Student Daily Announcements

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  • The Library will not be open for study halls until Mon., Feb. 7. 

  • Strats Club is meeting today after school in room A121, across from the library.  

  • Congratulations to our  Alpine Ski Team.  The team faced some tough competition this week and brought home more medals!  Varsity Girls got 2nd, Varsity Boys 3rd, JV Girls Red 3rd, JV Girls Black 6th and JV Boys 4th.   The MSG Ski Team raced Giant Slalom against Arrowhead, Franklin and West Bend at Heiliger Huegel.   Way to go MSG!

    • Top Finisher:  Varsity Boys-Nick Peterson-4th place.

  • Join Best Buddies and Bob Ross after school on Wed., Jan. 26, to destress after final exams. Hope to see you there!

  • Environmental Club is meeting this Wed., Jan. 26, in room A115.  We will be voting on t-shirt designs for Earth Week.  Please see Mrs. Stocklein or Mr. McClellan if you have questions.  See you there!

  • SkillsUSA is meeting this Wed., Jan. 26, to go over regionals and talk about the State competitions.  If you can't make it, please see Mr.Stachowiak

  • Attention SAGE members and those interested in joining SAGE: our first meeting for second semester is after school on Wed., Jan. 26, in Mr. Plaski's room A134. Whether it's your first time or one hundredth time, we'd love to have you there!

  • Key Clubbers--we are hosting an in person service project opportunity tomorrow, Jan. 26, after school from 2:45PM - 3:45PM.  Please report to the innovation space on the second floor. We will be making Valentines Cards and working on Easter Eggs.

  • Our GHS winter play "The Importance of Being Earnest" is on Feb. 4, Feb. 5, and Feb. 6 in the PAC. “The Importance of Being Earnest” is a witty comedy set in the 1890's upper crust of London. Oscar Wilde's final written work - this play satires Victorian traditions and remains his most celebrated publication. Tickets are $8-10 each and can be purchased from the PAC website.

  • Auditions for the spring musical "Mamma Mia" are on Fri., Feb. 11, and Sat., Feb. 12, from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.  Please sign up on the drama bulletin board in the music hallway. The signup will be available one week before auditions. Please reach out to Danny Ellis if you are unable to attend auditions in person.


  • All GHS students are welcome to attend the free Music and Acting Workshop Tues., Feb. 1, during resource, and the Dance Workshop Thurs., Feb. 3, during resource in the PAC.



  • Upcoming College visits for Juniors and Seniors:  if interested, please stop in Student Services to sign up.  All visits are scheduled during Resource in the Cafeteria unless noted.

    • Feb 16:  UW-Platteville  

    • Feb. 23:  George Williams College of Aurora University 

    • Feb. 24:  The Air Force Academy 

    • March 28:  University of Green Bay

  • Students: Did you know that lunch is free? Please remember to order your entree selection in the Google Doc. Too many of you are not doing that and it is difficult for the kitchen staff to guess what you may want for lunch. Please help out the Lunch Ladies by preordering.

  • If you love our Milwaukee Bucks and have outstanding high school attendance, you're invited to participate in the Bucks Attendance Matters program. Stop by the Student Services office to get a certificate to redeem for one FREE ticket to an upcoming Bucks game with the PURCHASE of at least one additional ticket. Eligible games are Feb 1, Feb 14, Mar 24 or Apr 1.


  • Family Film Fridays are back at the PAC! Jan. 28: Free movie for your family to enjoy. Doors open at 5:30PM, films begin at 6:00PM. No tickets are required. Visit the event listings on our website to see which movies are being shown: (Performing Arts Center ( Popcorn and other concessions are available. 

Proceeds support the Piano Campaign.  Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. 


  • Do you like high adventure; are thinking about the military, but not sure what it would be like; want to develop self-confidence, leadership, teamwork and communication skills; or are just looking for something different and challenging?  The Wisconsin Army Cadets are holding a free open house on March 19th.