9:00 AM GJHS: Spelling Bee
4:30 PM GJHS: Girls Basketball @ Krum
5:00 PM GJHS: Boys Basketball @ HOME
Want to know more about this digital world your child lives in both day and night? Then you may want to attend the Social Media Wellness Meeting on December 12th. Parents of any tween or teen are invited to come and hear tips and strategies to help today's youth thrive in the digital world they live in. Based on the book by author Ana Homayoun , you are sure to walk away with a tip or two to help both you and your digital tween.
This year, Mr. Sutton and Mrs. Wolfenbarger along with a new cast of students, will perform The Jungle Book. Congratulations to all of the cast members selected after Thursday's auditions. GJHS is excited to see these talented students perform this great play. The Jungle Book Cast: Mowgli = Desmond Pouncil , Alternative 1 = Pearson Neal, Baloo = Lilly Tate, Alternative 2 = Jayden Hancock, Bagheera = Wiley Bilby, Alternative 3 = Ashley Licurse, Shere Khan = Whitney Dosher, Alternative 4 = Edith Mesta, Tabaqui = Jaylyen Graham, Kaa = Ceci Corona, Akela = Hayley Ragsdale, Father Wolf = Daniel Zuniga, Mother Wolf / Messua = Brianna Streeter, The Kite = Kathrine McNally, Funky= Sydneigh Alford, Cheeky = Sofie Corona, Trout = Celeste Davis, Wolf 1/ Cub = Angelica Sainz, Wolf 2 = Angel Gonzales
The GISD Teacher of the Month for November is Shelby Payeur. Shelby is in her third year teaching first grade at Edison Elementary and this year she is teaching in the dual language program. The November GISD Employee of the Month is Donna Taylor, GHS PEIMS Secretary. This is Donna's second year at GHS and 19th year combined in school districts.
GISD Superintendent Dr. Jeff Brasher has initiated the formation of a Student Advisory Council. Students from Lee Intermediate, GJHS, and GHS were selected by their Principals to serve on the committee based on their leadership within organizations on their respective campuses. Read more...
Gainesville ISD earned six individual campus academic distinctions in the 2017 Accountability ratings. School districts and their campuses are evaluated on four criteria: student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps and postsecondary reading level.