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21st Annual Development Dinner

On Monday, March 12, the 21st annual Development Dinner was held at the Nielsen Center. Funds from the tickets sold will be used to for new teacher laptops for the upcoming school year. This year's honorees for teaching were Brooke Thoene, business instructor - 5 years at GACC. Patty Meiergerd, math instructor - 40 years at GACC. Ann Prinz, aide - 40 years at GACC.  Congratulations to all honorees. 

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Robotics Team Competition

CEENBoT™ Robotics Showcase 2018

GACC had four teams compete in four events at the CEENBoT™ Robotics Showcase 2018 at the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum. The senior high school team earned three, 1st place trophies and one, 2nd place trophy. 

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Parent Education Forum

March 18, 2018

The Juvenile Awareness Group (JAG) out of Cuming County is hosting a parent class to discuss anything young adults may be dealing with including (but not limited to) alcohol, marijuana, vaping, etc...The forum will be held March 18 at 2:00 p.m.. in the West Point Community Theater Basement. JAG's hope is to see an open forum where parents can come together to get educated about certain topics or just ask general . . .

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John Baylor - On to College Show

New Episodes Available Now

On to College - The Show

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Lenten Almsgiving

Hungry for Change

  During Lent 2018, GACC will be doing an almsgiving activity called “Hungry for a Change”. There will be a jar in the Religion room to collect loose change or bills. The money collected will go to Fr. Francis in Africa and the city of West Point Food Pantry. Please reach into your pockets so we can reach out to others in need. We will be collecting change throughout the entire Season of Lent.

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Images from our students working in the STEAM labs.

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Catholic Schools Week - Buddy Time

February 1, 2018

The high school students and elementary students paired up during Catholic Schools Week to create a Valentine's Day craft. The students also spent time reading and playing games together. It was a great afternoon for all students!

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