Garden Grove Unified School District

News and Announcements

GGUSD Board of Education Recognizes Coaches and Athletes of Character

During its January 17 meeting, the Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) Board of Education recognized Athletes and Coaches of Character from each of the district’s seven comprehensive high schools. The coaches and student athletes represent a wide variety of sports and help develop and enrich GGUSD athletic programs by modeling respect, teamwork, and a winning attitude.
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Garden Grove Unified School District Hosts Career Fair for Students and Parents

Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) students and their parents are invited to the district’s annual Career Fair on Monday, January 23, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., in the Bolsa Grande High School gymnasium, 9401 Westminster Ave., Garden Grove.  At this free event, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with a variety of business and industry professionals about their careers and learn about Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at GGUSD through student presentations and interactive activities.
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Public Hearing for Easement at Pacifica High School

In accordance with Education Code section 17558, the Governing Board ("Board") of the Garden Grove Unified School District ("District") will hold a public hearing to determine if it is in the best interest of the District to adopt the Resolution to Dedicate an Easement for a portion of Pacifica High School along Knott Street to the City of Garden Grove for right turn pocket improvements.
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Garden Grove Partnering with Garden Grove Unified School District in Grant Application

Notice: Garden Grove Unified School District and Boys & Girls Clubs of Garden Grove intend to jointly apply for 21st Century Community Learning Center funding for fourteen elementary and intermediate schools: Bryant, Irvine, Lake, Russell, Warren, Fitz, Clinton, Simmons, Excelsior, Alamitos, Faylane, Jordan, Woodbury, and Peters. This funding would expand the current After School Education and Safety (ASES) programs located on each of these campuses. If you are interested in participating in the planning process, please contact Lorena Sánchez, (714) 663-6143
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