IVES/GJSHS Weekly Newsletter
Week of November 5-9
2018 Halloween Parade
Makin' N' Bakin" Returns!
Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 7-8am
GJSHS Cuinary Room
PUSD Professional Learning Update
How can you help us increase safety on campus? First, please remember to always sign in at the office and receive a visitor badge to wear each time you visit campus. If you don't have a visitor's badge visible, school staff will redirect you to the office to sign in so that we always have an account for who is on campus. We appreciate your cooperation and assistance.
What can you do at home to help your child as we also practice at school? First, make sure your child knows your current home address and phone number. Discuss multiple safe meeting spots and practice with your child how to get there safely. In the event of an emergency, please refrain from calling or texting your child's cell phone. While this is a difficult request, as we learned from law enforcement, if we are in a lockdown situation, a cell phone ringing or pinging from a text message is going to make concealment difficult. Know that in the event of an emergency, we will contact families as soon as it is safe to do so.
We will be doing another ALICE (active shooter) drill in the spring where we will practice evacuating off-site. Families will always be notified in advance of our ALICE drills.
ALUMNI FOOTBALL GAME
Junior High Basketball is coming to GJSHS and 5/6 Basketball for IVES!
Our Girls' Volleyball team lost to Redding Christian last Tuesday in the quarterfinals. Congratulations to our girls and Coach Brown for another amazing season. To view additional stats, visit our website at https://pcoe-ghs.edlioschool.com/. Select Athletics and Activities, then go to Athletic Teams.
On Friday night, our Football team beat Tulelake 26-21 in the first round of playoffs. Our boys travel on Friday to Los Molinos for the quarterfinals. To view more stats, visit our website at https://pcoe-ghs.edlioschool.com/. Select Athletics and Activities, then go to Athletic Teams.
Tuff Enough to Wear Pink Rodeo! Jhett Neer, Daisy Neer, Lacie Banchio, and Rosemary Balbiani represented Greenville in a Rodeo in Red Bluff. Rylie Botts (not pictured) is also part of our team. Along with competing in other events, our Rodeo team rides during the National Anthem at our home Football games.
eSports is here! Greenville Gamers getting ready to compete!
IVES needs BOX TOPS!
A Note from Our District Nurse
Fall is the most common time for Head Lice