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Winter Choir Concert

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Wednesday, December 7th, our choir students will have their Holiday Concert in the Don Wash Auditorium. Presale Tickets are available for $5 via any choir student or the Choir Director Amanda Mitton and $7 at the door. They will also be selling Tacos and Tamales. See the flyer for more details!

Parent Argo Meeting

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Join us for our next Parent Argo Meeting on Tuesday, December 13th in the Library. We will have a guest speaker from our ASPIRE program present to share information how to better communicate and build stronger bonds.

GGHS Monday Memo

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Argo Village,

As we head into Thanksgiving Break, here's a look at what we have upon return. Have great week!

Thank you,
Todd Nirk
Principal
GGHS

STOPit Platform Now Available to all GGUSD families and students

STOPit provides students and families with an anonymous reporting platform to report unsafe or inappropriate activity online, by phone or through the mobile app. The app also includes a Crisis Text Line giving students immediate access to trained and certified mental health counselors! Reporting is completely anonymous. You can include text, images or video. The whole process only takes a few minutes.

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs)

Did you know, in addition to teaching state standards, our school has developed our own Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs)? These expected learner outcomes go beyond the teaching of academic standards to teach students other skills that we would like them to acquire before they graduate from high school.

Expanded Learning Opportunities

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The Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) programs have started with general tutoring and expanded library hours both before and after school.

Family Resource Center

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Garden Grove Unified School District is committed to serving the academic and socio-emotional needs of all students and families. The district’s first Family Resource Center (FRC) was launched in August of 2017 to connect families with important community resources from trusted partners.