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A group of 6th graders spent an unseasonably chilly day in the greenhouse at Otter Brook Farm to talk about plant ecosystems and sustainability.

A group of 6th graders spent an unseasonably chilly day in the greenhouse at Otter Brook Farm to talk about plant ecosystems and sustainability.

Two GBS 8th graders recently traveled to Massachusetts to compete in the regional round of the National History Bee. Both did well, and one qualified to compete at the Finals in Atlanta, Georgia, in June. Huzzah!

Two GBS 8th graders recently traveled to Massachusetts to compete in the regional round of the National History Bee. Both did well, and one qualified to compete at the Finals in Atlanta, Georgia, in June. Huzzah!

An eighth-grade GBS art student shows her paper mola in progress. The intricate work requires perseverance and craftsmanship. The result is always stunning.

An eighth-grade GBS art student shows her paper mola in progress. The intricate work requires perseverance and craftsmanship. The result is always stunning.

The moose skeleton found in woods nearby was a feature attraction at this year's GBS Science Fair. Two eighth graders spent many hours cleaning and analyzing the bones for their presentation.

The moose skeleton found in woods nearby was a feature attraction at this year's GBS Science Fair. Two eighth graders spent many hours cleaning and analyzing the bones for their presentation.

GBS students and teachers share program details and personal experiences during a recent visit from the NH Excellence in Education Committee.

GBS students and teachers share program details and personal experiences during a recent visit from the NH Excellence in Education Committee.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014


CONVAL WEEKLY VIDEO


A MESSAGE FROM DR. MINNIHAN - END OF SCHOOL YEAR

Please click here to view Dr. Brendan Minnihan's letter regarding the end of school for the 2013-2014 school year.

LOOKING FOR SUMMER ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR CHILD?

We've created a folder within the "GBS Front Office" tab, (on the left).  Here, we are posting opportunities available for your child(ren) this summer.  Be sure to check in frequently as new posts will be added often.

"TRY-IT" PROGRAM FROM FOOD SERVICES

Food Services has introduced a new program which will feature a new item with our fresh fruits and vegetables offering for students to taste-test. These “try-its” will encourage healthy foods and build positive attitudes around trying new things. Please click here for more details which can also be found within our "GBS Front Office" tab located to the left in blue.

BIRDING CLUB

This is a new after-school program, sponsored by the Harris Center and led by Henry Walters and Cynthia Nichols, co-founders of the statewide New Hampshire Young Birders Club.  Students will learn how to spot, identify and count our local birds by sight and sound; discover species; earn community service hours through monitoring bird populations; and more. This club will meet on April 9, 16, 30 and May 7 in room 100.



MAY DATES TO REMEMBER

Apr.28 - May 2:  Grade 8 Washington D.C. Trip

May 4-7:  NEHT for grade 7

May 5:  PTO Meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Library

May 6:  GBS hosts the School Board Meeting

May 14:  Spring Concert starting at 6:30 p.m.

May 16:  Mid term for quarter 4

May 16:  Grade 8 Semi-formal dance from 6:30-9 p.m.

May 23:  Memorial Day assembly at 7:30 a.m.

May 23:  NHDI performance at Keene State College

May 26:  No School - Memorial Day

May 30:  Students of Excellence Assembly at 1:20 p.m.

May 30:  Roller Skating at 6:30 p.m.

District Notices

2014 - 2015 District School Calendar


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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