Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Changing Lives Daily


The GPECHS student council coordinated with counselor Lenora Brown to promote their “Boo 2 Bullying” campaign.


Adams celebrates Anti-Bullying Month



GPHS College Readiness

Yesterday was a very busy day for the GPHS Counseling Department. We seized the opportunity to offer a multitude of services for our senior class:  
1.  Senior Chats, which allows us to communicate the student's status as they move towards graduation.
2.  +10 College Application Drive, which requires all seniors to complete the Apply Texas College Application for at least one school, pushing us toward our goal of 100% senior college applications.
3.  College Visit during 2nd period; Texas State University presented to our AVID students and any other interested seniors. The interest was so great that there was only standing room available for the presentation.




SGP POSiTive Reaction

SGP9 Warriors accept the challenge of starting a positive chain reaction.  Students were encouraged to post positive words of affirmations to others during lunch after creating their Chains of Kindness during SWAT to kick off Bullying Prevention Month. Throughout the month of October students and staff are asked to accept a weekly challenge of starting a chain reaction of kindness by doing things like writing affirmations, holding the door for others or picking up a piece a trash every day. We are proud of our Warriors.


Fannin Takes Bully-Free Pledge

Fannin Middle School students took the pledge "United We Stand Against Bullying” and earned a raffle ticket to be placed in a drawing last week for a prize to kick off Bullying Prevention Month.