There is a link for senior picture/baby picture requirements below for the Class of 2023. Take a look at the requirements before having pictures taken. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OXrw-0rNrwAXx2ZzKZK-8gGDq7eaUHxA/view?usp=sharing
Attention All Summer School Students: All summer school sessions will be held Virtually (no in person requirement) Session one: June 13- July 15 *off July 4-8 Instructors will be available through email and google phone as needed M-F 8:30 - 3:30. Session 2: July 18 - August 1 Registration for session 2 will be open from June 20 - July 1st. If you have any questions about the summer school program please reach out to our summer school instructors, Amy Schmidt and Ann Vayre at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention JGHS students! There is an opportunity to volunteer for Summer 2022! The formerly called ‘Camp Meadows’ (name changed to ‘Blooming Meadows’) will be held June 20th through July 27th, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, 10 AM to 1:45 PM; no session on Monday, July 4th. Please pick up forms in the main office if interested! Hope to see/work with you this Summer as you interact with the individuals having special needs. Your hours will be recorded for your use as Community Service Hours and/or your applications for college or tech schools. Notes: Blooming Meadows is now being sponsored by Disability Services Resource Center, 1820 North Trumbull Drive, Bay City, 4806 (989-895-5444); Executive Director - Gail Frahm. Due to State licensing rules, the name needed to be changed. Formerly, Camp Meadows was sponsored by the YWCA - Great Lakes Bay Region. The change of place is due to current construction being done at Bush School; we will be holding the Programs at Linsday School, 607 LaSalle, Bay City, 48706. Inservice will be held the day each volunteer volunteers for the first time for the Summer. Please be at Linsday School at 9:30 AM on your first day of volunteering. Any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact me. Diane Rapson Gabil Summer Special Needs Enrichment Programs (SSNEP), Director email@example.com 989-392-1080
Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Here is a link to some candid photos taken at graduation. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1KKFd4WMLQZsgdVmHKKFpF7OzHV97HMxp?usp=sharing
Happy Graduation Day to the Class of 2022! We are so incredibly proud of all of you. Once a Bobcat . . . Always a Bobcat!
Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works! Summer YOUNG Professionals Program We are offering a new opportunity for our region’s 16-24 year-olds to explore their interests and career pathways, develop workplace skills and engage in structured learning experiences so they are better prepared for careers of the future. During this 6-10 week program, participants receive personalized career coaching designed for young talent: Developing a professional resume Learning fundamental job skills Connecting to paid work experience (20-25 hrs. a week) Engaging in professional development: college tours, employer visits, soft skill development (4 hrs. a week) Eligibility: 16-24 years of age Can be in or out of school Permanently reside in either Bay, Gratiot, Isabella, Midland or Saginaw County Household meets the ALICE threshold or young professional faces challenges based on homelessness, pregnancy/parenting, emancipation from parents At Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works!, we celebrate the untapped potential of young talent in our communities! We want to help create new “employees of the month” through personalized services, preparation for education and training beyond high school or GED completion, outstanding resources to build skills and work experience, scholarships, mentors, and loads of support to overcome life barriers. If you are someone (or know someone) who could benefit from this summer’s Young Professionals program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please support the Class of 2024 fundraiser.
Attention Seniors! Tomorrow is NEXT STEP DAY! Wear your college , military, trade school or career shirt! We can't wait to see what your future holds!
There is a FLASH SALE running on our apparel website. Below you will find the link and the ad. https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/michigan/baycity/john-glenn-high-school
YEARBOOK ORDERS *LAST CALL There’s nothing better than seeing everyone together again in the 2022 Yearbook. Our students and staff have been diligently capturing the memories of this whole school year. If you want a copy of the Yearbook you must order by Sunday, May 29 . We will not have extra books in the Fall when they arrive at school. Order at www.jostensyearbooks.com
BIG 10 Alliance Event! Student Event: Thursday May 19, 7:00pm—8:30pm Join the Big Ten Academic Alliance as we host the Admissions Officers of the Big Ten! Learn from all 15 institutions about their admissions process and about what makes their school unique. Get your questions answered in our break-out Q&A rooms. Move between sessions to hear from all the institutions you may be interested in. Register NOW! https://btaa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nhccdrN_QPGUgYYiSuTHhg
Attention Seniors who might be interested in construction or a survey job through Spicer group. Check out this opportunity!
If you haven’t ordered your 2021-2022 yearbook yet, you have just 7 days left since orders will end May 20. The link to order is below. We do not order extra yearbooks so order now before it’s too late. https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1065034/JOHN-GLENN-HIGH-SCHOOL/2022-Yearbook/2021071504164603365/CATALOG_SHOP
Good Morning, Due to an unforeseen conflict with postseason athletic tournaments, we will be switching days for our honors assemblies next week. We will simply be flip-flopping the days for the Juniors/Seniors and the Freshmen/Sophomores. The new schedule for honors assemblies will be as follows: Sophomores - Thursday, May 19th @ 8:00 am Freshmen - Thursday, May 19th @ 1:00 pm Seniors - Friday, May 20th @ 8:00 am Juniors - Friday, May 20th @ 1:00 pm The lists of students receiving awards on these days have been sent out to the individual families through Skyward. The lists are also posted outside of the main office doors.
We are pleased to announce that the John Glenn High School Yearbook program received a National Program of Excellence Award from Jostens!
JGHS Students and Parents: Summer school registration is now open. Any John Glenn student that failed a 1st semester class or ends up failing a 2nd semester class that is required for graduation will need to take a credit recovery class during summer school. If the credits are not earned during summer school, students will have to repeat the course during the next school year. Please see the attached flyer for more information. If you are unsure if you or your John Glenn student needs to attend summer school, please reach out to our counselors Emily Gokey at email@example.com or Sara Engelberts at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call the counseling office at 989-684-7510 x2206. Summer School Registration Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYeEBNVBHJYF1iE7z1JJLWULpMjGvwV9eRakjizE76jHYbtQ/viewform
GMCA and ABC LOGIC (Ladies Operating for Growth in Construction) are excited to announce we are hosting Power UP: It’s a mother-daughter event 5:30-8:30 pm Wednesday, May 18 at the Midland Curling Club, 2009 Jefferson Ave., Midland. Girls will spend the evening participating in hands-on activities, listening to dynamic speakers and exploring career opportunities in the construction industry. This FREE event is for female students grades 6-12 and her mom/legal guardian/adult. Register here: https://www.poweruploud.org/mdtmichigan
JGHS Seniors and Senior Parents, We are proud to announce that we have partnered with Harbour Light Photography to take pictures of our graduates during the commencement ceremony on Friday, June 3rd. Please see the flyer for information on how to order commencement pictures.
Any senior who has received a scholarship, please see Ms.Rau in the counseling office or email her at email@example.com so your scholarship can be announced at the award assembly.
The Dow Bay Area Family YMCA manages a scholarship fund for the Rowley family in which scholarships are provided for youths or families from Bay County who wish to attend a faith-based overnight or YMCA resident camp. Scholarship applications must be returned to the Dow Bay Area Family YMCA, Attn: Tami Ashlock, by April 29, 2022. If you have any questions, please contact me at (989) 895-8596. Thank you so much for your time.