During a football practice on Thursday, Aug. 15, a Grand County High School Red Devils player was injured during play and taken off the field in an ambulance.
In lead-up to the first day of school next week, The Times-Independent published four guides with essential information on important dates, supply lists, new hires. Here is a list of links to the different stories, lists and calendars:
Grand County High School Principal Steve Hren said there is no formal supply list for high school students, and many of the important dates for high schoolers expired prior to the publication of The Times-Independent’s Aug. 8 edition, but there is other information that high school students and parents should know.
The purpose of this correspondence is to invite you to become a member of the Grand County High School Community Council and inform you of the nature of this organization.
Note: Due to an error by the Grand County School District, the previously published bus routes were inaccurate. This article has been edited to fix the mistake.
With the start of school less than a month away, some important dates are on the horizon in August:
The Grand County High School football team will begin practice Monday, July 29 at 7 p.m., according to coach Dennis Wells.
A Grand County High School employee mistakenly failed to send Advanced Placement (AP) tests taken by students in 2019, possibly forcing some students who are now enrolled in college to reschedule their first semester of classes.
The Grand County High School cheerleading team won the Top Banana award last week at cheer camp. Coaches Rae Lynn Knight and Kayeley Wells and cheerleaders worked on honing their skills and learning new routines.
Last Friday, July 12, I was informed that none of the Advanced Placement tests taken by the 2019 Grand County High School seniors had been sent to the College Board for grading. Apparently someone in the Grand County High School Administration office simply forgot to send them. Those tests were completed months ago. My daughter only found out about this mistake late last week when she went to her University of Utah orientation in Salt Lake City.
The photos below were taken during Grand County High School’s 2019 graduation ceremony. The full story on this year’s graduation is also available, along with photos from Helen M. Knight Elementary School’s kindergarten graduation, 6th grade graduation and Grand County Middle School’s promotion of its 8th graders to high school.
Family, friends, teachers, school district staff and board members and others gathered on the lawn behind the Grand County High School on May 30 to honor the high school’s graduating class of 2019. The graduation marked the hundredth since the school was formed.