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 and Visions programs for the pursuit of artistic goals.
GSD is applying for a 21st Century Grant for grades preK-5;
GSD has received a 21st Century Grant for grades 6-8;
To review or comment contact Lynne Russell at Central Office
FREE SKILLS CLASSES THIS SUMMER
are available for grades 6-12 June 3-28, 2019 from 8:00am-12:00pm.
Tutoring and Skills classes include Podcasting/Music Production, Photoshop/Media Design, Pottery/Ceramics, Urban Agriculture/Archery, Weightlifting/Law Enforcement, Building Trades (Grades 9-12 only), Automotive/Welding (Grades 9-12 only), and Culinary Arts (Grades 9-12 only). (Principals will select ALL tutoring and Weightlifting/Law Enforcement students.)
All classes will include free snacks and bus transportation to school and back home. If interested, please contact the principal at GMS or GHS or call the Parent Center at 227-3370. (If your class fills up, we will put you on a waiting list.) DON'T WAIT!!!! SIGN UP TODAY!!!!!
2019's Graduation Ceremonies highlighted years of hard work and effort, struggles, and accomplishments by these young people. Graduation is an achievement that not all accomplish. The struggle is real, but the rewards are many. As the graduates stepped onto the field , they were led by the 2018-2019 Grenada High School Valedictorian and the Grenada High School Salutatorian. Graduating at the top of their class, these two young men reap the rewards of years of hard work and dedication.
2019 Parent of the Year
Grenada School District has selected Maggie Harrison as the district-wide Parent of the Year for 2019.
Harrison was nominated by Grenada Elementary School, where she has volunteered her time and fund-raising abilities to help special-needs students.
In the school's citation, Assistant Principal Cole Surrell stated,
"Mrs. Harrison has raised money to implement a sensory space for autistic students, established a Go Fund Me account to provide a field trip for our special education students, been an important part of the Special Olympics program at Grenada Elementary School, and is an active part of GES PTO fundraisers. She has been a tire-less supporter of our school and our students."
Student adds a plasmid to bacteria in an effort to render the bacteria resistant to the antibiotic ampicillin. Mrs. Kristina Wilson, Grenada High School AP Biology instructor, monitors the process during the experiment. This laboratory is one of 13 labs required as part of the AP Biology curriculum.
The Mississippi First Tech Challenge State Championship, held on February 22 and 23rd, pitted 24 of the best robotic teams in the state against one another. This was Grenada's third year to compete in the Championship.
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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