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by Ms. Johanna Stroman Published 1 year ago Updated 6 months ago
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How do I access the Granite School District portal?

(You can also find a link to the Portal in the sidebar of every school web site and on the front page of the Granite School District web site.) When you log in to the Portal, you will first encounter a Home dashboard which includes a few Defaulttiles, a list of your Recenttiles, and Favorites.

What information does the granite portal provide?

The Granite Portal: The portal shows you information about all of your students such as current schedules, Grades, Attendance, Graduation Requirements, Test scores, fees, lunch balance and more. It also gives you some basic information about the schools your students attend.

Is there school in the Granite School District on Thanksgiving?

Granite School District – From here, anything's possible. Happy Thanksgiving! – No School Nov. 24 – 29 If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device. An error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later. Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.

How long has Granite School been in existence?

Read about Granite School District’s rich history, which spans more than 110 years. Here you can view historical school photos and learn about events and leadership that made Granite what it is today.

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Granite Teachers Earn Top Awards from Science Association

Candace CollinsEmily LehnardtDeb SmithHanna Hard The Utah Science Teacher Association recently distributed their annual teaching awards, and four Granite educators were among those to claim top ...

November 2021 Board Report

Administration Reports Don Adams, assistant superintendent of Support Services, and Justin Naegle, director of Architecture and Construction, presented an update on construction projects in Granite ...

What is a School Psychologist?

School psychologists fill an important role for students and families, working as advocates, problem-solvers and agents for positive change. Simply put, school psychologists are highly qualified ...

Nominate an Outstanding Educator for the Excel Award

Every year, Granite Education Foundation joins with community partners to give nine teachers and one school administrator the Excel Award - the top honor for Granite School District educators. ...

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What is the Granite Portal?

The Granite Portal: The portal shows you information about all of your students such as current schedules, Grades, Attendance, Graduation Requirements, Test scores, fees, lunch balance and more. It also gives you some basic information about the schools your students attend. It also is gateway to other applications such as Pay Pams, Grade book, and your students schools Web Stores. The portal is designed to be a single location for you to get to all the information you may need. You will be prompted for your username and password the first time you access Pay Pams or the Web Store through the portal. The password for those applications is then stored in a lockbox for ease of application access in the future.

How to create a parent portal for a school?

1. Go to: https://portal.graniteschools.org. 2. Click on Gradebook/Parent Portal Registration. 3. Read the Information and click “ Register in the Parent Portal ”. 4. Fill in the information needed in the fields marked with an Asterisk *, then click “ Create Account .”. 5.

Literacy Resources

Clifford Interactive Storybooks (K-1) – Early readers practice important phonemic awareness and phonics skills as they listen to words read aloud and select which words to include in their Clifford Interactive Storybooks. Skills: phonemic awareness, consonant sound-spellings, common sort and long sound-spellings, and high-frequency words.

Social Studies Resources

PBS Learning Media (PreK-12) A collection of standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more. You can search by topic, they even have a collection of Ken Burns documentaries.

Performing & Visual Art Resources

Exploratorium (K-12) – The Exploratorium isn’t just a museum; it’s an ongoing exploration of science, art, and human perception. Explore our vast collection of online experiences to feed your curiosity and education resources supporting online teaching and learning.

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