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4/26 - Last day of testing.  Period 1 begins at 10:40.  Congratulations to the GHS BOYS TRACK & FIELD team - league champions!
News & Announcements

Frog Musical Cancelled

Dear Gabrielino Community,
We received notification last night that we weren’t granted the copyright license to perform the Frog musical. Despite our best efforts, we couldn’t secure the license in time. It is with our sincerest regrets that we must cancel the performances or risk substantial fines for copyright violations.

We are very proud of our Drama program and the tremendous work put in by our students and faculty. We are exploring alternative dates during the summer by which time we hope to resolve the license issues. We will post updates as they become available.
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GHS - 2017 Gold Ribbon School!

Congratulations to the Gabrielino Community! GHS is one of the 275 schools selected by the California Department of Education to be a 2017 Gold Ribbon School. Gabrielino was selected for its focus on using collaboration models to increase student achievement and close the achievement gap.
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Daily schedule through April 28

Update 4/25: CAASPP testing will continue tomorrow from 8:00 to 10:30 for all students that need to complete or makeup missed tests. The lists and room assignments have been posted at the Student Center showing all students required to attend.

All other students need to be on campus by 10:30 Wednesday and Thursday.
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How do I Get Into College and When I Get In, Now What?

All students are invited to attend the next parent workshop on Wednesday starting at 6:30 in the Goodson Theatre. Roxanne Neal, Director of UCLA New Student & Transition Programs and UCLA Student Orientation counselors, will discuss how to prepare for college admission, and what college is like for students from different backgrounds. Ms. Neal will address admission expectations in the first 45 minutes. The UCLA students will share their experiences in a panel discussion following. The evening will finish with a Q and A with the audience.
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District LCAP Parent Survey

The State of California requires that school districts develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is a critical part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) which requires school districts to gather input from students, teachers, parents, community members, and public agencies to determine the goals, actions, and budget priorities for the district.

Please take a few moments to provide your input into this important process by clicking on the LCAP survey as appropriate in the links below.
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