Senior, Jordan Delay and eighth grade student, Jarred Tallent were honored at the Forest Grove Rotary Luncheon on December 18th at Pacific University. Kathy Delay was there to watch Jordan receive his award. Mr. and Mrs. Tallent were there to watch Jarred be recognized! These two Gaston students were recognized for outstanding character and leadership within the school. We're proud of you both!
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
December 18th marked the end of the Sweet Revenge Canned Food Drive at Gaston Junior Senior High School! Ryan Sweet's Junior Career's Project was to conduct a canned food drive to benefit families in the Gaston area. Students brought in 502 cans of food to be donated to the local food bank. When cans were brought in, students put them in staff boxes. Staff agreed to kiss a variety of animals, depending on how many cans were donated on their behalf. The project was a fun way to give back to the community.
Ms Waggoner got to kiss a cat!
Mr. Sims kissed the cat too!
Ms. Burge got to kiss a chicken!
Ms. Anderson kissed a pig!
Mrs. McKenzie kissed a hedgehog!
Mr. Ceder kissed the cat!
Mr. Woodward prepares to kiss the pig after he sweetly serenades it!
Friday, December 6, 2013
Here are some of the activities that will take place in December:
- December 6-18: Canned Food Drive
- December 13-14: Ellen Greene presents plays at 7:07 in the Old Gym
- December 18: Mr. Johnson presents a Winter Band Concert in the New Gym at 7:00
- December 20-21: Ellen Green presents plays at 7:07 in the Old Gym
- December 20: Last day of school before Christmas Break
- We come back from break on January 6th, 2014!
NOT ONLY ARE YOU INVITED TO ATTEND GJSHS EVENTS, WE'D LOVE YOUR PRESENCE!
A group of GJSHS students and staff having fun with our "ugly Christmas sweaters!"
We're sporting our "ugly Christmas sweaters!"
Local artist and graduate of Gaston High School, Tom Cox demonstrates techniques of glass blowing to art class students on Tuesday, November 19th.
Tom is making a jelly fish inside a glass structure!
Tom discusses mixing colors for glass blowing.
Here is a vase that Tom made in Gaston School colors--green and gold! Beautiful! Thanks for the wonderful demonstration, Tom!