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Culture Day @ GMS



Sixth Grade Students got to learn about different cultures during a Culture Day event Friday morning. 

Jaylan McPherson * Tom Leach Resiliency Award


Congrats to Jaylan McPherson for receiving the Tom Leach Resiliency Award.  


Jaylan McPherson, Garrard County HS: Jaylan was a standout athlete
at Garrard County High when he was sidelined with a debilitating form
of Juvenile Arthritis. He scored 6 touchdowns his freshman year but
the next year, was unable to stand on his own or even sit up. Jaylan
battled through painful treatments and made it back to the football team
where he managed to intercept 4 passes despite the severe side
effects of medication for his illness.  

Nick McCollum signs with Berea College

Congratulations to Nick McCollum on signing with Berea College to play Basketball and Football. Nick played basketball and football for the Garrard Lions.  Pictured: Kiersten McCollum (sister), Nick McCollum, Christina McCollum (mother) - Standing: Josh Henderson and Jerry Perry

Soup's On @ Mrs. Hooper's Advanced Foods Class


Mrs. Hooper Advanced Foods Class prepared soups and chili for lunch. They did a great job!


Ky. Tech-Garrard Co. ATC Carpentry Program Playhouse - For Sale

Ky. Tech-Garrard Co. ATC Carpentry Program

Playhouse - For Sale

The students in the Carpentry Program at Ky. Tech-Garrard Co. ATC have constructed a playhouse suitable for all ages to enjoy anytime of the year.  The playhouse is furnished with working electricity, two dormer sky lights as well as furniture that was hand made by our students including a picnic table, two youth sized chairs and a two person bench.  It is also weatherproof with a commercial grade shingle roof, a stained deck and the outside is painted hunter green with white “soup can” trim for the kid in all of us.  The interior walls are finished with knotty pine and carpet on the floor. This isn’t your average “cookie cutter” playhouse it has a character that you can’t find anywhere else.  This is the latest project our students are working on to help raise money for their program due to budget cuts.  Proceeds from this project will go directly in the Carpentry program for similar projects in the future.  The playhouse will fit on a standard 12 x 8 trailer, and we will help you load. The price for this completely handmade playhouse is $3500.  The first person to bring a check to the Garrard ATC will be the proud new owner. Sorry no holds.  For more information please contact Mike Oakley at 792-2144 between 7:30a and 3:30p.


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