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Free & Reduced Lunch Application

Parents: Please fill out an application for free and reduced lunches if you haven't already done so. Please fill out an application even if you don't think you'll qualify. GCSD depends on federal funding that we receive when people qualify for free and reduced lunches (and breakfasts). The higher the percentage of people who qualify, the higher amount of funding we receive. This funding is used to help pay for all of the intervention programs that are available at HMK. This funding is how we are qualified as a Title I school-wide school. This funding allows us to provide enrichment programs for our students as well. Please take a moment and fill out the application. Thanks so much!
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Want to join our team?

Do you love working with kids? We are looking for a 4-6th grade Teaching Assistant. If you think that this could a good fit for you, please visit our Employment page at www.grandschools.org or call 435-259-5317 for more info.
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COVID-19 Update

In an effort to keep the community informed, GCSD is letting you know that yesterday we were informed that one high school student tested positive for COVID-19.  That student has been quarantined and has been cleared to return to school.  Also, one HMK student tested positive.  That student has also been quarantined and has been cleared to return to school. Finally, one HMK staff member tested positive (the student and teacher are in different grade levels and different classes) and is currently quarantined.  In every case, the parents of each student in the impacted classes has been notified.  The buildings have been thoroughly sanitized and classes are continuing.  GCSD appreciates the efforts of all students, staff and parents to wear masks.  Please continue wearing masks, particularly at extra-curricular activities.  We know wearing masks makes a huge difference and the adults in the Moab community set the example for our students.

Our School At A Glance

  • 1:1 technology
  • Canyon Country Outdoor Ed.
  • Youth Garden Project
  • Tech Ninjas Program
  • Mentoring

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Class of 2020 College Destinations

  • The University of UTAH
  • Southern UTAH Universty
  • Brigham Young University
  • Colorado Mesa University