Amid an investigation by the Grand County School District into allegations of sexual harassment by longtime district employee Robert Farnsworth, the district placed the former business administrator on administrative leave, and on Dec. 20, he signed an agreement to resign his position, effective immediately.
Grand County High School will hold parent-teacher conferences from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Jan. 23 in the commons and from 8 a.m. to noon Jan. 24 inside classrooms.
The Grand County Speech and Debate Team hosted the Red Rock Classic Debate Tournament on Friday, Dec. 20 and Saturday, Dec. 21, at Grand County High School. Six schools from Colorado and Utah attended the “Star Wars” themed tournament and the top three finishers in each category medaled and the overall winners earned “Star Wars” character trophies adorned with lights and Santa hats.
Hopes that started in 2012 are now becoming a reality. Construction on the new Grand County Middle School building is right on schedule and should be complete by Christmas 2020.
The Grand County Middle School Student of the Month for seventh grade is Hope Shumway.
My name is Julia Crane, and I’m a senior planning on graduating from Grand County High School.
For information on Head Start in Moab, call 800-841-2867 or visit www.rucd.org.
Members of Moab’s teachers’ union gathered before school Monday, Dec. 9, to affirm concerns about state lawmakers’ recent efforts to restructure Utah’s tax code. Their primary contention, according to an organizer with the Grand Education Association, is that the proposal does not include a plan for maintaining funding of Utah schools.
The Utah State University Extension Food $ense (SNAP-Ed) program has undergone a broadening of focus and a name change. The new name, Create Better Health, more fully reflects how the program has grown from a simple nutrition education program into a comprehensive program that reaches low-income populations to help improve nutrition, health and overall lives.
Annual GCHS musical a ‘smash!’