• 2019 Bronze Award
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Galion Intermediate School

Welcome to Galion Intermediate School!  

Principal's Message

It's 2019 and a new year has come upon us, yet our mission remains the same: “Believe in the service we provide our students and community, Achieve more than we think is possible, resulting in Success, nothing less for ALL!”

As we look to make 2019 a success, we will continue to provide personalized learning opportunities for students where student specific interventions can help them to achieve more in a learning environment where the 7 Habits of Covey are nurtured.

Should you need anything from the Intermediate staff, do not hesitate to call 419.468.3676.

Take care.
Mr. Alex Sharick,
Galion Intermediate Principal

 

1to1program

Engaging life-long learners through technology

The Galion City School District is proud to be the first 1:1 technology-driven district in Crawford County. Students in grades 3-12 are able to utilize personal issued Apple devices to enhance the classroom learning experience and prepare them for life-long learning beyond the traditional school setting.

 

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