GCMS schedules awards and promotion events
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Grand County Middle School will be holding its seventh- and eighth-grade awards ceremony on Thursday, May 25.

Eighth-grade students will meet in the GCMS gym from 8 to 9:15 a.m. for the awards ceremony.

Seventh-grade students will meet in the gym from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. to receive their awards.

Parents and families are welcome to attend these ceremonies.

Yearbooks will be dispersed on Thursday, May 25. The cost is $18. All school and school library fees must be paid before a student may receive a yearbook. Students or parents need to check with the office and the library to see if there are fines due.

The eighth-grade promotion ceremony will be held at 8 a.m. at the Grand County High School Auditorium on Friday, May 26.

Presidential Awards will be handed out to both seventh- and eighth-grade students who have earned them.

Seating is limited, so those who plan to attend are encouraged to arrive early. School will be dismissed for the summer following the ceremony.

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