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Class Schedule- First day of school

Welcome to the 2017-18 School Year!

Thursday, August 17 and Friday, August 18

Periods 1-6

Important information for Registration!

Gilroy High has gone digital! 

Click here to create your parent portal and fill out an emergengy card.  

click here to download complete instructions.

 

Free and Reduced Lunch Applications now online!

Parents , you now have the ability to complete the lunch applications online.

 Visit https://family.titank12.com/

to complete your application or to add lunch money to your child's account.

Coming Events at GHS

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8/15/17

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

 

Library Volunteers needed - see Freddie Spencer in the Library Wednesday, Thursday or Friday 3:00-4:00 pm

 

 

Community Volunteers Needed

South Valley Middle School needs help selling PE clothes Wednesday, August 16th from 4:30 - 7:00 pm.  Please report to South Valley Middle School to either Coach Rowe or Coach Hernandez in the gym.

 

Fall Santa Clara County Parks volunteer opportunities:

  1. Chitactac Family Day

Saturday, September 9th8:00am – 3pm (shifts available)

Chitactac-Adams Heritage County Park

Volunteers are needed to support the activities for Chitactac Family Day! The event will include games, jewelry making, canoe building, acorn pounding, and much more!

Go here to register:https://famdayvol.eventbrite.com

  1. Coastal Clean Up Day

Saturday, September 16, 9am-12pm

Los Gatos Creek Park - https://cclg.eventbrite.com

Uvas County Park -https://ccuvas.eventbrite.com

Hellyer County Park -https://cchellyer.eventbrite.com

Anderson County Park - https://ccogier.eventbrite.com

Join millions of Americans on Coastal Cleanup Day to remove litter in our waterways.  Litter found around the County parks and streets eventually ends up in our local creeks and rivers which flows out to the San Francisco Bay. You can make a difference not only in your community but for the whole Bay Area. Bring a friend and let’s have some fun!

  1. Park Beautification Day/Weed Removal

Saturday, September 23, 9am-12pm

Martial Cottle Park

There are many ways to keep your park beautiful! If you are looking to get outside and connect with the outdoors right in your backyard this is the opportunity for you! California native plants play an important role in the health of our parks. To help our native plants thrive we have to work together to remove non-native and invasive plants.

To register for this event, please go here:https://pbdmcp.eventbrite.com

  1. Harvest Festival - Event Set up

Friday, October 6th:

Martial Cottle Park

Ever wonder what it was like to work on a farm? It takes hard work and dedication – are you up for it? If so sign up for the behind the scenes work for the Harvest Festival and bring your can do attitude! Park staff need assistance setting up canopies, tables, chairs, event signage, water stations, and more.:https://hfsetup.eventbrite.com

  1. Harvest Festival – Event

Saturday, October 7th: Shifts are between

Martial Cottle Park

Volunteers are needed to support the Third Annual Harvest Festival at Martial Cottle Park! The event will include farm tours, pumpkin painting and carnival activities, historical ranch activities, food vendors, live music, a corn maze, fresh produce for sale, square dancing, face painting, and much more!

There are many special event volunteer positions to choose from including set up, tear down, activity stations and more. Each are integral to the success of the festival!Please let us know your top choices when you register.Some positions have special requirements or preferences (ex: ability to lift 50 lbs.) Volunteers will receive a confirmation once they are registered and an event reminder prior to the Harvest Festival.

Please register here: https://hfmcp.eventbrite.com 
 

6.       Day on the Bay

October 8th 2017 Shifts from 7am-6pm

Alviso County Park

Close to 12,000 people attend Day on the Bay every year to enjoy activities rich in diversity and talent, and rich in ethnic expression. The event takes place Sunday, October 8, 2017, from 10am to 3pm, but volunteers are needed all day for set up, running the event, and tear down. Volunteer shifts are 4 hours long and begin at 7am and go until 5pm. You can sign up for one or more shifts if you desire. The tasks that will be assigned are: - greeters - bounce houses - rock wall - water station - food booth - pumpkin area - VIP parking (18+) - volunteer check in and registration - kayak registration - check in and assist vendors to booths - Set up/tear down of canopies, Pumpkin stage, food booths, and kayaks.

Please register here: https://dayonthebayvol.eventbrite.com

 

 

 

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

 

 

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 

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7/19/17

 

BENEFACTOR PASS This pass allows 2 adults & 2 children under high school age to free admission to all Home GHS Athletic events all school year (except CCS playoff contests) and free parking for one vehicle for the home football games.  Purchase now in the ASB office for $125.00

 

SENIOR CITIZEN PASS This pass is for Mustang Fans 60 years of age and older. It includes 2 free admissions for Senior Citizens & parking (1 vehicle) at all Home GHS Athletic events (except CCS playoff contests).  Purchase now in the ASB office for $75.00

 

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3/9/17

The Santa Clara County Office of Education has received requests for information about what families can do to prepare in case a parent or other family member is detained or deported by immigration agents.  This web page contains information prepared by non-profit organizations that provide assistance to attorneys and community-based advocates that work with immigrants around the country.  It includes information such as what you may do if you are approached by immigration agents, what documents you should carry with you, and how to prepare a child-care and family-preparedness plan.  This page also includes information about legal service providers in Santa Clara County that can assist on immigration matters.

 

In addition to the materials described above, we have provided specific information about how parents can arrange to care for their children in case the parents are detained or deported by immigration agents. 

 

Other information includes an overview of guardianships, powers of attorney, and caregiver's authorization affidavits.  If you have questions about any of the forms or information about guardianships, powers of attorney or caregiver's authorization affidavits, we encourage you to consult with a lawyer or other legal services provider.  We've include information about legal service providers who can answer questions and provide free or low-cost advice about guardianships, powers of attorney, and/or caregiver's authorization affidavits.

 

The County Office of Education cannot guarantee the accuracy of information or the quality of advice in these materials, but we hope that these materials will be useful to you.

​Sincerely,

 

Jon R. Gundry

County Superintendent of Schools 

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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