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Gateway announces the top five seniors for Grade Point Average 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.
Gators of the Month
Each month, two faculty selection committees, one for the middle school and another for the senior high, meet to review students nominated for the “Gator-of-the-Month” award. Students are selected on the basis of citizenship, academic effort and participation in school activities. Two students from the senior high and four from the middle school (one from each team) are selected for the award and are honored at a Board of Education meeting.
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February Gators (l-r): Fallon Schomber, Madison Shinn, Roger Letzgus, Olivia Cann, Isabella Armento and Gianna Gismondi.
March Gators (l-r): Peggy Nicolle, Taylor Kibel, Keith Cornish, Kyle Ziegler and Tanvir Bashar. (not shown: Dylan Jeffers)
Did You Know...
Gateway’s Indoor Color Guard earned first place finishes at their Ridley, Springford Area, Haddon Heights and Abington High School competitions so far this year. Keep up the good work – we’re rooting for you!
Alisha Fox was named to the Courier Post's All-Group 1 Honorable Mention for girls basketball.
Congratulations go out to Meghan Nowak for being selected Gloucester County Times Player of the Year. Meghan has participated in the Al Carino All-Star game and the NJSIAA North/South All-Star game... Read More Student Accomplishments...
|April 22-29||Spring Break|
|April 26-29||Senior Trip|
|April 27||School Board Election|
|May 6||Prom – Early Dismissal|
|May 9||People's Choice Awards|
|May 18||HS Band & Jazz Concert|
|May 26||MS Spring Concert|
|May 30||Memorial Day – School Closed|
|June 2||HS Choral Concert|
|June 7||MS & HS Academic Awards Dinner|
|June 9||MS Play|
|June 10||Music Department Awards|
|June 13||Spring Varsity Awards Banquet|
|June 14||8th Grade Recognition Ceremony|
|June 19||Community Baccalaureate Service|
If you would like additional information or clarification on the proposed budget, you are encouraged to call the Board Office (848-8203) with any questions or suggestions. Please consider carefully the spending recommendations of your Board of Education and vote on April 27th. Polls will be open in the local elementary schools from 2 PM through 9 PM. As always, we continue to appreciate the support and pride that you show in your school.
School Wide News
Colonial Conference Mascots in Senior High Gym
Peggy Nicolle from Wenonah Girl Scout Troup 66243 has completed all requirements for Girl Scouting’s highest honor, the Girl Scouts Gold Award. Peggy spent 125 hours in a leadership role, 62 hours in career exploration and over 100 hours on her project to achieve this award. With her project, Mascots With Meaning, Peggy painted each of the Colonial Conference mascots on 3x3 wooden boards and covered them with plexi-glass. They now hang in the Gateway high school gymnasium. Peggy’s project gave her the chance to combine her love of art and sports as well as give back to Gateway for the opportunities she has been given.
Peggy’s project was funded by Wheelabrator in Westville and Cornell & Company in Woodbury.
Gateway's Spring Musical
This year’s spring musical Pippin was based on a book by Robert O. Hirson, music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and orginally produced on Broadway by Stuart Ostrow. The story of a young man trying to find his way in life, dealing with the forces of good and evil, is actually a play within a play. Following are photographs from the show.
GATEWAY'S NEWEST MASCOT
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What Else is Happening?
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Click Below to see what our clubs been up to.
• Club news from: FCCLA, Builder's, German, Key, and Leo Clubs.
• The Latin Club Spaghetti Dinner
• The FCCLA and Student Council Senior Citizen Dance
Middle School News
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• Read Across America Day
• St. Paddy's Day Dance
• Red Carpet Wednesday & A Special Visitor
Department & Staff News
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What's happening with our students? Find out here...
Sharing services is nothing new to the five districts that comprise the Gateway Group. For over 30 years, the Gateway Group has been recognized as a model for regional school districts across the state in finding ways to gain cost efficiencies through cooperative arrangements. The Gateway Regional School District already shares Business Services, Child Study Team, Curriculum, Food Service, and Transportation with the elementary sending districts, resulting in substantial savings to the taxpayers. For 2011-12 the Gateway Group Schools continue to work together to find more ways to share services in order to increase the percentage of funding that goes directly to instruction.
Gateway Selected As School Choice District
Gateway Regional High School has been selected as a School Choice district for the 2011-2012 year. Gateway students currently benefit from small class sizes and a comprehensive selection of courses and electives. Gateway is excited to welcome students from a variety of backgrounds and communities bringing different experiences to our school. Interactions between new and current students will build a stronger school community, enable the district to maintain and expand programs, and create new opportunities for all students.
A public information session will be held on Tuesday, May 10 at 7:30 pm in the auditorium. For more information, please contact Mrs. Carol O'Connell, ext. 226 or Mr. Steve Hindman, ext. 214.
On Wednesday, April 27th, the Voters of the Gateway Regional High School District will be asked to consider the school’s proposed 2011-12 budget plan. The district budget has been completed after months of planning and evaluation by staff, administration and school board members. Our job has been a ‘balancing act’ – the education, philosophical and financial needs of our district weighed against the constraints of state mandates, cap limitations and contractual obligations. Click to Read More and learn about the candidates running for the Board of Education...
Nominations For Athletics Hall of Fame
Nominations are being accepted for the 2011 Gateway Hall of Fame. Please call Mr. Lou Raba, athletic director, at 856-384-0322 to receive an application. Read More for Eligibility...
Project Child Find The Gateway Group School Districts (Gateway, National Park, Westville, Woodbury Heights and Wenonah) want to assist parents in need of possible special education services for their children. Read More...
Receive Email From Guidance If you would like to receive regular emails from the guidance department, please call Mrs. Carol O’Connell at 848-8200 ext. 229 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our high school parent email groups. Read More...