03/21/17 Morning Announcements
Attention students in a senior homeroom: You may now pick up guest approval forms for prom. ONLY students in a SENIOR HOMEROOM may pick up forms. Please see Mrs. Hanna in room 2470 between classes for a form!
Brackets for the Indian post bracket challenge are now available in the front office. Be sure to be sure to turn the bracket back to the Indian post room. The daily board and scores will be updated lately.
All juniors interested in taking dual credit during their senior year are invited to attend a meeting March 20th at 5:30 pm in the lecture hall.You and your parents should plan to attend if you want to take dual credit courses through Limestone or SCC during your senior year.
Any rising female junior or senior girl interested in attending leadership converse, a free 4 day workshop, please see Mrs. Dover in guidance for more details. Students who are active in there communities or in leadership roles, have a passion for helping others, and who have a vision for positive change are encouraged to apply.
As basketball is the American sport, the diamond club, the basketball boosters are hosting a “black out” basketball game on march 30th @ 6:00 p.mm. we invite you to come out and show support to coach Osment and the GHS Indians. Student tickets will be presold for $3.00. There will be a drawing for GHS students at the beginning of every inning for $50.00 cash. All you have to do is show your student id when entering he gate and you will be entered into the drawing. Come out and enjoy the night. GHS basketball apparel will be on sale as well. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Jerry “jug” Wallace field.
Do you have any interest in Science? Are you creative? Do you enjoy working with children? Know2 is currently looking for students to help in the summer reading program during the months of june and July. If interested, please see guidance.
This weeks VIP winners are:
Please stop by the media center for your chance to draw for money.
Millitary service academy day 2017
– Any students who would like more information about attending a military service academy when they graduate high school can attend a seminar at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia on April 1st . this seminar is free and the program includes presentations from the AIR FORCE, COAST GUARD, MERCHANT MARINES, ARMY, NAVY, and ROTC. If you would like to attend, you must RSVP by MARCH 28TH at