• Adjustment to all-day kindergarten going well

    Worn-out children have transitioned to wide-eyed learners by the end of the first year of all-day kindergarten at Grant County and Williamstown schools.

    Both school districts began all-day kindergarten classes in August, and, despite an adjustment period, teachers believe the change has paid off.

  • Dry Ridge Elementary

    Dry Ridge Elementary is serious about getting children to read.

    That’s what prompted the hallways to become a canvas for nursery rhymes and fairy tales.

    Daniel Pagan, special education teacher at DRE, and Sarah Campbell, parent of a second grade student, have spent numerous hours after school working to transform the plain gray and white walls into works of art.

    The project started with the talking phase in November with actual paint to wall in February.

  • Goodrich named April YPA winner

     The Youth Performance Award winner for April is Ashley Goodrich, a senior at Grant County High School.

    Goodrich, 17, is the daughter of Kimberly and Jim Goodrich of Corinth.

  • Noteworthy Accomplishments


    Haines earns degree 

  • Grant County Schools celebrate Cinco de Mayo

     To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, English as a Second Language (ESL) students had a party at the Grant County Library.

    Sherman Elementary third grader Olivia Valdovinos pours homemade orchata. 

  • Turner graduates from Thomas More College

    Patricia Dawn Turner of Union, will be graduating from Thomas More College May 16. She will be receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. She will also receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. She is member of Theta Phi Alpha Sorority. She is also a member of the Psi Chi National Honor Society in psychology.

    Turner is a 2005 graduate of Grant County High School.

    She is the daughter of Charles Turner of Corinth and Tamra Turner of Union.

  • Upcoming Events

    GCHS hosts Tractor Day

    The Grant County High School FFA will be sponsoring Tractor Day May 8.

    Members will be driving their tractors to Grant County High School the morning of May 8. Judging of the classes will occur at 3:30 p.m.

    There will be slow moving vehicles on the roads Friday from 6 to 8 a.m. and again from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Please be cautious, patient and drive safe. Grant County High School hopes to make this a recurring event for the students and community.

    Williamstown holds fundraiser

  • Noteworthy Accomplishments

    Adams inducted into Beta Pi Tau chapter

    Joan Adams was inducted into the Beta Pi Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Gateway Community and Tech College on April 24.

  • Perrin set to travel down under

    Megan Perrin is excited to graduate from Grant County High School, but at the same time, she’s excited about what awaits her once she’s done with high school.

    Perrin will travel to Australia and New Zealand on June 11 as part of the People to People program. To take part in the program, Perrin was nominated by a teacher from Grant County Middle School.

    “When I heard about it, I was so excited because I thought I got a free trip, but you have to go through an interview process,” Perrin said. “I was super excited that I was chosen.”

  • Students earn first with robotic skills

    On May 2, Grant County Schools had six teams compete in the STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) Robotics Competition (RCX Robo Challenge Xtreme) at Georgetown College. Teams from Crittenden-Mount Zion Elementary, Dry Ridge Elementary, Mason-Corinth Elementary, Sherman Elementary, Grant County Middle School and Grant County High School were represented at this regional competition.