Middle School Community Council

 

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Grand County Middle School 

School Community Council

Meeting Dates and Times

2016-2017

 

All meetings start at 3:30 p.m. at the Middle School in the Vocational Building. All meetings are open to the public.

 

Elections: August 31, 2016

September 28, 2016

October 26, 2016

November 30, 2016

January 25, 2017

February 22, 2017

March 29, 2017

April 26, 2017

Final meeting: May 24, 2017

 

The purpose of SCC is to improve students’ academic achievement by developing a plan based on district and school goals. See http://www.schoollandtrust.org.


 

Community Council Training Videos

 


 

 

The Truth about Tax Rates

Submitted by haleyl on Mon, 08/15/2016 - 14:34

After holding a Truth in Taxation hearing on August 3, the Grand County Board of Education has approved the district’s tax rates for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. After a brief presentation from Grand County Schools Business Administrator Robert Farnsworth, the board voted in favor of freezing the tax rates in order to help pull in new funds that can be used for capital building projects, and help offset the impacts of inflation.

High School Announcements

Grand County High School
ANNOUNCEMENTS –May 8-14 , 2017             GCHS The Time Is 

Congratulations to May 2017 Students of The Month- Sarah Day & Ethan Clark

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

Monday May 8

Tuesday May 9

Wednesday May 10

Thursday May 11

Friday May 12

Sat.  May 13

Sunday May 14

 

Reggie Goldtooth

Jonathan Medina

Michaiah Sims-McElhaney-Jackson

Hannah Owens

Rowan Antonuccio Meredes Melo

Isaiah Moore

Corbin Arbon

Steven Hall

Ethan Clark

Wyatt Gholson

Corrina Kause

Aushea Lore

 

 

Lunch

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

ASIAN CHK BOWL EGG ROLL, VEGETA SWEET N SOUR SAU PEAR SLICES FORTUNE COOKIE MILK

CHICKEN TENDERS MAC & CHEESE V BROCCOLI SALAD BAR APPLE SLICES WHEAT ROLLS MILK

PIZZA CHEESE V PIZZA PEPPERONI PIZZA,HAWAIIAN PIZZA SUPREME HS SALAD BAR BANANA APPLESAUCE CUPS, MILK

TACO NACHO BAR SPANISH RICE PEARS, DICED* ORANGE SALSA MILK

CHICKEN SANDWICH FISH SANDWICH POTATO WEDGES S LETTUCE TOMATOES CELERY CARROTS STRAWBERRY CUPS PINEAPPLE, FRESH RANCH DRESSING KETCHUP MAYONNAISE MILK

 

*The Grand County High School Class of 2017's class gift is water bottle filling machines for the school. To help raise money toward that project, the seniors will be hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at the Youth Garden Project on next Monday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. Adult tickets (ages 12 and up) cost $10, child tickets (ages 4-12) cost $5, and children ages 3 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased in the GCHS office or during the MARC Art Walk this coming Saturday, May 13 at 6 p.m

*Students  today (Friday) is the last day you can charge your meals. Monday (May 15) we won't be able to accept any charges. The students need to have money in their account to eat for the last two weeks of school.

*Soccer boys need to turn their uniforms into the office by this Friday. That's two shirts and one pair of shorts per player.

*After advisory on Friday. Jeramy McElhaney will be representing the Red Rock Fourwheelers and would like to have a brief talk with the senior class about the after graduation party at the Bowling Alley.

Senior advisors, please remind the seniors about the meeting right after advisory.

*Congratulations to the Class of 2017 Valedictorian~ Jaylene Knowles Co- Salutatorians~ Bjorn Nicolaisen & Sarah Day

Grand County High School

Student Body Officers

2017-18

President:  Brooklin Hugentobler

Vice President:  Bruin Meador

Secretary:  Brenna Cobb

Public Relations:   Corbin Arbon

Senior Class

President:  Cody Gatlin

Vice President:  Grace Osusky

Secretary:   Tyler Moreau

Club Council Rep:  Elton Kunze Jones

Junior Class

President: Auburn Jackman

Vice President:   Tanner Mascaro

Secretary:  Jarett Reidhead

Club Council Rep:   Braxten Pierce

Sophomore Class

President: Kenobi Clapper

Vice President:   Jordyn Reidhead

Secretary:  Milo Birdwell

Club Council Rep:   Tayson Wilson

Freshman Class

President:  Kawika Ho

Vice President:   Jordyn Patterson

Secretary: Emree Olsen

Club Council Rep:  Gillian Windsor

*Are you interested in becoming a cheerleader next year?

CHEER Sign~Up Sheet is in the office!

 

Any TRIO/Talent Search kids wanting to tour Weber, University of Utah, and USU Price, please see Kyla by Tuesday May 9th, 2017

 

*STUDENTS INTERESTED IN MARCHING BAND AND COLOR GUARD: See Ms. Lawson in the performing arts room

*Congratulations to Heather Sweeney for placing 2nd at FCCLA state! Heather qualifies to compete in the national FCCLA competition. 

*Students looking for summer jobs see Brittany Rappe in TSAC 105. There are a number of places looking for students including...

Paradox Pizza ($8-9 +tips)

Twisted Sisters ($8 +tips)

McDonalds ($12/hr)

Tech Zen

City Market

SUMMER DRIVERS ED 8am -10am

Summer Classes are full. You can sign up for 1st -3rd tri classes in the office with DeAnn.

Don’t forget you need to attend a Zero Fatalities class before you can take Drivers Ed  May 17th at 6PM or May 18th at 6:30 AM GCHS Auditorium

1st Class- May 30th-June 20th ( Make up days June 21, 22,23)(FULL)

2nd Class  July 3rd-July 31st ( make up days Aug-16,17,18) (FULL) 

*Students, if you are interested in an Outward Bound wilderness experience next summer, there is information in the office or counseling office. See Dr. Hren or the counseling office for information.

It’s not too late to buy a yearbook. Check the list posted on the trophy case to see if you already bought one!

See Jodi in the Counseling Center for all the up to date Scholarships available!

STUDENTS - If you leave the school without checking out in the office with a parent or guardian you will be marked as SLUFF!

STUDENTS in the library without permission, and a pass, from their current classroom teacher will be considered TRUANT and their attendance will be marked as SLUFF!  

TEACHERS: If you need library permission slips please let Ms. Stephenson know and she will make sure you get some.  Thanks, Mrs. Caylor

As spring approaches, we realize love is in the air

We also realize there will be less clothes you will wear.

Remember there are rules for both,

holding hands and hugs are fine,

anything more at school and we will draw the line.

As for your clothing, the School Dress Code is quite fair,

if you look at page 17 of your planner, you will find it there.

If you cannot comply, sorry you will be,

Because you will have a talking to from your teacher, or worse, from me. –Ms. Caylor

TEACHERS LUNCH DUTY:

Commons

Roaming

Bus Duty

Admin In

Admin Out

Mr. Richards

Mrs. Black

Ms. Sellick

Mr. Dolphin

Mrs. Caylor

 

Speech & Debate Practice will be on Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 3:30-5:30 In Ms. Streckers Room#205       ~~~~~       National Honor Society meetings will meet the second Monday of each month in Ms. LaBrec’ room#207