State Testing


State testing is just around the corner.  As many of you are aware, the state has transitioned to the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) test for English Language Arts and Math.  It replaces the old OAKS test that your student has been very familiar with.  The new SBAC test is more comprehensive and interactive than the OAKS test. While the old OAKS test was based on Oregon State Standards, the Smarter Balanced Test is rooted in the Common Core State Standards.  All juniors will take the test this year regardless of how they have performed on OAKS tests in prior years.  We will start our testing on April 27 with the math test. State testing for science will remain the same.  Please encourage your student to put out there best effort as the test is one way to meet the state required essential skills of reading and math.

Ryan Thompson


Clay Rounsaville 
Athletic Director, Assistant Principal  

Tommy Blanchard

Assistant Principal
John Stillwell 

Assistant Principal

Keith Jaroslow
Assistant Principal

Stacy Morgan
Dean of Students

Jodi Hood
Office Manager

Ronda Tocher

Artist of the Month: Nathan Altom-Inghram

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Check our our new Makerspace page. Create a graphic design, make
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Congratulations to our 2015 Academic Masters Winners

The following students will move on to represent GPHS in the county-wide competition:

Josh Akins - Math

Austen Anderson - English

Kellen Bogardus - Social Studies

Stephen Covrig - Science

DJ Snyder - Music

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or send a note with your student.  Student absences not cleared within 3 days will be considered truancy.

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