Latest High School News & Announcements
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GRHS Theatre Co. Presents: Mystery & Mahem
The Glen Rock High School Theatre Company will present Spring Scenes 2017: Mystery and Mayhem, a collection of four short plays by various authors, at 7:30 pm on Thursday, March 30th, Friday, March 31st, and Saturday, April 1st. “Mystery and Mayhem” includes Maxine Holmgren’s Murder at the Grey’s Hound Mansion, C.B. Gilford’s Any Body for Tea?, If Sherlock Holmes Were A Woman by Tim Kelly, and The Mystery at Twicknam Vicarage by David Ives. Each play is a hilarious take on timeless murder mysteries that is sure to leave the audience in stitches. Over forty students are involved with this exciting production, including three student directors.
All performances will take place in the GRHS auditorium located at 400 Harristown Road, Glen Rock. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/senior citizens and will be sold at the door 30 minutes prior to each performance. All tickets will be for general admission.
Under the Rock - New Episode!
Human Relations Conference
On Wednesday, April 19, Bergen County will hold a free conference, "Understanding Your Neighbor, Creating Cultural Awareness and Embracing Diversity". All are welcome to attend. Click here for more info.
Relay for Life - Family Movie Night
Glen Rock Relay for Life is hosting a family movie night in the HS cafeteria on Friday, April 1st from 7-9pm. Everyone is welcome - students of all ages and parents too. Admission includes a juice box, popcorn, and a movie! Click here for more info and to download a permission slip.
Glen Rock Environmental Commission
The Glen Rock Environmental Commission (GREC) is looking to mentor high school students for a project to measure the carbon footprint of our town as a baseline to reduce greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change. Students can decide whether to lead or help out in the project and will receive volunteer hours signed by the GREC. If interested, please, contact Sylvia Rabacchi (GREC co-chair): email@example.com”
GRHS 2017 Career Day
On April 5th, GRHS will sponsor an all-day Career Day in the Media Center where students can speak with representatives from a variety of careers. Click here for more info and instructions on how to sign up!
Glen Rock's First Ever Bollywood Night!
On Friday, May 5th, Glen Rock will hold its first ever Bollywood Night! Come shake a leg, enjoy Bollywood dance performances, Indian food, get henna tattoos, and lots more! Click here for more info.
Hidden in Plain Sight
The Bergen County Office of Drug and Alcohol Dependency will hold an interactive awareness program for parents on Tuesday, April 25th. Click here for more info.
NJ Monthly Selects GRHS as Tops in Bergen County
We are pleased to announce that Glen Rock High School as once again been recognized as one of the Top High Schools in New Jersey by NJ Monthly Magazine. This edition ranks GRHS as #10 in New Jersey and the top public high school in Bergen County! Click here for more information, as well as a link to the complete list.
High School Activity Fee
Click here to pay this year's high school activity fee, which is once again $150. Fees can only be paid by credit card.
GRHS Recognized Again by Newsweek
Glen Rock High School has once again been recognized as one of the top high schools in the nation. Click here for the story.
College Board AP Honor Roll
Glen Rock High School is a proud recipient of the College Board's AP Honor Roll. Click here to read about this distinction.
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying
There is relatively new legislation regarding Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB). Our district has always taken student misconduct seriously, in all forms, and will continue to do so. We support the goals of the law and will fully implement its requirements. The legislation requires reporting of suspected HIB, investigation and determination of whether the behavior is HIB or not. It defines specific reporting and follow-up activities. Harassment, intimidation or bullying means any gesture, written, verbal or physical act, or technological threat whether it be a single incident or a series of incidents that takes place on school property, at any school sponsored function, going to and/or from school, or off school grounds that substantially disrupts or interferes with the orderly operation of the school or the rights of other pupils.
The district policy and contact information for the Anti-Bullying Coordinator is available on the district website. The High School Anti-Bullying Specialist is Mr. Bill Crispino.
He can reached at (201)-445 7700 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Click here to access the form needed for reporting.
Click here for the Glen Rock school district definition of H.I.B.
Please click here for list of co-curricular opportunities and the respective advisors for the 2016-2017 school year.
GRHS Graduation 2016: Honoring Christopher Barron
Please click the link below to see Principal John Arlotta's tribute to Christopher Barron, honorary member of the GRHS Class of 2016.
In addition, sports columnist Adrian Wojnarowski shared the moment with Tiki Barber, who previously met Christopher. Click here to hear the segment from his radio program.
Integrated Pest Management
Click here for a letter concerning Integrated Pest Management.