Login form available for virtual students taking more than 2 virtual classes. [ PDF ]
Vendors include: Rosetta Stone, Time 4 Writing, Anatomy of Movement, Health and Wellness, Music Exploration and Field Trips.
Community Partner and GLHP Bedford schedule for the remainder of the 2013-2014 school year...
January 24th last day of first semester classes
January 27th Second Semester classes begin
February 12th Count Day - No Community Partner labs on Count Day
April 7th to April 11th - Spring Break week
May 2nd - Last Day of Community Partner Labs
June 12th last day of Partnership Classes
Community Partners are:
East Fork Farms
Maple Hill Golf
Ted Brooks Archery
Chungs Black Belt Academy
Community Music School
A partnership goal is to create a deeper connection between and among community members and the education of young people in our community. Using and supporting our community resources is a core principle of the partnership.
This learning partnership was built on Peter Senge’s model of “ Getting the community involved in the education of youth by using resources we already have.” An inspiration for this is a quote from John Dewey that says, “ What the wisest parent wants for their child, should the wisest community want for all children.”
By bringing parents, educators and community together,we will build a stronger community. The members of the community will feel a sense of belonging and be rooted to a community that listens and values the talents of it's citizens. We hope to all share the vision of our youth being our future, and the importance of their educational experience being inspirational and relevant.
We are proud of the passion and dedication of our community partners.
If you are interested in partnering with us, please fill out this form if you are a business
community partner application
and this form if you are an individual:
Through the Parent Partnership, Gull Lake offers opportunities to integrate learning, bringing relevance to academics.
The present day approach to education is about basic information transfer. Integrated learning is about discovering relationships between various aspects of one’s experience. A learner then engages in the process of sense-making: elaborating, refining, and putting that process to routine use in everyday life. This is something which is done naturally from birth, provided nothing inhibits or interferes with it. As long as the learner is allowed to “lead the way” and is treated with respect in their curious moments, this type of learning continues to happen. As a result, more and more relationships are created, thus developing a greater knowledge and understanding base, which leads to wisdom.
Some of our virtual classes have labs available that give students the ability to put learning into action.