RETURN TO SERVE HIGH SCHOOL: Nearly 40 Gateway High School
alumni returned the day before Thanksgiving to speak with current
students about their college and military experiences.
HS Alumni gather for a photo on November 25th.
GATEWAY SCHOOL COMMITTEE
TO MEET DECEMBER 9: The Gateway Regional
School Committee will take a vote on the future of Gateway elementary
schools, at its only scheduled meeting for the month of December.
HIGH SCHOOL FIRST TERM HONOR ROLL: Over 150 high school
students made the honor roll in the first marking period.
ANNUAL “TURKEY TROT” RAISES FOOD FOR LOCAL PANTRY: Students from Gateway
Middle School participated in their 2nd Annual Turkey Trot, raising over
300 non-perishable foods for the Huntington Food Pantry.
WORKSHOP FOR GATEWAY FACULTY, STAFF: The
Wellness Initiative will visit Gateway on Thursday, December 10th from
2:15 - 5:00 p.m., with information on identifying stressors and
unplugging them this holiday season. Included will be identifying and
reducing stress, brief chair massages (ongoing), healthy snacks,
flexibility assessments and ergonomic presentations for proper lifting
(at 2:15, 3 and 3:30), door prizes every 15 minutes, and take home
copies of the Decision Care Guide Book to help manage your health.
Family members of Gateway faculty and staff may also attend.
GATEWAY ATHLETIC BOOSTER
CLUB MEETING: The Gateway Athletic Booster Club will meet on Sunday,
December 6 at Stanton Hall at 7 p.m. The Boosters are actively looking
for new members to help fundraise for all Jr./Sr. High School sports. If
you cannot attend but are interested in helping, please call Deb
Lariviere @ 667-3121.
WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: Dedicated to helping Gateway
parents raise strong, safe, healthy and high-achieving kids!
MEMA WINTER ADVISORIES: The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
(MEMA) has issued their annual winter weather advisories. Thanks to
Charlie Kaniecki, District Health Officer for the Department of Public
Health, they are all compiled into a single document. Brush up and plan ahead
for winter snow, ice, winds, power outages, and the like!
The Superintendent’s Corner for this week is
attached. This week, Dr. Hopson
reminds students, staff and parents of the many factors that must be
taken into consideration for school delays and cancellations. Read the entire
column for details!
Have a wonderful week!