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2017-2018 Schedule Change Request

Click on the link that corresponds to the first letter of your last name. 

You will have until Friday, March 31st, 2017 to submit schedule changes. 

 

Your Academic Coordinator will review it in the order it was received. Please note that your Academic Coordinator will email you to the email you provided with the status of your request. We kindly request that you only submit ONE course request.  
 

Last Names: A-F

 

Last Names G-M

 

Last Names N-Z

 

Mustang Express

Coming Events at GHS

GHS and GECA students Rock the Mock

News

3/27/17

 

Thank you all who came out to support the 47th Annual Avis Kelley Track and Field Invitational

 

It was a perfect day for a track meet.

 

Thank you

Avis Kelley

Coach Lee

Coach Sullivan

Coach Una’Dia

Coach Silva

Coach Pipken

Coach Lucas

Parent Volunteers

Gilroy High Teachers

Athletic Trainer Spun

Sports Medicine Students

Gilroy Dispatch

Janet Lee’s Mom and Husband

My mom

Mrs. Una’Dia

Community Service Volunteers

Track and Field Athletes!!!

National Wrestling Results

All American Wrestlers Link

2017 ALL-AMERICANS

113 – Nicolas Aguilar

132 – Alex Felix

195 – Tony Andrade

160 – Joseph Barnes

120 – Chase Saldate

170 – Nicholas Villarreal: NATIONAL CHAMPION

Triple Impact Scholarships for High School Juniors Link

 

Here's What Happens When Parents Remove Pressure From The Sidelines Article Link

 

Chris Collins On Letting His Kids' Coaches Coach Article Link

Team/Individual Sport Picture Schedule

 

Thursday, March 30th

  • 3:15 pm -Track and Field

  • 4:00 pm - Swimming

  • 4:45 pm - Badminton

 

Friday, April 14th

  • 3:15 pm - Boys Golf

  • 4:00 pm  - Gymnastics

 

Wed. April 5th

  • 10:30 am - Boys Volleyball

 

Thursday, April 6th

  • 12:15 pm - Softball

  • 1:15 pm - Baseball

 

Athletes - pick up picture forms in the ASB office or from your coach  

 

Give completed picture form and money to the photographer at the time and place of pictures

Top 10 Signs You’re a Great Teammate

10.  You’re willing to play any role that helps the team

9.  You would rather score less and win than score a lot and lose

8.  When your team scores, the first people you congratulate are your teammates

7.  You love practice as much as you love games

6. You respect your opponents but don’t fear them

5. You listen, are coachable and respect your coaches and officials

4.  You are quick to pick up a teammate who is having a bad day

3.  You help younger teammates who have less experience

2.  You learn and grow from your own mistakes, as well as others

1. You’re confident but not arrogant




 

Next Two Week’s Game Schedule

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

Release Time

Transportation

Community Service Volunteers

03-28-2017

Tuesday

3:00 PM

Alvarez

Golf, Boys

VR

The Club at Crazy Horse Ranch

1:00 PM

   

03-28-2017

Tuesday

4:00 PM

Christopher

Badminton

VR

Christopher

     

03-28-2017

Tuesday

4:00 PM

Monte Vista Christian

Baseball

VR

Gilroy

     

03-28-2017

Tuesday

4:00 PM

Monte Vista Christian

Baseball

JV

Gilroy

     

03-28-2017

Tuesday

4:30 PM

Watsonville

Softball

VR

Watsonville

2:15 PM

Both Vans

 

03-28-2017

Tuesday

4:30 PM

Watsonville

Softball

JV

Watsonville

2:15 PM

Both Vans

 

03-28-2017

Tuesday

6:30 PM

Monte Vista Christian

Volleyball, Boys

VR

Monte Vista Christian

     

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

Release Time

Transportation

Community Service Volunteers

03-29-2017

Wednesday

3:30 PM

Valley Christian

Badminton

VR

Gilroy

2:30 PM

   

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

Release Time

Transportation

Community Service Volunteers

03-30-2017

Thursday

3:30 PM

Pajaro Valley, Watsonville

Track & Field, COED

VR

Garcia Elder Stadium

2:20 PM

 

3:15pm-7:00pm Alvaro Torres, Lidia Sanchez, Stephanie Trujillo

03-30-2017

Thursday

4:00 PM

Christopher

Baseball

VR

Gilroy

     

03-30-2017

Thursday

4:00 PM

Christopher

Baseball

JV

Gilroy

     

03-30-2017

Thursday

4:30 PM

San Benito -Scarlet Team

Softball

JV

San Benito

     

03-30-2017

Thursday

6:30 PM

Soledad

Volleyball, Boys

VR

Gilroy

     

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

Release Time

Transportation

Community Service Volunteers

03-31-2017

Friday

3:30 PM

Watsonville

Swimming & Diving, COED

VR

Gilroy

2:30 PM

 

3:15pm-6:30pm Eric Orozco, Jennifer Leon Mendez, Alejandra Rueda, Alvaro Torres, Stephanie Trujillo, Lidia Sanchez

03-31-2017

Friday

3:30 PM

Watsonville

Swimming & Diving, COED

JV

Gilroy

2:30 PM

   

03-31-2017

Friday

4:00 PM

Christopher

Baseball

VR

Christopher

     

03-31-2017

Friday

4:00 PM

Christopher

Baseball

JV

Christopher

     

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

Release Time

Transportation

Community Service Volunteers

04-01-2017

Saturday

TBA

Royal Relays

Track & Field, COED

VR

Overfelt

 

Both Vans

 

04-01-2017

Saturday

TBA

Mission City

Softball

VR

       

 

No School - Spring Break

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

04-03-2017

Monday

10:00 AM

Bonetti Invitational

Golf, Boys

VR

The Club at Crazy Horse Ranch

04-03-2017

Monday

4:00 PM

San Lorenzo Valley

Baseball

VR

Gilroy

04-03-2017

Monday

4:00 PM

San Lorenzo Valley

Baseball

JV

Gilroy

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

04-04-2017

Tuesday

3:00 PM

North Salinas

Golf, Boys

VR

The Club at Crazy Horse Ranch

04-04-2017

Tuesday

4:00 PM

Sobrato

Baseball

VR

Sobrato

04-04-2017

Tuesday

4:00 PM

Sobrato

Baseball

JV

Gilroy

04-04-2017

Tuesday

6:30 PM

Watsonville

Volleyball, Boys

VR

Watsonville

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

04-06-2017

Thursday

4:00 PM

St. Francis

Baseball

VR

Gilroy

04-06-2017

Thursday

4:00 PM

St. Francis

Baseball

JV

Gilroy

04-06-2017

Thursday

4:30 PM

North Salinas

Softball

VR

North Salinas

04-06-2017

Thursday

4:30 PM

North Salinas

Softball

JV

North Salinas

04-06-2017

Thursday

6:30 PM

Alvarez

Volleyball, Boys

VR

Alvarez

Date

Day

Time

Opponent/Title

Sport

Level

Facility

04-08-2017

Saturday

TBA

Don Bell Quicksilver

Track & Field, COED

VR

Leland

04-08-2017

Saturday

10:00 AM

Live Oak

Baseball

JV

Live Oak

04-08-2017

Saturday

1:00 PM

Live Oak

Baseball

VR

Live Oak


 

Last Week -

Swimming News:

From Coach Pickford “Week in Review”

 

Here is your team update for the week ending 3/24/2017:

 

Week in Review

 

Meet versus MVC

 

We went to Monte Vista Christian on Monday in the rain. And despite the chilly conditions and the less that optimal pool configuration, we did very well. Unfortunately, the Varsity girls lost 52-39. But the JV girls came away with a 43-36 victory.

 

Pushed by what was our toughest competitor yet this season, we lodged many season bests despite being tired and cold. Of specific note was the Varsity 200 Free relay comprised of Ashley, Ellie, KK and Rachel, which dropped their season best time by 3 seconds and are now within eye shot of achieving the CCS standard. Their time of 1:50.31 is just 3.32 seconds from the goal of 1:46.99.

 

KK was also a double event winner, taking both the 100 Free and the 100 Back. Rachel bested the field in the 200 IM.

 

On the JV side, Maya continues to own the 50 Free, winning yet again and then coming back later in the meet and taking the 100 Free. Event winners also include Fabienne (100 Breast) and Nancy (100 Back).

 

Swim-a-thon

 

On Friday, we had 19 hearty troopers brave the ugly weather and swim till they dropped. Ashley and Mariana topped the most laps swum at 260-ish (that's almost 4 miles!!) and Mariana topped the committed donations list. Each will get cool t-shirts for their efforts.

 

But the entire team deserve a congrats - if we are able to collect all the funds committed by sponsors, it will be a great total donation. When the dollars are counted, we will get you know the total. Thanks to all!!

 

Week in Advance

 

Swim meet on Friday at GHS versus Watsonville. Meet starts at 3:30 PM. I am requesting release from class at 2:30 PM. Please get to the pool, help set up and get your warm-up going on time.



 

Head Coach Doug Pickford

Email: gilroyhs.swimming@gmail.com  

 

Track and Field News:

Athletic.net

Christopher vs. Gilroy Meet Results

Avis Kelley Invitational Results

 

Head Coach Mike Sullivan

Email:  michael.sullivan@gilroyunified.org

Head Coach Janet Lee

Email: janet.lee@gilroyunified.org

 

Baseball News:

Varsity Record-  Overall:  0-8  League: 0-5

MBayPreps Link

MaxPreps Link

 

Head Coach Billy Holler

Email:  b_holler@doylesworkcompany.com

JV Coach Matt Hemeon

Email:  matt.hemeon@gilroyunified.org

JV Assistant Kenny Treadwell

Badminton News:

Head Coach Sarah Hauser

Email:  sarah.hauser@gilroyunified.org

Boys Golf News:

Head Coach Sam Sauer

Email:  sam.sauer@gilroyunified.org

Boys Volleyball News:

Varsity Record-  Overall:  6-10 League:  2-1

MBay Preps Link

MaxPreps Link

  • 2-0 (L) - Gilroy vs. Lincoln

  • 2-0 (L) - Gilroy vs. Wilcox

  • 2-1 (W) - Gilroy vs. Pajaro Valley

  • 2-0 (W) - Gilroy vs. Valley Christian

  • 3-1 (W) - Gilroy vs. Seaside

  • 3-0 (L) - Gilroy @ Pajaro Valley

 

Head Coach Paolo Palao

Email:  paolopalao@gmail.com

Gymnastics News:

Head Coach Nicki Anagnoston

Email: nicholla.anagnoston@gilroyunified.org

Softball News:

Varsity Record-  Overall: 4-8 League: 0-2

MBaypreps Link

Maxpreps Link

  • 2-0 (L) - Gilroy vs. San Benito

  • 8-1 (L) - Gilroy @ Notre Dame

Head Coach Bria DeLorenzo

Email:  bria.delorenzo@gilroyunified.org

 

Athletic Trainer

Jennifer Spinetti, ATC, ITAT jennifer.spinetti@gilroyunified.org

 

Upcoming Events:

  • May 31st at 6:00 pm - Spring Sports Banquet/Athlete of the Year Awards


 

Support Gilroy High Athletics

GHS Webstore:

 

ONLINE TICKET SALES FOR HOME GAMES:

https://prepmo.com/schools/gilroy-high-school-gilroy-ca-tickets/

 

  • Gate and parking are the biggest source of our athletic funding (transportation and officials).  We appreciate your support at our events.  

  • The following is a price schedule for Gilroy High HOME Athletic Events.  

  • Our prices are set by agreement of the Board of Managers of the Monterey Bay League.  CCS Playoff events have a different price structure.

 

    • Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling:

      • General Admission:  $5.00

      • Seniors: (60+)  $3.00

      • GHS Students with 2016-2017 ASB Sticker:  Free

      • Visiting High School Students with ID Card, Junior High  $3.00

      • Children 7 to 12:  $2.00

      • Children 6 and Under: Free

      • Staff w/ ID: Free plus one guest

 

    • Baseball, Field Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Water Polo:

      • General Admission:  $4.00

      • Seniors: (60+)  $2.00

      • GHS Students with 2016-2017 ASB Sticker:  Free

      • Visiting High School Students with ID Card, Junior High  $2.00

      • Children 7 to 12:  $2.00

      • Children 6 and Under: Free

      • Staff w/ ID: Free plus one guest
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3/27/17

Community Service Announcement

  • Seniors need to have 70 hours completed by January 15th

    • (Prom)

  • Juniors need  to have 50 hours completed by January 15th

    • (Prom)

  • SENIORS - Must have 80 hours completed (and turned in) by May 1, 2017 in order to participate in the Senior Trip and/or Graduation


Community Service Opportunities Link

 

Community Service opportunities

or http://gilroyhs.schoolloop.com/communityserviceinfo

 

Beginning with the graduating class of 2014, high school students in the Gilroy Unified School District are required to complete 80 hours of Community Service. Community Service requirement BP6746.1(a) revised and adopted August 12, 2010***

 

*** Transfer students are required 5 hours per quarter for while in attendance of Gilroy Unified School District High Schools.

 

GHS REQUIREMENT FOR EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

# of hours completed by

Class of

15-Sep

15-Jan

1-May

2017

60

70

80

2018

40

50

 

2019

20

30

 

2020

 

10

 

  • All Students in the Senior class of 2017 must have 70 hours completed by January 15, 2017 in order to participate in spring semester extra-curricular activities (includes Prom).

    • Seniors must also have 80 hours completed by May 1, 2017 in order to participate in the Senior Trip and/or Graduation.  

  • All Students in the Junior class of 2018 must have 50 hours completed by January 15, 2017 in order to participate in spring semester extra-curricular activities (including Prom).

 

Helpers needed (click on the links below or call/email)

 

Bookroom Volunteers needed - see Toi in the bookroom before or after school


 

Athletic Department Needs your help at the following events:

 

February 21 - April 17 Swimming Sign up Link  http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0548ABAD29A5F58-swimming1

 

March 16 - April 20 - Track and Field Home Meets Link  http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0548ABAD29A5F58-track2

 

May 5th - 26th - Track and Field League and CCS Finals  Link  http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0548ABAD29A5F58-track3

 

May 31st - Spring Sports Banquet Link  http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0548ABAD29A5F58-spring

 

Student Volunteers needed!   

Who:    responsible students

What:  volunteer to earn community service hours at the 8th Annual

  Parent University

Where:  Gilroy High School

When:  Saturday, April 22, 2017

 

This is an annual event is designed to inform and train parents to implement strategies that support the closing of the Achievement Gap for English Language Learners students in grades K-12th at all school.

 

  • Volunteers are needed to help with:

  • Childcare (8:30 AM to 1:00 PM)

  • Greeters/ hand out packets/ brunch help/general help (8:30 AM to 1:00   PM)

  • General Support/ clean-up crew ( 10:30 to 1:00 PM)

A MANDATORY information meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 12, at lunch in the gym foyer.



 

Volunteer Opportunities Weekly

           call/email to schedule an appointment during the week to volunteer

Where: Gilroy Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center

                 8170 Murray Ave, Gilroy, CA 95020

 

Parking is limited in parking lot; street parking is recommended.

Meet in the front lobby at 3 pm, I will come greet you, and introduce you to our seniors.

 

If you are interested, please e-mail:  Ciarra Bischoff  Activities Director  Cbischoff@covenantcare.com



 

Henry Coe State Park

January 21, February 25 and March 25

Trail work, wear sturdy shoes, bring lunch, water, gloves.  

About 5-6 hours each day.

May 20th Ranch Day - help with kids' crafts (need 2 or 3). Lunch provided. About 5 hours.

To sign up (A MUST) and get more information email volunteer@coepark.net

Sponsored by the Pine Ridge Association

 

Volunteers need - have a sewing school in Gilroy for children and would like to have students from the high school help in the class room.  It would be helpful if they had some knowledge or interest in sewing but I can work around  both those desires if not available. Would like to touch base with you when you return to work.  The name of my business is Proud to be Me  sewing Classes located at 7660 Monterey Rd. Gilroy Suite 104. Email joannekerr10@hotmail.com


The Fire Marshall needs two volunteers to help sort donated food/water packages for distribution to local charities.  The project will probably take two after-school sessions, approximately 3-5 p.m. (or 3:30 – 5:30, whatever works for after-school).  The volunteers need to be physically fit enough to carry a flat of bottled water or full bags of food.  Interested volunteers should contact Susan Voss at the Recreation office, (408) 846-0460, as soon as possible.  http://www.cityofgilroy.org

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 STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973):  The District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, actual or perceived sexual orientation, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability.  The District will take steps to assure that the lack of English will not be a barrier to admission and participation in District programs.  Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of nondiscrimination should be directed to:

The District’s Title IX Coordinator is Kim Filice, Director – Human Resources.  Mrs. Filice’s contact information is kim.filice@gilroyunified.org or at 408-848-7131.

The District’s 504 Coordinator is Barbara Brown, Director – Student Services.  Mrs. Brown’s contact information is barbara.brown@gilroyunified.org or at 408-848-7139.

For a copy of the District’s Uniform complaint policy – ENGLISH     /     SPANISH