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Save the Date: GHS Drama Dept. Presents Fall Play Nov. 3-4

Save the Date - Nov. 3-4 the GHS Drama Department presents the fall play, " John Lennon and Me." Watch for information on tickets coming soon!

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Posted Friday, October 20, 2017

GMS Teacher Receives Leaders for Learning Award

GMS teacher Dave Stewart received the Licking County Foundation's Leaders for Learning Award. He teaches seventh grade social studies and has been teaching for 29 years.

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Posted Friday, October 13, 2017

Save the Date: Music Boosters Craft Show Nov. 4

The Granville Music Boosters Craft Show is Saturday, Nov. 4, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the GHS Commons, 248 Burg Street. Shop with 30 vendors while enjoying performances by Granville bands, choirs and orchestras!

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Posted Monday, October 9, 2017

Positive Parenting Program Seminar Registration Open

The Licking County Family YMCA will host the PPP (Positive Parenting Program) seminar "Raising Confident, Competent Children" on Thursday, Nov. 2. Registration is open through Oct. 27 - free child care is available for children under 7 if you register in advance. Click or tap here for details.

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Posted Monday, October 9, 2017

GIS to Honor Veterans on Nov. 10 - Area Vets Invited to Attend!

GIS sixth grade students will honor veterans at a Veterans Day assembly on Friday, Nov. 10 at 9 a.m. The students will present speeches, read book selections and perform songs. Area veterans of any military branch are invited to attend!

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Posted Thursday, October 5, 2017

GIS Collects School Supplies for Texas Students Impacted by Hurricane

A group of sixth graders at GIS might define project based learning as so engaging that they give up lunch and recess to get their work done. At least that’s how it worked in Ashley Dugan’s classroom when they were watching a video about the impact of Hurricane Harvey on Texas.

“The students’ reaction was to ask what they could do to help,” Ashley said. Online research was the first step. The students made contact with Mr. Smith in a district outside Houston that was about to add 1,000 displaced students. He told the group what supplies were needed, and they decided to continue their project with a drive to collect the items.

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Posted Thursday, September 28, 2017

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