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We’re excited to bring the Footsteps2Brilliance app to all Grayson County families with children birth through 1st grade. It’s a fun, new way to learn to read that will help prepare your child for school from the convenience of any mobile device. With thousands of books, games and activities, let the fun - and learning - begin. 
 
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Tommy Hodges
Former Grayson County educator Tommy Hodges will return to the district this fall as principal of the Alternative Education Center. Hodges began his education career at GCMS in Title I, and served as assistant principal at GCHS from 2007 – 10. 
NIMS Industry Certifications passers
The Grayson County Technology Center Machining program recently had 11 students plus instructor Michael Critchelow take the NIMS industry certification test, with an astounding 100% pass rate 
Clay Newton FFA state Vp
Clay Newton has been elected to serve as the 2019-20 Kentucky FFA Lincoln Trail State Vice President.  Clay was one of 21 candidates who ran for State Office from across the Commonwealth.  Following an application and rigorous interview process, he was selected by a Nominating Committee of graduating senior FFA members and elected unanimously by the delegate body. 
Jonathan Williams Tessa Blain and Kathy Davis
Wilkey student Tessa Blain has been awarded First Place in the 5th Grade division of the 2019 KET Young Writers Contest for her story Raven's Nest. She was presented a certificate and $50 Barnes & Noble gift card by KET representative Kathy Davis a during a last day of school assembly. 
Landon Shiarella and Paul Overton
GCMS 7th graders Landon Shiarella and Paul Overton have received state recognition for their ACT college admissions test scores. The test is offered to the district’s 7th grade Gifted and Talented Education students through the Duke University Talent Identification Program. 
DeeDee Web
Grayson County Schools Technology Integration Specialist Dee Dee Webb has been honored in the first-annual KET Education All Stars program. She is one of only eight educators from across the state selected. The program salutes educators who exemplify what it means to support student achievement through innovative and engaging use of technology. 
Josh Basham
Josh Basham has been selected as the new Caneyville Elementary Principal. The 13-year educator, and current principal of the Alternative Education Center succeeds George Meredith, who will retire June 30. 
Upcoming Events
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Jul
11
Board of Education Meeting
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Aug
8
Board of Education Meeting
Thursday, August 8, 2019
WE ARE GC
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Our Transportation Department is looking for bus drivers who are at least 21, a high school graduate, and have an excellent driving record. We offer free training, competitive wages, a school year schedule, and some of the best benefits around. Apply NOW under the Employment tab above or call Braxton Allen or Glenda Bertram at 270-259-4011.

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We’re excited to bring the Footsteps2Brilliance app to all Grayson County families with children birth through 1st grade. It’s a fun, new way to learn to read that will help prepare your child for school from the convenience of any mobile device. With thousands of books, games and activities, let the fun - and learning - begin. 
 
In the Headlines
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Tommy Hodges
Former Grayson County educator Tommy Hodges will return to the district this fall as principal of the Alternative Education Center. Hodges began his education career at GCMS in Title I, and served as assistant principal at GCHS from 2007 – 10. 
NIMS Industry Certifications passers
The Grayson County Technology Center Machining program recently had 11 students plus instructor Michael Critchelow take the NIMS industry certification test, with an astounding 100% pass rate 
Clay Newton FFA state Vp
Clay Newton has been elected to serve as the 2019-20 Kentucky FFA Lincoln Trail State Vice President.  Clay was one of 21 candidates who ran for State Office from across the Commonwealth.  Following an application and rigorous interview process, he was selected by a Nominating Committee of graduating senior FFA members and elected unanimously by the delegate body. 
Jonathan Williams Tessa Blain and Kathy Davis
Wilkey student Tessa Blain has been awarded First Place in the 5th Grade division of the 2019 KET Young Writers Contest for her story Raven's Nest. She was presented a certificate and $50 Barnes & Noble gift card by KET representative Kathy Davis a during a last day of school assembly. 
Landon Shiarella and Paul Overton
GCMS 7th graders Landon Shiarella and Paul Overton have received state recognition for their ACT college admissions test scores. The test is offered to the district’s 7th grade Gifted and Talented Education students through the Duke University Talent Identification Program. 
DeeDee Web
Grayson County Schools Technology Integration Specialist Dee Dee Webb has been honored in the first-annual KET Education All Stars program. She is one of only eight educators from across the state selected. The program salutes educators who exemplify what it means to support student achievement through innovative and engaging use of technology. 
Josh Basham
Josh Basham has been selected as the new Caneyville Elementary Principal. The 13-year educator, and current principal of the Alternative Education Center succeeds George Meredith, who will retire June 30. 
Upcoming Events
Jul
11
Board of Education Meeting
Thu Jul 11 2019
Aug
8
Board of Education Meeting
Thu Aug 8 2019
Come Drive With Us!
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Our Transportation Department is looking for bus drivers who are at least 21, a high school graduate, and have an excellent driving record. We offer free training, competitive wages, a school year schedule, and some of the best benefits around. Apply NOW under the Employment tab above or call Braxton Allen or Glenda Bertram at 270-259-4011.

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Phone: 270.259.4011
Fax: 270.259.4756
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