Gallatin High Update

Week of January 18-22, 2021

General Overview

It's hard to believe we have made it to the end of semester one. Congratulations on making it halfway through this crazy and challenging school year!

Teachers will be finalizing and entering semester one grades through next Tuesday and report cards will be available in Powerschool by the end of January.

Raptor Girls Basketball

4+1 Instructional Model

General Information

We are planning to move to four days of in-person instruction. Beginning January 27, in-person students will attend in person on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Students will continue to have the 100% remote learning option. All students, in-person and remote, will complete course activities remotely on Wednesdays. The first day of in person learning will be Thursday, January 28th.

More information about the 4+1 instructional model can be found in the 9-12 Playbook on the district website.

Parking and Student Drop Off

As a reminder, students may park in either of the southern parking lots. We ask that parents drop off students along Annie Street and avoid the bus lane to allow buses to travel smoothly through campus in the mornings and afternoons. Additionally, please avoid student drop off in the western parking lot by the tennis courts to allow for more smooth traffic flow for student parking and access.


With the 4+1 model, we will be able to move to open campus for lunch. Students will be allowed to walk home or drive to local restaurants for lunch.


Teachers will continue to maintain their Canvas pages even though students will be attending in person for more days. We will still have remote students in classes and students will still utilize Canvas when quarantined. We have a created a simple, click-able, guide to all teachers' Canvas pages that will be available on our school website starting next Wednesday.

Gallatin Wrestling Takes On Great Falls High

Mask Wearing

Per the Governor's Mask Mandate, Gallatin County Health's Ordinance, and School District Policy, masks are required when in the school building. With more students in class each period, it is imperative that students are properly wearing masks when at school.
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The Week Ahead

Saturday, January 23
  • Swim meet at the Bozeman Swim Center
  • Boys BBall vs. CMR at home
  • Virtual Speech and Debate meet

Monday, January 25

  • PIR Day-no school for students
  • School Board meeting, 5:45pm

Tuesday, January 26

  • PIR Day-no school for students

Wednesday, January 27

  • Semester 2 begins
  • Remote learning day for all students
  • Virtual Swim meet

Thursday, January 28

  • Wrestling on the road

Friday, January 29

  • Boys Bball vs. Belgrade at home
  • Girls Bball on the road
  • Virtual Speech and Debate meet

Saturday, January 30

  • Boys Bball vs. Billings Senior at home
  • Girls Bball on the road
  • Virtual Speech and Debate meet

The Importance of Sleep

Did you know that teenagers need 9.25 hours of sleep per night for optimal mental and physical health? 73% of adolescents in the United States are sleep deprived. This can have long term impacts on both physical and mental health and development. Make sure your student is getting enough sleep each night with a consistent bedtime routine.
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