12:00 AM - 7:00 AM Prime Time
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM MS Upstander Monday
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM High School Spring Choral Concert
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Disney SIT Meeting
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 6th Grade Band and Chorus Spring Concert
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Board Meeting
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 7th and 8th Grade Chorus Spring Concert
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 7th and 8th Grade Chorus Spring Concert
7:00 PM - 9:15 PM HS Awards Ceremony
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM High School Senior Recital
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 7th and 8th Grade Band Concert
Brasser kindergarten students go through a series of lessons on how to stay healthy such as washing your hands, eating healthy foods, getting plenty of exercise, getting plenty of sleep, and visiting the doctor for regular checkups. They learn about first aid, hospital tools, what's inside us? (body organs), medicines vs. poisons, and the importance of proper dental health. “The purpose of the Teddy Bear Clinic is to help allay any fears children might have of going to the doctor, dentist, or hospital and to recognize these people as medical helpers in our community,” said Nurse Teacher Brenda Mini. Third grade students serve as medical helpers to Mrs. Mini at the clinic. They are going through a parallel series of lessons on staying healthy, hospital tools, basic body organs and their functions, helpful and harmful drugs. The focus in third grade is more on medical careers since they are serving as medical helpers at the clinic. A new feature this year of the Teddy Bear Clinic is a research project with our Librarian Mrs. Ratjczak for third graders to choose a medical career, research what they do, the training/ education required, where they work and create a SWAY presentation about that medical career. Special presenters have visited third grade classrooms providing students with opportunities to hear first-hand what OT/ PT/ EMT/ dental hygienist do. This year, 25 parent volunteers and five Roberts Wesleyan nursing students plus two EMT's who were outdoors on the ambulance assisted to make the Teddy Bear Clinic a success.
The following Gates Chili students won in these categories. Gates theme poem: 1st place Brianna Bansbach, GC Middle School Gr. 6; Elementary winners:1st place Drea Otis, Florence Brasser Elementary Gr. 5; 2nd place Ariel Travis, Florence Brasser Elementary Gr. 5;3rd place Caleb Roscoe, Florence Brasser Elementary Gr. 5; Honorable Mention: Lauryn Reyes, Florence Brasser Elementary Gr. 5; Middle School winners: 1st place Riley Stevens, GC Middle School Gr. 6; 2nd place Elizabeth Herweg, GC Middle School Gr. 7; 3rd place Myah LaBarr, GC Middle School Gr. 6; Honorable Mentions: Ella Coleman, GC Middle School Gr. 6; Ashton Strebes, GC Middle School Gr. 6; Isabella Klaver, GC Middle School Gr. 8; Jaelyn Owen, GC Middle School Gr. 6; High School winners: 1st place, Katelyn Weeks, GC High School Gr. 10;2nd place Colleen Smith, GC High School Gr. 12; and 3rd place Dre’Shaun Lundy, GC High School Gr. 12.
Eighth-grader at Gates Chili Middle School participated in the 3rd Annual Careers in Demand Fair. GCMS technology and FACS teachers worked with the district STEM coach to create an opportunity for students to explore high demand fields in our region. The interdisciplinary team referenced research done by Monroe Community College to invite professionals into the school to present to students, who shared their educational background and unique work experiences. Twenty presenters from Health Care, Information Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, Skilled Trades, Engineering, and Hospitality fields presented. The teachers worked together to create an informative lesson plan to introduce each career field, then each student completed a survey and to attend three sessions corresponding to their interests. You can read more about the career fields at the following MCC link: http://mcclmi.com/workforce-clusters/
Neil Armstrong fourth-graders in Vincent Schiano, Paul Antinelli and Michele Balch’s classrooms volunteered to create bracelets during recess and lunch from November until March to benefit GiGi’s Playhouse Rochester – Down Syndrome Achievement Center. In three weeks, the student-made bracelets, for $1 each, sold out raising a total of $704. “It shows our students that even as a 9-year-old they can make a difference,” said Vincent Schiano. “They worked so hard and we are so proud of them.” “It was really fun learning how to make the bracelets,” said Katelyn. “We did it because we wanted to help the kids at GiGi’s Playhouse,” said Ella. Chloe shared that the donation “would help with their activities and programs.” The Gates Chili students from the three classrooms who worked on the bracelets are: Giavanna (front row, l-r), Megan, Ella, Katelyn, Chloe, Bora, Katelyn, Dante, Ali, Rawia, Maddie and Mazzalynn (Back row, l-r), Jimmy, Zay, Sienna, Maya, Kierra, Morgan, Samantha, Natalie, Momie, Candace, and Hanna.
The Annual School Budget and all Propositions have passed. The results are: Annual School Budget: 551 Yes/215 No; Proposition 2: School Bus Purchase:550 Yes/222 No; Proposition 3: Capital Reserve Fund 581 Yes/190 No; Proposition 4: Energy Performance Savings 629 Yes/ 141 No. Board of Education Members: Andre (Andy) Bailey 611 - three-year term Andrea Hinchey Unson 610 - three-year term Kerri Keyes 574 - three-year term Jeffrey Pettenski 535 - two-year term
Jordan Johnson has received the Youth Leadership Award from the Gates Chili Chamber of Commerce. This award is given to recognize a youth group or individual(s) (21 years or younger) who has provided leadership in a community service project to others and serves as a role model among their peers. The Board of Directors of the Gates Chili Chamber of Commerce selects the recipient. Gates Chili Coordinator of Volunteers and Service Learning, Paula LaManna who is also the Relay for Life Advisor presented Jordan with his award. "Jordan is a natural leader," said LaManna. "He served as the Committee Chair of the Relay for Life Event at Gates Chili High School and was the true guiding force bringing 40 high school students together to raise more than $5,000 for research for the American Cancer Society." Relay for Life raised $13,000 this year. We are Spartan Proud! Congratulations Jordan!
Rheem Abbas, Jaydine Acevedo, Alyse Ahlstrom, Annika Ahlstrom, MacKenzie Alley, Margaret Amesbury, Spencer Anderson, Paris Anthony, Andrea Babers, Brianna Bansbach, Emma Barker, Madeline Basset, Asjianna Bennett, Allie Benson, Brienna Bigelow, Haley Bigelow, Brianna Birch, Mia Bodulovic, Alejandro Boxx, Tyrone Brock, Giovanni Buonomo, Julia Byer, Karina Cabrera, Lillyanna Candelaria, Emma Cedeno, Lydia Christmas, Regan Clancy, Joseph Colabufo, Ella Coleman, Patrick Conti, Stephanie Dalba, Jack Dallo, Lestariyah Danzy, Addison Davis, Joy Davis, Gracie Day, Austin D'Ettore, Kelsey D'Imperio, Ariana Dollinger, Emmalee Dooley, Chevelle Erickson, Emily Esten, Nolan Every, Cole Falk, Adriana Ferrara, Alexa Ferrara, Matthew Firnstein, Megan Firnstein, Olivia Fornarola, Taylor Forte, Hailey Garbato, Bridget ...Read More....
GRADE 9 Kehinde Adejumo, Taiwo Adejumo, Thomas Beardsley, Ethan Bissinger, Aiden Bolam, Kara Brewer, Karlee Briggs, Quan Cao, Elizabeth Cappoli, Colin Cedeno, Grace Cevicelov, Calysta Chamberlain, Shayla Chau, Elise Christopher, Hailey Colantoni, Ashley Crider, Alayna Delice, Alyssa Diaz, Tyler DiPonzio, McKenzie Duncan, Grace Dupre, Luke Falk, Sierra Fernandez, Victoria Fesyuk, Calvin Finger, Amanda Fornarola, Fiona Frattali, Michael Furno, Maguire Gentz, Geoffrey Greble Jr, Paige Hamilton, Lukas Hands, Johanna Harris, Liah Herring, Emma Herweg, Kiarra Hollis, Crystal Hong, Madison Hoyt, Vanessa Iantorno, Miriam Ibezim, Maylee Kerns, Aaron Keyes, Ryan Kilner, Brady Knauf, Ethan Knauf, Carly Kretchmer, Eleanora Kulazhonak, Brooke Leary, Dominic Lippa, Mirabel Lombardi, Jolie Lynch, Robert Mancini, Chessa Manning, Arianna Marks, Kalissa Marks, Olivia Martin, Cody Mayer, Logan McMurtry, Corrina Menz, Locksley Milwood, Gavin Monaghan, Shayla Nguyen, Aidan Nolan, Amber Oldfield, Briana Pabon, Dionna Parina, Katherine Paulus, James Paxon Jr, Jade Perotti, Read More...
GRADE 9 Ariana Andrews, Olivia Bushart, Leena Captain, Rylee Cass, Hanson Chau, Purna Chhetri, Alivia Chivaro, Connor Cook, Emma Crego, Brendan Culhane, Molly Curley, Anthony DelFave, Cierra DiMaggio, Michael DiMarco, Emily Eichas, Jade Eidman, Natalie Fesyuk, Gabrielle Figgins, Alexander Francisco, Michael Frost, Spencer Glenn, Justin Gorall, Carter Groenendaal, Bennett Hunt, Sareena Inzana, Madison Johnson, Denny Keenan, Collin Kiesel, McKenna Kiesel, Eric Kim, Erin Kim, Meaghan Klim, Evrianna Madera, Jaide Manigrossa, Timothy Masetta, Ryan Miller, Aline Mukobwajana, Elijah Murray, Jahri Neil, Phu Nguyen, Cassandra O'Connor, Armando Olivera, Leonard Pellegrino, Taras Pomayda, Tyler Potter, Mark Radu, Spencer Reiss, Bryan Rivero, Tasha Robertson, Italia Romano, Valissa Ruiz, Bailey Schuler, Charlotte Sheffield Read More...
Gates Chili High School accounting students took home First Place in this year's Business Financial Plan competition which was held at Price Waterhouse Cooper accounting firm downtown. The recipients are:Evan Meier, Nick Crocker, Antonio Buonomo, Tom Augello, Noah Esten, Alyssa Ecija, Demetrius Mitchell Jr., Randi Silmi Jr., Adele Henry and Noriah Parris.
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Breakfast and Lunch with be served Monday through Friday from July 2 to August 17 (closed on July 4) at Gates Chili High School, 1 Spartan Way, door 50. Breakfast is served from 7:00 am to 10:00 am and lunch is served 10:30 pm to 1:15 pm. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has partnered with Gates Chili School District to serve FREE meals. It’s food that’s in, while school is out. There are no income requirements and no registration is necessary. The Summer Food Program is fully funded by the USDA. Any child 18 and under may come to eat. Meals must be eaten on site and parents/guardians may also purchase a meal for a fee of $4.00 for lunch and $2.00 for breakfast. Transportation will not be provided. If you have a question or need more information? Call the Gates Chili School Nutrition office at 585-247-7213
Who: All boys grades PreK-5, escorted by an adult female (mother, aunt, grandmother, etc.) When: Wednesday, May 30th from 6:30-8:00pm Where: Gates Chili High School Field House (Park in the West Parking Lot) Tickets: $10 per ‘couple’ - $2 for each additional ticket Photos will be available for an additional $5 We will have activities, tie tying instruction, games, desserts, and dancing! RSVP by May 28th to Stephanie_Platania@gateschili.org. Payment taken at the door. (Cash or Check, No Credit Cards)