Summer 2018 Swimming Program
Swimming lessons will be in Fosston again this year - July 30th
through August 10th, Monday through Friday. Pool time is from 1:45 –
3:30pm. The bus will leave Grygla at 12:15 and return at approximately
4:45. Children must be 5 years old or older to participate in this program.
The cost for the swimming lessons is $50. The Community
Education Program pays for the bus ride. Your cost is $50. Your
child/children MUST be signed up and paid in full by May 7th.
If your child has a health problem or has had any negative experience with
water, we ask that you send a note with your child on the first day. There will be
an adult to supervise the bus and assist students while at the Fosston School.
Everyone should know how to swim. Most people who drown never
intend to get wet.
**Registration forms are going home with students on April 3rd**
**Return the registration forms by May 7th with payment.**
Yearbooks are still available.
$30 with a coupon.
Please contact either Shaunna Olson or Audrya Nelson.
You can help Grygla School earn money for school supplies by shopping at Office Depot. Click here.
Our school funding increases as more families apply and are approved for free or reduced lunches. If you think you might qualify for free or reduced lunches, please apply for these benefits. If you have questions, please call Galen Clow at 218-294-6155. Click here for the application.
At the Grygla School, we are actively seeking out and rewarding kindness among our students. Each week, students are asked to "fill their buckets" with instances when someone has been kind to them, or they have seen kindness happen. At the end of the week, winners are chosen, and t-shirts are awarded to those students. Weekly winners can be found in the Grygla Eagle.
BE CHARGER KIND!
CodeRED is an automated notification system Marshall County can use to call up to 60,000 phone numbers per hour with a recorded message. CodeRED can reach individuals by residential phone, business phone or cell phone. It will make three attempts to contact citizens and will leave messages in voicemail boxes and on answering machines. Emergency personnel can send a message to the entire county or to a selected area.
Click here for the PDF.