Grants Pass Flexible Learning EXperience (GPFLEX) is an exciting educational opportunity for 6-12 grade students and their families looking for an alternative to the traditional brick-and-mortar school. As our name suggests, GPFLEX allows students to work fully online, have a hybrid schedule with some in-person and some online courses and can serve as a bridge to other educational opportunities for a diverse array of students.
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We have already reached the end of the first quarter! Our middle school students are getting their first quarter grades and our high school students are getting progress reports as they are half-way through their semester.
I encourage all of our students to keep up the hard work in their classes and to reach out to their teachers for help whenever they need it.
This is a very exciting time for GPFLEX.Our enrollment continues to grow as we are welcoming new students and their families into the GPFLEX family. With that growing enrollment, we are also able to welcome math teacher Scott Burns to the GPFLEX team on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.
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Congratulations to our six student artists whose designs won this year's Holiday Card Contest!
18 card variety packs are available for purchase locally. Click in for details.
We are now a few days into the 2023/24 school year, and I trust everyone is off to a great start.
This is a very busy time of year but also an exciting one. We have several events coming up that I want to share with you. Click in to learn more.
I am very excited for the start of the 2023/24 school year and the amazing opportunities that it will bring!
We are starting the school year in our same offices and classroom space on the Gladiola Campus but we are going to have our own campus later this fall directly across the street from the Grants Pass School District Office right next to GPHS!
The Grants Pass School District 7 Board of Directors has approved a debt restructuring plan that aims to address safety and facility needs across the district.
The $12 million generated from the restructuring will be used to make necessary upgrades across the district, with a focus on improving the safety and functionality of school buildings.