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Great Brook students share original stories with Antrim Elementary preschoolers. While the younger students enjoy the stories and pose questions, the older students have an opportunity to practice their reading, speaking, and presentation skills.

Great Brook students share original stories with Antrim Elementary preschoolers. While the younger students enjoy the stories and pose questions, the older students have an opportunity to practice their reading, speaking, and presentation skills.

GBS science students are examining the ecosystem at Otter Brook Conservation Center. They will catalog the plants and animals that live there and make observations throughout the school year.

GBS science students are examining the ecosystem at Otter Brook Conservation Center. They will catalog the plants and animals that live there and make observations throughout the school year.

GBS 7th- and 8th grade Language Arts students are participating in a poetry project with algorithmic artist Nathan Kroms Davis. Students read aloud as words are sporadically transmitted to their screens, creating a textured and layered choral effect.

GBS 7th- and 8th grade Language Arts students are participating in a poetry project with algorithmic artist Nathan Kroms Davis. Students read aloud as words are sporadically transmitted to their screens, creating a textured and layered choral effect.

GBS students respond enthusiastically to motivational speaker Ed Gerrity at a recent assembly. Respect, gratitude, and kindness are at the heart of Gerrity's character-building message.

GBS students respond enthusiastically to motivational speaker Ed Gerrity at a recent assembly. Respect, gratitude, and kindness are at the heart of Gerrity's character-building message.

A GBS 6th grader shows his edible diorama depicting the Texas Rangers' baseball stadium. R.A. Dickey's book "Throwing Strikes" was the inspiration for the lavishly decorated cake.

A GBS 6th grader shows his edible diorama depicting the Texas Rangers' baseball stadium. R.A. Dickey's book "Throwing Strikes" was the inspiration for the lavishly decorated cake.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 , 2014

DECEMBER HAPPENINGS

12/5 - 4:00pm Choirs caroling in Depot Square

12/5 - Quarter 2 Mid term 

12/8 - 1:00 Team Sports Photos

12/10 - 8th Grade trip to Otter Brook

12/11 - 6:30 Holiday Concert

12/13 - 10:00-3:00 Holiday Craft Fair at GBS

12/14 - 6:30-7:00 Caroling in Antrim

12/18 - 8:15-10:30 musicians to CVHS for their winter concert

12/19 - 1:20 Students of Excellence Assembly

12/19 - 6:30-8:00 Roller Skating

12/22-1/2 - Winter Break

1/5 - School will resume

The annual GBS Turkey Trot will be held on November 21st at 1:00pm

STUDENTS OF EXCELLENCE ASSEMBLY

The next Students of Excellence Assembly will be December 19th due to the November Turkey Trot.


ROLLER SKATING - NOV. 21st

Roller skating is from 6:30-8:00 pm in the GBS gym.


PTO MEETINGS

Mark your calendars!  PTO meetings are the second Thursday of the month. The next meeting will be held on January 8th at 6:30pm due to the Holiday Concert in December.

HOLIDAY CRAFT at GBS

December 13, 2014 in the Great Brook Gym from 10:00am to 3:00pm

District Notices

2014 - 2015 District School Calendar

2014-2015 Bus Routes


Parent Involvement Survey for Special Education Students

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Unsure About A Delay Or School Closing? WMUR Will Confirm

During the inclement weather season, the SAU will inform parents of a 2-hr delay or a school closing through an Alert Now phone message. Parents can also consult the WMUR weather page which lists all declared school closings and delays.



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Great Brook Middle School

16 School Street

Antrim, NH 03440

phone: 603-588-6630

fax: 603-588-3207

 

Principal:

Jim Elder

 

 

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