The Gallup High School JROTC and the Gallup NHS has teamed together to conduct the next blood drive. It is scheduled for 14 March. Please help us make this blood drive a success. If you would like to give blood, please let me know and I will make you an appointment. If you have spouse who would like to give blood, I can make them an appointment too. They are in 15 minute increments. Please support students who would like to give blood. Students have to be 16-17 with a permission slip. 18+ just need an id and I can make them an appointment if they come and see me.
Students may wear any color Polo EXCEPT Red/ Royal Blue Polo’s
High School Spirit T-Shirts may be worn daily. Cut off sleeve shirts are prohibited.
Note: no shirts of any other styles except those listed above are allowed, no skin should be shown
For the safety of our students and staff no hoodies of any kind are allowed. Students may wear GHS sweaters or long sleeve shirts under their polo. Jackets red or blue are prohibited.
Jeans black or blue and Khaki pants are the only pants permitted
Sweat pants, camouflage, torn jeans, wind pants/warm ups, spandex, or leggings are prohibited.
Must be worn at waist, FIT appropriately and be proper length. Belts should not be hanging from waist.
Must be a style that is not saggy, baggy, or over-sized and cannot be worn low to show underwear.
Must be clean and neat, without rips, tears, or holes.
Shorts (with a minimum of a 4-inch inseam and a maximum of not more than two inches past the knee), Capri pants and skirts (hems no more than 4 inches above the knees) are acceptable in khaki tan and blue denim – camo is not allowed for shorts.
Wearing of hats, beanies or any other head gear is prohibited in the school.
GHS Electronic Policy
Gallup High School will have a no cell phone ,headphones electronics policy implemented from 8:30 am -3:45 pm including passing periods with the exception of lunch.
VIII. 12. 19 ELECTRONIC DEVICES The use of any and all electronic devices by Elementary and Secondary students during the school day, whether on-campus or during a school-sponsored event, is strictly prohibited. The “school day” shall mean the normal hours of operation of the school.
While Elementary and Secondary students are not prohibited from possessing Electronic Devices, unless otherwise prohibited by law or District policies, rules or procedures, the Electronic Devices must be turned “off” and stored in a student’s backpack, clothing, purse, locker, or vehicle.
This Policy does not apply to the sanctioned use of Electronic Devices by teachers, or students under the direct supervision of their teacher, for educational purposes.
This policy does not prohibit the use of electronic devices on school buses or extracurricular activity buses unless otherwise restricted by District staff responsible for the activity.