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Course sign ups for next year will be done ONLINE - CLICK HERE for INSTRUCTIONS

Beginning this week, you will be able to request courses for the 2020-21 school year. Please complete this by Friday, March 27th.
We will be doing this all online. Your English, math, social studies and science teachers have put in course recommendations for you already. Aside from your core classes you should put in requests for the classes you would like to take.
We recommend you reference your 4 year plan you made when your school counselor visited your advisory. If you can't find it in your Google Drive please let your school counselor know and they will reshare with you.

We recommend you request at least 5 credits but some students may choose
to request up to 8.

Follow the directions below:
1. Log in to Infinite Campus IC Login
*If you can not log in, please fill out this quick survey and you will be emailed your reset info.*
Infinite Campus Reset Request
2. On LEFT side click on "MORE"

3. Click on "Course Registration"

4. Click on GHS-FY2021

5. Click on " Add Course" at the bottom of the page

5. Type in Course name or Course number

6. Click on the " PLUS SIGN" next to the course you would like

7. Press " REQUEST" to add a course to your list

GHS Program of Studies 2020-2021

20-21 Scheduling Course Numbers ( At A Glance)
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Principal Jandreau's Newsletter for March 22nd

Hi all,

I hope you're doing well. I miss seeing you all at GHS!

I know one of the biggest questions students have right now is whether we will have a prom. With the current school closure over by the end of April, we will be able to have prom on May 9th as planned. The big concern is whether the Governor, Maine CDC, or the Cumberland County superintendents extend the closure even longer. Of course, we will continue to monitor this closely, and we are committed to doing whatever we can to ensure we have a prom. The same is true for all other end-of-the-year events.

For now, we will continue with the asynchronous model for remote learning, but due to the extended school closure, we will be reviewing the best way to move forward with online learning. Please stay tuned, and I might even send out a survey this week to get your thoughts.

Finally, our school counselors need you ALL to sign up for classes for next year. There are instructions in my newsletter, so please be sure to take a look.

Again, I hope you are taking care of yourselves.

Mr. J
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Principal Jandreau's Newsletter for March 8, 2020

Hi all,

I hope you had a nice weekend. Please be sure to read this week's newsletter here. Big news this week includes an early-release day Wednesday and Parent-Teacher Conference Friday, which means no school for students on Friday.

If you didn't get a chance to see the One Act "Macbeth," you'll have another chance as they made it to regionals. Congrats to Josie and the cast and crew! Here are some of the highlights:

• Emily Paruk, Mason Hawkes, Emelia Bailey, Kaylin Brown, and Annikka Mocciola were recognized for their performances by being named to the All-Festival cast.
• Orion Bissonnette and Molly Lemont were recognized for excellence in stage management.
• The full cast was recognized for excellence in fight choreography.
• The cast and crew were recognized for excellence in hair and make-up.
• Lauren Preis was recognized for her creation of the witches' head pieces.
• Annikka Mocciola, Emelia Bailey, and Kaylin Brown were recognized for their original composition of the Witches' Melodies.
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Sign up for student-parent-teacher conferences

We are pleased to announce that it is time to schedule student-parent-teacher conferences to be held March 12th (2:30p.m. – 8p.m.) and 13th (8a.m. – 2p.m.). These conferences are very important to your child’s learning and to give parents the opportunity to meet with teachers. Almost two months into the new semester, students are ready to review their strengths and identify areas of improvement. In addition, teachers are ready to provide an update on your child’s progress and grades to date.
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Principal Jandreau's Newsletter for the week of February 23rd

Hi all,

I hope you had a wonderful vacation!

It was a very busy week at GHS with many sports events and successes. It was nice seeing so many of you at all the events! Please be sure to check out our social media feeds to see the coverage.

This week, please consider attending the Unified Basketball games on Tuesday and Thursday. There simply isn't anything better!

And this weekend, our theater program will perform the One Act "Macbeth" in preparation for the competition later this month. Please come support our amazing actors!

Finally, be sure to check out the rest of the news in this week's newsletter.

I'll see you all tomorrow.

Mr. J
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Principal Jandreau's Newsletter 2020.02.09

Hi all,

I hope you all had a nice weekend. Please take a moment to read this week's newsletter by clicking here. There are a couple of important details students need you to know:

1. Wednesday is an Early-Release Day. Students are dismissed at 11:00. Please be aware that staff are in trainings all afternoon, so there isn't any supervision unless students are participating in pre-scheduled practices for an athletic team or theater group.

2. We will be showing the documentary "Like" Monday evening at 6:00 at the GHS. Please see the newsletter for more details, including a trailer. This is a very important topic for everyone raising kids in the era of social media. On Thursday and Friday, students will watch "Like" during Auxilium.

As always, please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks so much,


P.s. If you haven't seen the musical Big Fish yet, today at 2:30 is your last chance. It's a truly awesome show, so please be sure to check it out!
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