GPS Mission and Vision

GPS Mission and Vision
 
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GPS Headlines

  • April Vlog Post

    Click the link to watch an important video from Dr. Rice

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  • Donnie’s Dashers

    Imagine a young boy of 8 who dreams of being a star football player and running fast, but even though he tries hard he fails because of a debilitating muscular disease. Donnie Yniquez, a second grader attending Settler’s Point Elementary, has that dream and also that disease. Yet, he still has a flame of hope burning inside of him because of the outpouring of support from his school community.

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  • A Message from Dr. Kishimoto

    Gilbert Public Schools Community, I am enthusiastically looking forward to becoming a part of the Gilbert Public Schools family! Gilbert Public Schools is a community of talented leaders, teachers, and staff, and I take great pride in serving as your next Superintendent of Schools.... [click for more]

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  • Alo. Bonjou! Kouman ou ye?

    Translation from Creole: Hello. Good morning! How are you? Neely Traditional Academy celebrated International Mother Language Day on February 21st. The day is observed throughout the world to promote linguistic and cultural diversity in classrooms. Neely is proud of the language diversity on their campus and on this day students celebrate by sharing something in their native language on the daily announcements. Click the headline for more…

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  • Creative Cupcake War Teaches Teamwork

    Greenfield Junior 8th Grade students put their culinary knowledge to the test in a battle for the tastiest cupcake during the Second Annual Cupcake Wars. Working in teams they collaborated, made decisions and shared responsibilities culminating in delightfully delicious cupcake displays, which were judged by lucky staff members. Click the headline for photos and more….

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  • GPS Students Shine at 15th Annual District Speech Contest

    The annual competition provides an opportunity for young students to learn how to think and speak clearly. Kindergarten through sixth-grade students are challenged to develop leadership qualities, learn the history of our nation’s laws, and to gain an understanding of the responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship. Click the headline for this years top competitors…..

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  • HHS Orchestra Director named Arizona Music Educator of the Year

    Highland’s Bill Bitter, has been recognized as one of the giants in the field of music education. The Arizona Music Educator of the Year Award is presented at the annual Arizona Music Educators Conference. The award “names the greats in our state, those who excel at teaching and who go above and beyond with their students.” For more and a video of their performance click the headline…..

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  • High School Art Students Recognized in Prestigious Art Show

    The 28th annual “New Horizons High School Art Exhibit" featured four GPS art students. The exhibit is presented by the historic Shemer Art Center and Museum, located in Scottsdale. The annual event supports art education in Arizona and celebrates talented art students. Click the headline to view the artists and their work…..

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  • Ashland Ranch Treats Teachers to Marvelous Makeover

    Principal Bill Roth was offered a unique opportunity to recognize and celebrate the wonderful teachers at Ashland Ranch. Spa Fly, a luxurious "Spa on Wheels” offered three free makeovers to lucky Ashland teachers and Principal Roth accepted. Winners were selected through a drawing. Click the headline for the transformation…..

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  • “Houston, We’ve Got A Problem”

    If you are old enough to remember the Apollo 13 flight and the first human steps on the moon, you might be surprised to know that today few young children express the desire to be an astronaut. Also, they are unfamiliar with the excitement the space race engendered decades ago. Sixth-grade teachers at Greenfield Elementary have set out to change that. Click the headline for the story….

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