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Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Garrard County Schools, where our motto is, “Expect the Best”. This website will help you learn more about our school district and each of our schools. We are happy that you have taken the time to learn more about our district and all that we have to offer our students, staff, and community. Our dedicated staff understands the power in positive relationships between schools, home, and community. Working together, we are developing students who are lifelong learners. With a goal of becoming a high-performing, premier school district in the Commonwealth, we understand the power in valuing and developing our student’s talents and interests. By placing a ...
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Maddy Day * Lady Lions 1000 Point Club

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Congrats to Maddy Day for joining the 1000 points club!!

LIVE LIFE by the SEAMS 5K run/walk * GCHS Baseball

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 Email: cbklynn23@gmail.com

Mrs. Hooper's Nutrition and Foods Class * Dessert Pizza

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Mrs. Hooper's Nutrition and Foods class making dessert pizza.

GCHS * Project Lead the Way * January Board Meeting

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Mr. Grasham recognized GCHS Biomedical students: Rebecca Campbell, Georgia Dawahare, and Madeline Jordan at the January board meeting.  Mrs. Morgan Brogli presented a short video clip from the University of Kentucky that showcased the Biomedical students while visiting the university. Students shared some of the things they enjoyed in the class.

Mr. Grasham also recognized GCHS Computer Science Students: Ethan Baker, Colin Carver, Nicholas Denton and Cade Irvin.  These student shared apps they had created in class.  Mrs. Mary Zollner talked about the Computer Science program.

The Biomedical and Computer Science Programs are part of the " Project Lead the Way" grant.

GMS * Kentucky Youth Assembly * January Board Meeting

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Mr.Andrew Pickerill recognized the GMS students that were part of the delegation that participated in the Kentucky Youth Assembly.  GMS students did an outstanding job and received many individual and group awards at the conference.  They celebrated with cake after their presentations at the board meeting.

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