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Daily Announcements

Friday, March 24, 2017

  • Hello Glencoe Families!  Register for our Paint Nite Fundraising Event to support the Class of 2017 All Night Grad Party!  Join us April 18th for a fun gathering with friends at a local winery to create your very own masterpiece!  Sign up here: https://www.paintnite.com/events/_1173614


  • Seniors: The first local scholarship are due beginning the Monday we return from spring break: they include: Health Sciences, Agriculture, Elementary Education, Cornelius residents. You can do this! 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. Apply over spring break – what a great use of time!

  • Fieldtrips: Black Student Success Summit on Saturday, April 15 @ PSU. PCC Rock Creek for 100 seniors, Thursday, April 20. Cosmetology Fieldtrip to Mt Hood Community College and NW Beauty College on Thursday, April 27. Permission slips in the counseling center.


Thursday, March 23, 2017

  • Hello Glencoe Families!  Register for our Paint Nite Fundraising Event to support the Class of 2017 All Night Grad Party!  Join us April 18th for a fun gathering with friends at a local winery to create your very own masterpiece!  Sign up here: https://www.paintnite.com/events/_1173614


  • The Hops are coming today to talk about summer job opportunities. 3/23 @1PM. You can swing by the counseling center to sign up or go to www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Want to be an airplane or helicopter pilot? Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ 11am


  • Want to work with the Hops this summer? Hillsboro Hops Summer Jobs presentation March 23 @ 1PM


  • Want to do something different after high school? Wayfinding Academy March 24th @10:30AM.  Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com   

  • Seniors: The first local scholarship are due beginning the Monday we return from spring break: they include: Health Sciences, Agriculture, Elementary Education, Cornelius residents. You can do this! 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. Apply over spring break – what a great use of time!

  • Fieldtrips: Black Student Success Summit on Saturday, April 15 @ PSU. PCC Rock Creek for 100 seniors, Thursday, April 20. Cosmetology Fieldtrip to Mt Hood Community College and NW Beauty College on Thursday, April 27. Permission slips in the counseling center.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

  • A BIG Congratulations to Glencoe’s Dance Team.  They took 2nd Place at the OSAA State Dance Competition on Saturday.  Way to Go!


  • Congratulations to Jasmine Jones for winning the prom ticking attendance challenge for the last two weeks!  Congratulations are also in store for Alexis Gray for winning the 9-11th grade attendance challenge!  Both of you should come to the Assistant Principal’s office to claim your prize!


  • Congratulations to the boys lacrosse team on a big win over West Salem last night. Their next game is tomorrow night at Hillsboro Stadium against Grant. Come out and support your team at 7:30pm!


  • Congratulations Boys Tennis!  A 7-1 Preseason victory for the crimson tide Boys Tennis team against Century yesterday improves their record to 2-0. Big performances by our #1 and #2 singles players, Zachary Jarvis and Samuel Gerber set the tone early with their blistering straight-set wins. Our #1 and #2 doubles teams Joshua Roesler & Ashwin Datta, Matthew Hancock & Nicholas Nelson had a dominating performance by allowing only 2 games between the two teams to their straight-set victories. Still preseason, but the tide is rolling up some wins, let's keep it going! Roll Tide!


  • Hello Glencoe Families!  Register for our Paint Nite Event Fundraiser and support the Class of 2017 All Night Grad Party!  Join us April 18th and learn to paint a picture while supporting our Seniors.Check your school email to find out how to sign up!


  • Attention all students who wish to be a veteran escort:  Friday, April 28 Glencoe will be hosting our annual Veterans Remembrance Day program. Escort deadline has been extended to Friday.  If you have any questions see Mr. Meeuwsen in the library computer lab.

 

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

  • Be an Outdoor School counselor this spring at the beach or in the forest - act quickly to get signed up, Outdoor School has begun and runs through June 2nd!   There will be a training  for new Outdoor School counselors at Banks High School on Tuesday, March 21st, from 6:00 PM – 9:15 PM, that Glencoe sophomores and seniors are welcome to attend.   For sign-up cards, visit the Counseling Office.  Visit www.nwoutdoorschool.org for info.   If you can't make it to the training, call 503-614-1403.


  • A BIG Congratulations to Glencoe’s Dance Team.  The took 2nd Place at the OSAA State Dance Competition on Saturday.  Way to Go!  


  • The Wayfinding Academy is a brand new, 2-year college, in Portland, OR, handcrafting education for each individual. Their visit has been rescheduled to this Friday 3/24 @10:30 AM in the counseling center. https://wayfindingacademy.org/  Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • Career Visits before spring break:  US Air Force March 20th@ 1:30pm; National Guard March 22nd @ 10am; Facebook Production Engineer March 22nd @12:30 PM; Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ 11am; Wayfinding Academy March 24th @10:30AM Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • 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. Apply over spring break – what a great use of time!


  • All students are invited to the Black Student Success Summit on Saturday, April 15 @ PSU. Students who identify as Black, African-American, or African and Allies are invited. Historically Black Colleges & Universities will be on site, along with multiple speakers and opportunities that inspire hope, strategies, and new ideas. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 fieldtrip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • 9-12: 4/27 Cosmetology field trip. 30 spots available. Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and the NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • Attention all students who wish to be a veteran escort:  Friday, April 28 Glencoe will be hosting our annual Veterans Remembrance Day program.  Students who wish to be a veteran escort must apply. Applications can be found in the media center and are due Wednesday, March 22.  Students will be selected who have good attendance, behavior history, and provide a good explanation why they wish to be an escort.  If you have any questions see Mr. Meeuwsen in the library computer lab.


Monday, March 20, 2017

  • Be an Outdoor School counselor this spring at the beach or in the forest - act quickly to get signed up, Outdoor School has begun and runs through June 2nd!   There will be a training  for new Outdoor School counselors at Banks High School on Tuesday, March 21st, from 6:00 PM – 9:15 PM, that Glencoe sophomores and seniors are welcome to attend.   For sign-up cards, visit the Counseling Office.  Visit www.nwoutdoorschool.org for info.   If you can't make it to the training, call 503-614-1403.


  • A BIG Congratulations to Glencoe’s Dance Team.  The took 2nd Place at the OSAA State Dance Competition on Saturday.  Way to Go!  


  • The Wayfinding Academy is a brand new, 2-year college, in Portland, OR, handcrafting education for each individual. Their visit has been rescheduled to this Friday 3/24 @10:30 AM in the counseling center. https://wayfindingacademy.org/ Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • Career Visits before spring break:  US Air Force March 20th@ 1:30pm; National Guard March 22nd @ 10am; Facebook Production Engineer March 22nd @12:30 PM; Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ 11am; Wayfinding Academy March 24th @10:30AM Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • 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. Apply over spring break – what a great use of time!


  • All students are invited to the Black Student Success Summit on Saturday, April 15 @ PSU. Students who identify as Black, African-American, or African and Allies are invited. Historically Black Colleges & Universities will be on site, along with multiple speakers and opportunities that inspire hope, strategies, and new ideas. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 fieldtrip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • 9-12: 4/27 Cosmetology field trip. 30 spots available. Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and the NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • Attention all students who wish to be a veteran escort:  Friday, April 28 Glencoe will be hosting our annual Veterans Remembrance Day program.  Students who wish to be a veteran escort must apply. Applications can be found in the media center and are due Wednesday, March 22.  Students will be selected who have good attendance, behavior history, and provide a good explanation why they wish to be an escort.  If you have any questions see Mr. Meeuwsen in the library computer lab.


Friday, March 17, 2017

  • Seniors! Jostens will be here Tuesday at lunch. Come get your gear. If you haven't placed an order yet you still have time.

  

  • All students are invited to the Black Student Success Summit on Saturday, April 15 @ PSU. Students who identify as Black, African-American, or African and Allies are invited. Historically Black Colleges & Universities will be on site, along with multiple speakers and opportunities that inspire hope, strategies, and new ideas. Permission slips in the counseling center.

  • Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 fieldtrip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • Students: Deadline for Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters to “run a business” Today. Packets are available through Focus Program or CCP teachers and in the counseling center.


  • Juniors: Deadline is extended through the week-end for the ACT Preparation Course. We have enough students for the class to run, but we want to give as many families a chance to sign up as possible. Monday 3/20 is the first evening of the course so it will be the final deadline. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. 6PM-8:30PM on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register www.gettheedgeprep.com  Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.


  • GHS Softball Bingo Fundraiser - Join us for an evening of good food and fun playing Bingo to support your Glencoe Tide Softball Team! A packet of bingo cards is only $10 for adults and $5 for students/kids for the evening.  Join us tomorrow, Saturday, March 18th at 6pm in the Glencoe Gym. Roll Tide!


  • Attention all students who wish to be a veteran escort:  Friday, April 28 Glencoe will be hosting our annual Veterans Remembrance Day program.  Students who wish to be a veteran escort must apply. Applications can be found in the media center and are due Wednesday, March 22.  Students will be selected who have good attendance, behavior history, and provide a good explanation why they wish to be an escort.  If you have any questions see Mr. Meeuwsen in the library computer lab.


Thursday, March 16, 2017

  • Congratulations to the boys lacrosse team on their 19-10 win over Westview on Monday. Their next big game is at home Tonight against Sunset. Come out at 7:30pm and support your team!


  •  Looking for a different pathway after high school? The Wayfinding Academy might be the place for you. Wayfinding Academy is a brand new, 2-year college, in Portland, OR, handcrafting education for each individual. On 3/17 @ 1PM we will be learning more in the counseling center. https://wayfindingacademy.org/ Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Career Visits before spring break:  Karen Hill- Performing Arts & Theater March 17th @ 1:00pm; US Air Force March 20th@ 1:30pm; National Guard March 22nd @ 10am; Facebook Production Engineer March 22nd @12:30 PM; Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ TBA (possibly 11am) Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Juniors: Deadline is this Friday 3/17 for the ACT Preparation Course. We need at least 20 students to make it run. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. 6PM-8:30PM on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register www.gettheedgeprep.com.  Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • Students: Deadline for Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters to “run a business” is this Friday 3/17/17. Packets are available through Focus Program or CCP teachers and in the counseling center.

  • All students are invited to the Black Student Success Summit on Saturday, April 15 @ PSU. Students who identify as Black, African-American, or African and Allies are invited. Historically Black Colleges & Universities will be on site, along with multiple speakers and opportunities that inspire hope, strategies, and new ideas. Permission slips in the counseling center.

  • Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 field trip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.

  • 9-12: 4/27 Cosmetology fieldtrip. 30 spots available. Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and the NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup. Permission slips in the counseling center


  • Want to be on technical crew for Theatre Spotlight?  Sign-ups are at 3:45 today in the choir room.  No experience is required.  


  • Attention all students who wish to be a veteran escort:  Friday, April 28 Glencoe will be hosting our annual Veterans Remembrance Day program.  Students who wish to be a veteran escort must apply. Applications can be found in the media center and are due Wednesday, March 22.  Students will be selected who have good attendance, behavior history, and provide a good explanation why they wish to be an escort.  If you have any questions see Mr. Meeuwsen in the library computer lab.


Wednesday, March 15, 2017

  • Want to be on technical crew for Theatre Spotlight?  Sign-ups are at 3:45 on Thursday in the choir room.  No experience is required


  • Congratulations to the boys lacrosse team on their 19-10 win over Westview on Monday. Their next big game is at home on Thursday night against Sunset. Come out at 7:30pm and support your team!


  • Attention all students who wish to be a veteran escort:  Friday, April 28 Glencoe will be hosting our annual Veterans Remembrance Day program.  Students who wish to be a veteran escort must apply.  Applications can be found in the media center and are due Wednesday, March 22.  Students will be selected who have good attendance, behavior history, and provide a good explanation why they wish to be an escort.  If you have any questions see Mr. Meeuwsen in the library computer lab.


  • Are you interested in a path after high school that looks different?  The Wayfinding Academy might be the place for you. Wayfinding Academy is a brand new, 2-year college, in Portland, OR, handcrafting education for each individual. You'll navigate the 9 core classes, internships, and 2-year experience with the aid of the Wayfinding community and your own personal mentor, who will help you to achieve your goals and find your next steps. On 3/17 @ 1PM we will be learning more in the counseling center. Learn more: https://wayfindingacademy.org/ Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • Career Visits before spring break:  Bella Institute of Cosmetology March 15th @ 2pm; Karen Hill- Performing Arts & Theater March 17th @ 1:00pm; US Air Force March 20th@ 1:30pm; National Guard March 22nd @ 10am; Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ TBA (possibly 11am) Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Juniors: Reminder Sign up for the June 2017 using your waiver. In addition, ACT Preparation course available. Sign up by 3/17. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. 6PM-8:30PM on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • Students: Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters are welcome to apply to participate in the Hillsboro Tuesday Market, Farmer’s Market, and Aloha Community Farmers’ Market. Final application packets are due by 3/17/17. They are available in the counseling center and include ideas if students are struggling to come up with what they could sell.


  •  Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 fieldtrip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • All students are invited for the 4/27 Cosmetology field trip. 30 spots available. We’ll go to both Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and will end the day at NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup. Permission slips in the counseling center.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

  • JV and Frosh Baseball games have been canceled today!  The Varsity Baseball game vs. Rex Putnam at Glencoe is still pending.   


  • It's the last day to AUDITIONS for Theatre Spotlight after school in the auditorium.  No experience is required.  MANY parts are available for these student-directed short plays.  All students are encouraged to audition.  More info can be found on the bulletin boards near the auditorium.


  • Are you interested in a path after high school that looks different? The Wayfinding Academy might be the place for you. Wayfinding Academy is a brand new, 2-year college, in Portland, OR, handcrafting education for each individual. You'll navigate the 9 core classes, internships, and 2-year experience with the aid of the Wayfinding community and your own personal mentor, who will help you to achieve your goals and find your next steps. On 3/17 @ 1PM we will be learning more in the counseling center. Learn more: https://wayfindingacademy.org/ Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • Career Visits before spring break:  Bella Institute of Cosmetology March 15th @ 2pm; Karen Hill- Performing Arts & Theater March 17th @ 1:00pm; US Air Force March 20th@ 1:30pm; National Guard March 22nd @ 10am; Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ TBA (possibly 11am) Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Juniors: Reminder Sign up for the June 2017 using your waiver. In addition, ACT Preparation course available. Sign up by 3/17. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. 6PM-8:30PM on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • Students: Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters are welcome to apply to participate in the Hillsboro Tuesday Market, Farmer’s Market, and Aloha Community Farmers’ Market. Final application packets are due by 3/17/17. They are available in the counseling center and include ideas if students are struggling to come up with what they could sell.


  •  Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 fieldtrip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • All students are invited for the 4/27 Cosmetology fieldtrip. 30 spots available. We’ll go to both Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and will end the day at NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup. Permission slips in the counseling center.


Monday, March 13, 2017

  • Congratulations to the Shockwave Robotics Team for a strong finish at the Wilsonville tournament this weekend.  Shockwave made it to the semifinals and won the Innovation in Control Award for their computer vision targeting system.  The Glencoe community can watch our next tournament the first weekend of spring break at Oregon City, so come join in the fun!


  • AUDITIONS !!! for Theatre Spotlight are today and tomorrow after school in the auditorium.  Come one or both days.  No experience is required.  MANY parts are available for these student-directed short plays.  All students are encouraged to audition.  More info can be found on the bulletin boards near the auditorium.


  • Are you interested in a path after high school that looks different? The Wayfinding Academy might be the place for you. Wayfinding Academy is a brand new, 2-year college, in Portland, OR, handcrafting education for each individual. You'll navigate the 9 core classes, internships, and 2-year experience with the aid of the Wayfinding community and your own personal mentor, who will help you to achieve your goals and find your next steps. On 3/17 @ 1PM we will be learning more in the counseling center. Learn more: https://wayfindingacademy.org/ Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • Career Visits before spring break:  Bella Institute of Cosmetology March 15th @ 2pm; Karen Hill- Performing Arts & Theater March 17th @ 1:00pm; US Air Force March 20th@ 1:30pm; National Guard March 22nd @ 10am; Hillsboro Aero Academy March 23rd @ TBA (possibly 11am) Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Juniors: Reminder Sign up for the June 2017 using your waiver. In addition, ACT Preparation course available. Sign up by 3/17. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. 6PM-8:30PM on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • Students: Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters are welcome to apply to participate in the Hillsboro Tuesday Market, Farmer’s Market, and Aloha Community Farmers’ Market. Final application packets are due by 3/17/17. They are available in the counseling center and include ideas if students are struggling to come up with what they could sell.


  •  Seniors: we have 100 spots for the 4/20 fieldtrip to PCC Rock Creek. You can learn about programs & apply to PCC. Lunch provided. Permission slips in the counseling center.


  • All students are invited for the 4/27 Cosmetology fieldtrip. 30 spots available. We’ll go to both Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and will end the day at NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup. Permission slips in the counseling center.

 

Friday, March 10, 2017

  • The SAT is tomorrow. You must have a printed admission ticket with a clear photo and valid ID. Check-in starts at 7:30 AM.


  • Save the Date: on 4/27 the GHS Cosmetology Club is hosting a special college tour. We’ll go to both Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and will end the day at NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup.


  • Juniors: Reminder that you are getting a waiver to take the ACT for free in June 2017. In addition, ACT Preparation course available for the spring ACT. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings in the GHS Library with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. Sessions run from 6PM-8:30PM. The class includes two manuals and direct instruction. Classes will be on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.


  • AUDITIONS !!! for Theatre Spotlight are Monday and Tuesday after school in the auditorium.  Come one or both days.  No experience is required.  MANY parts are available for these student-directed short plays.  All students are encouraged to audition.  More info can be found on the bulletin boards near the auditorium.

 

Thursday, March 9, 2017

  • Save the Date: on 4/27 the GHS Cosmetology Club is hosting a special college tour. We’ll go to both Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and will end the day at NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup.


  • The SAT is this Saturday, March 11th. You must have a printed admission ticket with a clear photo and valid ID. Check-in starts at 7:30 AM.


  • Career Visits this week: Today US Army will talk with students interested in careers in the US Army, ROTC, and/or just have general questions. Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Juniors: Reminder that you are getting a waiver to take the ACT for free in June 2017. In addition, ACT Preparation course available for the spring ACT. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings in the GHS Library with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. Sessions run from 6PM-8:30PM. The class includes two manuals and direct instruction. Classes will be on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • AUDITIONS !!! for Theatre Spotlight are Monday and Tuesday after school in the auditorium.  Come one or both days.  No experience is required.  MANY parts are available for these student-directed short plays.  All students are encouraged to audition.  More info can be found on the bulletin boards near the auditorium.  


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

  • AUDITIONS !!! for Theatre Spotlight are Monday and Tuesday after school in the auditorium.  Come one or both days.  No experience is required.  MANY parts are available for these student-directed short plays.  All students are encouraged to audition.  More info can be found on the bulletin boards near the auditorium.  


  • The SAT is this Saturday, March 11th. You must have a printed admission ticket with a clear photo and valid ID. Check-in starts at 7:30 AM.


  • Career Visits this week: 3/9 the US Army will talk with students interested in careers in the US Army, ROTC, and/or just have general questions. Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Juniors: Reminder that you are getting a waiver to take the ACT for free in June 2017. In addition, ACT Preparation course available for the spring ACT. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings in the GHS Library with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. Sessions run from 6PM-8:30PM. The class includes two manuals and direct instruction. Classes will be on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • Students: Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters are welcome to apply to participate in the Hillsboro Tuesday Market, Farmer’s Market, and Aloha Community Farmers’ Market. This is for students who have an interest in owning their own business and is open to any student. This could lead to immediate wealth, but it could also lead to significant scholarships. Great opportunity. Information meeting tonight, Wednesday 3/8 from 4-5PM @ Hillsboro Chamber, 5193 NE Elam Young Parkway, Suite A, Hillsboro 97124. Final application packets are due by 3/17/17. They are available in the counseling center and include ideas if students are struggling to come up with what they could sell.

  • Save the Date: on 4/27 the GHS Cosmetology Club is hosting a special college tour. We’ll go to both Mt Hood Community College to visit a public program the Oregon Promise can fund and will end the day at NW Beauty College and meet students from a private program. Great opportunity for any students interested in a possible career in hair, nails, and/or makeup.


Tuesday, March 7, 2017

  • Summer internships: ASE Saturday Academy Internships and the Univ. of Portland invite HS students to apply! Applications are due 3/10. https://www.saturdayacademy.org/internships

  • Today is the day for permission slips for the Career Expo - 9-12 GHS students are invited to go to the Portland Convention Center on Tuesday, March 14, which is an A day – hundreds of careers, hands-on, mock interviews. Seniors: you could use this for a job shadow or senior projects.

  • Career Visits this week: 3/7 Detective Reyes will talk with students interested in Law Enforcement and 3/9 the US Army will talk with students interested in careers in the US Army, ROTC, and/or just have general questions. Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Seniors: if you started your OSAC scholarship application but didn’t finish by 5 PM on 3/1, there is an appeal process in your student portal. Go ahead and appeal and get it turned in within 48 hours of receiving the confirmation email from them. Swing in to see Mrs. Fields if you need help.

  • Juniors: Reminder that you are getting a waiver to take the ACT for free in June 2017. In addition, ACT Preparation course available for the spring ACT. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings in the GHS Library with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. Sessions run from 6PM-8:30PM. The class includes two manuals and direct instruction. Classes will be on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.


  • Students: Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Craftmasters are welcome to apply to participate in the Hillsboro Tuesday Market, Farmer’s Market, and Aloha Community Farmers’ Market. This is for students who have an interest in owning their own business and is open to any student. This could lead to immediate wealth, but it could also lead to significant scholarships. Great opportunity. Information meeting this Wednesday 3/8 from 4-5PM @ Hillsboro Chamber, 5193 NE Elam Young Parkway, Suite A, Hillsboro 97124. Final application packets are due by 3/17/17. They are available in the counseling center and include ideas if students are struggling to come up with what they could sell.


  • Over both lunches today ALL students and staff are invited to swing into the library. We have a special group of students who will be training you in CPR Pulsepoint. After the 5-10 minute experience, you will receive a pin for participating, and you will be helping out these students a bunch by showing up. Both lunches, all students and staff invited, and get a pin for participating!

Monday, March 6, 2017

  • Tuesday, March 7 is the final permission slip deadline for the Youth Careers Expo!  All GHS 9-12 students are invited to go to the Portland Convention Center on Tuesday, March 14, which is an A day – hundreds of careers, hands-on, mock interviews. Seniors: you could use this for a job shadow or senior projects. Permission slips are in the counseling center.

  • Career Visits this week: 3/7 Detective Reyes will talk with students interested in Law Enforcement and 3/9 the US Army will talk with students interested in careers in the US Army, ROTC, and/or just have general questions. Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Seniors: if you started your OSAC scholarship application but didn’t finish by 5 PM on 3/1, there is an appeal process in your student portal. Go ahead and appeal and get it turned in within 48 hours of receiving the confirmation email from them. Swing in to see Mrs. Fields if you need help.

  • Juniors: Reminder that you are getting a waiver to take the ACT for free in June 2017. In addition, ACT Preparation course available for the spring ACT. 10 hours of preparation over 4 evenings in the GHS Library with Glencoe Math/Language Arts teachers. Sessions run from 6PM-8:30PM. The class includes two manuals and direct instruction. Classes will be on 3/20, 3/22, 4/3, and 4/5 – two sessions before spring break and two sessions after. Register by March 17 @ www.gettheedgeprep.com Scholarships are available. Please see Mrs. Fields in the Counseling Center.

  • Juniors and Seniors: The $1000 writing scholarship is due by the end of today that answers: “How would you solve the public health crisis of gun violence?” Submissions should be emailed to: peacecontest@oregonpsr.org  Original essays, narratives, or poems are acceptable.


Friday, March 3, 2017

  • Don’t miss out on the last weekend of Glencoe’s hilarious musical, “Lucky Stiff.”  Shows are tonight and Saturday at 7:30. Don’t miss it!


  • Students are needed for one hour right after school today to help set up rooms for the Lego Robotics tournament.  If you can help please see Mr. Steiner outside the main office at 3:35.  Thank you!


  • Calling for Permission slips for the Youth Careers Expo!   We took 300 sophomores last year - We are taking only 100 this year – get your spot!! Extension for permission slips to Tuesday, March 7. All GHS 9-12 students are invited to go to the Portland Convention Center on Tuesday, March 14, which is an A day – hundreds of careers, hands-on, mock interviews. Seniors: you could use this for a job shadow or senior projects. Permission slips are in the counseling center.

  • Big career visits coming up! Next week Detective Reyes will talk with students interested in becoming a police officer and the US Army will talk with students interested in careers in the US Army, ROTC, and/or just have general questions. Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com

  • Seniors: if you started your OSAC scholarship application but didn’t finish by 5 PM on 3/1, there is an appeal process in your student portal. Go ahead and appeal and get it turned in! Swing in to see Mrs. Fields if you need help.


Thursday, March 2, 2017

  • Permission slips for the Career Expo are due!! 100 GHS 9-12 students will be going to the Portland Convention Center on March 14 for the Youth Careers Expo - want to be an EMT, an engineer, a welder, a construction foreman, a firefighter? The entire experience is hands-on with professionals from the area. Permission slips are in the counseling center.


  • Big career visits coming up! Today @2:15 we have a FBI Bomb Tech and next week Detective Reyes will talk with students interested in becoming a police officer and the US Army will talk with students interested in careers in the US Army, ROTC, and/or just have general questions. Sign up in the counseling center or go to the counseling website: www.glencoecounseling.weebly.com


  • Don’t miss out on the last weekend of Glencoe’s hilarious musical, “Lucky Stiff.”  Shows are tonight, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30. Don’t miss it!


  • Join Glencoe’s Team Shockwave as we celebrate the unveiling of our 2017 FIRST Robotics Steamworks competition robot.  The RoboExpo event displays large robots from Team Shockwave and other FIRST Robotics levels as well as robot technology from Intel, the Washington County Sheriff's Department, and many others.  A fundraising spaghetti dinner and silent auction add to the fun.  RoboExpo will be held in Glencoe's cafeteria  from 5:30-8:00pm this Thursday, March 2 with the ceremonial unveiling occurring at 6:00pm.


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

  • Don’t miss out on the last weekend of Glencoe’s hilarious musical, “Lucky Stiff.”  Shows are tomorrow, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30. Don’t miss it!


  • Glencoe Girls basketball will be playing at North Medford High School today at 6:00pm for the first round of the OSAA state playoffs.  Good Luck Girls!


  • Congratulations to Wrestlers Eric Munoz and Ian Stettler.  Eric took 3rd Place and Ian took 5th Place at the OSAA State Wrestling Tournament last weekend.  Way to Go, Wrestlers!


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


  • There is an FBI Bomb Technician coming this Thursday, March 2nd @ 2:15-3:15.  Come see Ms. Pate in the counseling center.  Seniors  if you are still looking for a job shadow this event would count.


  • Join Glencoe’s Team Shockwave as we celebrate the unveiling of our 2017 FIRST Robotics Steamworks competition robot.  The RoboExpo event displays large robots from Team Shockwave and other FIRST Robotics levels as well as robot technology from Intel, the Washington County Sheriff's Department, and many others.  A fundraising spaghetti dinner and silent auction add to the fun.  RoboExpo will be held in Glencoe's cafeteria  from 5:30-8:00pm this Thursday, March 2 with the ceremonial unveiling occurring at 6:00pm.


  • What a great day to learn about volunteering opportunities specific to high school students! Swing through the Volunteer Fair over lunches today in the commons.

  • Seniors: today at 5 PM is the final deadline for OSAC scholarships - Go to oregonstudentaid.gov and apply. All students are invited, regardless of GPA.

  • Seniors: today is the day to get help with PCC scholarships and for Future Connect. Today is the deadline for both scholarship opportunities. 1 PM Counseling Center – any senior is invited. Reminder: April 20 we are also taking 100 seniors to PCC Rock Creek for a tour. Swing into the counseling center.

  • 100 GHS 9-12 students will be going to the Portland Convention Center on March 14 for the Youth Careers Expo - want to be an EMT, an engineer, a welder, a construction foreman, a firefighter? The entire experience is hands-on with professionals from the area. Permission slips are in the counseling center.


Tuesday, February 28, 2017

  • Seniors: the final deadline for OSAC scholarships is March 1st. That’s tomorrow! Go to oregonstudentaid.gov and apply. All students are invited, regardless of GPA.

  • 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. Representatives from PCC will be @GHS to help!! Sign up at glencoecounseling.weebly.com or swing into the counseling center.

  • Want to be an EMT, an engineer, a welder, a construction foreman, a firefighter? 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. This entire experience is hands-on with professionals from the area. Permission slips are in the counseling center. Chaperones are still needed.

  • 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 tomorrow in the commons on March 1st – find out what you can do as someone 14+ years old.


  • There is an FBI Bomb Technician coming this Thursday, March 2nd @ 2:15-3:15. Come see Ms. Pate in the counseling center.  Seniors  if you are still looking for a job shadow this event would count.


  • AP students: remember to register for you AP exams by Tomorrow 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!


  • Join Glencoe’s Team Shockwave as we celebrate the unveiling of our 2017 FIRST Robotics Steamworks competition robot.  The RoboExpo event displays large robots from Team Shockwave and other FIRST Robotics levels as well as robot technology from Intel, the Washington County Sheriff's Department, and many others.  A fundraising spaghetti dinner and silent auction add to the fun.  RoboExpo will be held in Glencoe's cafeteria  from 5:30-8:00pm this Thursday, March 2 with the ceremonial unveiling occurring at 6:00pm.


Monday, February 27, 2017

  • Congratulations to our Glencoe Wrestlers, Erik Munoz and Ian Stettler!  Erik took 3rd Place and Ian took 5th Place in the OSAA State Wrestling Tournament over the weekend.  What an AWESOME accomplishment!

  • Spring Sports start today!  For all softball players,  tryouts will be held at the Hillsboro Stadium from 4-6pm today.  Please meet outside the locker room right after school to catch the bus to the stadium.  It will bring you back to Glencoe after practice is over.


  • If you are signed up for Girls Golf, please meet in Room 160 right after school.  Boys Golf will meet in Room 191.


  • 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: 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.


  • Join Glencoe’s Team Shockwave as we celebrate the unveiling of our 2017 FIRST Robotics Steamworks competition robot.  The RoboExpo event displays large robots from Team Shockwave and other FIRST Robotics levels as well as robot technology from Intel, the Washington County Sheriff's Department, and many others.  A fundraising spaghetti dinner and silent auction add to the fun.  RoboExpo will be held in Glencoe's cafeteria from 5:30-8:00 pm on March 2 with the ceremonial unveiling occurring at 6:00pm.


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.