Mrs. Workman's first graders worked hard to create beautiful Christmas tree sun catchers.
4th graders had fun reviewing water tension by using wax paper and water to make Christmas trees.
Come join PTO tomorrow, December 10, for the Holiday Expo. The Expo will be in the cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Santa is coming at 2 p.m.! Come shop with local vendors. There will even be a chance to win prizes.
Congrats to all the Spelling Bee participants as well as the winner, Piper, and runner-up Camdyn.
Congratulations to November Pirate Boy, JT Williams and Pirate Girl, Chaya Thiab.
Mrs. Williams’ kindergarten intervention group loves using the Fluency and Fitness site to work on their letter recognition.
Ms. King’s class enjoyed making pictures using the Tangram pieces.
Please join us tomorrow, Thursday, December 1st, 7:15-8:00 a.m., during student drop off. Student Council members will be passing out hot chocolate to show our appreciation for our families! No need to even get out of your car!
Happy Thanksgiving Break - November 21 -25!
Greenbrier County Schools will operate on a 3-HOUR DELAY TODAY, Thursday, November 17, due to inclement weather.
CALENDAR REMINDER: Tuesday, December 20, is the last school day before the holiday break. Wednesday, December 21, is a Professional Learning & Faculty Senate Day for staff. The winter break begins Thursday, December 22, and runs through Monday, January 2. School reconvenes on Tuesday, January 3. Enjoy a restful holiday break!
5th graders, JT Williams and Asher Jones worked with Mrs. Richmond to teach a lesson on being thankful to Ms. Lockhart’s 2nd grade class. JT read the students a book and then they made thankful leaves to go on the thankful tree. Ms. Lockhart says the students enjoyed it and were very quiet and respectful.
The following students have been selected as the winner for the Elks National Hoop Shoot Contest held at Frankford Elementary. Below are the winners for the different age groups: Boys/ Girls Ages 8-9: Parker Herndon/ Raelynn Roberts, 10-11: Michael Boothe/ Sienna Hamons The contest will continue Saturday, December 10th beginning at 8:30 am at Frankford Elementary School. Congratulations!!!!
We love getting to see the parrots on the AR board after the ending of the first 9 weeks. Keep reading students!!!!
The second grade students enjoyed their visit from Jacob Masters from The Greenbrier Valley Theatre’s Acting it Out Program. He worked with the students on parts of speech. The students loved interacting with him.
GCS is proud to partner with the WVSU Extension Service, Children's Home Society, and Greenbrier County Family Support Center to present the Healthy Grandfamilies Resource Fair at The Marvel Center in Rupert on Monday, November 14, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
We celebrated our Veterans today with our annual Veteran's Day Program. Veterans were invited to have lunch with the students and then stay for the program. We thank each of you who spent the day with us.
Greenbrier County Schools reminds families that schools will be closed on Tuesday, November 8, in observance of Election Day and Friday, November 11, in observance of Veterans Day. Please remember continuation of the school levy is on the ballot.
5th grade students enjoyed working on their ecosystem research projects and posters.
Please remember that continuation of the school levy is on the election ballot. The levy supports school security (including police officers in all schools), art & music programs; instructional materials & supplies; capital improvements; facility maintenance & repairs; personnel outside the school aid formula; and maintains employee benefits. Early voting ends Friday, November 5. Schools are closed on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8.