Gallatin High Update

Week of 1/11-1/15/2021

General Overview

It was an exciting night last night as the Raptor boys basketball team took on the Bozeman Hawks at BHS. It was a tight and well fought game and I'm happy to report the Raptors came out with a 62-60 win! It was a very close game with a lot of back and forth and after the game both Raptors and Hawks gathered to talk at center court. It bodes well for a strong and friendly rivalry. This Friday, the Raptor girls basketball team will host BHS for the first of their two cross-town games.

Don't forget-this Monday, January 18th is a PIR day for high school. There is no school for high school students.

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Be on the lookout

As you know, over the course of the past nine months students have been learning at home more than usual. As a result, many high school novels have found their way home and have not found their way back to school. Please be on the lookout for any school novels that may be lying around the house and, if you find any, please send them to school or drop them by the GHS main office. Regardless of whether the books were checked out from BHS or GHS, we will take them and get them where they need to go. Thanks for your help!

Students in Chris Montano's English I class used Legos to create monuments of the symbolic themes of Romeo and Juliet.

OneBozeman combined drama clubs performed the musical the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee on Tuesday. It was a great show!

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End of Semester

As we near the end of the semester, one more reminder to check in with your students on their grades. Teachers have varying deadlines for late work, assignments and finals so be sure your students is aware of each teacher's expectations and timeline.

4+1 Instructional Model

On January 11, the Bozeman School District Board of Trustees voted for high school students to return to increased in-person instruction at the start of second semester, pending any significant changes in COVID-19 metrics prior to January 27.

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.

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

Please check your email for the 4+1 enrollment survey and be sure to complete it by next Friday, January 22nd.


Buses will continue to run on the same schedule Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.