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GCMS registration is May 21
Grand County Middle School will hold registration for the 2015-2016 school year on Thursday, May 21 at the school, 439 South 100 East. Registration for eighth-grade students will be held at 6 p.m. ...
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GCHS students medal at State Science Olympiad
Grand County High School students earned several top medals in the annual state-wide Science Olympiad competition held at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 11. Pictured fr...
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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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    Contributing Writer
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    Contributing Writer
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Recent kindergarten graduate Preston Packard displays his “Literacy Bag,” which contains a book he can learn to read, a pencil and crayons and journals to write and draw in, a laminated alphabet chart with dry-erase marker and eraser and a packet of flashcards. As a graduation gift, the Moab Lions Club presented the bags to all 128 Moab kindergarten students. The bags and enclosed items were purchased by the Moab Lions, with additional support from the The Times-Independent and TopCopy Books. Courtesy photo
    Promoting literacy...
    Recent kindergarten graduate Preston Packard displays his “Literacy Bag,” which contains a book he can learn to read, a pencil and crayons and journals to write and draw in, a laminated alphabet chart with dry-erase marker and eraser and a packet of flashcards. As a graduation gift, the Moab Lions Club presented the bags to all 128 Moab kindergarten students. The bags and enclosed items were purchased by the Moab Lions, with additional support from the The Times-Independent and TopCopy Books. Courtesy photo
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