Rotary Student of the Month – September

Congratulations to Madison Tabor who was named Rotary Student of the month for September.

Madison spends her time taking part in many clubs such as Student Council (President), Interact, Yearbook, the Athletic Booster Club, DECA Business Club (Secretary), the Varsity Field Hockey team as well as the Varsity Basketball Team where she is captain of both teams. Also, this  year Madison is an Administrative intern with Mr. Golden, our Athletic Director, which is the field of study she would like to pursue in college.  Outside of school she works on the weekend at a Boutique in Greenport, babysits, and organizes fundraising events.img_0899

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 A Day

Congratulations to Emily Hughes and Anna Maria Llukaci, winners  of the Student Council Halloween Costume Contest!  Please see


Mrs. Richter to claim your prize. Thank you to all students who participated and to the advisers who judged.



Our Annual Blood Drive will take place tomorrow in the big gym. Sign up forms and information are available from Ginger Hughes or Jennifer Palencia.


Attention Seniors:  If you like to participate in the Mentor Breakfast at Peconic Landing on November 10th,  please hand in your permission slip ASAP. If you need a permission slip, please pick one up in guidance.


The following colleges will be in guidance this week. Please obtain a pass from guidance if you would like to meet with them:

Today at 1:10 pm, SUNY Polytechnic which is located in Utica, New York.  The most popular majors are Engineering Technologies, Business/Marketing and Health Professions.

Friday at 1:15 pm, Dean College which is located in Franklin, Massachusetts.  The most popular majors are Visual and Performing Arts, Business/Marketing and Parks and Recreations.


“The Outing Club is back.  If you are in grades 9-12 and love adventure, please attend a brief meeting today in Room 210 after school.  We will be discussing our first trip, a winter adventure that includes skiing, tubing and indoor waterpark.  See Mrs. Agosta, Mrs. Burke, or Ms. Douglass with questions or concerns.”


Reminder that Thursday is the GTA Chicken Dinner. Tickets can be purchased from any GTA member. Seniors please turn in your permission slips to Mrs. Hopkins or Mrs. Kollen if you have not already done so.

There will be a brief meeting in the weight room at 2:50 this afternoon for any high school boy or girl who would like to join varsity winter track this year. If you are unable to make this meeting, contact Coach Gunther in room 304 asap.


Attention all boys in grades 9 – 12.  If you are interested in playing V & JV basketball, there will be a meeting this Friday, November 4 at 2:45 in Mr. Golden’s room (room 322)


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Parent-Teacher Conferences set for Nov 21 and 22.

October 28, 2016

Dear Parents and Guardians:

On November 21st and November 22nd, we will host JH/HS Parent-Teacher conferences.  Secondary students will be dismissed at 10:52 AM on November 22nd. Conferences will be held during the following times:

November 21st: 6:00-8:00 PM

November 22nd: 1:00-2:45 PM

We will be hosting conferences using an open forum format. There will be no need for families to schedule appointments with the HS Office. All members of the faculty will be stationed in the High School Gym at individual desks, and families will be free to meet with teachers during the conference hours. The district will be providing translation services, and we will also have childcare and some light refreshments.

 

We recommend that parents and guardians use this time to discuss their child’s academic achievement. Please visit the Parent Portal to familiarize yourself with your child’s progress beforehand. The conference provides you with the opportunity to explain to the teachers any specific needs your child may have.  Teachers will be able to describe your child’s performance and, together, you can identify ways to maximize progress throughout the year. Included with this letter is a resource designed to provide some tips to make the most out of your conferences.

We look forward to having you join us at the conferences.

Sincerely,

Gary Kalish

Secondary School Principal

 

Estimados Padres/ Guardianes:

El 21 de Noviembre y el 22 de Noviembre, tendremos nuestras conferencias de Padres/Maestros de la Escuela Secundaria.  Los alumnos de secundaria saldrán a las 10:52 AM el 22 de Noviembre. Las Conferencias serán durante las siguientes horas:

21 de Noviembre: 6:00-8:00 PM

22 de Noviembre: 1:00-2:45 PM

Tendremos nuestras conferencias usando un formato de foro abierto. No habrá necesidad de que las familias programen  una cita en la oficina secundaria . Todos los miembros de la facultad estarán situados en el gimnasio de la secundaria en escritorios individuales, y las familias serán libres de reunirse co los maestros durante las horas de conferencias. El distrito proporcionará servicios de traducción, y también tendremos cuidado de niños y algún refrigerio ligero.

 

Recomendamos a que los padres y guardianes usen este tiempo para discutir el progreso académico, social y emocional de su hijo. Por favor visite el Portal de Padres para familiarizarse de antemano con el progreso de su hijo. La conferencia le ofrece a usted la oportunidad de explicar a los maestros de cualquier necesidad especifica que su hijo pueda tener.  Los maestros serán capaces de describir el desempeño de su hijo y juntos poder identificar formas de incrementar su progreso a lo  largo de todo el año escolar.  Incluido con esta carta hay un recurso diseñado para proporcionarle algunos consejos para sacar el máximo provecho de sus conferencias.

Esperamos que nos acompañe en la conferencias!

Monday, October 31, 2016 B Day

Our Annual Blood Drive will take place on Wednesday in the big gym. Sign up forms and information are available from Ginger Hughes or Jennifer Palencia.


There will be a Drama Club Meeting on Thursday, November 3rd after school in the HS library. ALL students interested in being a part of this year’s spring musical are welcome.


The following colleges will be in guidance this week. Please obtain a pass from guidance if you would like to meet with them:

Monday, October 31st at 1:30 pm, Saint Anselm which is located in Manchester, New Hampshire.  The most popular majors are Health Professions, Business/Marketing, and Social Sciences.

And  at 2 pm, SUNY Plattsburg which is located in Plattsburgh, New York.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Communications/Journalism, and Health Professions.


Tuesday, November 1st at 1:10 pm, SUNY Polytechnic which is located in Utica, New York.  The most popular majors are Engineering Technologies, Business/Marketing and Health Professions.


Friday, November 4th at 1:15 pm, Dean College which is located in Franklin, Massachusetts.  The most popular majors are Visual and Performing Arts, Business/Marketing and Parks and Recreations.


“The Outing Club is back.  If you are in grades 9-12 and love adventure, please attend a brief meeting on Tuesday, November 1st in Room 210.  We will be discussing our first trip, a winter adventure that includes skiing, tubing and indoor waterpark.  See Mrs. Agosta, Mrs. Burke, or Ms. Douglass with questions or concerns.”


Reminder that Thursday is the GTA Chicken Dinner. Tickets can be purchased from any GTA member. Seniors please turn in your permission slips to Mrs. Hopkins or Mrs. Kollen if you have not already done so.



Source: High School Annoucements

Friday, October 28, 2016 A Day

The following colleges will be in guidance on the noted dates. Please obtain a pass from guidance if you would like to meet with them:

Today at 11am, SUNY Oswego; located in Oswego, New York.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Communications/Journalism, and Education.

Monday, October 31st

Att 1:30 pm, Saint Anselm which is located in Manchester, New Hampshire.  The most popular majors are Health Professions, Business/Marketing, and Social Sciences.

And at 2 pm, SUNY Plattsburg which is located in Plattsburgh, New York.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Communications/Journalism, and Health Professions.

At this time will all home room teachers please go the the GPO TV  address link

http://gpotv.gufsd.org/

to view with your class the latest edition of Greenport Television.



Source: High School Annoucements

Thursday, October 27, 2016 B Day

Attention all Jh and Hs chorus members.  Please bring a book or some work to do in Chorus today.  Once again you must bring in a book or other work to do in Chorus today.


The following colleges will be in guidance this  week:

Tomorrow at 11 am, SUNY Oswego; located in Oswego, New York.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Communications/Journalism, and Education.


GHS Student Council is sponsoring a Halloween costume contest this year. Come to school on Monday, October 31, dressed in your best costume (school appropriate, of course), see your class adviser during the day to be judged.  Prizes will be awarded for each class.


Be sure to make some time this weekend to go see the combined Southold-Greenport drama Almost Maine which will be hosted at Southold. Show dates are Friday 10/28 and Saturday 10/29 @ 7 pm and Sunday 10/30 @ 2 pm. Tickets ($10 adults/$6 students & seniors) will be on sale at the door.


Reminder to all Interact members, tonight is the Halloween Bonanza. Please stop by to help, the event is from 5 to 7 pm.


Attention ALL STUDENTS, this is a reminder that you are not allowed on the second and third floor during the lunch period without a pass. You may be in the cafeteria or at open gym. If you have permission to leave school grounds for lunch, you must also be in the cafeteria upon return not wandering around the building.



Source: High School Annoucements

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 A Day

GHS Student Council is sponsoring a Halloween costume contest this year. Come to school on Monday, October 31, dressed in your best costume (school appropriate, of course), see your class adviser during the day to be judged.  Prizes will be awarded for each class.


Seniors, if you did not receive your Yankee Candle Fundraising packet, please pick it up in the guidance office.

Also, bring in your Chicken Dinner Permission Slips to Mrs. Hopkins or Mrs. Kollen ASAP. Don’t forget that you need to purchase a ticket from any GTA member.


7th and 8th grade students are reminded to  please turn in any flower bulb orders and your deposit for class trip to Mrs. Taylor in her office by the end of next week.

Also, any 7th or 8th grade boy.  If you are interested in playing basketball, there will be a meeting this Thursday in the small gym at 2:45 p.m.​  If, for some reason, you cannot make the meeting, please see Coach Swain in the elementary office.


The soccer pizza party will be TODAY.


Congratulations to  Emelys Villareal who was selected to Second Team All League for Cross Country.

Congratulations also to Eduardo Sanchez who made All Conference in Soccer; to Ben Bracken and Remi Droskoski who made All League and Oscar Coc Tomas who made Academic All County.


The school doctor will be here on Thursday, October 27. If you plan on playing a Winter sport, please check with Mrs. Mazzaferro or


Mrs. Dinizio to see if you need a physical and/or set up an appointment.  This will be the ONLY time before winter sports begin that


physicals will be given.



To all students interested in the blood drive, please come see Ginger Hughes and Jennifer Palencia today in the cafeteria 5th and 6th


period to sign up



Source: High School Annoucements

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 B Day

Attention Seniors: Reminder to all of you going on the Senior Trip: Please attend the Board of Education meeting scheduled for tonight. Please be there at 6:45 pm. The trip will be presented to the board for approval. If you plan going on the senior trip, please hand in your $50 deposit ASAP.

If you did not receive your Yankee Candle Fundraising packet, please pick it up in the guidance office.

Also, bring in your Chicken Dinner Permission Slips to Mrs. Hopkins or Mrs. Kollen ASAP. Don’t forget that you need to purchase a ticket from any GTA member.


There will be a yearbook meeting after school today in room 306.


The following colleges will be in guidance this  week:

Today at 8 am, SUNY Binghamton; located in Binghamton, New York.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Social Sciences and Biology.

and

Friday, October 28th at 11 am, SUNY Oswego; located in Oswego, New York.  The most popular majors are Business/Marketing, Communications/Journalism, and Education.


Reminder that the combined Southold-Greenport drama Almost Maine will be hosted at Southold. Show dates are Friday 10/28 and Saturday 10/29 @ 7 pm and Sunday 10/30 @ 2 pm. Tickets ($10 adults/$6 students & seniors) will be on sale at the door.

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7th and 8th are reminded to  please turn in any flower bulb orders and your deposit for class trip to Mrs. Taylor in her office by the end of next week.

Also, any 7th or 8th grade boy.  If you are interested in playing basketball, there will be a meeting this Thursday in the small gym at 2:45 p.m.​  If, for some reason, you cannot make the meeting, please see Coach Swain in the elementary office.


The school doctor will be here on Thursday, October 27. If you plan on playing a Winter sport, please check with Mrs. Mazzaferro or Mrs. Dinizio to see if you need a


physical and/or set up an appointment.  This will be the ONLY time before winter sports begin that physicals will be given.



Congratulations to the JH field hockey team with their 3-0 win over Hampton Bays.  Great job ladies!



Congratulations to the Boys Junior High Soccer team on their 7-3 victory yesterday over Southold.  Kevin Azama scored 4 goals, Steven Merino scored 2 goals, and


Adan Torres scored a goal.  The defense and the goalies played very well also.  It was an all around great team win!  



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