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Gateway announces the top five seniors for 2010/11 (l-r) Kersten Spissell, Julianne Guilfoy, Megan McBride, Karin Krause and Theresa Klaus who will be honored by the Gloucester County Department of Education at the Academic Excellence Awards Banquet in May.
September Gators of the Month
Alexander Dziewa, senior
Theresa Klaus, senior
Nicholas Cooper, 7th Grade White
Angela Conley, 7th Grade Blue
Zachary Ready, 8th Grade Green
Jason Amaradio, 8th Grade Gold
Class Officers 2010-2011
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Public Review Invited
Those wishing to review the following reports or documentation are welcome to do so by contacting the Board of Education District Office to schedule an appointment with the Superintendent’s Office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. weekdays:
- New Jersey School Report Card
- Professional Development Activities
- Condition of School Facilities
- School Health Services Plan
- Violence and Vandalism Report
- School Safety Plans
|November 24||Half Day - Early Dismissal|
|November 25, 26||Thanksgiving Holiday – School Closed|
|December 16||High School Holiday Concert|
|December 23||Half Day – Early Dismissal|
|December 24 – 31||Winter Break – School Closed|
|January 3||School Resumes|
|January 14||Half Day – Early Dismissal|
|January 17||Martin Luther Day – School Closed|
|January 25||Financial Aid Night|
|January 28||Renaissance Snow Ball Dance|
Spirit Week at Gateway
Spirit Week at Gateway was held from September 27th through October 1st . Students demonstrated their school spirit by participating in each day’s specified events to show their “Gator Pride”. The class with the most spirit challenged the Gateway faculty in the annual Tug-Of-War activity. Following are some pictures from the weekly events:
Click below to see pictures from events that have been happening around our school.
SCHOOL WIDE NEWS
MIX IT UP DAY AT GATEWAY
In honor of Rachel’s Challenge, Tuesday, November 9th was National Mix it Up Day for all schools. Students pulled various colored papers as they entered the cafeteria, seating them at different tables, encouraging them to eat their lunches with other students who are not already in their circle of friends. This fun activity helped students who previously did not know one another to discover that they have some common interests.
The purpose of this activity is to have students leave their comfort zone in an effort to reach out and get to know one another when they normally would not do so. There is a special activity planned every month in this venue to help students learn to nurture words and acts of kindness toward one another as we all work to enhance the positive culture in our school.
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What Else is Happening?
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As the Gateway Regional School District welcomed staff and students back for the 2010-11 school year, there were changes; some will go unnoticed and others will not.
Gateway students have continued to earn accolades upon graduation. Last year’s seniors earned $2,754,309 in scholarships and awards. This was accomplished through hard work, along with the support of family and staff at Gateway. At graduation, I shared some quotes from students about their experiences of going to school at Gateway; here are some of the statements I read: Read More...
Attention Senior Citizens
The Fall Play – Spring Musical (Matinee Only) & the Senior Citizen Dinner Dance are just a few of the many events held at Gateway that you may attend free of charge during the school year. Please call Mrs. Rohloff at 856-848-8200 ext. 209 to have your name put on the mailing list in order to be notified of upcoming events.
Cross Roads Café was developed by Sodexo, keeping the high school student in mind. This discerning group expects variety, flavor, quality and excellent customer service. Your Sodexho team is committed to meeting and exceeding our customer’s expectations. Students at Gateway Regional are now able to receive a nutritious breakfast every morning at the Cross Roads Café. Hot and cold breakfast items are available for $1.75. Reduced or free breakfasts are available, depending on eligibility.
Breakfast is ready at 7:15 a.m. daily.
School Bus Drivers Needed: Gateway Regional High School is seeking bus drivers for part-time positions and afternoon sports activities. Must have CDL Class B with passenger and “S” endorsements. Positions available immediately. Call Mrs. Harper at 848-8200 ext. 258 EOE