The staff at GGS want to wish each and every one of you a safe and happy holiday season! We decided to show our holiday spirit during our first annual ugly sweater day.
Friday, December 18, 2015
The generosity of the GGS community this past week has been simply overwhelming. The school's holiday food drive brought in over 700 non-perishable items! The first grade won the school-wide competition with 155 items and the third grade took second with 141 items! I also want to thank Ms. Davis, Mrs. Curry, and the fourth graders for the hard work they put into making the food drive a success! The items were delivered to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank and will greatly help those in need. Way to go Gators, I'm so very proud of you!
Thank you Mr. Mohr and all of our Gators for the hard work they put into last night's Christmas Concert! I was simply amazed by the performances and think you all did an amazing job! In fact, Mr. Mohr had a special visitor after the concert to wish him congratulations on another successful concert!
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Just wanted to remind you that tomorrow there will be a meeting to discuss options for expansion of the high school on Wednesday, December 16 from 6 - 8 in the BHS South Cafeteria. Additional information on the meeting can be found in today's Bozeman Daily Chronicle. Please be sure to stop by and get the most recent information on the project. Your voice is important in this process as the decisions being made directly impact Gallatin Gateway School students. I'm looking forward to seeing you tomorrow night.
Friday, December 11, 2015
The school store will be open Monday after school and will be open every Monday from 3:10-3:30 (with the exception of January 4). Thanks Mrs. Matthews and the 6th grade class for their efforts in getting the store open. Come support our store and have a great weekend!
Monday, December 7, 2015
Happy Holidays from Gallatin Gateway School! In order to help others in the Gallatin Valley, our staff and students have organized a food drive. Please feel free to send any of the suggested food items. Thanks for your help and have a wonderful holiday season!
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
I know that many of you have already heard news that the federal government is getting close to revising the No Child Left Behind (otherwise known as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act or ESEA) legislation passed in 2002. Recently, The Huffington Post published an article discussing this legislation and what some of the proposed changes may look like. Revising the ESEA is an important decision and I hope that our elected officials on both sides of the aisle take a moment to consider how these changes impact schools at the local level. I will keep you up to date on any changes made to federal legislation as it relates to education at Gallatin Gateway School.