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2021-2022 School Year

Message from Mr. Miller

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year in Galway. We are happy to have our students back in school and see that they are ready for a challenging and rewarding school year. The Galway Junior/Senior High School faculty and staff spent the summer preparing for an exciting school year with as much return to normalcy as possible while still keeping our students’ safety a priority.

We are excited to see how well our students are returning to our eight periods a day schedule. Students and staff have been adhering to safety guidelines set forth by local, state and federal agencies. Please go to the district website to find out more information about the Galway Central School District’s Stay Open Plan for the 2021-2022 school year.

Thank you for your continued support of the Galway Junior/Senior High School. We will take all necessary steps to keep our students, staff, and community safe, engaged and active in the school community. It’s time to fly!


Nurse's Office

Physicals are due per NYS law for 7, 9 and 11th grades this year.


  1. Yearbook! On Sale Now! Lowest Price Ever! The 2021-2022 Galway Jr/Sr High Yearbooks are on sale now. Books will be $50. However, you can get a book from now until Halloween for just $40 bucks. That price includes sales tax. This is a limited offer so get yours now. Name imprinting is extra. Please email Mr. Nettleton a djnettle@galwaycsd.org if you have any questions. Find the link on the right side of the Galway webpage or use the following link to order yours today; https://link.entourageyearbooks.com/my/GalwayJrSrHigh2022

  2. Attention Seniors: Senior pictures for the yearbook are due January 21, 2021. Information is available on the Galway webpage. Please email Mr. Nettleton at djnettle@galwaycsd.org if you have any questions.

Galway PTSA September Newsletter

Looking Back on September

Galway Athletics

  • Golf finished third in the WAC cup!

  • Shoutout to Eric Zelezniak and Josh Lovelass who qualified for sectionals that will take place on 10/12.

  • Kylee Decker scored her 1000th career assist.
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Homecoming Parade Floats

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English 10 Summer Projects

Over the summer, rising 10th graders read memoirs. Helen Rosner said that “Memoir is the art of shining a light behind you, picking at the stitches of your life to see how it was made.” Our students dug into that concept by creating book bentos that represent the important threads in the author's story. In addition to staging beautiful photographs representing important elements in the memoir they chose to read, students also wrote reflective artist statements for their summer reading project. In September, students took this idea to the personal level and began working on their own short personal narrative essays in class.


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Looking Forward

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