Garry Middle School
Where everyone achieves
no exceptions, no excuses.
"Our vision for Garry Middle School is to be outstanding and academic, to ready every learner for high school and beyond, and to promote citizenship in a democratic society."
The Heart & Future of Our Community
During the week of March 31st, all students at Garry Middle School will participate in Student-led conferences. All students are required to participate with a parent or guardian, at school, with your student’s advisor.
- What is the focus of the conference?
- Students will present examples of work from each of their classes to show parents what they are learning and how well they are learning it.
- Students will share goals for high school (8th grade) and for next year (7th grade), based on this years performance and discuss registration for next year.
- Students will share report cards, attendance information and test scores and their meanings with parents
Bring in your pennies!!
SPOKANE GUILD SCHOOL PENNY DRIVE BEGINS AT GARRY ON MARCH 17TH.
Since its inception in 1996, Spokane public and private schools opened their arms to our "Kids for Kids" Penny Drive. Together, we have educated thousands of students about children with disabilities, while providing them an opportunity to become philanthropists. We believe in the worth of every individual and their right to a meaningful life. Our purpose is to nurture the full potential of families and their children, from birth to three, with disabilities. We do this through a personalized, comprehensive program of assessment, therapy, education, and support.
Garry Middle School would like to thank Dairy Queen, Target on N.Division, Walmart on N.Division, Wild Walls, McDonalds & Costco for their generous donation to our Accelerated Reader program. It is because of great businesses like these that we are able to offer incentives to students in our accelerated reading program.
Students Working to Achieve Greatness
Federal Complaint Procedure
The Citizen Complaint Procedure for Certain Federal Programs can be found at www.k12.wa.us/TitleI/CitizenComplaint.aspx
Ask a Question
Citizen Complaint Process
Phone (360) 725-6100 | TTY (360) 664-3631 | FAX (360) 586-3305
Mail Your Question
Attn: Citizen Complaint - Title I, Part A
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
P.O. Box 47200
Olympia, WA 98504
To access the Student/Teacher/Parent Compact
Click on the Parents & Students tab on the left of your screen.
PIRATE FOR A DAY
The Transition Experience Field Trip
This is a field trip for 8th grade future Pirates. Garry students will shadow a recognized leadership student at a 1:1 ratio for an entire school day. They will accompany them at all times, experiencing hall passing periods, participating in classes, eating lunch in the cafeteria, and even completing their 9th grade registration paperwork. Basically everything their HS student does, they do it w/ them. Pick up a permission form in the office or from Mrs. Via.
Don't forget Thursdays are late start days. Hallways open @ 9:05 am 1st period begins @ 9:15 am
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
If you are interested in After School Programs please stop by the student office and pick up a registration sheet.
Homework Center Monday - Thursday 3:15-4:30 Open to all students for any help they need. The emphasis will be on Math and Language Arts, Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday: and on Wednesday it will be Science
Drama Club Monday only 3:15-4:30 Improv. Learn acting techniques, experience role playing and have FUN.
BFF-BE A FRIEND FIRST - GIRLS ONLY Tuesday Only 3:15-4:30 Leadership program to help develop healthy relationship skills, prevent bullying behavior, and become peacemakers at Garry and in our community.
ACCESS - BOYS ONLY Tuesday Only 3:15-4:30 Many great activities and adventures await those eager to seek a challenge and fun with friends! Includes pioneering, rocketry, team challenges, field hockey, robotics, and lots more...
G.A.M.E. Tuesday Only 6:30-8:30 PM Play games, eat dinner, and hang out w/ Gonzaga University students. A couple of Saturday field trips to a Women's GU Game and a visit to the Gonzaga Campus.
Weird Science and True Spark Wednesday & Thursday 3:15-4:30 Weird Science - Includes Wacky Experiments like Junkyard Wars, CSI Crime Lab Investigations, Rocket Science and Crazy Critters. True Spark - Is an inspiring movie series that includes: October Sky, 12 Angry Men, Bend it like Beckham and many more!
Garry Middle School Fitness & Health students are required to have activity clothes and safe shoes for class each day.
You can bring clothes from home or order your shirt and shorts at www.momentumink.com. Uniforms will be delivered to the school.
ASB supports ALL extra-curricular activities at Garry MS. Purchasing an ASB card not only supports these activities, you also receive discounts throughout the year on dances, yearbook etc. You can purchase your ASB card in the Business Office for $10.00.
You can purchase your yearbook at the business office. They are $20 with ASB membership $25 w/out.