A real marathon for Spelling Bee grades 6 - 8. Final results: 1st, Colton Glenn, 2nd, Sandan Paddack, 3rd, Jerry Majors. Winning words - guerilla/expedition. Great effort by all competitors today. Same time next year!
5th grade: 1st, Landon Shiarella, 2nd, Eli Kennedy, 3rd, Savannah Hughes. Winning word - glamorous.
4th grade Spelling Bee winners: 1st, Cooper Lee, 2nd, Nolan Daley, 3rd, Christopher Newton. Winning word - jerkily.
Congratulations GCHS DECA on a great performance at Regionals! All 28 competitors advance to state, coming up March 5 - 7 in Louisville. The GCHS chapter was also awarded for being the largest chapter in the region. Full story and awards list http://bit.ly/2l4481S
GCHS/GCMS students get a global view from travelers and experts. Cougar grad Courtney Tucker shares her study abroad experiences with Ms. Hicks' classes. Former Harvard Agribusiness Director (and KY native) Mary Shelman talks farming, tech and food supply with ag classes. Full stories at http://bit.ly/2kxpN4t
Look out Hollywood! GCMS IT Club members are real pros as they film and edit tomorrow's announcements. Looks like a "can't-miss" edition!
The Fourth District, All-District Band will feature nine Grayson County students. Auditions for 9th and 10th grade were recently held and Devin Coon, trumpet, Riley Penny, trombone, AJ Napper, baritone, and Misty Ward, horn, were selected for the honor. They will join Ben Jackson, Noah Gawerecki, Darrenger Huff, Jackson Parker, and middle school student Mason Parker who were previously selected for the Fourth District Symphonic Band.
Looking for a job, or know someone who is? We have openings for custodians - full or part-time, even subs. Apply online http://bit.ly/2koJhZM
Prepare your child for success! Our free parent book study starts tonight, 5:15 pm at the Bd of Ed. Details http://bit.ly/2jeRI9y
There will be school on Monday, Feb. 20, to make up the first of our currently two days missed this year.
Congrats to GCMS Academic Team on this weekend's District Governor's Cup overall 1st place finish! The team also took 1st in Quick Recall, Future Problem Solving and had 14 individual written assessment placements.
BIG weekend for GCMS Band - 25 student musicians selected to All-District!
Lawler Elementary will host a family training on the new Footsteps2Brilliance app on Thursday, January 19, 6 pm. This opportunity is also for parents of young children not yet in school. This App is FREE for any child that lives in Grayson County from birth to school age and is available on any smartphone, tablet or computer. IPads will be available for parents to use but everyone is encouraged to bring their own device.
Shout out to our Board members, some of the hardest-working folks in Grayson County. Say thanks when you see them out and about this month - or any time at all.
Kentucky author Leigh Anne Florence recently visited Lawler with her muse - Woody the Wiener Dog. The kids loved their visit and her inspiration!
Eleven GCHS students have been selected to perform in the 2017 WKU Honor Band on the campus of Western Kentucky University. These musicians will perform with students from the tri-state area under the baton of guest conductors from January 26-28th, with a final concert on Saturday afternoon. We are proud of these students for their hard work! L-R front: Jonah Nolan, Noah Yates L-R second: Darrenger Huff, Klayton Felty, Alexis Coon, Faith Hart, Kaylie Westphal L-R third: Jackson Parker, Ben Jackson, Kelsey Carwile, Princess Reed
GCMS will host Major Robert Carter of the Madisonville Police Department and KY Center for School Safety for a special public presentation Wednesday, Jan. 11, 5 pm. It's a don't miss session as Major Carter will be at the school earlier in the day to speak with each grade level about bullying and digital citizenship. Be in the know, along with your children.
No school in Grayson County Friday, Jan. 6 due to weather. Stay safe everyone!
Preparing your child for success - join us for a book study starting Jan. 24. Details/schedule http://bit.ly/2jeRI9y
Grayson County Schools will be closed Thursday, January 5, 2017.