Friday, December 20th, 2019 A Day

Be sure to stop by the HS Library to get a cup of hot chocolate, until 8:15 AM compliments of the Student Council.


Winners of the Friday riddle are Mrs. Viggiano’s, Mrs. Dlhopolsky’s and Mr. Holt’s advisories.

Advisory teachers please click on the link emailed to you with for the GPT Holiday edition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvmnvF_ltMY&feature=youtu.be


If you are interested in the winter/spring session of Driver Education, stop by the HS office before the break to pick up the registration forms. They need to be turned in after break.

Congratulations to JH Boys Basketball Gold team on their 37-33 win over Mattituck yesterday. Preston Latney scored 12 points, Leon Creighton scored 9 and the entire team played amazing defense and brought intense energy for the entire contest! Great job to all!!!


School will be closed from Monday 12/23/2019 through Friday 1/2/2020. We will see you back here on Monday, 1-6-2020. Enjoy a restful time with your family and friends over the break celebrating the upcoming Holidays.


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Thursday, December 19th, 2019 B Day

Mrs. Kollen’s Advisory please report to Mr. Holt’s Advisory today.

Mrs. Goodland’s period 2 class please report to the HS library today to Mrs. Richter for class.

If you are interested in the winter/spring session of Driver Education, stop by the HS office before the break to pick up the registration forms.

Mrs. Cabral wants to remind all students that did not attend last week’s concert to send in your make-up assignment are DUE!!.  See Mrs. Cabral if you need another copy of the assignment.  Tomorrow is the last day your work will be accepted!

Mrs. Richter hopes you’re wearing your holiday headgear today!

Tomorrow is silent night, wear your comfy PJs.
And we end the week with our annual hot chocolate handout.  Stop by the HS library up until 8:15 to grab your hot chocolate compliments of GHS Student Council 


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Wednesday, December 18th, 2019 A Day

There will be a very important meeting on Thursday morning during advisory for ALL students going on the Grand Canyon trip in room 314. Please see Mr. Taylor if you can not attend.


Congratulations to the musicians selected for 2020 SCMEA:

Carla Fernandez
Peter Gwiazda
Franklin Mastrangelo
Daniel Rivas
Mrs. Cabral wants to remind all students that did not attend last week’s concert to send in your make-up assignment before Friday.  See Mrs. Cabral if you need another copy of the assignment.  The last day your it will be accepted is this coming Friday! 

Reminder to seniors attending the senior class trip- a payment was due last Friday…please hand it in ASAP.  
Reminder to DECA club students – permission slips to the Regional Competition are due on Wednesday.
East End Arts is offering a Songwriter’s intensive workshop January 6th through the 9th.  Participants will be working with Grammy nominee Musician Brady Rymer!  Open to ages 15 and up.  See Mrs. Cabral if you are interested.  

Holiday Spirit week continues, come on Scrooges, join in the spirit!
Thursday Holiday Headgear – Rock your Santa hats, elf ears, or reindeer antlers
Friday Silent night – Prepare for the perfect break in your comfiest pajamas

Reminder there is a Shared Decision Making Committee Meeting today at 3 pm in Conference Room 126.


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Jessica Villareal Named Rotary Student of the Month for December

Congratulations to Jessica Villareal on being named Rotary Student of the Month for December. Jessica is the Battalian Commander of our NJROTC program. She is the 2nd cadet to have received that position in the past 20 years. She participates on approximately 5 drill teams as well as being a three season athlete. This year, as a senior, Jessica joined the Southold Cross Country team as an independent member. Besides that, she is a 2 – year member of our winter track team, and a 4-year member of our spring track team. She also participates in cheer leading, ballroom dancing, and the yearbook committee.

Community service is important with her as she has over 300 hours of community service. Outside of school and community service events, you can find her at Harbes Family Farm for the last two years. She has worked her way to supervisor managing a section of the farm.

Future plans will take her to college to study Veterinary Science aided by the National Marine Corps ROTC Scholarship. She intends to finish her college education with a goal to be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps.

Tuesday, December 17th, 2019 B Day

Congratulations to Jessica Villareal who has been chosen as the December Rotary Student of the Month.

Attention Acappella!  This is a reminder to meet in Mrs. Cabral’s room after 4th period today for the bus to Peconic Landing!  Make sure you have your music folder!  

5th period Lunch Chorus is cancelled today!  Once again, 5th period lunch chorus is cancelled.  Enjoy the period to yourselves.  

Mrs. Cabral wants to remind all students that did not attend last week’s concert to send in your make-up assignment before Friday.  See Mrs. Cabral if you need another copy of the assignment.  The last day your it will be accepted is this coming Friday! 

Reminder to seniors attending the senior class trip- a payment was due last Friday…please hand it in ASAP.  

Reminder to DECA club students – permission slips to the Regional Competition are due on Wednesday.

East End Arts is offering a Songwriter’s intensive workshop January 6th through the 9th.  Participants will be working with Grammy nominee Musician Brady Rymer!  Open to ages 15 and up.  See Mrs. Cabral if you are interested.  

Reminder that Driver Education registration forms are available in the HS office. Also, for those of you who completed the fall course, your MV-285 certificates are ready for pick up in the business office. You will note that a parking permit registration form has been included with your certificate. Once you pass your road test and plan on bringing a vehicle to school. you must register it in the HS office. 




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Monday, December 16th, 2019 A Day

This week is Holiday Spirit Week join in one or all of the days!
Today is Merry Monday Red and Green day. 
Tacky Sweater Tuesday –Wear your ugly holiday sweaters
Winter Wonderland Wednesday – Bundle up in scarves, hats & your warmest socks
Thursday Holiday Headgear – Rock your Santa hats, elf ears, or reindeer antlers
Friday Silent night – Prepare for the perfect break in your comfiest pajamas

Attention Acappella!  Don’t forget to hand in your permission slips for the 2 field trips tomorrow to Rotary and Peconic Landing.  Make sure to wear nice outfits to school!   

The National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are holding a toy drive to benefit CAST and our local community. Boxes for donations are placed in the hall ways outside of the offices.

There will be an interact meeting Wednesday December 18 in room 201 during advisory. 

Those are all the announcements. Today is an A day. Thank you and have a nice day. 


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Friday, December 13th, 2019 B Day

Attention Mrs. Kaczmarek’s advisory please report to room 217.

Attention to Mrs. Goodland’s period 2 class, please report to Mrs. Richter today in the HS library.

Attention all DECA members. There is a meeting in Mr. Holt’s room today. Please report after announcements. 


The trip to the grand canyon closes today. If you are interested or planning on going,  please see Mr. Taylor after the announcements. There will be a meeting next week for all travelers. Listen Monday for more information.

Next week is Holiday Spirit Week join in one or all of the days!
Merry Monday – wear as much red and green as possible
Tacky Sweater Tuesday – wear your fun/wacky sweater
Winter Wonderland Wednesday – holiday socks, scarves, pants, and /or shirts
Thursday Holiday Headgear – Wear Santa hat, elf hat, antlers, etc.
Friday Silent night – Holiday PJ’s



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ROTC Annual Military Inspection Held on December 10

Each year, the Southold Mattituck Greenport NJROTC have an Annual Military Inspection. On December 10, another amazing inspection was held and the cadets involved did an outstanding job. So many invaluable lessons are taught and reinforced throughout the NJROTC program to include dedication, honor, and teamwork These, along with hard work and attention to detail were apparent throughout the day. The program would not be a success without the support of the Greenport High School Administration and community and we appreciate this greatly. 50 cadets from Greenport participated. Emma Wachtel was promoted to Petty Officer 3rd Class. Diego Atlixqueno was awarded the Cadet Achievement Ribbon.

Thursday, December 12th, 2019 A Day

Chopped Competition is TODAY! 

This is a reminder for the following students to go to the Home Ec room at 10 o’clock:
Chefs:
Ayania Smith
Aleyna Gungor
Chris Swetland
Shelby Picard
Wendy Hernandez
Pedro Velasquez
Elber Ochoa
Jaleen O’Neal
Hosts:
Melanie Silie
Joshua Santacroce
Helpers:
Donovan Sanchez
Tiara Edwards
Mack Mezynieski
Andrea Ochoa
John Blasko
Kelly Torres
Oscar Catalan
GPO TV:
Sailor Pollock
Drew Wolf
Sevastian Alvarado
Attention all DECA members. There will be a meeting in Mr. Holt’s room during advisory this Friday.

In JH volleyball yesterday, Team Gold defeated Mattituck in three sets, 25-23, 18-25, 25-20.   Top servers for Greenport Gold were Lexi Heidtmann (8 points), Leslie Santamaria (10 points) and Starr Edwards (20 points, 15 aces).


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