Kindergarten registration for the Galion City School District will begin March 1. Parents enrolling their child for the 2018-2019 school year should do so throughout the month of March should call the Primary School office.
Thirty-two students were recently selected as members of the new Student Lighthouse Team at the Galion Middle School. Students interested in being part of the new leadership team completed applications and were selected based on responses to questions about leadership.
The Connections Hall of Fame Committee will accept nominations for the 2018 Hall of Fame class starting March 1 through June 1, 2018. This year's class will be inducted during the Connections Weekend activities Saturday, Oct. 13.
The Galion City School District Board of Education approved the district calendar for the 2018-2019 school year during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Teagan Prince, a third-grade student at Galion Intermediate School, has had a love for art and painting since she was two years old. She was given the opportunity to share her love of painting with her classmates with students in Mrs. Lesley Buzza's third grade class Friday, Feb. 16.
A threat of violence against the Galion Intermediate School was determined to be nothing more than vandalism by a student by the Galion Police and Galion Fire Departments Thursday, Feb. 15.
Students and staff at the Galion Intermediate School are taking leadership development a step further with building-wide Leadership Clubs. These groups meet the first and third Friday of each month at the end of the school day.
The Galion City School District is pleased to announce that the student who wrote the bomb threat on the girls’ bathroom wall in the sixth-grade wing at Galion Middle School Feb. 15 has been caught. The name of the individual caught cannot be released because the student is a minor.
The Galion City School District evacuated the Galion Middle School after receiving a bomb threat against the building Thursday, Feb. 15. The threat was written on the girls’ bathroom wall in the sixth-grade wing of the building.
The Galion City School District is excited to announce that sixth grade student Courtney Woerlein will be one of forty-nine students competing in the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee at Ohio University March 24.
The Galion Primary/Intermediate Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) is excited to host its annual father/daughter dance, "Ties and Tiaras", from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Galion Intermediate School Friday, Feb. 23.
The Galion City School District will host spring parent-teacher conferences for kindergarten through twelfth grade students Thursday, Feb. 15.
Galion Middle School seventh grade student Adam Geiger will represent the Galion City School District during the Tri-County Spelling Bee at 6:30 p.m. at the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC) Thursday, Feb. 8.
Fourth-year science teacher, and Galion alumna, Amy Tyree was ecstatic when administrators at Galion High School approached her about the possibility of creating a new Environmental Science course at GHS.
"Let's start with Hello, Galion" is a special letter from Superintendent Grubbs about the importance of a program taking place at the Primary and Intermediate Schools the week of Feb. 5-9.
The Galion Primary and Intermediate Schools will participate in the national Start with Hello Week Feb. 5-9. Start with Hello week was started by a group of parents following the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary to help kids understand they are not alone.
Students at Galion Intermediate School celebrated the 100th day of classes with a myriad of activities the week of January 29 through February 2. The official 100th day was Wednesday, January 31.
The Galion City School District is excited to announce that registration for the 5-Star Step Up to Quality Preschool Program for the 2018-2019 school year begins Thursday, February 1. Any interested parents or families can contact the Galion Primary School at 419-468-4010, or visit the school at 478 Portland Way North, to request a registration packet.
The Galion City School District received a bomb threat mid-morning at the Galion Middle School Tuesday, Jan. 23.
Students from Galion Intermediate School have been busy preparing for the annual Academic Challenge competition at the Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center Jan. 23 and Jan. 24.
The Galion City School District will host two meetings for parents of any students interested in exploring an online educational opportunity Monday, January 29. The meeting times for the online program, which will be operated by the Galion City School District, will begin at 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. in the GHS library
The Galion High School is pleased to host the College Credit Plus (CCP) informational meeting Wednesday, January 31. The meeting will be held in the High School cafetorium and will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.
The Galion Athletic Department would like to invite all area veterans and active duty service men and women to the Lady Tigers home basketball game against Marion Harding for a special recognition ceremony this Friday, Jan. 19.
Students from the Carpentry program at Pioneer Career & Technology Center put the skills they're learning in the classroom to work recently in the Galion community. Juniors and seniors replaced the shingles on the dugouts and press box at the baseball field at Heise Park.
The Galion City School District Board of Education held its annual organizational meeting and regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Jan. 9.
Galion Intermediate and Middle School students competed in a district-wide spelling to determine who would represent the Galion City School District in this year’s Crawford County Spelling Bee. When the dust settled, six students earned the privilege of representing the Tigers in the county competition at Bucyrus High School Jan. 11.
The Galion Elementary School Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) “Pawns on Pawns” chess club will enter its fourth year with 45 students and a new structure.
Galion City Schools will accept qualifications from design professionals to provide design services for site improvements for athletic fields and for a new bus garage.
One of the common statements heard during most high school graduation ceremonies involves graduates commenting that they don't plan on "coming home." However, for more than 50 Galion alumni, that wasn't the case as these individuals returned to Tiger Town to educate future generations of Galion graduates.
The Galion City School District Board of Education approved two resolutions to move forward with plans to expand the campus during its regular meeting Thursday, Dec. 19.