Grants Pass School District 7
We are looking for members of our school community to serve on Grants Pass School District 7’s Equity Advisory Committee. The EAC will complement and help communicate the work of our established Team for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity or TIDE.
In accordance with Senate Bill 732, the will provide feedback to the Superintendent and the School Board about equity issues in schools.
Each week, students are provided free fresh fruits and vegetables as a mid-morning snack.
The goal of the program is to introduce children to new and different varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables while increasing the consumption of fresh, unprocessed produce.
More students in Grants Pass School District 7 graduated on time in 2022 than in any previous year since the Oregon Department of Education began consistently recording the data.
If your child will be 5 by September 1, 2023 it's time to get them registered to launch into kindergarten. We will have an orientation program for parents at each of the elementary schools and activities for the children.
North Middle School is one of 5 finalists in Oregon and just 300 in the nation.
The school's SMILE Club submitted a proposal to use technology to improve steelhead rescue efforts when creek flows drop. Students will research the issue, develop potential tech tools that can help the process, and then build a prototype.
On the evening of Thursday, December 8, 2022, elementary schools in Grants Pass School District 7 were transformed for the 3rd annual GP Express.
The holiday light display was coupled with a canned food drive to benefit Josephine County Food Bank, United Community Action Network and Maslow Project.
On November 15, TIDE (Team for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity) met to review data on how students are doing in subjects like reading and math, as well as graduation rates and discipline.
If you weren't able to make it, click the image above to view the data that was shared.
Students, families, and community members are invited to visit 6 locations this year, to take in the sights and sounds of the holiday season.
Schools will also be collecting donations of non-perishable food to help families in our community.
Student Investment Account (SIA) dollars help to lower activities fees for the 2022-23 school year.