Jostens has some fun new ways to personalize your student’s yearbook this year! In additional to traditional name personalization, they added monograms & crests as well. The deadline to personalize your student’s yearbook and add any extras is Friday, February 23rd.
Here is the direct ordering link:
Featuring the writing and directing of GCS’s Honors Drama class, The Park Bench is a series of comedic and dramatic vignettes that explore topics from love to lose and cross eras from the Civil War to the future. Running time approx. 1 hour. Tickets $5 at door ONLY.
Purchase 1 item from each Harris Teeter brand for your chance to win $100 for you and $100 for your school in the Together in Education Link. Shop. Win. Sweepstakes.
Harris Teeter brands include Harris Teeter, Harris Teeter Organics, HT Traders, and Harris Teeter Farmers Market.
10 prizes will be awarded. Sweepstakes open from 1/31/18 – 2/27/18. All linked VIC cards prior to 2/27/18 eligible.
Gaston Christian School number for Harris Teeter is 2500.
Click here to link your VIC card to Gaston Christian School
Earn twice as much for your school on the purchase of any Harris Teeter brand pasta and pasta sauce between February 1 – February 28.
Your VIC card must be linked to a Together in Education code for your school to earn.
Attention Schools: This bonus will show in your Together in Education earnings and paid out with your regular earnings.
February 2, 2018
Dear GCS Family,
As most of you are aware, we were seeing students with signs and symptoms of the flu here at school. We also have had students with confirmed flu diagnoses. In order to prevent the spread of flu and other illnesses, I am asking that you do the following:
- I would ask that you review the CDC information regarding the flu (www.flu.gov). In addition, I would remind you that any student who has signs and symptoms of the flu should stay home. This includes fever (100 degrees Fahrenheit or greater), cough, sore throat, a runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, and feeling very tired. Some people may also vomit or have diarrhea, especially children.
- If your child complains of feeling unwell, please consider keeping them home until you are sure they are okay.
- Please keep sick children at home for at least 24 hours after they no longer have fever or signs of illness, without using fever-reducing medications. Keeping children with a fever at home will reduce the number of people who may get infected.
Please join us in making this a cooperative effort to avoid the spread of sickness. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call.
Gaston Christian School Nurse