Mentors make a difference in our students' lives every day! ⚡ #galesburgstrong
Our students were quite impressive at today Project: JobFair. Job well done!! ⚡
Upcoming Dates to Remember!
The GHS Band and Choir students are ready to get you into the holiday spirit! The GHS Holiday concert is being held tonight, 7 p.m. at The Orpheum Theatre!
Thank you to our community leaders for conducting Mock Interviews with GHS students in Contemporary Communications Class!
Today our GHS CARE students served our community by participating in Shop With a Cop along with members of the Galesburg Police Department ⚡
Today was the final Madrigal Dinner performance for our seniors. Great work, GHS class of 2020! ⚡
GHS CARE students Connor Aten, Max Carr, John Knapp and Officer Luna visit 14 year old accident victim and fellow GHS student Michael Gabbert at St. Francis today to deliver well wishes and encouragement.
These two ladies got a "turkey" competing at the UT Invitational today! That means they each bowled three strikes in a row. Way to go, Streaks! ⚡
Child Development students have learned how to best read books out loud and how to create lesson plans that have connected activities. We have focused on the areas of PIES; physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development from birth to the age of 7.
Environmental Science students perform a serial dilution of food coloring to simulate the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
Construction crews hit a one inch high pressurized gas line. Ameren is on the scene with Galesburg Police department. As a precaution students were evacuated from Wicall and the East Side of Galesburg High School. The line has been clamped and there is no longer a concern. We want to remind you that safety is our number one concern. School will dismiss at regular time today. Thank you.
GHS is having fun with December's spirit days! Check out some of our #intentionaltwinning happening on twin day today!
Mrs. Grodjesk and this group of seniors went to CSC last Friday for the Day of Transition. This is a professional conference that focuses on the skill set needed to transition to post high school employment as well as education. This group is excited for what comes next!
A recent run-in with a large bell has left the king demanding a "silent night" even as the court gathers to celebrate the holidays. What are we talking about? Find out at the 24th Annual Madrigal Dinner at Galesburg High School! Tickets are $15/person, please call 309-973-2001!
#twinning is winning when it's game day! Good luck, Streaks! ⚡
Working on 1920s character projects. #teamworkmakesthedreamwork
Environmental Science students generated the gases that cause acid rain. They then bubbled those gases through water to create acid rain and measured the pH of each resulting type of acid rain. Cool, huh?
Students in Ms. Gardner's class must answer an important question: would they rather receive $1,000 a day for 30 days, or receive a penny on day one of the month, and then double that amount each day for the month?
Come support Galesburg CUSD #205 students and get into the Holiday Spirit! We hope to see you!