GSD Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year
The MS Dept. Of Education is allowing a residency proof waiver for the 2021-2022 school year. (This Does Not Appy to Parent/Guardians that used an Affidavit last year.)
If your address is the same as last year:
• Complete the residency waiver form found in registration
• Complete a waiver form for each student
• Go to the ActiveParent Website (ms2220.activeparent.net)
• Click the Registration Icon in the Top Right
• Choose your student > Link to the waiver will be below
• Click the link for your student's grade
• Complete Form
If your address has changed or you registered with an affidavit last year:
• Complete registration as normal.
• Please go to grenadak12.com for instructions
According to Gov. Tate Reeves, teachers and first responders can call 877-978-6453 or go to covidvaccine.umc.edu to make an appointment for vaccinations beginning March 1, 2021.
COVID Related Quarantines and School Closings
Under guidance from State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs, Gov. Tate Reeves' new order requires face coverings to be worn inside of school buildings and
classrooms. The new order lifts capacity restrictions for indoor and outdoor
Starting today, the Grenada School District will lift many of our indoor and outdoor capacity restrictions.
Everyone will be required to wear a mask while attending GSD indoor activities; however, wearing a mask during outdoor activities will not be required but is
The 2021 Grenada High School Graduation will resume, as normal, with no
restrictions on capacity.
In the event that an excessive number of COVID cases occur in the community or inclement weather, parents and students need to be prepared for possible virtual or distance learning day(s). Parents need to be proactive by making arrangements for their children.
If changes occur regarding the information provided above, communication will take place through Automated Calls, GSD Facebook, and/or GSD website.
GMS tennis tryouts will be on Tuesday, the 11th immediately after school dismisses.
GES 21st Century Classes Debut
Students in Pre-K through fifth grade are enjoying after-school skills and tutoring classes as part of the extended 21st Century Community Learning Center grant at GSD. At the Red Top, students participated in Melanie Williams’ STEAM class, using rainbows as inspiration for building bridges out of Legos
GHS Band’s World-Class Soloist
One of Grenada Band’s senior trombonists earned distinction in a worldwide solo and ensemble competition through Winter Guard International (WGI). The annual WGI World competition is a prestigious event that brings together the best high school band musicians and color guard performers in the country.
Virtual Careers and Counseling at GMS
Counselors at GMS adapted the traditional career fair to an online, pandemic-safe Virtual Career Exploration. More than 30 professionals volunteered their time to submit videos to let GMS students know more about their careers. Participants included (l to r) Olivia Goode, an occupational therapist; Davis Byrd, a field engineer for a construction firm in Florida; Charlie Worsham, a singer-sonwriter in Nashville; Courtney Gates, a script supervisor on movie sets; Krispin Watson, a real estate agent in Alabama; Benji Britt, security director for Grenada School District; and Jason Anderson, a quality control manager at Modine Manufacturing.
Stir-frying in the Classroom at GCTC
Students in Lisa Holland’s Culinary Arts class at Grenada Career and Technical Center learn different cuisines and cooking techniques. “The students have been working hard on learning skills in the classroom before coming into the kitchen to put those skills to work,” said Holland. The GCTC’s state-of-the- art classroom kitchen is designed to restaurant standards with professional appliances and work stations.