Congratulations to the Associated Student Body officers for the 2020-21 school year. The new Chief of Staff is current junior John DeForest, the President/Vice President team is sophomores Jasmine Brown and Maddy Roberts. See ASB Advisor Mark Rickard's Announcement of the results and comments on the virtual campaign that all the candidates ran. Each candidate recorded a video campaign speech and reached out to students via social media. Elections are possible in a pandemic!
Three SGS seniors have won scholarships in the Spokane Scholars recognition. Congratulations to Sarah Wu, who was 3rd in Mathematics for a $2,000 scholarship, and to Marshall Roll, who was 2nd in English, for a $3,000 scholarship. Special honors to Kathryn Moon, who was the top Social Studies student in the Spokane area and will receive a $4,000 scholarship. See the Spokane Scholars Announcement Video for more information about the scholarship winners. (Marshall is at the 5:43 mark of the video, Sarah at the 13:47 mark, and Kathryn is at the 25:51 mark.) Go Dragons!
The teachers and staff in the Middle and Upper Schools miss their students! Here's a Video of photos and video clips from them to the 6th through 12th graders while they have to stay apart. Key messages include "Get Outside", "We are in this together", and "Everyone has lunch duty!" Go Dragons!
See a variety of photos from the May 31 Graduation ceremony for the Class of 2019. See photo galleries of Candid Shots from before the ceremony, Photos by the Bridge with friends and families, the Start of the Ceremony, Kind Words for seniors with last names starting from A to J, Kind Words for those with last names starting K-Z, the Ceremony Closing, and the Reception in ESAC. Congratulations to all 37 members of the Class of 2019!
Thirty-seven members of the Class of 2019 crossed Graduation Bridge and received their diplomas from family and mentors on May 31. Watch a Video of the SGS faculty and Class of 2019 marching out following the Angus Scott Pipe Band after the Graduation Ceremony. Also see the Inlander Ad that highlighted each graduate and many of the colleges and universities that they were accepted to. And look for photo galleries of Graduation on the website in the next week or two...