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2016-17 Officers

President: Becca Cheney
Vice President: Madi Helsel
Secretary: Hannah Smock (2nd Trimester)
Treasurer: Nate Burmeister
Student Senate Representatives: Justin Nicholas & Kaitlyn Bennett (1st Trimester)
Members-at-Large: Kaitlyn Bennett (2nd Trimester), Hannah Smock (1st Trimester), Tiffany Cook & Mallory Hatfield
Student Senate Lt. Governor: Haley Kocefas
Advisors: Eric Tunney & Tracy Wilson

Class Apparel

Class Apparel orders are offered at the beginning of the school year and again just before the holidays.  Class apparel supports fundraising activities of the class and is worn on class days for events like fundraisers, Homecoming and Snowgoing. Ideally, we would like each student to have at least one piece of class apparel. 

Class Dues Statement

Each graduating class collects class dues from each student to offset the number of necessary fund raiser activities needed for satisfying class financial obligations. Class dues and fund raiser monies are utilized for the purpose of covering costs such as homecoming events, floats, snowgoing activities, window painting, banner making, lip-sync activities, class t-shirts, senior yearbooks, junior/senior prom, senior flowers for graduation and spirit week competitions in addition to other expenses that may occur. Questions regarding class activities and finances should be directed to the class advisors.

Class dues must be paid by the end of each school year, or the student may be placed on social probation. Refer to Billing, Class Dues, and Community Service in the Student Code of Conduct section of the handbook.

Dues are $40. This can be paid all at once -- or at least $10 per year.

To avoid social probation, students need to have:

$10 of class dues paid and 10 hours of community service hours turned in by the first day of school their sophomore year.

$20 of class dues paid and 20 hours of community service turned in by the first day of their junior year.

$30 of class dues paid and 30 hours of community service turned in by the first day of their senior year.

$40 of class dues and 40 hours of community service by March 1 of their senior year.

If dues are not paid by the senior year, the student may be in jeopardy of not participation in the graduation ceremony.

Please make dues payable to "GHS Class of _____" and enter the student's graduation year. They may be mailed to the advisors at GHS, or students can hand deliver them. Cash is accepted.

Class advisors are responsible for approving spending and all other financial decisions, along with collecting and tracking class dues.

-Donna Boughner, Principal