Huge congratulations to our Frankford Archery team on their 2nd place win at the Greenbrier Archery Invitational Tournament this past Sunday.
Hot and fresh cinnamon rolls, right out of the oven for breakfast this morning!
More students have been out enjoying nature and getting some miles in on Rails to Trails.
Today is Student Council Election Day! Good luck to all of the candidates. Here is a sample of all the amazing campaign posters displayed at school.
Look at these 5th graders working on their archery skills in P.E. Frankford is blessed to have archery in our school.
The kindergartners are all settled in with their daily routines and even had a little share time this morning.
Students in the third grade pretended to be the fourth pig with a mission to build a house that would withstand the big bad wolf. They planned what materials they wanted to use and then worked on their designs. Finally, they tested their structures to see if they were able to withstand the wind.
Kindergarteners enjoying a Scholastic News dance break.
We hope everyone had a fun and relaxing weekend. As you all know, we are once again participating in the Rails to Trails and Pirate Tales program. Enjoy time on the Greenbrier River Trail with your friends and family between now and November 6th. Make sure to send your completed paper in to Mrs. Anderson so she can keep track of the miles our students are getting. We look forward to seeing those pictures!
We are so excited to have our Pre-K students with us today. The pirate family is now complete!
GCS extends a super special warm welcome to our Pre-K students on their first school day! Here's to an exciting year of exploration, fun, and learning. You've got this!
We are so excited that our kindergarteners joined us today!
Welcome to kindergarten! Here's to an exciting year of fun learning opportunities, new friends, and educational adventures!
We have had an amazing first week back to school. We look forward to seeing our Kindergarteners on Tuesday, September 5th and our Pre Schoolers on Thursday, September 7th. Everyone have a safe and happy Labor Day weekend!
Greenbrier County Schools reminds families that schools will be closed on Monday, September 4, in observance of Labor Day.
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Students in 3rd grade learned about being a good teammate and working together during an activity where they had to save Fred the worm.
Please help keep our kids safe! In WV, it is illegal to pass a school bus while the school bus stop-arm is extended and the red lights are flashing. Motorists should come to a complete stop in front of and behind a school bus when the red lights are flashing, and the stop-arm is extended. Motorists may begin moving only when the red flashing lights are turned off, the stop-arm is withdrawn, and the bus starts to move. When yellow flashing lights are active, the bus is preparing to stop to load or unload children. Motorists should slow down and prepare to stop. Although the school bus is one of the safest modes of transportation, illegal school bus passing is a deadly risk to bus riders and their caretakers.
PRE-K - 3 BUS REMINDER: A parent or their designee must be at the bus stop for both pickup and delivery of all kindergarten through third-grade students. If the parent elects to designate another adult or sibling (grades 6 –12), a written request to the transportation department listing all approved names is required.
We were so excited to welcome our 1st-5th grade students back today!