The Calendar Committee has three calendars to choose from for the 2023-24 school year recommendation. Make your selection at http://bit.ly/3VuqY3z by Friday, Dec. 16.
The Tech Center’s Machining program presented a reverse-engineered, 3D-printed sign bridge replica to Mid-Park Highway. Opportunities will continue to grow with new engineering, robotics, and industrial maintenance offerings at the school. Story at: http://bit.ly/3grSUps
Congratulations to these musicians selected to the KMEA Fourth District, All-District Symphonic Band! Shawni Poole (alt.), Avery Gowin, Shane Craig, Donovan Jaggers, and Liam Stewart. Each will also move on to the second round of the KY All-State Band auditions next month.
A celebration of literacy and career exploration, Unite to Read returned as district third graders learned about the many options they will discover at the Technology Center one day. Each student took home the book “Who’s Hands are These?” a perfect partner for the event.
Vocal Audition Prep, the GCHS advanced choir, participated in the by-invitation Morehead State Choral Festival last week. This is the group’s first time attending and while there two members, Dawson Gorby and Jacob VanMetre, were selected as the concert soloists.
Congratulations to these musicians selected for All-State Orchestra! Bethany Ray, Symphony 2nd Violins; Michell Lynch, Symphony 1st Violins; Dawson Gorby, Symphony Cello; Reece Horn, Bass 2nd Alternate; Austin Walker, Symphony Bass.
Celebrating Apprenticeship Week and the great things happening for our students and our community at the Grayson County Tech Center. Kicking things off today, we celebrate “growing our own” teachers with Signing Day for our Education Technician track.
Lawler honored its veterans with a drive-through parade this morning, complete with signs and symbols of thanks and much cheering for those who have given so much to us all through their service. Thank you every one!
GCHS freshman Daniel Ratley, has been selected as the 2023 Youth Advocate for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The program is sponsored by the US YMCA’s Govt. Relations office with a max of two high school students selected per state. Full story at: https://bit.ly/3zTi1bf
Big shout out to these students selected for the ACDA Jr. High (Grades 7 - 9) All-State event. They represent GCMS and GCHS Nov. 10 -12 at EKU.
Congratulations to Crystal Bratcher, selected by Kentucky SHAPE as the 2022-23 Kentucky Teacher of the Year for Middle School Physical Education! Full details at: https://bit.ly/3FsA1wD
This month, 4th, 5th and 8th grade G/T students have been given the opportunity to visit the GC Technology Center and explore CTE classes in 3D Printing, Marketing, and Health Science courses through hands-on experiences.
It was a great weekend for GCHS Band as the group qualified for state and will perform Sat, Oct. 29, 11:30 CT in Richmond. Also, check out Jackson Kane - musician, football, and soccer player - performing with the band during halftime of Friday’s game!
Judge-Exec Kevin Henderson was joined by students and community today to sign a proclamation for Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 24 - 28. Each day will have a theme to get students involved in “being the best they can be because they live Drug-Free!”
Congratulations to our EdTech team, recipients of the 2022 Stilwell Award, for keeping students and families connected to their schools during the period of March 2020 to March 2022. See all recipients: https://bit.ly/3D6TTE4
MFG Week kicked off by partnering with local industry to give CTE students an upfront perspective on local opportunities. Many thanks to Mid-Park, Plastikon, Byrd Tool, and Extreme Fabrication for the hospitality and insights!
Congratulations to Matt Hayes, 2022 Chamber of Commerce Education Award winner. Full story at: https://bit.ly/3LI5oV7
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.