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School Breakfast... We encourage all students to eat a nutritious breakfast which will prepare them for their school day. Research shows that students who eat breakfast:
*Score better on standardized tests.
*Improve academic achievement
*Have fewer health issues
*Behave better in class
ALL STUDENTS are eligible to participate in the school breakfast lunch program.
If you walk, take a bus or come to school by car, you may still have a breakfast at school.
If you receive a free or reduced lunch you also receive a free or reduced price breakfast.
There is no extra paper work required.
Breakfast is a bargain at $1.50
Reduced Price Breakfast is $ 0.30
Free priced students receive a free breakfast
East Breakfast Today!
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about the Kroger Community Rewards Program.
Reading at GBCS goes mobile. GBCS Library Program introduces cloud-based books. How students discover, borrow, and read books from the library has expanded into the digital era. Yes, books are still on the shelves - they are now in a variety of places! The 3M Cloud Library offers mobile apps for borrowing and reading library books on personal devices. Our middle school and high school students can read and check-out books at home or on the go from nearly anywhere. Instructions and compatibility information is located on the West MS Library website.
ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY POLICY
- Teachers will submit their cumulative marking period grades every two weeks for student athletic eligibility.
- Students may have no 4’s in citizenship or E’s academically in order to participate in athletic contests.
- Eligibility lists will be handed out to teachers on Wednesdays and will be due to the athletic office by Friday at noon. Teachers will indicate on this list any student who is receiving an “E,” a “4,” or a “W.” (A “W” is a warning that the student is in danger of receiving an “E” or a “4.” It will not make the student ineligible.)
- Teachers will inform students on Friday that he/she received a “W,” an “E,” or a “4.” Students will be given an Athletic Eligibility Report that is to be taken home, signed by a parent or guardian, and then returned to the Athletic Office.
- Students that are ineligible will be permitted to practice with their team until they are declared eligible. Ineligible students will NOT be permitted to attend away games with their team. It is expected that academically ineligible students will make the necessary effort to become eligible.
- Students that are ineligible cannot participate in any athletic contests until such time as they are eligible.
- A student must pass all classes for the marking period immediately prior to trying out or participating for the next sporting season (subject to review by the athletic committee).
- If an athlete is ineligible two times during an athletic season, the athlete may be dismissed from participating for the remainder of the season.
- A retained student’s athletic eligibility will be reviewed, on an individual basis, by the school’s athletic committee.
- Final cumulative grades for exiting 6th and 7th grade students and for new 7th and 8th grade students must meet the eligibility requirements or their participation in fall athletics will be subject to a probationary review by his/her school’s athletic committee.