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GMS would like to introduce our Postive Behavior Theme for 2018-9!!>> 
 Congratulations to BE KIND winners and nominees from January
 Selected Be Kind Students for Jan:
 5th grade: Annabelle Snyder is helpful to all students. I have seen her open doors for others, help students pick up items that were dropped and use positive words when talking to classmates.
 6th grade: Bret Brown is quite a leader in my classroom. He shares with his classmates and is willing to give up toys or time at the Lego table so his friends can have a turn.
7th grade: Cadence Market has been seen numerous times helping other students that need extra help or keeping them on track. She does not need to be asked to help she just does it! She is a positive role model in the classroom. 
8th grade: Trevor Coppess is extremely courteous and respectful to teachers and peers and is always willing to help. 
Nominated students for Jan:
8th grade: Emma Howard, Breanna Deal and Kelly Combs 

SCHOOL SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY!  WE WILL BE CONDUCTING AN ENHANCED LOCKDOWN DRILL ON THURSDAY FEB 14th for Staff and students.  Staff and students have had ALICE training, class discussions, lessons, videos and drills to prepare for potential concerns!  ALICE stands for :  Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.  

Parents be aware of the MOMO challenge:  It involves act of self harm.  Please see more at  https://preventionactionalliance.org/advocate/newsletters/know-momo-and-her-deadly-challenge-to-our-youth-2/


Principal’s Ponderings…

Mr. Chris Mortensen, Principal       Mrs. Rhonda Schaar, Principal      Mrs. Sandra Snyder, Assistant Principal 

cmortensen@gcswave.com              rschaar@gcswave.com                      ssnyder@gcswave.com     

This Newsletter will cover the months of February and March. Please find information pertaining to both of these months for your knowledge. Students are into the third quarter and this is another opportunity to reflect and resolve to start our movement forward as we intend to proceed. At GMS we have made an ongoing commitment to the education of your children. We will continue with our commitment and encourage your child to make a fresh start as well, if needed, to begin the important work and/or help your child extend the work of learning this year. Encourage your child to put their best foot forward and become all that they can be.

We have wrapped up our winter session of MAP diagnostic testing as we move into the beginning of February. The snow delays and cancellations hinder this process, but with a little determination we were able to get it completed. This will provide us with more evidence as to the growth of our students and the direction to head for each student’s best development. This test gives us a frame of reference as an instructional tool to meet the needs of our students at the level of their current performance. Please make sure your children discuss their current goals and strategies in Language Arts and Math with you as well! Knowing that you are interested and care is sometimes the best motivator for continued success.

We continue to appreciate the support of our parents in meeting the needs of our students, your children, as it takes a team to reach success.

5th grade:Reese Addington and Addie Arnett

6th grade: Josh Baker, Kaden Shoffstall and Lilly Camacho

7th grade: Kaylee McDaniel

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Tue May 28 2019
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