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Daily Announcements

Friday, February 24, 2017


  • Next Monday is the first day of Spring Sports.  In order to participate in tryouts or practice on Monday, all athletes must complete the online registration, have an up-to-date sports physical on file in the Athletic Office and be cleared to participate.


  • Glencoe Softball tryouts will be held after school on Monday from 4-6pm at the Hillsboro Stadium.  Transportation will be provided to and from practice for all softball players.  Please meet outside the locker room right after school on Monday to take the bus to the stadium.   It will bring you back to Glencoe once practice is over. Please stop by the Athletic Office for more information regarding Spring Sports and how to get registered.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Feb 22 PSU Instaviking (Seniors Only – 3 spots left); Feb 22 Cosmetology Visit; Feb 23 Fire Department Chief Visit; Feb 27 Dental Career Day with a dentist and a hygienist. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


  •  On Tuesday, March 14, 100 Glencoe students from all grades are invited to the NW Youth Careers Expo to learn about multiple careers and do mock interviews. Permission slips are in the counseling center. Chaperones are still needed. It is a day to literally try hundreds of career paths.


  • Why does volunteering matter? It changes the world. It changes the person. Finding places to volunteer before you’re 18 can be a challenge. Volunteer Fair over lunches in the commons on March 1st – find out what you can do as someone 14+ years old


  • Don’t miss the fantastically funny farcical musical, “Lucky Stiff,” this Friday and Saturday and next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30.  Tickets for students are available for $7 in advance on-line at SHOWTIX4U.com and in the office or are available at the door for $8.  Prepare to be entertained.


  • Students did you know if you are on the free or reduced lunch program you can get breakfast too? Stop by the cafeteria on your way to class for a grab and go breakfast! Better breakfast equals betters learning!


  • If you are interested in enrolling in the Fire Science classes over at Liberty HS next year, please sign up to attend an informational session this coming Tuesday at 10:30. The course instructors, who are actual firefighters, will be there to give you information and ask any questions you may have. Only students who sign up will able to attend, so sign up in the counseling center today!


  • The health sciences students are hosting a Red Cross blood drive next Thursday, March 2.  Sign up this week in the commons during lunch or in room 203.


  • AP students: remember to register for you AP exams by next Wednesday, March 1st to avoid any extra fees. If you have any questions or concerns about the registration process, see Mrs. Buyas in the counseling center ASAP!


  • Seniors: the final deadline for OSAC scholarships is March 1st. That’s next week. Go to oregonstudentaid.gov and apply. It’s worth it. You are only competing with students from Oregon.

  •  The March 10 PSU college visit trip is full. Thank you to all who signed up. It will be a great day!


  • Seniors: Reminder that on March 1st PCC & Future Connect will be here to help you apply for both programs. That is the deadline for PCC scholarships and for Future Connect, a college retention program that covers costs and does not require a 2.5 GPA. Only two seniors are signed up – if you would like to have PCC as part of your plan, do NOT miss out! Sign up at glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center.


Thursday, February 23, 2017


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Feb 22 PSU Instaviking (Seniors Only – 3 spots left); Feb 22 Cosmetology Visit; Feb 23 Fire Department Chief Visit; Feb 27 Dental Career Day with a dentist and a hygienist. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


  •  On Tuesday, March 14, 100 Glencoe students from all grades are invited to the NW Youth Careers Expo to learn about multiple careers and do mock interviews. Permission slips are in the counseling center. Chaperones are still needed. It is a day to literally try hundreds of career paths.


  • Why does volunteering matter? It changes the world. It changes the person. Finding places to volunteer before you’re 18 can be a challenge. Volunteer Fair over lunches in the commons on March 1st – find out what you can do as someone 14+ years old


  • Don’t miss the fantastically funny farcical musical, “Lucky Stiff,” this Friday and Saturday and next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30.  Tickets for students are available for $7 in advance on-line at SHOWTIX4U.com and in the office or are available at the door for $8.  Prepare to be entertained.


  • Students did you know if you are on the free or reduced lunch program you can get breakfast too? Stop by the cafeteria on your way to class for a grab and go breakfast! Better breakfast equals betters learning!


  • If you are interested in enrolling in the Fire Science classes over at Liberty HS next year, please sign up to attend an informational session this coming Tuesday at 10:30. The course instructors, who are actual firefighters, will be there to give you information and ask any questions you may have. Only students who sign up will able to attend, so sign up in the counseling center today!


  • The health sciences students are hosting a Red Cross blood drive next Thursday, March 2.  Sign up this week in the commons during lunch or in room 203.


  • AP students: remember to register for you AP exams by next Wednesday, March 1st to avoid any extra fees. If you have any questions or concerns about the registration process, see Mrs. Buyas in the counseling center ASAP!


  • Seniors: the final deadline for OSAC scholarships is March 1st. That’s next week. Go to oregonstudentaid.gov and apply. It’s worth it. You are only competing with students from Oregon.

  •  The March 10 PSU college visit trip is full. Thank you to all who signed up. It will be a great day!


  • Seniors: Reminder that on March 1st,  PCC & Future Connect will be here to help you apply for both programs. That is the deadline for PCC scholarships and for Future Connect, a college retention program that covers costs and does not require a 2.5 GPA. Only two seniors are signed up – if you would like to have PCC as part of your plan, do NOT miss out! Sign up at glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center.

 

Wednesday, February 22, 2017


  • Hey Glencoe!  Congrats!  In the first two week of second semester 893 students had perfect attendance!  Keep up the good work!   Remember 12th grade students can win a pair of tickets to prom and 9-11th grade students can win gift certificates to Dutch Bros, the movies and more!  The winners for the first attendance drawing are: Valerie Sanchez-Mendoza (10th grade) and Justin Mellott (12th grade).  Come and see Ms. Cox in the Assistant Principal’s office to collect your prize!


  • Don’t miss the fantastically funny farcical musical, “Lucky Stiff,” this Friday and Saturday and next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30.  Tickets for students are available for $7 in advance on-line at SHOWTIX4U.com and in the office or are available at the door for $8.  Prepare to be entertained.


  • Sparrow Club meeting today after school in room 210.


  • Students did you know if you are on the free or reduced lunch program you can get breakfast too? Stop by the cafeteria on your way to class for a grab and go breakfast! Better breakfast equals betters learning!


  • The health sciences students are hosting a Red Cross blood drive next Thursday, March 2.  Sign up this week in the commons during lunch or in room 203.


  • AP students: remember to register for you AP exams by next Wednesday, March 1st to avoid any extra fees. If you have any questions or concerns about the registration process, see Mrs. Buyas in the counseling center ASAP!


  • Seniors: the final deadline for OSAC scholarships is March 1st. That’s next week. Go to oregonstudentaid.gov and apply. It’s worth it. You are only competing with students from Oregon.

  • The March 10th  PSU college visit trip is full. Thank you to all who signed up. It will be a great day!


  • Seniors: Reminder that on March 1st PCC & Future Connect will be here to help you apply for both programs. That is the deadline for PCC scholarships and for Future Connect, a college retention program that covers costs and does not require a 2.5 GPA. Only two seniors are signed up – if you would like to have PCC as part of your plan, do NOT miss out! Sign up at glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center.  Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Feb 22 PSU Instaviking (Seniors Only – 3 spots left); Feb 22 Cosmetology Visit; Feb 23 Fire Department Chief Visit; Feb 27 Dental Career Day with a dentist and a hygienist. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.

  • On Tuesday, March 14, 100 Glencoe students from all grades are invited to the NW Youth Careers Expo to learn about multiple careers and do mock interviews. Permission slips are in the counseling center. Chaperones are still needed. It is a day to literally try hundreds of career paths.


  • Why does volunteering matter? It changes the world. It changes the person. Finding places to volunteer before you’re 18 can be a challenge. Volunteer Fair over lunches in the commons on March 1st – find out what you can do as someone 14+ years old.


Tuesday, February 21, 2017


  • This year’s musical “Lucky Stiff” opens This Friday (2/24) and runs for two weekends.  Get tickets online, in the office, or at the door.  Don’t miss dancing, singing, and a surprise ending when a shoe salesman takes a dead guy to Monte Carlo in order to inherit 6 million dollars.


  • Congratulations to our STATE Wrestling Qualifiers!  Erik Munoz took 1st Place, Bryce Archer and Ian Stettler took 3rd Place and Ronaldo Lara and AJ Lucas took 4th Place at the Metro League District Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.  They qualified to wrestle at the OSAA State Wrestling Tournament at the Memorial Coliseum on Friday, February 24th & Saturday, February 25th.  Way to Go, Wrestlers!


  • Attention Softball Players!  There will be an informational parent/player Softball meeting Thursday, February 23rd at 6:30pm in the Glencoe Library.  Please plan on attending with your parents.  For more information, please stop by the Athletic Office.


  • The health sciences students are hosting a Red Cross blood drive next Thursday, March 2.  Sign up this week in the commons during lunch or in room 203.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Feb 22 PSU Instaviking (Seniors Only – 3 spots left); Feb 22 Cosmetology Visit; Feb 23 Fire Department Chief Visit; Feb 27 Dental Career Day with a dentist and a hygienist. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.

  • ·On Tuesday, March 14, 100 Glencoe students from all grades are invited to the NW Youth Careers Expo to learn about multiple careers and do mock interviews. Permission slips are in the counseling center. Chaperones are still needed. It is a day to literally try hundreds of career paths.

  • Why does volunteering matter? It changes the world. It changes the person. Finding places to volunteer before you’re 18 can be a challenge. Volunteer Fair over lunches in the commons on March 1st – find out what you can do as someone 14+ years old.


  • Tide Store will be open Wednesday’s - Friday’s during both lunches. So don't forget your new Tide gear for spirit week. Tuesday is GHS gear day and new items are available in S - 3XL. Store takes cash or debit. Prices start at $10.00.


Friday, February 17, 2017


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo; Feb 22 PSU Instaviking (Seniors Only – 3 spots left); Feb 22 Cosmetology Visit; Feb 23 Fire Department Chief Visit; Feb 27 Dental Career Day with a dentist and a hygienist. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


  • On Tuesday, March 14, 100 Glencoe students from all grades are invited to the NW Youth Careers Expo to learn about multiple careers and do mock interviews. Permission slips are in the counseling center. Chaperones are still needed. It is a day to literally try hundreds of career paths.


  • Attention GSA, Latinx Leadership and Racial Equity Clubs: there will be a joined-club meeting TODAY in Mr. Bizjak's room (212) immediately after school. Please attend.


  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. We have 7 spots left. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center.


  • Attention Softball Players!  There will be an informational parent/player Softball meeting next week on Thursday, February 23rd at 6:30pm in the Glencoe Library.  Please plan on attending with your parents.  For more information, please stop by the Athletic Office.


  • Tide Store will be open Wednesday’s - Friday’s during both lunches. So don't forget your new Tide gear for spirit week. Tuesday is GHS gear day and new items are available in S - 3XL. Store takes cash or debit. Prices start at $10.00.


  • This year’s musical “Lucky Stiff” opens next Friday (2/24) and runs for two weekends.  Get tickets online, in the office, or at the door.  Don’t miss dancing, singing, and a surprise ending when a shoe salesman takes a dead guy to Monte Carlo in order to inherit 6 million dollars.


Thursday, February 16, 2017


  • Seniors: This morning is the 2nd period senior meeting in the GHS Auditorium. For those who can’t attend, we will share the presentation with you via email.

  • Attention GSA, Latinx Leadership and Racial Equity Clubs: there will be a joined-club meeting this Friday, February 17, 2017, in Mr. Bizjak's room (212) immediately after school. Please attend.


  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. We have 7 spots left. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center.

  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Feb 16: Tomilyn Richards @11AM Career Paths 101 (overview of options) AND Sarah Gamel @1PM NICU Nurse; Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


  • Prom Tickets on sale soon! Pre sale starts 3/6 - 3/17  With ASB $45, Without $50. All fees must be paid before you can get your ticket.


  • Congratulations Unified Basketball on a great win yesterday against Century  HS.  Glencoe won 44-40 in overtime!  Way to go!


  • Attention Softball Players!  There will be an informational parent/player Softball meeting next week on Thursday, February 23rd at 6:30pm in the Glencoe Library.  Please plan on attending with your parents.  For more information, please stop by the Athletic Office.


  • Tide Store will be open Wednesday’s - Friday’s during both lunches. So don't forget your new Tide gear for spirit week. Tuesday is GHS gear day and new items are available in S - 3XL. Store takes cash or debit. Prices start at $10.00.


  • This year’s musical “Lucky Stiff” opens next Friday (2/24) and runs for two weekends.  Get tickets online, in the office, or at the door.  Don’t miss dancing, singing, and a surprise ending when a shoe salesman takes a dead guy to Monte Carlo in order to inherit 6 million dollars.

  • Congratulations to the Glencoe Theatre acting team.  The following students earned superior ratings at regional competition, qualifying them to compete at the International Thespian Festival in June:  Ally Giard, Ivy Arch, Connor Smigiel, Claire Murphy, Madison Grant, Kylie Gibson, Tommy Sepulveda, Chidube Egbo, Cora Havnar, Destery Epling, Emma Verney, Colleen Foster, Dani Gardner, Will Levings, Isaiah Awa, Gavin Corso, and Makaiao Thompson


  • Attention All Golfers!  There will be an informational Golf Meeting Today during both lunches in the commons.  Coaches will be here to answer questions about Glencoe Girls & Boys Golf and hand out important registration information.  If you are interested in playing Golf, please stop by and check it out!


Wednesday, February 15, 2017


  • No sparrow club meeting this week. We will see everyone next week when we have more information about volunteer opportunities.


  • The Semester 2 Attendance Challenge has begun!  


Seniors! If you have perfect attendance your name will be placed into a drawing every 2 weeks for a set of prom tickets!  You have to have had perfect attendance the prior 2 weeks.


9-11th graders!  If you have maintained 90% attendance or above, your name will be placed in a drawing for prizes every 2 weeks!  Prizes include movie tickets, Dutch Bros gift cards and much more!  

We are only looking at semester 2 attendance, so if your attendance has been less than 90% up until now, you have a fresh start to change it! Attendance is key to your success and your chances of winning!


  • Attention students who were planning to attend the equity training next Monday, February 20, at the Administration Center: the event is postponed and will be rescheduled for some time in April.


  • Golfers!  There will be an informational Golf Meeting on Tomorrow February 16th during both lunches in the commons.  Coaches will be here to answer questions about Glencoe Girls & Boys Golf  and hand out important registration information.  If you are interested in playing Golf, please stop by and check it out!


  • Attention GSA, Latinx Leadership and Racial Equity Clubs: there will be a joined-club meeting this Friday, February 17, 2017, in Mr. Bizjak's room (212) immediately after school. Please attend.


  • SENIORS - We're giving away 2 Dutch Bros Gift Cards! Turn in your All Night Grad Party Registration Forms BEFORE  Tomorrow Feb. 16th and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of two Dutch Bros Gift cards! Pick up your form in the main office or download it at glencoeparentclub.org.


  • Seniors: TODAY IS THE DAY FOR EARLY BIRD DEADLINE FOR THE OSAC! Feb 15th is the Early Bird deadline, March 1st @ 4:59PM is the final deadline. Do not delay! Go to oregonstudentaid.gov, and get it done! Helpful guides and videos are on the GHS weebly site at www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com You can do this! Note: transcripts must be uploaded with fall 2016 grades. If you get it done by the end of Wednesday, February 15, you can be put in a drawing for $500 scholarships, and you can have help if you made a mistake in your application. This is worth the time!

  • Seniors: This Thursday, February 16 during 2nd period is a senior meeting in the GHS Auditorium. For those who can’t attend, we will share the presentation with you.

  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center, and spots are going quickly.

  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Upcoming – Feb 14: Kevin Geary @11AM Department of Forestry; Feb 16: Tomilyn Richards @11AM Career Paths 101 (overview of options), Sarah Gamel @1PM NICU Nurse; Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


Tuesday, February 14, 2017


  • Future Travelers We are having one last recruitment/informational meeting this coming Wednesday, February 15th, at 6:30pm in room 165. If you are interested in this incredible opportunity to become a global citizen, please plan to attend. There are limited spots left for this European adventure to Switzerland, Italy, France and Spain, which is taking place Spring Break of 2018. Please come get all the information on this amazing opportunity. You can still sign up, it isn’t too late. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Burger in room 201 on A days on in 165 on B days


  • Seniors: The OSAC Scholarship application is due! Feb 15th is the Early Bird deadline, March 1st @ 4:59PM is the final deadline. Do not delay! Go to oregonstudentaid.gov, and get it done! Helpful guides and videos are on the GHS weebly site at www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com You can do this! Note: transcripts must be uploaded with fall 2016 grades. If you get it done by the end of Wednesday, February 15, you can be put in a drawing for $500 scholarships, and you can have help if you made a mistake in your application. This is worth the time!


  •  Seniors: This Thursday, February 16 during 2nd period is a senior meeting in the GHS Auditorium. For those who can’t attend, we will share the presentation with you.


  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center, and spots are going quickly.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Upcoming – Feb 14: Kevin Geary @11AM Department of Forestry; Feb 16: Tomilyn Richards @11AM Career Paths 101 (overview of options), Sarah Gamel @1PM NICU Nurse; Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


  • Attention GSA, Latinx Leadership and Racial Equity Clubs: there will be a joined-club meeting this Friday, February 17, 2017, in Mr. Bizjak's room (212) immediately after school. Please attend.

Monday, February 13, 2017

  • The Semester 2 Attendance Challenge has begun!  


Seniors! If you have perfect attendance your name will be placed into a drawing every 2 weeks for a set of prom tickets!  You have to have had perfect attendance the prior 2 weeks.


9-11th graders!  If you have maintained 90% attendance or above, your name will be placed in a drawing for prizes every 2 weeks!  Prizes include movie tickets, Dutch Bros gift cards and much more!  

We are only looking at semester 2 attendance, so if your attendance has been less than 90% up until now, you have a fresh start to change it! Attendance is key to your success and your chances of winning!


  • Future Travelers,  We are having one last recruitment/informational meeting this coming Wednesday, February 13th, at 6:30pm in room 165. If you are interested in this incredible opportunity to become a global citizen, please plan to attend. There are limited spots left for this European adventure to Switzerland, Italy, France and Spain, which is taking place Spring Break of 2018. Please come get all the information on this amazing opportunity. You can still sign up, it isn’t too late. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Burger in room 201 on A days on in 165 on B days


  • Congratulations Cheer!  Varsity cheer placed 5th at the OSAA State Championships this past weekend in the coed small division (just .8 of a point away from 4th). This is the first time since 2002 that Glencoe Cheer has placed at state! Way to go!


  • Attention students who were planning to attend the equity training next Monday, February 20, at the Administration Center: the event is postponed and will be rescheduled for some time in April.


  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center, and spots are going quickly.

  • Seniors: the OSAC is due by March 1st with early bird entries due by Feb 15th. This coming Monday, February 13 @10:15 AM, we are holding a scholarship workshop in the GHS library to help you. Do NOT miss out on these opportunities to help pay for your next step, regardless of your GPA. Sign up on the counseling website or swing into the counseling center.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Upcoming – Feb 14: Danny Chen @10AM Real Estate, Kevin Geary @11AM Department of Forestry, and Daniel Macine @2PM US Navy; Feb 16: Tomilyn Richards @11AM Career Paths 101 (overview of options), Sarah Gamel @1PM NICU Nurse; Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


  • Attention All Golfers!  There will be an informational Golf Meeting on Thursday, February 16th during both lunches in the commons.  Coaches will be here to answer questions about Glencoe Girls & Boys Golf and hand out important registration information.  If you are interested in playing Golf, please stop by and check it out!


  • Attention GSA, Latinx Leadership and Racial Equity Clubs: there will be a joined-club meeting this Friday, February 17, 2017, in Mr. Bizjak's room (212) immediately after school. Please attend.

  • SENIORS - We're giving away 2 Dutch Bros Gift Cards! Turn in your All Night Grad Party Registration Forms BEFORE Feb. 16th and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of two Dutch Bros Gift cards! Pick up your form in the main office or download it at glencoeparentclub.org.


Friday, February 10, 2017

  • Attention All Golfers!  There will be an informational Golf Meeting on Thursday, February 16th during both lunches in the commons.  Coaches will be here to answer questions about Glencoe Girls & Boys Golf and hand out important registration information.  If you are interested in playing Golf, please stop by and check it out!


  • SENIORS - We're giving away 2 Dutch Bros Gift Cards! Turn in your All Night Grad Party Registration Forms BEFORE Feb. 16th and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of two Dutch Bros Gift cards! Pick up your form in the main office or download it at glencoeparentclub.org.  DROP OFF COMPLETED FORMS ALONG WITH CASH OR CHECK TO MAIN OFFICE!


  • It’s time to register for Spring Sports!  If you are planning on participating in a Spring Sports, you will need to register online at www.familyid.com.  Please make sure you have an updated sports physical on file in the Athletic Office.


  • You still have time to get your Senior Ad in. The deadline has been extended to Feb. 28th.


  • The ACT is this Saturday, February 11th.  Check-in will begin at 7:30 AM.  You must have a printed admission ticket with a clear photo and valid ID with you to take the test. Leave your cell phone in your car.


  • Are you interested in running for ASB or Class Cabinet next year? Come to the leadership room in the UTC (Under the Cafeteria) during lunch this Friday to learn more.


  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center, and spots are going quickly.


  • Are you interested in business as a career field? This summer there are camps through the University of Portland, University of Oregon, and Oregon State University where you can build your skills and build your resume through Young Entrepreneurs Business Week.  More information is at yebw.org.  Scholarships are available. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: this is good stuff.


  • Final deadline is this Friday 2/10 for bilingual seniors who might want to go into education. Apply for the WOU Scholars – if accepted, almost all of your undergraduate degree would be covered and could be the stepping stone to teaching or to other careers. Swing into the counseling center and let us know if you’d like more information!


  • Seniors: the OSAC is due by March 1st with early bird entries due by Feb 15th. This coming Monday, February 13 @10:15 AM, we are holding a scholarship workshop in the GHS library to help you. Do NOT miss out on these opportunities to help pay for your next step, regardless of your GPA. Sign up on the counseling website or swing into the counseling center.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Upcoming – Feb 14: Danny Chen @10AM Real Estate, Kevin Geary @11AM Department of Forestry, and Daniel Macine @2PM US Navy; Feb 16: Tomilyn Richards @11AM Career Paths 101 (overview of options), Sarah Gamel @1PM NICU Nurse; Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo. Sign up @glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


Thursday, February 9, 2017

  • You still have time to get your Senior Ad in. The deadline has been extended to Feb. 28th.


  • The ACT is this Saturday, February 11th.  Check-in will begin at 7:30 AM.  You must have a printed admission ticket with a clear photo and valid ID with you to take the test. Leave your cell phone in your car.


  • Are you interested in running for ASB or Class Cabinet next year? Come to the leadership room in the UTC (Under the Cafeteria) during lunch this Friday to learn more.


  • On March 10, we are taking 45 students to Portland State University as part of our spring Social Justice Tour. Our Racial Equity, GSA, and Latino Leadership clubs invite all students, all grades to sign up. Permission slips are in the counseling center, and spots are going quickly.


  • Are you interested in business as a career field? This summer there are camps through the University of Portland, University of Oregon, and Oregon State University where you can build your skills and build your resume through Young Entrepreneurs Business Week.  More information is at yebw.org. Scholarships are available. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors: this is good stuff.


  • Final deadline is this Friday 2/10 for bilingual seniors who might want to go into education. Apply for the WOU Scholars – if accepted, almost all of your undergraduate degree would be covered and could be the stepping stone to teaching or to other careers. Swing into the counseling center and let us know if you’d like more information!


  • Seniors: the OSAC is due by March 1st with early bird entries due by Feb 15th. This coming Monday, February 13 @10:15 AM, we are holding a scholarship workshop in the GHS library to help you. Do NOT miss out on these opportunities to help pay for your next step, regardless of your GPA. Sign up on the counseling website or swing into the counseling center.


  • All students, all grades are invited for career visits in the counseling center. Professionals from the community are visiting to talk with you about their career. Upcoming – Feb 14: Danny Chen @10AM Real Estate, Kevin Geary @11AM Department of Forestry, and Daniel Macine @2PM US Navy; Feb 16: Tomilyn Richards @11AM Career Paths 101 (overview of options), Sarah Gamel @1PM NICU Nurse; Feb 17: Hung Choi @11AM Entrepreneur/TaeKwonDo. Sign up at glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center and talk with Mrs. Pate. Seniors can use these visits for job shadow requirements or toward their senior projects.


Wednesday, February 8, 2017

  • The Semester 2 Attendance Challenge has begun!


Seniors! If you have perfect attendance your name will be placed into a drawing every 2 weeks for a set of prom tickets!  You have to have had perfect attendance the prior 2 weeks.


9-11th graders! If you have maintained 90% attendance or above, your name will be placed in a drawing for prizes every 2 weeks!  Prizes include movie tickets, Dutch Bros gift cards and much more!  We are only looking at semester 2 attendance, so if your attendance has been less than 90% up until now, you have a fresh start to change it! Attendance is key to your success and your chances of winning!


  • You still have time to get your Senior Ad in. The deadline has been extended to Feb. 28th.


  • Congratulations to Trevor Bunch and Sevanna Wiren for qualifying for the State High School Bowling competition. All Stars Championship to be held in Klamath Falls on March 11 & 12.


  • The ACT is this Saturday, February 11th.  Check-in will begin at 7:30 AM.  You must have a printed admission ticket with a clear photo and valid ID with you to take the test. Leave your cell phone in your car.


  • Attention All Golfers!  There will be an informational Golf Meeting on Thursday, February 16th during both lunches in the commons.  Coaches will be here to answer questions about Glencoe Girls & Boys Golf and hand out important registration information.  If you are interested in playing Golf, please stop by and check it out!


  • SENIORS - We're giving away 2 Dutch Bros Gift Cards! Turn in your All Night Grad Party Registration Forms BEFORE Feb. 16th and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of two Dutch Bros Gift cards! Pick up your form in the main office or download it at glencoeparentclub.org.  DROP OFF COMPLETED FORMS ALONG WITH CASH OR CHECK TO MAIN OFFICE!


  • It’s time to register for Spring Sports!  If you are planning on participating in a Spring Sports, you will need to register online at www.familyid.com.  Please make sure you have an updated sports physical on file in the Athletic Office.


  • GSA members: there will be a member from the NAACP visiting Glencoe this Friday after school in Ms. Reiter's room. Please attend!


  • Attention GSA and Racial Equity Club members: we will be having a shared meeting, next Friday, February 17, 2017, after school in room 212.

  • Attention GSA and Racial Equity Club members: if you would be interested in attending or learning more about the Equity Town Hall discussion on Monday, February 20 (there is no school that day), please see Mr. Bizjak, Vice Principal Cox, or Ms. Reiter for information. Transportation and food will be provided by the district.


  • We only have 24 permission slips in for 50 spots for the Linfield College visit this Friday 2/10. We are extending the deadline to Wednesday February 8. All students, all grades are invited to visit a small, private, liberal arts college. Great opportunity – don’t miss out!  


  • Do you think you might want to go into the counseling field after college? Do you need to fulfill a job shadow requirement? Glencoe is hosting a career day in counseling on February 8 @ 11 AM in the library. Sign up through the counseling center or go directly to the Chamber of Commerce webpage. On our campus, no need to travel.


  • Very excited about our career visits starting mid-February!  All students, all grades are invited to talk with professionals from our community about their career paths. Local professionals from Fire Departments, Department of Forestry, Cosmtology, Real Estate, Early childhood, and the US Navy are coming in throughout February. Sign up through the counseling center.


  • Are you interested in business as a career field?  This summer there are camps through the University of Portland, University of Oregon, and Oregon State University where you can build your skills and build your resume through Young Entrepreneurs Business Week.  All students, all grades are invited to learn more this coming Tuesday 2/7 @10:30 AM in the GHS Library. Sign up in the counseling center. More information is at yebw.org


  • Bilingual seniors who might want to go into education are invited to apply for Western Oregon University Scholars – if accepted, almost all of your undergraduate degree would be covered and could be the stepping stone to teaching or to other careers. Applications have been extended to Feb 10 with an optional workshop this Friday if you need help filling out the application. Swing into the counseling center and let us know if you’d like more information!


  • A big CONGRATULATIONS goes out to our Glencoe Cheer Team.  They took 2nd Place at the Oregon Elite Competition in Salem over the weekend.  


  • Congratulations to our Glencoe Dance Team!  They placed FIRST at the JA Eval show this weekend and have the highest score in their division in the WHOLE STATE! Way to go, Girls!


Tuesday, February 7, 2017

  • GSA members: there will be a member from the NAACP visiting Glencoe this Friday after school in Ms. Reiter's room. Please attend!


  • Attention GSA and Racial Equity Club members: we will be having a shared meeting, next Friday, February 17, 2017, afterschool in room 212.

  • Attention GSA and Racial Equity Club members: if you would be interested in attending or learning more about the Equity Town Hall discussion on Monday, February 20 (there is no school that day), please see Mr. Bizjak, Vice Principal Cox, or Ms. Reiter for information. Transportation and food will be provided by the district.


  • We only have 24 permission slips in for 50 spots for the Linfield College visit this Friday 2/10. We are extending the deadline to Wednesday February 8. All students, all grades are invited to visit a small, private, liberal arts college. Great opportunity – don’t miss out!  


  • Do you think you might want to go into the counseling field after college? Do you need to fulfill a job shadow requirement? Glencoe is hosting a career day in counseling on February 8 @ 11 AM in the library. Sign up through the counseling center or go directly to the Chamber of Commerce webpage. On our campus, no need to travel.


  • Very excited about our career visits starting mid-February! All students, all grades are invited to talk with professionals from our community about their career paths. Local professionals from Fire Departments, Department of Forestry, Cosmtology, Real Estate, Early childhood, and the US Navy are coming in throughout February. Sign up through the counseling center.


  • Are you interested in business as a career field? This summer there are camps through the University of Portland, University of Oregon, and Oregon State University where you can build your skills and build your resume through Young Entrepreneurs Business Week.  All students, all grades are invited to learn more this coming Tuesday 2/7 @10:30 AM in the GHS Library. Sign up in the counseling center. More information is at yebw.org.


  • Bilingual seniors who might want to go into education are invited to apply for Western Oregon University Scholars – if accepted, almost all of your undergraduate degree would be covered and could be the stepping stone to teaching or to other careers. Applications have been extended to Feb 10 with an optional workshop this Friday if you need help filling out the application. Swing into the counseling center and let us know if you’d like more information!


  • A big CONGRATULATIONS goes out to our Glencoe Cheer Team.  They took 2nd Place at the Oregon Elite Competition in Salem over the weekend.  Great Job!  


  • Congratulations to our Glencoe Dance Team!  They placed FIRST at the JA Eval show this weekend and have the highest score in their division in the WHOLE STATE! Way to go, Girls!

Monday, February 6, 2017

  • Attention All Golfers! - There will be an informational Golf Meeting on Thursday, February 16 th during both lunches in the commons. Coaches will be here to answer questions about Glencoe Girls & Boys Golf and hand out important registration information. If you are interested in playing Golf, please stop by and check it out!

  • SENIORS - We're giving away 2 Dutch Bros Gift Cards! Turn in your All Night Grad Party Registration Forms BEFORE Feb. 16th and you'll be entered into a drawing for one of two Dutch Bros Gift cards!  Pick up your form in the main office or download it at glencoeparentclub.org. DROP OFF COMPLETED FORMS ALONG WITH CASH OR CHECK TO MAIN OFFICE!

  • It's time to register for Spring Sports! If you are planning on participating in a Spring Sports, you will need to register online at www.familyid.com. Please make sure you have an updated sports physical on file in the Athletic Office.