Middle School East News
Mark your calendars! Gahanna Gala growing this year

Mark your calendars! Gahanna Gala growing this year

Did you know, since 2004, the Gahanna Jefferson Education Foundation (GJEF) has raised more than $1 million to support over 450 educational grants? Learn More »

High school students to perform Haydn’s ‘Little Organ Mass’ for GRIN

High school students to perform Haydn’s ‘Little Organ Mass’ for GRIN

The Gahanna Lincoln High School Chamber Orchestra and Chorale will present Franz Joseph Haydn’s ‘Little Organ Mass’ (1775) Sun., Jan. 25.

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Support the GJEF by attending the annual gala!

Support the GJEF by attending the annual gala!

Tickets are now available for purchase. Learn More »

GJPS offers many ways to receive closure and delay notifications

GJPS offers many ways to receive closure and delay notifications

There are many ways Gahanna families can find out about Gahanna-Jefferson school closures or delays! Learn More »

MSE student honored for ‘Patriot Pen’ essay

MSE student honored for ‘Patriot Pen’ essay

Middle School East eighth grade student Grace Yaw was recognized as the winner of the VFW Post 4719 Patriot Pen contest. Learn More »

Chinese class entertains overseas visitors from Ashland Chemical

Chinese class entertains overseas visitors from Ashland Chemical

Gahanna Chinese students rarely get a chance to practice their conversational skills outside of the classroom. When the opportunity arose to host a few Chinese guests for the day, teacher Neal Myers jumped at the occasion.

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Coffee With the Supt., Jan. 22

Coffee With the Supt., Jan. 22

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

Five easy flu prevention tips

Five easy flu prevention tips

It is officially cold and flu season. Here are a few tips to help you and your family stay healthy this year. 

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GJPS celebrates first ever Chinese Culture Day

GJPS celebrates first ever Chinese Culture Day

Gahanna’s Chinese teachers are always looking for new and exciting ways to offer Chinese enrichment activities for students to learn more about the Chinese culture and language. Learn More »

Information regarding 'Next Generation' assessments

Information regarding 'Next Generation' assessments

Beginning this school year (2014-15,) state assessments in Ohio will change from the traditional OAA/OGT to what is now referred to as Next Generation Assessments. Learn More »

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