Celebrating 30 years of Family Resource & Youth Service Centers! Hats off to our own tremendous FRYSC directors and staff for the commitment, support, and caring they bring year round to our students and families. #FRYSCStrong with Kim Cannon, Caneyville; Ann Brooks, Clarkson; Rick Whobrey, GCMS/Wilkey; and Barbara Allen, GCHS/Lawler
We’re so grateful for all our incredible school counselors and the connections they make every day with - and for - our students. They truly exemplify what it means to be “all in for students!”
GCS will remain on the current A/B schedule through the end of February. We will continue to monitor the community health climate and revisit this timeframe later next month. Details and Feb. Calendar: http://bit.ly/Jan21GCS
Grayson County Schools will be closed on Monday, January 18, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Please remember to check your child’s temperature and any symptoms each day before leaving or sending them to school. Continue to contact your child's school as soon as you know of a possible exposure or confirmed case. More on the Relaunch page at http://graysoncountyschools.com.
Given the projected community health climate for the next several weeks and to simplify planning for families, GCS will operate on a Mon. – Thurs. ONLY in-person A/B schedule for the month of January. See full message from Supt. Robinson: http://bit.ly/GCSUpdate010721
GCS will return from Christmas Break with NTI from Jan. 4 – 8 to allow more time between the holiday season and provide a safer return to the buildings for all. The A/B hybrid schedule will resume Jan. 11. See full message from Supt. Robinson: http://bit.ly/GCSUpdate121820
Two meal options are now available! Meals on the Bus will continue to operate on its current schedule through this week (Dec. 18). Or, you can order a five-day meal kit instead, available for pickup. Just email Kristy Hodges to place your order.
As Grayson County remains in red on the KDPH state incidence rate map, all in-person students will continue on NTI through Dec. 18. At this time, we anticipate a Jan. 4 return, contingent upon the community health climate or any other changes. Full message from Supt. Robinson: https://bit.ly/UpdateGCS120320
P-EBT Food Benefit cards have been mailed by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) to all students enrolled in Aug. and Sept. of the current school year. See full details and FAQs at https://bit.ly/PEBTUpdateGCS
One survey, three options. Based on previous feedback, the Calendar Committee has three calendars to choose from for the 2021-22 school year recommendation. Make your selection at https://bit.ly/Calendar21-22 by Tuesday, Dec. 1.
GCS will remain on NTI as outlined in yesterday’s Executive Order. We will continue to monitor community health conditions, with an update for elementary students the week of Nov 30. See full message from Supt. Robinson: https://bit.ly/UpdateGCS111920
With our community’s upward trend in COVID-19 cases, GCS will remain on NTI through Nov. 24, the day before Thanksgiving break. Hopeful for a Nov. 30 return, we will continue to monitor public health conditions with an update Thanksgiving weekend. Full message: https://bit.ly/Update111220
With respect and gratitude to our veterans, today and always - thank you! We're proud to welcome back GCHS Class of ’80 alum and distinguished veteran, retired Army 1SG Roger Lush, who shared his journey with students across the district today by video. Link: https://bit.ly/VeteransLush2020
Last call to share initial input on the 2020-21 School Year Calendar. Responses requested by this Friday, Nov. 13. Survey Link: http://bit.ly/Calendar2021-22.
Meals on the Bus will run next Tues - Fri, 11/10 - 11/13 for NTI students, with no changes to previous stops. Monday meals (Nov. 9) may be picked up at each school between 11 am - 12 noon. Students enrolled in virtual learning will continue their regular school pick up schedule. View routes at https://bit.ly/RelaunchGCS.
Grayson County Schools will transition all in-person students to an NTI schedule for the week of Nov. 9 – 13. We will continue to monitor public health conditions and reassess this decision next Thursday. Read full message from Supt. Robinson: http://bit.ly/Update110520
It’s already time to to start planning for the 2021-22 School Year. Please give us your input into the upcoming School Calendar by taking the very brief survey at http://bit.ly/Calendar2021-22. Responses are requested by Nov. 13. #WeAreGCconnected
We’ll see our "A" group students again tomorrow. And with November just around the corner, here’s a copy of next month’s calendar for everyone. No school on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Daily commitment to students, families and staff, far exceeding the call in this year of new and unexpected challenges. Thank you to these outstanding leaders: Josh Baldwin, Gary Parker, Josh Basham, Alicia Brooks, Shannon Cates, Lisa Skaggs, and Tommy Hodges.