Along with the holidays, it’s band audition season and GCHS will be well-represented in a variety of distinguished groups this year. All-District Symphonic Band will...
Going national! A statewide presentation on Transition Day success has earned Tracie Johnston a session as one of only 25 presenters at the Council for Exceptional Children...
Lawler Elementary fielded three teams in regional Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) competition at Western Kentucky University. Two of those teams have advanced...
A lifelong love of reading has earned two GCHS seniors a perfect 36 in the subject on the ACT college admissions test. Twins Autumn (left) and Amber Horn took the test on...
One survey, three options. Based on previous feedback, the Calendar Committee has three calendars to choose from for the 20-21 school year recommendation. Please make your...
GCHS FCCLA earned national recognition and praise during the National Fall Conference in Dallas, Nov. 14 – 17. Competing in hands-on demonstration and presentation-based...
Grayson County middle and high school students recently participated in the KY American Choral Directors Association (KYACDA) Jr. High All State Chorus, which includes...
The Clarkson Family Resource Center and Clarkson Elementary School students have been working hard to help others give thanks this season. Together they have collected...
Winter weather will soon be upon us. We always hope for a mild one, but know that Mother Nature often has other plans. Grayson County Schools take the decision to close or...
It’s time to to start planning for the 2020-21 School Year and we’d love to hear from you! Please give us your input into the upcoming School Calendar by taking the very...
Top 10 finish in Bands of America Super Regional Class AA, competing with 84 bands from 10 states – talk about "Next Level!"Congratulations to the GCHS Marching Cougars in...
The Kentucky Department of Education has released the 2018-19 Assessment and Accountability results, with a new look and emphasis on proficiency, growth and transition...
PROFILE OF A GRAYSON COUNTY SCHOOLS GRADUATE
- High self-standards and motivation; acts with integrity
- Models a positive attitude, diligent work ethic
- Strives for excellence and continual improvement
- Actively engages in community and civic life
- Listens actively
- Speaks purposefully to inform and influence; writes clearly
- Engages in technologies and social media while maintaining a responsible digital footprint
- Positively deals with praise and criticism
- Asks questions, willing to listen open-mindedly to understand different points of view
- Creatively uses information and resources
- Seeks and applies innovative strategies
- Adaptable approach to challenges and opportunities
- Works cooperatively with others to accomplish a common goal
- Open-minded to diverse ideas
- Flexible to change; prioritizes group needs over self when appropriate
- Resolves conflict peacefully and productively
- Sets short-term goals to achieve long-term outcomes
- Initiates learning, growth and selfimprovement
- Growth mindset; willing to take risks and learn from mistakes
- Persists to accomplish difficult tasks, overcome barriers; seeks help when needed
Grayson County Middle School, 726 John L Taylor Dr, Leitchfield, KY 42754, USA
Grayson County Technology Center, 252 Schoolhouse Road, Leitchfield, KY 42754
Caneyville Elementary School, 521 E Maple St, Caneyville, KY 42721, USA
Clarkson Elementary School, 310 Millerstown St, Clarkson, KY 42726, USA
H. W. Wilkey Elementary School, 130 Wallace Ave, Leitchfield, KY 42754, USA
Vision: Excellence in education, skills for life – every student future-ready
Mission: Start, Solve, Share, Succeed – inspiring and empowering individual excellence in the classroom, in the community and in life