Please note that the daily announcements are posted by staff members in between classes and/or work duties. Announcements are posted as quickly as possible each day. Thank you for your patience.
June 12, 2019 – “C” Day
Any student interested in taking AP European History next year please see Mr. Isseks ASAP.
ENGLISH: Students who plan on taking English 10 Honors with Dr. Schneider, please stop by her room during Regents Week to pick up paperwork.
Students who plan on taking AP Literature and Composition with Dr. Schneider, please stop by her room during Regents Week to pick up paperwork.
Students who plan on taking AP Language and Composition with Mr. Harris, please stop by his room during Regents Week to pick up paperwork.
Reminder as the weather gets warmer please check the dress code for appropriate attire.
JUNIORS: IT IS TIME FOR YOUR DISNEY DEPOSITS! Please come see Mrs. Dombrowski or Ms. Lobdell for permission slips and information. Permission slips and $50 deposit DUE June 13th.
LIBRARY: The Library will be a Silent Study Zone beginning Monday, June 10th and
continuing for the remainder of the year. Please check your email for further details.
Any current Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior who is interested in borrowing books from the library for the summer may stop down to check them out. They will be due September 13th. You may not check out summer reading materials if you currently have overdue books.
SPORTS: There will be a meeting for all girls interested in trying out for volleyball in the fall. The meeting will be on Wednesday, June 12th in room A214 starting at 2:30pm.
GHS hosts Dr. Michael Fowlin-internationally renowned psychologist, performer and poet, June 12th, 7pm in the GIS Auditorium.
INTERESTING FACTS FOR TODAY:
1665- New Amsterdam legally becomes an English colony and renamed New York after English Duke of York
1787- US Law passes providing a senator must be at least 30 years old
1849- Gas mask patented by Lewis Haslett (Louisville, Kentucky)
1923-Harry Houdini frees himself from a straight jacket while suspended upside down, 40 feet (12 m) above ground in NYC
1939- Baseball Hall of Fame opens in Cooperstown, NY
1964-Nelson Mandela is sentenced to life in prison in South Africa
1967- US Supreme Court unanimously ends laws against interracial marriages
1968- U.S. premiere of horror film “Rosemary’s Baby”
1981 “Raiders of the Lost Ark” premieres
1997- “Batman and Robin” George Clooney premieres in Los Angeles
2007- “Transformers”, directed by Michael Bay premieres in Sydney
2017- Forbes release Top 100 highest-paid entertainers list – Sean “Diddy” Combs at No.1 with earnings of 130 million
Only 2 Days till Class Day!