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Board Report – July 1, 2014

Board Report The board approved the following items as part of the Consent Agenda. Purchases Destiny software licenses, Follett Software, $52,225.68, Elementary Media, Secondary Media, and Educational Technology budgets Upgrade Narrowbranding throughout Granite School District, Motorola, $68,417.28, Police Security, Capital Outlay Equipment budget Safai Montage … [Read More...]

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Changes coming to employee payroll schedule

Granite School District will soon be distributing payroll on a twice-a-month basis, with health insurance premiums and voluntary deductions also taken twice a … [Read More...]

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Granite School District Annual Report – 2014

A short video clip detailing some of the milestones that took place in the district during the 2013/2014 school year.   … [Read More...]

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Board Report – July 1, 2014

Board Report The board approved the following items as part of the Consent Agenda. Purchases Destiny software licenses, Follett Software, $52,225.68, Elementary Media, Secondary Media, and Educational Technology budgets Upgrade Narrowbranding … [Read More...]

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Board Report – June 17, 2014

Administrative Reports  Bryce Holbrook, Director of Planning & Boundaries, presented an initial report from the Annual Student Population Analysis Committee to the board. Board Meeting  Reverence – Kearns Junior High Silent Heroes essayist Alex … [Read More...]

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Granite School District Annual Report – 2014

A short video clip detailing some of the milestones that took place in the district during the 2013/2014 school year.   … [Read More...]

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Changes coming to employee payroll schedule

Granite School District will soon be distributing payroll on a twice-a-month basis, with health insurance premiums and voluntary deductions also taken twice a month. When will it start? The twice-a-month payment method start time will vary depending on … [Read More...]

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Stay energized this summer with Granite Play Unplugged

Summer is officially underway, and there are plenty of opportunities for kids to take a break from electronic devices with the help of Granite Play Unplugged. The Granite Play Unplugged program encourages active lifestyles and promotes healthy activities by … [Read More...]

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Changes to the 2014-2015 school year calendar

The Granite School District Board of Education approved revisions to the 2014-2015 school year calendar during the most recent board of education meeting. The Utah State Legislature requires school districts to notify patrons of certain changes to calendars … [Read More...]

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2014 USDA Summer Feeding Program to provide meals for kids

The Granite School District announces its sponsorship of the Summer Feeding Program. Free meals will be made available to attending children, 18 years and under. The U.S Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, … [Read More...]

Lindbergh Challenge

GTI student recreates Charles Lindbergh flight on simulator

It took 33.5 hours for Charles Lindbergh to fly The Spirit of St. Louis nonstop from New York City to Paris in 1927. In 2014, 18-year-old Scott Croft managed to shave off more than seven hours from that time. Not in an actual airplane per se, but in a … [Read More...]

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Granite School District HS Athletics: Year in Review

Another school year of impressive performances from Granite School District student athletes has gone into the history books. Forty-three GSD student athletes were named Academic All-State recipients. Additionally, Granite District high school won 23 region … [Read More...]

College Assembly

College assembly stresses importance of high school graduation, higher education prep

Students at Elk Run Elementary learned that college is an important stepping stone to landing a successful career during an annual assembly devoted to higher education. With their teachers dressed in graduation caps and robes, the students were given a … [Read More...]