Green Canyon High School

2960 North Wolfpack Way, North Logan, UT 84341 (435) 792-9300

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT GREEN CANYON HIGH SCHOOL?

  •  Green Canyon Gives Back Flyer

    Green Canyon Gives Back

    Family and Community Event
    Booth Reservation
    Monday May 4th

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  • PACK Pantry

    PACK Pantry

    At Green Canyon we strive to provide a healthy, safe learning environment for all-- the PACK pantry will serve students who may be lacking some of the basic needs at home. The PACK Pantry will be a place where students in need can come to get school supplies, hygiene kits/feminine hygiene products, and food. If you are a student who is in need please come see your assigned counselor.

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  • Students of the Month

    Students of the Month

    Congrats to the GCHS Students of the Month. Click to see who these great students are!

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  • WolfPACK Academy

    WolfPACK Academy

    “The BEST Way to do High School!”

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WHAT'S HAPPENING AROUND THE DISTRICT?

  •  Jill Hyer

    Employee Spotlight: Wellsville Elementary's secretary, Jill Hyer

    Where would we be without our school secretaries? They care for our students, keep things running smoothly, and support all of the staff members in the school. Here's a spotlight on Jill Hyer, the secretary at Wellsville Elementary who has been described as "the glue" that holds the school together.

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  •  Sterling Scholar logo

    Sterling Scholar candidates announced for CCSD High Schools

    Cache County School District’s high schools have selected their 2019-2020 Sterling Scholar candidates. According to the Sterling Scholar website, “a Sterling Scholar is a high school senior who is publicly recognized and awarded for their pursuit of excellence in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship in the state of Utah.” Congratulations and best wishes to all the candidates!

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  • A sign for Cache High's Multicultural Night

    Cache High School Multicultural Night celebrates diversity, raises awareness of opportunities

    On Friday, December 6th, Cache High School held its first annual Multicultural Night. This event was organized with the intent to celebrate the diversity of Cache High students, encourage parental involvement, and to help raise awareness of scholarship opportunities for multicultural youth.

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  •  Principal Alden Jack and students work on the Arts Access project

    Arts Access project at North Park Elementary promotes creativity for all

    On Thursday, November 21st, students and teachers at North Park Elementary School celebrated the culminating event of the school's Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Access project as a student-made sculpture was hung in the library, showcasing hours of hard work and creativity. The mission of the Arts Access program is to bring art education to all students, including those with disabilities. For each project, extra measures are taken to reach out and involve students with disabilities in the art-making process.

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