"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).
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Play poster
Friday!!!! Spanish 2 Learning the body parts in Spanish.
over 3 years ago, Karina Magana
Grace, Morgan and Alexa.
Joey and Grace.
Claudia, Mercedes and Sierra.
High school student reads his favorite book to the preschooler.
over 3 years ago, Sara Fredericksen
We had a guest reader this week.  He enjoyed sharing his favorite book!
Thank you, Energy Panel Structures for supplying the Industrial Tech department with additional safety glasses. We appreciate your continued support of our program!
over 3 years ago, Mara Butler
Industrial Tech students
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!
over 3 years ago, Caryn Robinson
Trenton Kleve
Preschooler reads morning message!
over 3 years ago, Sara Fredericksen
The preschoolers are taking over reading our morning message.  They're excited to take over this duty.
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.
almost 4 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Schedule Change
Senior Modern Problems class has chosen to reboost the recycling program at the school and raise conservation awareness to better the environment
almost 4 years ago, Chris Olesen
3rd Period creating posters
8th Period posters
Tommy getting buckets ready
GTRA HS Jazz Choir!
almost 4 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Half of choir
2nd half of choir
The GTRA HS band at work!
almost 4 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Band 2
Band 1
Tonight’s GTRA HS concert choir at work!
almost 4 years ago, Chris Myers
More choir
Choir
Animal Science students sampled a variety of ground beef in class on Thursday to determine if health programs and types of feed play any factor in the taste of animal products.
almost 4 years ago, Caryn Robinson
AnSci 3/7/19
The Elementary shuttle from Terril will arrive in Graettinger 10-15 minutes late today due to a bus breakdown.
almost 4 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
The Foods 2 students are in the middle of their Breads unit. This week they are making biscuits. Both Kelsey and Autum chose scone making.
almost 4 years ago, Kate Myers
Autum
Kelsey
Students in Chemistry explored metallic bonds by creating an alloy of zinc-coated copper.
almost 4 years ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Chemistry students showing off their alloy pennies
GTRA Pops Concert 7:00 PM in GRAETTINGER
almost 4 years ago, Jane Brown
Pops Concert
Pops Concert
Pops Concert
Pops Concert
Here are some photos of our G-T/R-A Spanish students putting their skills and learning to the test. Students went to a local restaurant to order their meals using the Spanish language!
almost 4 years ago, Jane Brown
Spanish class
Spanish class
Spanish class
Spanish class
Join us on April 27th for the 2nd Annual Autism Walk to bring awareness to autism and to support families of children with autism in Northwest Iowa! Receive a complimentary t-shirt when you register before April 5th! http://tinyurl.com/nwiowaautism
almost 4 years ago, G-T Counseling
2nd Annual Autism Walk
Anatomy & Physiology class was back in action dissecting sheep brains for their Nervous System unit!
almost 4 years ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Sheep brain specimen
Students examining a sheep brain!
Students examining a sheep brain!
Students examining a sheep brain!
Sophomore World History & Junior US History classes prepared National History Day Projects. Then community members visited to judge, but more-so help the students extend their thinking. Thank you to all involved!
almost 4 years ago, Chris Olesen