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2017 Summer School Sessions Registration Now Open

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

Gateway Has Been A No Place for Hate School for over 7 years

Gateway continues to be a participating school for No Place for Hate. One of the goals for No Place for Hate is to create a welcoming community committed to stopping all forms of bias and bulling. We will continue to address issues as they arise as student safety at Gateway is always a top priority.

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IB Day Recap – April 20th

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!