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Thursday, May 25, 2017 

  • PARKING - Reminder to all - no cars, trucks or motorcycles to be parked in the fire line or handicap zone without the proper placard. 

  • Fines/Fees - As of Monday, May 22nd, personal checks will not be accepted in the bookkeepers office.  Payments made by card can be made on line at www.glencoetidewebstore.com  Payments using cash or money order can be made in the bookkeepers office.

  • Baccalaureate - Baccalaureate is a celebration of faith for the graduating seniors on June 7th at 7pm.  If you would like to participate by being a speaker or performing, please speak with Mrs. Fishback in room 210.

  • Quarter Final Playoffs!  Good luck to our Glencoe Softball team as they travel to Medford tomorrow to play a state quarter final game against North Medford at 5 pm!  Pack the stands!!

  • Congratulations to our Glencoe Boys Lacrosse team as they defeated 5th Ranked Sherwood Tuesday night to advance to the State Quarterfinals!  Their next game will be this Friday, 8pm at Sunset High School.  Show your school spirit and let's pack the stands! 

  • Attention Girls Basketball Players!  Information on Summer Open Gym dates are posted outside the Athletic Office.  Please stop by and pick up a calendar.

  • If you are registered for the June ACT, the deadline to upload your photo is June 1st.  You will not be admitted unless you have a printed admission ticket with a photo.

  • If you forecasted for AP literature next school year, please stop by Mr. Bizjak’s room 212 to get a copy of the summer assignment for Frankenstein.

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!
    • DUE TOMORROW - *The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.
    • DUE TOMORROW - *Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.
    • *NEW Scholarship- Smarter Select Travel Access Program ($3000) 

  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.   Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com
  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.

  • Summer Camp Options for volunteering that could change your life!
  • Camp Yakety Yak (could include a paid summer internship!) http://www.campyaketyyak.org/
  • Camp Ho’Omoana (Hawaiian Cultural Summer Camp) @ Patterson Elementary July 17-21 M-F 9AM-1PM www.kiako.org  email: info@kiako.org


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

  • PARKING - Reminder to all - no cars, trucks or motorcycles to be parked in the fire line or handicap zone without the proper placard. 

  • Fines/Fees - As of Monday, May 22nd, personal checks will not be accepted in the bookkeepers office.  Payments made by card can be made on line at www.glencoetidewebstore.com  Payments using cash or money order can be made in the bookkeepers office.

  • Baccalaureate - Baccalaureate is a celebration of faith for the graduating seniors on June 7th at 7pm.  If you would like to participate by being a speaker or performing, please speak with Mrs. Fishback in room 210.

  • 2nd Round Playoffs!  Good luck to our Glencoe Softball team as they play Barlow High School TODAY at Glencoe @ 5:00pm in the 2nd round of the State Playoffs. Pack the stands!!

  • Congratulations to our Glencoe Boys Lacrosse team as they defeated 5th Ranked Sherwood last night to advance to the State Quarterfinals!  Their next game will be this Friday, 8pm at Sunset High School.  Show your school spirit and let's pack the stands! 

  • Attention Girls Basketball Players!  Information on Summer Open Gym dates are posted outside the Athletic Office.  Please stop by and pick up a calendar.

  • If you forecasted for AP literature next school year, please stop by Mr. Bizjak’s room 212 to get a copy of the summer assignment for Frankenstein.

  • If you lost anything at the Glencoechella last Friday please come see Mr Self in the UTC

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:
  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!
    • *The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.
    • *Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.
    • *NEW Scholarship- Smarter Select Travel Access Program ($3000) 

  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.   Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com
  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.

 

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

  • PARKING - Reminder to all - no cars, trucks or motorcycles to be parked in the fire line or handicap zone without the proper placard. 

  • Fines/Fees - As of Monday, May 22nd, personal checks will not be accepted in the bookkeepers office.  Payments made by card can be made on line at www.glencoetidewebstore.com  Payments using cash or money order can be made in the bookkeepers office.

  • Baccalaureate - Baccalaureate is a celebration of faith for the graduating seniors on June 7th at 7pm.  If you would like to participate by being a speaker or performing, please speak with Mrs. Fishback in room 210.

  • If you forecasted for AP literature next school year, please stop by Mr. Bizjak’s room 212 to get a copy of the summer assignment for Frankenstein.

  • Elementary counselor career visit Tuesday 5/23 in the counseling center.  Seniors: can be used as a job shadow!  Sign up with Mrs. Pate in the counseling center.

  • If you lost anything at the Glencoechella last Friday please come see Mr Self in the UTC

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:
  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!
    • *The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.
    • *Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.
    • *NEW Scholarship- Smarter Select Travel Access Program ($3000) 

  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.   Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com
  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.


Monday, May 22, 2017

  • PARKING - Reminder to all - no cars, trucks or motorcycles to be parked in the fire line or handicap zone without the proper placard.

  • Fines/Fees - As of Monday, May 22nd, personal checks will not be accepted in the bookkeepers office.  Payments made by card can be made on line at www.glencoetidewebstore.com  Payments using cash or money order can be made in the bookkeepers office.

  • Baccalaureate - Baccalaureate is a celebration of faith for the graduating seniors on June 7th at 7pm.  If you would like to participate by being a speaker or performing, please speak with Mrs. Fishback in room 210.

  • If you forecasted for AP literature next school year, please stop by Mr. Bizjak’s room 212 to get a copy of the summer assignment for Frankenstein.

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:
    • 5/22 Jesuit High School 7-9 PM Participating Universities: Emory, John Hopkins, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Washington University in St. Louis. RSVP at: http://thenuwhetour.org/  
    • 5/24 Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center @7 PM Participating universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, or the University of Chicago –RSVP here: http://www.exploringeducationalexcellence.org/event_detail.php?id=344

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!
    • *Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum MacTarnahan Scholarship ($3000) Due 5/21. GPA of 3.3, min. SAT of 1000 or ACT 20 – must be going to an institution of higher learning within Oregon. Applications are in the counseling center or at www.oregonsportshall.org
    • *The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.
    • *Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.
    • *NEW Scholarship- Smarter Select Travel Access Program ($3000)

  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.   Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com
  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.

 

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Friday, May 19, 2017 

  • Glencochella is today! Music!  Art!  Food!What more could you want!!

  • PARKING - Reminder to all - no cars, trucks or motorcycles to be parked in the fire line or handicap zone without the proper placard.

  • Fines/Fees - As of Monday, May 22nd, personal checks will not be accepted in the bookkeepers office.  Payments made by card can be made on line at www.glencoetidewebstore.com  Payments using cash or money order can be made in the bookkeepers office.

  • Baccalaureate - Baccalaureate is a celebration of faith for the graduating seniors on June 7th at 7pm.  If you would like to participate by being a speaker or performing, please speak with Mrs. Fishback in room 210.

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:
    • 5/22 Jesuit High School 7-9 PM Participating Universities: Emory, John Hopkins, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Washington University in St. Louis. RSVP at: http://thenuwhetour.org/  
    • 5/24 Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center @7 PM Participating universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, or the University of Chicago –RSVP here: http://www.exploringeducationalexcellence.org/event_detail.php?id=344

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!
    • Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum MacTarnahan Scholarship ($3000) Due 5/21. GPA of 3.3, min. SAT of 1000 or ACT 20 – must be going to an institution of higher learning within Oregon. Applications are in the counseling center or at www.oregonsportshall.org
    • *The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.
    • *Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.
    • *NEW Scholarship- Smarter Select Travel Access Program ($3000)

  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.  Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com
  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.
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Thursday, May 18, 2017

  • Baccalaureate is a celebration of faith for the graduating seniors on June 7th at 7pm. If you would like to participate by being a speaker or performing please speak with Mrs. Fishback in room 210. 

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:

     

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship! .
  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.  Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com 

  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.

  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

  • Congratulations Brenna!  The winner for the most recent Attendance Challenge is Brenna Donovan!  Come to the Assistant Principal’s office to pick up your Dutch Bros. gift card!  Remember there will be a drawing at the end of the school year for any students with perfect attendance for second semester.  The prize is two free tickets to see Shawn Mendes at The Moda Center in July

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:
  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship! .
  • Due 5/31 – seniors interested in a gap year/traveling abroad and need funding.  Establish an account with www.app.smarterselect.com

  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.

  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Same as May 12.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Same as May 12.

Friday, May 12, 2017

  • On Saturday, Marissa Hall, Joey Wisshack, Andrew Buffaloe, and Natalie Clayton will perform with The Scott Pipe Band at the Proud to be HSD celebration. Come see them at the Hillsboro Market. Performance is at noon. After they perform, the band will lead all of the HSD school mascots in a parade through the market. Come see the awesome GHS drummers in action on Saturday!

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice. All students & families are invited to two presentations:

o   5/22 Jesuit High School 7-9 PM Participating Universities: Emory, John Hopkins, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Washington University in St. Louis. RSVP at:http://thenuwhetour.org/

o   5/24 Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center @7 PM Participating universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, or the University of Chicago –RSVP here: http://www.exploringeducationalexcellence.org/event_detail.php?id=344

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9 th -12 th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.
  • Seniors: Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!

o   BRAND NEW The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.

o   BRAND NEW Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.

o   Washington County Sheriff Posse ($500) Due 5/15 – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate. Mail by 5/15 to: Scholarship Fund Committee, PO Box 1691, Hillsboro, OR 97123

o   Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum MacTarnahan Scholarship ($3000) Due 5/21. GPA of 3.3, min. SAT of 1000 or ACT 20 – must be going to an institution of higher learning within Oregon. Applications are in the counseling center or at www.oregonsportshall.org

  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.


Thursday, May 11, 2017

  • On Saturday, Marissa Hall, Joey Wisshack, Andrew Buffaloe, and Natalie Clayton will perform with The Scott Pipe Band at the Proud to be HSD celebration. Come see them at the Hillsboro Market. Performance is at noon. After they perform, the band will lead all of the HSD school mascots in a parade through the market. Come see the awesome GHS drummers in action on Saturday!

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice. All students & families are invited to two presentations:

o   5/22 Jesuit High School 7-9 PM Participating Universities: Emory, John Hopkins, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Washington University in St. Louis. RSVP at:http://thenuwhetour.org/

o   5/24 Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center @7 PM Participating universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, or the University of Chicago –RSVP here: http://www.exploringeducationalexcellence.org/event_detail.php?id=344

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9 th -12 th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.
  • Seniors: Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there is a new Oregon Sports Hall of Fame scholarship!

o   BRAND NEW The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.

o   BRAND NEW Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.

o   Washington County Sheriff Posse ($500) Due 5/15 – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate. Mail by 5/15 to: Scholarship Fund Committee, PO Box 1691, Hillsboro, OR 97123

o   Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum MacTarnahan Scholarship ($3000) Due 5/21. GPA of 3.3, min. SAT of 1000 or ACT 20 – must be going to an institution of higher learning within Oregon. Applications are in the counseling center or at www.oregonsportshall.org

  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.
  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.


Wednesday, May 10, 2017

  • This Saturday, Marissa Hall, Joey Wisshack, Andrew Buffaloe, and Natalie Clayton will perform with The Scott Pipe Band at the Proud to be HSD celebration. Come see them at the Hillsboro Market.  Performance is at noon. After they perform, the band will lead all of the HSD school mascots in a parade through the market. Come see the awesome GHS drummers in action on Saturday!

  • Seniors: Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there are 3 local ones left for May:
  • 9-12 Leadership Opportunity: Cornelius has a new Youth Advisory Council. Up to 20 9-12 students who live in or near Cornelius are invited to join. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Applications are in the counseling center for interested students. This will provide leadership experience, working within a local community, and potential networking for life after high school.

  • Juniors and Seniors are invited to a FREE PCC Rock Creek STEAM Camp June 19-23 from 9AM-1PM. PCC received a massive National Science Foundation grant to pay for this Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math week, especially for those with a possible interests in microelectronics technology. Juniors would have to get excused from their morning classes – GHS cannot provide transportation for that week. Seniors will be graduates! Applications are in the counseling center or you can email Dorina Cornea from PCC: dcorneah@pcc.edu.

 

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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

  • Attn GSA Members: The leaders from Project Pride will be here today after school. Please go to room 212 after school to get involved in Project Pride.

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice.  All students & families are invited to two presentations:
  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors: Senior Survey will go offline today. You have until midnight tonight. This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 332 seniors have filled it out! Come on Class of 2017. You can do this. http://goo.gl/6XR3p9 You can still sign the “what you’re doing after HS” banner in the counseling center through the end of today.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition, there are 3 local ones left for May:
  • Field trips: LAST CALL FOR THESE FIELD TRIPS. If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.

Monday, May 8, 2017

  • Attn GSA Members: The leaders from Project Pride will be here Tuesday after school. Please go to room 212 after school to get involved in Project Pride.

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Seniors: Senior Survey HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO TUESDAY 5/9. This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 293 seniors have filled it out! Less than 100 to go! Come on Class of 2017. You can do this. http://goo.gl/6XR3p9 You can still sign the “what you’re doing after HS” banner in the counseling center through tomorrow as well.

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition there is a new $500 Human Rights Scholarship due by the end of May. Swing in and talk with Mrs. Fields with questions.
    • Washington County Sheriff Posse ($500) Due 5/15 – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate. Mail by 5/15 to: Scholarship Fund Committee, PO Box 1691, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    • BRAND NEW The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.
    • BRAND NEW Abby’s Closet Scholarship ($1000) Due 5/26 – female seniors with a GPA min of 2.5 and headed to PSU or PCC. Go to www.abbyscloset.org for more information.

  • Field trips: If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.
    • Asian American Youth Leadership Conference May 12 @ Concordia College. 9-12 students who identify as Asian American, including Pacific Islander, and allies of Asian American students are invited to sign up.
    • Hermanas Conference May 12 @ PCC Rock Creek – 20 Latina students interested in STEM are invited.
    • Welding Field trip May 19 @ PCC Swan Island and PCC Rock Creek. 9-12 invited. Gives an overview of the programs offered locally for students interested in welding as a career, from shipyards to classrooms.  

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? All students & families are invited to two presentations:


Friday, May 5, 2017

  • Hey Seniors, your diploma will be mailed home at the end of June.  It will be mailed to your mailing address of record in Synergy. If you feel your address is or will be different by then, please notify Mrs. Aguilar or Mrs. Rawls in room 202.

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY - Class of 2017 banner – swing into the counseling center over lunches and sign it, seniors! We will hang it up in the commons soon and we want you on there! While in the counseling center, check with Mrs. Pate on your .5 Career Credit. You need it to graduate!

  • Senior Survey HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO TUESDAY 5/9. This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 293 seniors have filled it out! Less than 100 to go! Come on Class of 2017. You can do this. http://goo.gl/6XR3p9

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition there is a new $500 Human Rights Scholarship due by the end of May. Swing in and talk with Mrs. Fields with questions.

    • Washington County Sheriff Posse ($500) Due 5/15 – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate. Mail by 5/15 to: Scholarship Fund Committee, PO Box 1691, Hillsboro, OR 97123b.

    • BRAND NEW The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.

  • Fieldtrips: If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.

    • Asian American Youth Leadership Conference May 12 @ Concordia College. 9-12 students who identify as Asian American, including Pacific Islander, and allies of Asian American students are invited to sign up.

    • Hermanas Conference May 12 @ PCC Rock Creek – 20 Latina students interested in STEM are invited.

    • Welding Fieldtrip May 19 @ PCC Swan Island and PCC Rock Creek. 9-12 invited. Gives an overview of the programs offered locally for students interested in welding as a career, from shipyards to classrooms.  

  •  Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? All students & families are invited to two presentations:

    • 5/22 Jesuit High School 7-9 PM Participating Universities: Emory, John Hopkins, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Washing University in St. Louis. RSVP at: http://thenuwhetour.org/

    •  5/24 Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center @7 PM Participating universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, or the University of Chicago – Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice. RSVP here: http://www.exploringeducationalexcellence.org/event_detail.php?id=344

Daily Announcements


Thursday, May 4, 2017

  • IGNITE has launched! Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • TOMORROW IS THE FINAL DAY - Class of 2017 banner – swing into the counseling center over lunches and sign it, seniors! We will hang it up in the commons soon and we want you on there! While in the counseling center, check with Mrs. Pate on your .5 Career Credit. You need it to graduate!

  • Senior Survey HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO TUESDAY 5/9. This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 263 seniors have filled it out! http://goo.gl/6XR3p9

  • Seniors:   Lots of scholarship opportunities still…go to Naviance “scholarship list” and double click “deadline” to see what’s left. In addition there is a new $500 Human Rights Scholarship due by the end of May. Swing in and talk with Mrs. Fields with questions.

a. Washington County Sheriff Posse ($500) Due 5/15 – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate. Mail by 5/15 to: Scholarship Fund Committee, PO Box 1691, Hillsboro, OR 97123

b. BRAND NEW The Human Rights Council of Washington County ($500) Due 5/26 – students who live in Washington County who have shown a dedication to Human Rights – go into the Counseling Center and get the criteria from Mrs. Pate.

  • Fieldtrips: If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.

o   Asian American Youth Leadership Conference May 12 @ Concordia College. 9-12 students who identify as Asian American, including Pacific Islander, and allies of Asian American students are invited to sign up.

o   Hermanas Conference May 12 @ PCC Rock Creek – 20 Latina students interested in STEM are invited.

o   Welding Fieldtrip May 19 @ PCC Swan Island and PCC Rock Creek. 9-12 invited. Gives an overview of the programs offered locally for students interested in welding as a career, from shipyards to classrooms.  

  • Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in a top tier University? All students & families are invited to two presentations:

o   5/22 Jesuit High School 7-9 PM Participating Universities: Emory, John Hopkins, University of Notre Dame, University of Virginia, and Washing University in St. Louis. RSVP at: http://thenuwhetour.org/

o   5/24 Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center @7 PM Participating universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Rice University, or the University of Chicago – Even if this list is not your top interest, going to this could help you know which questions to ask at the top tier university of your choice. RSVP here: http://www.exploringeducationalexcellence.org/event_detail.php?id=344


Wednesday, May 3, 2017

  • IGNITE has launched!  Inspiring Growth Now in Teacher Education group meets 2X/month for students interested in ANY education related field. Great resume builder and series of conversations for those interested in education. In addition, students receive internship opportunities, do service learning projects, and are paid tutors in our elementary schools. Upcoming info sessions on May 8 and 22. 9th-12th invited for the 2017-18 school year. Applications are in the counseling center.

  • Class of 2017 banner – swing into the counseling center over lunches and sign it, seniors! We will hang it up in the commons soon and we want you on there! While in the counseling center, check with Mrs. Pate on your .5 Career Credit. You need it to graduate!

  • Senior Survey is due by this Friday 5/5 –This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 238 seniors have filled it out! http://goo.gl/6XR3p9

  • Seniors:   Over $25,000 in local scholarship dollars are available for you to apply for between April 3 and May 15. Take advantage of these opportunities! Go to www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com/scholarships to look at the criteria. You can also swing into the counseling center.  *The final local scholarship option is with the Washington County Sheriff Office due 5/15.

  • Fieldtrips: If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.

o   Asian American Youth Leadership Conference May 12 @ Concordia College. 9-12 students who identify as Asian American, including Pacific Islander, and allies of Asian American students are invited to sign up.

o   Hermanas Conference May 12 @ PCC Rock Creek – 20 Latina students interested in STEM are invited.

o   Welding Fieldtrip May 19 @ PCC Swan Island and PCC Rock Creek. 9-12 invited. Gives an overview of the programs offered locally for students interested in welding as a career, from shipyards to classrooms.   

  • McKinstry job shadow/CRLE option: open to 10th-12th grade for students going into design, machining, or engineering. Register online. Students will be selected by May 5th. You provide your own transportation. Seniors: could be used for senior project hours or possibly internship hours. Go to: http://goo.gl/forms/byBwxiU94bLfuuxd2


Tuesday, May 2, 2017

  • On May 17th Ms. Cooley is taking a group of students to Freightliner in Portland.  We will be touring the facility and learning about their technical careers, with a focus on Engineering.  To apply, please see Ms. Cooley in the counseling center for an application.  Freightliner is a pioneer in the trucking industry and offers a variety of career options.  THURSDAY is the last day to turn in permission slips!!!!


  • Here’s to the Class of 2017! We had about a 1/3 of the senior class sign the banner regarding their future – please swing into the counseling center over lunches and sign it, seniors! We will hang it up in the commons soon and we want you on there! While in the counseling center, check with Mrs. Pate on your .5 Career Credit. You need it to graduate!

  • During lunches today all students 9-12 are invited to bring their lunch to the counseling center. Evergreen College out of Washington State will be with us to talk about issues of social justice and how to “find what you need” when you get to college. All grades are invited, especially seniors who are preparing for their next step. Big conversations about important topics, like: How do I manage my studies, my free-time, my finances, and my social life? And more. No need to sign up. Just come in.

  • Senior Survey is ready Class of 2017 –This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 224 seniors have filled it out! http://goo.gl/6XR3p9

  • Seniors:   Over $25,000 in local scholarship dollars are available for you to apply for between April 3 and May 15. Take advantage of these opportunities! Go to www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com/scholarships to look at the criteria. You can also swing into the counseling center.  *The final scholarship option is with the Washington County Sheriff Office.

  • On-Site Career Fair today at SolarWorld 10am-2pm for Entry Level Production Operators where no experience is necessary. This is a temporary position for those who would like to start a career in manufacturing or the solar industry. The starting pay ranges from $11.50 p/hr. for our day shift positions and $13 p/ hr. for our night shift positions. We literally just found out about this. If you are interested  but can’t go today, call 503-693-5265, so you can be interviewed another time.

  •  Fieldtrips: If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.

o   Asian American Youth Leadership Conference May 12 @ Concordia College. 9-12 students who identify as Asian American, including Pacific Islander, and allies of Asian American students are invited to sign up.

o   Hermanas Conference May 12 @ PCC Rock Creek – 20 Latina students interested in STEM are invited.

o   Welding Fieldtrip May 19 @ PCC Swan Island and PCC Rock Creek. 9-12 invited. Gives an overview of the programs offered locally for students interested in welding as a career, from shipyards to classrooms.  

  • McKinstry job shadow/CRLE option: open to 10th-12th grade for students going into design, machining, or engineering. Register online. Students will be selected by May 5th. You provide your own transportation. Seniors: could be used for senior project hours or possibly internship hours. Go to: http://goo.gl/forms/byBwxiU94bLfuuxd2


Monday, May 1, 2017

  • Today is Decision Day – it’s the day that seniors headed to a 4 year college have to commit to a school. We will have a large banner for all seniors to sign during 1st or 2nd lunches TODAY in the commons and TOMORROW in the counseling center indicating where they are headed next year: college, work force, military, mission, or wherever they’re headed. Here’s to the Class of 2017! Big news: HSD is sending over cameras to film seniors signing at NOON today during 1st lunch. Seniors: please all be in the commons signing the banner, and freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, please come help support and be in the video!


  • During lunches tomorrow, Tuesday 5/2, all students are invited to bring their lunch to the counseling center. Evergreen College out of Washington State will be with us to talk about issues of social justice and how to “find what you need” when you get to college. All grades are invited, and especially seniors who are preparing for their next step. Big conversations about important topics, like: How do I manage my studies, my free-time, my finances, and my social life? And more. No need to sign up. Just come in.

  • Senior Survey is ready Class of 2017 –This is the final phase of your .5 Career Credit and is required for graduation – as of this morning 206 seniors have filled it out! http://goo.gl/6XR3p9

  • Seniors: Over $25,000 in local scholarship dollars are available for you to apply for between April 3 and May 15. Take advantage of these opportunities! Go towww.glencoecounseling.weebly.com/scholarships to look at the criteria. You can also swing into the counseling center.

o   DUE TODAY: FEI Casey Bennett is for $2000 for students going into material or physical science.

o   DUE TODAY: GHS Greenhouse scholarship is for $1500 for students going into agriculture or plan to open a business attached to agriculture.

o   DUE TODAY: Richard B. Siegel for $2500 is for students going into arts, sciences, or technology.

  • Fieldtrips: If you want to attend, we need permission slips ASAP for the following – Permission slips for all in the counseling center. We need them returned ASAP to secure a spot and have time to get them processed.

o   Asian American Youth Leadership Conference May 12 @ Concordia College. 9-12 students who identify as Asian American, including Pacific Islander, and allies of Asian American students are invited to sign up.

o   Hermanas Conference May 12 @ PCC Rock Creek – 20 Latina students interested in STEM are invited.

o   Welding Fieldtrip May 19 @ PCC Swan Island and PCC Rock Creek. 9-12 invited. Gives an overview of the programs offered locally for students interested in welding as a career, from shipyards to classrooms.  

  • McKinstry job shadow/CRLE option: open to 10th-12th grade for students going into design, machining, or engineering. Register online. Students will be selected by May 5th. You provide your own transportation. Seniors: could be used for senior project hours or possibly internship hours. Go to: http://goo.gl/forms/byBwxiU94bLfuuxd2