Big weekend for these GCHS Band students who participated in honor bands at WKU and U of L.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
U of L Honors Band - 4 members
WKU Honors Band - 12 GCHS members
Makeup days for the recent snow closures will include Feb. 19 and Mar. 16. School will run on a regular schedule for all students and staff.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Road conditions in several parts of the county are still hazardous. No school Friday, Jan. 19. We'll see everyone Monday morning!
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Latest road check shows conditions improved, but still hazardous in many areas throughout the county. There will be no school on Thursday, Jan 18.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
It's beautiful outside, but road conditions remain hazardous. No school tomorrow, Jan. 17, in Grayson County. Many thanks to everyone working to get us back to normal.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
With the current snowfall and anticipation of more to come, Grayson County Schools will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 16.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
It's official. Due to the weather outlook, Grayson County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 12. Stay safe everybody!
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
College Information Night for GCHS seniors/parents will be this Thursday, Jan. 11, 5:30-6:30 pm in the high school library. An ECTC Academic Counselor will present, Q&A on college applications and financing, FAFSA assistance. For more information contact senior counselor Mona Higdon at 270-259-5459.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
New immunization requirements go into effect with the 2018-19 school year. The vaccination schedule includes two doses of the Hepatitis A vaccine given 6 months apart, so families should plan on an early start in order to be prepared for the upcoming school year. See the full update at https://goo.gl/5FuJzt
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Grayson County Schools will be closed today, Jan. 8, due to road conditions. Stay safe.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Congratulations to the GCMS 7th Grade Boys Basketball team, Butler County Holiday Tournament Champions! Also, shout out to each of the three-game series Players of the Game River Blanton (vs. Edmonson, Nolan Hornbeck (vs. Burns Middle) and Brayden Childress vs. Burns Middle)
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
GCMS 7th Grade Boys Basketball Team with Tourney Trophy
US Baseball Academy is bringing Spring Training to GCHS in February. The nation’s largest training program provides young players with advanced instruction by some of the area’s best coaches. Advance registration required, deadline extended. Register today! More at graysoncountyschools.com
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
A BIG thank you to bel Brands USA for “sharing smiles” this morning at Wilkey. The company has been delivering school supplies galore and lots of holiday cheer to all elementary teachers over the past two days. What an incredible surprise!
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
bel mascot The Laughing Cow high fives a group of kindergarteners
Wilkey bulldog mascot makes friends with a bel employee
bel rep gives Jackie Pierce her basket while Laughing Cow entertains students
bel Brands employees in front of rolling supplies caddies
Jackson Parker, Noah Gawarecki, and Mason Parker have been selected for All-State Band. More than a thousand musicians auditioned for one of the prized chairs. They will perform at the KY Center for the Arts during the annual KMEA Conference to be held in February.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Jackson Parker, Noah Gawarecki and Mason Parker with instruments
GCHS artists were on display at Brescia University's 38th Annual Juried High School Art Exhibition, as Tessa Combs, Ethan Pierce, Destiny Smith, Cheyenne Jones, and Aleah Clemons had artwork selected for the show.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Ethan Pierce, Tessa Combs, Beverly Dowell and Aleah Clemons with artwork
The 2018 Comprehensive District Improvement Plan (CDIP) is now available for review at graysoncountyschools.com
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
In a history-making turn, and for the third consecutive year, GCMS will send a Governor to the Statehouse. 8th grader CJ Johnston was elected to the highest office of Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA), a student-run, simulated legislative body held earlier this month in Louisville and Frankfort. She follows in the footsteps of last year’s Governor, Bailey Richardson, and Grayson County’s first elected official, Payton Abney, a GCHS freshman and sophomore respectively.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Payton Abney, CJ Johnston and Bailey Richardson with Governor's gavels
Hitting all the right notes this week as 17 (yes, 17) GCMS students are selected for All-District Orchestra. Congratulations to (back l – r) Jacob VanMetre, Isaac Hart, Dawson Gorby, Austin Walker, Elliot Horn; (middle) Zoe Coles, Michell Lynch, Kyra Grant, Riley Shartzer, Emma Embry, Bethany Ray; (front) Olivia Sweeny, Branson Evans, Ava St. Clair, Ellie Evans, Grace Henderson and Mia Whitfill. These students will rehearse and perform in concert at WKU Jan. 10-11.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
GCMS All-District Orchestra members
GCHS will be well-represented in the 4th District, All-District Symphonic Band, the top ensemble in the district. Jackson Parker, Alexis Coon, Kaylie Westphal, Jeremiah Embry, Jacob Swift, Noah Gawarecki, and Mason Parker were selected. They and fellow band members Darrenger Huff and Jonah Nolan also qualified to move on to the second round of the Kentucky All-State Band auditions coming up this weekend.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
All-District Band Members
It’s almost Winter Musical Extravaganza time featuring the GCHS band, orchestra and choir, Thursday, Dec. 7, 6:30 pm in the school's gym. Bring a canned good for the Alliance Food Pantry to spread the cheer this holiday season.
over 6 years ago, Grayson County Schools
Decorative