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Education

  • Summer feeding program serves over 11,000 meals

     

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    Grant County Schools’ summer feeding programs distributed 11,751 meals over a 41-day summer from June 1 through July 26, and then some. 

  • Former Columbine principal talks to Grant staff

     

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    Each and every day Frank DeAngelis thinks about April 20, 1999 — a tragic day filled with gunfire and bloodshed etched in the mind of the former Columbine High School principal. 

  • GC Schools alters grading scale

     

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    Students in the Grant County School District will see a new grading scale for the 2019-20 school year.

    The new scale was recently approved by the Grant County School Board. Under the scale, a grade of a 90 to 100 is an A, 80 to 89 is a B, 70 to 79 is a C, 60 to 69 is a D, 59 and below is a F and an I is an incomplete grade.

  • GC Braves Bash kicks off Aug. 10

     

  • Grant schools pass procedure for students, staff deaths

     

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    Grant County Board of Education adopted a new procedure addressing the way the district will handle memorials for deceased students and staff members. 

  • Mason-Corinth hires new principal

    Mason-Corinth Elementary recently hired Todd Moody as its new principal. 

    Moody, who was Williamstown High School’s band director two decades ago, said he’s excited to return to the community where he started his teaching career. 

  • Grant County students awarded Farm Bureau scholarship

     

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    Five recent high school graduates from Grant County are recipients of scholarships from Grant County Farm Bureau. In partnership with the County Farm Bureaus, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation awarded more than $460,000 this year to deserving students from across the Commonwealth.

  • GCMS offers Summer Tribe Nights

     

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    This summer Grant County Middle School is providing all kinds of activities for students through the Summer Tribe Nights program.

  • Williamstown Schools hires first full-time K-12 athletic director

    Williamstown Independent Schools is investing in its first-ever full-time athletic director for elementary through high school sports.

    The district recently hired Roger Newton, who spent last year as the athletic director, head boys basketball coach and physical eduction teacher at Augusta Independent Schools.

    The hire came after long-time high school athletic director Tommy West retired from Williamstown at the end of the 2018-19 school year.

  • Transportation Cabinet awards engineering scholarship to Grant County graduate

     

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    Benjamin Spratt, a 2019 graduate of Grant County High School, has been selected to receive a full scholarship from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) to pursue a civil engineering degree at Western Kentucky University.