Final Forms is now available to complete for next school year. Be sure to update and sign both the Contact form and the Transportation form by May 10th to ensure bus transportation needs are met for next year. If you need assistance accessing Final Forms, please contact Ronnie Rinehart at 419-468-3134, ext 11012.
This is a reminder that tomorrow and Thursday students will be taking the state end of year assessment for English Language Arts. Please remind your Middle School and High Schools students to bring their iPad fully charged. In addition no cell phones, earbuds or electronic watches are permitted in the testing rooms. These items should be left in lockers or given to the school office for safe keeping. Students are encouraged to get a good night’s sleep, eat a good breakfast, be on time and do their best. Thank you for your support in this effort. We will see you tomorrow.
GIS Families...please go to https://ybpay.lifetouch.com and use School Code: 14489923 to not miss out on your child getting their 2022-2023 yearbook. They are $20.00 with out any extras. There will be class composites for each class and candids from events and clubs in the building. Also the cover of the yearbook is actually the artwork of GIS students, so this is one of a kind and you won't want to miss having it to look back on the great memories for this school year. The deadline is March 17th!
As a district, we will continue to prioritize safety, explore the best methods, and ensure that current safety measures are accurately functioning. Tomorrow afternoon (3/15) at approximately 1:30 p.m., Galion City School District will conduct a districtwide lockdown drill to assess the newly installed Centegix CrisisAlert system. This drill will be the second district wide test of the system, which also notifies local first responders. The Galion Police Department will participate in the exercise to ensure the communication is received and dispatched properly. Practicing the procedures and systems we have in place ensures that they work as they should. We will continue to communicate with families regarding safety practices and updates to our procedures.
The Galion City Schools will be on a 2-hour delay today, March 14, 2023. Please remember that there will be no ROAR and no breakfast this morning. Be safe, Tigers!
GIS is so proud of Lucas Prosser (5th grade) and Max Bowser (4th grade) who won their sectionals, districts, and now this weekend are traveling to compete at state. Only the top 16 wrestlers from each weight class qualified. What a huge accomplishment for both Lucas and Max! The OYWA league is for wrestlers in grades 3-6. Please send an encouraging comment to our GIS tigers. Go and Be Great Lucas and Max! We are so PROUD of you already!
Attention GIS ROAR Families! On Thursday, February 16th, our afternoon ROAR program will be canceled due to Spring Parent/Teacher Conferences being held district-wide. Please plan on your child not being in the afternoon ROAR on February 16th. Our morning ROAR will run as scheduled on that day.
The Galion City Schools will be on a 2-hour delay, Wednesday, January 25, 2023. Please remember on delay days that breakfast will not be served and AM ROAR will not be in session. Stay safe, Tigers!
Last week our fifth graders in Ms. Prince and Ms. Showecker's classes created their own "shops" where they sold paper products to their classmates. This project was part of the economics module where they learned about economic decisions and markets.
Two of our fifth graders, Dominic Blue and Gage Robinett, were enjoying a lively game of chess during their library special. Mr. Lehman also teaches students after school on Thursdays how to play the game, so if you visit our school you may find more students during library participating in this game.
On Friday, January 6th, our 3rd grade students who earned the 2nd quarter PBIS incentive for following the 3 R's (Being Respectful, Ready, and Responsible) of our PBIS program were able to attend the Tiger's Den. They had a great time skating, hanging out with friends, and playing games. Our next quarterly incentive for 3rd quarter will be bowling.
Our 4th and 5th Grade students who made great behavioral choices throughout 2nd quarter were able to attend our PBIS incentive at the Tiger's Den today. Here are some pictures of our 5th graders enjoying their time skating, playing games, and hanging out with their friends and classmates.
GIS families please download the Galion City Schools app today, so that you don't miss any important information like our weather delays and cancellation notifications. See you back on Tuesday, January 3rd.
GIS Families...remember that tomorrow we will be dismissing at 1:05pm for our second early release day for the end of Quarter 2. We hope you have a wonderful winter break with your families and friends and get lots of rest. See you next year, when we return on Tuesday, January 3rd. Mrs. Robbeloth
GIS Families...we will be celebrating next week with our Holidays Spirit Wear. Please see the schedule for our festivities. Looking forward to a wonderful week with our students and much needed restful break. If you have questions please reach out to your child's teacher.
Some of our GIS Lighthouse team members rode in the Galion PTO float at the Come Home to Galion parade on Saturday, December 3rd. It was a chilly day, but the kids had a great time representing our school!
During the month of December, our 5th grade classes at GIS will be conducting a non-perishable food drive to help support our community. All items will be donated to the Crawford County Community Action food pantry. If you are able, this is a worthy cause to donate to- please see the flyer for items they are in need of and what the schedule is for wearing either of the hat or jeans for brining in an item.
The Galion Elementary PTO annual Snowflake Shop will be from December 7th-15th. Please look at the schedule for when your child's class will be going to shop. All gifts are between $1.00-$3.00. There is also a gift list that will be helpful for students when sending in money to be spent. Flyers and money envelopes will be coming home on Monday, November 28th. The PTO is in need of parent volunteers to help our students shop. If interested please sign up at http://signup.com/go/SPWftSh.
Today, the Galion library visited GIS students. During the visit they heard about the new books that have arrived at the library and heard more information about three of them. What a great place to visit over the Thanksgiving break while we are out of school Wednesday 11/23. Please call the library to determine their holiday schedule. Remember that a library card is free and there are many children books available online if students prefer electronic versions rather than paper copies. Galion Library Hours: Monday — Thursday 9 am — 8:30 pm Friday 9 am — 6 pm Saturday 9 am — 5 pm
Mrs. Smith's fourth graders want to thank all veterans for their service! After watching a video, they created a mural, on display at GIS, to thank and honor our veterans. Happy Veterans Day today!