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Karin Krause -Valedictorian Class of 2011 Karin will be attending The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va.



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Kersten Spissell -Salutatorian Class of 2011 Kersten will be attending Rowan University in Glassboro.


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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APRIL


April Gators (l-r):  Maggie Joyce, Abdullah Al-Habshi, Maeve Armstrong, Logan Bersani, Alex Farrell, Sara Jolly.

MAY/JUNE [1]

May/June [1] Gators (l-r): Christopher Hasko, Maria Mauceli, Rachel Sener, Dominique Carpineta, Alicia Coombs and Sean Walsh-Warren.

MAY/JUNE [2]

May/June Gators of the Month [2] (l-r): Ashley Miller, Katelyn Lynch, Tavis McClain, Anthony Gentile, Jon Robb, Mitchell Hewitt and Eric Raugh. (Not available at time of photo: Ellen Grannan, Jimmy Miller, Caitlyn Piscopo, Tyler Savage, Larry Smock III, Ashley Stout, Michelle Devereaux, Josh Galante, Corrina Rosetti and Alex Sims)


Did You Know...
The GRHS Indoor Color Guard, led by seniors Skylar Cooper and Brittany Johann, won the silver medal in the Scholastic Intermediate A Class at the TIA Atlantic Coast Indoor Championships in May.

The Concert Choir and Madrigal singers performed at the New Jersey American Choral Directors Association High School Choral Festival in May with both groups scoring a Superior rating for performance. Read More Student Accomplishments

Did You Know

  • The GRHS Indoor Color Guard, led by seniors Skylar Cooper and Brittany Johann, won the silver medal in the Scholastic Intermediate A Class at the TIA Atlantic Coast Indoor Championships in May.

  • The Concert Choir and Madrigal singers performed at the New Jersey American Choral Directors Association High School Choral Festival in May with both groups scoring a Superior rating for performance.

  • Charlotte Santo, Alisha Fox and Liz Little were selected to join the Colonial Conference All-Star track and field team.

  • Jake Morris and Anika DeBerry were pronounced King and Queen of this year’s 2011 Junior/Senior prom;

  • Sophomore Alexandria Brady and seventh-grade student Crystal Bruce won complimentary yearbooks for the 2010-11 school year in the Gator Day raffle. Allie received a copy of the high school year book and Crystal received a copy of the middle school yearbook;

  • The Scholastic Book Fair sold a total of 224 (gently used) books, raising over $2500 for their fundraiser. This money is being donated to Gateway to make some much needed purchases for the school;

  • Mr. Anderson, Mr. Better and a team of seven technology education students (Teague Forren, Alex Afflerbach, Evan Galczynski, Krissy Sheehan, Nick Lamb, Ken Wenner and Rachel Mezis) participated in a project initiated by McGraw-Hill publishing company on developing a new pre-engineering video textbook.


Awards Presented At Gateway Music Banquet

    More than 150 people were in attendance on Friday, June 10th for the annual Gateway Music Department Awards Banquet.  This event honors all the students in the Music Department for their outstanding achievements during the school year.

    Senior Tyler Warrington received the Claire Savar Echols Memorial Award for a senior outstanding in musical performance.  This annual award is given in memory of Claire Echols, a former math teacher at Gateway.  The Ann and Al Sattin Memorial Award for outstanding service to the Gateway Spring Musical was given this year to Sara Jolly.  The James and Velma Garner Memorial Award for a student who has shown dedication to the Marching Band Program was awarded this year to senior band member Brittany Johann.  The Brian G. Tice Award for outstanding vocal and instrumental music was given to Zachary Royal.

     The Gateway music parents association awarded eight $100 scholarships to the following deserving students:  Outstanding Choral Performance, Valerie Loeffler; Outstanding Madrigal Performance, Theresa Klaus; Outstanding Instrumental Performance, Jake Morris; Outstanding Marching Band Performance, Skylar Cooper; Outstanding Indoor Color Guard Performance, Skylar Cooper; Outstanding Spring Musical Performance, Lindsay Hamilton; Outstanding Jazz Ensemble Performance, Skylar Cooper; and Overall Excellence to Music Program, Zachary Royal.

     Following the dinner and the awards presentation, everyone was entertained by the Gateway jazz ensemble and the music department students in a musical cabaret.

     Any individual or organization interested in initiating a scholarship opportunity for the Gateway Music Program should contact the Music Parents’ president, Mrs. Sue Hinkson, or the music faculty at the high school.



Theresa Klaus receives a $500 scholarship from Delsea Tennis Club representative, Mr. Cliff Mooney.  This award is presented to a student who plays tennis, shows leadership and demonstrates academic excellence.  Pictured (l-r) are: Mr. Raba, athletic director, Mr. Mooney, Delsea Tennis Club representative, Theresa Klaus, Mrs. Johnson, head girls tennis coach and Mr. Hindman, principal.



Joe Berg (center right), flanked by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg, is presented with the “Chip” Cresse III Community Service Award from  foundation president, Mrs. Nancy Cresse (far left) for his various community volunteer efforts. Mrs. Cresse is the wife of late Wadsworth “Chip” Cresse who also spent much of his life inconspicuously giving back to the community.



Project Graduation 2011

    Project Graduation for the Class of 2011 was a great success. The Project Graduation committee, led by Mrs. Monica Gismondi, Mrs. Lori Kirkbridge and Mrs. JoAnne Kleine, held the party at the Cherry Hill Racquet Club again this year. Through the generosity of our school bus drivers donating their time to bus the graduates to and from the club, the graduates were able to participate in various activities, including volleyball,  basketball, Old Time Photos, Superstar’s Entertainment Make Your Own Music Video, and a hypnotist show at the end of the evening.

     Project Graduation is a drug-and alcohol-free party that is funded through donations and fund-raisers throughout each school year.  The committee extends its sincere appreciation to those who donated their support to this event.  Without the generosity of the local businesses and the donations from parents, friends and organizations, Project Graduation would not be possible.  This is a wonderful way to send each graduating class off by allowing them to spend one last time together.  The committee extends each graduate the best of luck in the future with sincere wishes for their memories of that evening, as well as all of their good years at Gateway, to stay with them forever. 




Top 10% of Senior Class

Brianna Armstrong, Kelci Flynn, Kyle Giusti, Julianne Guilfoy, Theresa Klaus, Karin Krause, Megan McBride, Meghan Nowak, Kelsey Rinear, Kersten Spissell, Kayla Stohr, Elizabeth Vahey and Kelsey Welsh.




500 Wing Challenge

Mr. Harris (far left) watches Scott Mulholland (far right) try his hand at the 500 Wing penny toss challenge as students Jason Ruiz (center left), Austin Sanders (center) and Johnathan McKenzie (background) study his moves while contemplating their strategies.



World Language Department

Mr. Matalucci ended the school year with a Spaghetti Ice Cream Day as a culminating activity.  Spaghetti Ice Cream is a treasured German treat. Here Jake Ramotowski creates a spaghetti ice-cream masterpiece. Strawberry topping serves as gravy, grated white chocolate as parmesan cheese and milk duds as meatballs.





Gummi Bear contest winner(center) Lisa Devereaux is rewarded with a jar of Gummi Bears and the German national team soccer jersey by German club officers (l-r) Keith Cornish, Kelsey Rinear, Mitch Hewitt, Alex Judson and Jake Dominy for winning the annual Guess the Gummi Bear contest fund raiser. The students raised over $100 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation with this event.

Important Dates


Date Event
August 24 7th Grade Orientation
September 1 Teacher In-Service – Full Day
September 6 First Full Day of Classes – Grades 9 - 12 only
September 7 First Full Day of Classes – Grades 7 & 8 only
September 8 Full Day – All Students
September 13 7th Grade Literature Circle
September 16 8th Grade Literature Circle
September 22 Back-To-School Night – Middle School Parents
September 23 Homecoming Game – Gateway vs. Sterling
September 24 Game Day Activities and Homecoming Dance
September 27 Back-To-School Night – High School Parents
October 10 Teacher In-Service – Full Day
October 17-21 Violence Prevention Week
October 24-28 Gateway Spirit/Red Ribbon Week

School Wide News

Family and Consumer Science
Gateway extends congratulations to the winners of the Food and Fashion Show Exposition.  The annual exposition is hosted by the Family and Consumer Sciences Department.  Students are invited to demonstrate their skills and talents in the fields of food preparation and clothing design.  Following are the winners in each area and category.

Fashion Expo

  • Sleepwear: 3rd place, Anthony Bayer; 2nd place, Nicole Dybus; 1st place, Alexis Kapp

  • Sportswear: 3rd place, Shalyn So; 2nd place, Emily Godsey; 1st place, Colleen Connolly

  • Summer Wear: 3rd place, Stephanie Hauck; 2nd place, Jessica Miller; 1st place, Tyler Covely;

  • Accessories One: 3rd place, Jamie Lugiano; 2nd place, Meghan Nowak; 1st place, Julie Smith;

  • Casual Wear: 3rd place, Anika DeBerry; 2nd place, Michelle Marsden; 1st place, Jessica Purcell;

  • Accessories II: 3rd place, Zach Royal; 2nd place, Damara Peraino; 1st place, Sarah Jennings;

  • Crafts: 3rd place, Tina Carbin; 1st and 2nd place, Michelle Marsden;

  • Quilts: 3rd place, Erynn Myers; 2nd place, Alexis Gratton; 1st place, Tina Carbin; Best of Show,  Megan McBride.

Food Expo

  • Appetizers, 2nd place, Keri Hauser-Bruschetta; 1st place, Jacob Taylor-Crab Ball;

  • Desserts, 3rd place, Salvi Varallo/Lauren Jones-Fried Mint Oreo; 2nd place, Jacob Taylor-Banana Pudding; 1st place Kelly Diehle-Fudgy Brownie and Caitlyn Piscopo-Apple Spice Muffin;

  • Cakes, 3rd place, Meghan O’Toole-Rainbow Mason Jar Cake; 2nd place, Christine Jantz-Ganache Cake; 1st place, Lauren Jones/Salvi Varallo-Barbie Cake;

  • Best of Show, Julianne Guilfoy-Ratatouille. Click here to download the prize winning recipe...
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LAST BLAST FOR THE SENIOR CLASS
GRADUATION & PROJECT GRADUATION


Project Graduation is an alcohol-free party for the senior class with a lot of good food served (all night!), fun activities and fantastic prizes for members of the senior class. The seniors and the project graduation committee work all year to raise money and receive donations for this worthy event. !  Following are pictures from the events, in case you missed it:




PROJECT GRADUATION

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Congratulations to the Class of 2011!
You will be missed!

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Athletes of the Month

Brent Rubena (l) and Ryan Hynds (r) were selected as April’s varsity athletes of the month.  Brent was chosen for baseball and Ryan was chosen for softball.



Jake Dominy (l) and Liz Little (r) were selected as June’s varsity athletes of the month.  Jake was chosen for boys’ track and Liz was chosen for girls’ track



Nick Rutter (l) and Julie Kowalski (r) were selected as May’s varsity athletes of the month.  Nick was chosen for boy’s baseball and Julie was chosen for girl’s Lacrosse.



Eagle Scouts

Senior, Joe Berg (right) along with his brother David (left) [class of 2009], of the Boy Scouts of America Troop 50 received their Eagle Scout Court of Honor declaration in June.  In order to receive this award, they must go through a rigorous program from Cub Scout through Eagle Scout and only a select group of young men get this far.  This is the first time in the history of the Troop 50 Wenonah Eagle Scouts for two brothers to achieve this honor at the same time. 





Gateway Congratulates National Honor Society Inductees

On June 7th, 29 new members were inducted into Gateway’s chapter of the National

Honor Society (NHS) in the traditional candlelight ceremony.  Gateway science teacher and current Teacher of the Year, Mr. David Harris, was the guest speaker at the affair.  Advisor, Mr. Howard, welcomed everyone.  Current NHS members also gave their interpretation on the qualities that all National Honor Society members must exhibit.  Julianne Guilfoy spoke on character; Jacob Dominy spoke on service; Meghan Nowk spoke on Leadership; and Kersten Spissell spoke on scholarship. The new inductees included:

 

Class of 2011

Joseph Berg, Anika DeBerry, John Eastlack, Alexander Farrell, Kyle Giusti, Jacob Morris, Karissa Quinn, Kelsey Rinear, Kayla Stohr and Kelsey Welsh.

 

Class of 2012

Alex Afflerbach, Katherine Black, Breanna Carey, Jamie Connelly, Sarah Duvall, Samantha Dwight, Shanyn Fleming, Ryan Gavin, Alexis Gratton, Ryan Hynds, Alexander Judson, Julie Kowalski, Nicholas Lamb, Rachel Mezis, Autumn Quinn, Nicholas Rutter, Nicholas Varquez, Kenneth Wenner and Devan Winterle.

 

Following the candle lighting and pledge ceremony, certificates and pins were awarded by Gateway’s principal, Mr. Steve Hindman, and NHS president, Karin Krause.  Mr. Hindman congratulated the inductees and praised them for their selection.  Sergeant-at-arms, Zachary Royal, concluded the evening by extending thanks to all the contributors.  A group of parent volunteers provided refreshments following the ceremony.

 

 

Academic Honors Departmental Awards – 2011

The following members of  the class of 2011 were recognized in the following departments:

 

Scholastic Awards for Outstanding Achievement

Margaret Nicolle -Art

David Pomroy -Business and Computer Technology

Julianne Guilfoy -English

Karin Krause -English

Christina Carbin -Family & Consumer Science

Kersten Spissell -Mathematics

Katherine Domico-Music

Kayla Stohr -Physical Education

Megan McBride -Science

Jacob Dominy -Social Studies

Matthew Rusk-Technology Education

Theresa Klaus-World Languages

 

Merit Award

Kyle Bright National Geography Bee …

Middle School Level Winner

 

 

National Latin Exam Award Winners

Nineteen Latin students from Gateway have received awards for the high scores that they received on the National Latin Exam, which is administered jointly by the American Classical League and the National Junior Classical League. 

Following are the students who received these honors:


2nd Place Silver medals – Benjamin Delany, Latin I; Jacob Fayette, Latin I; William Norris, Latin I.


3rd Place Magna Cum Laude Certificates – Christina Pellegrino, Latin II; Kendle Benatti, Fulvio Conicelli, Latin I; Catherine Moran, Latin I; Brandon Dolbow, Latin Intro; Leah Cohen, Latin Intro.


4th Place Cum Laude Certficates – Nichole Savin, Latin IV; Katharine Christensen, Latin III; Connor Moran, Latin III; Christina Norris, Latin III; Rachel Outten, Latin II; Jennifer Roethke, Latin II; Kyle Bright, Latin I; Zachary Mezis, Latin I; Thomas Nicolle, Latin Intro; Fallon Schomber, Latin Intro.


Over 150,000 students from throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, China, Japan, Korea, Iran, Malaysia and Africa participated in this examination which tested the students’ knowledge of Latin grammar as well as classical mythology, history and literature.  The Latin teacher at Gateway is Mrs. Penny R. Cipolone.

 

 

World Language Honor Society Inductees

On March 10, the World Language Honor Society welcomed twenty new inductee’s into their fold.  They are:

French:  Katherine Black, Sarah Buesing, Breanna Carey, Ava DeFrancesco, Samantha Dwight, Shanyn Fleming, Ashley DeFrancesco, Sara Jolly, Courtney Judson, Theresa Klaus, Carly Kramer, Emma Ledden, Rachel Maska, Salvi Varallo, Alyssa Welsh

Latin:  Katherine Christensen, Sherri Hall, Megan McGonigle, Alexandra McNally, Connor Moran, Julia Nerz, Christina Norris

Spanish:  Alexandria Brady, Emily Godsey, Troy Johnson, Jacob Ledden, Natalie Poirier, Marisa Reeves, Kirsten Reynolds, Elizabeth Romeo, Ciara Williams
German:  Shane Forand, Edward Michaelchuck, Natalie Spissell, Agata Wlodek


Alumni News
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Alumni News

Joe Kendall (l), class of 2010 was awarded the Karl Kupersmith Scholarship award by Mrs. Susan Kupersmith  (r) of the Association of Scientists and Professional Engineering Personnel (ASPEP).  Joe is currently enrolled at Drexel University School of Engineering in Philadelphia as a Pennoni Honors Scholar.


Wenonah Mother/Daughter Duo Graduate Rutgers Masters Program Together

Erin Sheehan, class of 2004 and mother Marianne Sheehan graduated from Rutgers University together this year.  Erin, who served as class president all four years of her Gateway career is a graduate of the University of Miami and earned a Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers Camden School of Law.  Marianne, a graduate of Widener University and employed by Owens, Vergari and Umwala Cardiology Associates in West Deptford, earned a Master of the Arts of Liberal Studies.  Congratulations to a dynamic mother/daughter duo on their impressive accomplishments.

Katharyn Nicolle Is Miss New Jersey, 2011
Katharyn Nicolle, class of 2009, was crowned Miss New Jersey, 2011 in June.  She will be taking a year off from Dickinson College to fulfill her obligations, receiving a scholarship from the pageant association afterward to aid in continuing her education. Katharyn’s goal during her reign as Miss New Jersey is to promote her literacy platform, “Reading for the Right Reason”, in order to help elevate awareness of the importance and joy of reading for school-age children. She also looks forward to supporting the Children’s Miracle Network, benefitting the many children dealing with hardships, illness and disease. Future plans for Katharyn include traveling to Las Vegas in January to compete for the title of Miss America. 



Correction from the Spring 2011 Gator Preview
In the Alumni News photo for the Spring 2011 Gator Preview, three alumni were shown assisting Mr. Dericks with the punkin-chunkin trebuchet. Credit must be given to Joseph Kendall for the original design and alumni Raymond Kowalski and Michael Weber for assistance in the construction.  All alumni noted above were from the graduating class of 2010.

2011 Gateway
Hall of Fame
Honoree

Shannon Whalen, Superintendent   Mrs. Lauren Larsen, a 1980 graduate of Gateway Regional, has been inducted into the Gateway Hall of Fame. She was recently honored at the Academic Awards dinner for her outstanding achievement in the professional world and her dramatic transition into the unexpected role of a blood donation advocate. Attending the award ceremony with her was her classmate, Mr. Kevin Mullin. Former teachers Mr. John Howard and Mrs. Penny Cipolone also attended.
   After graduating from Gateway, Mrs. Larsen attended the University of Arizona where she earned her BA, then proceeded to UCLA to earn her MBA. She spent 16 years in the corporate world serving in management positions for various large companies, including Simon & Schuster and Pepsi-Cola. Read More...

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2011 Gateway Hall of Fame Honoree

Mrs. Lauren Larsen, a 1980 graduate of Gateway Regional, has been inducted into the Gateway Hall of Fame. She was recently honored at the Academic Awards dinner for her outstanding achievement in the professional world and her dramatic transition into the unexpected role of a blood donation advocate.  Attending the award ceremony with her was her classmate, Mr. Kevin Mullin. Former teachers Mr. John Howard and Mrs. Penny Cipolone also attended..

     After graduating from Gateway, Mrs. Larsen attended the University of Arizona where she earned her BA, then proceeded to UCLA to earn her MBA. She spent 16 years in the corporate world serving in management positions for various large companies, including Simon & Schuster and Pepsi-Cola.

     Mrs. Larsen’s life changed suddenly in the spring of 2000 when she developed pre-eclampsia complications during an otherwise uneventful pregnancy, triggering the need for 200 pints of blood.  Recovering from her near-fatal illness, Mrs. Larsen decided to rebuild her life to reflect one with more personal meaning and fulfillment. Being fully aware of just how many strangers selflessly donated their lifeblood to help save her life, Mrs. Larsen became a crusader as a volunteer blood donation advocate, initiating a global effort to support a safe and available blood supply. In addition to appearing in public service announcements and speaking at various transfusion medicine conferences, meetings and events, Mrs. Larsen served as acting spokesperson for the American Red Cross 2003 Save-A-Life-Tour. She served on the board of directors for the Foundation of America’s Blood Centers from 2002-2008, producing a series of online public service announcements called Blood Bytes, which are currently used by blood centers across the country. Mrs. Larsen has also been involved in encouraging preeclampsia research and education, hosting fundraisers for the Preeclampsia Foundation and awareness of the warning signs and potential devastation of this disease by offering continuing education courses for nurses.

     Mrs. Larsen’s latest effort, in conjunction with her husband, Jeff, is in launching a grass roots clean water initiative to drill wells in war torn Southern Sudan, bringing a clean and safe water supply to the local villagers. Their next drilling expedition is scheduled for December 2011.

     Mrs. Larson, her husband, Jeff, and daughter, Clare, live in Boulder, Colorado with their dogs Gingham, Duke and Jack.  Their family knows the value of laughing often, taking nothing for granted and appreciating every moment.

     The Gateway community congratulates Mrs. Larsen on this honor and applauds her achievement.





Art Show
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People's Choice Award Recipients


2011 Gateway Art Show Awards
Gateway’s annual art show exhibited an exciting collection of student works in sketching, painting, sculpting, freeform and even trash-to-treasure art forms.  Following are the winners in each category:
Best Display:
3rd place, Theresa Finocchiaro; 2nd place, Rocco Peditto; 1st place, Peggy Nicolle; Overall Best, Valerie Loeffler.
People's Choice:
Honorable Mention, Alex Judson; 3rd place, Rocco Peditto; 2nd place, Katie Muller; 1st place, Alyssa McConaghie.

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A Message from the Board


2011 Gateway Art Show Awards

Gateway’s annual art show exhibited an exciting collection of student works in sketching, painting, sculpting, freeform and even trash-to-treasure art forms.  Following are the winners in each category:
Best Display:
3rd place, Theresa Finocchiaro; 2nd place, Rocco Peditto; 1st place, Peggy Nicolle; Overall Best, Valerie Loeffler.

Peoples Choice:
Honorable Mention, Alex Judson; 3rd place, Rocco Peditto; 2nd place, Katie Muller; 1st place, Alyssa McConaghie.

Best Piece of Show:
3rd place, Therea Finocchiaro; 2nd place, Julie Kowalski; 1st place, Peggy Nicolle.

Best Mixed Media Piece:
Honorable Mention, Corrina Rosetti; 3rd place, Kate Christensen; 2nd place, Ava DeFrancesco; 1st place, Casey Rader.

Best Paint of Show:
Honorable Mention, Emma Ledden; 3rd place, Katie Muller; 2nd place, Alex Judson; 1st place, Julie Kowalski.

Best Drawing of Show:
3rd place, Valerie Loeffler; 2nd place, Alex Judson; 1st place, Mandy O’Neill.

Art 1 - Best Drawing:
Honorable Mention, Katie Moniz; 3rd place, Amanda Tray; 2nd place, David Prado/Jon Prado; 1st place, Kirsten Reynolds.

Art I - Best Painting:
Honorable Mention, Amanda Tray; 3rd place, Charlotte Santo; 2nd place, Jamie Garramone; 1st place, Margot Coates.

Art I - Best 3D Piece:
Honorable Mention, Brittney Porrini; 3rd place, Tyler DeMuro; 2nd place, Brittny Phelps; 1st place, Jessica Zuber.

Art II - Best Drawing:
3rd place, Christina Pellegrino; 2nd place, Angelina Villari; 1st place, Wynne Galczynski.

Art II - Best Painting:
Honorable Mention, Rhyan Kelleher; 3rd place, J R Little; 2nd place, Theresa Klaus; 1st place, Jenny Roethke.

Art II - Best 3D Piece:
Honorable Mention, Joe Cheety; 3rd place, Jenny Roethke; 2nd place, Katie Muller; 1st place, Valerie Loeffler.

Best Photo:
Honorable Mention, Alyssa Blemings; 3rd place, Melissa Craig; 2nd place, Meghan O’Toole; 1st place, Rocco Peditto.

Best Graphic Design Piece:
Honorable Mention, Paul Calhoun; 3rd place, Anika DeBerry; 2nd place, Liz Vahey; 1st place, Katie Galloway.

Best Assistants:
David Prado, Liz Little, Michele Wilson and Kevin O’Toole

Peoples Choice Award Recipients
The Peoples Choice Awards are a unique way for Gateway faculty and staff to recognize students who have made a significant impact on their sponsor’s life.  This year’s honorees are:

Rebecka Archer, Patrick Blundell, Patrick Bukenas, Lindsey Bylone, Christina Carbin, Katherine Christensen, Mallory Collins, Skylar Cooper, Luke Dromgoole, Sarah Duvall, Dion Esposito, Ellen Grannan, Tyler Hall, Chris Hart, Mitchell Hewitt, Emily Hinkson, Molly Hubert, Jared Kupsey, Jake LaBerdia, Nicholas Leahy, Elizabeth Little, Katelyn Lynch, Michelle Marsden, Maverick McBurnett, Brian Miller, Tommy Miller, Jenna Palmer, Rocco Peditto, David Prado, Autumn Quinn, Anthony Simone, Sarah Southard, Kayla Stohr, Devon Stout, Devon Taylor, Daniel Teschko, Salvi Varallo, Megan Wenner, Michele Wilson and Logan Zupko.

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Nominations For Athletic 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.  To be eligible, the nominee must be an alumni for at least five years, have attended Gateway for a minimum of two years, and have been an outstanding athlete while at Gateway or after leaving Gateway.  To be nominated as a coach, the nominee must have coached for at least five years.

 

 

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.  If you have an infant or child under the age of twenty-one who shows signs of a learning disability or developmental delay, contact your local school principal or the Child Study Team at Gateway Regional High School (856) 848-8210.

 

 

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 coconnell@gatewayhs.com to be added to our high school parent email groups.  Information about careers, colleges, scholarships, financial aid, GCIT, military opportunities, jobs for the summer and during the school year will be sent periodically.