Welcome to Grant Union


Check FAMILY LINK for class schedules and student grades.
For further information please see Mrs. Shelley.

Check for latest Scholarships and updates on the Careers page.


Current Events

    

2017 Chief Joseph Rally logo design contest sponsored by the BMW Riders of Oregon
1st Place-Paige Gerry            2nd Place-Kenna Combs



  • January 2, 2017 - No School (will have Friday school).
  • January 16, 2017 - No School (will have Friday school).
  • January 20, 2017 - Grant Union Home Wrestling Tournament (high school and middle school).
  • January 21, 2017 - SAT in GU Library at 7:45.
  • January 21, 2017 - High School Dance (grades 9-12).
  • January 26, 2017 - Last day of Quarter 2.


Academics

Students of the Month for November!


12th Grade - McKyee Coalwell 9th Grade - Ellie Justice
11th Grade - Dante Valentine 8th Grade - Sophie Brockway
10th Grade - Marissa Smith 7th Grade - Riley Robertson

Athletics

Check out the NEW ATHLETICS page and options to follow GU Sports.
Become a FAN and download the FAN App for easy access.

Winter Sports

  • See Athletics page for winter sporting events.


Principal's Corner

Grant Union JR/SR High Students and Parents,

We here at GU believe that regular school attendance is a significant factor in student success. The state of Oregon defines regular attendance as attending 90% or more of all school days. Data from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) indicates that for the 2016-17 school year, that 81% of Grant Union JR/SR High Students attended 90% or more of all school days. As a school, we know that this is a number to improve upon, and we are taking measures to do so. With an end objective of obtaining 90% or more, our goal for this year is achieve a minimum of 85% of our students at 90% or more of days.

GU parents we need your help in achieving this goal. As a parent, school attendance on a daily basis needs to be a priority. Obviously, we are aware that sicknesses and unavoidable appointments occur, yet at the same time we are mindful that daily attendance is important. Even a few days of absence can put your student behind. As a school, we will continue to maintain good communication with our families regarding student attendance, find opportunities to promote positive attendance, and recognize students with exceptional attendance. GU wants and needs our students here at school.

Thank you in advance for your support in assisting us with promoting regular school attendance!

Ryan Gerry