Three GHS music students traveled to Andover Saturday, April 27, to compete at the State Music Festival.
Girard’s Seatbelts Are For Everyone program hosted the first-ever mock crash at GHS Thursday, April 25.
Haderlein Elementary has been working with students in the English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program to reinforce and supplement traditional classroom teachings and activities.
15-Baseball & Softball Regionals
16-GHS Spring Concert @ Auditorium 7 p.m.
17-Senior Awards Assembly @ Gym 8 a.m.
During library time in a group setting, third-grader Broc Scales reads “The Five Chinese Brothers” to RVH preschool students Wednesday, April 24. Third-graders also regularly pair up individually with preschool students and read to them to help facilitate their interest in reading.
8-Boys Golf @ Galena/Riverton 8 a.m.
9-League Track @ Riverton 3 p.m.
-Boys Golf @ Columbus
Five forensics students competed at the State Festival for one-act plays in “The Grip of Fate” and earned a 1 rating for their performance.
Eighty-six Girard High School seniors participated in mock interviews Wednesday, April 17, in the high school gym.
The annual Kayette Mother-Daughter Tea took place Wednesday, April 24, at GHS. Ceremonies began at 1 p.m. in Shireman Auditorium and lasted until 3 p.m.
Christian Provence, the new Girard Kayette president, greeted Kayettes and their guests.
Eleven Girard High School seniors signed with area colleges during the 2012-2013 school year.