Galion Middle School

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Principal's Message

2017-18 School Year

Dear Galion Community,

Welcome back for the second-half of the year.  We are excited to have our students back for an exciting second semester.  Each day, Galion Middle School continues to strive to provide our students with high quality instruction, leadership opportunities, positive role models, and a wide range of educational experiences.

As we enter the 2018, we are excited to continue on our academic course, building leadership capacity and character through our LEAD program, opening our students to problem solving challenges of today’s world through STEM programming, and providing a variety of experiences through our middle school to build a strong and well-rounded foundation for our students.  Students are beginning their new semester with three new classes taking part in their school day.  

Our students in sixth grade will be taking part in the Mohican Outdoor School experience from May 23-25.  The eighth grade students will be traveling to Washington D.C. from May 21-23.  The staff at Galion Middle School are honored to be part of your child’s educational experience.

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

 

 

 

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