It was a great day of music, performance, and college life as GCHS and GCMS 8th graders participated in the District Honors Choir at Campbellsville University.
The GCHS Marching Band has made history, reaching the finals of the Bands of America Central Ohio Regionals. This is the first time in school history that the GC Band has made finals at a BoA event – a tremendous accomplishment for the program.
Thanks to GCHS Youth Services Center for bringing the Arrive Alive Tour in for virtual reality simulations today. Students were able to practice defensive driving skills, both sober but distracted, also under the influence.
Congratulations to Teresa Jarboe, selected as KMEA’s 4th District High School Teacher of the Year! Jarboe has been with the district for more than a decade, and the choral music program has grown significantly and excelled under her leadership.
A BIG thank you to Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Medicaid for the generous donation of $10,000 to our elementary schools. Each school will receive $2,500 for new PE/sports equipment as part of Anthem’s ongoing commitment to promote physical activity and healthier lifestyles for KY children.
Straight out the gate GCHS Band is named Grand Champs at the Franklin-Simpson Invitational their first competition of the season! They also earned First Place and the Spirit Award to cap off a big weekend.
GC Jr. Pro Basketball signups for K-8 boys/girls on Sundays Sept. 11, 18, and 25 from 1 - 3 pm in the GCHS lobby. Questions? Contact Daniel Decker, 270-259-6844
AP courses offer multiple benefits, including college credit. Congratulations to these GCHS students who have earned a score of three or better on an AP exam and are now three hours advanced on a degree. See story: https://bit.ly/3Q9uGf7
Great news for families with children ages 0 - 5! Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is coming to Grayson County Visit https://bit.ly/3T9ZsHR for details and register your child today!
Congratulations to the GCHS Chamber Orchestra, selected to perform at the 2023 KMEA Professional Development Conference! This is a very competitive and prestigious honor for the students and their directors, Adam and Stacy French. They will perform February 9 in Louisville.
You won’t find any more fun than this on a Friday night! Catch this year’s GCHS Volleyball Team as they take on the Alumni Team. Shirts on sale, concessions. Get “set” to be “served” a super evening of fun while supporting GCHS Volleyball! Friday, Aug. 12, 6 pm at GCHS.
https://bit.ly/3JJxJJB for a 2022-23 safety update. Working together we keep our students, staff AND each other safe.
The first day of 2022-23 is in the books! A big thanks to our staff, students and families for making it such a great one. Here’s to a fabulous school year for all!
Wrapping up a full week of active shooter training in all our schools. A BIG thanks to KSP for their partnership in keeping our students & staff safe! Also check out new construction added in several schools to provide an extra buffer of safety throughout the district.
Student-led Sources of Strength session for GCHS Opening Day. This peer-to-peer network focuses on multiple sources of support and personal strengths, encouraging students to seek help when needed, promoting connections between peers and caring adults.
What a wonderful night to visit with families and meet our students at Back-to-School events throughout the district! We’re excited to see everyone on Aug. 8!!
A visit to UofL Speed School of Engineering for Math/Machining/Computer programming students is just the start of increased engineering exploration and opportunities at the GC Technology Center and GCHS.
A big Flash welcome to incoming kindergartners at today’s kickoff event! These students are well-prepared for Aug. 8. We’re excited to see everyone soon!
Welcome to Wilkey and Kindergarten Kickoff for these newest Bulldogs and their families!
Congratulations to Transition Coordinator Brandi Lee, named 2022 Counseling & Career Development Professional Award winner by KYACTE for her leadership & advocacy of CTE programs, students & community partnerships. Story: https://bit.ly/3OnVVSD