Garrard County Schools would like to welcome Mrs. Holly Young as the new Director of Elementary Teaching & Learning! Holly Young joins the Garrard County Schools staff with 21.5 years of K-12 experience. Holly has been an elementary classroom teacher, a curriculum and instructional coach at both the school and district level, an administrative learning specialist, and a middle school assistant principal. We are excited to welcome Holly to the Garrard County Schools team.
Today, Mrs. Blair’s 3rd Grade CDR class had fun doing multiplication facts with their Run for the Roses tracking sheet! Happy Derby weekend!🏇🌹
Garrard County High School JAG students visited their 3rd Grade CDR Pen Pals today! These students have been writing letters back and forth each week for the past few months. Today, they got to meet each other in person and do an activity together!
Ms. Clark’s GCHS AG students visited Mrs. McMullen's CDR Kindergarten class this week and taught a lesson about how seeds grow and the life cycle of a plant. After the lesson, they helped students plant their own seeds! They planted flowers, tomatoes, and watermelons. Mrs. McMullen's class said they can’t wait to watch them grow here at school and at home this summer when they take them home!🌱🍉🍅🌻
Be sure to mark your calendars for Saturday, May 7th 11:00AM-2:00PM! GCHS Gear Up will be hosting the Young Entrepreneurs Market in the parking lot of the Grand Theater. There will be jewelry, weighted stuffed animals, baked goods, homemade dog treats, school greenhouse plants, thrifted vintage fashion, student art and more- all brought to you by our GC students! Don't worry about stopping and getting lunch before-the Piggin Out Food Truck and Snowy Ice will be on site! Come support our students!
When math problems get difficult at GMS, Ms. Bowman's group puts in practice until they are easy! #motivationmonday ➗➕✖️
Newly created districtwide position for Garrard County Schools: MTSS and Behavior Coordinator. KY Teacher certification required and/or masters in special education, school psychology, or school counseling with assessment endorsement (IIA), preferred. Click the link for job description and application: https://garrard.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=945
GCHS 9th and 10th GEAR UP students visited the Campbellsville University Harrodsburg campus last week! The students enjoyed a campus tour including stops at cosmetology, barbering, welding, HVAC, plumbing, chiropractic, and nursing programs. Never too early to start thinking about your future!
Congratulations to Kayden Ward for being recognized as an emerging leader displaying leadership qualities both inside the classroom and in our community. Kayden was 1 of 150 students selected nationwide. He will represent Garrard County High School and is 1 of 3 for the entire Commonwealth. #WeAreGC
Congratulations to Sydney Travis for being recognized tonight for her acceptance to the Governor's Scholar Program! #WeAreGC
Congratulations to GMS students Abagail Bailey, Natalie Clark, Milli Crace, Eliza Fuller, Abigail Travis, and Zoe Tuggle for being recognized on their successful finish in the Gifted and Talented Odyssey of the Mind Competition! #WeAreGC
Congratulations to Priscilla Floyd for being recognized as the Garrard County Schools Student of the Month for Garrard County High School sponsored by Farmers National Bank & Bradford BBQ! #WeAreGC
Congratulations to Lillian Russell for being recognized as the Garrard County Schools Student of the Month for Paint Lick Elementary sponsored by Farmers National Bank & Bradford BBQ! #WeAreGC
Congratulations to Gunner Allen for being recognized as the Garrard County Schools Student of the Month for Camp Dick Robinson sponsored by Farmers National Bank & Bradford BBQ! #WeAreGC
Graduation time is almost here, and it's Tuesday- so what about a GCHS Senior transformation post?! Check out this GCHS senior's then and now! 🎓 #transformationtuesday
Check out this great opportunity for our GC students (8 years old and older)! Garrard County High School GEAR UP Leadership Club presents “Garrard Youth Entrepreneurs Market.” Garrard County Youth will exhibit their entrepreneurial and business skills through a day of leadership and civic engagement by marketing and selling their products to the community. Young entrepreneurs will be paired with a GEAR UP Peer Mentor for the day. Any GC student who is at least 8 years old can apply to sell their handcrafted or homemade goods at the market. There will be a 20 vendor max, so apply today to reserve your spot! We encourage all participants to bring their own table and chairs. The Youth Entrepreneurs Market will take place on May 7th 11:00AM-2:00PM at the Lancaster Grand Theatre- in the side parking lot. Click the link below to apply to sell at the market: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScYBAFSwTxdAO0TS_yu_gyQ6s0bhXsE4BFcuTr0tGDYDJld6Q/viewform?usp=sf_link Questions? Contact Amy Whitt (email@example.com) or Sheri Hume (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Garrard County Schools would like congratulate Vivianna Weaver and Miles Terry for being accepted to the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University. Vivianna was also accepted to The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University and will attend Gatton (WKU) in the fall, while Miles will attend Craft (MSU). These students will spend the next two years with other gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors from across the Bluegrass state! Congratulations to these GCHS students!👏🎉
Garrard County Schools would like to congratulate Abigail Keith and Sydney Travis on their acceptance to the Governor's Scholar Program!👏🎉 Today, these students were recognized at GCHS with the support of their families! GSP provides academic and personal growth through the balance of a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience. Truly a great opportunity for these two students!
Garrard County Schools would like to congratulate Sydney Putnam for being accepted into the Governor's School for Entrepreneurs! 👏🎉 GSE participants gain vital entrepreneurial skills through the program to use as they enter the workplace or continue into higher education, 20+ new businesses have already been launched by young alumni of the GSE program. Others have filed for multiple patents and developed new ideas and relationships that sow the seeds for more business formation! A great opportunity for a great GCHS student!
Every(bunny) enjoys Mrs. Denton's Preschool class! 🐰