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    1. Senior pictures need to be in to Ms. Trujillo by Jan. 31, 2018. Otherwise, Kenneth Brown studio will just pick one.

    2. Yearbook Sales:   Pre-Sale/$50.00-Oct. 2- Dec. 15; $65.00-Jan. 8th to Mar. 16th 2018; Regular Sale/$75.00 When yearbooks come in. 

    3. Parent to Senior pages:  Last day to order will be Friday, Jan. 26th, 2018

    4. Full Page- will contain 15-20 pictures and short reflection-$100.00

    5. Half Page will contain 7-10 pictures and a short reflection-$50.00

    6. Come by A104 to purchase your pages. Please bring pictures and your reflection when you come. Our yearbook staff will design your page. Sorry, no checks.

     

    Senior Baby Pictures due Feb. 9th, 2018

     

    Yearbooks should be here by the 1st week of May, 2018.

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2017-18 Announcements

Daily Announcements for Thursday November 16, 2017 

  • Congratulations again to the November seniors of the month, Raechelle Sandoval and Kyle Yazzie.  Their speeches were well planned and delivered well.  Thanks for being excellent representatives for Gallup High.
  • CCTE students you are reminded that the branch will have classes next week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  You are expected to attend these classes and will be counted absent if you miss and your semester grade could be affected.
  • Staff and Students:  Team Bengals Relay for Life team is holding a fundraiser on Saturday, November 18 and Sunday, November 19 at the north side Denny’s Restaurant from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. each day.  We will earn 10% of all register receipts and all tips during these times.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
  • This is the last week to get the $200 discount on the 2019 Euro trip.  Enroll now to get the absolute lowest rate you can.   After the 17th of November the price will increase for both students and adults.  You do not need to pay the entire amount now, only a small portion of the total. However, enrolling now keeps your monthly payments down to a manageable amount. See Mrs. Seslar or Mr. Gearhart for more information.
  • The college trip that is being planned to Ft. Lewis College in Durango CO. is full no spots are available.
  • Students who have qualified for the San Juan College dual credit classes must be enrolled by Dec. 8th for the Spring semester. See Mr. or Mrs. Renoud for enrollment.   
  • Reminder Cross Country athletes, please check in your equipment after school in the Cross Country office.  Coach Langer will be there today and most of the week to help you.
  • Students a reminder TOMORROW is the last day Key Club is hosting a coat and mitten drive please brings new or used coats and mittens or any winter gear to your fifth period class. The winning class with the most items will receive a dress-down day on November 27th!
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.
  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.

Daily Announcements for Wednesday November 15, 2017 

  • CCTE students you are reminded that the branch will have classes next week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  You are expected to attend these classes and will be counted absent if you miss and your semester grade could be affected.
  • Staff and Students:  Team Bengals Relay for Life team is holding a fundraiser on Saturday, November 18 and Sunday, November 19 at the north side Denny’s Restaurant from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. each day.  We will earn 10% of all register receipts and all tips during these times.  All proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
  • The Junior Class Prom Committee will have a meeting TODAY after school in C-206.
  • Eastern New Mexico University representative will be visiting our school TOMORROW Nov. 16th during 2nd to meet with Juniors and Seniors. If you are interested, please go to the Counseling office to sign up with Ms. Martinez ASAP. Deadline to sign up will be tomorrow morning before 1st hour.
  • This is the last week to get the $200 discount on the 2019 Euro trip.  Enroll now to get the absolute lowest rate you can.   After the 17th of November the price will increase for both students and adults.  You do not need to pay the entire amount now, only a small portion of the total. However, enrolling now keeps your monthly payments down to a manageable amount. See Mrs. Seslar or Mr. Gearhart for more information.
  • A college trip is being planned to Ft. Lewis College in Durango CO. before the winter break for 10th thru 12th graders, there are 15 spots available. Students will receive information about college planning and tour the campus. This includes any staff member that would like to attend.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Wangwagner in B210 asap.
  • The junior class will be selling Dress Code Buy Out tickets for $2 during first and second lunches this week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Dress Code Buy Out Day is this Friday, November 17.
  • Students who have qualified for the San Juan College dual credit classes must be enrolled by Dec. 8th for the Spring semester. See Mr. or Mrs. Renoud for enrollment.   
  • Reminder Cross Country athletes, please check in your equipment after school in the Cross Country office.  Coach Langer will be there today and most of the week to help you.
  • Students a reminder Key Club is hosting a coat and mitten drive this week please brings new or used coats and mittens or any winter gear to your fifth period class. The winning class with the most items will receive a dress-down day on November 27th!
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.
  • Magazines have started to arrive in the Library!  Come during lunch or before or after school to peruse them!  Check out the newspapers, too!  Be an informed citizen!
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.
  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.

Daily Announcements for Friday November 10, 2017 

  • There will be no school Monday November 13th in honor of Veteran’s Day.
  • The junior class will be selling Dress Code Buy Out tickets for $2 during first and second lunches next week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Dress Code Buy Out Day is next Friday, November 17.
  • The Junior Class Prom Committee will have a meeting on Wednesday, November 15 after school in C-206.
  • MESA is having a SIZZLER fundraiser next Tuesday, November 14 from 4-8 pm.  We appreciate your support for this event and please see your staff mailbox for a flyer to bring with you to the event if you are able to attend.  THANK YOU!
  • Students who have qualified for the San Juan College dual credit classes must be enrolled by Dec. 8th for the Spring semester. See Mr. or Mrs. Renoud for enrollment.   
  • Cross Country athletes, please check in your equipment after school in the Cross Country office.  Coach Langer will be there today and most of next week to help you.
  • GHS Cross Country will be having an Arts & Crafts Fair Saturday November 11th from 8:00 to 2:00 the cost is $20.00 per table, come sell all your arts & crafts items. Please see Mrs. Wargo in the Registrar’s office for any other questions.
  • Students a reminder Key Club will is hosting a coat and mitten drive - brings new or used coats and mittens or any winter gear to your fifth period class. The winning class with the most items will receive a dress-down day on November 27th!
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.
  • Magazines have started to arrive in the Library!  Come during lunch or before or after school to peruse them!  Check out the newspapers, too!  Be an informed citizen!
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.
  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.

Daily Announcements for Thursday November 9, 2017 

  • There will be no school Monday November 13th in honor of Veteran’s Day.
  • Congrats to our Volleyball team they beat Kirtland Central today and now advance in state competition and play Albuquerque Academy today at 3:30 GOOD LUCK LADIES!!!!!
  • Congratulations to the following UNM CCTE students:  Tyler Benally, Kaylyn Gibson, Kyle Yazzie, Summer Robertson, Hope Tony, Cruz Thomas and Angel Martinez.  They were recognized as Student of the Quarter in their CCTE programs of study, and Jacklynn Chacon for the entire CCTE Program. Thanks for being great representatives for Gallup High!
  • Cross Country athletes, please check in your equipment after school in the Cross Country office.  Coach Langer will be there today and most of next week to help you.
  • GHS Cross Country will be having an Arts & Crafts Fair Saturday November 11th from 8:00 to 2:00 the cost is $20.00 per table, come sell all your arts & crafts items. Please see Mrs. Wargo in the Registrar’s office for any other questions.
  • Students a reminder Key Club will is hosting a coat and mitten drive - brings new or used coats and mittens or any winter gear to your fifth period class. The winning class with the most items will receive a dress-down day on November 27th!
  • The Boys Basketball Team will be having “Orange and Black Mania” it will BE TONIGHT starting at 6:00pm. There will be C Team and JV Team introductions and a scrimmage, Varsity team and Alumni Team introductions and a scrimmage, basketball t-shirts for sale, a running concession, the award winning Bengal Dance Girls will be introduced and perform, Gallup High Cheerleaders will be introduced and perform, and a 3-point contest. We would like all to come out and enjoy the start of Basketball Season.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.
  • Magazines have started to arrive in the Library!  Come during lunch or before or after school to peruse them!  Check out the newspapers, too!  Be an informed citizen!
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.
  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.

Daily Announcements for Monday November 6, 2017 

  • We would like to congratulate our Cross Country athletes that competed at state over the weekend. For the Girls Jessica Ramirez 4th in 5A and 9th in the state, Celine Nez 34th, Bailey Tom 47th, Hunter Livingston 66th, Vanessa Gorman 68th, Cheyenne John 73rd, and Katelyn Thompson 88th all in 5A. For the Boys Demetri Begay 17th, and Shawn McCraith 52nd also in 5A.  Good job athletes.
  • Congratulations to the GHS Bengal Girls Dance team for winning 1st place in the Varsity Kick division and 1st place in the Varsity Hip hop division at the Turquoise Dance Cup competition on Saturday.  Our dancers were also GRAND CHAMPS of the entire Team competition. Great job Dancers, way to start off the competition season!!!!
  • Tuesday Nov. 7th and Wednesday Nov. 8th this week, we will be providing NMSBA Science retakes for Seniors.  The testing will begin tomorrow morning at 8:30 am.  If you have an off-campus class, you MUST stay behind to take the test these two days.  Testing will be held in the morning and afternoon on Tuesday and in the morning on Wednesday.  PLEASE be here if you need to take the test!  The names of students who need the test and the assigned testing rooms has been posted on the windows in the commons.
  • Starting Monday November 6th, Key Club will be hosting a coat and mitten drive - brings new or used coats and mittens or any winter gear to your fifth period class. The winning class with the most items will receive a dress-down day on November 27th!
  • The Gallup High School Jazz band is looking for advanced musicians. We are currently accepting positions in piano, drum-set, upright or electric bass, and guitar. Musicians should be able to read music and/or should be more than proficient on their instrument. If you do not know how to read music, show up to rehearsals anyway to see if we can work with your skills. Our first meeting will be Tuesday, November 7th from 4pm-5pm. Weekly rehearsal times are to be determined.
  • The Boys Basketball Team will be having “Orange and Black Mania” it will BE this Thursday, November 9th starting at 6:00pm. There will be C Team and JV Team introductions and a scrimmage, Varsity team and Alumni Team introductions and a scrimmage, basketball t-shirts for sale, a running concession, the award winning Bengal Dance Girls will be introduced and perform, Gallup High Cheerleaders will be introduced and perform, and a 3-point contest. We would like all to come out and enjoy the start of Basketball Season.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.Magazines have started to arrive in the Library!  Come during lunch or before or after school to peruse them!  Check out the newspapers, too!  Be an informed citizen!
  • Soon, some seniors will be re-taking the NMSBA Science test and PARCC to meet their graduation requirements.  Information about the test schedules will follow later.  Please be reminded that all electronic devices must be turned off and put in your back pack.  The back pack must be stowed away from your work area.  Also, please be aware that if you finish testing before the other students in your classroom, you have two choices:  read a book you have brought with you or put your head down.  These are the only two choices.  Be prepared by bringing a book or be ready to sit quietly until everyone finishes testing.  This will be the expectation for all standardized testing this year.
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.
  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.

Daily Announcements Friday November 3, 2017 

  • Swimmers practice will be TODAY from 4 to 6 p.m. Also, please turn in your physicals and other forms!
  • The deadline to sign up for the December ACT is TODAY.  The photo upload deadline is Friday, December 1st.  Please see your counselor for assistance.
  • Good luck to our Bengal Girls Dance team as they compete in their first competition of the season, TOMORROW November 4th in our gym.
    • Come out and support your dancers! The team competition begins at 11am.
    • GO Bengal Girls!!
  • SADD Members are reminded that we are cooking at CARE 66 TOMORROW, November 4. Please be there at the shelter by 2:30 p.m.
  • Starting Monday November 6th, Key Club will be hosting a coat and mitten drive - brings new or used coats and mittens or any winter gear to your fifth period class. The winning class with the most items will receive a dress-down day on November 27th!
  • The Gallup High School Jazz band is looking for advanced musicians. We are currently accepting positions in piano, drum-set, upright or electric bass, and guitar. Musicians should be able to read music and/or should be more than proficient on their instrument. If you do not know how to read music, show up to rehearsals anyway to see if we can work with your skills. Our first meeting will be Tuesday, November 7th from 4pm-5pm. Weekly rehearsal times are to be determined.
  • The Boys Basketball Team will be having “Orange and Black Mania” it will BE on Thursday, November 9th starting at 6:00pm. There will be C Team and JV Team introductions and a scrimmage, Varsity team and Alumni Team introductions and a scrimmage, basketball t-shirts for sale, a running concession, the award winning Bengal Dance Girls will be introduced and perform, Gallup High Cheerleaders will be introduced and perform, and a 3-point contest. We would like all to come out and enjoy the start of Basketball Season.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.
  • Magazines have started to arrive in the Library!  Come during lunch or before or after school to peruse them!  Check out the newspapers, too!  Be an informed citizen!
  • Soon, some seniors will be re-taking the NMSBA Science test and PARCC to meet their graduation requirements.  Information about the test schedules will follow later.  Please be reminded that all electronic devices must be turned off and put in your back pack.  The back pack must be stowed away from your work area.  Also, please be aware that if you finish testing before the other students in your classroom, you have two choices:  read a book you have brought with you or put your head down.  These are the only two choices.  Be prepared by bringing a book or be ready to sit quietly until everyone finishes testing.  This will be the expectation for all standardized testing this year.
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.

 

  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.

 Daily Announcements 1 November 2017

  •  Juniors and Seniors can also vote for PROM THEMES tomorrow during 1st and 2nd
  • The Gallup Teen Health Center in partnership with GHS S.A.D.D. is holding a poster contest. The clinic is in need of an updated poster to advertise the clinic. All GHS students are welcome to submit a poster. Guidelines are posted on flyers posted around the High School if you need more information please see Ms. Yardley in counseling or Cindy at the Gallup Teen Health Center. Deadline for entries is Wednesday November 15th and a winner will be announced Friday November 17th. A prize will be given to the winner provided by the clinic and the poster will be used to promote the Gallup Teen Health Center.
  • Eurotrip 2019 is being planned! Come to the Euro trip meeting TONIGHT at 5:30 pm in B201 to find out which trip has been selected! Learn how to sign up to join a once in a lifetime experience, hear from previous travelers, and see pictures from past trips. Don’t miss out! This trip is open to all area high school students and families.
  • Swimmers practice will be TODAY from 4 to 6 p.m., through Friday of this week.  Also, please turn in your physicals and other forms this week!
  • Junior Class officer voting will be TOMORROW Thursday Nov. 2nd during 1st and 2nd lunches all junior class students please vote!!
  • TOMORROW Thursday Nov. 2nd we will have FASFA night for seniors in the library from 5-7 pm.
  • TOMORROW Thursday, November 2, 2017, we will have "Everything Available" in the concession stand.  We will have pickles, popcorn, pretzels, sodas, tea, nachos, chili cheese nachos, hot dogs, chili dogs, pizza, and subs.
  • There will be a Senior class meeting TOMORROW Thursday November 2nd in B106 at 8:05 am.
  • Girls Soccer Banquet TOMORROW Thursday, November 2nd @ 6pm in the Commons.
  • RAH Photography will be here TOMORROW Thursday November 2nd after school to take the Cross Country team and individual pictures. Bring your uniform and meet out at the track.
  • The deadline to sign up for the December ACT is THIS Friday, November 3rd.  The photo upload deadline is Friday, December 1st.  Please see your counselor for assistance.
  • Magazines have started to arrive in the Library!  Come during lunch or before or after school to peruse them!  Check out the newspapers, too!  Be an informed citizen!
  • Soon, some seniors will be re-taking the NMSBA Science test and PARCC to meet their graduation requirements.  Information about the test schedules will follow later.  Please be reminded that all electronic devices must be turned off and put in your back pack.  The back pack must be stowed away from your work area.  Also, please be aware that if you finish testing before the other students in your classroom, you have two choices:  read a book you have brought with you or put your head down.  These are the only two choices.  Be prepared by bringing a book or be ready to sit quietly until everyone finishes testing.  This will be the expectation for all standardized testing this year.
  • Reminder Pre-sale yearbooks will be $50 until Christmas Break.
  • The Gallup Teen Health Clinic is able to provide sports physicals to anyone in need of one for the upcoming sports deadlines.
  • Seniors please check out the Gallup High School website for Scholarship opportunities.
  • Swim practice will be at the aquatic center Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4: to 6:00 p.m. Swimmers remember to get your physical done soon.  We still have room for more swimmers on our team, see Ms. Yardley in counseling if you have questions.
  • Animal awareness group meeting immediately after school every Thursday.
  • Native American Club Meetings every Wednesday at 8:00 am in the Career Center.
  • Yearbook will meet every Tuesday right after school in A104.
  • Student Council will meet every Wednesday morning at 8:05 am in A104.
  • The Gallup High Students Against Destructive Decisions Chapter will meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Counseling Office Career Center.  If you want to make a difference in our school and our community, check us out.  If you have questions, see Ms. Yardley in Counseling.