Grayville CUSD #1 believes that sportsmanship is a core value and its promotion and practice are essential. One of the missions of co-curricular school activities is to serve as an extension of the classroom. There are strong lessons to be learned in athletics. One of those lessons is to set and maintain high standards of sportsmanship, ethics, and integrity in our schools and our society. It is up to staff, parents and community members to provide the direction and constant vigilance under which good sportsmanship can prosper and have a positive impact on our children, the leaders of tomorrow, and ourselves.
See athletic schedules and rosters on our digital sports page using the following link: LeagueMinder
Music is a natural form of expression in the development of children and should be an integral part of the school curriculum from preschool throughout high school. The music program has aesthetic, creative, cultural, and academic values that complete and further the educational and social values of a quality education. The school is responsible for helping all children understand and enjoy music. It should assist in discovering and nurturing musical talent. Every child should have the opportunity to develop their potentiality for musical expression through exploration, experimentation, exposure, and enrichment.
Imagination, observation, and creativity are all important skills for life. It is the goal of the Visual Arts Department to help each student to learn to appreciate and enjoy the Visual Arts and to give them plenty of opportunities to practice these skills.
At Grayville Jr./Sr. High School we offer Jr. High Art, Intro to Art, Art 1, 2, & 3, Animation, Photography & Video classes.
DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS:
Larceny and Old Lace
April 3 - 7:00pm
April 4 - 1:00pm
The performing arts provide an excellent outlet for students who enjoy expressing themselves through action. Drama also allows students to come out of their shells and to step out of their comfort zones, which benefits them in many facets of life outside of school. There are many jobs to be done from students acting in the drama itself to others who help by setting up/tearing down the set, operating the lights/sounds, putting on make-up and fixing hair on the nights of the performances and many, many more. The school play will take place in the spring, usually in late February or early March, and all high school students are welcome to audition.