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May 11, 2018
Seniors planning on attending CMC next fall:  CMC will be here on Wednesday, May 16th, at 2:00 to help you with financial aide, course registration, and anything else you need help with to get you ready for your first semester of college! Plan on attending to get personalized help!!! 
If you are interested in running for a Student Council office, please pick up an application and petition from Mrs. Hartert in room 2506.  
Students must have at least one year of experience in Student Council to run for a student body office. If you are running for a class OR student body office, you must declare your intent to run for President, Secretary, or Treasurer. Class candidates must gather 75 signatures from their class. Student Body candidates must gather 150 signatures from classes 2019-2021. Petitions will be due on Tuesday, May 22 and elections and interviews will be held the week of May 29-June 1.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hartert in person in room 2506 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Login to to place your order for this year's yearbook, while supplies last. Get it online now, as we are approaching SOLD OUT status.
If you have a Chromebook checked out and are not using it, please return it to the library at your earliest convenience. Beat the end-of-year rush!
Grew up in the mountains? Want to stay and have a career in the dental field? Dr. Andrew Turchin of Aspen is looking for a few bright minds to train asdental assistants. This will be paid training with advancement opportunities and growth in the dental field. Please send a letter of interest to Shannon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or
Jimmy John's is hiring for the summer, come fill out an application today and speak with a manager for the best hours/most flexibility. Also ask about their get paid for good grade program.
The May 2018 edition of the Glenwood Springs High School
student newspaper, the Brimstone, is now online!
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