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Quidditch Season

Quidditch sign ups begin Tuesday, September 6, and will conclude Friday September 9. Uniform fees will be due by Friday, September 9. Quidditch season will run through the end of October and will conclude with a Halloween Cup Tournament. This year the Quidditch teams will be expanded to eight to accommodate the growing popularity of the sport. Practices and games will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays and will end at 3:20pm. We are looking for parent volunteers to build Quidditch equipment and to run a concession stand during games. Please contact Emily Slagle or Gina Taylor with any questions!
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ReDo Day September 13 & 14

September 13th and 14th our 8th grade students will be experiencing ReDo day. ReDo Day seeks to help students and adults alike that respect is an action. For positive change to occur in the school community, each person must make the choice to build others up instead of tearing others down.
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6th Grade Summer Project

All students entering 6th grade for the 2016-17 school year need to complete the Summer Project which will be due August 19th. Click to see the assignment.
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7th Grade Summer Project

All students entering 7th grade for the 2016-17 school year need to complete the Summer Project which will be due August 19th. Click to see the assignment.
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8th Grade Summer Project

All students entering 8th grade for the 2016-17 school year need to complete the Summer Project which will be due August 19th. Click to see the assignment.
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Bowling Time

Mr. Tissot took his adaptive PE class bowling. The students had a great time.
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GMS 6th Grade Luau

Our 6th grade students had a great time at the annual Luau. A big thank you to all the volunteers of the PTO for providing this for our students.
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Hands-on Math

GMS 6th graders on the Seawolves team built a "golden" bridge using pennies. Students first had to use prior knowledge of bridges, write a hypothesis and then complete the experiment.
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