Beginning Monday, Mar. 30, all mobile meal bus routes and delivery will continue with no changes. We will discontinue on-site school pick up as we focus on providing the...
Preschool/Kindergarten Registration tentatively scheduled to be held in elementary schools the week of April 13 – 17, has been postponed. We will provide dates and updated...
GCS will provide meal services and pick up routes for ages 18 and younger starting Monday, March 16. Check out routes, locations and times for the option that works best...
We recognize that there is an increasing concern among our families and the community regarding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We have been closely following and...
Summer learning camps and lots of fun are in store for students from 1st through 10th grades. Plus, thanks to the generosity of the Cann, Mahurin, and Minton families,...
Grayson County School Food Service is seeking Substitute Cooks for the 19-20 school year. Substitute Cooks earn $10 per hour and may work up to 19.5 hours per week as...
What is 2-1-1? It’s your free, 24/7 one-stop connection to community resources including basic needs services, mental and physical health resources, counseling, employment...
T-ball, baseball and softball season will soon be here and it's time to sign up! Leitchfield will hold open registrations at The Centre on Main on Saturday Feb 15 from 10...
Congratulations to all our Spelling Bee winners districtwide! Middle School included: 1st Place, Landon Shiarella; 2nd, Kadie Monin, 3rd Place, Chris Vincent. Landon will...
Will you child be 3, 4, or 5 by August 1? Then mark your calendars for our Preschool and Kindergarten Registration Kickoff, March 23. from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm at the Board of...
The FRYSC Public Policy Survey provides insights into the impact of FRCs on their local communities. Please take the very short, four-question survey to share your...
It's official! The 2020-21 school year calendar has been approved. Thanks to everyone who participated in the surveys to help select this final version.
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
Lead the Way Every Day