Gaylord High School Newsletter
Otsego Career Access Network
GHS has partnered with Otsego Career Access Network (OCAN) to open the doors to higher education for every student in our school. Data show that Otsego County students are better prepared than the majority of the students in Michigan to pursue higher education, but attend at a lower rate. During the week of January 30 - February 3 we will be surveying the class of 2023 to find out more about their post-secondary plans. The school and OCAN will use the findings from this short survey to create strategies that are designed to increase college and certificate based program enrollment for Otsego County students. Students will not be asked to identify themselves in the survey and all responses will be anonymous.
Please contact the school if do not want your student to participate in the survey.
The survey is attached for your review.
To protect the privacy of our students and keep classroom disruptions to a minimum, special deliveries such as flowers, are discouraged during school hours.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Don't forget to mark your calendar for this production as well.
Singin’ in the Rain – GHS Drama will bring this beloved classic to the stage Thursday, March 9th through Saturday, March 11th at 7:00 and Sunday, March 12th at 2:00.
Student Council - Snowcoming Information
Spirit week will be celebrated with the following theme days:
Monday, 02/13/2023 - Farmer & Flannel
Tuesday, 02/14/2023 - Fire & Ice
Wednesday, 02/15/2023 - Future Occupation
Thursday, 02/16/2023 - College Jerseys
Friday, 02/17/2023 - Blue & Gold
9th Grade Vision Screening
The Health Department of Northwest Michigan will be performing optional vision screenings for 9th grade students on February 23rd and 24th. English 9 teachers will take their students for screening during class. If a student does not wish to have their vision screened, please communicate directly with their English 9 teacher.
Senior Photo Requirements
The Gaylord High School National Honor Society will be hosting St. Baldrick’s day on Friday, March 17th during lunches. Any staff member or student can donate hair or shave their head. To register, please scan the QR Code.
If you are a licensed cosmetologist and would like to offer your time to help with the success of this event, please contact Mrs. Romel by emailing email@example.com.
Donations can be made to the St. Baldrick's Foundation website, or by clicking DONATION.
National Honor Society would like to thank all participants in advance for your contributions. No matter the type or size of your donation, please know every 3 minutes, somewhere in the world a family hears the devastating words that their child has been diagnosed with cancer. Finding a cure will take everyone's help.