11th

4:00pm ---------- Badminton vs. Desert Vista HS


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Gilbert Accelerated Middle School

Gilbert High School is the home to the Gilbert Accelerated Middle School this incoming 2022-23 school year! Students will be immersed in honors and accelerated curriculum with access to the resources of a comprehensive high school, while in a supportive cohort of other 7th and 8th-grade students. The learning experience is both academically rigorous and well-rounded, based on the application of knowledge and reflection, project-based learning, critical thinking, cross-curricular portfolio building, and student-centered learning approaches. Students gain access to the instructional expertise of high school/college-level faculty and are encouraged and supported to develop strong leadership and study skills, preparing them for a successful future in high school and beyond. If you are interested in registering, complete the Gilbert Accelerated Middle School Registration Form today!

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Parent University Classes

Parent University is a collaborative community effort led by Gilbert Public Schools to help families develop knowledge and skills to be proactive in their children’s learning and development. GPS partners with community organizations to offer learning opportunities throughout the district to help empower families to increase engagement with the schools to work together to educate and support all children. Most activities are provided at no cost.

NetTutor is back for the 2022-23 school year! Free online tutoring accessible to all GPS 7th-12th graders.

● Highly-qualified, experienced tutors

● Live tutoring available on-demand

● Easy to schedule a live tutoring session

● Assignment or Question drop off feature

● Ability to review past sessions/answers to questions

● Available 24/7

● Free

● Grades 7-12

● Over 100 subjects available

● ACT Prep available

GPS Families Hub

The Families Hub offers a wide range of resources to help you and your student(s) throughout the

school year, including back to school updates, menus, nutritional information, enrollment details and




Download the GPS Mobile App

The GPS App includes a link to IC, as well as access to your student’s school calendar, meal information, bus routes, and other helpful information for parents and students. Visit www.gilbertschools.net/app for more information.

See Something? Say Something!

The confidential GPS Tip Line was designed to promote school and student safety and wellbeing. Students and parents can report a threat or potential threat about a student or school. The Tip Line also provides information on other topics, which may affect our students, staffs, or schools.

Update - Free & Reduced Meals Program for 2022/23 School Year

Universal free meals has ended.

Meal prices are:

High School Student Breakfast: $1.75

High School Student Lunch: $3.90

Reduced Student Breakfast at all levels pay only $0.30

Reduced Student Lunch at all levels pay only $0.40

We have a new software system. Adding money to meal accounts AND applying for free and reduced benefits are in the same place. The most direct link is: gilbertschools.net/meals

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2022 - 2023 Bell Schedules

There has been a slight modification to the High School bell schedules.
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