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.
This summer, help your child become a confident, enthusiastic reader in the Summer Reading Skills Programs, sponsored by Regis University Division of Education. Programs are taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development and are not otherwise associated with the teacher education programs at Regis. A variety of weekday and weekend options are available.
Call to speak with a reading program advisor at 1-800-266-3991 today. Class size is limited.
As wintery weather and cold temperatures have arrived; it is important that students, especially those that ride the bus to and from school and activities, are dressed for the weather. Please be sure students have warm clothing such as coats, gloves, hats, and boots. Also, snow pants should be worn for recess. Sweatshirts and shorts are not sufficient on buses during winter months. Students may not be permitted to ride or play outside without appropriate winter clothing.
Starting Tuesday, January 19 GCC will be moving to Tier 1 response in the approved Health and Safety Plan. Tier 1 response does not require masks, as the state-wide mask mandate ended. Other preventive measures for Tier 1 response can be found in the Health and Safety Plan on the GCC school website. Please continue to follow the daily heath screener when making decisions about school attendance. Click Read Full Story to view full details of the GCC Health & Safety Plan.
Bank of North Dakota and the Dakota Association for College Admission Counseling – North Dakota Council have partnered to create Career Compass. This new website offered college fairs in September and is currently hosting College Application Month along with multiple webinars covering topics like career, military, and college readiness and financial literacy over the next months. See the attachments for more details and links to resources.
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.