Welcome to the GSC 7th Grade webpage!
Anyone who would like to see what we are all about at GSC is welcome! Schedule a tour with Mrs. Barbara Gress.
Email or call Mrs. Gress at firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations on a wonderful school year. I look forward to seeing you all in September!
Links for students entering 7th grade:
Congratulations to Samantha Carlson and Anna Dougherty for receiving the Reddington “Read A Chapter Ahead” Scholarship. We are very proud of you!
The 6th and 7th grade field trip to The Outdoor School was so much fun!!
We learned so much from the 7th grade animal presentations.
The 8th Grade Rock Bands
Here are some photos from the Holiday Shop, Craft Day, and our 7th grade Advent Angel party.
Congratulations to all those selected to the Good Shepherd Catholic School charter of the NJHS. The Induction Ceremony took place on October 23rd. We are so proud of you!!
The 7th grade inductees are:
Maria Abraham Samantha Carlson
Rudy Del Prete Mollie Naessens
Francesca Rossi Maggie Telford
Kendall White Nicholas White
Daniel Wilkinson Kevin Wilkinson
We Love Science!
The 6th Grade recently made their own compasses using a needle, a piece of cork, a magnet, and a cup of water.
The 8th grade researched an element on the periodic table. They designed informational posters and built 3D models of an atom of their element.
The 6th grade made videos to explain Newton’s Laws of Motion. Lights, Camera, Action…
The 8th grade explored state changes in matter by making ice cream.
The 7th and 8th grade were given a block of wood, a plastic spoon, two push pins and a rubber band and told to create a catapult. Check out our engineers hard at work.
The 6th grade observed the forces of cohesion and surface tension. How many paper clips will make this cup of water overflow? How many drops of water can you fit on a penny? What was that mystery liquid that reduced the strength of these forces? Ask a 6th grader.
Do you want to get your scientific minds working…
Check out this link. STEM Guide for Kids. It lists over 200 STEM related websites.
Myrtle is back in the classroom. She has grown significantly this summer.