Congratulations to the Homecoming Royalty!
We'll just let the photos do the talking on this one.
Staff got into the spirit of Rhyme Without Reason day yesterday!
The Floral Design class took a field trip today to Milkhouse Flowers just outside of Glencoe. They learned what a flower farmer does and how they operate their business and were able to see some late crop flowers. They loved getting to visit a local business for class!
There's lots of school spirit in GFW!
We love seeing our students using their talents while being supported by the GFW Community!
Students had a great time getting excited at the Elementary Homecoming Pep Fest!
Homecoming Candidates showed off some serious secret handshake skills!
Student in Mrs. Kammerlander's FACS classes celebrated Bomb Pop Day with a special treat!
Here are our Homecoming Candidates! Homecoming is full of fun so far!
Despite the best efforts of the underclassmen, the Seniors won the Annual Cream Puff Volleyball Tournament!
Students at GFW Middle School and High School are enjoying delicious breakfast options! Today's menu featured parfaits with strawberry yogurt and peaches with granola or plain yogurt and peaches with granola.
We love when the Football players visit the Elementary School. Everyone had a great time!
Here are some impressive cheerleading skills from members of our GFW Community!
The GFW Class of 2003 held their 20 year Class Reunion this past weekend. Time flies when you're a GFW Thunderbird!
Students are making beautiful music at GFW High School!
Football players from GFW Middle School have started their season. Be sure to cheer on these students!
GFW Community Education Trip: Church Basement Ladies: A Mighty Fortress Is Our Basement on Wednesday, September 27. Back by popular demand! The Church Basement Ladies are at it again! After an included lunch buffet at Q. Cumbers, which features a 50’ long salad bar, a variety of hot entrees, soup and ice cream/dessert bar, we’re on our way to the Ames Center in Burnsville for A Mighty Fortress Is Our Basement! Call Tonia Schiro at 507-207-2236 for more information!
For GFW football players, being part of a team is about more than practices and games. When the Winthrop Lodge reached out and asked if any football players could help to wash the exterior part of their windows, 13 players volunteered. The team has done other volunteer activities in the and continues to show their commitment to the GFW Community on and off the field.
This week is National Suicide Prevention Week, which is an annual campaign to inform and engage health professionals and the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide. September is also Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Although mental health and suicide prevention are essential to address year-round, Suicide Prevention Awareness Month provides a dedicated time for people, organizations, and communities to join their voices and share that there is hope, help is available, and healing is possible! GFW Public Schools is proud to be able to support the mental health needs of our community and encourage you to learn more about the warning signs and how you can help. Get some great resources from the Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health. https://macmh.org/publications/suicide-prevention-month/