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Future Scotties Basketball Camp

The Scottie Basketball team will conduct a Future Scotties Basketball Camp for boys ages 5-14 (Kindergarten through 7th grade during the last school year). The camp will be held June 7-9, from 8:00-11:00 am each day. Boys interested in participating should complete the attached form and return it to Glasgow High School. For more information or questions, please contact Coach James Willett at james.willett@glasgow.kyschools.us.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nOkTMATxvCh4pqY9M7AonKW-x7nGwfiKvfjU9A-o5YM/edit

Afternoon with the Arts

Art Show

UPS Tuition Assistance Opportunity
Date:  April 30
Time:  5:30 pm
Place:  GHS auditorium
 
UPS will be at GHS to speak with students & parents about tuition incentives for Metropolitan College and the KY LOOP program. These programs offer free tuition and in some cases housing for students who work for UPS while attending the University of Louisville or Jefferson Community & Technical College.  Please join us to learn more about making college more affordable. 
 
Chromebooks in the Classroom

Earlier this semester, the freshmen students of Glasgow High School received Chromebooks for utilization in their classrooms to expand their knowledge and skills. The students have been using their Chromebooks in several classes, ranging from math and English classes, to BioMedical Sciences and Engineering classes.

 

GHS Art Student banner

Glasgow High School art students recently completed a banner that was on display at the Kentucky School Boards Association  annual conference in Louisville.   The theme was "Adapting and Achieving".

Student Spotlight: Jansen Dakin, Academy of Engineering

Jansen Dakin, a junior at Glasgow High School, is currently job shadowing at American Engineers, Inc., a civil engineering firm located in Glasgow. Jansen spends part of his school day collecting data, completing spreadsheets, and reviewing site plans for American Engineers. Their services include transportation, geotechnical, bridge and structural, site design, geospatial, and environmental.

Glasgow High School Academic Team Wins at Region

Glasgow High School Academic Team captured their 7th straight Regional Championship on Saturday, February 17th.   The Quick Recall team placed 1st and Future Problem Solving placed 4th.  The following students placed in Written Assessments and along with the Quick Recall team will advance to the State tournament in March:  Garrison Page - 1st place Language Arts; Rajeev Nair - 1st place Social Studies; Mason Reid - 2nd place Science and 2nd place Arts and Humanities; Parker Bannister - 2nd place Social Studies and 3rd place Arts and Humanities; Daniel Dill - 2nd place Language Arts and 4th place Arts and Humanities.  Congratulations to Coach Garrison, all the coaches and team members!

Glasgow High School students win at Kentucky Sr. Beta Convention

Glasgow High School Beta students recently competed at the Kentucky Sr. Beta Convention.   Parker Bannister, Garrison Page, Mason Reid and Rajeev Nair placed 1st in the Quiz Bowl competition.   The GHS Scottie Singers ( Daniel Decker, Jenna Gardner, Christian Hornback, Kylie Jackson, Langford Lessenberry, Presley Parker, Faith Appleby, Palmer Lessenberry, Makena McMurtrey, Kaylee Moore, Emma Pack, Noah Smith, Olivia Stanley, Morgan Vaughn, Matthew Polson, Lily Boortz, and Drew Richardson) placed 2nd in the Show Choir competition.   Addie Johnson placed 1st in Drawing.   Jasmine Smith placed 1st in Recyclable Art.   Rajeev Nair placed 1st in Social Studies.  All these students are eligible to compete at the National Sr. Beta convention in Savannah, Georgia in June.   The GHS Beta club also received the GOLD Key Growth Award.

Chorus Students Recognized at February Board meeting

Students from Highland Elementary, South Green Elementary, Glasgow Middle School and Glasgow High School were recognized at the February regular meeting of the Glagow Board of Education.   The students were recognized for being selected and participating in the KMEA and ACDA All-State Choir.

Notice of Cancellation: GHS SBDM Council March Meeting

The March 14, 2018 Regular Scheduled Meeting for Glasgow High School SBDM Council has been cancelled.  The council will not meet in March.

GHS Art

Drop by during first block in the art room and you will see students brainstorming ideas for a new project, giving feedback to each other, engaged in a class critique, experimenting with a new medium or concept, and possibly stressing over an approaching deadline.  With the largest AP Studio Art class in GHS history, twenty-six junior and seniors create hand-generated projects based on the principles of design as well as computer-generated graphic projects in hopes to receive  a three or higher on their art portfolios when scored by the College Board at the end of the year.   

Glasgow High School Choral Department presents Meredith Wilson's The Music Man

Glasgow High School Choral Department presents Meredith Willson’s The Music Man.  The performances will take place in the GHS Auditorium on March 2 and 3 at 7PM and March 4 at 2PM.  Tickets are available online at  https://ghsmusical.ludus.com and at the door.  If you have any questions or special seating arrangements, please contact us at ghsticketsales@gmail.com or 270-651-8801.

Shirts for the show can be ordered from the following link:   The Music Man T-Shirt Order Forms  

 

 

AP Exam Registration

AP students need to register for their AP Exams using the Total Registration website. The deadline to register is March 7; however, there will be a $25 late fee after February 28. If you have any questions about exam registration, please contact Tara Martin at tara.martin@glasgow.kyschools.us.

 

www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/180980

 

Glasgow Scottie Band Fundraiser

The Glasgow Scottie Band is doing a SNAP fundraiser from Feb. 1st - Feb. 28th.   Any support would be greatly appreciated.   Follow the link below to participate.   

https://www.snap-raise.com/fundraisers/glasgowband

Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee Meeting Notification

The Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee will hold a meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at Glasgow Middle School at 105 Scottie Drive, Glasgow Kentucky.  The purpose of the meeting is an orientation meeting in regards to developing a new District Facility Plan. 

Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee Public Forum Notification

The Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee will hold a public forum on Thursday, February 20, at 5.30 p.m. at Glasgow Middle School at 105 Scottie Drive, Glasgow Kentucky. The local planning committee will solicit public comments regarding district facilities and the district facility plan.

Getting to Know GHS: Mr. Larry Correll

Larry Correll has been teaching for 27 years; the last 17 of those years have been at Glasgow High School. He currently teaches AP Computer Science Principles, AP Physics, Chemistry, Pre-AP Algebra 2 and Pre-AP Geometry. One of Correll’s favorite aspects of teaching is when a student who has been struggling with a concept finally has an “a-ha” moment and understands the idea or notion. Additionally, Correll enjoys and is appreciative of the opportunities he has experienced as part of the new computer science initiative created by the Kentucky Commissioner of Education, Stephen Pruitt.

 

Last semester Correll was one of several speakers at a local meeting held by the Commissioner to unveil the new computer science initiative for the state. Correll spoke about the code.org curriculum which is utilized in the AP Computer Science Principles course. In March, he will have an opportunity to speak about code.org’s role in the program at the KYACAC conference. When questioned about these experiences, Correll stated, “each of the experiences gives me an accelerated teaching curve to success at teaching a new subject. I also have the opportunity to work with teachers from all over the United States.” One aspect of the AP course that Correll feels is the most beneficial is that it is “giving students access to computer skills that are needed in almost all career fields.”

 

Correll recently interviewed for a facilitator’s position with code.org and is awaiting a decision. He received his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Physical Science from Eastern Kentucky University. He also obtained his master's degree in education from Eastern Kentucky University.

ACT Boot Camp
Scottie Fan Tshirts On Sale Until Jan 31st

SCOTTIE FAN TSHIRT

Deadlineto order has been extended to Wed, Jan 31st
We The Student Essay Contest
Each year, We the Students gives 8-12th-grade students from across the U.S. a chance to share their perspective on a trending topic.
This year’s prompt: To what extent in the U.S. does the government–federal, state, and local–have the duty to monitor internet content?  Essay entry info
Marketing Program at GHS

The Marketing Program at GHS gives students an exposure to careers in the business and marketing fields. Students start the program during their freshmen year by enrolling in Principles of Marketing.  Following their freshmen year, they can branch into either of the two areas through a Career Pathway in Accounting or Marketing.  Completing of a Career Pathway will help students transition into collegiate level courses and have a better focus on their specific business major. 

GHS To Offer HOSA Club to Students

GHS will offer a student HOSA Club (Health Occupation Students of America) to students who are interested in seeking a career in the health field.  Any student interested in joining HOSA should attend the student interest meeting on Friday, January 19th when announced.

Glasgow Freshmen using School Issued Chromebooks

Read the article in the Glasgow Daily Times about Freshmen using School Issued Chromebooks.

Homecoming Rescheduled for Thursday, January 18

Homecoming festivities have been postponed until Thursday, January 18.  

Improving Their Future…One Code at a Time

Beginning this school year, Glasgow High School began offering the new AP Computer Science Principles course. Currently there are 22 students enrolled in the class. However, that number is expected to increase in the coming years. One factor leading to this expected increase is a freshmen advisory enrichment course known as Accelerated Computer Science Fundamentals (ACSF). Code.org created the lessons utilized in the ACSF course. As mentioned on their website, Code.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding access to computer science.

Washington Youth Tour Opportunity

Each year, three deserving high school juniors from the Farmers RECC service area are awarded expense‑paid trips to Washington, D.C. as participants in the 2018 Rural Electric Washington Youth Tour Program sponsored jointly by Farmers RECC and the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives.

GHS' Allen speaks at Code.org convention in San Francisco

Article by Will Perkins, Glasgow Daily Times

Glasgow High School Principal Amy Allen recently travelled to San Francisco to speak at Code.org’s national convention to kick off Computer Science Education week. 

Full article : http://www.glasgowdailytimes.com

Student Pride: Chamber leadership class hears from students during school tours

Article by Will Perkins, Glasgow Daily Times

GLASGOW – "The thing I love about Glasgow is the sense of community we have," Glasgow High School junior Olivia Stanley said on Wednesday in the school's auditorium.

Stanley, a student ambassador, was speaking to members of the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class, who spent the day touring area schools.

http://www.glasgowdailytimes.com

Driver's Ed Course

Students interested in taking the Driver's Ed Course should contact Sonya Davis. Seats are limited and classes start January 8th!

Annual Holiday Luncheon Volunteers Needed

Glasgow High School is in need of parent volunteers to help with our annual Holiday Luncheon on Friday, December 8th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you would be able to volunteer please contact Morgan Cossel at (270) 651-8801 or at morgan.cossel@glasgow.kyschools.us. 

Vote for the 2018-19 School Year Calendar

There are two options available for the community to vote on for the 2018-19 Glasgow Independent school calendar.  The poll will be open until Sunday, December 3rd. 

Children's Day Celebration Tonight!

The 2017 Children's Day Celebration will be from 6pm-8pm on November 20.  

Childrens Day

Governor's Scholar Students Recognized at November Board Meeting

The 2017 Governor's Scholar participants were recognized at the November 13, 2107 Board meeting.  The students honored were Ryan Witt, Rajeev Nair, Brooklyn Brown and Garrison Page.

WKU Online Course Registration

Enrollment is open for the Spring 2018 online WKU dual credit  courses begin January 22.  Spaces are filling up quickly!  Register now.

https://www.wku.edu/dualcredit/online/

ASAP Youth Leadership Coalition Opportunity

Students are invited to apply for the ASAP Youth Leadership Coalition.  This group is made up of students who give youth perspectives on prevention in alcohol, tobacco and other drugs in Barren, Hart and Metcalfe Counties. Youth members take a personal stand against alcohol, tobacco and other drugs through planning and implementing fun activities and environmental strategies in the community and schools. Youth provide valuable input into the events and programs the coalition supports.  Download Application.

AP Capstone Graduation

On August 9, 2017, eleven Glasgow High School students were honored at the AP Capstone Graduation ceremony. The AP Capstone Program, as described by College Board, is “an innovative diploma program that equips students with independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills.” The program consists of two courses, AP Seminar and AP Research, which are currently taught at GHS by Mrs. Lisa Bartley and Ms. Mary Fye, respectively. The AP Seminar and Research Certificate is awarded to students who score a 3 or higher in AP Seminar and AP Research.  Students who earn 3 or higher on both the AP Seminar and AP Research exams and on four additional AP classes of their choosing, receive an AP Capstone Diploma.  Ten GHS students recently received a Capstone diploma and one received a Capstone certificate. 

Student Activity: Principals of Biomedical Science

GHS students in the Biomedical Science program recently put their detective knowledge and skills to use as they investigated a fictional crime scene. In Principles of Biomedical Science, students explore concepts of biology and medicine to determine factors that led to the death of a fictional person. According to Project Lead the Way (PLTW), the curriculum pathway used in the Principles of Biomedical Science course, “students examine autopsy reports, investigate medical history, and explore medical treatments that might have prolonged the person’s life. The activities and projects in the PLTW curriculum introduce students to human physiology, basic biology, medicine, and research processes while allowing them to design their own experiments to solve problems.”

Best Fit - Sam Case College Consulting

Want to find out how to make yourself highly competitive for college admissions and scholarships? What should you be doing right now in high school? How do you know what your "best fit" college is? Join us for an evening with Sam Case College Consulting Thursday, September 21 at 6:00 in the auditorium.  This session is open to all GHS students and families and is FREE!!! No RSVP is necessary.

Evening with Industry T-shirt Order

Evening with Industry will be held Tuesdsay, September 19 at 5:30 at Barren County High School Auditorium.  Students who pre-register will receive a free t-shirt.  To register, please complete this form.  Evening with Industry Registration Form

Glasgow Scottie Band Marching Contest

Saturday, September 9th - Come see 12 awesome area bands compete and an exhibition by the Glasgow Scottie Band.  Join us at Glasgow High School.
General admission is $7.


Gates open at 2:45pm. 
Opening Ceremony at 4:45pm
First Band at 5:00pm

PSAT Registration

Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors are encouraged to sign up for the PSAT. The PSAT is a great primer for the SAT and even the ACT. Additionally, the PSAT is the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. PSAT scores are used to identify National Merit Scholars and award merit scholarships. Registration will be from September 5 to September 20. Students can sign up with Mrs. Martin in the cafeteria before school.

Football Game Rescheduled

The Glasgow High School football game vs. Fort Campbell has been moved from Friday to Sat. September 2 at 4:30 PM CST.  The game will be played at GHS.  The change has been made due to inclement weather.  

Yearbook Cover Design Contest

Design the winning yearbook cover and win a FREE yearbook. Rules and submission guidelines can be accessed using the following link:

2017-18 Yearbook Cover Contest

 

 

Dual Credit Scholarship

Students taking dual credit courses through WKU and SKYCTC have the opportunity to apply for a scholarship to cover the cost of the course.  Attached are the application instructions.

Junior Class Fundraiser

The Junior Class will be selling magazines through the first week of September. Great magazine offers and bundled magazine packages. Individuals interested in purchasing magazine subscriptions should contact a junior GHS student.

2017 Graduates Attend PEPP at UK

Lexington KY, June 14th – July 15th, 2017

Briana Brooks and Sammy Melendez of Glasgow High School attended a highly competitive and very strenuous four and half week academic residential program at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.

Upperclassmen Schedule Pick-Up

Students in grades 10-12 can pick up schedules on August 8th from 1:00-6:00 pm.

Freshmen Schedule Pick-Up & Orientation

Freshmen students can pick up schedules on August 1, 2017 from 4:00-7:00 pm and orientation will be held frm 5:00-5:30 pm.

GIS District Open Enrollment

District wide Open Enrollment will be held at each school on Thursday, July 20th from 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm.   Please go to the school that your child will be attending to enroll them.   

Freshmen Orientation Information

If you were unable to attend Freshmen Orientation please take a moment to review this helpful information:  

Class of 2021 Freshmen Orientation

Simply Scotties & Crest Shirt Sales

Glasgow High School is selling Simply Scotties tshirts and school crest shirts.  Download order form here.

Rising Freshmen 2018 Spring Preview Night

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Glasgow High School Receives College Success Award
Glasgow High School is proud to announce that it has received the College Success Award, a first-of-its-kind honor celebrating schools that excel in ensuring students prepare for college, enroll in college and succeed once they get there.
Getting To Know GHS

Edwana Goodson has been teaching art at Glasgow High School for the past 24 years. Specifically, she has taught or is currently teaching Art 1, 2, 3, and 4, Humanities, Sculpture, Painting, and AP Studio Art (Drawing, 2D Design, and 3D Design). Goodson enjoys teaching the AP art subject because it is class in which the “students apply everything they have learned in the lower level art courses to create a college level art portfolio.”

College Prep: Making The Most of Your Summer

Mr. Sam Case spent a day with GHS recently and left information to aid students on making the most of their summer for college prep.  Please take a moment to review this valuable information!

Summer is a time for some much-needed relaxation. But it’s also a time to work towards your goals. Admissions committees want to see that you’re being productive and accomplishing something during your breaks. We hear from Admissions officers around the nation that a full 12 month review of your high school story from 9th grade thru 12th is being evaluated. At a loss for what to do
this summer?

Gala

Gala is scheduled for November 18 at the Glasgow Country Club. It will begin at 8:00 pm and end at 11:00 pm. Tickets will be sold on Wednesday, November 15 and Thursday, November 16 during lunch. Tickets are $12 for singles and $20 for couples. Students must have a completed permission form in order to purchase a ticket. For a copy of the permission slip, please use this link.

Solar Eclipse Information for Glasgow Independent Schools

Link to letter for Glasgow Independent families and students about the upcoming eclipse.

GHS Title 1 Parent Survey

Glasgow High School is dedicated to providing a quality education for every student in our district.  Your comments and concerns are very important, since they influence the direction programs will take in the future.  Please answer and submit this survey by May 14th.

Click Here to Complete Title 1 Parent Survey

 

Lt. Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge

Win a share of up to $100,000 in scholarships in the Lt. Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge. Register by October 31, 2017 at www.kylgec.com.

Niche 2018 Best Schools in America Rankings

Niche, the largest website for researching public and private K-12 schools across the country, recently released their 2018 Best Schools in America rankings and Glasgow High School was selected as one of the best in the Commonwealth.

Emmalee Lawrence wins at National Senior Beta Convention

Emmalee Lawrence recently competed at the National Senior Beta Convention in Orlando, Fl.  Emmalee placed 2nd in Onsite Acrylic Art, 3rd in Acrylic Art and 3rd in Watercolor.  Congratulations to Emmalee!

Getting To Know GHS

Todd Garrison has been teaching for 29 years, the last 10 of those years have been at Glasgow High School. He currently teaches AP Calculus, Pre-AP Algebra 2, and College Readiness.

Notice of Special Called SBDM Council Meeting

Glasgow High School SBDM Council will meet in a special called meeting at 10:00 AM on May 30, 2018.  The purpose of this special called meeting is to conduct regular council business listed on the forthcoming meeting agenda.

GHS Academic Repeat Champions at NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament

Glasgow High School's academic team brought home the Championship trophy at the Small School National Championship in Chicago.  This was the second year for them to capture this honor.  Glasgow had two teams competing in the tournament.  The A-team consisting of Rajeev Nair, Garrison Page, Mason Reid and Parker Bannister brought home the championship trophy and went undefeated during 16 matches for the weekend.  The B-team of Daniel Dill, Abrar Rahman, Stratton Kiser and Tabby Cline came in 23rd out of 96 teams.   Daniel Dill was named an All-star for the tournament.  Congratulations to Coach Todd Garrison, Coach John Conatser and the teams!

http://www.glasgowdailytimes.com/news/repeat-champs-ghs-quiz-bowl-team-wins-national-title-again/article_24b91c2e-4e68-11e8-9539-2bda51b3e733.html 

 

Recent GHS Graduate Earns a Perfect Score on the AP Research Exam

According to a recent letter from College Board, the governing body for Advanced Placement classes and exams, Meredith Crane earned a perfect score of 5 on her AP Research Exam. This accomplishment places Meredith in the top 3% of AP Research Exam takers. In fact, only 176 students out of 5,787 achieved this feat.

Campbell Attends National Academy of Future Physicians

Emily Campbell, the daughter of Drs. Jason and Allison Campbell and a sophomore at Glasgow High School, had an opportunity to attend the National Academy of Future Physicians (NAFP) in Boston this past summer. 

Strut Your Scottie Calendar Contest

The Glasgow High School FCCLA club is hosting our 1st Annual Strut Your Scottie Pride Contest..  The 2017 Strut Your Scottie Calendar Contest is  for Glasgow Independent School Elementary students K-5.  The top twelve contestants will be featured in a Glasgow Scottie themed 2018 calendar to be sold in the community.

 

Gillie Hyde Ford to hold Drive 4 UR School Event

Gillie Hyde Ford-Lincoln and Highland Elementary School are working together to help raise up to $6,000 in support of  Glasgow Independent School District as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program. Members of the Glasgow-area community will have the opportunity to raise money for the Glasgow Independent School District by test-driving a Ford vehicle. For every person who

test-drives a new Ford vehicle at this one-day event, Ford Motor Company will donate $20, up to a maximum donation of $6,000, to Glasgow Independent School District.

For every person who takes a test-drive in a new Ford vehicle, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to Glasgow Independent School District. In total, a maximum donation of $6,000 could be raised!

Date:          Friday, May 11th, 2018

Time:         3:30 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.

Location:   Highland Elementary School

                   164 Scottie Drive.

                   Glasgow, KY 42141

NOTES: *NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER WITH A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE AND VALID AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. Donation of $20 per valid test-drive, up to 300 total test-drives, for a maximum total donation of $6,000 per event. Limit one (1) donation per person and one (1) donation per household.

Interviews are available with Gillie Hyde Ford-Lincoln representatives. Please contact  Marilee Gore at 270-576-0086.

EGOT Concert

Join the GHS Orchestras as they present an EGOT (Emmys, Grammys, Oscars, and Tonys) Concert, May 14th at 6:30 in the GHS auditorium.

JFK Essay Contest

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation invites U.S. high school students to submit an essay for the Profiles In Courage Essay Contest.  For entry details, eligibility, and requirements, visit www.jfklibrary.org.
First place winners will receive $10,000.
Second place winner will receive $1,000
Five finalists will receive $500 each.

 

2018-19 School Calendar

The 2018-19 GIS school calendar has been finalized.  Please click the link to view the calendar 2018-19 Calendar.

Kentucky Department of Agriculture Essay Contest

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture & The Kentucky Agriculture and Environment in the Classroom Inc. invite K-12 students to participate in the 2018 Kentucky Agriculture: From Farm Gate to Dinner Plate poster and essay contests.  More information

National Merit Scholarship 2018 Semifinalists Named

Three Glasgow High School seniors are among approximately 16,000 semifinalists named Wednesday by the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program, which honors top academic ability and potential for college success. Adam Garrett, Rajeev Nair, and Garrison Page were chosen based on their scores in last fall’s Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, taken by about 1.6 million high school juniors. These young men represent less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors.

WKU Fall Online Course Registration

Registration for fall online WKU Dual Credit courses is now open.  Courses are a first come, first serve basis.  Registation info

Glasgow Independent Students participate in Special Olympics

The Special Olympics Track and Field games were held on Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Bowling Green.  Glasgow had 13 athletes to participate!

From South Green:

Yesenia Juarez-Ramirez placed 3rd in softball throw and 5th in 50 meter walk.

Reid Harper placed 3rd in softball throw and 1st in 50 meter dash.

Cherish Farmer placed 1st in softball throw and 1st in 50 meter dash.

From Glasgow Middle School:

Kelsey Barfield placed 3rd in softball and 3rd in 100 meter dash.

Dalton Farmer placed 3rd in softball and 4th in 100 meter dash.

Moheema Rahman placed 3rd in softball and 2nd in 50 meter walk.

James Phelps placed 1st in softball and 1st in 50 meter dash.

Larry Powell placed 4th in softball and 4th in 50 meter dash.

From Glasgow High School: 

Abby Maysey placed 2nd in softball and 4th in 100 meter dash.

Dustin Poland placed 1st in softball and 2nd in 100 meter dash.

Amber Polston placed 1st in softball and 3 100 meter dash.

Christian Dewitt placed 2nd in 100 meter dash and 3 in shot put.

Devon Thompson placed 1st in standing long jump and 1st in shot put.

 

Glasgow Students Recognized for ACT Scores

Glasgow High School students who have scored a 28 or higher on the ACT since February 2017 were recognized at the April 16th Regular board meeting.  There were a total of 35 students who received this recognition.

Lady Scotties Basketball Camp
Lady Scotties Basketball Camp 
Session 1 (Grades K-4) May 8-10 from 3:15-5:00 at GHS
Session 2 (Grades 5-8) May 14-16 from 3:15-5:00 at GHS
The cost is $25 for each session.  Download registration brochure here.
For more info contact Justin Stinson at justin.stinson@glasgow.kyschools.us or 651-8801.
2018 State Testing Schedules

We ask that parents ensure that all students have ample rest, eat a good breakfast and

necessary appointments be scheduled in the afternoons on testing dates.

Spring Preview Night

Approximately 50% of the current 8th grade students and their parents visited Glasgow High School for the Spring Preview Night for Rising Freshmen event. Spring Preview Night was the idea of Mr. Mark Gibson, the Marketing and Business teacher at GHS. Mr. Gibson came up with the idea to showcase elective courses and clubs available to the incoming freshmen. According to Gibson, “freshmen need to know more about the elective courses offered at GHS so they can make informed choices when it comes to their schedules. This event is a starting step for freshmen thinking about career pathways and what they might want to study.”

Registration Open-WKU Summer Dual Credit Online

Registration now open for 2018 Summer Courses.  Registration closes on Friday, May 11, courses could fill and close before this date. 

WKU Dual Credit Online Courses

Funding College
as presented by Mr. Sam Case, February 8, 2018
Glasgow Scottie Band

The Glasgow Scottie Band website is now active. The website features history of the band, boosters club info., a calendar of events, videos, pictures, and more. The website can be accessed using the following link:

http://www.glasgowscottieband.com/

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