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Granville Central School District

School has drug issues, parent says

A passionate speech from a Granville Junior/Senior High School parent addressed her concerns with alleged drug use and “inappropriate” actions within the school at the Oct. 12 Board of Education…

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Read more about the article School: Weekly test for unvaccinated
Members of the Granville Board of Education discuss COVID-19 protocols amidst rising numbers of positive confirmed cases in Granville and Washington County.

School: Weekly test for unvaccinated

The Granville Board of Education will require weekly mouth-swab testing of all unvaccinated school faculty and staff. The tests will be conducted by Washington County-contracted group, Quadrant, and superintendent Tom…

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Read more about the article School renovation ‘in pretty good shape’
A July picture of Granville Board of Education member Ed Vladyka showing fellow board members the progress of a "modern-day tech shop" room.

School renovation ‘in pretty good shape’

The Granville Central School District is close to completing phase two of its renovation project at the Junior/Senior High School. But it’s not at 100% yet, according to a building…

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Read more about the article Masks, presence at school mandatory
Granville Central School District building on Quaker Street

Masks, presence at school mandatory

School superintendent Tom McGurl has informed the Granville Board of Education and community of updated protocols, regulations and the district’s reopening plan for this fall, which will require masks for…

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Read more about the article Mask ‘shenanigans’ confusing for schools
Granville superintendent Tom McGurl

Mask ‘shenanigans’ confusing for schools

Recent scuttlebutt and back-and-forth decision-making on mask mandates inside and outside school and camp settings by New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) officials has created a massive headache…

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Read more about the article School board candidates make their cases
Granville Central School District

School board candidates make their cases

In an opportunity to introduce the five candidates running for three Granville Board of Education seats, NYVT Media hosted a “Meet the Candidates Night” discussion panel on May 6 via…

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Read more about the article Granville school budget to cut tax levy
Granville Central School District

Granville school budget to cut tax levy

Kicking off the Granville Board of Education’s monthly meeting hot and heavy with the final budget workshop, the board approved the proposed tentative 2021-2022 budget of $27,010,929, a 3.35% increase…

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Read more about the article Granville schools ‘living within our means’
Granville Central School District sign.

Granville schools ‘living within our means’

While addressing the budget topics of instructional, technology, special education and interscholastic sports, the Granville Board of Education was informed at the second tentative budget workshop on March 15 of…

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McGurl: Waive standardized testing

The focal point of the March 9 Granville Board of Education meeting stemmed from a question posed by board member Ed Vladyka to school superintendent Thomas McGurl during Junior/Senior High…

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Read more about the article State aid to affect school budget
Granville Central School District

State aid to affect school budget

The first of five budget-related Granville Board of Education meetings took place on Monday to primarily discuss the expenditures in the cafeteria, maintenance and operation and transportation funds for the…

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