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Title I/Special Programs Parent Information Meeting

Date: October 4, 2022
Time: 5:00 PM
Format: Elementary Cafeteria In Person and Facebook Live
Topics: Title I
Special Education

Parent Night ENGLISH.pdf

Parent Night ESPANOL.pdf

Please send any questions prior to the meeting to Debby Morse, and we will address those during the meeting.

Parent Night

Grand Saline High  School

"Changing the World One Student At a Time"

A Message From Our Principal

Welcome to Grand Saline High School!  The 2022-2023 school year is upon us, and I’m looking forward to building on our successes of the 2021-2022 school year.  Grand Saline High School is a small, 3A school located about 60 miles east of Dallas. The faculty and staff at GSHS are committed to providing an academic atmosphere that enables students to recognize and desire excellence.

The Indian Spirit is something that has been passed down through generations of students that came before you.  This tradition is built on pride, honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, and work ethic.  Our goal of this campus being “exemplary” begins with you! Each of you will build relationships throughout the year that will last a lifetime.  Cherish these moments as you are living in the greatest years of your life.  Make the most of them! My personal challenge to you this school year is to live our school pledge daily.  "I pledge allegiance to Grand Saline High School and to the foundation for which it stands, one student body, guided by the principles of discipline, compassion, kindness, and academic excellence.” Each activity that you pursue this year is an opportunity to represent not only yourself, but your family, school, and community.  Remember who you are, where you come from, and what you represent. Best wishes for a successful school year and Go Indians!

Jim Lamb, Principal

News and Announcements

September 29th
JV Football @ Edgewood 7:30pm

September 30th
Pep Rally @ 8:45am "Destruction Zone"
Volleyball Here @ 4:30pm
Football Here @ 7:30pm

October 1st
Mesquite Marching Festival
Band Performance 1:30pm

October 4th
Volleyball Here @4:30 Pink Out

October 6th
JV Football Here @ 6pm

October 7th
Pep Rally @ 8:45am "Camo"
Volleyball @ Lone Oak 4:30pm
Football @ Arp 7:30pm

October 8th
Band Performance @ Denton 10:05am

October 10th
NO SCHOOL- Teacher Inservice

October 12th
UIL Marching Contest

October 13th
JV Football @ West Rusk 6pm

October 14th
Pep Rally @ 8:45am "Pink Out"
Volleyball Here @ 4:30pm
Football Here @ 7:30pm

October 18th
Volleyball here @ 5pm Senior Night

October 20th
JV Football Here @ 7:30pm

October 21st
Pep Rally @ 8:45am "Black Out"
Volleyball @ Prairiland 4:30pm
Football @ Winona 7:30pm


2020-2021 High School Testing Calendar


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