November 16, 2006 RSS feed / Schools

Student reviews book

This book was about: A puppet named Pinocchio who wouldn't obey and every time he lied his nose would grow longer and longer. One day he promised his owner Geppetto that he would be good. More...

Newton wins newsletter contest

Madison Newton was the newsletter drawing winner for the first nine week grading period. The newsletter which is sent out to parents each nine weeks contains news and information about our school. More...

Superintendent Stephens details county schools in annual report

Only six teachers do not meet 'Highly Qualified' standards

By Kathryn F. Pickard Clarke County Superintendent of Education Gerald Stephens gave his annual report for the school system during the Nov. 2 meeting of the Clarke County Board of Education. More...

Time to reflect on what we have learned

By Kathy Spidle GHES Principal It is hard to believe that November is here. We are about to embark on a busy holiday season. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we know that Christmas comes quickly thereafter. More...

ASA helps sell Boston Butts

The ASA Clover-Buds participated in an area 4-H fundraiser. The area 4-H students sold Boston Butts to help raise funds for activities. The following students sold a total of 31 Boston Butts. More...

GHES a Caring Classroom school

Grove Hill Elementary School was one of 23 classrooms across the nation chosen for the Armed Forces Foundation (AFF) Operation Caring Classrooms. This initiative helps kids come together to remember families who have loved ones deployed overseas. More...

Crosby named Teacher of Year

Last year, Jodey Carpenter, a GHES student, entered Mrs. Crosby's name into the Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year Contest. Out of all the applicants, our Mrs. Crosby WON!!! Mrs. More...