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Hailey Stallings Signs to Run Cross Country with Campbellsville University
Senior Hailey Stallings (bottom middle) signed to run track and cross country with Campbellsville University in the fall of 2019.   
2017-2018 Yearbooks Are Here!
Come pick yours up in room 43!
Emery Crume Signs to Run Track and Cross Country at KWC
Senior Emery Crume (bottom middle) signed to run track and cross country with Kentucky Wesleyan College in the fall of 2019. 
Luke Henderson Signs to Fish at Campbellsville University
Senior Luke Henderson (bottom right) signed with Campbellsville University to join their fishing team in the fall of 2019. 
Spotlight on Family and Consumer Sciences
Did you know that in the state of Kentucky there are over 40 jobs in the Family and Consumer Services field?
Check out the video below to know more! 
Underclassmen Picture Retakes
Underclassmen Retakes will take place Tuesday, November 27.
Honor Your Senior by Purchasing a Senior Ad in the 2018-19 Yearbook!
Parents and Guardians:
See the attached PDF for information on how to purchase a senior ad for your child in the 2018-19 yearbook.
Don't miss your chance to publish your well wishes and memories for your child!
Senior ads are due NO LATER than Friday, November 2, 2018. 
August Students of the Month
The following students were selected as the August Students of the Month:
(Left to right, back row) Chandler Dennison, nominated by Mr. Weedman; Travis Wieland, nominated by Mr. Powell; Gavin Childress, nominated by Mrs. Vincent.
(Left to right, front row) Hallie Armstrong, nominated by Mrs. Willis; Marinah Akridge, nominated by Mr. Chapman; and Gracyn Cook, nominated by Mrs. Galloway.
Students of the Month are treated to a free catered lunch and their picture is posted in the lunch room. Students can receive Student of the Month when teachers send home a PAWS card about their good behavior, citizenship, or work in class.
McCrady Accepted into WKU Doctoral Program
GCHS English teacher Gail Tomes McCrady of Caneyville has earned acceptance into the Western Kentucky University Doctoral Program in Post-Secondary Educational Leadership, which provides a doctorate Ed.D in education.
McCrady has taught for 34 years at WKU, ECTC, SKY KCTCS, Mead County KCTCS, and North Hardin (Radcliff), both face-to-face and online. At GCHS she currently field a schedule of dual credit classes which includes English 101, 102, and Speech Communication.
Her specialty areas of research emphasis include: Benoit's Image Repair Theory, Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Crisis Management Plans, and Crisis Response Theories and is in her third cohort of classes. Dissertation emphasis will focus on ACT success with Response to Intervention (RTI).
She is the wife of Kenny McCrady and the daughter of John R. and Diana Tomes of Caneyville. 
Mooneyhan Awarded State Classroom Grant

GCHS Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Cody Mooneyhan was awarded a $500 Jewell Dean Ellis grant during the KY Association of Teachers for Family and Consumer Science (KATFACS) summer conference.

This was the second year for the competitive award, which was established to ensure classrooms could be kept up to date with new equipment which may fall outside typical federal funding guidelines. Mooneyhan plans to update her classroom’s cookware so students can learn and hone their culinary skills with additional real-world equipment and tools.

Decorative GCHS Makes Best High School List for Fourth Year in a Row
Grayson County High School has been named one of U.S. News & World Report’s Best High Schools, Bronze for the fourth year in a row. Fewer than 30% of schools nationwide earn the “Best” badge each year, which is widely recognized as a symbol of excellence in education. 

According to the publication’s website, rankings evaluate public high schools nationwide to identify those that best serve all of their students. Those making the list excel in three main areas: exceeding expectations on state proficiency tests, offering challenging coursework, and student graduation. Students from nationally recognized schools graduate at rates that are 12 percentage points higher, on average, than students at other schools throughout the country.
Customized GCHS Polo Shirt Get your official Grayson County Cougar gear now from Jostens school store
GCHS and Jostens have teamed up to provide Cougar supporters with all the logoed Cougar gear you’ll ever need for men, women and the kids. You’ll find caps, t-shirts, hoodies, sweats, pants, polos and much more in all sizes. Better yet, it doesn’t matter if you buy one item or 20, you can personalize anything with a variety of designs and colors. And, the best news, for each item purchased, GCHS will receive a portion of the proceeds to be used to reward students for achievements in academics, clubs, athletics, attitude and enthusiasm. It’s a great way to show your Cougar Pride and help our achieving Cougar students at the same time! Visit the Josten's School Store today!
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