At GES Green Top, we offer our students optimum learning experiences. In the Discovery Lab, our hands-on science lab, the instruction includes activities, experiments, and the latest advances in technology.
Basic, supplementary, and remedial courses enable every student to excel. The walls have been transformed into teaching tools through the use of timelines, sculptures, and paintings in Walls That Teach.
General, pre-college, and technological needs are met with a broad range of concentrated instruction in preparation for the global world. GHS also boasts award-winning band, Visions, and NNDCC programs for the pursuit of artistic goals.
The Grenada High School Marching Band won their 72nd Grand Championship at the Gibson County Marching Invitational in Tennessee recently. The contest included bands from Tennessee, Mississippi, and Kentucky. The show, called "Erendira - Warrior Princess" is an intricate blend of musical interpretation.
Programming an iPad
Kidzeum director Melanie Williams (center) shows elementary students how to use programming on an iPad to move their model windmill in the
Kidzeum's new Kidz Tech room.
View High Hopes Adopt-a-School discounts from area businesses for the benefit of teachers and staff of Grenada School District
GSD is applying for a 21st Century Grant for preK-5;
GSD has received a 21st Century Grant for grades 6-12;
To review or comment contact Central Office
FREE SKILLS CLASSES THIS FALL
available for grades 6-12-
Tutoring and Skills classes include Podcasting/Music Production, Photoshop/Media Design, Pottery/Ceramics, Urban Agriculture/Archery, Weightlifting/Law Enforcement, Building Trades (9-12 only), Automotive/Welding (9-12 only), and Culinary Arts (9-12 only). (Principals will select ALL tutoring and Weightlifting/Law Enforcement students.)
All classes will include free snacks and bus transportation home.For info, contact GMS or GHS principal or call the Parent Center at 227-3370. (If your class fills up, we will put you on a waiting list.) SIGN UP TODAY!!!!!
Discovery Lab Owl Pellet Dissection
Owl pellets are
balls of undigestible
material such as bones, fur, and teeth that
owls cough up regularly as part of their
digestive process. The students were
invited to dissect the pellets as an extension
of their classroom science lesson.
"The owl pellet dissection is a great
opportunity for our fifth grade students
to gain a real-life understanding of how
food chains work," said Discovery Lab
director Taylor Buchanan.
Though some students were at first
wary of the spit-up pellets, they became
intrigued when they were able to identify
different animal bones. As they picked
bones out of the mushy brown pellets, a
skeleton began to form, and the students
were able to reconstruct what the owl
Grenada School District is dedicated to excellence so that each child reaches their maximum potential within a safe learning environment while providing a comprehensive educational program that fosters the academic, physical, social, and emotional growth of all students. More info.
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