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Breaking News posted 9.27.16

Breaking News--Gateway's weekly e-newsletter--is now posted. This week's articles include student-written "The View From The Band"; updates from the Gateway Education Foundation; planning for a MS Extended Day program, and much more!

The View From The Band GRSD Marching Band at the Big E

What it's like to March at the Big E, from the perspective of GRHS band member Audrey Gamble!

Education Foundation funds 7 projects totaling $5k

The Gateway Education Foundation is in the news this week for awarding $5,000 to 7 teacher-led projects, and for receiving $5,200 from the Ford Motor Company.

MS looking at extended day program

Planning is underway to offer an afterschool option for Middle School students, in light of DESE not awarding grant funding for Gateway's program this year.

Gateway MS/HS Open House

Parents/guardians are invited to the MS/HS Open House on October 6 form 6 - 7:30 p.m. A technology information session follows from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.

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Calendar & Events

  • Oct

     Parents/guardians are invited to an Open House at the Gateway Regional campus on Thursday, October 6, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  Faculty and staff from Gateway Regional Middle School and High School will be on hand to meet and greet students and their families.

    A Technology Information Session will also be held from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Gateway Performing Arts Center, where technology staff will be on hand to cover chromebook insurance, Securly Chromebook parent portals and the new Rediker Parent Portal.

    The Class of 2017 is holding a bake sale fundraiser, and the Gateway Education Foundation is holding a 50/50 raffle.

    Families of Gateway high school students will follow their student’s class schedule, which will be distributed starting at 5:45 p.m. that evening, in the main entrance.

    Families of students attending the Middle School  will follow an open format, where they can visit their child’s classroom and specials teachers at their own pace. MS families are also invited to visit Gateway’s welding program in the high school, an option to explore if you are considering a vocational program for high school. Teacher Paul Atkinson will be on hand to show families and students the welding shop and to see examples of student work.

    Families may also visit with staff from adjunct programs, such as ‘Gator Grins’ (school-based dental services) and the Gateway School-Based Health Center. A number of community agencies will also have information tables, with staff available to answer questions and speak with families.


    6:00 PM — 7:30 PM
  • Oct

    All Gateway schools closed.

  • Oct
    Begins @ 7:00 PM
  • Oct

    Students will be released 2-hours early for staff professional development.

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