GGUSD students from Santiago High School recently participated in “Parachutes for the Planet,” a national movement that invites students to come together and use their artistic talents to express concern for protecting our natural environment.
Lake Intermediate School eighth grade graduate Destinee Mayares is not only a top scholar and straight-A student, she is also a talented dancer currently competing on NBC’s hit dance competition series, World of Dance.
The Garden Grove Unified School District Board of Education extends its heartfelt congratulations the Class of 2018 valedictorians and salutatorians on their impressive academic and personal achievements.
GGUSD Vietnamese language teacher Phuong Thao Dinh of McGarvin Intermediate School has received a grant from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board to teach abroad in Vietnam during the summer.
Twenty pieces of artwork from eighteen GGUSD students in transitional kindergarten through twelfth grade was requested by the Sister City Association of Garden Grove to be displayed in its sister city, Anyang, Republic of South Korea for the summer.
Sixth grade students from Murdy Elementary School concluded a yearlong study about the power of gratitude with a special celebration May 31 that honored a group of heroes who have overcome life’s greatest challenges.