@glndschools has been recognized for our achievements in budgeting and school finance by the Government Finance Officer's Association. Read more: https://www.goochlandschools.org/article/771055
This Sunday, June 26, Goochland Fire-Rescue and Emergency Services and the Goochland Sheriff’s Office will host the Virginia EMS Training Group and Fort Lee Fire and Emergency Services at the Goochland Middle/High Complex for the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care class. Sunday’s portion of the class at GMS/GHS will include simulated scenarios using volunteer actors from our community to provide a realistic training experience for participating EMS and law enforcement personnel. This weekend’s class is part of ongoing collaborative training among Goochland County Schools, Fire-Rescue, and Sheriff’s Office to enhance safe practice, increase awareness, and improve in management of emergencies in our community. Access to the complex will be restricted on Sunday, June 26. However, we look forward to sharing more about the experience next week. If you would like more information about this Sunday’s Tactical Emergency Casualty Care class, visit http://www.naemt.org/education/tecc
Spread the word-all new elementary students entering GCPS for 2022-2023 should report to Goochland Elementary between 7:30 and 4 M-Thurs to see Mrs. Rigsby to register. Learn more: https://www.goochlandschools.org/page/registration
Due to power outages and road conditions as a result of this evening's weather, our intersessions scheduled for tomorrow, Friday June 17 are canceled. We will resume with week 2 intersessions on Tuesday, June 21.
Our Sunshine Food Bus will begin its summer service tomorrow with its first stop at 11 a.m. at St. Mark Baptist Church. Learn more about the other bus stops and summer meal service here: https://www.goochlandschools.org/article/764356
Reminder that GCPS will dismiss EARLY tomorrow, June 8, our last instructional day of the 2021-2022 school year! Elementary schools will release at 12:30, GMS and GHS at 1:30.
Congratulations to the Goochland High School class of 2022! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NfJQ8P4I5aHqOKoK1ynHL6Ig1Cyv1BIW/view?usp=sharing
A beautiful evening celebrating the Goochland High School Class of 2022 - Congratulations Bulldogs!
Congratulations to Litia Turner and Alex Rosenbaum of the class of 2022, both of whom were awarded full college scholarships. Read more at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IvvTBvGg5DqgzGQKpMvJQFFW2yX8xqui/view?usp=sharing
At our May School Board meeting, we recognized Larry Callahan of Manakin Auto and Towing for his service to GCPS transportation as our towing provider. Since he was unable to join us in May, we dropped by to present him his ECCHO award this morning. Thank you Mr. Callahan!
Impressive work by our fifth grade students @RES_Roadrunners! Students used their creativity, collaboration, communication, and coding skills to design and animate a theme park. Another example of excellence @glndschools!
After a three year absence, field days are back! Great to see our students having fun today at RES! Huge thanks to our staff and parent volunteers for making this possible!
Thankful for our partnership with the Goochland Education Foundation! Grateful for your support of technology to enhance our student’s instructional experience! Shared this technology during a lunch prepared by our talented students today.
It’s been three years since we have been able to celebrate our seniors with a walk through the middle school in their cap and gowns. Lots of smiles, high fives, and hugs from siblings, neighbors, and staff today on the last day of school for the Class of 2022!
Proud of our GMS and GHS chorus! Your hard work has paid off - you sound great tonight!
The Byrd fifth grade class of 2015 opened their time capsule this evening. This is always a very special moment! Fellow classmates smiling, laughing, and remembering their time together.
On Tuesday we recognized 23 GHS students at the GCPS Career and Technical Education Signing Day. The students will enter a variety of professions and the armed forces after graduation. Read more: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DFhXpETZxYSS1qnnTHN_eRUyGI9RcLko/view?usp=sharing
GHS jazz band sounds great tonight! A lot of hard work to get to this point…..proud of you!
Congratulations Alex Rosenbaum, recipient of $180,000 NROTC scholarship!
Proud of our Marine Corps JROTC cadets!