Congratulations to Mrs. Tracy Rocque on her retirement from GAC. She will be missed. We wish her all the best!
about 2 months ago, Amy Wysocki
Mrs. Rocque
Mrs. Rocque
It was a super fun last day at GAC in middle/high school! Eating lunch outside together, goodbyes and a surprise water fight that some students put together - great job! We hope everyone has a SAFE and FUN summer break!
about 2 months ago, Miranda Johnson
outside lunch
outside lunch
outside lunch 2
water fight
One more day to fill out this survey for a chance to win a gift card! https://forms.gle/yb7XwFtmXt5cLUiD6 Wondering about neurodivergence? Check out this article from the Milwaukee Sentinal Journal. GAC was featured in a different article in this series. https://www.jsonline.com/story/series/kidsincrisis/2024/05/08/answers-to-questions-about-neurodivergence-neurodiversity-and-autism/73045249007/
about 2 months ago, Britta Paulson
sensory path
We need YOU to share your thoughts! Be entered in a drawing for a gift card! Please respond by May 29. https://forms.gle/65wCgAMmaMpGGnZZ9
about 2 months ago, Britta Paulson
working hard
Several sophomores and juniors toured Mid Valley Industries (MVI) in Kaukauna and NWTC on Friday, May 17th.
about 2 months ago, Tracy Rocque
MVI
NWTC Masonry Shop
NWTC
Congratulations to Hawk for winning Artist of the Month for May! He was voted in with his mini-room he titled "Moving In". He made this using found objects in the art room or crafting them himself with airdry clay. Pictured are the other students who were voted in for Artist of the Month from Iron Mountain, Florence, Norway, West Iron, Pembine, Kingsford, and Niagara schools.
2 months ago, Miranda Johnson
Hawk Davis - Artist of the Month with his mini-room "Moving In"
Artist of the Month
We love our teachers & students here at GAC!
2 months ago, Miranda Johnson
Teacher Collage with Students
Teacher and Student collage
Busy Building!
2 months ago, Heather Amundson
Building Fun
If you are a reader of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, you may have noticed a familiar name in one of the captions...Goodman-Armstrong Creek school. We are so thankful for all the work our teachers do to help students regulate their emotions so they can do their best learning! https://www.jsonline.com/story/series/kidsincrisis/2024/05/08/wisconsin-schools-learn-to-accommodate-neurodivergent-students/73045188007/
2 months ago, Britta Paulson
emotions thermometer
calming corner
The Spring Concert is coming up! Join us Wednesday, May 15th at 6:00 PM in the High School gym to sing and play songs from around the campfire. Hope to see you there!
2 months ago, Miranda Johnson
Spring Concert
Wednesday, May 22, at 6:30 PM at the Pembine High School cafeteria there will be a mandatory sports meeting for all students planning to participate in sports during the 2024-25 school year. Athletes who will be in 6th -12th grade next year and their parents are asked to attend. Forms will be handed out and information will be provided about required physicals, and summer events, along with other sports information.
2 months ago, Miranda Johnson
athlete meeting
Today the Homestead class are the proud parents of 8 baby chicks (so far). The students have been learning how to brood chicks for the past few weeks and today is the day. They we so excited to see the chicks and learn how they have developed. They planted tomato and cucumber seeds for their gardens this summer. They also have replanted the aquaponics grower with peas. The interest the students have in learning is amazing. Great job homesteaders.
2 months ago, Tom Wysocki
Baby chicks
Baby chicks
Tomatos and cucumbers
Aquaponics peas
Looking for coaches for the following positions: Middle School Football Assistant Coach Assistant/JV Football Coach Assistant/JV Volleyball Coach Please send questions, applications, and letters of interest to Brian Esqueda and Steve Sigmund Application due by: Friday, May 24th, 2024, or until filled.
2 months ago, Miranda Johnson
Football and Volleyball Coach Posting
Several of our GAC students attended the 2nd Annual Construction Career Day 2024 held at the Blackwell Job Corps campus in Laona on Tuesday, April 30th. It was an interactive, hands-on day for our students who may be interested in exploring a career in architecture, construction, or related trade industries. Our students had the opportunity to meet and learn from journeypersons, union representatives, and employers to see what on the job training and apprenticeships they have to offer.
3 months ago, Tracy Rocque
Career Day
Career Day
Career Day
Career Day
The CESA 8 Career and Life Ready Department & NWTC recently partnered to showcase Non-Traditional Occupations (NTO) Event at NWTC Aurora for local High School Sophomores and Juniors. Local businesses brought in: hands-on activities, gave demonstrations, and brought equipment for the students to practice with. Areas that students learned about were Health Services, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Engineering, and support services from the Forward Services WIOA Program.
3 months ago, Miranda Johnson
trip 1
trip 2
trip 3
trip 4
Mrs. Slawinski will be receiving the UW La Crosse 2024 Graduate Student Academic Achievement Award for contributions to education as a scholar & practitioner benefiting both the field of education and simultaneously her students at GAC. We are so lucky to have her at Goodman-Armstrong Creek!
3 months ago, Miranda Johnson
Slawinski with Junior ELA class
PTO smelt fry was a great success!
3 months ago, Tracy Rocque
PTO Smelt fry thank you
The ASA show is coming up on Monday, April 15th. Public viewing of the art gallery is from 4 to 6 PM, followed by the awards presentation (parents and families of students who have their work in the show are encouraged to attend!). GAC has 6 students showing their art this year. Come to Kingsford High School (Middle School Gym) and view students' amazing work from this school year!
3 months ago, Miranda Johnson
ASA Show
UWGB Senior and GAC Alumni, Sophia Wysocki, is awarded first place in the second annual Cofrin School of Business Art Competition. Sophia will graduate from UWGB with a major in both Business Administration and Studio Art in May 2024.
3 months ago, Amy Wysocki
Sophia Wysocki
Brainstorm
PROM is on Saturday, April 13th, 2024 at the Goodman Clubhouse from 7 pm to 10 pm! This dance is for GAC and Pembine high school students to celebrate the Class of 2025. Grand March and Crowning starts at 7:15 pm. Parents, family, and friends are invited to watch and take pictures till 8:15 pm. Please enter through the door on Main Street (GAC Elementary School side) for the Clubhouse.
3 months ago, Miranda Johnson
PROM NIGHT