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Three GHS Seniors Named National Merit Scholarship Finalists


Glendora High School seniors Philip Lin, Mohit Manohara, and Katherine Shade have all moved on as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship competition. They will be competing with 15,000 students from across the country to receive the 7,500 scholarships that will be awarded by the National Merit Scholarship Program. This is the first time that all
of the Semifinalists from GHS have moved on to the finals. Congratulations to these students and we wish them luck!

GUSD Spelling Bee 2017

After 21 rounds of spelling and vocabulary, the top three winners were:  1st place from Cullen, Keertan Venkatesh, 2nd place from Sellers, Edward Huang, and 3rd place from Sellers, Mia Reigstad.  Good luck to all of our School Top Winners who are participating in the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee on March 18th, at Mt. San Antonio College.

Thought Exchange Survey Results

Dear Parents, Staff and Community Members,

As you are aware, our school community recently took part in an online learning process. We’ve reviewed your thoughts and priorities and now want to share the results with you.

From the 963 stakeholders who contributed, we learned about our strengths and the areas that we can improve. Click Here to learn about the top priorities in our school and the top priorities of the District.

Again, thank you so much for contributing to the success of our schools and District. Your participation in the process was invaluable.


Rob Voors, Ed.D

Stanton Parents Learn to Code


Over 40 families participated in Stanton Elementary School's 4th and 5th grade Parent Coding Night. Mrs. Prouty and Ms. Krieter, the event coordinators, taught parents why being exposed to computer science is so important.  In addition to a presentation, students and parents had a chance do some coding of their own.