Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Good Afternoon Gorzycki Tigers
Here are your announcements for today
PAWS for Fun resumes next week and there is a pep rally on Thursday. Therefore, GMS will be on a Pep Rally schedule every day.
Students who tested for the Gifted and Talented Program may report to Mrs. Reedy's room, room 605, after announcements if they wish to work on their projects.
Think you know SCIENCE? See Mr. Wieners in room 716 before, during, or after school to get a stamp to try out for UIL Science. UIL Science is open to all grade levels. Tryout for the opportunity to complete in April against students at other schools Tryouts are during Excel this week February 6 - 8th, or next week on the 13th and 14th.
If you have any pictures of Tiger Drill or any Service club, such as NJHS, student council, or PALS, please email them to Mr.Keller.
7th and 8th Grade C team Basketball has a game tonight against Small Middle School here at GMS. Tip off for 7th grade is at 5:30 and 8th grade will play immediately after 7th. Athletes please remember that you will go home after school and report back to the gym at 5:15 in your game jersey. Please see Coach Fourmy in room 807 with any questions, and come out and support your Tigers Basketball Team!
There will be no writing club this Friday, and next Friday is a holiday, so writing club will resume on February 22nd. See you then, writers!
Attention all 6th graders, if you would like to read your poetry for Gnasher News sign up outside of room 508 to be interviewed.
From January 30th to February 12th student council will be selling valentine candy grams they are $1 and you can purchase them during your lunch. The candy will be delivered on February 14th to your friends excel. Buy them for your friends and valentine!
Attention 7th & 8th Grade students! Dress code for the Valentine’s dance includes skirts and dresses that are fingertip length. Dresses may be spaghetti strap as long as there are two distinct straps, did you hear that? Two distinct straps, (strapless dress and shown midriffs are not allowed). Shorts are not allowed as students dress up for this event.
Students are permitted to have electronic devices at school; however, these devices must remain turned off and out of sight during the school instructional day unless they are being used for approved instructional purposes. This includes cell phones and smart watches. Additionally, students shall not possess any telecommunication devices during a testing period. If a student uses a telecommunication device without permission (this includes smart watches) the device will be confiscated and held for 48 hours with a 15.00 fine. If the device is confiscated on a Thursday or Friday, it will be released on Monday.
“It is now time for tutoring. You have 4 minutes to get to your location (announcer wait 4minutes) It has 4 minutes and you should be in your tutoring location.” Have a great day tigers!