• New Learning Possibilities on Tap for 2022

    Posted by Laura Lake on 12/9/2021

    As we finish up this year and look forward to 2022, it is not only time to review and adjust student course schedules if needed, but also take stock of potential new learning opportunities! A poll was recently emailed to students to gauge interest in American Welding Society online courses and first aid certification training and Mental Health First Aid for Kids workshops.  Contact Ms. Lake for more information.

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  • ASVAB Slated for JAN 12

    Posted by Laura Lake on 12/6/2021

    The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) will be made available to all juniors and any seniors who would like to participate. In addition to assisting the armed services in recruitment, this assessment also correlates to civilian careers.  Students may take the ASVAB with no military obligation. For more information, see the Assessments section in the left menu bar. 

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  • GCHS Students to Attend NAU Indigenous Student Visit Day

    Posted by Laura Lake on 11/2/2021

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    NAU Indigenous Student Visit Day on NOV 5 is an opportunity for HS students to discover how NAU honors cultures through academic and personal development and to see how departments come together to support indigenous students in achieving success as college students.

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  • November is Career Development Month

    Posted by Laura Lake on 11/1/2021

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    NCDA promotes career development through its annual celebration of National Career Development Month. Every November, NCDA encourages a variety of career development activities and sponsors an annual Poetry and Art Contest. Check out the winners from last year for inspiration, and then submit your entries to Ms. Lake by DEC 15, 2021. Click the links below for details.

    Poetry and Art Contest

    https://ncda.org/aws/NCDA/pt/sp/ncdmonth

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  • Red Ribbon Week OCT 25-28

    Posted by Laura Lake on 10/20/2021

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    Red Ribbon Week brings awareness to substance abuse prevention. As stated at redribbon.org, this year's theme, "Drug Free Looks Like Me", is a "reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!"

    www.RedRibbon.org  FLYER

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  • Northern Arizona Transition Fair Set for OCT 20

    Posted by Laura Lake on 10/18/2021

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    All students, parents, and advocates across Northern Arizona are invited to this free online event showcasing options for students transitioning from high school. Contact Ms. Lake or Mrs. LaRouche for ZOOM link.

    FLYER

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  • PSAT Schedued for OCT 26

    Posted by Laura Lake on 9/29/2021

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    The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifing Test (PSAT/NMSQT) will be administered to GCHS juniors on Tuesday, October 26. See the Assessments section of the counseling page for more details.

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  • GCUSD Students to Learn About Internet Safety

    Posted by Laura Lake on 9/27/2021

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    A community outreach coordinator from the AZ Attorney General's office is scheduled to present to all K-12 students OCT 21. See the link below for more information and resources.

    https://www.azag.gov/outreach

     

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  • Red Ribbon Week to Be Celebrated OCT 25-28

    Posted by Laura Lake on 9/21/2021

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    Red Ribbon Week brings awareness to substance abuse prevention. As stated at redribbon.org, this year's theme, "Drug Free Looks Like Me", is a "reminder that everyday Americans across the country make significant daily contributions to their communities by being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!"

    www.RedRibbon.org  FLYER

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  • XELLO Is Coming to Grand Canyon

    Posted by Laura Lake on 9/16/2021

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    XELLO® is is a world class online career exploration tool designed to prepare students for future success. It provides an engaging program of information and activities that helps students build self-knowledge, personalized plans, and critical life skills.  Arizona ECAP requirements are also met through Xello. Check out the video at the link below.

    https://xello.world/en/

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