On June 11, and pursuant to Executive Order 2021-386 (EO 2021-386), the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) rescinded its flagship COVID-19 Healthy at Schools guidance....
Get started or hone your skills at the 2021 Cougar Tennis Camps, with on-site registration. Three weeks to choose from, daily and private lessons are also available. See...
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 in this video message from ECTC President, Dr. Juston Pate. Dr. Pate encourages this accomplished group to focus on continuing their...
A raised herb garden has brought together two CTE programs for a learning opportunity that will impact GCHS and extend beyond to the community. The Agriculture...
We are so proud of the following students in our Health Science Pathway for earning their Medicaid Nurse Aide Certification! Listed from left to right: Alex Brown, Brianna...
COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer) for children 12 and older may be available through the Grayson County Health Dept as early as the week of May 12. The Health Dept is seeking...
Grayson County Schools has named Adam Cox as the district’s new Assistant Superintendent. A veteran educator of twelve and a half years, Cox began his career as a...
Grayson County Schools and the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) are seeking parent feedback regarding how our schools are involving parents in the special education...
GCHS FCCLA took multiple awards and top finishes at the recent virtual Kentucky State Leadership Conference. Technology Center Director Matt Hayes was honored with the...
Family Resource & Youth Service Centers across Kentucky are celebrating 30 years of service. Hats off to our own tremendous FRYSC directors and staff for the commitment,...
Congratulations to GCHS FCCLA! All students who competed in Region 5 placed 1st in their event, advancing to virtual state competition later this month. Baking and...
Internet access is more important than ever – for school, for home and for work – in our community and across Kentucky. The KY Broadband Initiative is working to find...
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
162 Industry Certifications Passed in 2019
Nine Career Pathways, 44 Industry Partners
Coops, Internships and Work-Based Learning