Throughout the school year, GJHP offers a variety of supervised social activities. Students are invited to participate in after-school events, school dances, sports outings, and gaming tournaments. These activities aid in creating positive connections between students at all grade levels, and provide a safe place to enrich students’ social development. Learn more…
GJHP would like to invite all 6th grade students to the annual Sixth Grade Social!
What is the 6th Grade Social?
What is the attire for the social?
Is this a couples dance?
Friday, October 27th 2017
Central School Small Gym
$10 online/$15 at the door
* DANCING * PHOTO BOOTH * SNACKS *
* COSTUME CONTEST *
Halloween Hoopla is GJHP’s annual halloween dance. We encourage all 5th-8th graders to put on their costumes and dance the night away with music, games and more!
Today’s Glencoe Anchor covers a new program for GJHP – a pair of afterschool conversations for Central School 8th graders and parents looking for inside, honest feedback on the transition to New Trier High School with recent Central School alums.
Eighth-graders at Glencoe Central School had the opportunity to get the “real lowdown” on New Trier High School from current Trevians on Friday Feb. 27.
The debut event offered two separate discussions, which both featured a panel of current New Trier students….Eleven recent Central School graduates on the panel answered questions about what life is like in high school….
While snacking on pizza, eighth-graders asked the panel questions about social life, academics, and extra-curricular activities….the group discussed a wide range of topics, including cyberbullying, homework load and the level of difficulty that freshman classes entail…
During the parents’ panel, parents asked the high schoolers about what they do on the weekends, strategies for making friends at such a big school, and how their kids should go about seeking extra help with academics during freshman year. Adam Fox, a parent of an eighth grade student, said the four New Trier teens who sat on the parents’ panel were very insightful.
“Their willingness to come back and do this for the school that they went to, for the kids and for the parents who are curious about the transition, is really excellent,” Fox said.
Read the full article in today’s print edition.