Take a look at a few of the projects the GHS Tech Ed Program was working on throughout #ManufacturingMonth! -Mr. Stachowiak's Woodworking Design and Techniques class constructed sling-back and Adirondack chairs. -Mr. Muenzmaier's Automotive One class worked on personal and donated cars to complete a checklist of tasks, including oil and filter change, thermostat replacement, tire rotation, installation of new spark plugs, and more! -Tech Ed students attended the Manufacturing and Trade Career Expo where local manufacturers, and those involved in the trades, provided interactive displays and conversations to raise student awareness of companies, opportunities, and corresponding educational pathways. Thank you to the Germantown Chamber of Commerce WI and The Chamber - Greater Menomonee Falls & Sussex for bringing this event to local students! View pictures: https://www.facebook.com/GtownSDWI/posts/pfbid0qrq5Fi3LVgfhr1RrT89DGGunULoidKcSzuFyGbNjzvf7FTNVd622U8gFBDcCGBXfl
October is #NationalPrincipalsMonth! Thank you to our team of dedicated principals for all they do for our students and staff! On a daily basis, their efforts and leadership make a difference empowering and inspiring every student to succeed. ✨
During this week's Youth Drama Camp, two dozen young thespians-in-training are getting to experience all the excitement of Broadway—learning about acting, music, movement, and technical theatre under the direction of instructors Emily Keiner and Robin Canales. The students wrap their week with a performance Friday evening at the PAC showcasing everything they learned.
Summer School students in Mr. Neils's Radio News/Podcasting class work on interviewing, audio editing, and narration to create an audio news/feature piece. They've created great stories from their interviews of authors, filmmakers, coaches, police officers, and veterans, as well as representatives from the EAA and Milwaukee County Zoo. The class recently took a tour of 88nine Radio Milwaukee, where students learned about the inner workings of a radio station, including equipment, jobs, production, marketing, programming, and even a little economics. They are always such great hosts!
GSD students are really stretching their learning during Summer School classes—and picking up some new skills along the way. Hard to believe the 2022 session ends next week!
Meet Dr. Chris Reuter, the new superintendent of the Germantown School District, tonight from 5:30–6:30pm at the Germantown Performing Arts Center, W180N11501 River Lane in Germantown. Dr. Reuter will share a brief presentation about who he is and his vision for the district. After the presentation, refreshments will be served in the PAC lobby and you will have a chance to talk with Dr. Reuter.
DISTRICT OFFICE SUMMER HOURS: June 13–August 13, 9 am–3 pm or by appointment. Please contact the person you are meeting with to make arrangements.
Enjoy your summer vacation! See you in September. #CelebrateGSD
School Nurses: Bridging Healthcare and Education — Today we join in celebrating the school nurses who are making a difference in the lives of children every day. They lead the way, supporting wellness efforts and ensuring that our students are healthy, safe, and ready to learn! #SchoolNurses #SND2022
Let-tuce Celery-brate GSD’s School Lunch Heroes! Preparing healthy meals, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, offering service with a smile—our school food & nutrition professionals are true heroes! Who needs a cape when you have an apron. #SchoolLunchHeroDay #LunchLady
THANK YOU to all of the exceptional teachers out there! Let the teachers in your life—past and present—know you value them and how they helped inspire who you’ve become. #ThankYouThursday #TeacherAppreciationWeek
On this Administrative Professionals' Day, we celebrate the hard work of all our admins—be it behind the scenes or out in front—making sure things run smoothly in our schools and throughout the district. We appreciate you!
Please take a few minutes to make your communication preferences known by completing the District Communications Survey before it closes on April 30. You can take the survey online at forms.gle/H42NBzUhkdNmfskU9
Don’t miss all of the singing, dancing, and celebrating when Dramatic Impact presents Mamma Mia!, a jukebox musical based on the legendary songs of ABBA. Set in modern-day Greece, Sophie invites several of her mother's ex-suiters to her wedding in order to figure out who her true father is. Shows are April 29 & 30 at 7pm and May 1 at 2pm at the Germantown PAC. Tickets are available at the door or online at gtownpac.vbotickets.com/events
Reminder that there will be no classes for students on Friday, April 8. During the January 24, 2022, Board of Education meeting, the Board approved adding this workday for teaching staff to the current school year calendar.
Reminder that this Saturday is your last chance to turn trash into treasure at the Germantown Youth Futures scrap metal drive. When: Saturday, April 9 Where: Germantown Police Station Parking Lot Times: 9am–3pm Proceeds benefit Youth Futures Community Giving Fund to help area families in need celebrate the holidays. Monetary donations will also be accepted.
This is the last week to register your child for GSD Summer School support & enrichment courses! Registration closes on Friday, April 8. Learn more online at gsdwi.org/summerschool and sign up via Skyward.
Yogurt parfaits — yay! There's a new yogurt parfait station at GHS, where students can get a cup of vanilla yogurt and add a variety of toppings. (Strawberry yogurt will soon be a flavor choice.) Yogurt parfaits are just one of the free breakfast options available to students every morning! #poweredbybreakfast
Beginning March 18, we will cease publishing the Covid-19 Dashboard. If the Washington County Covid-19 community level moves to high, we will resume publishing a dashboard and inform families of any changes or updates.