Delays and cancellations will be posted here...

 

This Years Prom

May 16th

The Landing in Scarborough

7 p.m. - 11 p.m.

ONLINE

Schola 2015!

Gorham Boys Ice Hockey

Western Maine Champs!

 

 

The victory by Gorham sets up a rematch of last

 year’s Class B state title game against

defending champion

Messalonskee, Saturday at 1 pm at the Colisee in Lewiston.

Fill it out and send it to school. 

​Hi Senior Parents,

 

There are still tickets available for our Comedy Night and Silent Auction event that is being held this Friday, 3/6/15 at Spire 29 starting at 7:00pm.  We have a great selection of silent auction and live auction items available for bid – there is something there for everyone.  Our comedians are terrific and will have you in stitches!  Come join us for a great night of fun and laughter and support Project Graduation 2015.

 

Tickets can be purchased online on our ​Faceb​ook page​,​ and also by contacting Stacy Burns at SBurnsprojgrad@yahoo.com.  ​ Tickets will be on sale Thursday evening at the Winter Sports Awards Night, as well.

 

We look forward to seeing you on Friday!

Celebrating the GOOD!

Gorham comes from behind to defend Western Class B title

Students at GHS helping to educate others about ending the r-word!

Congratulations to our SMAA Indoor Track Conference Champions:

 

Ethan Orach in the junior 800 in a time of 2:06.56 (breaking the school record AGAIN)

Anna Slager in the 2 mile in a time of 11:53.43

Sprint Medley Relay team of Abby Perkins, Sophie Hendrix, Kristen Benson and Bridget Rossignol in a time of 4:43.93

Girls swimmers take 3rd place at South Westerns on 02/7/15 !  A great day for the Lady Ram Swimmers!!

Class A Cheering  

Congrats to our Cheerleading Team  on a 5th place win at states.

Lewiston 160.2, Biddeford 152.1, Noble 150.9, Bangor 149.1, Gorham 147.3, Marshwood 146.3, Brewer 132.1, Oxford Hills 130.8, Scarborough 126.2, Lawrence 124.2, Bonny Eagle 121.7, Brunswick 118.5

Mr. GHS

Student-Parent-Teacher Conferences

 

February 23, 2015

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 

We are pleased to announce that it is time to schedule student-parent-teacher conferences, to be held March 12th (2:45pm – 7:45pm) and 13th (8am – 1:30pm).  These conferences are very important to your child’s learning and to give parents the opportunity to meet with teachers.  Almost two months into the new semester, students are ready to review their strengths and identify areas of improvement.  In addition, teachers are ready to provide an update on your child’s progress and grades to date.

 

As you may know from previous years, conferences last twelve minutes.

 

How does the scheduling process work?

 

As you might remember from the fall, Gorham High School moved to an online scheduling system for parent-teacher conferences.

 

 

Once you are on the Gorham High School scheduling page, you will sign up for a time slot with each of your child’s teachers.  Please only sign up for one spot per teacher.  (If you feel you need more time, please contact the teacher directly.)  Teachers are listed in alphabetical order.  Once a spot has been taken, it will appear greyed out to future viewers.  You will receive a confirmation email showing all scheduled conference times.  Online scheduling will close on March 11th at 3pm, so please sign up for a conference before then.  After 3pm on the 11th, you will need to contact your student’s teacher directly to schedule a time to meet.

 

GHS Literacy Specialist, Luci Bowers, and Terry Bartick, Numeracy Specialist/STEM teacher, will also be available for conferences to discuss literacy and numeracy support for your high school student.  This includes reading and math testing, organizational skills, test-taking strategies, and content area strategies.

 

School counselors are available to meet during the conference time.  Ms. Stevens, Ms. Bedrosian, Mr. Watts, and Ms. Anastasoff will have an appointment schedule identical to each teacher.

 

Thank you for scheduling conferences.  Communication between parents and teachers about student progress has a positive effect on student learning.

 

We look forward to seeing you on March 12th and 13th.

Any parent interested in volunteering or helping at project graduation must first complete a volunteer orientation meeting and complete a ghs volunteer form and submit otherwise they will not be allowed to help.    All Gorham School Department employees involved still need to do this as well.

 

Up coming dates for Orientation are:  2/24, 3/10 & 4/7 all at Gorham Middle School library at 6:30

Volunteer forms can be found on gorham school website.

Gorham High School -  Mission Statement

The mission of Gorham High School is to provide a variety of educational opportunities in a safe, positive environment. Our aim is that each graduate thinks critically and creatively, communicates effectively, reads and listens for understanding, solves problems, acts as a responsible citizen and aspires to and realizes individual goals.

 

Class will be held at GHS in the  Library

Gorham High School

Partners In Education (PIE)

 

Partners in Education is a way for parents to be well connected with the school and to discuss and implement ways to improve the school.  Meetings include a brief update on particular issues, concerns and school programs such as curriculum, guidance, activities, athletics, and many more.  Then the team continues to work on ways to improve the school.

 

Stay connected and provide support and help through the Partners in Education.  We meet from 5:30 - 6:30 PM in the Stickney Library at GHS. All are welcome!

 

March 3

May 5   this meeting will run from      6-7 pm