GCCS is Hiring a Bookkeeper/Teller.
If you are planning on attending the upcoming homecoming football game, you can get your tickets online by scanning the QR Code attached. Come on out and enjoy the festivities!
Don't Forget Picture Day is tomorrow, Wednesday the 28th.
Come Out and Celebrate Halloween with us at Milan Elementary School for our Monster Mash Archery Bash. 10 Bonus points if students come dressed and shoot in a costume! 😂
Any student can choose to sign up with whatever time works best for them with Sign Up Genius and pay the registration fee online. 📣This is for fun, experience, and practice. 🏁
Students must Register for their flight time with Sign Up Genius
and Pay a Registration fee of $3.00.
*There is NO on-site registration, only check-in.
*Tournament Date is October 15th, 2022 (9am-3pm)
*Check-in 30 mins before your flight time.
*1st flight begins at 9am
*Shoot ends at approximately 4pm
*The awards Ceremony will be held immediately after the event
Awards: Medals or Ribbons
3 Divisions: Elementary (4th/5th), Middle (6th-8th), HS (9th-12th)
Update from Los Alamitos Middle School
Attention GCCS Community!
Get involved on our campus and join the PTA at Mt. Taylor!
Update #2 to Situation at GHS
Update from GCCS on the situation at Grants High School
ATTENTION GCCS Community - The following is from Grants Cibola County Schools.
GHS Alumni Yearbooks for Sale! Contact Penni Lovesee at 505-285-2651 at Grants High School for more information.
Here is this years GHS Homecoming Schedule!
Just a reminder there is No School tomorrow for students tomorrow due to Parent Teacher Conferences. Parents of kids from Mrs. Sanders 2nd Grade class may stop by and meet the new teacher, Mr. Trotter.
Congratulations to The Laguna Acoma Lady Hawks Volleyball Team! They are the Santa Fe Indian School Tournament CHAMPIONS!!
GCCS is Hiring! If you are an IT Tech, this could be for you! Check it out!
Parents please make your ParentVUE account as soon as possible!
Attention GCCS Community: On 09/8/2022 at approximately 2:45 pm, a Grants High School Student was found in possession of a firearm (handgun), concealed in his backpack. The handgun was empty and there was no ammunition found. Grants Police was notified and responded immediately. They detained and removed the student from the campus and took the handgun into evidence. These situations are taken with extreme seriousness so all legal avenues and policies will be adhered to according to district policy and state law.
The GHS security team handled this situation quickly, therefore no further action was deemed necessary and operations resumed to normal at 3:10 p.m.
The next GCCS School Board Meeting has been scheduled.