Welcome to Grayville Community Unit School District #1’s website!  

The purpose of Grayville C.U.S.D #1 is to encourage the physical, social, emotional and academic well-being of the students in their efforts to meet state standards through the partnership of students, staff, parents and community in a supportive and caring learning environment that focuses on developing self-directed, lifelong learners, as they are evaluated as functional members of society.
 
Grayville C.U.S.D. #1, which has an annual budget of approximately $2.5 million, is vital to the area economy. The School System is one of the community’s largest employers with approximately 50 employees, each playing a vital role in providing quality education for all students.  The school system is able to offer multiple academic courses to engage and challenge students, while maintaining the flexibility to meet students’ individual needs.


Schools remain the main emphasis for many communities, ours included. There are 2 schools within the Grayville C.U.S.D. #1 Students in grades Pre-K through 5 are served at Wells Elementary School.  Students in grades 6-12 are served at the Grayville Jr./Sr. High School. Additionally, the Grayville C.U.S.D. #1 is a voting member of the Wabash and Ohio Valley Special Education Cooperative, the Ohio and Wabash Valley Regional Vocational System of White County and eligible students with special needs are able to attend Brownsville Attendance Center.  Evening and adult classes are available through a joint agreement with Frontier Community College to those wishing to advance their education.  All schools maintain high scholastic and academic standards and are accredited by The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Today’s students face a multitude of challenges.  Support must come from everyone—volunteers, businesses, families and the entire community—to assure that all students are provided with the opportunity to be well prepared to successfully enter the workforce, career/technical training, or higher education.

DISTRICT INFORMATION

Parent-Teacher Conferences

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 (3:15-7:15 PM)

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 (3:15-6:15 PM)

To request more information:


Contact the District Office

Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm

618-375-7114
semery@gcusd.com

You can also request more information with this form:

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Photos Provided by Tricia Cunningham

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