Cadet Kilian Altman of Corinth received a $5,000 scholarship to attend Forest Hill Military Academy in Millersburg from the Twenty-First Scholarship Fund. The Twenty-First Scholarship Fund is designed to aid select students to attend Forest Hill Academy.

    The award was made based on application to Forest Hill Academy, need, citizenship, ability, and demonstrated work ethic.
    Altman hopes to attend the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington or WestPoint in New York.

    Altman is the son of Melissa Altman of Corinth.


  • Star Students

    Gabriel Paloma is the WES Head Start a.m. Student of the Week. He is in Pam Mullin’s and Janet Griffith’s class. “He has great manners and is a great classroom helper,” Mullins said. His favorite thing to do as a family is to take a walk.


    Bowling makes Dean’s List at GCTC
    Karen Bowling has been named to the Dean’s List at Gateway Community and Technical College for the 2012 fall semester.
    To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must attain a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.


  • Star Students

    Chase Courtney is the WES Head Start a.m. Student of the Week. He is in Pam Mullin’s and Janet Griffith’s class. His favorite thing about school is going to the gym. His favorite book is  the Curious George Christmas book. His favorite thing to do as a family is go to the park.

  • Williamstown Middle School Culture Fair

    Williamstown-Grant Preschool
    sets open enrollment

    The Grant County-Williamstown Head Start/Preschool will have open enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. by appointment only. The dates are April 18, April 23, April 25, April 30 and May 2. Eligibility is determined by state and federal guidelines. Universal screening for all children. For more information, contact the program at 824-4174.

    Williamstown Band Boosters to host
    Taste of Williamstown on May 11

  • Got talent? GCMS does

    The Grant County Middle School students recently showed their skills at the GCMS Talent Show.

    The performing artists included dance, gymnastics, singing, guitar playing and the drums in their routines. The winners were:

    • Entertainer of the Year (Top
    Performance) – Shane Drew

    • Singing Solo– Haley Bryan
    Second place – Alvin Morris
    Third place – Tie  Devany Stroude and Carley Renee Thomas

  • GCMS students learn science is entertaining, useful

    The Grant County Middle School the annual science fair and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineeering and Mathematics) night recently. The goal was to incorporate science, technology, engineering and math and to inform the students of careers that have some of those elements in them and to engage the students in activities in each area.

  • Williamstown participates in Digital Learning Day

    Williamstown teachers, staff and even a few students got technologically advanced as part of Digital Learning Day.
    The national campaign that shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in classrooms took place Feb. 6.