COVID-19 Response Page

See the Principles and Perspectives for Distance Learning video here:
http://www.griggscountycentral.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=248868

The next supply pick up & drop off dates are Monday, April 6 and Thursday, April 9. They follow the same times as meal pick ups listed below.

Daily meal pick up times are as follows:
11:00-11:15 am – A-C
11:15-11:30 am – D-F
11:30-11:45 am – G-I
11:45am-12:00pm – J-L
12:00-12:15pm – M-P
12:15-12:30pm – R-S
12:30-12:45pm – T-Z
12:45-1:00pm last chance

Click on "Read Full Story" for GCC's COVID-19 Response page for more details about Distance Learning.

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It is the mission at Griggs County Central that all students will experience success.The vision of GCC is that students will be self-reliant, of sound character, and have highly developed academic, communication, and life skills necessary to become productive citizens.
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COVID-19 Response Page

See the Principles and Perspectives for Distance Learning video here: http://www.griggscountycentral.org/apps/video/watch.jsp?v=248868 The next supply pick up & drop off dates are Monday, April 6 and Thursday, April 9. They follow the same times as meal pick ups listed below. Daily meal pick up times are as follows: 11:00-11:15 am – A-C 11:15-11:30 am – D-F 11:30-11:45 am – G-I 11:45am-12:00pm – J-L 12:00-12:15pm – M-P 12:15-12:30pm – R-S 12:30-12:45pm – T-Z 12:45-1:00pm last chance Click on "Read Full Story" for GCC's COVID-19 Response page for more details about Distance Learning.

Statement Regarding Coronavirus

As the first confirmed case of Coronavirus in ND has been announced, schools are being asked to address how they will respond. The following is the statement GCC sent to the Courier: As Governor Doug Burgum said today in his morning press conference, we need to make “decisions on facts not on fear.” This is the approach that administrators at Griggs County Central will take when making decisions regarding the coronavirus and our K-12 public school. Right now we are getting our information regarding the virus from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, our Local Health Officials, the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, and the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools webpage. Right now these entities are telling us that our best approach is slowing the disease and working to prevent the spread by effective handwashing, encouraging students and staff to stay home from school when sick, and using approved and effective cleaning products in our public school. We recognize there may be mandated cancellations of student travel and cancelled school events, and we also realize we may need to make these cancellations even in the absence of any mandates. As a step specific to GCC to encourage students to stay home when sick, we will be removing the attendance requirement in our incentive policies (i.e. semester tests and senior privileges). We will use district policies ACAA Emergency Closings and ACBB Significant Contagious Diseases, both of which can be found on our district webpage, to guide our future steps should tough decisions need to be made in the coming days. We will be putting posters up around the school called “Keeping the School Safe.” The poster can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/workplace-school-and-home-guidance.pdf. This comes from a publication of the CDC and was referenced by Governor Doug Burgum in his morning address. Staff and students are being asked to review the appropriate parts with your students. If guidance changes, we will keep you informed.

Cellphone Policy

A new cell phone policy was mailed home to each household, and information was sent home with every 7-12 student. The policy takes effect Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Click "Read Full Story" to read the updated policy.

Cold/Flu Season is upon us!

With a large number of students out we would like to remind everyone that if your child is staying home from school to please give the school a call by 9am. Also, a student should be fever free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school. See the attached image for more information about when it is safe to return to school after being sick.
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Dual Credit Information

Dan Driessen of Lake Region State College has an important video of dual credit course information available. Click "Read Full Story" to access the video.
Dan Driesen from Lake Region State College

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