Fourteen students and two teachers from the Gifu Kita School visit Catlin Gabel and stay with school families from January 3 through 10. This is the 20th anniversary year of our exchange program with our sister school in Japan. Be sure to say hello, or, rather, konichiwa!
January 15 sorting party canceled
Please collect children's and youth books to contribute
We are excited to announce the next CG Service Corps activity: a book drive benefiting Bienestar, a nonprofit housing and service organization serving Washington County’s Hispanic community.
Upper School students have been volunteering at the Bienestar homework club for three years. Our book drive will further cement a wonderful partnership and boost Bienestar’s mission to educate the migrant labor population they serve.
Cross-divisional teams of Catlin Gabel students and faculty-staff will collect and presort donated books between January 10 and 21.
Parents, students, faculty-staff, and alumni are invited to two sorting parties in the barn on Saturday, January 22.
We will load books onto the retired Rummage truck for delivery to Bienestar.
Details about book drop locations to follow.
“If there’s one thing Catlin Gabel families have in abundance, it’s books!”
—Service Corps Core Steering Committee
A hero, a dragon, girls acting dippy, and boys in tutus. This decidedly 8th grade show is a perennial favorite that has been performed to the delight (and horror) of Catlin Gabel audiences since the 1940s. Borrowing from the same basic plot (we use the term loosely), each class reflects its own personality in St. George and the Dragon.
Click on any photo to begin slide show, enlarge images, and access printable downloads of the pictures.
Both the boys and girls soccer teams play in the state finals on Saturday at Liberty High School! The occasion is made even more momentous because it marks Mike Davis’s final game as boys head coach. He retires in June after 23 years at Catlin Gabel.
A strong showing of Catlin Gabel fans at the championship games would be awesome.
Come cheer on the mighty Eagles as they play back-to-back games for the state championships.
Saturday, November 20
Girls vs. St. Mary's of Medford at 10:30 a.m.
Boys vs. St. Mary's of Medford at 1 p.m.
You can watch both games with the same admission price of $8 for adults and $5 for students.
Can't make it to the games in person?
Watch the action streaming live or keep track of the stats online
Girls stats: http://w3.osaa.org/scorecenter/gsc/10-11/brackets/live/3A-2A-1A
Streaming video: http://www.osaa.tv/events/13253
Boys stats: http://w3.osaa.org/scorecenter/bsc/10-11/brackets/live/3A-2A-1A
Streaming video: http://www.osaa.tv/events/13248
» Link to highlight reel of Mike Davis's final home game. Thank you, Jennifer Davies, for taping, editing, and posting video.
The boys and girls varsity soccer teams play in the state soccer semifinals on Tuesday, November 16.
The boys play at home against Boardman's Riverside School at 7 p.m. on our home field. This is Coach Mike Davis's final home game. He retires in June.
The girls play Rogue River High School at 3:30 p.m. The game will be played at Grants Pass High School.
OSAA admission fee $7 adults, $5 students.
Watch the Eagles score and soar
Thanks go to parent of alumni Jennifer Davies for posting exciting videos of Catlin Gabel goals made in the quarterfinal games.
More than 75 Catlin Gabel community members worked together to pack food at the Oregon Food Bank.
From the Fall 2010 Caller
From the Fall 2010 Caller