News & Announcements

Nutrition Donations

The 2019-2020 school year has been incredibly hard on many families in Moab. As a results, our district has thousands of dollars of unpaid lunch debt. Many people have asked us how they can support the School Lunch Program and GCSD Child Nutrition Programs as we continue to feed hundreds of children every day. Paying down this lunch debt is the best way to do that! By donating to pay off negative lunch balances, you can help support struggling Moab families as well as the GCSD Child Nutrition Program. All donated funds are directly credited to negative student accounts, so the impact is immediate. Donations can be made online or in cash or check at the GCSD office at 264 S 400 E. Please indicate that your donation is for unpaid lunch debt. The community support in Moab is part of what makes this such an amazing place to live and it really proves that we are #STRONGERTOGETHER.
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GCSD awards staff for Child Nutrition Program during Covid-19 crisis

Grand County School District’s Children Nutrition Program food service staff is the 2019-20 Friend of Education for Grand County School District.

Friend of Education is an award given to a community group each year that has demonstrated outstanding leadership and service for the Grand County School District. The Child Nutrition Program was nominated by school employees and selected by the Grand County Board of Education for being “amazing as they have prepared and delivered thousands of meals these past weeks.”

Over 55,000 school meals have been served in the community since schools closed on March 16 due to Covid-19.
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Back To School Registration!

Online registration starts on Monday, June 8, for grade levels 1-12. All students need to register every year even if they are a returning student. Registration has not yet been announced for kindergarten, please stay tuned to HMK's website for an update later this month on kindergarten roundup.
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** New Meal Pick-Up Location** HMK 11:00 - 12:30 ONLY June 1 - June 30

Due to the end of the traditional school year, buses will no longer be delivering meals to students. The last day of bus service will be Thursday, May 28th. Beginning Monday, June 1, meals will be available to ALL CHILDREN 18 AND UNDER at HMK. A drive-thru service will be set up in the loop at the front of HMK to allow families to pick up their meals while safely remaining in their vehicles. Breakfast and lunch will be served to each child. CHILDREN DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT TO PICK UP MEALS. Please identify how many children you are requesting meals for when you arrive at HMK.
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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration will be completed online beginning June 8th. Office hours will be 8:00-3:00 Monday –Thursday if you need help with registration or have any questions. If your student has attended Sundwall -Grand Preschool, he/she will have a student ID number and needs to be registered as an existing student. After registration is completed, parents/guardians must bring a birth certificate and completed immunizations to the K-3 office.
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Grand County School District Retirees 2019-2020

Due to the suspension of school with the COVID-19 outbreak, we were unable to say thank you and goodbye to a special group - our longtime employees who are leaving us at the end of this year. It is with much appreciation that the Grand County School District would like to offer this special recognition for these retirees. Thank you for your service to our district, your friendship, and the dedication that you have shown toward our students. You will be greatly missed but we wish you a wonderful new beginning with your retirement!
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Utah schools will remain physically closed to end of school year

Today the Governor announced that school is officially closed for the rest of the school year. GCSD staff will continue to provide digital learning as they have been doing since March 16 until the last day of school May 29. We will be unable to hold traditional graduation activities, but are actively pursuing alternate graduation activities. The high school will publish a schedule of alternate graduation activities as soon as one is available.
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School-Based Therapists

Covid – 19 has presented us with a new and difficult reality. The measure is put in place to increase safety may also increase the need to prioritize mental health. There may be many reasons you or your child are feeling more stressed, lonely or anxious at this time. No matter the reason they are all valid! Here are some reasons you might reach out to a school-based therapist...
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Meal Instructions

Parents please note that in order to do a variety of meals, a few of the meals that will need to be reheated. They are cooked according to the food safety requirements and quickly chilled. So you should reheat them either in your microwave, some settings have a reheat and most microwaves have different watts so cook accordingly to your microwave. You may also reheat the meat or potato wedges on the stove or in the oven. You can reheat at 350 degrees in a conventional oven for 10-15 minutes, just keep an eye out not to overcook.
Thank you for allowing us to serve your students. We are happy to help, to make this a bit easier for all of you stay at home parents during this difficult season. We love your kids and appreciate this opportunity to serve you! HMK and HS/MS kitchen staff, Transportation personnel (Bus Drivers and Helpers) and all our volunteers who are helping us stuff the meal sacks! We appreciate all of you!
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