Educating youth about the importance and functionality of county government is a goal of the K.E.Y. program and activity guide to be released at a presentation at 9 a.m., Monday, Oct. 27 at Clarkson Elementary School in Clarkson.
The Lawler Fall Festival will offer up fun for families on Friday, October 24.Games, booths, even a haunted house, all from 5 p.m. until 7 pm.
With local school scores coming home, the Grayson County School system hope to help parents make sense of the every-changing state-wide scoring system under the Unbridled Learning initiative.
Mexican culture came knocking on the door of Caneyville Elementary during a recent week of cultural exploration.
Engineers spend years learning to design solutions to current and even future problems. At Caneyville Elementary, Billie Jennings' fourth grade students are already getting a taste of the engineering life.
The statewide school testing scores are in for 2013, and the Grayson County School District was awarded a 'proficient' status, and ranked in the 78th percentile, ahead of the state average.
Jessica Hughes, a GCHS senior, has been named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
H.W. Wilkey Elementary School in Leitchfield has kicked off its third year of an early childhood learning program this fall with funding from Toyota manufacturing operations in Kentucky. Called United Way Born Learning® Academies, driven by...
GCMS 7th graders recently had a unique opportunity to learn about agriculture as the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's Mobile Science Activity Centers (MSAC) visited for a three-day experience.
Ten students have been selected for the American Choral Directors Jr. High All-State Choir, the most ever from Grayson County Schools.
Dr. Linda Mayhew began her mathematics teaching career somewhat reluctantly.She wanted to be a concert pianist, “but they were giving away better math scholarships,” she said.
Thomas Walton has been selected as the student of the month at GCHS for the month of August. Mrs. Ashlee Basham nominated him primarily because of his great attitude. She had great things to say about Walton.
“You all have dreams and aspirations. I encourage you to follow your dreams, do your best, and work your hardest,” Chad Patterson told a gathering of Grayson County Middle School eight-graders on Thursday morning.