Beginning Monday, March 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 best service to the most families, while also enhancing social distancing for both our children and our staff. Thank you for you continued support and encouragement.
We have a few changes to NTI Days and to the packet process. We think you’ll like them since they help everyone stay #HealthyAtHome. Students and families, we so appreciate your flexibility, patience and understanding as together we navigate these ever-changing days! #WeAreGCconnectED
To the smiling faces and caring hands that have prepared, fed, driven, distributed and given their all to ensure our students have meals, we salute our Food Svcs & Transportation teams as bright lights and beacons of consistency in these ever-changing days! Nearly 14K meals served & counting ...
Starting Monday, March 23: All current meal route locations have been updated, along with some slight time changes.
Gov. Beshear today recommended that all schools extend closure until Monday April 20. Please see the transcript of Supt. Robinson's call to families and staff this evening. Official updates can always be found at graysoncountyschools.com
You asked and we're happy to answer that we've added a stop at the Anneta Firehouse starting Friday, March 20 (tomorrow), 1:10 - 1:30 pm. Look forward to seeing our Anneta are students and families there! Stay tuned for more updates this weekend ...
Two locations have been added to our mobile routes. A bus will be at at Dewey’s Trailer Court off West Maple near South Main Street, from 10:40 - 10:50 am, and at Bailey’s Zip Mart, 6159 Beaver Dam Road near the Millwood Community Center, 12:30 – 12:45 pm.
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 for you.
GCS WILL be in session tomorrow, March 13. it is very, very important that all students attend tomorrow in preparation for upcoming Non-Traditional Instruction Days. We will update as new information is available.
Due to the weather forecast for this afternoon, Grayson County Schools has cancelled ALL afterschool activities and events, including FRC childcare. If you need to make alternate travel arrangements for your child, please contact their school. School will be dismissed at the regular time.
We have been closely following and monitoring the information and guidance provided by the CDC, the World Health Organization (WHO), state and local health departments regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Find out what we are doing and how we can work together to reduce its spread at bit.ly/GCSCOVID19. We will continue to update the page as new information is available.
Summer learning camps and lots of fun are in store for students from 1st through 10th grades at WKU’s Center for Gifted Studies. Scholarships for Grayson County students are available for some programs. Discover the opportunities open to curious minds this summer at the WKU Center for Gifted Studies at bit.ly/WKUSummer20
Come out to hear them play! Music in our Schools Month is in full gear with the annual District Band concert, 5th grade through HS, next Tuesday, March 10, 6 pm at GCHS.
Congratulations to GCHS DECA on a strong State finish! 19 will compete at Nationals next month. All were event finalists. Emma Finch was elected 2020 - 21 KY DECA President, and Emily Cooley was named Outstanding Chapter Member. See finishes at bit.ly/DECAState2020
It’s time for Choir’s Notes and Noodles event! Come out to GCHS tomorrow, Feb. 20, 5 – 7 pm, for an evening of spectacular solo and group pop music performances, plus a delicious Italian dinner from our Culinary students. Come when you can, leave when you need to, and enjoy while you're there!
Grayson County Student Organization Leaders highlighted their programs today at the 8th Grade Showcase! The class of 2024 has lots of exciting opportunities next year as they begin their high school career.
Congratulations to DECA’s 23 regional competitors, who all qualified for State next month. Finishes include 17 in 1st place, three 2nd place, two 3rd place and one 4th place. See full list at http://bit.ly/RegDECA2020
It's CTE Month! We have lots of exciting events happening at the Grayson County Technology Center this month! On February 6th we will host the 8th graders, the School Board on February 13th and the GCMS Mentoring Program students and Mentors on February 26th.
Congratulations to GCHS FCCLA on taking 1st and 2nd place in all competitive event categories at Regionals! See how they finished bit.ly/RegionFCCLA
Please take the very brief (four questions) FRYSC Public Policy Survey to share your thoughts on FRC impact. www.surveymonkey.com/r/FRYSCKyPublicPolicy2020 The survey closes at 10 am this Fri., Jan. 31. Responses will help guide legislative funding decisions.