20th Anniversary Carnival!

We celebrated our 20th anniversary with a carnival made possible by Vera Bradley and Blessings in a Backpack. Thank you Blessings in a Backpack for sending food home on the weekends to support food security! Thank you Very Bradley for supporting Blessing in a Backpack...AND selecting GBCS as one of seven schools across the county to host a carnival. We LOVED it! We are grateful to Danielle Jonas for supporting Blessings in a Backpack and for visiting GBCS! It was wonderful to meet her and her husband, Kevin Jonas. You are welcome to come back ANY time!

GBCS Swimming Lessons at
Rutgers University!

GBCS students enjoyed their first lesson of the "Learn to Swim Program for ages 3-14" at the Rutgers University, Cook College Recreation Center.

This program is provided free to GBCS students by the Raritan Valley YMCA through a grant from the USA Swimming.
There are still spots available for the Session II of the program. 
Please call Ms. Lilia Fabila-Guilbot at 732-448-1052 ext. 104 for more information.

Los estudiantes de GBCS disfrutaron su primer clase del "Programa Aprende a Nadar, Edades 3-14" en el Rutgers University, Cook College Recreation Center.

Este programa es ofrecido gratis para los alumnos de GBCS por la Raritan Valley YMCA gracias a una beca del USA Swimming.

Aun hay espacios disponibles para la Sesión II del programa.
Por favor llame a Ms. Lilia Fabila-Guilbot al 732-448-1052 ext.104 para más información.

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September 2018

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Ice Sculpture Installation! Middle School Art Elective
Middle School Art Elective students assembled blocks of died ice to create this sculpture. Safety, aesthetics, color, composition and stacking techniques were considered during the installation process. Students determined arrangement and placement while working within a set of per determined parameters. We discussed ephemeral art and students took turns documenting the installation and installation process. The ice was colored using cool-aid and food coloring. The forms were frozen in five gallon buckets that were placed outside during the recent cold weather. Students used warm water to release the ice from the buckets.     


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Posted by ksadowski On 26 January, 2018 at 1:42 PM