Trunk-or-treat brings community together

Student Council hosted its first Trunk-or-Treat last night. Trunk-or-Treat is an event similar to trick-or-treating, but instead of getting candy from homes, kids get candy from the trunks of cars. “Trunk-or-Treat took place in front of the high school. People parked in the band lot and then walked the staff parking lot loop. The trunks… Continue reading Trunk-or-treat brings community together


GHS utilizes e-learning opportunity

GHS will be having mandatory e-learning days to help adapt to the new school year. Beginning Sept. 16, students will be learning from home in order to give teachers the time to grade, create lesson plans, navigate Canvas and check in with the online students. “Teachers can use this time to not only prepare what… Continue reading GHS utilizes e-learning opportunity


Boys tennis

So far, this season the boys tennis team has a record of 6-2, with high hopes for the remainder of their matches.             Coaches Jeremy Runge and Ben Sutton began preparing the team for their season as soon as the high school sports restrictions were lifted.              “As soon as they lifted the restrictions, the… Continue reading Boys tennis