News & Information

The mission of the Granite Falls School District is to inspire and facilitate a passion for life-long learning and the pursuit of excellence in every student, every day.


Summer Lunch – Starting on June 14th and running through August 19th from 12pm to 1pm (closed on July 4th) the Summer Food Service Program will serve FREE meals to kids and teens, 18 years and younger at the Granite Falls Middle School Cafeteria. For more information contact Viki Perrault at 360.283.4310 or Tammi Sawyer at 360.283.4387.

Reading Corps Positions (Full Time) – Are you looking for a full time job working in Granite Falls? Perhaps you enjoy The Washington Reading Corps has full time positions available at both Mountain Way AND Monte Cristo! These positions are focused on improving the literacy of children in our community, directly in collaboration with the school district. For more information and to apply, visit the following links: MWE Application and MCE Application.

HS Girls 800 Meter Relay Win 1st Place @ State
We have results from the GFHS Track athletes at state over Memorial Day weekend.. And the 4 x 200 Meter Relay team (Cassidy Collinge, Samantha Leitzke, Alexis Rackley, Dayana Diaz, and alternate Brittany Mayer) took FIRST PLACE with a time of 1:45.38! Way to go, GFHS Track & Field! Other place holders include: Dante Gadbois: 4th place in the 40; Dayana Diaz: 6th place in 300 hurdles; Kelsey Bassett: 6th place in the pole vault; Hayley Hansen: 11th place in shot put.


Success in Education – The Granite Falls School District has announced its fourth quarter ‘Success in Education’ award winners! Congratulations to Student Winners! The recipients from Granite Falls High School are Mandalynn Scheffler, Brittany Mayer, Wyatt Long, and Shawn Fuller. The Middle School has nominated Kiana Marchman-Ronne, Taylor McCaughan-Schireman, and Carissa Cole as their ‘Success in Education’ recipients. The students recognized from Monte Cristo Elementary are Dylan Klepper and Alanon Brown. Mountain Way Elementary will be recognizing Tayler Soto and Albert Cubias. The award represents students that show an understanding of the importance of education and provide a committed and excellent service to other students, staff members, or the community. Candidates were nominated by staff and selected by the School Administrative team.

In addition to students, two staff members will also be recognized for their commitment, dedication, and service to the Granite Falls School District. The Staff Success in Education winners are Nancie Wilder and Trevor Williams.

We are very proud of our students and staff!


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