GHS Update

October 14, 2019

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GHS Chorale shines!

Last Wednesday, seven students competed in the Texas Music Educators Association's All State Choir Contest. This year, Andrew Carroll- Tenor, Desmond Pouncil-Tenor, and Harmony Rutherford-Alto will be attending the Region Concert and Clinic on November 2 and have advanced to the next level of competition on November 14.

Leopards remain undefeated!

It was cold, windy evening at Leopard Stadium as the Leopards ran their record to 6-0! The Hirschi Huskies visit next Friday for Military Appreciation Day.
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Parent Teacher conferences

We appreciate all the parents who came up for conferences on Friday. We had an outstanding turn out and are excited about the feedback we received. Just a reminder, we schedule parent/ teacher meetings at anytime. If you missed Friday's event and would still like to meet a teacher, please let us know.
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Leopard Fishing team sails along...

The Leopard Fishing Team competed at Lake Ray Roberts on Saturday. Landon Prestage and Jessie Gutierrez won 2nd place out of 176 teams and received $1000 scholarships. Jessie had the big fish of the tournament that weighed 8.46 lbs.The Rains brothers also did well finishing in 20th place with a 10.83 average.
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Leopard XC to compete at district meet

Good luck to our Leopard Cross Country team as they compete at the district meet in Celina on Thursday.
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Counselor's Corner

1. Our outstanding counseling team put on their Lunch and Learn last week. It gives students an excellent opportunity to find out about career opportunities from experts in the field. On Monday, we were visited by law enforcement representatives (pictured). On Tuesday, Phil Neeley of Trident talked with our welding students. On Wednesday and Thursday, NCTC visited us with their construction management program and, then, their health science program.

2. Juniors will take the ACT on Thursday.

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Lady Leopards dig in!

Parking Passes

All vehicles parked in the student parking lot will be required to have a parking pass. To obtain a parking pass, the student must bring $5, driver's license, proof of insurance, and picture of their license plate to the front desk. Students must also have a drug testing consent form on file.

Beginning Tuesday, August 27, all vehicles in student parking that do not have the required permit will be formally warned with an orange warning sticker.

Beginning Monday, September 16, all vehicles in student parking without the required permit will be towed.

Thank you for helping us keep our campuses safe and secure!

Parking permit information

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Parent Reminders

ENTRANCE: Parents and other visitors to our campus may only enter through the main office on the east side of the building. The gym side doors are for student entry only.

DROP OFF/PICK UP: The parent drop off/pick up is on the west (gym side) of the building. Please use the parking lot to enter and exit. The loop on the south side is for buses only.

ID Badges

Remember: Student will be required to wear ID badges. It is a campus security measure that are implementing this year. ID Badges must be worn at all times while on campus.
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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.


Tuesday, Oct. 15

VB vs. Celina

Thursday, Oct. 17

XC @ Celina, District Meet

JV FB @ WF Hirschi

Friday, Oct. 18

VB @ Sanger

FB vs. WF Hirschi

Saturday, Oct. 19th

Band, District Marching Contest, Denton