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Galion Middle School

Welcome to Galion Middle School!

 

Principal's Message

2017-18 School Year

Dear Galion Community,

We are honored to have the opportunity to work with our students at Galion Middle School.  Our focus at GMS is to prepare our students for success at the high school level and in their chosen career path.  We strive to provide our students high quality instruction, leadership, positive role models, and a wide range of educational experiences.

As we enter the 2017-18 school year, the staff at GMS will encourage our students to excel in all phases of their lives.  We are excited for the educational opportunities be provided to our young people at the middle school.  In addition to a strong academic curriculum, students will be taking part in the LEAD program and STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) courses. These courses have been designed to further prepare and develop students for their future careers and to give back to their community.  Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or concerns at any point during the year.

 

Mr. Joe Morabito,
Galion Middle School Principal

 

 

 

1to1program

Engaging life-long learners through technology

The Galion City School District is proud to be the first 1:1 technology-driven district in Crawford County. Students in grades 3-12 are able to utilize personal issued Apple devices to enhance the classroom learning experience and prepare them for life-long learning beyond the traditional school setting.

 

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