Science concepts were “elevated” @CaneyvilleElem today with a visit from the KY Science Center's Captain Current! Students learned how energy is generated with fun hands-on demonstrations, with sound advice on how to conserve and beat the “Energy Vampires.”
Opportunities are everywhere in Grayson County Schools! We’re currently hiring for all positions, with openings at all schools. Job listings and details at https://bit.ly/HiredGCS21. Apply today!
Meals on the Bus is back with even more routes and more options this year. See the schedule at http://bit.ly/Meals21 for a location and time convenient to you!
Get started or hone your skills at the 2021 Cougar Tennis Camps. Weekly, daily and private lesson options. See details https://bit.ly/3fuuFCq
Great morning celebrating our seniors who have earned industry certifications in their given pathway! Many thanks to sponsor the GC Chamber of Commerce, and guest speaker Jennifer Priddy, Kelly Beekeeping, for sharing her experiences and encouragement.
COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer) for children 12/older may be available through the GC Health Dept as early as next week. If you’d like your child to receive the vaccine, please take this 4-question survey to help the GCHD prepare. Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6L87ZR8
Plans are coming together for the Class of ’21 graduation ceremony! Listen in on the update with GCHS principal Josh Baldwin during this morning’s Shop Local Leitchfield. http://bit.ly/GCSonSLL050621 Segment starts at 5:54.
GCHS juniors, Jenna Lucas and Chase Richardson (center), have been selected to attend the prestigious Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program this summer. In addition, Mikayla Clemons, Karley Tilford, Zoe Coles, and Ellie Evans have been selected as alternates. Congratulations to all!
New drivers learn about road safety and interacting with law enforcement in a variety of situations. Thanks to Leitchfield PD Officers Adam Cottrell and Ian Renfrow (GCHS SRO) for so many great tips! Stay safe Cougars!
GCS welcomes Adam Cox as our new Assistant Superintendent! He will begin on July 1. Get to know Mr. Cox at https://bit.ly/3sFmWWt
View resources and access application for Supplemental School Year Program. Info sessions at the Board Office on 4/22. App due by May 1. Paper copies are available at your child’s school if needed. Link: https://bit.ly/3hT3fG9
What an exciting day for Wilkey filming with a Bel Brands production crew for a national documentary to air later this spring. The film celebrates the company’s 100th anniversary, and highlights Bel’s strong community involvement and commitment. #WeAreGCconnected
Students back full time, traditions and new programs down the road, including ELEVATE, our new summer program with opportunities galore for learning, fun and exploring. Listen in as Supt. Doug Robinson talks with Sam Gormley on today’s SLL Segment. http://bit.ly/GCSonSLL040121
Congratulations to GCMS 8th grader Railey Mattingly, winner of the Area 3 Conservation Writing Contest. The annual event is sponsored locally by the Grayson County Conservation District, along with the KY Association of Conservation Districts and KY Farm Bureau.
Congratulations to GCHS FCCLA on multiple awards and top finishes at the recent virtual Kentucky State Leadership Conference. Check out all the honors and see who’s heading to Nationals at https://bit.ly/2O0Yelo.
Congratulations to GCHS FCCLA and these students who placed 1st in their Region 5 event. They now advance to virtual state competition later this month.
GCS will welcome back all in-person students for a full, five-day week beginning March 22. Students who wish to remain on or transfer to the virtual option may do so. Full message from Supt. Robinson: http://bit.ly/UpdateGCS030421
Online preschool and kindergarten registration through Infinite Campus is coming in April. Details will be available after Spring Break. See more at http://graysoncountyky.apptegy.us/article/414417?org=district
The next round of P-EBT benefits is scheduled to begin the week of March 15. Link for details: http://bit.ly/KyPEBT3
Beginning Mar. 1 until Spring Break, in-person students will return on the A/B hybrid schedule, including alternating Fridays. See message from Supt. Robinson on plans for additional in-person days moving forward, copy of March calendar. Link: http://bit.ly/March21GCS