Attention 8th Graders! Time if running out! All baby pictures for the yearbook are due to Student Services by November 1st!!
As part of the GOMS BULLY PREVENTION MONTH, Rachel’s Challenge Program was presented to the student body on Tuesday Oct. 7. Rachel’s Challenge is an exciting program that takes a tragic event at Columbine High School and looks for positive ways to encourage students to make a difference on their campus in the way we treat others. Students were challenged to make a pledge to spread kindness and compassion throughout the school.
*Look for the Best in Others
*Choose Positive Influences
*Speak with Kindness
*Start a Chain reaction
Next Friday, October 24th, the ASB will be hosting its first dance of the year, from 7-9pm, in the school amphitheater. Tickets will be on sale from Oct. 20th thru Oct 24.th Tickets cost $5 when purchased in advance and $7.00 at the door. A student ID is required at the door for admission. This dance is a Fall Fiesta!! So be sure to wear a school-appropriate costume so you can participate in the costume parade. School dress code policies still apply! In addition to music and dancing, there will be refreshments for sale. All proceeds benefit the Student Body so please be sure to attend this SPOOKtacular event!
The week of October 27th thru October 31st is Red Ribbon Week, a time to celebrate staying drug-free. Let’s show our school spirit for staying drug-free! On Monday, Oct. 27th wear pajamas to school to dream of a drug-free life. On Tuesday, Oct. 28th choose good role models by dressing like your favorite teacher. On Wednesday, Oct. 29th wish for a drug-free, fairytale ending as you dress like a Disney character. On Thursday, Oct. 30th, blind away drugs by dressing in neon colors. Friday, October 31st is Halloween so dress up in your Halloween costume to scare away bad influences in your life. Dress code still applies. Let’s celebrate Red Ribbon Week together as a school!