To request an absence to attend or participate in an educational activity, please complete this application and submit it to your school principal at least five (5) days prior to the absence. An absence requested by this signed application and approved will count your child as present in school. The major intent of the activity must be educational (like a field trip) and an extension of their studies in order for the student to be granted this type of absence.
Student Discipline Code (Rev. 071222)
Voluntary Student Accident Medical Coverage is available through K&K Insurance.
Enrollment can also be completed online at studentinsurance-kk.com.
DRUG FREE - THE WAY TO BE
On the street, or over-the-counter - learn how to talk with your child with these resources from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
Additional resources on Teen Drug Abuse, along with a confidential phone line or chat option are also available through the Rehab Spot website.
S.T.O.P TIPLINE PROVIDES ANONYMOUS REPORTING
Grayson County Schools provides the Safety Tipline, Online Prevention or S.T.O.P Tipline through the Kentucky Center for School Safety. This resource is designed for use as an "online" reporting/prevention tool. If students, parents or community members know of an unsafe situation in school (bullying, weapons, drugs or alcohol, etc.), they can anonymously pass on that information to school personnel by using this basic email format.
DELL MEMBER PURCHASE PLAN
Open to all Grayson County Schools staff, students and families, this program provides exceptional everyday prices on PCs, tablets, electronics and accessories. In addition, they also offer special pricing on select products for back-to-school, graduation, and more. Promotional offers only available online at: www.dell.com/mpp/GraysonCSD.
FOSTER'S PROPANE SCHOOL DAYS PROGRAM
Take advantage of the School Days program and help your child’s school earn up to $2,000. Check with your school to see if they are participating, then save your original propane receipts to turn in. Check with family and friends to donate their receipts, as well. For every gallon shown on each receipt, your school can earn $.02. It may not seem like a lot, but can add up very quickly – up to $2,000.