Congratulations to Flannery Lundgren and Tessa Hobein! These two student-athletes will continue their athletic journey in college. Flannery will be playing volleyball for Puget Sound, and Tessa will be a dual threat in volleyball and softball for Pacific University.
8 days ago, Web Admin
Two young women stand smiling in front of a red backdrop with pennants and a sign for the University of Puget Sound. The woman on the left wears a gray University of Puget Sound hoodie, while the woman on the right sports a black Pacific University Oregon T-shirt. They seem to be at an informational or celebratory event, as indicated by the surrounding decor and promotional materials.
A young woman is seated at a table covered with a white cloth overprinted with 'ASHLAND GRIZZLIES' in red. She's wearing a gray University of Puget Sound hoodie and is in the process of signing a document, with a University of Puget Sound pennant and promotional sign visible on the table. The setting appears to be an indoor event, with a red backdrop and various awards displayed on a shelf behind.
A young woman, wearing a black Pacific University Oregon T-shirt, is signing a document at a table with a red and white 'ASHLAND GRIZZLIES' tablecloth. The table displays a University of Puget Sound frame, alongside floral arrangements and a Wilson volleyball. A trophy shelf is partially visible in the background, suggesting an athletic or academic signing event.
SENIOR ALL NIGHT BE PART OF THE ASHLAND TRADITION BECOME A SPONSOR! CLASS OF 2024 Please consider supporting Ashland High School's graduating seniors by sponsoring the Senior All Night Party, a parent-organized drug and alcohol free event offering a safe and exciting way for all graduates to celebrate their success. HELP US KEEP OUR YOUTH SAFE ON GRADUATION NIGHT! Funds are needed to cover the cost of facility rental, food, activies, insurance, and raffle prizes. CONSIDER SPONSORING AT ONE OF THESE LEVELS Platinum $ 1,500 Gold $ 1,000 Silver $500 Bronze $250 Friend 250 FUN, GAMES, FOOD, RAFFLE, CASH + PRIZES! THURSDAY JUNE 6, 2024 MT. ASHLAND DRUG & ALCOHOL FREE! WE CAN'T DO IT WITHOUT YOU. BECOME AN EVENT SPONSOR TODAY! Sponsors will be recognized in a full-page Thank You ad in the July Sneak Preview. Let's come together to celebrate these awesome Ashland High School graduates with a SAFE, fun, and exciting evening! Mail checks to: AHS Senior All Night Party 1467 Siskiyou Blvd. #26 Ashland, OR 97520 Please make your check out to: Senior All Night For more information email: ashlandseniorallnight2024@gmail.com Text/Call Lindsey Negra: (503) 734-9406 THIS IS A PARENT ORGANIZED AND SPONSORED EVENT
11 days ago, Grizwold
SENIOR ALL NIGHT  BE PART OF THE ASHLAND TRADITION BECOME A SPONSOR! CLASS OF 2024  Please consider supporting Ashland High School's graduating seniors by sponsoring the Senior All Night Party, a parent-organized drug and alcohol free event offering a safe and exciting way for all graduates to celebrate their success.  HELP US KEEP OUR YOUTH SAFE ON GRADUATION NIGHT! Funds are needed to cover the cost of facility rental, food, activies, insurance, and raffle prizes.  CONSIDER SPONSORING AT ONE OF THESE LEVELS Platinum $ 1,500 Gold $ 1,000 Silver $500 Bronze $250 Friend 250  FUN, GAMES, FOOD, RAFFLE, CASH + PRIZES! THURSDAY JUNE 6, 2024 MT. ASHLAND DRUG & ALCOHOL FREE!  WE CAN'T DO IT WITHOUT YOU. BECOME AN EVENT SPONSOR TODAY! Sponsors will be recognized in a full-page Thank You ad in the July Sneak Preview. Let's come together to celebrate these awesome Ashland High School graduates with a SAFE, fun, and exciting evening!  Mail checks to: AHS Senior All Night Party 1467 Siskiyou Blvd. #26 Ashland, OR 97520 Please make your check out to: Senior All Night  For more information email: ashlandseniorallnight2024@gmail.com Text/Call Lindsey Negra: (503) 734-9406  THIS IS A PARENT ORGANIZED AND SPONSORED EVENT
GRIZZ SPORTS Boys Basketball Tuesday vs Eagle Point. JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 friday vs No Eugene, JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 Senior Night Girls Basketball Tuesday @ Eagle Point. V 7:00 Friday vs no Eugene. V 5:30 Wrestling Ⓒ Saturday 5A MWL District Meet @ Crater, 9:30 am Swim Fri & Sat @ Tualatin Hills for 5A State Meet
12 days ago, Grizwold
GRIZZ SPORTS WINTER EVENTS Boys Basketball Tuesday vs Eagle Point. JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 friday vs No Eugene, JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 Senior Night Girls Basketball Tuesday @ Eagle Point. V 7:00 Friday vs no Eugene. V 5:30 Wrestling Ⓒ Saturday 5A MWL District Meet @ Crater, 9:30 am Swim Fri & Sat @ Tualatin Hills for 5A State Meet
Congratulations to some of our student athletes that have been selected to All-State teams for their sports: Football: Kaden Gardner-2nd Team All-State Linebacker Caden Negra- Honorable Mention All-State Wide Receiver Jacob Ortega-Honorable Mention All-State Punter Boys Soccer: Cash Cota-1st Team All-State Team Lupin Paz-2nd Team All-State Team Mateo Moore-2nd Team All-State Goal Keeper Congratulations once again! We also have some acknowledgements for our Theater students. This past weekend, Ashland Thespians participated in the Regional Acting Competition at North Salem High School. We had 15 students compete in total and we had 5 regional finalists in 2 events. Alison Avery, Sofia DiMaggio and Celia Lang all were regional finalists in solo acting, and Celia Lang and Cora Turner were regional finalists in duo comedic acting. If you see any of these students, be sure to congratulate them for a job well done.
12 days ago, Grizwold
Congratulations to some of our student athletes that have been selected to All-State teams for their sports:  Football:  Kaden Gardner-2nd Team All-State Linebacker Caden Negra- Honorable Mention All-State Wide Receiver Jacob Ortega-Honorable Mention All-State Punter  Boys Soccer:  Cash Cota-1st Team All-State Team Lupin Paz-2nd Team All-State Team Mateo Moore-2nd Team All-State Goal Keeper  Congratulations once again!  We also have some acknowledgements for our Theater students. This past weekend, Ashland Thespians participated in the Regional Acting Competition at North Salem High School. We had 15 students compete in total and we had 5 regional finalists in 2 events.  Alison Avery, Sofia DiMaggio and Celia Lang all were regional finalists in solo acting, and Celia Lang and Cora Turner were regional finalists in duo comedic acting.  If you see any of these students, be sure to congratulate them for a job well done.
Congratulations to some of our student athletes that have been selected to All-State teams for their sports:  Football:  Kaden Gardner-2nd Team All-State Linebacker Caden Negra- Honorable Mention All-State Wide Receiver Jacob Ortega-Honorable Mention All-State Punter  Boys Soccer:  Cash Cota-1st Team All-State Team Lupin Paz-2nd Team All-State Team Mateo Moore-2nd Team All-State Goal Keeper  Congratulations once again!  We also have some acknowledgements for our Theater students. This past weekend, Ashland Thespians participated in the Regional Acting Competition at North Salem High School. We had 15 students compete in total and we had 5 regional finalists in 2 events.  Alison Avery, Sofia DiMaggio and Celia Lang all were regional finalists in solo acting, and Celia Lang and Cora Turner were regional finalists in duo comedic acting.  If you see any of these students, be sure to congratulate them for a job well done.
Congratulations to some of our student athletes that have been selected to All-State teams for their sports:  Football:  Kaden Gardner-2nd Team All-State Linebacker Caden Negra- Honorable Mention All-State Wide Receiver Jacob Ortega-Honorable Mention All-State Punter  Boys Soccer:  Cash Cota-1st Team All-State Team Lupin Paz-2nd Team All-State Team Mateo Moore-2nd Team All-State Goal Keeper  Congratulations once again!  We also have some acknowledgements for our Theater students. This past weekend, Ashland Thespians participated in the Regional Acting Competition at North Salem High School. We had 15 students compete in total and we had 5 regional finalists in 2 events.  Alison Avery, Sofia DiMaggio and Celia Lang all were regional finalists in solo acting, and Celia Lang and Cora Turner were regional finalists in duo comedic acting.  If you see any of these students, be sure to congratulate them for a job well done.
Congratulations to some of our student athletes that have been selected to All-State teams for their sports:  Football:  Kaden Gardner-2nd Team All-State Linebacker Caden Negra- Honorable Mention All-State Wide Receiver Jacob Ortega-Honorable Mention All-State Punter  Boys Soccer:  Cash Cota-1st Team All-State Team Lupin Paz-2nd Team All-State Team Mateo Moore-2nd Team All-State Goal Keeper  Congratulations once again!  We also have some acknowledgements for our Theater students. This past weekend, Ashland Thespians participated in the Regional Acting Competition at North Salem High School. We had 15 students compete in total and we had 5 regional finalists in 2 events.  Alison Avery, Sofia DiMaggio and Celia Lang all were regional finalists in solo acting, and Celia Lang and Cora Turner were regional finalists in duo comedic acting.  If you see any of these students, be sure to congratulate them for a job well done.
Congratulations to some of our student athletes that have been selected to All-State teams for their sports:  Football:  Kaden Gardner-2nd Team All-State Linebacker Caden Negra- Honorable Mention All-State Wide Receiver Jacob Ortega-Honorable Mention All-State Punter  Boys Soccer:  Cash Cota-1st Team All-State Team Lupin Paz-2nd Team All-State Team Mateo Moore-2nd Team All-State Goal Keeper  Congratulations once again!  We also have some acknowledgements for our Theater students. This past weekend, Ashland Thespians participated in the Regional Acting Competition at North Salem High School. We had 15 students compete in total and we had 5 regional finalists in 2 events.  Alison Avery, Sofia DiMaggio and Celia Lang all were regional finalists in solo acting, and Celia Lang and Cora Turner were regional finalists in duo comedic acting.  If you see any of these students, be sure to congratulate them for a job well done.
AHS Annual Blood Drive is this Wednesday, Feb 14 from 9:30 to 2:30 in the Upper Commons. Must be 16 years of age or older to donate. 16 yer oods need signed permission form, available in the front office.
12 days ago, Grizwold
AHS Annual Blood Drive feb14 from 9:30 to 2:30 in the Upper Commons
Attention: Please look to your email regarding a message about our athletic trainer
15 days ago, Web Admin
National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Karyn Barats: AHS Counseling Department Office Manager and Scholarship Coordinator This is Karyn’s 12th year at AHS in the Counseling Department. Karyn greets students, makes appointments for them, prints unofficial transcripts, and coordinates all scholarship paperwork and the Scholarship Awards Night in May. Karyn also answers hundreds of questions about all sorts of counseling related topics and supervises the student TAs each period. Her warmth, humor and generosity are so appreciated! Outside of work, Karyn enjoys time with both immediate and extended family. She is especially proud of her two, AHS grad daughters, one an elementary teacher and one completing her degree in diagnostic medical sonography.
15 days ago, Web Admin
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National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Jen Marsden: College and Career Specialist, ASPIRE Program Coordinator Jen Marsden has worked at AHS for the past 12 years. Jen is one of those unique professionals who moves at lightning speed and seems tireless, even after 12-hour days. Jen coordinates the College and Career Center (across from library entrance), schedules college visits, connects students with job and apprenticeship opportunities, offers parent informational nights, teaches CCR (12th grade Career and College Readiness) lessons about college search, financial aid, scholarships and more. Jen also coordinates the ASPIRE program, connecting students to trained volunteers to work with them 1:1 on their post high school planning. Jen is especially passionate about supporting first generation and less resourced students explore post-secondary paths, apply to programs and secure financial aid and scholarship packages. Outside of work, Jen loves to spend time with her family and friends. She is an avid hiker, loves long beachcombing walks along the Oregon coast, and is always working on a puzzle (yes, the old-fashion, table-top, thousands of pieces puzzles!).
15 days ago, Web Admin
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National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Gil Roman: Graduation Coach, 9-12, LOP-Z Gil also joined AHS this past September. He has worked as a Graduation Coach for five years (he worked previously in Eagle Point) and has worked in youth outreach for over 15 years. He has coached sports, facilitated life skills, mentored, and worked in youth corrections. Gil approaches his work with youth through “love, support, advocating and acknowledgement”. Gil believes his experience growing up in a “a survival mode environment and a low-income family” helps him empathize and connect with students who are struggling with hardship and barriers. Gil also took on the role of Asst. Football Coach this year. His stepson played for the Grizzlies a number of years ago and Gil now loves taking part in the Grizz traditions. Gill shares “It is one of the best ways to teach, coach, mentor student athletes and to give back to the community”. Outside of work, Gil cherishes this town of Ashland because he gets to live his best life here. “I get to be around my daughter and my partner and be involved with them as I wanted my father to be. I feel safe and it brings the good out in me. I enjoy working out at the YMCA, where I get to see some of the AHS students. I feel like I belong in this town, and I can contribute to giving back”.
16 days ago, Web Admin
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National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Ashley Caughell: Graduation Coach, 9-12, A-LON Ashley joined AHS as a Graduation Coach in September. Ashley keeps track of students who are struggling with their grades and/or credits. After connecting with students and teachers, Ashley reaches out to parents and coordinates collaboratives plans to remove barriers and support student success toward on-track graduation. After 5 months in this position, Ashley shares that she most enjoys getting to know students interests and motivations, teaming with the rest of her department. She also appreciates that every day is different and sees challenges as an opportunity for creative problem-solving. Outside of her workday, Ashley loves spending time with her family. She has two boys, ages 6 and 4 and is currently expecting her third boy at the end of May. She shares “They keep my husband and me very busy! “
16 days ago, Web Admin
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National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Michelle Bolinger: 9th Grade Counselor, A-Z (2.5 days/week) Michelle joined the AHS Team as a half-time school counselor last week. This is Michelle’s 9thth year as a CDS at Bellview. She was also a CDS at TRAILS for three years. Michelle’s passion for her work and infectious laughter motivate and inspire many in her district team. She is a talented problem-solver, idea generator and avid learner. AHS is thrilled to add her to their team! You can find Michelle at AHS in her new office down the hallway from the main counseling office. Please ask Karyn Barats, our office manager, for directions if you need help finding Michelle. Outside of work, Michelle is a “serious animal lover” and shares that “kids and dogs are my people”. She loves plants, gardening and traveling. She also considers music her “soul language” having grown up surrounded by talented musicians. She still adheres to a mantra she developed as a five-year-old, “to help others and see as much of the world as possible”.
17 days ago, Web Admin
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National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Robert Joe: School Counselor LOP-Z, 10th-12th This is Robert’s second year at AHS. He grew up as a “3rd Culture” student, attending schools in Hawaii, Singapore, and Iceland while his parents worked for the Navy. He fell in love with the Rogue Valley when he became an undergraduate student at SOU and is now thrilled to call it home. Robert brings an important perspective and passion to the department as a first generation, BIPOC counselor. His insights, suggestions and actions are invaluable to the department’s vision and growth. Robert also coordinates the BSU (Black Student Union) on campus. Outside of work, Robert loves spending time with his wonderful wife and two young sons. He is an accomplished grill master, a retired video game champion and an avid traveler.
17 days ago, Web Admin
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National School Counseling Week, Feb 5-9. Please join AHS in celebrating and appreciating our School Counselors, Graduation Coaches, Career and College Specialist and Counseling Office Manager/Scholarship Coordinator this week (and all weeks!). Our counseling team works hard to support all our students with the development of social-emotional, problem-solving, and sound decision-making skills. They provide critical guidance and support of the structures and practices that support our youth’s mental and emotional well-being and by extension, that of our staff and parents. Thank you, team!!! Alec Slinkard: School Counselor A-LON, 10th-12th This is Alec’s third year at AHS. He grew up in the valley and brings extensive knowledge of local resources and support systems throughout our region. Alec’s energy, compassion and sense of humor are contagious and uplifting to those around him. He works hard to help his students see themselves from the positive, strength-filled perspective that he sees them. Alec is also the AHS Wrestling Coach and is looking forward to continuing to grow the program in the years to come. Outside of work, Alec spends time with an extensive, blended family, enjoys a wide range of music, coaches wrestling year-round, golfs and draws.
17 days ago, Web Admin
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GRIZZ SPORTS WINTER EVENTS Boys Basketball: Tuesday @ Crater, JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 6:45 Friday @ Springfield, JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 Girls Basketball: Tuesday @ Crater. V 5:15 Friday @ Springfield. V 5:30 Wrestling: Wednesday @ Eagle Point. JV 5:30. V 7:00 Thursday vs Crater. JV 5:30. V 7:00 (Sr Night) Swim: Fri & Sat @ Willamalane Center for 5A District Meet
19 days ago, Grizwold
GRIZZ SPORTS WINTER EVENTS Boys Basketball Tuesday @ Crater, JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 6:45 Friday @ Springfield, JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 Girls Basketball Tuesday @ Crater. V 5:15 Friday @ Springfield. V 5:30 Wrestling Ⓒ Wednesday @ Eagle Point. JV 5:30. V 7:00 Thursday vs Crater. JV 5:30. V 7:00 (Sr Night) Swim Fri & Sat @ Willamalane Center for 5A District Meet
CAPS AND GOWNS! **Senior Class of 2024! Cap and Gown delivery is close! If you ordered your gown by March 1st, your order will be delivered in March at school! If you order AFTER March 1st, a shipping fee will be added! Order HERE or at https://highschool.herffjones.com CLASS OF 2024 YARD SIGNS! **Order your custom Class of 2024 yard sign to showcase your achievement by clicking HERE or at https://hjnorthcutt.buildasignenterprise.com/ Image generated through AI.
24 days ago, Grizwold
 **Senior Class of 2024! Cap and Gown delivery is close! If you ordered your gown by March 1st, your order will be delivered in March at school! If you order AFTER March 1st, a shipping fee will be added! Order HERE or at https://highschool.herffjones.com   CLASS OF 2024 YARD SIGNS!  **Order your custom Class of 2024 yard sign to showcase your achievement by clicking HERE or at https://hjnorthcutt.buildasignenterprise.com/   Image generated through AI.
GRIZZ SPORTS WINTER EVENTS Boys Basketball friday vs Thurston. JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 Girls Basketball Friday vs Thurston. V 5:30 Wrestling C Monday against Klamath and Henley @ KU, 5:30 Swim Saturday against Crater and no Eugene @ River Rd Pool 4:15
26 days ago, Grizwold
GRIZZ SPORTS WINTER EVENTS Boys Basketball friday vs Thurston. JV 4:00. JV2 5:30. V 7:00 Girls Basketball Friday vs Thurston. V 5:30 Wrestling C Monday against Klamath and Henley @ KU, 5:30 Swim Saturday against Crater and no Eugene @ River Rd Pool 4:15
Ashland Police Department Supports Students During Finals Week The AHS Student Leadership Team extends heartfelt gratitude to the Ashland Police Department for their support on the Quad today, providing nourishment and encouragement to our students during finals week. The turnout for “Donuts on the Quad” was fantastic! A special thanks to Chief Tighe O'Mara and his team for your dedicated work and services and for connecting with AHS students. Your presence made a positive impact on our community.
26 days ago, Web Admin
Image: A bustling outdoor school event with students and adults gathering around tables covered in pink cloths with empty doughnut boxes, indicating a recently held sale or giveaway. A person in a bear costume adds a playful atmosphere, while murals on the school walls depict colorful, child-like art.
Image: This is a lively scene at a school courtyard with students, faculty, and police officers mingling during what appears to be a community event. The focus is on tables with pink tablecloths and boxes, some with doughnuts, indicating a food distribution or sale.
Image: A dynamic and crowded schoolyard event under clear skies, with students and adults interacting around tables with pink tablecloths and doughnut boxes. There's a casual, friendly vibe, with school murals in the background.
Image: Close-up view of police officers, including the chief, engaging with the community at a school event. They stand behind tables with pink cloths, with empty boxes and a few remaining doughnuts, suggesting the tail end of a successful event.
Image: A close-up perspective of a school event from behind a table covered in pink, showcasing doughnut boxes, with students and police officers selecting treats. The sun casts long shadows, indicating either early morning or late afternoon.
GRIZZ SPORTS Boys Basketball Tuesday @ Henley. JV 5:30. V 7:00 friday vs Churchill, JV2 4:00. JV 5:30. V 7:00 Saturday vs North Medford, JV2 12:00. JV 1:30 Girls Basketball Friday @ Churchill. V 5:30 Wrestling C Saturday @ Rogue Valley Championship. 8:00 Swim Saturday vs multiple schools, Rogue X. 10:00
about 1 month ago, Grizwold
GRIZZ SPORTS Boys Basketball Tuesday @ Henley. JV 5:30. V 7:00 friday vs Churchill, JV2 4:00. JV 5:30. V 7:00 Saturday vs North Medford, JV2 12:00. JV 1:30 Girls Basketball Friday @ Churchill. V 5:30 Wrestling C Saturday @ Rogue Valley Championship. 8:00 Swim Saturday vs multiple schools, Rogue X. 10:00
For finals week and the finals grading period, we have disabled PowerSchool for student viewing of grades. Students will need to connect with teachers directly about their grade until it is re-opened.
about 1 month ago, Grizwold
For finals week and the finals grading period, we have disabled PowerSchool for student viewing of grades. Students will need to  connect with teachers directly about their grade until it is re-opened.
Grizz Sports update for the week of January 16
about 1 month ago, Grizwold
Grizz Sports update for week of 1/16