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Snowball Dance

The Student Council is sponsoring The Snow Ball Dance on January 19, 2019 in the cafeteria from 7 to 10.  This Dance is SEMI-FORMAL, which means no jeans or shorts. Students bringing a date from another school MUST fill out a guest verification form by January 11, 2019.  Forms can be found outside the Attendance Office Window. Please return the forms and your $5.00 to the office or Mrs. Ferguson in room 400.

Homecoming 2019 News

Homecoming week is from January 14th through the 18th and there's lots of information from student council.

Yearbook News

The J Yearbook staff would LOVE to have as many senior photos turned in by February 14th.  (See what we did there?)
 

Graduation Ceremonies

2018 Commencement Ceremonies will be held Friday (5/25) at 6:30pm in the JHS gymnasium.  A live stream of the event will be broadcasted here.

Senior Salutes

DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, APRIL 27TH!Senior Salutes

Yearbook recognition ads are a great way for parents, families and friends to commemorate student achievements and important milestones. In addition, revenues from Senior Salutes help our school to create a better yearbook.

The ads may contain photos as well as a message. (The cost of the ad depends on the size.)
Interested parents can still send pictures, message and a check (made out to Jasper High School Yearbook) for the full amount to:
Jasper High School - Yearbook
1600 St. Charles St. Jasper, IN 47546

If you would like your photos returned please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope!

*Please include this form when sending in photos/payments by mail*

Snow Make-Up Days Set
Veterans Day Program
Shot Clinic Information

The 11th grade shot clinic will be held December 5th at JHS.

Please review this information for more details.

Immunization requirements for 2017-2018 school year
Public Work Session

Public Work Session Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Public Works Session

The GJCS Board of Trustees met in a public work session to discuss findings of a recent facilities feasibility study conducted by The Stenftenagel Group and Gibraltar Design, Inc.  The key take-aways of the study are as follows:

1.  There are significant facility needs to be addressed at all schools but most pressing at  Fifth and Tenth Street Elementary Schools.
2.  We are financially in a position to take care of those needs without levying more tax dollars in debt service than we already currently levy.  This means at no additional burden to our taxpayers.
3.  The window of opportunity to address these issues is now.

Please see the the attached PowerPoint presentation from the meeting.

Tracy Lorey, Ph.D.

Work Session Presentation April 18, 2017

Please take a moment to complete the following survey.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/gjcssurvey

 

HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TO SPEAK AT JASPER HIGH SCHOOL Eva Kor

Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor, from Terre Haute Indiana, will speak to students, faculty and the general public at a free, open to the public, forum to be held Wednesday April 12th at 1:00 PM in the Jasper High School Gymnasium.

Eva Mozes Kor is a survivor of the Holocaust, forgiveness advocate, and public speaker. Powered by a never-give-up attitude, Eva has emerged from a trauma-filled childhood as a brilliant example of the human spirit's power to overcome. She is a community leader, champion of human rights, and tireless educator who will speak at a FREE open to the public forum, Wednesday April 12th at 1:00 PM at the Jasper High School gymnasium.

The general public is strongly encouraged to attend and should enter the gymnasium via the main west entrance off of St. Charles Street.

FFA Week

Tuesday- Wear blue and gold or hat day

Wednesday- Truck Day (Contestants Park Front of School)

Wear your favorite truck brand t-shirt or hat.

FFA video shown during wildcat weekly

Thursday- FFA T-shirt day or Favorite Club Shirt

Friday- Tractor Day (Contestants Park front of school)

Wear your favorite tractor brand t-shirt or hat.

Philharmonic Awards Reminder

Any Junior and Senior Musician trying out for the Outstanding Music Student Award should have their completed application form submitted by Saturday, February 25th to Jane Krempp, 1314 Wilson St, Jasper, 47546. Application forms are available from any teacher in the Music Department. Auditions will be held at Jasper High School on Sunday, March 5th from 3:30pm to 5pm.

Yearbook News

Attention Senior Parents!!!

SENIOR ADS FOR YEARBOOK:

Senior year is a great time for building memories to last a
life time. What better way to make those memories permanent than a senior ad in the high school yearbook? The JHS Yearbook Staff is offering you the opportunity to show your graduating senior how much he or she means to you or to congratulate him or her on graduation through the purchase of a senior ad.

Veterans Day Program
Community Night: Alcohol and Drug Abuse / Trends and Identification

When: October 20 th , 2016
6:30p.m. – 8:00p.m.

Where: Jasper Middle School Auditorium

Cost: No Cost

For: Anyone wanting to expand their knowledge in alcohol and drug abuse / trends

and identification

Presented By: Officer Jermaine Galloway “The Tall Cop”

At 6 feet 9 inches tall, Officer Jermaine Galloway looks like an intimidating presence, but

he is devoted and passionate about education, training, and enforcement when it comes to

alcohol and drug use and abuse prevention.  Officer Galloway is a nationally and

internationally recognized instructor and is well known for his countless hours of

research on alcohol and drug trends.  Officer Jermaine Galloway has been an Idaho law

enforcement officer since 1997 and has more than 14 years of experience in underage

drinking, drug and alcohol enforcement. Officer Galloway has worked several different

assignments, including: crime scene investigation (CSI), DUI task force, officer

mentoring, and as a field training officer.  Jermaine has coordinated and led thousands of

alcohol related initiatives. Jermaine is also an Idaho POST certified instructor in alcohol

beverage laws, drug identification, community policing and hate & bias crimes. He

currently provides training nationwide to educators and law enforcement on alcohol and

drug trends, drug identifiers, drug clothing, party patrols, party drugs, Fake ID's, drug

concealment, alcohol and energy drinks, drug logos, synthetic drugs, drug concentrates,

non-traditional ways of alcohol consumption, cough medicine abuse, alcohol laws, drug

stash compartments, popular culture music, and other community based alcohol and drug

initiatives.

Yearbooks

Make sure to secure your 2017 edition of "The J" for the lowest price all year!  Until 10/21 you can order a 2017 yearbook for only $45!  Plus, if you add personalization, icons are free!

The 2016 edition of “The J” is now available.  Graduated 2016 seniors, their parents, or siblings may come pick up their purchased yearbooks at the Jasper High School front office during normal school hours.  A very limited number of extras are available for $55 a piece.

2015 & 2014 yearbooks are now on sale for a limited time as well for $45

Contact Mr. Elrod for more information.

Football Homecoming

Congradulations to the 2016 Football Homecoming Court

SENIORS

Evan Aders                 Emma Cave

Johnny Bounds          Anna Charron

Zach Jones                 Jillian Seger

JUNIORS

Jacob Barry               Grace Harmon

Noah Mendel            Aubrey Williams

SOPHOMORES

Grant Ahlbrand         Mary Kate Hopf

Vince Obermeyer      Taylor Wildman

FRESHMEN

Dillon Carpenter      Sarah Obermeier

Carson Park      Grace Truesdale

HSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (9-5-16)

"Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

Swimmer Lilly King (IHSAA state champion from Evansville and Olympic gold medal winner) has been a headliner in the national news. 

While her two gold medals have been part of the conversation, it's been more about her comments and firm beliefs about athletes cheating by using performance enhancing drugs. She believes in fair play.

Despite her young age and participating in the Olympics for the first time, she stood up for what's right! Then she backed it up by winning the gold medals.

There's so much to be said about doing things the right way and following the rules. Next time you think about taking a shortcut or doing something knowingly wrong, think again. Someone will eventually call you out!

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SOFA Color Fun Run

Meet The Teacher Night
JPAC Auditions
2016 JHS Graduation
2016 Jasper Boys Track Sectional Heat Sheets
JPAC Oscars

Jasper High School Performing Arts and Choir will present its annual Oscars Awards Night on the Red Carpet on Tuesday, May 10 at 6 pm.  Admission is free.  Senior PAC students will be performing and awards will be presented for the 2015 - 2016 school year.  

Last Chance For Yearbooks!

2016 Yearbooks are on sale till Friday (May 13th)  
Get yours today at Jostens.com before it’s too late!

Also, if you have photos you’d like to share and possibly be included in the yearbook, make sure and download the ReplayIt app or upload it to our ReplayIt site!

 

BAND AUCTION AND DINNER

The Jasper Band Parents' "A Notable Event" dinner and auction is Friday, May 13 at Klub Haus 61.  Enjoy an evening of fine dining and entertainment.  The cost is $25 per person, and the deadline to reserve your spot is Friday, April 29.  Contact Jennifer Chanley at jchanley@fullnet.com or 812-631-8285 or mail your reservation to 6939 W Portersville Road, West Otwell, IN 47564.  See you there!

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (4-4-16)

"Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

With the 2016 Masters getting ready to take place in Augusta, Georgia, players are getting prepared in different ways.  Some chose to play in tournaments last week, and others decided to play practice rounds on the Augusta course.

Zach Johnson, a former Masters champion, talked about his preparation like this: "When the outcome becomes the issue, you have lost everything.”

As a student-athlete, be like Zach and don't lose focus on the importance of practice and preparation. Don't look at the final outcome of a game or season ahead of all the individual and team practices.

Practice and preparation will provide positive outcomes, even though all of them won't be winning ones!

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Robotics Club Heading To State

The Thundercats are going to state! After two great showings at the Indiana FIRST district events at Harrison HS in West Lafayette and Perry Meridian HS in Greenwood, our high school robotics team has qualified for the state championship, April 14 - 16, in Kokomo, Indiana.

            This year’s team has designed and built a truly robust little robot. It can take a beating as it zooms across the field and over obstacles. We’re very proud of our robot. We’d like to thank our many sponsors, especially those with us from the start of the season; Kimball Electronics, Jasper Engines and Transmissions, DoDSTEM, the Argosy Foundation, and NAVSEA at Crane. We have begun a new sponsor campaign to help us pay our way to state. Letters went out the past week to area businesses asking for a sponsorship donation. Please consider helping our team get to state. Donations are now being accepted at JHS for the Jasper Robotics Team. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to contact me, Fred Routson by email, froutson@gjcs.k12.in.us or cell, (812) 630-3057.

            Notice to team members and their parents: the team is holding a mandatory meeting 6:30PM, Monday, April 4 in the robotics lab at JHS. Students and parents should attend. The focus of the meeting will be fundraising for the state championship.

Golf Scramble

The 18th Annual Jasper High School Golf Scramble will be held on  Sunday, May 1st 2016 with a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start at Buffalo Trace Golf Course.   Entry fee is $50.00 per player ($40 for Municipal Course  Members), with four players per team, which will cover green fees, cart fees, lunch, and fabulous attendance prizes.  Golf Cart Sponsors, prize donations and monetary contributions are accepted and appreciated.   The event is sponsored by the JHS Boys and  Girls Golf Boosters.  For more information please contact  Missy  Krempp at missy.krempp@gmail.com 812- 630-1991 or Tony Blessinger at tony@bdelectricinc.com 812-360-6421

2016-2017 CLASS OFFICER ELECTIONS

SENIORS

President:     Kathleen Messmer    
Vice President:        Madison Weidenbenner  
Treasurer:    Corban Bell     
Secretary  Mallory Ahlbrand

JUNIORS
Treasurer:    Johnny Verkamp
President:  Jacob Barry
Vice President:  Amber Leinenbach
Secretary:  Caroline Theil

SOPHOMORES
President:     Drake Siegel
Vice President:  Mackenzie Sargent
Secretary: Megan Stiles
Treasurer:  Isaac Bartley

 

Spirit Dress Up Days

SPIRIT WEEK DRESS UP DAYS!

MARCH 14 THROUGH MARCH 18

MONDAY – CONCERT SHIRT

TUESDAY – BAND/CLUB/SPORT SHIRT

WEDNESDAY – 60s  DAY

THURSDAY – 70s / 80s DAY

FRIDAY – BLACK & GOLD

 
Jasper Apparel Fundraiser

https://jhsgt16.itemorder.com/sale

You can never have enough “JASPER WILDCATS” items! The girls track team is having a “JASPER” apparel fundraiser. 

There are several different items available such as 1/4 zip polos, t-shirts, women’s tees, sweatshirts, running shorts, blankets, and much more. Please see the link above to view and ORDER items. All items can be ordered online, and will be available for pickup the week of April 3, 2015 at JHS. 

(Additional Reminders and Pick-up information will continue to be in the weekly newsletters). 

Thanks in advance for the order, and spread the word! The Online store will go offline March, 5!

Homecoming Spirit Days

Monday – College Day

Tuesday – Flannel Tuesday

Wednesday – Jersey Day

Thursday – Classy Thursday

Friday – Black & Gold

The Student Council will also be hosting a Basketball Homecoming Dance after the basketball game in the cafeteria.  The dance will be 9:30 to 11:00.  The DJ will be our own Scratch Radio!!  Come out and have some fun after the big game.

Yearbook - Senior Ads

Senior year is a great time for building memories to last a? life time. What better way to make those memories permanent than a senior ad in the high school yearbook? The JHS Yearbook Staff is offering you the opportunity to show your graduating senior how much he or she means to you or to congratulate him or her on graduation through the purchase of a senior ad.

You may order your senior ad online, or return the paper order form by Feburary 29th.

It's also not too late to order your 2016 yearbook!

Rick Stenftanagel Lifechanger Award Mr. Rick Stenftanagel has been nominated for a Lifechanger Award.

Mr. Rick Stenftanagel has been nominated for a Lifechanger Award.

Please go to the link below to make comments about Rick and why he is deserving of this prestigious award. The selection committee looks carefully at the volume and content of these comments when determining the recipients of the award.

Rick has positively affected others for over three decades serving as a classroom instructor and coach at JHS. Let’s help Rick achieve the recognition he truly deserves.

https://lifechangeroftheyearnominees.com/rick-stenftenagel/

Circle City Showcase Circle City Showcase 2016

Feb. 13 Jasper vs Pike Central
1:45 PM Eastern
Ticket Prices:
$12 Adults
$8 for Students 2-18 years old
$14 for ALL TICKETS purchased at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Jasper Athletics will receive $1 for each ticket purchased at JHS.
See Theresa in the athletic office for tickets.

Friends of Rachel club

The first FOR (Friends of Rachel) Club is Wednesday, January, 20. We will be voting on officers and explaining more about the club. If interesting in become an office, a short speech needs to be prepared. Everyone is welcome.

Adopt-A-Soldier

Thank you to those students and staff purchasing Oreo Milkshakes this week. Wildcat corner was able to donate $245 to the Adopt A Soldier club here at school. The club was formed to send letters and items to soldiers currently serving our country. Mrs. Julie Schnell is the clubs sponsor

College signings

We had 2 seniors sign this week to attend division 1 schools and compete athletically. Cal Krueger signed with Indiana University to play baseball and Hannah Welsh signed with the University of Evansville to run cross country. You may watch a snippet of each signing as well as the recent volleyball match between students and teachers at our recent pep session at our Youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIcTZScNI48nPa9reS5P-g  

Best of Broadway

Jasper High School Performing Arts and Choir will present a Best of Broadway performance Sunday, October 11 at 2 pm and 5 pm in the Jasper High School auditorium.  Tickets are $5 and available at the door.  This presentation features our favorite show numbers from our favorite Broadway shows including Annie Get Your Gun, Carousel, Kinky Boots, Memphis, Guys and Dolls and many more!!!

Sunrise School Spirit

An estimated 400 students showed up by 7:00 am Friday (9/25) at JHS for the Canned Food rally. Our goal was to surpass the 3060 lbs. collected by an area school (Heritage Hills) having previously been in first place. Channel 14 visits a school each Friday during football season. We are thrilled to report that the students, staff, parents, and community collected 6,060 pounds! You can go to our Youtube channel to see some of the action: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdIcTZScNI48nPa9reS5P-g

The Tri-Sate Food Bank (@3StateFoodBank) says they can feed over 5,000 meals with the food we collected. This food bank supplies Dubois County and they have stated our request that this food will go to Dubois County residents will be honored.

GJCS Earns Distinction of District-Wide Accreditation

GJCS has earned the distinction of District-Wide accreditation through AdvancED, a global leader in advancing excellence in education through continuous improvement, organizational effectiveness, and accreditation.  District accreditation is a systemic approach to sustainable improvement that:

  • Builds capacity of the school to increase and sustain student learning
  • Stimulates and supports improvement and effectiveness throughout the school district
  • Ensures all people, processes, departments in the district work in concert
  • Strengthens efforts to meet accountability requirements
  • Encourages growth beyond compliance to achieve excellence
  • Promotes continuous improvement
School Accountability Grades Released

The Indiana Department of Education released school accountability grades for schools and districts in the state of Indiana.  GJCS schools received the following ratings:

Greater Jasper Consolidated Schools        A
Jasper High School                                     A
Jasper Middle School                                  A
Fifth Street Elementary                               A
Tenth Street Elementary                             A
Ireland Elementary                                      A

Yearbooks!

Lowest Price of the year for 2018 Yearbooks

2017 Yearbooks are in!  If you are picking up a 2017 graduate book for a sibling, those are located in the office, and must be signed out.

A limited amount of extras are available for $55 each.
 

If you haven’t ordered your 2018 yearbook, now is the time!  We’ve extended our back to school sale until September 15th!  Buy now for the lowest price of the year, plus free icons with personalization!

Snowball Dance

This dance is scheduled to take place on Saturday, January 21st from 7 – 10pm.

The reservation and guest verification form can be found here.

Rachel's Challenge

All GJCS students in grades 7-12 will be participating in the Rachel’s Challenge presentation on January 13, 2016 in the Jasper High School gymnasium.  Rachel’s Challenge is based upon the life and writings of Rachel Joy Scott, who was the first victim of the Columbine school shootings in 1999.  Through her example, Rachel’s Challenge strives to positively impact the lives of millions with acts of respect, kindness, and compassion.

Rachel’s inspiring story provides a simple, yet powerful example of how small acts of kindness and acceptance motivate us to consider our relationships with the people we come in contact with every day.  Rachel’s story gives us permission to start our own chain reaction of kindness and compassions, which positively affects the climate in our schools and communities.

A special Community Event will be held for interested parents and community members on January 13, 2016 beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the JHS gymnasium.  All are invited to attend this special event.

For more information about Rachel’s Challenge please visit www.rachelschallenge.org.

Holiday Drive

The student council will be having a holiday drive for the Crisis Connection this year.  We will hold a competition between 1st period that will run until Dec. 11 and the winning class will receive muffins from Winklers. 

Complete list of needed items 

Veterans Day program

Jasper High School would like to invite parents, community and veterans to attend its Veteran's Day program, on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, in the high school gymnasium.  The program will begin at 10:00 a.m. Guests should use the entrance on the west side of the gym. Doors will open at 9:00 a.m.

 

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Parent/Teacher conferences are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 19th and 20th 

If parents would like to discuss any details, they are always welcome to contact teachers.  However, we will be offering face-to-face scheduled conferences Monday the 19th between 5:30 and 7:30.  If parents would like to walk-in to JHS and stop by classrooms, this will be available on Tuesday the 20th between 7:00 & 8:30.

Of course, these conferences are not required and staying abreast of progress via Powerschool and email are acceptable as well.

If parents desire a face-to-face conference, please e-mail your childs teacher(s) to work out the best time.

Senior Portraits

We’re asking that all Senior portraits for the yearbook be turned in by the time Christmas break begins.  (Friday, December 18th)

These should be professional looking vertically framed portraits.

Many area photographers will gladly send these in for you, or have already planned on sending all their seniors in on a disc or digital download.  So please check with your photographer first or have them contact Mr. Elrod.

If you do have your images ready to go, please upload them on our Replay It private folder.

https://images.jostens.com/403053588

Football Homecoming News

2017 Football homecoming is Friday September 22nd.

Yearbook

Details on when Senior Portraits are due, Senior Salutes, Holiday Sale, and unclaimed yearbooks!

Mr. Stenftenagel nominated

Our very own Mr. Rick J. Stenftenagel has been nominated as a LifeChanger of the Year. The program recognizes and rewards K-12 school employees and educators who make a positive difference in the lives of students. Go to their site and find out more about Rick’s nomination, others having been nominated, and the program itself. https://lifechangeroftheyearnominees.com/rick-stenftenagel/

Adopt-A-Soldier

The Adopt-A-Soldier group is collecting items to place in care packages that will be shipped to soldiers serving overseas.  Everyone is encouraged to donate items to be shipped.  Soldiers appreciate things like granola bars, trail mix, beef jerky, hot chocolate, gum, and candy.  They also need Visine, baby wipes, chapstick, and vitamins.   Items can be brought to Room 506 by November 11th, Veterans Day.  See Mrs. Schnell if you have questions.

Also, Wildcat Corner is working with Adopt-A-Soldier November 9-11th.  All proceeds from Oreo milkshakes will go towards Adopt-ASoldier.

 

Yearbooks!

We’re excited to announce the 2015 Yearbooks have been passed out to all current students that ordered a copy.  Graduated students copies are in the front office ready for pick up at any time.  We also have a very limited amount of extra yearbooks for sale that will be available starting today.  The cost is $55.

We also have several 2014 yearbooks that were never picked up.  Extra copies are now on sale for $45.

2016 Yearbooks are still for order as well.  Don't miss out on all the memories!

Old National Bank's Tools For Schools

Parents, seniors (must be 18 years of age), and community members, visit www.oldnational.com/toolsforschools to vote for Jasper High School as your favorite school. Winning schools receive a $1000 grant. Each person can vote 1 time a day and voting continues through September 30th. We are competing against schools in Dubois and Orange counties. In addition, if you go to Old National Bank’s Facebook page (a link can be found where you vote) and “like” ONB’s page, the school that has the most votes on the webpage throughout the company will get a bonus grant of $5000!  Any grant money will go to support JHS students’ educational and/or safety needs.

JPAC - Grease

Tickets are available to the JHS Fall Production of Grease.  You can purchase specific seats for the performances at www.ticketor.com/jhsperformingarts

Guidance Update

Details this week on the 2016 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program, PSAT and ECA results, along with other updates.

Mr. Gobert recognized

Coach Terry Gobert has been recognized again as the District O Coach of the Year for the 2015 baseball season. In addition, Coach Gobert earned his 700th career victory last season and currently stands in 3rd place on the all-time list of victories in Indiana. Terry will be honored at the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame Awards Banquet on January 22nd at the Sheraton at Keystone Crossing in Indianapolis. Hear from the coach at the following link: http://newsnowdc.com/2015/12/17/gobert-will-be-honored-by-baseball-hall-of-fame/

Weightlifting Events

Weightlifting Event /PR MEET/ Mr. Ahrens and Mr. Buechlein

We are excited to announce that Jasper High School will be hosting a weight lifting event for all Jasper High School students on Saturday, December 12 in the high school weight room. Participants are lifting to earn a spot on the newly installed record boards. Parents, spectators, and coaches are encouraged to attend. In addition to the lifting there will be a prestigious panel of experts present to answer questions in the areas of strength and conditioning and nutrition.

The following individuals will be present: Brady Singleton- Lecturer in Kinesiology and Tactical Strength and Conditioning coach at Indiana University Adam Lane-Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Lawrence Central High School and Professional Strongman competitor Tony and Arin Lindauer-Co-owners of Transformation Fitness in Indianapolis focusing on nutrition and general fitness.

Doors will open at 9 AM. Lifting will begin promptly at 10 AM. Enter through the Community Room doors. The event is free to the public. 

 http://info.publichealth.indiana.edu/faculty/current/singleton-braden-t.shtml

http://playagainnow.com/strongman-adam-lane-i-love-to-beat-guys-who-are-stronger-than-me/

http://indianapolispersonaltraining.com/

 

2015 Cheerleading champions!

Congratulations to our Cheerleading team. They competed in the state cheer competition last Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium and came out Champions! We last won 6 years ago.

Seeking Distinguished Alumni

GJCS is currently seeking nominations for the Distinguished Alumni award given annually to Jasper High School graduates who have distinguished themselves in their chosen field.  Candidates must have graduated at least twenty (20) years before being eligible for consideration.  Graduates from 1994 or earlier will be considered.

Please complete the nomination form found in the following link and return to:

ALUMNI NOMINATION FORM 2015.doc

Dr. Tracy Lorey, Superintendent
1520 St. Charles
Jasper, IN 47546
tlorey@gjcs.k12.in.us