Risk Level Change

Although Griggs County’s current risk level is blue (or new normal), Griggs County Central School District will be operating in the yellow (or moderate) risk level Friday morning at 8:00AM. According to the approved Health & Safety Plan, some of the preventative measures in yellow risk level are no visitors, no off campus field trips, no off campus lunch for 9-12, K-3 eating breakfast and lunch in the classrooms, face coverings recommended when social distancing is not possible, and temperature checks upon entry as possible. For the comprehensive list of preventative measures and any other details of our Health & Safety Plan, click Read full story. The varsity football game schedule for Saturday, September 19 is on as scheduled. Due to the fact that football is an outdoor event, there will not be tickets issued or visitor limitations but social distancing and masks are recommended.

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Risk Level Change

Although Griggs County’s current risk level is blue (or new normal), Griggs County Central School District will be operating in the yellow (or moderate) risk level Friday morning at 8:00AM. According to the approved Health & Safety Plan, some of the preventative measures in yellow risk level are no visitors, no off campus field trips, no off campus lunch for 9-12, K-3 eating breakfast and lunch in the classrooms, face coverings recommended when social distancing is not possible, and temperature checks upon entry as possible. For the comprehensive list of preventative measures and any other details of our Health & Safety Plan, click Read full story. The varsity football game schedule for Saturday, September 19 is on as scheduled. Due to the fact that football is an outdoor event, there will not be tickets issued or visitor limitations but social distancing and masks are recommended.

Schedule Changes

Sunday, Sept. 13 - Coronation postponed Monday, Sept. 14 - Manly Puff Tournament & Cross Country Pep Rally postponed Tuesday, Sept. 15 - 7,JV,V Volleyball vs. BCN postponed (Note: all C squad, junior varsity, and varsity volleyball matches through Sept. 24 are postponed.) Thursday, Sept. 17 - 7-12 GooseChase Scavenger hunt postponed; Volleyball vs. Harvey/Wells County postponed (Note: all C squad, junior varsity, and varsity volleyball matches through Sept. 24 are postponed.) Friday, Sept. 18 - Titan Football & Volleyball pep rally postponed; Homecoming movie, bonfire, and outdoor dance postponed. Tuesday, 9/22 - C,JV,V Volleyball Game vs EKM postponed to October 5th at 4:30pm. Thursday 9/24 - 7/8 volleyball tentative in Binford; C,JV,V volleyball postponed.

Volleyball Match Today

Today's volleyball match vs. Park River has been canceled. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Homecoming

Griggs County Central will celebrate Homecoming next week, Sept. 14-Sept. 18. Dress Up Days include: Monday: ‘Merica Monday Tuesday: Tropical Tuesday Wednesday: Wild West Wednesday Thursday: Team Up Thursday Seniors- Black Juniors- Blue Sophomores- Red Freshman- Gray 8th Grade- Green 7th Grade- Purple Elementary- Orange Staff- Neon Friday: Titan Pride Click "Read Full Story" for Coronation information. A full schedule, including sports pep rallies, will be released soon!
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Sports Schedule Changes

Some changes to the Cross Country, Volleyball, and Football schedules have been made this week. Read Full Story for details or view updates on the Activities pages.

Blue Risk Level - New Normal

Yesterday Governor Burgum decided to move to a county-by-county risk level system. GCC had no advanced notice on the decisions that were announced. Some counties were moved to yellow or moderate risk, some counties were moved to blue or new normal, and others stayed in green or low risk level. Griggs County was moved into the blue or new normal category. Guidance for the blue risk level is available on the COVID-19 Response Page, and Governor Burgum will make weekly changes to counties, as necessary. We realize that the risk level could be moved back to green or to a higher risk level but the reality is that the governor has placed us in blue right now. The Governor announced that the county risk level changes go into effect today (Friday) at 5pm. He requested that blue counties continue to follow smart restart guidance from the state and he still encouraged North Dakota citizens to be safe to help keep schools and businesses open. Click on Read Full Story to see GCC's guidance moving forward. For more information on COVID-19, visit the North Dakota Department of Health website. https://www.health.nd.gov/diseases-conditions/coronavirus

USDA Waiver Provides Free Meals for Students

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Monday, August 31 an extension of the spring waiver that will allow Griggs County Central School District to serve free meals to all students through December 2020 or until funding runs out. Students at Griggs County Central will receive free breakfast and lunch under this waiver starting immediately. Seconds for lunch will be charged at the regular rate. A letter is being sent to all families regarding this change. For more information about the USDA's program you can visit: https://www.usda.gov/media/press-releases/2020/08/31/usda-extends-free-meals-kids-through-december-31-2020

County Risk Level Change

Yesterday Governor Burgum decided to move to a county-by-county risk level system. GCC has no advanced notice on the decisions that were announced. Some counties were moved to yellow or moderate risk, some were moved to blue or new normal, and others stayed in green or low risk. Griggs County was moved into the blue or new normal category. This morning we are putting together communication for parents, students, and staff on what that means for our school while in this category. We realize that the risk level could be moved back to green at any point but the reality is that the governor has placed us in blue. We are working on working on providing clear guidance as soon as possible with the understanding the the Governor stated these county risk level changes take effect today, Friday, Sept. 4, at 5:00 pm.
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