Upper School

Calendar

Wed Apr 23

Cycle Day 3

Middle Grades Partnership Shadow Day

Cum Laude Recognition Day

Location: Garland Theater & Manor House
9:00 AM

Register

Upper School Applied Music Recital

Location: Recital Hall
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Thu Apr 24

Cycle Day 4

Late Opening for Faculty Professional Development

9:00 AM
Fri Apr 25

Cycle Day 5

Day of Silence

"Kung Fu Lesson" GFS Premiere

Location: Garland Theater
7:00 PM

Register

Sat Apr 26

Upper School Prom for Juniors and Seniors

8:00 PM

Commencement Information

Click here for all the details on the Commencement activities for the Class of 2014 and their families.

Online Learning Day Policies

For instructions for Online Learning Day and support links, click here.

Parents' Notes

  • Parents' Notes

    Posted April 14, 2014

    Dear Upper School Parents,

    The incident on Reisterstown Road on Friday afternoon was a sobering reminder of the importance of our safety procedures here at school. While unsettling, the event also showed us that the plans we have in place work – and I hope that as you talk with your daughters, you can remind them of that fact. Their safety is our first concern, every day, and knowing that the rules we follow and the procedures we practice on campus do keep them safe will, I know, reassure them and you.

    Saturday’s O’Town concert was a reminder of another sort – of the power of community in our school and the power of music in our school. As we celebrate Peter’s legacy at GFS, we also celebrate the community he has stewarded. What better way to acknowledge both than with the joyful Motown music that he loves. Thank you for joining us!

    This is also a week of important holidays for many of our families. We wish all those celebrating Passover and Easter wonderful holidays.

    Here are this week’s announcements:

    VOICES FROM THE FOREST: The new posts on Voices from the Forest will give you even more motivation to read and value the power of words. The piece from Head of School Peter O'Neill will inspire you to reconnect with literature from your own past so be sure to respond and tell him about the books that changed your life. Or maybe you have favorites in common!

    COURSE SELECTION 2014: The course selection process continues this week, as students meet again with their advisors to shape their programs for next year. Your daughter will soon bring home her course selection worksheet for you to review and sign. If you have questions about her selections, please don’t hesitate to contact her advisor.

    RE-ENROLLMENT CONTRACTS: Enrollment contracts are now past due. Please log into your parent portal to complete the electronic agreement and submit the online enrollment deposit. If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact Stacy Mohn at 410-559-3142.

    UPCOMING HOLIDAYS: Passover and Easter celebrations begin this week. We know that many families will be celebrating; this time together is so important. In order for the girls to have more time to enjoy these celebrations, there will be no homework, tests, quizzes or projects due on the day after Passover (Tuesday, April 15) and the day after Easter (Monday, April 21). Teachers will make accommodations on Wednesday, April 16, for those celebrating the second night of Passover.

    UPPER SCHOOL APPLIED MUSIC RECITAL: You are cordially invited to the Upper School applied music recital on Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 PM in the Recital Hall of the Hathaway Fine and Performing Arts Center. Please join us for an evening of lovely music!

    DAY OF SILENCE: On Friday, April 25, the Upper School will observe the Day of Silence. This day is set aside to acknowledge the silence in which many GLBTQ students are forced to live to avoid discrimination and bullying. All students may choose whether to participate, and there are several ways to show support, ranging from complete silence during the academic day to wearing a sticker which expresses support. This day is an example of education in the hallways as well as in the classroom: In keeping with our Statement of Respect, we seek to provide a variety of opportunities throughout the year to educate students about the various forms that discrimination can take.

    POST-PROM VOLUNTEERS: Interested in volunteering on the Post-Prom Committee? Parent volunteers are needed on Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 to set-up and break-down the Post-Prom event held in the Searle Athletic Center. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Christy DiPietro at cmdipietro@comcast.net. Thank you!

    DOCUMENTARY FILM DISCUSSION: On the evening of April 25, Khalid Ali will present and discuss his documentary film, Kung Fu Lesson in Garland Theatre at 7 p.m. KHALID ALI, the creative young filmmaker, photographer and educator, is based in Baltimore, Maryland and is the founder and director of Alifilms. Kung Fu Lesson follows three American brothers, seeking to study Chinese martial arts, from Beijing to Shaolin Monastery; their journey acquaints them with "martial artists from all walks of life." Ali's film was successful at the Asian Film Festival in November and was an official selection at the Hoboken International Film Festival. Middle and Upper School students interested in kung fu, film, China should come. A reception will follow the film and discussion. Some other local schools have been invited; GFS students may bring friends and family. This event is sponsored by the Confucius Classroom at Garrison Forest School; it is free but requires an RSVP. Click here to learn more and to register.

    UPPER SCHOOL DANCE CONCERT: The Upper School Dance program proudly presents the annual Spring Dance Concert on Thursday and Friday, May 1 and 2, at 7:30 PM in the Garland Theater. The concert features a mix of jazz, lyrical, and contemporary dance styles performed by our Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced dance students. Also featured are a number of student-choreographed dances, including some outstanding solo work. You don't want to miss this show! Tickets are $5 for general admission and can be purchased online here, at the Dance office, or at the door. For more information, please call Amie Bell, Middle and Upper School Dance Teacher, at 410-559-3480.

    SAVE THE DATE: Every year the Athletic Department hosts the Athletic Awards Banquet to honor the achievements of our student athletes and teams for the school year. Please be sure to mark your calendars for this year's banquet featuring guest speaker: JoAnne Russell, Wimbledon Ladies' Doubles Champion, on Wednesday, May 14 at 6PM in Alumnae Hall. Tickets are $25 for parents, guests and fans. Student-Athletes and children under 10 years of age are FREE. Registration will open on Monday, April 14.

    FALL SPORTS TRY OUTS DATES: Fall sports try outs (excluding riding/polo) will start on Wednesday, August 20. This includes cross country, field hockey, soccer and tennis. Please mark your calendars!

    ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMS AND COLLEGE BOARD EXAM REGULATIONS: AP exams for juniors and seniors in Advanced Placement classes will run from May 5-16 this year. Please note that the College Board has strict regulations about the administration of these exams. No electronic devices (cell phones included) are permitted in the examination room: students in possession of a device must be reported to the College Board and their scores and the scores of all students present in the exam may be cancelled as a result of this malpractice. The only exception to this rule is the use of a calculator on portions of the Chemistry and Calculus exams. Students have been informed of these regulations by their teachers and will be reminded again by proctors. Please help us administer our AP exams and ensure that all our students receive their scores by reminding your daughters of these rules. Thank you for your help!

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON NEW IMMUNIZATION REGULATIONS: Immunization regulations, determined by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, have been updated for the 2014-15 school year. All Preschool – 11th Grade parents have received a detailed email explaining these regulations from GFS nurse Luanne Keirsey. A copy of the letter is here. Please read it carefully to review what is required of GFS parents prior to the 2014-15 year, particularly if your daughter is entering Kindergarten or 7th Grade. Questions? Contact Luanne Keirsey, R.N., in the GFS Health Center, 410-559-3200 or luannekeirsey@gfs.org.

    Warmly,

    Melinda

  • Parents' Notes

    Posted April 7, 2014

    Dear Upper School Parents,

    April began with a terrific prank last week as the Senior Class created a blackout in the Upper School. The tradition of an April Fools’ Day prank by Seniors is a delightful reminder of the lively spirit of our school – and this year’s Senior class did a wonderful job of surprising us and helping us welcome spring – in the dark!

    Here are this week’s announcements:

    VOICES FROM THE FOREST: What can we learn about life from what we read? Members of the GFS community reflect on morals and values through the eyes of literature. Read the new posts and join the conversation!

    REPORT CARDS: Trimester 2 reports are available for viewing, and you should have received information last week about how to view these through Parent Portal. If you have any questions about how to access your daughter’s report, please contact Upper School assistant Avonte Jones.

    COURSE SELECTION 2014: The course selection process continues this week, as students work with their advisors and teachers to shape the best program for them for next year. Your daughter will soon bring home her course selection worksheet for you to review and sign. If you have questions about her selections, please don’t hesitate to contact her advisor.

    RE-ENROLLMENT CONTRACTS: Enrollment contracts are now due. Please log into your parent portal to complete the electronic agreement and submit the online enrollment deposit. If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact Stacy Mohn at 410-559-3142.

    MULTICULTURAL POTLUCK DINNER, APRIL 9: The Multicultural Committee of the GFS Parent Association is pleased to invite your family to the Multicultural Potluck Dinner on Wednesday, April 9, at 6:00 PM in Alumnae Hall. Through this event we will continue to celebrate The Multi-Cultures of GFS by sharing our personal stories through food and friendship. Your family is invited to dine with other community members and to share a food dish that is meaningful to your heritage or to your own family experience. We will have tables designated for foods from particular regions around the world. Craft stations will also be on display for hands-on participation. Be sure to RSVP online and save your place at this festive event!

    RESCHEDULED BLOOD DRIVE, APRIL 10: The April 10 Blood Drive Appointment Sheet is now on Barbara Blackston's desk in Marshall-Offutt. Donation times are available from 10:30 AM until 4:00 PM. The severe winter weather caused the Red Cross to cancel 1,500 blood drives in January and February. The cancellations affected 35 states and have left the organization short of 50,000 units of blood. Please roll up your sleeve on April 10th to help replenish the supply in our area. First-time donors are welcome!

    O’TOWN CONCERT SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 7:30 PM IN GARLAND THEATER:
    Don't miss this one-night only "O'Town" concert to honor Peter O'Neill and his love for Motown. Garrison Forest Blue Belles and Chamber Choir join professional singers for an unforgettable concert. Event details at right. Register by clicking here.

    UPCOMING HOLIDAYS: Passover and Easter are fast approaching. We know that many families will be celebrating and feel that this time together is so important. In order for the girls to have more time to enjoy these celebrations, there will be no homework, tests, quizzes or projects due on the day after Passover (Tuesday, April 15) and the day after Easter (Monday, April 21). Teachers make accommodations on Wednesday, April 16, for those celebrating the second night of Passover. We wish all our families wonderful holidays.

    UPPER SCHOOL APPLIED MUSIC RECITAL: You are cordially invited to the Upper School applied music recital on Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 PM in the Recital Hall of the Hathaway Fine and Performing Arts Center. Please join us for an evening of lovely music!

    POST-PROM VOLUNTEERS: Interested in volunteering on the Post-Prom Committee? Parent volunteers are needed on Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 to set-up and break-down the Post-Prom event held in the Searle Athletic Center. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Christy DiPietro at cmdipietro@comcast.net. Thank you!

    DAY OF SILENCE: On Friday, April 25, the Upper School will observe the Day of Silence. This day is set aside to acknowledge the silence in which many GLBTQ students are forced to live to avoid discrimination and bullying. All students may choose whether to participate, and there are several ways to show support, ranging from complete silence during the academic day to wearing a sticker which expresses support. This day is an example of education in the hallways as well as in the classroom: In keeping with our Statement of Respect, we seek to provide a variety of opportunities throughout the year to educate students about the various forms that discrimination can take.

    SAVE THE DATE: Every year the Athletic Department hosts the Athletic Awards Banquet to honor the achievements of our student athletes and teams for the school year. Please be sure to mark your calendars for this year’s banquet on Wednesday, May 14, at 6:00 PM in Alumnae Hall.

    2014-2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR: The calendar overview for the 2014-2015 school year is available on our website.

    Warmly,

    Melinda

  • Parents' Notes

    Posted March 31, 2014

    Dear Upper School Parents,

    I hope your family’s return to school was smooth and you are all back in the rhythms of school life. The spring trimester is a busy one, especially for Seniors, and in the coming weeks these notes will be full of reminders about exciting events and important processes, two of which begin this week.

    The first is second trimester reporting. Last week, your daughter met with her advisor to review her second trimester report card, which will be available to you through your Parent Portal account by the end of the week. The report will show your daughter’s first and second trimester grades, as well as her exam grades, which are not part of the second trimester marks but rather are averaged into the year grades in June. (While report cards show each trimester’s grade and the exam grades, student transcripts show only the year grade for each course.) The teacher comments on this report address your daughter’s performance, progress, and work habits since the first trimester reports in December. One of the advantages of the trimester calendar, which is new in the Upper School this year, is that students have a significant block of time after the exam and reports to make additional progress; teachers and advisors have led the girls in reflections on how they can take advantage of this time. If you have questions about your daughter’s progress, please don’t hesitate to contact her advisor. I am always here to help as well.

    In addition, at the end of this week, we will begin the process of course selection for next year. This process is led by advisors, who have teachers’ academic placements for students and who help the girls identify their options and develop the best plan for them. College counselors, the Director of Studies, and I work with advisors to ensure that girls are positioned to build a challenging course of study that will play to their strengths while ensuring their growth.

    As a parent and an educator, I know that there are many messages in the media, the culture, and the community about the course of study that people contend students need to pursue in order to be successful. These messages can be confusing to parents and distressing to students. In fact, each girl’s path is different, just as she is, and one of the greatest values of a Garrison Forest education is the deep knowledge of their students that teachers and advisors possess. This was affirmed by the highly successful alumnae who joined us Friday for Career Day, all of whom spoke about the personalized and powerful education they received here. Just as there is no one kind of college for all students, there is no one path to college. Advisors will guide your daughter in the best next steps for her, encouraging her to pursue her passions, develop her strengths, and address her areas for growth in the process. Your support of this process is invaluable, since it is to us as parents that our daughters look for affirmation of their achievement. As you read trimester reports and talk about course selection with your daughter, we hope you will focus on her growth and her goals – and we are here to partner with you in achieving both.

    Here are this week’s announcements:

    RE-ENROLLMENT CONTRACTS: Enrollment contracts are now due. Please log into your parent portal to complete the electronic agreement and submit the online enrollment deposit. If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact Stacy Mohn at 410-559-3142.

    FIRST WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST: Our April "First Wednesday Breakfast" will take place on Wednesday, April 2. Breakfast will be available in Alumnae Hall from 7:15 AM until 8:00 AM.

    JUKEBOX NIGHT MOVED TO FRIDAY, APRIL 4: Jukebox night has been moved to Friday, April 4, at 7:30 PM. Members of the Chamber Choir and Ragged Robins will entertain you with various pop covers! You can purchase a one song for $2, or three songs for $5. If you just want to come and show your support, then you can purchase an admission ticket at the door for $3. Concessions will also be on sale. Join us for a wonderful evening of music in support of the Upper School music program’s recording projects!

    POST-PROM FUNDRAISER AT PET DEPOT: The Pet Depot of Timonium is excited to host GFS dog owners for a "spring clean" self-serve dog wash to benefit Post-Prom. Bring in your dog April 4-6 and mention "GFS." Dog washes are $16 each and Post-Prom will receive 100% of the proceeds! There are 9 wash stalls and towels will be provided; owners should bring their own shampoo or may purchase supplies on-site for an additional fee. Please arrive at least an hour prior to closing. Hours of operation are Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pet Depot is located at 2151 Greenspring Drive in Timonium. For more information visit their website at www.petdepotmd.com or call 410-561-0931.

    MULTICULTURAL POTLUCK DINNER, APRIL 9: The Multicultural Committee of the GFS Parent Association is pleased to invite your family to the Multicultural Potluck Dinner on Wednesday, April 9, at 6:00 PM in Alumnae Hall. Through this event we will continue to celebrate The Multi-Cultures of GF by sharing our personal stories through food and friendship. Your family is invited to dine with other community members and to share a food dish that is meaningful to your heritage or to your own family experience. We will have tables designated for foods from particular regions around the world. Craft stations will also be on display for hands-on participation. Be sure to RSVP online and save your place at this festive event!

    RESCHEDULED BLOOD DRIVE, APRIL 10: The April 10 Blood Drive Appointment Sheet is now on Barbara Blackston's desk in Marshall-Offutt. Donation times are available from 10:30 AM until 4:00 PM. The severe winter weather caused the Red Cross to cancel 1,500 blood drives in January and February. The cancellations affected 35 states and have left the organization short of 50,000 units of blood. Please roll up your sleeve on April 10 to help replenish the supply in our area. First-time donors are welcome!

    UPCOMING HOLIDAYS: Passover and Easter are fast approaching. We know that many families will be celebrating and feel that this time together is so important. In order for the girls to have more time to enjoy these celebrations, there will be no homework, tests, quizzes or projects due on the day after Passover (Tuesday, April 15) and the day after Easter (Monday, April 21). Teachers make accommodations on Wednesday, April 16, for those celebrating the second night of Passover. We wish all our families wonderful holidays.

    POST-PROM VOLUNTEERS: Interested in volunteering on the Post-Prom Committee? Parent volunteers are needed on Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 to set-up and break-down the Post-Prom event held in the Searle Athletic Center. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Christy DiPietro at cmdipietro@comcast.net. Thank you!

    DAY OF SILENCE: On Friday, April 25, the Upper School will observe the Day of Silence. This day is set aside to acknowledge the silence in which many GLBTQ students are forced to live to avoid discrimination and bullying. All students may choose whether to participate, and there are several ways to show support, ranging from complete silence during the academic day to wearing a sticker which expresses support. This day is an example of education in the hallways as well as in the classroom: Given our Statement of Respect, we seek to provide a variety of opportunities throughout the year to educate students about the various forms that discrimination can take.

    2014-2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR: The calendar overview for the 2014-2015 school year is available on our website.

    Warmly,

    Melinda

  • Parents' Notes

    Posted March 24, 2014

    Dear Upper School Parents,

    Welcome back to school. We hope that you and your girls enjoyed the break and are returning ready for the busy months ahead.

    In the coming week, teachers will return exams to students and engage them in one of the most important parts of the exam experience, learning from the exam. The girls will be asked to analyze their performance on the exam and identify the areas where they need to solidify their understanding of the material or develop their skills, and teachers will work with them on doing just that in the coming weeks. Please encourage your daughter to make use of this learning opportunity: the chance to reflect on and improve learning is an advantage of our March exam model. Exam grades will be reported on the trimester 2 and end-of-year report cards.

    Here are this week’s announcements:

    JUKEBOX NIGHT, FRIDAY MARCH 28: It's back! Jukebox Night! Join us this Friday, March 28, 2014 @ 7:30 PM in the O-Zone for Jukebox Night 2014. This year, members of the Chamber Choir and Ragged Robins will entertain you with various pop covers! You can purchase one song for $2, or three songs for $5. If you just want to come and show your support, then you can purchase an admission ticket at the door for $3. All proceeds will benefit the 2014 Upper School Music Department's two recording projects, The Ragged Robins and The Chamber Choir. Concessions will also be on sale. All are invited and all are welcome. In true Garrison style, we're jamming with a live band on stage! Please join us for a fun-filled evening singing pop covers: Family and friends are welcome! Stay tuned for the list of songs and performing artists. Members of the Chamber Choir and Ragged Robins will have song lists and request forms available on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. We hope to see you there!

    PARENT COFFEE: ASK THE COUNSELOR, MARCH 31: Join Upper School Counselor, Elena Michelson, in Manor House from 8:15 AM-9:15 AM on Monday, March 31 for questions about adolescent development, behavior and parenting. Come share some coffee and discuss with Elena and peers best approaches to helping your daughter develop effective decision-making skills. Please send questions ahead of time to Elena at elenamichelson@gfs.org or bring them with you that morning.

    RE-ENROLLMENT CONTRACTS: Enrollment contracts are now due. Please log into your parent portal to complete the electronic agreement and submit the online enrollment deposit. If you have any questions about enrollment, please contact Stacy Mohn at 410-559-3142.

    POST-PROM FUNDRAISER AT PET DEPOT: The Pet Depot of Timonium is excited to host GFS dog owners for a "spring clean" self-serve dog wash to benefit Post-Prom. Bring in your dog this weekend, March 29-31 and/or April 4-6 and mention "GFS." Dog washes are $16 each and Post-Prom will receive 100% of the proceeds! There are 9 wash stalls and towels will be provided; owners should bring their own shampoo or may purchase supplies on-site for an additional fee. Please arrive at least an hour prior to closing. Hours of operation are Friday 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Sunday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pet Depot is located at 2151 Greenspring Drive in Timonium. For more information visit their website at www.petdepotmd.com or call 410-561-0931.

    POST-PROM VOLUNTEERS: Interested in volunteering on the Post-Prom Committee? Parent volunteers are needed on Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 to set-up and break-down the Post-Prom event held in the Searle Athletic Center. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Christy DiPietro at cmdipietro@comcast.net. Thank you!

    FIRST WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST: Our April "First Wednesday Breakfast" will take place on Wednesday, April 2. Breakfast will be available in Alumnae Hall from 7:15 AM until 8:00 AM. Please click here and register by Friday, March 28, so that our dining hall staff can plan appropriately.

    MULTICULTURAL POTLUCK DINNER, APRIL 9: The Multicultural Committee of the GFS Parent Association is pleased to invite your family to the Multicultural Potluck Dinner on Wednesday, April 9, at 6:00 PM in Alumnae Hall. Through this event we will continue to celebrate The Multi-Cultures of GFS by sharing our personal stories through food and friendship. Your family is invited to dine with other community members and to share a food dish that is meaningful to your heritage or to your own family experience. We will have tables designated for foods from particular regions around the world. Craft stations will also be on display for hands-on participation. Be sure to RSVP online and save your place at this festive event!

    SAVE THE DATE: Every year the Athletic Department hosts the Athletic Awards Banquet to honor the achievements of our student athletes and teams for the school year. Please be sure to mark your calendars for this year’s banquet on Wednesday, May 14, at 6:00 PM in Alumnae Hall. Look for registration details soon.

    2014-2015 SCHOOL CALENDAR: The calendar overview for the 2014-2015 school year is available on our website.

    Warmly,

    Melinda

  • Upper School Report Cards - Second Trimester

    Posted March 14, 2014

    Dear Upper School Parents,

    Report cards are now ready for your review. You can log in to the Parent Portal using your email address (=%SSEMAIL). To ensure that we have the correct e-mail address on file, please take a moment to log on to your Parent Portal account and set your password if you have not already done so this school year.

    As mentioned in earlier Parents’ Notes, the report card includes both trimester grades as well as your daughter's exam grade. Exam grades are not part of the second semester grade: they will be included in final grade on the end-of-year report card.

    We encourage you to speak with your daughter about areas in which she is working effectively as well as those in which she can strengthen her work habits, skills, and understanding. Please don't hesitate to let her advisor or me know if you have questions or concerns about her progress.

    If you are ready to log in:

    1. Go to [ http://www.gfs.org/parents ]http://www.gfs.org/parents and then select Login to the Parent Portal at the top of the menu.

    2. Enter your email address (=%SSEMAIL) and password.

    3. You are now logged onto the Parents Page. Please select Parent Portal from the menu to access your daughter's report card.

    If you forgot your password:

    1. Go to [ http://www.gfs.org/parents ]http://www.gfs.org/parents and then select Login to the Parent Portal at the top of the menu.

    2. At the Login page click the Retrieve Password link to set your password.

    3. Enter your e-mail address (=%SSEMAIL) and click the Reset Password button.

    4. An e-mail will be sent to that account with your temporary password. (Note: It may take up to 1 hour to receive the message and you may also need to check your SPAM filter.)

    5. Enter that temporary password and e-mail address to login to the Parent Portal. You will be prompted to enter a new password twice.

    6. You are now logged into the Parents Page. Please select Parent Portal from the menu to access your daughter's report card.

    Trouble-shooting:

    If you have trouble logging in or have logged in before but forgot your password, please contact [ mailto:avontejones@gfs.org ]Avonte Jones, (410-559-3121) or e-mail [ mailto:robertammons@gfs.org ]Robert Ammons, Director of Information Technology.

    Warmly,
    Melinda

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