Grants Pass School District 7

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  • Summer STEM Academy for Manufacturing

    Grants Pass School District is excited to announce our Summer STEM Academy for Manufacturing at Grants Pass High School.

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  • Special Education Program Surveys

    The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) in conjunction with Family and Community Together (FACTOregon) is conducting a parent survey to parents of children in Special Education. Families are randomly selected to participate in the survey.

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  • Online Registration Coming Soon!

    Grants Pass School District 7 is excited to announce an online registration/data validation system for the upcoming school year, powered by InfoSnap.

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  • Now Hiring School Bus Drivers

    Become a school bus driver for... Grants Pass School District No. 7

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  • Ready! for K - Session III

    Grants Pass School District is starting a program called READY! for Kindergarten this spring. The program invites families of 4 and 5 year olds who will be entering Kindergarten September of 2016. READY! for Kindergarten teams teachers and families together to help children be ready for a happy and successful school experience.

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  • Be College Ready

    About Be College Ready: The Oregon College Savings Plan developed Be College Ready as another way go help Oregon families meet their higher education goals. Be College Ready brings college savings information directly into classrooms, homes and communities.

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  • Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease Alert!

    There have been a number of cases of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) in the Grants Pass schools over the last several weeks. This notification is to alert you about the illness and what to do if your child/children are ill.

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  • Middle School College & Career Fair

    Grants Pass School District hosted the 1st annual Middle School College & Career Fair for all GPSD 8th grade students as well as 8th grade students from Lorna Byrne Middle School and New Hope Christian School on Tuesday March 8th.

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  • Full Time Kinder

    This past fall, Grants Pass School District 7 was fortunate to begin all-day Kindergarten for all students. All day every day Kindergarten has many positive benefits for the students of Grants Pass School District 7.

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  • GPHS Achieves 6th Annual AP District Honor Roll

    Congratulations! GPHS is pleased to share the exciting news that our district has earned a position on the 6th Annual AP District Honor Roll! (click to read more!)

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  • 2014-15 District and School Report Cards

    On Thursday, October 15th, 2015 the Oregon Department of Education released the annual School and District Report Cards. These reports, mandated by the 1999 state legislature, provide Oregon’s 197 School Districts and 1,236 schools an opportunity to communicate school and district performance directly with parents and community members.

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  • Redwood Scientist Present to Jane Goodall

    As a grant recipient, a select group of students and teacher Carly Anderson, have been invited from Redwood to present the status of our experiment to Jane Goodall.

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  • New Superintendent Selection

    At a Special Board Meeting on Monday October 5th, the Grants Pass School District School Board of Education selected Kirk Kolb as the next superintendent of the Grant Pass School District effective July 1, 2016. Kirk began his career... (click to read more)

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  • Attendance Matters

    In Grants Pass School District, we have an attendance issue. More than 21% of our students in Kindergarten through 12th grade are considered to be chronically absent. Chronic absenteeism is defined as students who were NOT present for 90% or more of the days they were enrolled. (click to read this article)

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  • Be College Ready

    The Oregon College Savings Plan is partnering with five school districts across the state to implement the Be College Ready program for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year: Grants Pass, Hermiston, North Clackamas, McMinnville and Seaside. The goal is to expand the program every year, and ultimately offer it to every school district statewide.

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