News & Announcements

TestUtah January 4-5th

On Monday, Jan 4 from 8-3 pm and Tuesday, Jan 5 from 12-7 pm the Utah Department of Health is offering free COVID-19 rapid antigen testing in Moab. Results will be available within 30-60 minutes. Anyone can get tested at these free testing clinics, even with no symptoms of COVID-19. You may register online for an appointment time at
You may also register onsite. We encourage anyone who might have any symptoms, even mild ones, to come and get tested.
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TestUtah December 17-18th

TestUtah will be at the health department (575 Kane Creek Blvd) Thursday and Friday December 17-18 from 8-4 p.m. Registration is now available online, and there are appointment times open. The appointment times did not open up on the site until yesterday and the address is now correct on the site.

TestUtah will be using the rapid antigen tests vs the PCR used by the hospital. Test results will be available in 15 minutes. These are the same tests used by the health department and the athletic testing program.

There is no charge, and you do not need to have symptoms or a covid contact to qualify for a test. This is open to the entire community, so spread the word to family and friends. Go to:, click "Start", answer the survey and make an appointment today.
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Happy Thanksgiving from GCSD

GCSD wishes you and your family a restful Thanksgiving break. We are sincerely grateful for all of your support this year. Our schools will be closed November 23-27. Classes resume on November 30th.
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Governor Gary Herbert announces statewide health order

As you may be aware, yesterday Governor Gary Herbert issued a new statewide health order. Grand County School District will follow this order. So, for the next two weeks, until November 23, no extracurricular activities will be allowed. This includes high school and middle school athletics and activities, BEACON, and mentoring. No practices or competitions of any kind will be held. If a student wants to exercise independently not using school facilities, he/she may do so. GCSD staff is hopeful that this two week shut down will help in decreasing the statewide escalation of COVID-19 cases. Group meetings may occur virtually via Zoom or another platform, but can only be meetings (not practices or competitions). Thanks in advance for your support. We know that as a community we can do anything we strive to achieve if we do it together.
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Last week to apply! - Free & Reduced Lunch Application

Reminder, this is the last week to fill out an application for free and reduced lunches if you haven't already done so. Please fill out an application even if you don't think you'll qualify. GCSD depends on federal funding that we receive when people qualify for free and reduced lunches (and breakfasts). The higher the percentage of people who qualify, the higher amount of funding we receive. This funding is used to help pay for all of the intervention programs that are available at HMK. This funding is how we are qualified as a Title I school-wide school. This funding allows us to provide enrichment programs for our students as well. Please take a moment and fill out the application. Thanks so much!
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COVID-19 Update

In an effort to keep the community informed, GCSD is letting you know that yesterday we were informed that one high school student tested positive for COVID-19.  That student has been quarantined and has been cleared to return to school.  Also, one HMK student tested positive.  That student has also been quarantined and has been cleared to return to school. Finally, one HMK staff member tested positive (the student and teacher are in different grade levels and different classes) and is currently quarantined.  In every case, the parents of each student in the impacted classes has been notified.  The buildings have been thoroughly sanitized and classes are continuing.  GCSD appreciates the efforts of all students, staff and parents to wear masks.  Please continue wearing masks, particularly at extra-curricular activities.  We know wearing masks makes a huge difference and the adults in the Moab community set the example for our students.
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