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GCHS names Students of the Year
Grand County High School juniors Grace Osusky and Tyler Moreau have been named as the school’s Students of the Year for the 2017-2018 school year. They were recognized during the annual end-of-year...
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GCMS schedules awards and promotion events
Grand County Middle School will be holding its seventh- and eighth-grade awards ceremony on Thursday, May 25. Eighth-grade students will meet in the GCMS gym from 8 to 9:15 a.m. for the awards cere...
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MACU to help raise funds for GCHS cheer squad
The Moab branch of Mountain America Credit Union (MACU) is raising funds to help the Grand County High School cheerleading squad purchase new regulation mats needed for performing stunts. MACU has ...
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GCMS students help raise money to help local foster children
Children in foster care come from a variety of backgrounds, each with their own unique circumstances. But they also have something in common – they have been placed into a new situation, usually wi...
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  • GCHS debate team takes second in state competition
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    03.30.17 - 10:21 am

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Grand County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members — (standing, from left) Kenyon Birdwell, London Richards, Aidan Guzman-Newton, Grace Osusky, River Richards, Heather Sweeney, Cade Gill, and Alexa Pierce; and (kneeling, from left) Jacob Johnston and Jonathan Park — pose following the state convention in March. Also attending from GCHS were Tia Shumway and Jordyn Reidhead.  A dozen students from Grand County High School were among the more than 1,600 participants who attended the annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state convention held at the Davis Convention Center in Layton. Two of Grand’s students placed among the top 10 in a competitive event at state, with junior Grace Osusky placing fourth in impromptu speaking and senior Jacob Johnston placing fifth in agribusiness. The GCHS chapter also received an award certificate for having the second-largest percentage increase in membership since last year. Grand’s chapter currently has 22 registered members, more than three times what it had last year, according to adviser Jeff Richards.
           Photo by Jeff Richards
    Grand County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members — (standing, from left) Kenyon Birdwell, London Richards, Aidan Guzman-Newton, Grace Osusky, River Richards, Heather Sweeney, Cade Gill, and Alexa Pierce; and (kneeling, from left) Jacob Johnston and Jonathan Park — pose following the state convention in March. Also attending from GCHS were Tia Shumway and Jordyn Reidhead. A dozen students from Grand County High School were among the more than 1,600 participants who attended the annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state convention held at the Davis Convention Center in Layton. Two of Grand’s students placed among the top 10 in a competitive event at state, with junior Grace Osusky placing fourth in impromptu speaking and senior Jacob Johnston placing fifth in agribusiness. The GCHS chapter also received an award certificate for having the second-largest percentage increase in membership since last year. Grand’s chapter currently has 22 registered members, more than three times what it had last year, according to adviser Jeff Richards. Photo by Jeff Richards
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