IB Learner Profile trait for the month of April is: Reflective
They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experiences. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development.
2017 Spring Meeting - April 25th
Topics Will be!!!! You need to be there!!!!
- Summer Camp
- DU Camp
- Pre Season Camp
- Fund Raising and WARM UP ORDER!!!
Location: Room 404
Good morning, thanks to the many students and staff who helped make IB Day a success. We especially want to acknowledge those sophomores who had some especially amazing projects.
Students from Aurora Hills and Gateway voted for the best projects in the following categories.
- For the community project, the winner is Nayely Arrelano Amezcua
- For the most compassionate the winner is Cisco Balderrama
- For the most creative, the winner is Celia Amador
- And the for the most innovative project, the winner is Emma Thomas.
Congratulations to all the award winners, and we look forward to next year’s projects. Get ready Freshman!
Don’t miss the EspeciallyMe Conference focusing on African American High School Girls which will be held right here at Gateway High School on Saturday, April 29 at 9:00 a.m. There will be breakfast, lunch, a Keynote Speaker, workshops, gifts and a great time with all of your friends.
It is a fun, exciting Conference with about 500 girls from all around the Aurora and Denver area. Student Registration is $15 and must be received by this Friday, April 14.
Ask your Counselor, English Teacher or Ms. Cosey for a Registration form and return the form and payment back to them.
DON'T MISS OUT!
OLY SUMMER SESSION
Who: Students needing credit recovery
What: Classroom sessions of Math or ELD English, or Ed2020 credit recovery
Classroom sessions will offer 0.5 credits in Language Arts or Math
When: Wednesday May 31st - Wednesday June 28th from 8AM - 11AM
Cost: $50 for classroom sessions (Math or ELD English) or $75 for Ed2020
$40 for classroom sessions or $65 for Ed2020 if student is on Free/Reduced Lunch
PLEASE SEE YOUR COUNSELOR TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE DETAILS
APPLICATIONS DUE FRIDAY MAY 19TH BY 3:30
Ed2020 open labs will be on April 22, April 29, May 6, and May 13. The open labs will run from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM and will be in the Library. This is a great opportunity for seniors trying to graduate. See your counselor with any questions.
All students residing outside the GHS attendance area or students residing out of district must submit an open enrollment application, and be accepted by Dr. Davis, in order to attend here. Unless they are listed under the homeless act (McKinney Vento) Please read through the following information for any future athletes, artists, club members that are participating in your programs this summer.
Open Enrollment District Policies
The initial application Period runs from Jan 15th (or the next avail school day) through May 1st yearly
Applications can be revoked at the end of a school year if 1 of these 4 criteria have not been met
- Prompt arrival and departure to & from school
- No more than 1 out of school suspension each year
- 95% attendance rate each year
- High School students must be on track for graduation
(9th 5.5 credits, 10th 11 credits, 11th 16.5 credits, 12th must be on target to graduate.)
- Resident/Nonresidents who apply, meet specific eligibility requirements, and are accepted into a pilot/magnet school or focus educational program, have 1st priority
- Students exercising choice under NCLB Act
- Children of APS staff
- Resident students who are entering the highest grade level at a school affected by boundary changes and wish to remain at that school (There are currently no boundary changes in district)
- Students receiving daily childcare within a school attendance area other than the one of residence
- Student applicants who are not residents of the district and are seeking new choice open enrollment
- Space Availability
- Parent Teacher Conferences ( 4pm - 7:30pm)
- February 1st
- February 2nd
- PSAT and SAT Testing for All Sophomores and Juniors
- April 11th
- 2nd Monday
- Friends of the Performing Arts 6:30 pm in RM 603 (Band Room)
- Accountability 5:30pm meet in the Library
Students, if you are on Free & Reduced Lunch you may qualify for low cost internet service through Comcast. The cost of the program is $9.95 per month and the program also provides computers for $149.00. Informational fliers are available in the Counseling Office. If you have additional questions, you can see Ms. Felker in the Counseling office.
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Have you ever wanted to be a part of the drum line or color guard? Have you ever played an instrument before? Then we want YOU to come check out Marching Band! The Gateway Olympian Marching Band’s first rehearsals are this week - Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30-6:30pm in room 604. See you there - and bring a friend!
IB Day - Thursday April 20th, 2017
- 9:00am-3:00pm: Student Project Showcase
- 4:00-5:30pm: International Food Fair and Entertainment
- 6:00pm: IB Community Awards
Come join in the fun and discovery during our annual IB Day. Each year in April, Gateway shows off its IB program through sophomore Personal Projects, DP Extended Essays, and other student creations during our Idea Exhibit.
Follow up your discovery with a sampling of foods from around the world as prepared by our students, teacher, and families in a dynamic mix of rich heritage and flavor. The International Food Fair is a delicious way to experience the tastes from over 30 countries.
To cap off IB Day, we celebrate and recognize the outstanding creations and contributions of our teachers and students in our Awards Ceremony in the evening. Here, we award the 10 IB Learner Profile Awards among other significant achievements. Please nominate your child for these awards clicking on the Learner Profile Student Nomination button on the right.
Students who meet the qualifications are eligible for a scholarship through Metro State University. If you would like more information, please see your counselor.
Who may apply for CAMP?
- Have a High School Diploma or GED
- Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Applicant or family member is considered migrant or seasonal farm worker in one of the following possible ways:
- Worked within the past 24 months for a period of 75 days in qualifying farm work.
- Have participated or currently participate in the Migrant Education Program (MEP)?
- Participated in the Work Investment Act (WIA - 167) for migrant and seasonal farm workers.