New COVID Return to School Guidance Oct.21, 2021--> https://5il.co/10tyk
1 day ago, Robert Holloway
New COVID Return to School Guidance Oct.21, 2021
Reminder, Wednesday, October 20th and Wednesday October 27th , 2021 is a 2:00 dismissal for Parent Teacher Conferences.
8 days ago, Magan Lydick
Parent Teacher Conference
The Marching Hawks performed at Carmi Corn Days!
13 days ago, Judy Kaegi
marching Hawks
FAFSA night is happening tonight and tomorrow night- 3:30- 7 We still have a few openings tonight if anyone is interested, we also have openings tomorrow night. Call 618-272-5141 ext. 1240 or email dcruson@gallatincusd7.com
18 days ago, Dave Cruson
Just a reminder to 12th graders and parents of 12th grade students- FAFSA completion nights are tomorrow and Wednesday from 3:30 until 7. You will need to make an appointment and time slots are still open. Appointments for both days can still be made by contacting Mr. Cruson at the school 618-272-5141 or by email- dcruson@gallatincusd7.com 2020 tax returns are used for FAFSA completion and both parents and students must apply to get a PIN number to complete the forms- FAFSA ID- to obtain your ID go to: www.StudentAid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch
19 days ago, Dave Cruson
Just a piece of information, for those 12th grade students working on their FAFSA- you will need your parents 2020 tax returns when working on the financial portion of that information (Not 2019 forms) If you are not coming in on the financial aid completion nights and opting to do it on your own, please make sure you are working on the correct FAFSA year (22-23) not the (21-22) form.
20 days ago, Dave Cruson
12th grade students and parents/guardians- Don't forget to contact Mr. Cruson at the school to get an appointment to get the FAFSA completed. Spots are still available Oct. 5th & 6th 3:30-7pm contact Mr. Cruson 618-272-5141 or dcruson@gallatincusd7.com
20 days ago, Dave Cruson
12th grade students and parents/guardians- Don't forget to contact Mr. Cruson at the school to get an appointment to get the FAFSA completed. Spots are still available Oct. 5th & 6th 3:30-7pm contact Mr. Cruson 618-272-5141 or dcruson@gallatincusd7.com
21 days ago, Dave Cruson
12th grade students and parents/guardians- Don't forget to contact Mr. Cruson at the school to get an appointment to get the FAFSA completed. Spots are still available Oct. 5th & 6th 3:30-7pm contact Mr. Cruson 618-272-5141 or dcruson@gallatincusd7.com
22 days ago, Dave Cruson
Just a piece of information, for those 12th grade students working on their FAFSA- you will need your parents 2020 tax returns when working on the financial portion of that information (Not 2019 forms) If you are not coming in on the financial aid completion nights and opting to do it on your own, please make sure you are working on the correct FAFSA year (22-23) not the (21-22) form.
22 days ago, Dave Cruson
12th grade students and parents/guardians- Don't forget to contact Mr. Cruson at the school to get an appointment to get the FAFSA completed. Spots are still available Oct. 5th & 6th 3:30-7pm contact Mr. Cruson 618-272-5141 or dcruson@gallatincusd7.com
23 days ago, Dave Cruson
Just a reminder- FAFSA completion nights are October 5th & 6th. SIC will have financial aid department here to help parents & students complete the FAFSA. Appointments need to be made to be here- contact Mr. Cruson at the school 618-272-5141 or dcruson@gallatincusd7.com It is highly recommended that you come on these nights and get your FAFSA finished, remember it is a graduation requirement.
24 days ago, Dave Cruson
Parents & Students October 1st is approaching and with that, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be opening for completion. The FAFSA is the documention that provides your student with the means to obtain financial aid for college. In addition it is required in the state of Illinois as a graduation requirement. There are some documents that you need in order to complete the FAFSA, you will also need a PIN- ID number that both you and your student will need to get before you can complete your FAFSA. This year we are fortunate that the financial aid department from SIC will be available to assist the completion of the FAFSA at our high school. On October 5th & 6th from 3:30 until 7:30 SIC will be in the high school library computer lab to assist with the FAFSA. I would highly recommend being here on one of those evenings, to complete FAFSA. Due to social distancing, an appointment must be made to be here on one of those evenings as to limit the number of people we have in the building. We will not be accepting walk ins. PIN INFORMATION: Parent/Guardians & Students will both first need a FAFSA ID- to obtain your ID go to: www.StudentAid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch Please call or email Mr. Cruson at the high school to set up an appointment time. 618-272-5141 ext. 1240 Or dcruson@gallatincusd7.com thank you Mr. Cruson
26 days ago, Dave Cruson
Picture day, for all wings, will be Thursday, Sept. 16th. There will not be order forms prior to picture day. You will receive your student's proofs and an online code to purchase pictures. If you have any questions regarding ordering contact Iconik Studio at 618-842-9542.
about 1 month ago, Magan Lydick
Picture Day 9/16/2021
Jr High and High School- Fall Sports Pictures will be taken Thursday, September 16th. Remember your uniforms for picture day! Jr. High - Cross Country, Softball and Baseball High School- Volleyball, Cross Country, and Golf.
about 1 month ago, Magan Lydick
Fall Sports Pictures
Seniors and Parents of Seniors - On October 1st the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will open. Here are a few points that are important to remember regarding the FAFSA and the financial aid process. 1. IT IS A GRADUATION REQUIREMENT IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. – The state requires that all 12th grade students complete a FAFSA in order to meet a requirement for graduation 2. Most colleges and universities require a FAFSA to be filed as a condition of acceptance to the school and can have impact upon on scholarships that the school may provide. 3. The process for filing is much simpler, than most people fear. 4. What if you don’t plan on going to college? Filing a FAFSA does not mean you have to go to college, so it will not hurt to file. However, if you do not file a FAFSA, there is a FAFSA Non-Participation form that must be filled out and placed on file at the school in order for you to meet your graduation requirements. In order to file your FAFSA, you and your Parent/Guardians will both first need and FAFSA ID- to obtain your ID go to: www.StudentAid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch Once you have your ID, you can go to the FAFSA – which is located at: www.fafsa.gov The completion of the FAFSA is what is used to determine how much financial aid you will be eligible to receive next year in college. The FAFSA must be completed each year you are in college. (A tip) Some of the financial aid benefits are also based on timing; meaning the sooner you complete your FAFSA, you could be eligible for more benefits as some grant money is assigned to those that get their forms in the quickest. I have included a short (25min) video from our local Illinois Student Assistance Commission representative regarding the financial aid process- it is worth the look for you and your parents, as it answers many questions. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d9Yp697odN0sgAWfcrxqNFQUVdnezcze/view?usp=sharing
about 2 months ago, Dave Cruson
School Registered Nurse Vacancy Notice 2021-2022 ---> https://5il.co/y7qh
about 2 months ago, Robert Holloway
Job Opening RN
Aide for Nurse's Station Vacancy Notice 2021-2022 ---> https://5il.co/y7qg
about 2 months ago, Robert Holloway
Job Opening Nurse's Aide
Gallatin County School Welcomes More New Staff Members! -->https://5il.co/xoii
2 months ago, Robert Holloway
New Staff Introduction
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Gallatin County School Welcomes New Staff Members! -->https://5il.co/xoih
2 months ago, Robert Holloway
New Staff Introduction
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