GES/GJSHS Weekly Newsletter
Week of September 14- September 18
GJSHS is going through our accrediation process (WASC) this year since it was postponed last spring. We are looking for parent and student input. If you are interested, please contact the school office or send me an email. Your feedback is important!
GJSHS students should check each course in Canvas every day for work assigned, especially if there wasn't a zoom meeting to attend. You should also check your student portal in Aeries for grades. Progress reports will be available on the parent portal on October 2.
GJSHS is going to be holding our ASB elections next week. Please log into the Greenville Jr/Sr High School Class in Canvas and watch Mrs. Dolphin's video for more information.
GJSHS is looking for students interested in participating in a conditioning hub beginning the week of October 5. Bridgett Bustamante is looking for student-athletes who are interested in getting back in shape for the anticipated return of sports. If you are interested, please email me as the number of students will be limited!
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. We are here to help!
Mrs. Jennifer Martin-- GES & GJSHS Administrative Assistant
Mrs. Jennifer Martin is the GES & GJSHS Administrative Assistant. She helps both of our schools in so many ways. She manages our site budget and purchasing. Because of Mrs. Martin, each of our elementary school student recently received a bag full of school supplies to start the new year. Mrs. Martin also assists with personnel and payroll. If you are interested in working at our schools or for PUSD, Mrs. Martin can assist you in the application process. Mrs. Martin also sends out messages from school to home. These are just a few of the many things Mrs. Martin does!
Of course, our elementary students know Mrs. Martin as the friendly face they see in the office each day! Thank you, Mrs. Martin for all you do for our students at GES and GJSHS!
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Insurance for Student Computers Available
Important Information About Attendance
From Mrs. Timmins, GES/GJSHS Registrar and Attendance Clerk
- Students who do not attend zoom meetings will be marked absent. If you are having difficulties with getting on a zoom or if you miss a zoom meeting due to illness or a medical appt. e-mail your teacher or call the school office.
- Students should be working on their school work for every class, EVERY DAY, even if you did not have a Zoom meeting that day. Attendance is taken for work done each day in each class.
College Fairs Online is hosting one of the biggest virtual college fairs yet for our region with around 80 colleges participating. Students can research and connect with great affordable colleges and universities for free without having to leave home. This is the perfect resource for the virtual learning environment we find ourselves in now. Students can chat with admissions counselors to ask questions about academics, campus life, financial aid, scholarships and more! Students can register now so they don't miss it! Each student is also entered into a drawing for a $300 scholarship each time they ask a question on a virtual booth. They can go online now to www.collegefairsonline.com to register for the US West region fair scheduled for the week of September 14th. Reminder emails will be sent to students when the fair starts.