Building a Community of Excellence...
Recognizing that the students of Grassfield High School will function in a pluralistic society based on the abilities and integrity of its individual citizens, the staff endeavors to provide a comprehensive program that will assist each student in becoming a concerned responsible citizen, prepared to cope with personal challenges, and to make a unique contribution to society. The school recognizes its share of responsibility for the development of the individual’s capabilities, cultural awareness, and sense of values. The school, which recognizes the characteristics of the community, works cooperatively with its patrons, seeking their essential, positive assistance. The school seeks the cooperation of the community, which provides future employment, spiritual and cultural activities, and recreation for the students.Co-curricular and extracurricular activities support certain goals that enhance the curriculum. The curriculum and these activities contribute to the emotional, physical, and intellectual curiosity of the student, foster resourcefulness in seeking and utilizing information, and encourage each student to strive for maximum achievement.
Grizzly Student Activities Program ObjectivesThe student activities program is designed
- to involve as many students as possible in student activities
- to offer a wide variety of programs
- to provide learning opportunities beyond the formal curriculum.
Spring Fest 2017Join us at our first Spring Fest event before the Varsity Baseball, Softball and Soccer games on Tuesday May 2nd. Event starts at 4:30 to the left of the stadium. We will have food trucks, tie-dying for $5 (bring your own shirt, we will have limited shirt sizes available to purchase for $2), and a free corn hole tournament (bring a partner). Let’s cheer on our spring sport teams afterwards! Any questions, please contact Alicia.email@example.com
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Grassfield High Middle School Skills Clinic
The spring clinic is designed to give middle school athletes the opportunity to learn new skills and techniques and to practice and refine those skills prior to the high school season. Each session will include verbal instruction, visual demonstration, and individual and mass participation drills. A variety of progressions will be used to encourage the skill level of each student-athlete. Grassfield High School Volleyball Program coaches present all instructional sessions. Grassfield High School’s Southeastern District athletes will be on hand to assist. If you have any questions, please email Doray McConnell at firstname.lastname@example.orgSaturday, May 6 : 8 a.m. - noon
Sunday, May 7 : 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
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Grassfield High Summer Basketball Camp
Ages: 2nd Grade through rising 8th grade
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Session Dates: June 19–22, 2017 or July 17-20, 2017
Camp Location : Grassfield High School
Camp Coordinators : Kristina Jones and Tony Collin