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IMPORTANT: Summer reading is changing this year. Click to find out about our new One Book, One School initiative! Be sure to cast your vote.

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ATTENTION: On behalf of the Gloucester County Highway Safety Task Force, click the link for more information about the“Share the Keys” program for teen drivers and parents.  Please pass it on to help share this important message to promote the safety of teen drivers. 

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Please Note: In the best interest of safety for our students, please be prepared to provide proper identification when signing out your child.

 

WEDNESDAY

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Do you want to help make a difference in someone's life? The Softball team will be coming around to homerooms during the month of April to collect items for the MOTHERS MATTER FOUNDATION. We are looking for new items to contribute to the Mother's Day Gift Basket Project. These items will go to less fortunate families so children are able to give their mother a gift that they truly need on Mother's day. We are looking for items such as shampoo, conditioner, lotions, makeup, socks, body wash, etc. Bring in as many items as possible by May 1 and your homeroom could win a donut party. See Coach Loiseau with questions.

 

Spring Clothing Drive: Project Graduation is sponsoring a SPRING CLOTHING DRIVE on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 8am - 11:30am.  Start cleaning out your closets now and save these items: clothing, towels, sheets, curtains, shoes, (shoes must be bagged separately), belts, handbags, stuffed animals, bikes, etc.    If you are not sure of an item, please contact Mrs. Kleine in guidance or Mrs. Kirkbride. 

 

Gateway Middle School proudly presents… AMY PIERCE AS MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER OF THE WEEK!  Mrs. Pierce is a hardworking and valuable member of the middle school staff.  Working with our middle school students in the cycle program, she guides them in the creative process of sewing.  The student’s enjoy working on the projects and assignments in the sewing classes, and are proud of their accomplishments.  Mrs. Pierce spends extra hours of her day working to make her program successful. The sewing cycle is one of the favorites for our students. Mrs. Pierce is a very deserving recipient of the Middle School Teacher of the Week. 

 

Attention ANIME CLUB:  We will meet today after school in room 424.  We have a guest speaker, so please be prompt.  See Mrs. Hill with questions.

 

Attention SPANISH CLUB:  The Spanish club will have a meeting TODAY after school at 2:45.

 

Attention FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS:  There will be a meeting TODAY after school in room 115.  Please plan to attend.

 

BOWLING CLUB:  There will not be a bowling club outing this week.  See Mr. Cunning with questions.

GIRLS SUMMER SOCCER:  Any eighth grade or high school girls soccer players that are interested in playing summer league soccer must see Coach Cunning in room 409 in order to pick up a summer league packet.

 

Attention FRESHMEN:  If you still did not turn in your Gertrude Hawk money, you must turn it in now.  Mrs. Evans will have to begin filling out fine forms for any money not turned in.  Please see Mrs. Evans in room 212 if you have any questions. 

 

Attention LEO CLUB:  The Chicken BBQ is this Sunday, April 27.  Please meet at the Lions Clubhouse in Westville by 1:00pm.  We will help package meals until 4:00pm.  Permission slips must be returned to Mrs. Gale ASAP.

 

GATOR IN NEED:  Sunday, April 27 between 9 - 3 there is a craft fair to benefit Richard Struss Jr. who needs a double lung transplant. It will be held at the Woodbury Heights Community Center on Helen Avenue with over 50 crafters and refreshments for sale for a good cause.   

 

OPERATION TAKE BACK:  Operation Take Back is a program to help safely dispose of unused or out dated prescription drugs.   All of the towns who attend Gateway will be participating in Operation Take Back NJ prescription drug drop off on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10am to 2pm.  If you live in Woodbury Hts., Wenonah and Westville your drop off point is the police department. If you live in National Park your drop off point will be at the Municipal building.

 

Hel-looooo BOOK CLUB!  We have a mandatory meeting in the library this Thursday to organize our Gertrude Hawk Candy Bar Sale.  If you cannot attend you must speak with Ms. Desmond ASAP!

 

Attention MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS:  There will be a PAJAMA DANCE on Friday, April 25th from 7-9.  Come out for some fun, dancing, and even a bit of karaoke.  Wear your favorite pair of PJs.  Prizes will be awarded.  See Mrs. Buehler or Mrs. Brennan with any questions.

 

Are you interested in being part of the upcoming TALENT SHOW AND LIP SYNC?  Come on out for an interest meeting on Wednesday, April 30th after school in Room 115.  See Mrs. Brennan if you have any questions.

 

Good morning, Gators!  The English Department needs your help!  This year, we will be piloting a ONE BOOK, ONE SCHOOL INITIATIVE FOR SUMMER READING.  We would like your help in choosing this year's summer reading book!  Now is the time to have your opinion heard!  Many of your favorite teachers, administrators, and even parents will be reading, too, so help us pick an awesome book!  How do you vote?  Check out the many signs around the school with QR codes to show book trailers.  The voting link can be found on the posters or on the school's website.  The link is: tinyurl.com/gateway1book!  Voting ends on May 16th.

 

NEWS FROM GUIDANCE:  This summer there will be an online PERSONAL FINANCE COURSE from July 1 to August 1.  Please see your guidance counselor for the registration form.

 

SPORTS RESULTS:

 

Congratulations to the BOYS TENNIS TEAM with their 4-1 win over Overbrook. Kyle Bright and Jack Eckstein both won their singles match in straight sets.  Ben Delany and Tommy Nicolle won their doubles match at first doubles.  Ian Norcross and Dalton Interlante also won in straight sets at second doubles.

 

Congratulations to the JV BASEBALL TEAM for beating Woodbury 2-0 yesterday. Mischa LeGoff struck out 5 batters in 5 scoreless innings to earn the win. Paul Southard drove in both runs, and Carl "The Machine" Ream pitched two innings to close out the game.

 

Congratulations to the GIRLS TRACK TEAM for their win against Collingswood yesterday and a tough meet against Overbrook.  Having an amazing day for the Lady Gators was junior Bri Rafferty...who won every event she was in against both teams...scoring an incredible 40 points for the day...this the most points you can win.  Bri threw 100 feet in the javelin, and also won the shot-put, discus, and pole vault.  Other standout performances for the day were turned in by Audrey Sims...who continues her dominance in the 100 and 400 meter hurdle events; Antonia Pote who scored her biggest day ever with 15 varsity points; Sarah Zuzulock and Sarah Pellegrino chipping in all over the track and field; Jessica Saunders and Marissa Mastrando in the distance events; Johanny Del-Orbe in the hurdles, and Nikki Hanson and Felicia Simmons in the throws.  Logan Zupko and Hannah Malfitano also had personal bests in their events.  Great job girls!!!

 

The BOYS TRACK AND FIELD TEAM lost a close meet to Overbrook yesterday 66-74.  Justin Fredhoff  had a great day in the distance runs... winning the 800, mile, and 2 mile against Overbrook and Collingswood and scoring 30 points on the day.  Also having a big day was RJ Blanton in the Shot Put, Discus, and Javelin with 4 first place finishes, a 2nd, and a 3rd for a total of 24 points.  Great effort!

 

LUNCH FOR TODAY:

Rotini Chicken Alfredo, Burger of the Week, Taco Pizza, Sautéed Broccoli, Romaine Salad, Made to Order Deli Sandwiches, Grab and Go Salads and Wraps.

 

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Board of Education and Executive Session Meeting dates and times:

(All meetings will be held in the Gateway's Media Center located at 775 Tanyard Road, Woodbury Heights, NJ, unless otherwise noted.)
November 14, 2012Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
December 12, 2012Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
January 7, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
February 13, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
March 13, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Budget Work Session & Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
March 16, 2013Tentative Budget Work Session (action may be taken) CANCELED
March 26, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Budget Public Hearing & Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
April 10, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
May 8, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM
June 12, 2013Executive Session (if needed) 6:30 PM Regular Meeting of the Board 7:00 PM