Wrestlers came back from an unexpected break Tuesday following a nearly week-long quarantine that caused postponement of a dual meet and meant foregoing a tournament after a bacterial infection was discovered at the high school. Several sports events were initially postponed for 24 hours, including girls and boys basketball and even bowling, following the Jan. […]
With the discovery of a Granville wrestler with methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, health and school officials are reminding students that a few simple tasks can prevent the infection. The bacteria that cause MRSA are fairly common, but should not be a source for concern if basic precautions are taken, Granville school district physician Dr. Carl Beckler […]
Error traced to former business manager An error in the mechanism for reporting student attendance numbers to the state is the source for the $1.4 million surprise Granville school officials found when they prepared to pay for the $18.3 million EXCEL aid building project, district officials said. Officials said incorrect attendance numbers inserted into the […]
Granville School District residents will be picking up the tab on a $1.4 million clerical error relating to the funding of the current building project, the Sentinel learned Tuesday afternoon. When Granville School District officials pitched the EXCEL aid project to the voters in 2006, they said its tax impact amounted to nothing, nada, zero. […]
Gym floor damaged, school seeks answers In a time of tight school budgets with no funds to spare, officials got a nasty and potentially costly surprise last week when they discovered a portion of the gym floor at Granville Jr./Sr. High School had swelled out of place. The swelling, forming a “bubble” near the outside […]
Federal funds might help Recent developments in Washington could bring a financial boost to school districts across New York state, but it remains too early to see what help could come Granville’s way, school officials said.
The class of 2010 and the community will be watching the skies Friday as the graduation ceremony has once again been slated for the lawn of the Granville Jr./Sr. High School. The ceremony starts at 6:30 p.m. regardless of the location.
Although the movie was about a fictional disease spread by a monkey, the opening scene from the 1995 film “Outbreak” shows how illness can spread among members of the public. In a darkened movie theater with only the screen harshly illuminating the people inside, a single person sneezes. The spray and droplets fly several feet […]