On behalf of the Gilchrist County School District, we would like to congratulate this year’s valedictorians and salutatorians! BHS Valedictorian: Molly O’Sullivan THS Valedictorian: Trevor Noyes BHS Salutatorian: Alexis Weeks THS Salutatorian: Sarah Johnson Great job to all of you. You should be proud of this accomplishment.
The Gilchrist County School District is celebrating Literacy Week! How are you encouraging your child to read? We'll share some tips this week!
Our character trait for the month of February is resourcefulness. Being resourceful means to make wise use of the true value of all assets. People who are resourceful can achieve more with less.
Remember to come out this Saturday to help support the Gilchrist County Education Foundation Walk-a-Thon! Plan to arrive at the Courthouse at 9am, and the walking will start at 10am. See you there!
Happy Friday! Did you notice that you can access Documents in our new app? Everything from our Student Handbook to Time Sheets for teachers is available. Check it out!
Did you notice that you can access school lunch menus in our new app?? Just select your school (building icon in upper right) and then select "Menu" (icon in upper left that looks like three lines).
Schools participated today in a Statewide Tornado Drill. Severe Weather Week is an opportunity to educate students about all types of severe weather. We want our students to know how to stay safe!
Congratulations to our 2017-18 District Teacher of the Year Jennifer Wingate and District Employee of the Year KayLee Beauchamp! We appreciate the hard work and dedication of these deserving individuals.
2016-17 graduation rates were recently released by the Florida Dept of Education. Gilchrist County’s rate of 93.4% was once again the highest in the state! Congratulations Gilchrist County Schools!!
Congratulations to our Teachers of the Year and Employees of the Year! BHS- TOY Johnnie Cook & EOY Pam Powell BES- TOY Rani Rhodes & EOY Tammy White THS - TOY Jennifer Wingate & EOY KayLee Beauchamp TES - TOY Tanya Rood & EOY Donna Watson DO - EOY Jennifer Terry
Superintendent Rob Rankin is in Tallahassee today meeting with Representative Chuck Clemons on funding and projects for Gilchrist County Schools. We appreciate the hard work Representative Clemons is doing for the students, schools, and citizens of Gilchrist County.
Power has been restored at THS. Thank you for your patience
Parents: Please remember that Report Cards for the 2nd 9 Weeks grading period will be going home today. Please check your child's backpack and contact your child's teacher with any questions.
Attention Parents: All Gilchrist County Schools will be open today as scheduled. Although there have been some early morning power outages in Trenton, TES now has power and THS will have power very soon.
School resumes for students on January 9. Happy New Year!
Our character trait for the month of January is PUNCTUALITY. Punctuality is "showing respect for other people and their time." People who are punctual arrive on time, plan for unexpected delays, and think of their impact on others. Let's all practice punctuality!
The District Spelling Bee was held today at Trenton Elementary. Congratulations Chrissy Franks from THS! Next up - Tallahassee in February to represent Gilchrist County in the Regional Spelling Bee.
Remember that report cards for the first 9 week grading period will be going home on Thursday, October 26th. Please check your child's backpack, and contact teachers if you have any questions.
The School Board has approved changes to the school calendar due to missed days during Hurricane Irma. The following days will be full, regular school days: • 10/20/17 • 11/10/17 • 12/18/17