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Governor seeking feedback on Utah Core Standards

Governor Herbert is asking parents, teachers, community members, and other constituency groups to provide input and comment on the Common Core Standard’s, which Utah adopted as part of the Utah Core Standards. Click the link to take the ... Keep Reading

Financial Literacy recognition

Teachers, students recognized at Real Salt Lake match during halftime

Three GSD students took the field at a recent Real Salt Lake match at Rio Tinto Stadium to the applause of thousands of rain-soaked fans in the stands. Rather than being cheered for scoring a goal, Granite District students Ellie Garvin, Victoria ... Keep Reading

immunization

Back to school immunization clinics

Community Nursing Services will be hosting immunization clinics during the first week of school at three locations in the district. Click here to see the flyer Immunizations for ages 0-18 are $10 per shot if you qualify for VFC.* Community ... Keep Reading

Educator of the Week

Nominate outstanding individuals for the Educator of the Week award

Granite School District is overflowing with capable educators who devote themselves to preparing our students for life in the 21st century world; and we want to hear their stories. The Granite School District Educator of the Week award is an ... Keep Reading

Board Meeting 8/14

Board Report – August 7, 2014

Board Meeting The board approved the 2014-2015 budget as presented by Mitch Robison, Director of Budget Development, and set the tax rate at 0.006831. This means a tax increase of $22.24 per year on a $222,158 home (district average). Revenue ... Keep Reading

SBO Summit

Student body officers plan and set goals for the coming school year

For most students, the month of August is usually accompanied with feelings of dread and alarm at the passing of summer and the start of the school year. Not so for dozens of student body officers who anticipate the first day of school with buoyant ... Keep Reading

Homeless student

Tutoring services for homeless students

Last year there were 1,188 students in Granite School District that were identified as homeless. Students are identified as homeless if they live in one of the situations listed below: Living with another family temporarily Living in a ... Keep Reading

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