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Kira Fuller was awarded the highest award, a gold medal, at the National FCCLA Recognition awards ceremony.
Class of 2018 Tosses Caps After Graduation
GHS Class of 2018 Graduation March at GES
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2018 Bike to School Day at GES
GES 1st Graders Perform 'Little Engine' Musical
GES Kindergarten Class Celebrates Local Heroes
Walk to School Day for GES Students and Families
First Day High Fives at GES
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Sneak Peek (Open House)
GIS Rotation Day #1
First Day of School
GIS Rotation Day #2
Curriculum Night (Open House, Grades 9-12)
GIS Rotation Day #3
GIS Rotation Day #4
GIS Rotation Day #1
4th Grade Curriculum Night
GIS Rotation Day #2
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We are currently seeing problems with schedules not showing in Parent access. See below for a workaround.
Regular Board Meeting Agenda for August 13 2018
The Regular Board Meeting Agenda for August 13, 2018 has been posted. The meeting will be held in the District Office Board Room, 1st floor, 130 N. Granger Street, Granville.
Fuel Up to Play 60
Granville Intermediate students chosen to attend National Summit Five Granville Intermediate students attended the nation's largest in-school health and wellness program known as the Fuel Up To Play 60 Summit held in Atlanta, Georgia. Granville Intermediate sixth grader, going into seventh, Sean Sheehan was chosen to represent Granville and Ohio as the State Ambassador. Zoe Gravitt, Slade Thaxton, Beckett Long and Ethan Stephens attended the summit as Student Ambassadors. GIS Physical Education Teacher and Fuel Up to Play 60 Adviser Meredith Ervin accompanied the students. The National Dairy Council and the National Football League, in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture, created the Fuel up to Play 60 program. It empowers student leaders and adult supporters to increase opportunities for and participation in healthy eating and physical activity in our nation's schools every day. The Summit experience, funded by the National Football League (NFL) and the National Dairy Council, allowed the students to meet and play Flag Football with NFL players and NFL alumni, Dairy farmers spoke and shared farming experiences, Olympic medalist Aja Evans shared her journey from running track to bobsledding, US Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher was a key note speaker, Roger Goodell spoke to the students at Mercedes Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons, and students attended workshops on nutrition and fitness activities daily during the week. Beckett Long, GIS incoming sixth grader, won $1000.00 for a presentation in a Innovation Challenge (similar to Shark Tank) designing a sustainable nutrition program taste testing event so student's have choice in meal planning at the school. About the Program: Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by the National Dairy Council and the NFL, in collaboration with the USDA, to help encourage today's youth to lead healthier lives.
Convenience Fee Change Information
For several years, Granville Schools have used the online PayForIt system for parents to remit class fees and to fund lunch accounts for their students. PayForIt charges a convenience fee for each transaction, which in the past has been absorbed by the school district. The cost to the district of the fees was nearly $50,000 last year. Due to budgetary restraints Granville School will no longer be able to absorb that cost for parents. Parents using PayForIt for fees and lunch accounts will see the convenience charges added to the amount of the transactions on their credit card bills. You will be able to continue to use personal checks or cash to pay both school fees and lunch charges.
Pay to Participate Information
On Monday July 9, 2018 the Granville Board of Education approved a pay-to-participate fee for Middle and High School athletics and an increase in the activity fee for the High School. The athletic pay-to-participate fees will offset about 40% of the costs of coaching salaries. This new fee was part of the $640,000 reduction made after the levy failure in May. By instituting this fee, the Board was able to eliminate six rather than 8 or more staff positio
November 2018 Levy
On Monday July 9, 2018 the Granville Schools Board of Education placed a .75% all income tax on the November Ballot. See the presentation by District Treasurer Mike Sobul here.
Granville Schools has partnered with FinalForms to make managing your student's information simple - you will never have to enter the same information twice! The District asks all parents/guardians of students to use FinalForms.FinalForms is an online forms and data management service that replaces the need for paper forms. You will complete and sign forms for enrollment, back to school and athletic participation, then FinalForms will save all your student's information...every year and every season! FinalForms also saves you time by pre-populating information for each student. You may review your data at any time to keep it current.If you have not received an email from FinalForms directing you to register, please contact Lisa Fitch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SS11 Provides Resource Directories
The State Support Team Region 11 at the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio provides resource directories for families with students across all need areas.
2018-19 School Calendar
Board has approved the calendar for the 2018-19 school year. Click here for details.
Granville Schools Quality Profile 2016-17
A successful school district places a high degree of importance on ensuring that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential inside and outside of the classroom. This profile helps characterize the overall educational value of Granville Schools in areas that matter most in our community.
New to the District?
Registration for children who are new to the district can now be done online. Please click or tap here to begin the process. Once you have completed the online form, you will be contacted to set up an in-person meeting to complete the process. Welcome!
Parent Portal Provides Student Information & Services
The district’s Parent Portal provides multiple views into your children’s accounts and is the best resource for information and services - from schedules and bus routes to Schoology and PayForIt.
The 'Why' Behind Project Based Learning
The experience of thousands of students across all grade levels and subject areas, backed by research, confirms that PBL is an effective and enjoyable way to learn - and develop deeper learning competencies required for success in college, career and civic life. The current Ohio State standards emphasize real-world application of knowledge and skills, and the development of success skills such as critical thinking/problem solving, collaboration, communication in a variety of media, and speaking and presentation skills. PBL is an effective way to meet these goals while developing a passion for learning in our students.
Need a GHS Transcript?
High school transcripts can now be requested online by visiting the "Alumni" section on the Granville High School website. Complete the required information and upload a copy of your picture I.D. to expedite the process. Click or tap here to fill out the online transcript request form.
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