Gordon County Schools students enjoyed an exceptional day at the Calhoun Stockyards, joining peers from various school systems across north Georgia to explore the diverse aspects of the cattle industry. We extend our gratitude to Adam Williams (and the entire Williams family) for generously offering this unique educational opportunity to our local agriculture students. #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
about 2 hours ago, Gordon County Schools
a group of students smile
two students smile for a picture
Belwood Elementary School Principal, Ms. Monica Holt, recently took time to engage with students in Ms. Murry's Pre-K class through reading. All BES staff are dedicated to cultivating a caring educational atmosphere, advocating for the development of early literacy abilities, and nurturing a sense of curiosity and lifelong learning in all students. #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
about 2 hours ago, Gordon County Schools
A principal reads to students
students sit on a rug and smile
A principal reads to students
To honor Homecoming Week at Gordon Central High School, the spirited students from W.L. Swain Elementary School wholeheartedly immersed themselves in the festivities, participating in the Homecoming dress-up day with the exciting theme "Superhero Day." Don't forget to stay tuned to their page, along with all the other schools within the GCHS community, for additional photo updates both today and throughout the week! As the GCHS students and community actively embrace the week-long celebrations in anticipation of Homecoming, we extend a warm invitation for you to share your own photos with us in the comments section each day!
about 6 hours ago, Gordon County Schools
a group of kids dressed as superheroes smile for a picture
a group of kids dressed as superheroes smile for a picture
a group of kids dressed as superheroes smile for a picture
a group of kids dressed as superheroes smile for a picture
We are working hard to ensure all of the students in our school system have the resources they need. It could be for a child needing a new pair of shoes or snacks for after school. We are partnering with Purposity to make it easy for our community to help meet those needs. Interested in helping out? What do you need to do? 1. Go to purposity.com/@gordoncountyschools. 2. Follow our page. 3. Meet a need today! #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
1 day ago, Gordon County Schools
Blue graphic that states "would you help iif a student in your child's class had holes in their shoes? purposity.com is how you help" There is also a QR code that says "scan to get started"
In the month of September, the Gordon County Schools Sheriff's Office has been dedicated to implementing the C.H.A.M.P.S. program in all our elementary schools. With Lieutenant Brian Brannon leading the way, students have enthusiastically embraced the C.H.A.M.P.S. program, had a lot of fun, learned about the program, and gained an understanding of the importance in making informed decisions. #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
1 day ago, Gordon County Schools
a girl smiles for a picture
a girl smiles for a picture
an officer hands a marker to a student
an officer helps a student with her work
In celebration of Homecoming Week at Gordon Central High School, the spirited students of Tolbert Elementary School enthusiastically joined in the festivities by taking part in the Homecoming dress-up day themed "Country Club vs. Country Camo." Make sure you keep an eye on their page (and all the schools in the GCHS community) as they post more pictures today and throughout the week! As the GCHS students and community engage in the week-long celebrations leading up to Homecoming, we invite you to share your own pictures with us in the comments below each day! #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
1 day ago, Gordon County Schools
a group of students smile together
a group of students smile together
a group of students and a teacher smile together
a group of students smile together
šŸšØ Attention all job seekers! Gordon County Schools is on the lookout for dedicated and passionate individuals to join our team as BUS DRIVERS! Are you ready to steer your career in an exciting direction? Here's your chance to make a difference every day and become an essential part of the Gordon County community. Why choose us? āœ… Competitive Pay āœ… Sign-On Incentives āœ… Flexible Hours āœ… Excellent Benefits āœ… Supportive Team āœ… Impacting Young Lives Ready to take the wheel? Visit www.gcbe.org/gcsemployment to learn more and APPLY TODAY to get on board with Gordon! Let's drive towards a brighter future together! #GetOnBoardWithGordon #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
3 days ago, Gordon County Schools
three girls stand on a bus holding a sign that says "will you be our bus driver?" - the rest of the graphic says "our students need you - apply today at www.gcbe.org/gcsemployment"
We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you for joining us for our Grandparents' Lunches at each of our schools. Your presence filled our halls with warmth and joy, creating cherished memories for both our students and staff. Your support and involvement in our school community are truly invaluable, and we appreciate the love and wisdom you bring into our lives. Thank you for being such an essential part of our extended school family! #GCSTogetherWeThrive #GoCoSchools
4 days ago, Gordon County Schools
an adult smiles with a student
an adult smiles with a student
an adult smiles with a student
two adults smile with a student
A big round of applause and congratulations are in order for Sonoraville High School junior, Lily Holton, a talented pitcher for the Phoenix Softball team. Last Thursday, during the exciting home game against Cedartown, Lily achieved a remarkable milestone by recording her 100th career strikeout. We are incredibly proud of her outstanding achievement, and it's a testament to her dedication and skill on the field. Way to go, Lily! šŸ„³šŸ„ŽšŸ‘ #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
5 days ago, Gordon County Schools
a softball pitcher winds up
šŸšØ Attention all job seekers! Gordon County Schools is on the lookout for dedicated and passionate individuals to join our team as BUS DRIVERS! Are you ready to steer your career in an exciting direction? Here's your chance to make a difference every day and become an essential part of the Gordon County community. Why choose us? āœ… Competitive Pay āœ… Sign-On Incentives āœ… Flexible Hours āœ… Excellent Benefits āœ… Supportive Team āœ… Impacting Young Lives Ready to take the wheel? Visit www.gcbe.org/gcsemployment to learn more and APPLY TODAY to get on board with Gordon! Let's drive towards a brighter future together! #GetOnBoardWithGordon #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
6 days ago, Gordon County Schools
a little girl smiles while holding a sign that says "will you be my bus driver?" the wording below states "our students need you! apply today at www.gcbe.org/gcsemployment"
LOOK, LISTEN, AND LEARN TOUR: Yesterday, Gordon County Schools' Board of Education members embarked on an immersive Look, Listen, and Learn Tour visiting each of our middle and high schools. During these visits, our board members interacted with students, faculty, and administrators, gaining valuable insights into the strengths of our schools and identifying opportunities for growth. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to the Gordon County School Nutrition team for treating us to a delectable lunch at Gordon Central High School! #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
7 days ago, Gordon County Schools
an adult smiles while surrounded by others
two adults speak to students
an adult helps a student
adult help students with assignments
Yesterday, a group of dedicated CTAE teachers from Gordon County Schools embarked on a journey to the University of Georgia, where they eagerly participated in a specialized training session aimed at enhancing their skills in managing and sustaining effective advisory councils. We are so proud of their commitment to providing valuable support and guidance to their students to ensure their educational success and growth. L to R: Daniel Worley (WBL GC), Shelia Johnson (Graphic Design GCCCA), Josh Boydston (Ag. SHS), Andrea Walraven (WBL SHS), and Sarah Chance (Ag. GC). #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
7 days ago, Gordon County Schools
a group of adults stand together by a sign that says "go dawgs"
We're delighted to announce that this week, several of our schools are eagerly opening their doors to host grandparents for special Grandparents Lunches! It's a heartwarming opportunity to celebrate family connections and create lasting memories. Check out some of the awesome lunch guests we spied at Red Bud Elementary School today! Going to a grandparents lunch this week? Share your pictures with us in the comments below! #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
8 days ago, Gordon County Schools
two grandparents smile with their grand daughter
a grandparent smiles with her grandchildren
grandparents smile together at a lunch with a child
a man smiles with his granddaughter in front of a lunch tray
On Saturday, the Red Bud Middle Lady Phoenix softball team completed their season finishing Region Runner-Up to a solid Rockmart Middle School team in the BGMSAA Region tournament. With an overall record of 15-5, these girls competed hard in the tournament, beating Calhoun Middle School 13-1 in 4 innings and Cartersville 14-4 in 5 innings. Since winning the Championship in 2018, this was the fifth season in a row that RBMS has made it to the Region Championship game! Congratulations ladies!! We are proud of these girls and look forward to continuing success in the future! (photo credit: Tiffany Marie Photography; not pictured: Kaitlyn Crow). #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
8 days ago, Gordon County Schools
the red bud middle school softball team and their coaches
Gordon County Schools is delighted to announce that our very own Director of Early Learning and Elementary Education, Beth Herod, was recently featured on the esteemed Classroom Conversations Podcast. Presented jointly by the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Public Broadcasting, this podcast serves as a platform for insightful discussions on important educational topics. In her engaging conversation with podcast host Ashley Mengwasser, Beth Herod shared her wealth of expertise and insights into early learning and elementary education. Her passion for fostering innovative and effective teaching methods shone through as she discussed various strategies and initiatives aimed at enhancing the educational experience for our young learners. To listen to Beth Herod's enlightening conversation on Classroom Conversations when it airs, please visit the podcast at https://www.gpb.org/education/classroom-conversations #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
8 days ago, Gordon County Schools
two adults talking on microphones smile for a picture
two adults talking on microphones smile for a picture
We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all of you for actively participating in our conference days. Your presence and engagement mean the world to us, and it's truly a pleasure to have you involved in our classrooms. As a friendly reminder, tomorrow will be an at-home learning day for all Gordon County Schools students! Once again, thank you all for your dedication to your students's education and for being such an integral part of our school community. Together, we will thrive! #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
12 days ago, Gordon County Schools
a mother sits with her sons
Exciting News: Introducing RBMS' Brand-New Outdoor Classroom! We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to Red Bud Middle - a fantastic outdoor classroom, courtesy of a remarkable young individual, Kaleb King. Kaleb, an alumnus of RBMS and currently a 9th grader at Sonoraville High, took on the task of bringing this outdoor educational space to life as his Eagle Scout Project. Kaleb's dedication and hard work knew no bounds. From conceptualizing the design to securing the necessary funds, and then assembling and installing the classroom, he led every step of the way. His commitment to this project has been nothing short of exceptional. Thank you to Mr. Timms and Mr. Moore for your unwavering support and commitment to the success of the outdoor classroom project. #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
12 days ago, Gordon County Schools
Kaleb King, Mr. Timms and Mr. Moore
Kaleb King, Chad Moore and Justin Timms stand in the outdoor classroom
the new outdoor RBMS classroom
ANNUAL TITLE I MEETINGS: We're thrilled to continue to host our series of upcoming Title I meetings at all of our elementary and middle schools. Last night, Swain Elementary set the stage with their fantastic turnout, and we can't wait to see our community members at the upcoming events! Your participation is vital in shaping the future of our schools. Stay tuned for more information and let's continue to work together for our students' success! #GoCoSchools #GCSTogetherWeThrive
13 days ago, Gordon County Schools
A flyer that states "What is Title I ? Title I, Part A is a federally funded program under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). It is designed to support state and local school reform efforts tied to challenging state academic standards in order to reinforce and amplify efforts to improve teaching and learning for students furthest from meeting state standards. What is the Annual Title I Meeting?  The purpose of this meeting is to provide our parents, families, and stakeholders with information about our Title I Program and your right to be involved in your child's education. " The flyer contains each schools logo and information about the upcoming date and time.
Last night, the Board of Education recognized Ashton Henson, a bright and dedicated student from Gordon Central High School, for his outstanding achievement in being selected to serve on the Georgia School Board Association (GSBA) Youth Advisory Council. Ashton's accomplishment is a testament to his exceptional leadership and dedication to making a positive impact in his community. Ashton's selection as a member of the GSBA Youth Advisory Council is a remarkable milestone, not only for him but also for Gordon County Schools. He has become the first student from our district to earn this prestigious position. The GSBA Youth Advisory Council plays a vital role in advocating for student perspectives in shaping educational policies and initiatives across the state of Georgia. Ashton's presence on this council undoubtedly contributes to thoughtful and informed decision-making processes that benefit students and educators alike. Congratulations, Ashton, on this well-deserved recognition. We are proud to have you represent Gordon County Schools on the GSBA Youth Advisory Council!
14 days ago, Gordon County Schools
the gordon county schools board of edcuation stands together with ashton henson and brian hall for a group photo
We are excited to bring you another exciting edition of the Gordon County Schools Connection: A Monthly Community Newsletter. The September edition highlights upcoming GCS events, students, programs, and achievements. You don't want to miss it! View the newsletter here: https://5il.co/24e3z
18 days ago, Gordon County Schools
CIRCLES WITH THE WORDS GCS CONNECTION AND THE GORDON COUNTY SCHOOLS LOGO