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  • Nominate a Candidate for the GHS Sports Hall of Fame

    For Immediate Release 
    December 22, 2020
    PR2021-Sports Hall of Fame


    Glassboro High School Sports Hall of Fame Nominations


    Do you remember a top teammate, a fabulous coach, or a powerhouse team from your days living in Glassboro or attending Glassboro High School? You now have an opportunity to nominate individuals and teams for the GHS Sports Hall of Fame. April 1, 2021 is the deadline to submit nominations. Click here for a copy of the GHS Sports Hall of Fame Nomination Form. Forms are also available from Sports Hall of Fame Committee members. Please see the nomination form for further details.


    The school’s sports hall of fame counts championship teams, former NFL players, coaches, basketball stars, swimmers, soccer players, and golfers among its members.


    Dave Kalapos, committee chairperson, notes, “The GHS Sports Hall of Fame inductions are now a tradition where we come together to recognize both individual athletes as well as the rich history of Glassboro High School athletic programs.”


    The GHS Sports Hall of Fame Committee will select inductees from the nominations. New inductees will then be honored at a banquet and a Glassboro High School football game in the fall of 2021.


    Committee members include Kimberly Smith Bey, Pete Calvo, Ruth Cibo, Bill Clark, Robert Cleary, Santina Haldeman, Herb Neilio, Rob Johnson, Dave Kalapos, June Longley, Christian Lynch, Jack McCulley, Jody Rettig, Sean Redman, Anna Stewart Miller, and Monique Stowman-Burke.

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  • GHS Interact and Friends of Rachel Clubs Host Out of the Darkness Walk

    For Immediate Release 
    PR2021-GHS Hosts Out of Darkness Walk
    December 10, 2020

    GHS Out of Darkness Participants and Sign


    GHS Hosted Out of the Darkness Walk


    Glassboro High School’s Interact and Friends of Rachel clubs hosted Out of the Darkness, a suicide prevention and awareness walk, in November. GHS Select Choir and National Honor Society members also walked in the event. They were joined by staff, parents, police officers and other community members. The event raised more than $150 for the cause.


    According to GHS Interact adviser Tina Spadafora, this is the third year that the school has taken part in such an event. In prior years, GHS groups walked with a larger group as part of what is known as the Gloucester County Out of Darkness Experience.


    The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention helps communities organize Out of Darkness walks across the nation. The AFSP website notes, “While this year’s events may look a little different, our mission to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide has not changed.


     Salma Ventura and Madison Ragsdale

    Glassboro High School seniors Salma Ventura and Madison Ragsdale joined other students, staff, parents, police officers and community members in the school’s Out of Darkness walk in November. 


    Participants and Signs at the Out of Darkness Walk

    GHS student Madison Ragsdale, Kiari Gaines (front), parent and community member Racheal Ledford (center, back),
    and Hannah Polillo are pictured above.

    (Photo credit for all photos – community member Diane Franklin)

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  • GHS Made Thanksgiving Day Brighter for Those in Need

    For  Immediate Release
    PR2021-Thanksgiving Project
    November 29, 2020

    Bags and Baskets of Donations


    Glassboro High School and a Non-Profit Organization Made Thanksgiving Brighter for Local Families

    Glassboro High School’s Guidance Office and CST members packed and delivered 12 Thanksgiving packages to district families in need. The packages included turkey, stuffing, gravy, fresh and canned vegetables, fruit, pies, crayons, and craft projects. The items were donated by the GHS Football Team, the Friends of Rachel Club, DECA, the GHS Class of 2023, district staff members and community members. Ashley Kulikowski and the non-profit Fearless Women Ministries provided 10 additional packages to district families. Ashley is a GHS graduate.

    Counselors Gathered to Pack Up Donations

    Glassboro High School Guidance and CST staff members Janae Dockins, Melissa Muth, Mary Beth Ragozzino, Gina Keating, and Robin Boyd are pictured during their recent Thanksgiving outreach.

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  • Health Screening Pledge

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  • Return to Campus Letter

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  • Powder Puff 2020

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  • Virtual Homecoming Activities

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  • 10/9/2020 - Football Game Canceled

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  • 10/9/2020 Attendance Reminder

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