Middle School East News
Coffee With the Supt., Aug. 11 and 28

Coffee With the Supt., Aug. 11 and 28

Please join GJPS staff, parents, residents and stakeholders for an informative and informal two-way chat over coffee. Learn More »

School portrait information

School portrait information

Watch your mail for a flyer from HR Imaging! Learn More »

New to Gahanna? Start the enrollment process with a visit to the ‘Welcome Center’

New to Gahanna? Start the enrollment process with a visit to the ‘Welcome Center’

Students and families new to Gahanna-Jefferson need to look no further than the Welcome Center. Learn More »

Special education department offers extended school year programming

Special education department offers extended school year programming

To continue offering additional instruction and an extended school year for some students, the special education department has formed a unique partnership. Learn More »

GJPS recognizes 27 retirees

GJPS recognizes 27 retirees

Thank you to the 27 employees who retired from Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools this year! Learn More »

GLHS ‘S’ Club welcomes incoming freshman girls with workshop

GLHS ‘S’ Club welcomes incoming freshman girls with workshop

Girls of the incoming freshman class of 2018 were welcomed to join the GLHS ‘S’ Club for a two-day ‘Goal Girl’ summer workshop, held June 3 and 4. Learn More »

GJEF announces spring grant recipients

GJEF announces spring grant recipients

GJEF is very pleased to announce that over $44,500 of grants were awarded.

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GLHS underwater robotics teams qualify for MATE international ROV competition

GLHS underwater robotics teams qualify for MATE international ROV competition

Gahanna Lincoln is the only high school this year to place two teams, both Ranger and Explorer, into the international competition. Learn More »

Summer lunch program provides free meals for the community

Summer lunch program provides free meals for the community

Do you know a student in need of a meal when the USDA-sponsored federal free and reduced-price school lunch program is unavailable? Learn More »

Student team from MSE advancing to national science competition

Student team from MSE advancing to national science competition

A team of sixth grade students from Middle School East — Ashton Cofer, Julia Bray, and Luke Clay — has made the national finals in the eCYBERMISSION STEM competition and will be traveling to Washington DC in June to compete for the championship. Learn More »