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Breaking News Posted 3.13.18 Gateway Special Olympics Team

Breaking News—Gateway’s weekly e-newsletter—is now posted. This week’s headlines include:

  • Sr. Audrey Gamble Blog Post: “Once a Gator…”
  • Gateway Vocalists Featured at Thunderbirds Game
  • Student Athletes Shine at Special Olympics
  • NHS Members Led Annual “Seussabration”
  • Alumni Sought for “Where Are They Now?” Series
  • Save a Life: Donate Blood at Gateway March 16
  • MS Talent Show Friday
  • Sign Up For Spring Sports Deadline is Friday, March 16

PLUS: the Week at a Glance, Weblink of the Week and this week’s Superintendent’s Corner!

Gateway Singers Featured at Thunderbirds Hockey Game Gateway Vocalists to Sing at Thunderbirds Game

The Springfield Thunderbirds are sponsoring "Gateway Night" at their final home game of the regular season - April 14. A special ticket price is available that will not be available at the door. Our own vocalists will perform the National Anthem! Tickets must be purchased by March 23!. Click here for more information.

NHS Members Lead "Seussabration" NHS readers with Littleville students

In a yearly tradition tied to the birthday of Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss), NHS members visited Chester and Littleville Elementary School on March 5 to read to younger students and lead some fun activities. Click here for the story (written by Sr. Intern Audrey Gamble), and be sure to scroll to the second page for photos!

Gateway Athletes Shine at Special Olympics Gateway Special Olympics Team

Six Gateway athletes and two student interns traveled to South Hadley High School for the 7th Annual School Day Special Olympics. Click here for details!

Alumni Sought for "Where Are They Now?" Series Cheerleaders from Gateway's first year (1964)

Attention Gateway Alumni! We are reviving the "Gateway Alumni: Where Are They Now?" series, which ran nearly 20 years ago in the Country Journal. Click here for more information. Click here to input your profile!

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