• September is Attendance Awareness Month


    While September is Attendance Awareness Month, our district's pledge is to create a culture of attendance every day, every month.  We know that achievement and student success in inextricably linked to attendance.  The leadership and staff at Gridley Unified School District are dedicated to ongoing communication, support, and encouragement around the importance of showing up.


    The most important thing we can do for our children to be successful in life is to get them to school every day and on time.  Here's why:

    • In the elementary years, children who miss school are more likely to struggle academicaly and in later years, to dropout entirely
    • In the secondary years, attendance is the No. 1 predictor of dropout and graduation rates
    • Attendance is a top indicator of being on track for graduation and for college and career readiness
    • Nearly 67% of course failures were attributed to attendance


    Every year, thanks to our partnerships, we strive for continuous attendance improvements. With you on our team, we are recovering valuable learning time for our students. Thank you for your dedication all year long—together we are making a difference!


    Jordan Reeves, Superintendent


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    Gold Ribbon Award

    Announced as a GOLD RIBBON SCHOOL!

    California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced Gridley High School as one of the 275 middle schools and high schools, being honored under the Gold Ribbon Schools Awards Program.



     2016 Honor Roll



    Recognized as a

    STAR HONOR ROLL SCHOOLS - California high poverty, high performing, achievement gap closing schools.




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District Announcements

  • Gridley School Wellness Policy


    We are in the process of updating our District Wellness Policy.

    We would like to put together a group of parents, students, teachers of physical education, school health professionals, school board member, school administrators and members of the public.

    This wellness council would revamp the current Policy for the School Board to approve. 

    The wellness council would also develop goals for nutrition promotion and education, physical activity, and other school-based activities that promote student wellness recommendations for the School Board to adopt.

    If you would be interested becoming part of the Wellness Council contact Scott McMillan at

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  • Norovirus  information from Butte County Public Health Department.

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  • Norovirus - Prevention Information

    School Flyer

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