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Clark receives Youth Civic Engagement Award
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MACU to help raise funds for GCHS cheer squad
The Moab branch of Mountain America Credit Union (MACU) is raising funds to help the Grand County High School cheerleading squad purchase new regulation mats needed for performing stunts. MACU has ...
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GCMS students help raise money to help local foster children
Children in foster care come from a variety of backgrounds, each with their own unique circumstances. But they also have something in common – they have been placed into a new situation, usually wi...
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  • GCHS students honored at Senior Awards Night
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    06.02.16 - 10:31 am

  • <b><i>GCHS Students of the Year...<br></b></i>
Exalted Ruler Dan Stott of Moab Elks Lodge No. 2021 (left) presents certificates to Jayelen Knowles and Kenyon Birdwell, Grand County High School’s Students of the Year for the upcoming 2016-17 school year. Knowles and Birdwell were recognized during the annual end-of-year lunch held at the Moab Elks Lodge on May 17. Both students are current juniors who had previously received the school’s Student of the Month award during the 2015-16 school year, with Knowles receiving the honor in September 2015 and Birdwell being honored in January 2016. The Elks Lodge sponsors the GCHS Student of the Month program. Birdwell, the son of Drew and Chelsea Birdwell, was recently elected student body secretary for next year. He has been involved in numerous sports and activities throughout high school, including playing football, soccer, and basketball. Knowles is the daughter of John and Jacque Knowles. She was a member of the state championship swim team and has been involved in cross country and track, in addition to marching band, Science Olympiad, Quiz Bowl and numerous other activities. In addition to Knowles and Birdwell, the other 16 GCHS students who had received Student of the Month honors during the 2015-16 school year were also honored during the luncheon, along with members of the school’s National Honor Society chapter. The students of the month and year are chosen by the GCHS faculty. Courtesy photo
    GCHS Students of the Year...
    Exalted Ruler Dan Stott of Moab Elks Lodge No. 2021 (left) presents certificates to Jayelen Knowles and Kenyon Birdwell, Grand County High School’s Students of the Year for the upcoming 2016-17 school year. Knowles and Birdwell were recognized during the annual end-of-year lunch held at the Moab Elks Lodge on May 17. Both students are current juniors who had previously received the school’s Student of the Month award during the 2015-16 school year, with Knowles receiving the honor in September 2015 and Birdwell being honored in January 2016. The Elks Lodge sponsors the GCHS Student of the Month program. Birdwell, the son of Drew and Chelsea Birdwell, was recently elected student body secretary for next year. He has been involved in numerous sports and activities throughout high school, including playing football, soccer, and basketball. Knowles is the daughter of John and Jacque Knowles. She was a member of the state championship swim team and has been involved in cross country and track, in addition to marching band, Science Olympiad, Quiz Bowl and numerous other activities. In addition to Knowles and Birdwell, the other 16 GCHS students who had received Student of the Month honors during the 2015-16 school year were also honored during the luncheon, along with members of the school’s National Honor Society chapter. The students of the month and year are chosen by the GCHS faculty. Courtesy photo
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