What’s happening at GHS?

Gladstone groups join forces on holiday Adopt-a-Family effort
In what has become an annual tradition, several Gladstone groups will work together to make the holiday season brighter for over 100 struggling families, providing food boxes, toys for children, and gift cards for teens. Partners include the Gladstone Fire Department, Gladstone School District, Gladstone Kiwanis, and Gladstone/Oak Lodge Rotary.

Community members are invited to contribute to the effort by dropping off non-perishable food donations at the blue donation barrels located at the Gladstone Library, Gladstone Fire Department, and many Gladstone businesses.
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Gladstone band students win regional honors
Gladstone high musicians Sadie Klaus [grade 12] and Jordyn Layton [grade 10] were accepted into the All Northwest Symphonic Band. They were chosen from more than 4,000 students from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Oregon.

This group of the best high school musicians from five states will have the opportunity to perform with Kenny G, Doc Severinson, Allen Vizzutti, and other master conductors and performers at the Hilton in Portland on February 16.
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Netflix films Trinkets at Gladstone High
A ten episode TV series called Trinkets is being shot at the high school on weekends through December. The story is focused on three students who become friends through adversity. We have had the opportunity for students to serve as extras and interns. Also some students and staff have auditioned for small parts in the production. The production company is filming at various locations in the Portland area. Students will be able to see themselves and our school when the series runs on Netflix on a date as yet to be determined. If your student is interested in being an extra have them continue to listen to announcements and pick up the paperwork.