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Jostens will be here on March 22nd to deliver caps, gowns, and anything else you have ordered up to this point. It is your responsibility to stop by the Jostens table on this day and pick up your things.
If you have an outstanding balance, please pay in full by March 21 using a debit or credit card only. Checks will not be accepted on delivery day. If you plan to pay on delivery day, only cash will be accepted. Please bring exact change.
If you plan on ordering a cap and gown on March 22nd, you must bring exact change or a money order. No checks will be accepted.
If you order a cap and gown after March 22nd, you must order online at jostens.com.
They are now accepting applications from public high school juniors for the 12th annual Bezos Scholars Program @ the Aspen Institute. The application deadline is February 16, 2016. More information is available at http://www.BezosFamilyFoundation.org/Scholars.
Each year, they select 12 high school juniors from across the US, and one educator from each of their schools, to become Bezos Scholars teams. Successful Student Scholar candidates are ambitious young people who bring academic achievement, energy, excellence and a desire to create positive change in their community. The Program kicks off with an all-expenses-paid scholarship to the Aspen Ideas Festival in Aspen Colorado (June 25-July 1, 2016) for both Student Scholars and Educator Scholars. It is a power-packed week of seminars and informal meetings with global leaders, acclaimed thinkers and social entrepreneurs. Previous Scholars have met with Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone and New York Times columnist David Brooks, to name a few. In short, it is an incredible experience for both students and educators.
Congratulations to the Goochland High School Scholastic Bowl team for winning the Quad Rivers Conference 34 Scholastic Bowl championship. Way to go bulldogs!
GRASP’s goal is to ensure that every student has an equal opportunity for continuing education after high school, regardless of financial or social circumstances. They would like to spread that message to high school students to make them aware of the resources that GRASP offers.
Please view the following video for more information https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enEK4rRTFJY