Latest High School News & Announcements
Click here for a copy of the most recent daily announcements.
GRHS One of the Nation's Most Challenging Schools
We are pleased to announce that Glen Rock High School has again been selected as one of the Nation’s Most Challenging High Schools by the Washington Post. Click here for the story.
Synthetic Drug Awareness
Click here for importnat information on synthetic drug awareness.
2015 Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Schedule
Please open the file below for the schedule of Advanced Placement tests at Glen Rock High School, taking place in May of this year.
- 2015 AP Testing Schedule
Run for Class Officer!
Interested in helping your class with fundraisers, dances and other events? You should run for class officer! To have your name added to the ballot you must download, fill-out and return the following application to your class advisor. All students are encouraged to apply. Deadline is Friday, May 8 - no applications will be accepted after that date. If you have any questions see your class advisor.
- Application for Class Officer
GRHS Booster Club Senior Awards Dinner
Each June, the Glen Rock High School Boosters Club sponsors the Senior Awards Dinner recognizing Seniors who have participated in extracurricular activities or athletics during their high school years. This year’s event will be Tuesday, June 9th at Macaluso’s. Many Scholarships and Recognition Awards are presented at this dinner. Applications for specific Scholarships will be available from Jan Paul in the Athletic Department. Recognition Awards applications and dinner information will be sent home in April or print the attached information. Please adhere to the deadline of May 11th in order for your application to be considered. Contact Debbie Maitner at email@example.com with any questions.
March On The Air Video Newsletter
Our new episode of On The Air with Arlotta is here for you to enjoy. Click here to view it!
Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions
Please join us for a parent‐teacher discussion of Frank Bruni’s new book, Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania on Tuesday, May 26th, at 7:00 p.m. in the GRHSMS Media Center. Please e‐mail either Pat Mahoney (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kathleen Walter (email@example.com) if you would like to attend.
- Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be - Flier
The Borough of Glen Rock, The Glen Rock Police Department and the Glen Rock Environmental Commission would like to remind all motorists that it is illegal in the state of New Jersey to idle your vehicle for more than 3 minutes.
Please, Consider it - Be Considerate: turn off your engine when waiting and help protect the health and safety of children by reducing harmful vehicle emissions in town and around school campuses. Click here for a video made by some of our students regarding this campaign.
GRHS 9th Grader wins National Award
Laura Yuan of Glen Rock High School has won first-place national distinction in the InvestWrite essay competition. Laura, with the assistance of Glen Rock Business teacher, Samara Fluster, who was also recognized at an awards ceremony at the school on March 18th, competed against over 20,000 students nationally. Click here for a picture of Laura, Ms Fluster, members of the Glen Rock administration and representatives from SIFMA.
GRHS School Report Card
Click here for the Glen Rock High School School Report Card.
GRHS is on Twitter!
Glen Rock High School is pleased to announce the creation of two Twitter accounts, @PrincipalGRHS and @TheGlenEchoGRHS. With the growing importance of digital literacy and social networking in the modern world, Glen Rock High School will now share pertinent news, school events, and useful updates through the social media website, Twitter.
Principal Arlotta will tweet from the account @PrincipalGRHS, posting up-to-the minute important Glen Rock High School news and updates.
The high school newspaper, The Glen Echo, will post from @TheGlenEchoGRHS. This account will share Glen Rock High School news and updates from students’ perspectives.
Click here for information on utilizing our Point of Sale system for our cafeteria.
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying
There is relatively new legislation regarding Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB). Our district has always taken student misconduct seriously, in all forms, and will continue to do so. We support the goals of the law and will fully implement its requirements. The legislation requires reporting of suspected HIB, investigation and determination of whether the behavior is HIB or not. It defines specific reporting and follow-up activities. Harassment, intimidation or bullying means any gesture, written, verbal or physical act, or technological threat whether it be a single incident or a series of incidents that takes place on school property, at any school sponsored function, going to and/or from school, or off school grounds that substantially disrupts or interferes with the orderly operation of the school or the rights of other pupils.
The district policy and contact information for the Anti-Bullying Coordinator is available on the district website. The High School Anti-Bullying Specialist is Mr. Bill Crispino.
He can reached at (201)-445 7700 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Click here to access the form needed for reporting.
Click here for the Glen Rock school district definition of H.I.B.
Co-Curricular Offerings 2014-2015
Glen Rock High School offers a wide variety of co-curricular activities for our students. Click here for a list of these activities and their respective advisors.
Riding Your Bike to School
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Integrated Pest Management
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