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Video: 2015 Boundary Study

Granite School District's Population Analysis Committee is currently studying potential boundary changes in multiple school networks. The video below explains current boundary proposals and the impacted schools. We invite you to watch the video ... Keep Reading

Halloween Hustle

Photos: The Halloween Hustle

A decades-old tradition at Churchill Jr. High was celebrated this week as hundreds of students and staff ran/jogged together to promote healthy lifestyles. The school’s annual 5K run began in 1977, and has served as a consistent source of pride and ... Keep Reading

Walk to School

What is the Student Neighborhood Access Program?

Walking or biking to school has many more advantages than saving money on gasoline. More walking to and from school means cleaner air, less traffic congestion, healthy habits, and support for infrastructure improvements. It can also translate to a ... Keep Reading


Board Meeting Report – October 2015

Administrative Reports Linda Mariotti, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning Services, gave a report to the board on a Financial Literacy course proposal. For information, contact Teaching & Learning Service at ... Keep Reading


Kearns community announces new initiative to improve children’s well being

Granite School District is proud to announce the Annie E. Casey Foundation grant to the Kearns community in collaboration with Salt Lake County. This grant will provide technical support and coaching to improve evidence-based outcomes in schools, ... Keep Reading


Helping students and battling cancer

Our Educator of the Week is James Moss Elementary 4th grade teacher Luann Banta. “Luann has worked at James E. Moss for over 20 years. She has been an amazing 4th grade teacher who brought learning to life for all of her students.” “Five years ... Keep Reading


Several GSD students named National Merit semi-finalists

A handful of Granite District students are part of a select group of pupils nationwide who were named National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists. The program is a competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955. Students enter the ... Keep Reading

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Granite rolls out Bus Ad Contest for students

Students, think you have what it takes to design a real advertisement? Granite School District CTE and Communications departments are seeking student-designed advertisements to be place on school buses. This is a great opportunity to for young ... Keep Reading

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