MARCH 13th-17 SPRING BREAK!!!
20th- Reports cards go out
31st- Half Day 11:30 Dismissal
April: 10th-13th ACT Aspire (10th grade)
14th-Possible Weather Day
Course Request Verification
15th- Senior Prom
19th- ACT+ Writing (11th grade)
20- AP Pre-test
24th- Progress Reports go out!
May: 4th: Senior Banquet @6:30pm Grissom Common Areas SENIOR EXAMS:
16th-5th & 6th period
17th- 3rd & 4th
18th- 1st & 2nd
(schedule to follow at later date) Grades 9-11 Exam dates
22nd- 1st & 2nd period Exams
23rd- 3rd & 4th period Exams
24th- 5th & 6th period Exams
25th- 7th period Exam
19th- LAST CHANCE TO CHANGE COURSE REQUEST
22nd- Honors & Awards Night @ 6:00pm @ Willowbrook Baptist Church
23rd- Graduation Practice @ 10am in GHS main Gym
23rd- Baccalaureate Ceremony @ 7pm at Willowbrook Baptist Church
26th- Graduation PRACTICE @10am at Von Braun Center Arena
@ 5:30PM at the Von Braun Center Arena
Hello Grissom Nation,
Our Open House went wonderful and
we had awesome participation.
Thank you to all that helped make it so wonderful.
I think our rising 9th graders got a lot of
information as did all the others.
The map of the school was also a big hit.
I think it will help alleviate some fears of
moving to a new school.
I want to wish everyone a wonderful Spring Break
and we look forward to all the students returning
March 20th ready to finish off the year.
Principal, Grissom High School
HAPPY SPRING BREAK EVERYONE!!
****PARKING AT THIS SCHOOL IS ASSIGNED.****
VISITOR PARKING IS IN FRONT OF THE AUDITORIUM AND IS CLEARLY MARKED WITH WHITE PAW PRINTS WITH A "V" IN THEM.
ANY PARKING SPOT WITH ANY NUMBER IS ASSIGNED TO EITHER A TEACHER OR STUDENT SO PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN THEM AT ANY TIME FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME. THE TOW TRUCK WILL BE MAKING ITS ROUNDS AGAIN SOON SO PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF WHERE YOU PARK.
Here is what the visitor parking spots look like:
If you are picking up or checking out a student, visiting the school or subbing, and you are not parking in a spot like
this you ^^^^ are in the wrong spot!!
Subs, if you know the teachers spot you may park there but do not guess. When in doubt, visitor parking is the way to go. We have at least 40+ visitor spots.
Wednesday after school the Grissom Robotics Team hit the road! Heading toward Little Rock, Arkansas, for the first of two FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Regionals this year, the caravan included 13 students, 4 mentors and 2 Teachers. The team chose as a group to attend “Rock City” Regional to bond as a team and prepare for the “Rocket City” Regional in Huntsville the weekend after spring break.
Thursday was a day of work, the team spent their time working on the robot, the Team, and the “Pit,” which was home base. They also practiced on the field to test the different features of the robot that were specialized to complete many of the challenges of this year’s Game: “STEAMWORKS.” The challenges include collecting and delivering gears, shooting “fuel” into a “boiler,” climbing a rope, and driving around defensively.
The Qualification Rounds began Friday morning and finished up Saturday at lunchtime. The team made many modifications to the robot and greatly improved its performance, and in the end ranked 28th of 51 teams from 12 states. Right before the teams split for lunch, as the top 8 Teams formed Alliances for the Finals, Grissom Robotics was chosen to be on Alliance 4! In this alliance, we won 2 Quarterfinal rounds, and won 1 of 3 Semifinal matches- the furthest Team 3319 has ever gone at a robotics competition!
TEACHER NOTE: Mrs. Kelley & Mr. Sheehan are SO proud of the way the Team worked together! Great job, Drive Team, Pit Crew, Mentors, Parents, Marketing Team & Safety Captain!
If you are interested in coming to the local robotics competition it is March 23 to March 25, 2017 at the Von Braun Center.
You can view the event as a webcast at www.robotics.nasa.gov .
Two of Grissom's math team students, Alison Hu and Aaron Zhai qualified for the second round of tryouts for the US Math Olympiad Team. They took the second round test, the American Invitational Math Exam this week, 15 open-ended questions in 3 hours!
Congratulations to these students for qualifying for and surviving this competition!
ALLsummer camps and activities will be held at the new Grissom High School.
This is for all athletic and extra-curricular activities such as athletic camps/practices and band camp/practice. Please make sure this information is communicated in your camp flyers, as well as, to your students and parents.
SUMMER SCHOOL WILL BE AT HUNTSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FROM JUNE 5- JUNE 30TH. REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON APRIL 3rd.
MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW IN THE COMING WEEKS AND STAY POSTED ON THE HUNTSVILLE CITY SCHOOLS WEBSITE.
Welcome to Grissom Theatre!Whether you’re a parent, a student, a performer or an audience member – we hope you can find what you’re looking for right here. Our 2016 – 17 Season is going to be great! We have five great shows we will be performing this year – “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet”, “Grand Central” (an original one act written by a Grissom Alumna), “Best Christmas Pageant Ever”, “Check Please: Take 2 / It’s Not You; It’s Me”, and “Disney’s Beauty & the Beast Musical”. We hope you will come watch the Grissom students shine at each of these performances.
If you have any questions regarding the season or the program, feel free to email any of the following people:
Or feel free to call the theatre office at 256-428-8026. Messages left there get checked every weekday.
Follow us on:
Facebook: Grissom High School Theatre
Parent's, If your child will be attending an overnight field trip, please make sure you pick up the forms from the clinic or print them from the Huntsville City Schools website & have the doctor fill them out appropriately for any medications they will need to take on the trip. You must bring the paper work & the medication to the clinic no later than 3 days before the field trip is scheduled to leave. The student's are not allowed to bring them in. If you have any questions, please contact us at 256-428-8000 ext. 140 or ext. 273.
Vida Walls, RN
Brooke Owens, LPN
As you may already know, the Alabama Department of Public Health has indicated that influenza-like illnesses have been widespread in the state, and across the southeast.
Huntsville City Schools is doing everything possible to protect the health of our students and staff and limit the spread of any illnesses. Our custodians and school staff have specific products to clean all areas of each school to help disinfect our buildings, and they take extra steps to clean items such as door handles, handrails, and other high contact surfaces. Our school nurses are staying informed and monitoring the situation on a daily basis.
We also ask your help to limit the spread of germs by keeping your child home if they are sick. Our procedures require that a child not return to school until 24 hours after the last episode of such symptoms as fever, skin rash, vomiting, diarrhea, respiratory cough, etc. The HCS Student Illness Exclusions handout attached to this email contains additional information. Student-Illness-Exclusions-SPL-HS-P2-R5.pdf
Preventative tips for the home include, washing your hands often, disinfecting common contact surfaces, covering your coughs and sneezes, staying home if you have fever, and calling your physician if symptoms get worse.
The health and well-being of our students, staff, and parents is our top priority at Huntsville City Schools and we ask you to follow our health procedures and tips to help everyone.
We had a successful performance at the Panther Invt but it was miserable weather wise. Under the terrible conditions, it is amazing how well the kids performed. Kudos go out to everyone but especially to the 4X800 relay, Tyler Andrews, Mack Harris, Jackson Thomas and Jacob Sykes who placed 3rd; Nikki Mata who had an amazing 300 Hur race placing 1st; Jackson Thomas placing 2nd in the 1600m and 3rd in the 800m; Brice Bennick placing 2nd in the 400m and the 4X400 relay team, Christophe Smith, Tyler Andrews, Allan Anderson and Brice Bennick placing 1st. As a combined team, we placed 7th overall out of 22 teams. We call that a successful meet. We will be competing next at James Clemens H.S.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS ALABAMA SENDING AN ATHLETE TO 2017 WINTER WORLD GAMES IN AUSTRIA
We are proud to announce that Laura Beth Matus of Huntsville will be representing the United States, as part of Special Olympics USA at the Special Olympics World Winter Games. The Games will be held March 14-25, 2017 in Graz, Ramsau, and Schladming, Austria. Laura Beth will be competing in figure skating.
Special Olympics USA is the national team that represents the United States at the SO World Summer and Winter Games. This year’s team will be comprised of a 210 member delegation consisting of 150 athletes, 40 coaches and approximately 20 delegation members who support team operations. The delegation also includes Special Olympics Unified Sports team, where people with and without intellectual disabilities compete together as teammates. Team members spent a week in Killington, Vermont in December training for competition in seven sports: alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, figure skating, floor hockey, snowboarding, snowshoeing and speed skating.
Matus serves as the only athlete representing Alabama at the 2017 Special Olympic World Games. “I’m looking forward to skating, getting a gold medal, and traveling in an airplane across the ocean,” said Matus. Laura Beth has been an active Special Olympics athlete for the past eight years, having earned a gold medal each year at the Southeast Region Special Olympic Ice Skating competition. Matus has been skating since she was 5 years old, and is best known for blowing kisses to the judges after her routines. In addition to her love of figure skating, her other hobbies include dance, theater, yoga, horseback riding, and choir. Her favorite type of dance is jazz, and she has proudly won Homecoming Court the past two years at her high school. Laura Beth also loves to travel and in her 17 years of life has visited 35 states, 3 Provinces of Canada, and several National Parks including Yosemite, Yellowstone, Acadia, Great Smokey Mountains, Olympic, Mount St. Helens, and Banff National Park in Canada. Through skating competitions, she has visited several states including Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee. When asked what she is most proud of, Matus described her dedication to being an athlete. She believes competing at the World Games will be her biggest accomplishment yet. “I worked really hard and it’s paying off”, she said.
This is expected to be the largest Special Olympics World Winter Games in history. An estimated 2,600 athletes from 106 nations will compete in 9 sports: floorball, floor hockey, stick shooting, figure skating, speed skating, alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.
ESPN’s global television networks and digital media will bring extensive coverage to sports fans and supporters of Special Olympics movement around the world. ESPN’s coverage, from March 18-25,
marks the first-ever global coverage for a World Winter Games event. As an official broadcaster of the Special Olympics World Winter Games, ESPN’s television coverage will be carried across its networks in the U.S. as well as streamed through WatchESPN and the ESPN app. To follow Special Olympics USA, visit www.specialolympicsusa.org and follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/specialolympicsusa, www.facebook.com/austria2017, Twitter:@specialolyUSA, Instagram: @specialolympicsusa #Cheer4USA #iskateriedell #austria2017 #SOWWG2017
Caleb Minor 1st place
Laura Beth Matus 2nd place
Nathan Zirstein 2nd place
Martin Hopkins 4th place
2017-2018 STUDENT REGISTRATION
It is that time of the year again. To start registering for the 2017-2018 school year. If your child is already enrolled in a Huntsville City School, you should've already received an email asking you to do your INFOSNAP. This is different from INOW.
INFOSNAP is registration and will include emergency information, medical and pickup information. This is done every year and requires you to have your child's SNAPCODE. (more on that in a minute.)
INOW is where you check your child's grades and classes. This is done by logging into the parent link portal on Huntsville City Schools website. This has a specific username and password and is also where you can find your child's Snapcode if you didn't get the email. If you don't know how to get into the parent portal, that information may be given to you in person, in the front office. Your child should also have it.
INFOSNAP can be done thru HCS website. Simply click on the ENROLL A STUDENT tab. There is one for a NEW STUDENT. That means new to the Huntsville City Schools System, not just a particular school.
For instance, if your child is going to Whitesburg P-8 and will be going to Grissom next year you would need to do the RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION. Same if your child is going from Jemison to Grissom or vise versa, it's RETURNING. If you just moved here or you lived or went to a school in the county, that would be NEW STUDENT.
I have included both links here. You can also get them in English or Spanish. If you do not have a computer I encourage you to use your child's laptop and register them for next year.
If you were not sent an email asking you to register your child for next year, you may find their snap code in INOW and just go to the HCS page and do "RETURNING STUDENT". ( It will ask for an email address but I believe you can also use a cell number to log in to INOW.) Simply log into INOW and go to the DEMOGRAPICS tab on the left and click it. Scroll to the bottom and you should see your child's snap code listed.
If you have questions it can all be answered on the HCS website or you may call the office and we will try and help you. Please remember codes and usernames CANNOT be given out over the phone. You must come in and present an ID.
Parents and students of all ages who are interested in learning more about the recruiting process and playing sports in college are invited to our "NCAA 101 Part B: The Recruiting Process" outreach session.
Upcoming MARCH Parent Outreach Event! NCAA 101-Part B: Looking to Play in College? The recruiting process… (Targeting grades 8-12)
Daytime Event: Thursday, March 23 at 11:30 am in the Grissom High Library City-wide evening event is Tuesday, March 21 at 6 pm at Jemison High School *Speaker for the evening Session: Cade Smith (UAH Volleyball Coach)--Evening Session ONLY.
College & Career Counselor for Grissom and Lee High Schools
256-529-8842 (voice or text)
Follow us on Twitter! @hcscollegecouns
We had a successful 1st track meet Saturday. The weather was absolutely perfect, unusually for an early season track meet. This was the first high school track meet for several of the kids and they did great. Many of the kids had their outdoor P.R's ( personal records). Some of our standouts were Nikki Matta placing 1st overall in the 300 Hur, Sarah Lewis placing 4th in the 3200m, The girl's 4X400 relay team placed 3rd. Jackson Thomas placed 2nd in the 3200m, Allan Anderson placed 3rd in the 800m. We will compete this Saturday at Milton Frank in the Panther Invitational.
April is Autism Awareness Month and The Autism Society of Alabama and Making Connections ASD
Networking Group are needing volunteers for several events as follows:
The Walk for Autism will take place Saturday April 1st at Whitesburg P8 School!
We need students to volunteer for 2, 4, or 6 hour shifts for the following:
Friday evening March 31st from 5pm - 8pm to set up tables & chairs and hang banners.
Saturday, April 1 from 6am till 2pm. (Welcome Committee, T-shirt table, Childrens Section,
Food & Drinks, Resource Fair, Runners, Set up and Tear Down. )
Volunteers will receive free pizza, drinks etc and are free to enjoy all the walk festivities
once their shift is completed.
Students can sign up for their preferred section. Please email Norma Pedersen by March 20th at firstname.lastname@example.org your name, age, email, phone and time available to volunteer.
Please check out the Grissom Boys and Girls Soccer Facebook and Websites to see how they are doing this season and when the next games are.
Same with Grissom Softball.
I think all the teams are doing great.
Schedule for Graduation Activities
Senior Banquet, Thursday, May 4th, 6:30pm, Grissom Commons Area
Senior Exams- Monday, May 15th - Thursday, May 18th, during regular class time. (Monday 6th & 7th, Tuesday 4th & 5th, Wednesday 2nd & 3rd, Thursday 1st)
Honors and Awards Night, Monday, May 22nd – 6:00pm, Willowbrook Baptist Church
Graduation Practice – Tuesday, May 23rd 10:00am, Grissom Main Gym
Baccalaureate Ceremony – Tuesday, May 23rd , 7:00pm, Willowbrook Baptist Church
Graduation Practice – Friday, May 26th, 10:00am, Von Braun Center Arena
Commencement Exercises, Friday, May 26th, 5:30 pm, Von Braun Center Arena
Grissom Cheerleaders will be holding tryouts for the 2017-2018 season on March 22-24 from 3:30 to 5:00 at GHS.Information and physical forms will be available in Coach Ceraolo's room FF6 next week and at each middle school office.The pre-tryout meeting will be March 2, 2017 at 6:00pm in the GHS Senior Cafeteria.
Grissom Volleyball players are selling Save Around (formerly Enjoy the City) coupon books for $25 each. They still have $20 worth of Fresh Market coupons, redeemable at the Southeast Publix stores as competitor coupons, and a coupon redeemable for a $10 Sam’s gift card when you renew your membership so you’re already getting cash back on your purchase while you support the team! The books have hundreds of additional coupons for both area and national businesses – Dick’s Sporting Goods, Redbox, Yogurt Mountain and Six Flags over Georgia, to name just a few. Contact your favorite volleyball player, Coach Broadway in FF1 or e-mail email@example.com purchase one. They are a great value!
Grissom High School "A" Jazz band has been accepted once again as 1 of 12 jazz bands from across the United States to compete in the Savannah Music Festival's Swing Central Jazz Competition. The competition is held the last week of March 2017. The week is filled with clinics, master classes, concerts, and performances. We are very humbled to be among some of the best jazz band in the country.
@ Calhoun Tournament at Wilson Morgan Park in Decatur March 10-11
@ Gulf Shores Spring Break Tournament March 13, 14 and 15
@ Hartselle @ 4:30pm March 21
** HOME GAME vs. Sparkman March 23 @ 4:30pm
** HOME GAME vs. Buckhorn March 27 @ 4:30pm
** HOME GAME vs. Huntsville March 28 @ 4:30pm
We will be hosting a Breast Cancer Awareness Game on March 28th against Huntsville. For this event we will be having a raffle for a basket full of wonderful prizes to include: Mellow Mushroom, Learning Express, Fresh Market, Firehouse Subs, WhichWich, Nothing Bundt Cakes, and many more! Please see a softball player to purchase your raffle ticket for $5 each and you DO NOT have to be present to win. ALL proceeds will be donated to the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Fund.
Only 20 days Until race day! Please register at http://www.imathlete.com/events/EventOverview.aspx… The Warrior 5K is taking place on April 1st 2017 at Grissom... High School.
Please share this post to help spread the word and share our page! Thank you for all for your support of our 8th Annual Grissom JROTC warrior 5K!
This year's race will prove to be another tremendously patriotic event. It contains some of the exciting attractions from previous years as well as new thrills. Highlights include:
Race Marshals from the local community
*The Semper Fi Riders
*Vets with Vettes
*Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Exhibits
*Military Formation Runners Calling Cadences
*High School JROTC and College ROTC Team Competition
This race benefits two wonderful organizations, Semper Fi Community Task Force and the Grissom High School JROTC Program. The Semper Fi Community Task Force focuses on reintroducing wounded veterans into civilian life in America. The mission of the Grissom High School JROTC Program is to motivate young people to become better citizens.
PACKET PICK UP is Friday, March 31st from 10am-6pm at 1st Place Athletics, 805 Regal Dr. SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
Mark your calendars for Grissom Band's 2nd Annual Car Show
Saturday, May 6, from 9am-2pm
We are raising money to purchase new sousaphones and drum-line equipment for march band. This equipment is over 25 years old. If you are interested in being a sponsor or donating toward new instruments, please email Amy or Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check with your teacher to see what the fee is for your AP class as some of them vary.
It’s time to start thinking about which AP courses grab your interest, and how they might start you on the right path to college and career success.
Grissom Choir Fundraiser and have your taxes done.
Congrats to all three bands! Awesome ratings at MPA's! Congratulations to the Grissom Concert Band for earning an all superior ratings at District I Music performance Assessment on Thursday.
Another big congratulations to Symphonic Band 1 and Symphonic Band 2 for receiving all superior ratings Friday at the District 1 Music Performance Assessment.
Students met with counselors this week to go over classes and requirements for next year. Registration forms were handed out and need to be returned to the students English teacher by Friday, March 10. If you have any questions please contact your child's grade level counselor.
College Preview Days – These events are held on college campuses – often on Saturdays. They often involve group tours of the campus and dorms, meetings for students and parents on topics like housing and financial aid, and opportunities to learn about specific college majors. Check the college admissions website at specific schools for dates and registration information. A few dates are listed below.
UAH – March 25
UNA – March 18
Montevallo – March 11
UA – March 6, March 27
Mississippi State – March 20, March 27
MTSU – March 18
Launching Aspiring Biotechnology Scientists - FREE After-School Program sponsored by Hudson Alpha:
The program is a two-year commitment. Participants who are selected this year will engage, grow and learn together over four semesters, concluding the program in Spring 2019. Students will meet in the educational labs at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 to 6 pm for six weeks each semester.
Applications for L.A.B.S. open in December and close in February and include a visit to each applicant’s school after the deadline in February. A selection committee will choose which students will be invited to participate in the program, and students will be notified of their selection before the end of the 2016-2017 school year. The program includes a parent orientation the week before the first session in September 2017.
Applicants must be:
Enrolled in 8th through 10th grade in order to be eligible for the two year program.
Willing to commit four hours a week for six week semesters over the course of two years.
Able to provide their own transportation. Click here for details:http://hudsonalpha.org/…/launching-aspiring-biotechnology-s…
If you are looking for a summertime job at a pool, this may come in handy.
This course offered at the SE Family YMCA (1000 Weatherly Road, Huntsville) is designed to give participants (ages 15+) the basic skills and knowledge needed to be lifeguards in pools and aquatic environments. CPR, First Aid and AED certifications included in cost of program. Participants must pass a swim test on the first day of class in order to remain registered. Meets March 2 (6pm-8pm); March 3 (5pm-9pm); March 4 (8am-3pm); March 5 (12pm-6pm), and March 6 (5pm-9pm). Cost is $160 for members/$260 for non-members. This is a blended course with e-learning. A link will be emailed to participants before class starts. $35 will need to be paid to Red Cross when registering on-line. Contact SE YMCA Aquatics Director, Rachel Marshall, at email@example.com or at 256-883-9622, ext. 126 for more information. Note: There are also sessions available in April and May.
Do you know a 7th through 12th-grade educator that deserves the nation's highest honor in STEM teaching? Nominate that teacher for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Anyone–parents, students, teachers or friends–can submit a nomination.
Winners receive a signed certificate from the President, a trip to Washington, DC for recognition events and a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation. The deadline is April 1st. https://www.paemst.org/
Here are our new logos. If you would like to use one in your shirts, merchandise or anything else, please email Mr. John Wright and he can get you the digital file for the logo you would like.
Want to check out a Grissom Website? Look no further.
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I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS FEATURE AND I HOPE TO ADD MORE.
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