As we begin this school year, we will remain focused on what it means to be a Tiger with our newly established Profile of a Tiger. Created in collaboration with Galion teachers, administrators, staff, students and families, the input and perspectives of all involved are a true testament to the student-first mentality we share in our work. This Profile is a roadmap, guiding our district to what we consider to be successful Galion graduates. Our work contributes to student success in the classroom, but it is just as important that we prepare our students for success once they graduate from our district and begin paving their own paths in the world. We look forward to sharing more with you throughout this school year! It's a great day to be a Tiger!
3 days ago, Galion City Schools
Believe Achieve Suceed
Hello 6th Grade Parents, this is a friendly reminder that the FULL camp payment and Medical Forms are due by next Friday, September 30th. Any student that is not paid in full will not be able to attend camp. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Fagan in the main office or Ms. Gangwer on the 6th grade team.
3 days ago, Galion City Schools
6th Grade Camp
6th grade camp
6th grade camp
We apologize for any inconvenience today in trying to call us. The issues has been addressed and we are back in business with phones and internet.
3 days ago, Galion City Schools
We are currently experiencing an issue with our district phones and internet. We are working to fix the issue.
3 days ago, Galion High School
We are currently experiencing an issue with our district phones and internet. We are working to fix the issue.
3 days ago, Galion High School
Members of the Galion City School Administration and Board of Education will be at the GHS volleyball game versus Clearfork on Thursday (9/22) for Tiger Talks! Beginning at 5 p.m., administrators and BOE members will be available to discuss the things that are important to you. See you there, Tigers!
4 days ago, Galion City Schools
Tiger Talks
Join us Friday, September 23 for Elementary Night at the Tiger Football Game! All students are encouraged to show their TIGER PRIDE by wearing orange and blue. Students may bring signs, streamers, confetti, or other things that show their school spirit! The pregame tailgate starts at 5 p.m. in the park! We hope to see you there!
8 days ago, Galion City Schools
Elementary Night
As we return to pre-COVID meal practices, families will need to complete Free/Reduced Price Meal Applications! We encourage ALL Tiger families to complete the application using PaySchools Central or printing and delivering a paper application. If you choose the printable version, it must be returned or mailed to the Food Services Director Shannon King at Galion High School. For more information on the free and reduced meals application and meal prices, please visit the Food Service section of the website at https://bit.ly/galionfoodservice. Additional questions should be directed to our Food Service Director, Shannon King, at 419-468-6500 ext. 11016.
15 days ago, Galion City Schools
School Meals: Complete the free and reduced meals application
Galion City School Administration and Board of Education will be at the GHS varsity football game tonight against Marion Harding! Administrators and BOE members will be available beginning at 6 p.m. for Tiger Talks, where you can discuss the things that are important to you. See you there, Tigers! And don't forget to wear navy in honor of Kooper, #6.
15 days ago, Galion City Schools
Tiger Talks
The September 9 football game will honor our Veterans and those currently serving. Veterans and active duty military (and one guest) are invited to attend the varsity football game for free this Friday as a small thank you for serving our country. Those interested are also invited to meet at the flag pole at the South end of the stadium at 6:30 p.m. to help honor our great flag. Additionally, Galion fans, don’t forget to wear your t-shirts in honor of senior Kooper McCabe (#6).
17 days ago, Galion City Schools
Veterans Night Free entry for active duty military and veterans
Calling all seniors! Galion City School residents, who are 62 and older, can pick up a free senior game pass at the Board of Education office. This pass allows free entry to sporting events throughout the 2022-2023 school year. We look forward to seeing you at the games! Go Tigers!
17 days ago, Galion City Schools
Senior Game Passes
The PTO has framed the yearly student art pictures for each grade level from the 2021-22 school year. These works of art are are now hanging in the hallways of the Primary and Intermediate buildings along with the art from previous years. Congratulations to the following students for having their art work chosen: KG Macie Wolfersberger, 1st Cooper Main, 2nd Quinn Bailey, 3rd Jocelyn Glass, 4th Jaquelyn Young, 5th Addison Parsons. We are looking forward to another great year of Art projects this year.
18 days ago, Galion City Schools
Student Art Work
GIS fifth graders received a visit from some of the members of the HS band as a first introduction to the instrumental world! The band did a fantastic job and our GIS students loved hearing the Galion fight song! Fifth-grade students and their families are invited to learn more about the band and preview the instruments tonight, Thursday, September 1, from 6-8 p.m. in the GIS cafeteria. Please stop by to check out the instruments and talk more to Mr. Warkall about the band for this year.
23 days ago, Galion City Schools
HS band playing for 5th graders
Join us at Three Bean Coffee House tomorrow (9/1) at 9 a.m. for our first Tiger Talks! Members of the Galion City School District Administration and Board of Education will be available to discuss things that are important to you at different events throughout the fall. For the full schedule, please visit https://5il.co/1hcoo.
24 days ago, Galion City Schools
Tiger Talks
The Ohio Department of Health {ODH), under Ohio Revised Code 3701.13 and 3313.671, requires: 7th-grade students to provide written proof of Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis) and Meningococcal (MCV4) vaccines; and, 12th-grade students to provide written proof that they have received the Meningococcal (MCV4) vaccine after the age of 16. A complete list of ODH immunization requirements is available on their website. Students without written proof of vaccine/appointment by August 29th will be excluded at that time. For more information, visit https://5il.co/1gsd3.
about 1 month ago, Galion City Schools
Vaccine Requirements for 7th and 12th Grade
We are aware that the Here Comes the Bus application is not working properly for families and are working diligently with representatives from Here Comes the Bus to correct the problem. We will send additional information as it becomes available. If you are in need of bus information for your student(s), please contact our transportation office at 419-468-6500, ext. 11022. Thank you for your patience as we work to correct this problem.
about 1 month ago, Galion City Schools
Here Comes the Bus Transportation App is experiencing problems
Breakfast - free for all students - is offered every morning in all buildings. For menu details, please visit the food service webpage at https://bit.ly/galionfoodservice.
about 2 months ago, Galion City Schools
Start your day with School Breakfast!
Everything you need to know for Back-to-School! https://5il.co/1fp6i
about 2 months ago, Galion City Schools
Back-to-school information for 2022-23
Tomorrow, August 4, kindergarten screenings will take place at Galion Primary School from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Please call the Primary at 419-468-4010 for additional information and to schedule a time.
about 2 months ago, Kaitlin Witzberger
Kindergarten Screening Information
All student handbooks are available to view or download on our website. Be sure to check out all the information regarding attendance, dress code and much more! https://www.galionschools.org/page/student-handbooks
about 2 months ago, Galion City Schools
Rules for the 2022-23 School Year