GHS Update

March 2, 2020

Newly Certified Clinical Medical Assistants!!!

Congratulations to our new Certified Clinical Medical Assistants. Aimee Soto (bottom row, center) completed her exam and certification in December, and Tylee Graham (bottom left), Autom Sanders (bottom right), Cassandra Torres (top left), and Jordan Medlock (top middle) completed their CCMA exam and certification February 26. The exam is very rigorous and a the certification is a tribute to there hard work and persistence. Shout out to Ms. Vann (top right) for working with these exceptional ladies. Next up, Ms. Vann's Health Science class will work towards their Pharmacy Tech certification.

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The Legends of the past return!!!

Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 7 @ 7:30pm!


The Senior Parents will host an Alumni Basketball game to raise $$ for prom and senior activities. Come out and cheer on the Leopards, past and present, as GHS Varsity takes on GHS Alumni. Admission is $5 at the door and includes an entry to the raffle. Raffle entries have a chance to win tickets and parking pass to a Dallas Cowboys game!

Additional raffle tickets available to purchase.

Senior Parent News!

We need pictures of the Class of 2020 for their Senior Brunch.

Place Mat Photos - Please turn in photos of students of the senior class (2 or more students per photo) to Mrs. Osterman by April 20th. These will be used to create place mats for the Senior Brunch. Please put student's name on back of photo and they will be returned. These photos can be from any age.

Senior Slide Show Video - Include your Senior's photos in the Senior Slideshow that will be played at the Brunch, and then on the Graduation Video. Should include (3) pictures of the Senior only, not to include pictures with siblings, parents or friends. A baby picture, Junior High Picture, and a Senior Picture or any combination you like. Place pictures in a sealed envelope with $10.00 and label it “Senior Photos’ and put your Senior’s name on it. Also please write your senior’s name on the back of each photo.

Please email vosterman@gainesvilleisd.org with any questions.

Jasper places 6th in state!

Congratulations to Jasper Conner as his film placed sixth at the UIL State Digital Film Contest on Monday. The event was held at the Paramonut Theater in Austin. Special Thanks to Ms. Wells and Coach Wilkerson!
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FCCLA victorious at Baylor!

Ms. Hughes and Ms. Young took their FCCLA students to compete in Waco Thursday through Saturday. They have 3 projects going to state! Natalie Putnam placed first in National Programs in Action. Ethan Young placed first in Career Investigation. Solona Price and Lizbeth Perez placed second in Sports Nutrition. They will compete at state in Austin April 2nd through 4th! Great job, Leopards!
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TALENT Search and STEM Team up!

AVID to A&M Commerce

On Monday, Coach Bigelow took 37 AVID students to Texas A&M- Commerce. They spent the day learning about various opportunties that UTAMC offers. AVID is college prep class available to all GHS students. AVID reps will visit classrooms on Tuesday, March 3 to inform students about the program and how to be a part of it.
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Leopard Soccer takes on Celina

The Leopards beat the Bobcats 4-0 last night and continue to be undefeated in district play. Goals were scored by Jaime Guerrero (3) and Michael Fernandez. The Leopards will look to clinch district next Friday at 7:15 vs Melissa at home.

The Lady Leopards lost 3-1 in tough game to district leaders Celina. Alissa Galaviz scored the lone goal. The Lady Leopards will be back in action next Friday at 5:30 vs Melissa at home as we battle it out for 2nd place in district.

Big THANKS to Ms. Boswell for the great pics!

Lady Leopard Softball defeats WF Hirschi!

The Lady Leopards came out on fire in their win against WF Hirschi. Layla Hubbard, Bianca Barrientos, and Alliyah Harrison all hit triples and Theresa Mote had an inside the park homerun. Cynova Laney struck 6 batters out tonight. The softball team will travel to Fort Worth Brewer High School this weekend for a tournament.


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Leopard Baseball defeats Olney!

In the first day of the Gainesville Leopard classic, the Leopards came out firing on all cylinders for the home crowd. Draike Sparks got the nod on the hill for the Leopards and threw 4 innings of one run baseball. Sparks had 8 strikeouts and only 3 walks with 1 earned run. The Leopard baseball team played tremendous defense behind Sparks as they only committed one error on the day. Landon Prestage led the way for Gainesville with a 4-4 day at the plate along with 2 RBI’s. Devlyn Hall and Cesar Garcia also had a multi-hit game with 2 a piece along with each recording 2 RBI’s as well. It was an energetic home opener for the Leopards as Coach Roberson got his first career win as a head coach. Big THANKS to Ms. Boswell for the great pics!
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FOOD Deliveries

Students may have food brought to them from parents, guardians and family members. They may NOT order it and have it delivered.

Cell Phones

We appreciate your support as students get accustomed to the new cell phone policy. It takes an adjustment period but we will continue to keep the instructional focus in our classrooms and hallways.


Just as a reminder:

Cell phone use is prohibited in classrooms, hallways and restrooms. They must be stored or put away during the instructional day.


Cell phones are allowed to be used before 8:15 in the cafeteria AND during a student's assigned lunch period in the cafeteria.



● On the first offense and second offense, the telecommunications device shall be confiscated and then returned to the parent with a warning for the student/parent. The parent and student will sign the written warning.

● On the third offense (and incremental offenses thereafter), a $15 fine shall be required before the telecommunications device is returned. ○ A parent may elect to forgo the fine in place of an alternative deterrent.

■ If the fine is not paid, the student will be required to report to the front office to turn in their electronic device(s) each day for a period of five consecutive school days. The device(s) will be available for student retrieval at the conclusion of each school day for this situation only. All other confiscations must be retrieved by a parent and/or guardian.

Calendar

Monday, March 2

Golf- Here


Tuesday, March 3

Girls/ Boys Soccer vs. Sherman


Wednesday, March 4

UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest @ Krum


Thursday, March 5

Track- Robyn Byers Meet

Tennis @ Sanger

Softball @ Alvord Tournament

Baseball @ Kennadale Tournament

Powerlifting @ GHS


Friday, March 6

Girls/ Boys Soccer vs. Melissa

Softball @ Alvord Tournament

Baseball @ Kennadale Tournament


Saturday, March 7

Softball @ Alvord Tournament

Baseball @ Kennadale Tournament