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It’s a lotta ‘latl’ for GCMS students to learn about
Grand County Middle School students will step back in time Oct. 1 through 5–from 500 to 12,000 years to be precise–during Social Studies Week, dubbed Prehistoric Archaeology Camp 2018. Andrea Stoug...
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Communication with schools is key to avoiding food allergy reactions
For parents of children with food allergies, back-to-school time can be particularly stressful. When children are away at school, parents have little control over the foods children may encounter. ...
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UHSAA partners with Mountain America
Mountain America Credit Union has agreed to become the title sponsor of the Utah High School Activities Association. The multi-year agreement will grant the Utah-based credit union title sponsorshi...
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GCHS hosts active shooter training Saturday
Grand County High School will be the site of an active shooter training exercise Saturday, Aug. 11. According to a press release from the school district, there will be a daylong training exercise ...
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  •  Grand County Middle School recently hosted student council elections for 7th and 8th grade class officers. 
 These students, in working with their advisers, Christy Hartman and Kari Barnard, will be helping with school Friday activities, school dances, developing school spirit, and promoting kindness and leadership. 
 Left to right back row: Maggie Groene (council member), Natalie Skowbo (council member), Ingrid Payne (8th grade president), Elliot Kohler (7th grade president), Wyatt Miller (8th grade treasurer), Aiden Gordon (7th grade treasurer), and Alec Mascaro (council member). Front row from left: Natalie Haase (council member), Willow Nichols (8th grade vice president),Emily Rutherford ( 7th grade vice president), Mallory Maughan (8th grade secretary), and Liam Clark (7th grade secretary).
    Grand County Middle School recently hosted student council elections for 7th and 8th grade class officers. These students, in working with their advisers, Christy Hartman and Kari Barnard, will be helping with school Friday activities, school dances, developing school spirit, and promoting kindness and leadership. Left to right back row: Maggie Groene (council member), Natalie Skowbo (council member), Ingrid Payne (8th grade president), Elliot Kohler (7th grade president), Wyatt Miller (8th grade treasurer), Aiden Gordon (7th grade treasurer), and Alec Mascaro (council member). Front row from left: Natalie Haase (council member), Willow Nichols (8th grade vice president),Emily Rutherford ( 7th grade vice president), Mallory Maughan (8th grade secretary), and Liam Clark (7th grade secretary).
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