We are ready to roll for the Spring NHS Blood Drive! All donors will be entered into a drawing for a free Titan BlenderBottle or Positivitee. We still have spots open if you have some time to swing on by. You may reserve an open spot by following the link below or email firstname.lastname@example.org https://donor.lifeservebloodcenter.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/161157
6th graders are learning how to properly debate in Mrs. Jungers' ELA class. They learned how to collect evidence, prepare their statements, and rebuttal. They practiced with the topic "Should Kids Be On Reality TV."
Graettinger-Terril School buses will operate on hard surface roads for the remainder of the week. We are in the process of contacting parents. If you have not been contacted, please contact the school.
Reminder - We will not be getting out of school early on Wednesdays for the remainder of the year. We WILL still have early outs next week (3/19 & 3/21) for conferences.
Preschoolers sound out words in their journals.
It has been a long winter, but as you can see, there is still progress being made on the Graettinger addition. We are looking forward continued progress as well as the to the start of the Terril Elementary School addition! Stay tuned for more progress as the weather warms up!
We are excited to be offering a new program to juniors and seniors called No Boundaries for the 2019-2020 school year. We presented the program to students in February and surveyed them to determine who might be interested. We would like to invite you and your student to an informational meeting on Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the high school library.
Check out some of the things that happened in school during the month of February!! Click on the link below to see what is going on! https://www.smore.com/5y4qr
8th grade English Language Arts students are learning about non-verbal communication. They put their skills to the test by creating an original pantomime and presenting it in front of their peers.
Marketing class presenting their Crisis Management Project. Students had to pick a crisis that a company or organization endured and research how they responded to the crisis. The students then crafted their own response in the form of Tweets and other social media platforms.
The GT district recently invested funds to purchase animal models to be used in the agriculture department. The models include removable muscular, reproductive and digestive systems. Ag department students are shown assembling the units and posing with them after assembled!
"Antisocial" will be performed Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 @ 7:30 in the Terril Gym. This Don Zolidis comedy features a series of vignettes that poke fun at social media. Admission is $6 (free for preschool).
Friday!!!! Spanish 2 Learning the body parts in Spanish.
High school student reads his favorite book to the preschooler.
Thank you, Energy Panel Structures for supplying the Industrial Tech department with additional safety glasses. We appreciate your continued support of our program!
The 7th grade ag students just completed a unit discussing where their food comes from. At the the conclusion of the unit, students selected a farm to write a thank you letter to. Treyton Kleve poses with the return letter and assortment of Christmas cards sent to him by his chosen farm!
Preschooler reads morning message!
Attention Parents & Students: in an effort to recoup two of our missed snow days G-T CSD will make the following changes to our school calendar. 1. There will be no early outs on Wednesday afternoons for the remainder of the year. School will go until 3:30 every day. 2. We will have school on Monday, April 22, 2019. This is the Monday after Easter and was previously listed as a vacation day. Making these changes will allow us to make up two of the days we have missed and be able to finish with students on Friday, May 31st.
Senior Modern Problems class has chosen to reboost the recycling program at the school and raise conservation awareness to better the environment
GTRA HS Jazz Choir!