Grossman said that when he came on board a year ago, he gave the board a card and a M&M candy stating it would be a “Magical and Memorable” year, which it certainly was. This year, he gave the board a 100 Grand Bar candy bar and thanked board members for their hard work over the past year.
The Community Scholarship Association of Granby (CSAG) offers annual scholarships to graduating Granby Memorial High School seniors. Applicants must be Granby residents who are soon-to-be graduates that have been accepted at an institution of higher learning approved by the selection committee.
February was an exciting month for the Granby Public Schools! I cannot believe that half of the school year is complete. Our students and staff are excelling in all areas of our incredible school district.
Grossman thanked the public in-person and on-line for attending the meeting tonight and said a special welcome to Mindy Shilansky and a student representative who are here to present for Schools in the Spotlight tonight.
Two industrious GHMS seniors did not let the pandemic put a damper on the fall and winter sport seasons. Recognizing the need for parents, families and students to feel connected to the various sporting events during a season with limited spectatorship, Nick Boyd and Owen Danke took matters into their own hands.