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The 2013 “Don’t Meth with Us” program was presented to all fourth through seventh grade Grundy County elementary students this week. This annual program is provided by the Rotary Club of Grundy County and sponsored by donations from individuals, churches, and businesses in and around Grundy County. During the presentation, Sandy Spies, past president of the Rotary Club and president of S Double A Ranch, described the poisonous ingredients of
The GCHS Drama class would like to invite the Grundy County community to the high school cafeteria on May 16 at 7:00 p.m. to enjoy a play, “Attack Of The Pom-Pom Zombies,” put on by the students. Tickets are $3 per person and children 5 and under are admitted free.
With the Grundy County High School graduation of the Class of 2013 approaching, former graduates wanted to share their graduation day. The GCHS Class of 1949 began on May 5, with an invocation by Rev. R.M. Johnson followed by a salutatory by Nellie Pickett. The song “America, the Beautiful” was sung by the seniors and was followed by Mary Lou Roberts reading “Beyond the Last Mile.” The valedictory by Stella
The Coalmont Elementary School Stage will become a 1931 setting as 12 of the school’s students will bring to life one of the mountain stories penned by beloved local author, May Justus. The theater project’s Director, Catalina Jordan Alvarez, chose and adapted Justus’s book “The Other Side of the Mountain,” with copyright permission granted by the University of Tennessee. This play was initiated as a pilot project by the Grundy
LEAPS students from Coalmont Elementary enjoyed a tour of a private plane owned by former Air Force pilot J.D. Clifton. Five students enjoyed the special tour as a reward for attending a special writing club and then receiving the highest marks on their writing assessment. Pictured (l to r): Emma Childers, Bailee Sweeton, Caitlyn Layne, McKinley Thomas, and BrandonLe Bennett.
April 17 – Elementary Report Card fifth six weeks April 19 – No Students – Professional Development Day April 22-26 – TCAP April 23 – GCHS Progress Report May 2 – Elementary Progress Report May 7-9 – EOC Exams – GCHS May 23 – Graduation – ½ day administration – No Students May 24 – Abbreviated Day 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.) Potential Make Up Days: April 19; May 28 and
Ms. Holly Bryan of Pelham Elementary School was recently chosen for the Golden Apple Award. During her career of 32 years teaching she has placed her “thumb and heart print” on so many futures. Everyone at Pelham School is very proud of her.