Jingle Bell Fun Run Join us for a FREE Jingle Bell fun run! WHO: GHS Class of 2024 is working the run. WHAT: Run the Chamber Parade route with your Jingle Bells! The roads will be closed off for the runners, it’s just under a mile. WHEN: Thursday, December 3rd Before the Chamber Parade Pick up Bells at 6:00 p.m. Race starts at 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Meet at the corner of Oak and 4th Streets, we will have a table there to pick up bells and pre-ordered t-shirts. WHY: To get in the Christmas spirit! We will ring in the Christmas season with our bells as we run, we provide the bells. Wear your Santa Hats, Reindeer Antlers, Crazy Socks, or Ugly Sweaters, and don’t forget your tennis shoes… Donations the night of the race will benefit the Class of 2024 prom fund. Long-sleeved T-shirts for the event are available pre-sale, order at: Classof2024jinglebellrun.itemorder.com
Below is the link for the Friday, November 20 Area Playoff between Graham and Perryton. Graham is the home team. All tickets at $8.00 each. https://www.frenship.net/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=2034011&type=d&pREC_ID=2110076
You are invited to join the send-off for the Lady Blues this afternoon at 4:00 pm. The team will depart from the front of the GHS gym to travel to Mineral Wells to play Stephenville High in the Regional Quarter-Finals.
The Lady Blues will play Krum in the Area Round of the volleyball playoffs at Jacksboro High School on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, at 6:30 pm. Tickets must be purchased online at https://www.jacksboroisd.net/domain/1343.
The Lady Blues will play Gatesville High School at 7:00 pm on Thursday, October 29 at the Weather Ninth Grade Center. 1007 South Main, Weatherford, TX. All tickets must be purchased online. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door. No passes will be accepted. The link to purchase tickets is- https://grahamisd.com/272594_2
Graham ISD Weather Delay/Closure Procedures The information contained within this document is intended to provide general information regarding the procedures that will be used by the district when making decisions to delay or close school due to inclement weather conditions. Additionally, the document provides suggested practices to help us communicate school closures and delays with our community. Sources of Information Used by the District: National Weather Service (NWS) Fort Worth Office- The district receives weather alerts via email from the NWS Fort Worth office. Additionally, the superintendent has 24/7 access to a private line with the NWS. Local News Weather Forecast Models- The district will monitor the local weather forecast models. District Personnel- It is common practice for select district employees to drive roads within the district to determine if they are safe for travel. Communication with Neighboring Districts- The superintendent and/or the maintenance/transportation director will be in communication with the administration from neighboring districts. Steps to Making a School Delay/Closure Decision: Monitor local weather using the above resources. If possible, make the delay or closure call before 9:00 p.m. 3:45 a.m. drive local roads if necessary. 4:45 a.m. conference to discuss road conditions. 5:00 a.m. - 5:15 a.m. make the decision regarding school delay or closure. Communicating School Delay/Closure: The superintendent will communicate the delay or closure to the district technology director for: Posting on Facebook. Posting on the district website. Initiating a phone call/text message to staff/parents/guardians via the Parent Square system. The superintendent will communicate the delay/closure to campus administrators. The superintendent will communicate the delay/closure to local and Wichita Falls media. We will make every effort possible to begin communicating school closures/delays by 5:45 am. How can staff, parents, and guardians assist with this process? Keep your contact information up to date. If you are not currently receiving calls and text messages from our Parent Square System, please contact the campus office. Like/follow the district Facebook page so the information will appear in your Facebook news feed. Follow the district on Twitter- @GrahamISD What time will school begin if we delay school? The district will communicate a delayed school day by stating that we will have a 2 Hour Delay. We will use this language instead of a “10:00 a.m.” start time. The 2 Hour Delay language allows for: Staff to know what time to report to their campus. Bus riders to know what time to expect the bus to arrive to pick them up.