Three Great Ways to Stay Connected:

1.   Subscribe to Faculty web pages.

2.   Create an account through SchoolMessenger to add phone numbers that will receive voice messages and SMS text messages or add an email address.
3.  Subscribe to our social media content on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @GSSDGoldenLions
Teacher Web Pages:  
As a parent, you want to stay connected to what is happening in your child's school.  Visiting the website is a good way to stay abreast of changes and school news.  But often with our hectic daily schedules, you just don't have the time to check all of your child's teachers' websites to see if there is anything new happening.
Here is where we can help you.  Simply browse to your child's teachers' website, click the subscribe button on the teacher's main page and then complete the enrollment form including your email address.

SchoolMessenger Alert System: 

Parents can also add phone numbers and email addresses to receive information shared through SchoolMessenger.  While the main number for every household is automatically enrolled in SchoolMessenger to receive notifications, additional contact numbers and email addresses can be added along with cell phone numbers to receive text messages.  Parents must first create a SchoolMessenger account at go.schoolmessenger.com or schoolmessenger.com/start .  Parents can also download and use the SchoolMessenger App.  To create an account, use the parent email address that you have registered with the school district.  If using your email address does not work, this means that your email address is not registered with the school district.  Please contact your child's school office and request that they add your email address to your guardian information.  The system will then update within 24 hours.  For High School and Middle School parents, you can add your email address to your guardian information by logging into the online grade book system and then click CONTACT VERIFICATION under your child's picture.  This will need completed for each child.