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General's Boosters Club
Welcome to General's Boosters Club
The Grant High Boosters are a group of parents, faculty and community members who support the extra-curricular activities at Grant High School. This includes OSAA sports and activities as well as all clubs, whether athletic, service or activity centered. The majority of our funding traditionally comes through the annual Booster auction, but other ongoing fund raising activities happen throughout the year.
Boosters Annual Auction, Feb 22nd Read more about it below.
Please come and join us in maintaining and enriching the experiences of the students at Grant!
- Grant PTA
ANNUAL FUNDRAISER EVENT
Booster Annual Auction
The Boosters’ Annual Auction, on Feb. 22nd, is our major fundraiser
to raise money to support Grant High School’s extra and co-curricular
activities—from the Black Student union to Mock Trial club to the Lacrosse team.
We need substantial working capital throughout the year to help clubs and
organizations purchase necessities like athletic uniforms, music stands, art
Our volunteer staff is working tirelessly to open lines of
communication and raise parent awareness. It is in this light that we are asking
every single Grant parent to dive in and lend a hand. There is no better time
than now to put your efforts into the Auction in the forms of business or
personal sponsorships and item donations.
Call for Artists Do you create specialty jewelry? Mixed Media? Sculpture? Are
you new on the market? Do you offer classes? Do you want to get the word out?
Our event offers exposure before, during, and after the
Boosters is recruiting sponsors for every aspect of the upcoming "Mardi Grant" Auction on February 22. As a preferred business sponsor, you can print the catalog, reserve a teacher table, fund the decorations, or many etceteras with high visibility as well as a business deduction. Tickets are also available to purchase individually, as a couple or a table of friends.
Go here to see sponsorship options or call Maura White (Class of ’81) today at 503.709.1103.
Welcome to Boosters
The GHS Band Boosters is a group of parents, teachers, community members and students who support the band program by organizing events and raising funds.
Anyone and everyone who cares about instrumental music at Grant High is a Band Booster.
Everyone is welcome to attend our regular meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at about 7pm, following the general Grant High Parent Involvement gatherings, which start at 6:30pm in the library. Please join us!
Boost Our Band There are so many ways you can get involved with band, the students’ growth as musicians and the future of music at Grant.
• supplying snacks/food for pep band and events
• organizing or staffing an event
• helping at concerts
• communications, design, Web management
• board positions
• uniform support
• equipment moving/set up
• middle school outreach
• attending concerts, pep band and competitions
Grant Band Program Wind Ensemble*
Pep Band—fall and winter
Marching Band—Hollywood Veterans’ Day Parade
Pit Orchestra—spring musical theater production *Members selected by audition in the spring
Our Annual Event
Sweet Sound of Jazz
The Sweet Sound of Jazz is our annual festive and flavorful fundraiser in February. Guests enjoy an elegant ambiance and performances by our talented musicians while savoring an array of fancy desserts and bidding on unique regional items in a silent auction.
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District Title VI & Title IX Contact: Greg Wolleck, HS Regional Administrator (503-916-3963)
District 504 Contact: Tammy Jackson, Director, Student Services (503-916-5460)
American Disabilities Act Contact: Human Resources (503-916-3544)
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501 North Dixon Street
Portland, Oregon, 97227-1807 - USA