District

Student Registration

Registration is open. Please contact Sara Schott at the District Office, 17511 N Main St, Galesville, WI, 582-4657 x1900 to register your child. Children who will be five years of age by September 1, 2018, can be registered for Kindergarten. If your child is currently attending our 4K program, he/she is already enrolled and you…

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High School Yearbook Information

Senior photo and Yearbook ordering information. Yearbooks are now on sale for the lowest price of the year. Offer deadline: 9/21/2018. See Yearbook Info for full details. Senior photo deadline is November 1st. The yearbook senior photo should be a head and shoulders close-up photograph. Senior spotlight: Baby picture & message. See Senior letter for…

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Free and Reduced Meals Information

Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. Reduced price is $.30 for breakfast and $.40 for lunch. Forms may be picked up at your child’s school or you may click on the attachments below to download the instructions and application form for the Free and Reduced Meals Program. Return the…

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Substitute Staff Needed

The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District is now accepting applications for substitute teachers, custodians, food service, and bus drivers. To obtain an application, please stop by the District Office at 17511 N Main St, Galesville WI. For more information, contact Matt Wenthe 608-582-4657 x1905. The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate…

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Student Information and Transportation Change Forms

If there has been a change in student information (address, phone, emergency contact, daycare provider, etc.), please download the Student Information Change Form Student Info Change Form (revised-3/18), fill in the information to change, sign and date, and return it to your child’s building secretary. If there has been a change in student transportation information, please download the Transportation Form 2017 , fill…

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Middle School STEM

Students were provided 100 notecards and 12 inches of tape. Their challenge was to build a tower that stood a minimum of 24 inches tall that could hold a small stuffed animal at the top. Our fastest group was able to complete the challenge using only 46 notecards and NONE of their tape! Our STEM club has been…

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