The Ag Fair is this weekend! Saturday @ GES 9 am - 3 pm Come down on Saturday and say "Hi"
We have Sub Bus Attendant and Sub Bus Driver openings! Check our our website to view those openings and see what other employment opportunities we have available. https://www.granvillecsd.org/page/postings
Prom is almost here! May 6th, 2023 Ticket prices increase to $80 on Monday. The Prom March will start at 4 pm in the auditorium.
Congrats Keegan Bryant! He was 1 of 22 students chosen for the NYS FFA SAE Grant. The grant is to support his SAE (supervised agricultural experience) in the field of maple production. He will also be asked to highlight his SAE project @ the 2023 NY FFA Convention in Buffalo.
When we come back from vacation we will be having another spirit week. Check out the image for more information.
We would also like to welcome our new Transportation Supervisor, Chris Barton. Chris starts next week and we are happy to have him in Granville.
We would like to welcome two new administrators to the district. Ms. Ananda Donohue will be the new principal at GES as Ms. Talmadge has been appointed to the position of Director of Pupil Personnel Service. Ms. Donohue will be starting on May 22nd. Mrs. Breanne Taylor will be the new principal at MJT. She will be starting May 1 st. We are excited to have both join the district! Say hi when you see them out and about.
Congratulations to the teachers who received tenure last evening! Jason Finn - Science Todd Houston - Art Erin Evens - Special Education Katie Beach - Elementary
All after school practices and games have been cancelled ~ Coach Nassivera
Robo Calls Update: We are switching to a new platform for our alert system. Please bear with us as we work out the logistics. If you have been receiving calls & do not have students in school any longer please email Ashlee Zinn - firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information to be put on our "do not call" list. You may also receive duplicate calls from the old platform and the new platform. Thank you for your patience as we switch to our new platform.
Granville Schools will be closed today, April 4th, we are working with local law enforcement partners to ensure the safety of our buildings. All 12-month staff are to remain home as well. Thank you and we appreciate your patience.
Message from the Superintendent: Good morning this is Tom McGurl with the Granville Central School District; today, Tuesday, 4, 2023 the district will be operating on a two hour delay. This morning at approximately 4 a.m. I received a bomb threat toward the school. Upon receiving the threat, I immediately contacted our law enforcement partners. The Granville Police Department and the Washington County Sheriff's Office are investigating the validity of the claim, and ensure the safety and wellbeing of our school community. As a precaution and as we continue the investigation, the district will initially be operating on a two-hour delay. I understand that this information can be frightening. Please be assured, we are working with our law enforcement partners, and the safety of our students and school community is our first priority. For personal safety, and to allow law enforcement to effectively and efficiently conduct their investigation, we ask that members of the public not converge on to school property. Updates will be made as more information becomes available. Thank you for your patience and support as we work to ensure the safety of everyone in the district.
Granville Central Schools will be operating on a 2-hour delay.
Spring Fling is coming! Grades 7 & 8 April 28th 6:30 pm - 9 pm
Thank you so much OAS for such an incredible tour, we’ve gained valuable information to take with us to our Model OAS. ~ Ms. Becker
After learning shop safety, Ag Science students had 2 weeks to create anything they wanted reusing pallets- these are their finished products. ~ Mrs. Cahan
These Granville Seniors know how to start a Monday in style…outside the White House! ~ Ms. Becker
Have you ever wanted to be on the Board of Education? Give back to the community? Serve as a representative for that community? If the answer is yes, now is the time! The Granville School Board has three open seats for this year's election. 3 seats are 3 years terms 📋CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Must be a citizen of the United States 2. Must be at least 18 years of age 3. Must have been a resident of the district for a continuous period of at least 1 year immediately prior to the election 4. Must be able to read and write. 5. Must be the only member of his or her family residing in the same household on the school board ❎CANDIDATE RESTRICTIONS: 1. Must not simultaneously hold an incompatible public office, such as town supervisor 2. Must not be an employee of the district 3. Must not have been removed from a school district office within one year of the election. 4. A person convicted of a felony in New York State is ineligible to seek a seat on the Board if the maximum sentence to which he/she could have been sentenced has not expired or if he/she has not been discharged from parole 🗓If you are interested in running for a seat on the Board of Education the petitions are available at the District Office Monday - Friday (holidays not included) 8:30-4:30 pm. Petitions must be turned in to the District Clerk, Ashlee Zinn by April 17th at 5:00 pm. 518-642-1051 ext 1301
Granville Athletics were down in Albany bright and early this morning for the NYSPHSAA Student Leadership Conference! Lauren Bascom was selected as a representative for the Adirondack League and Section 2 Athletics. Great job Lauren!
Modified baseball practice for tonight (3/29/23) has been moved outside on the varsity baseball field.