We want our GC community to be able to join in fellowship, connected by our common goal of supporting the amazing things happening at Greenup County Schools! Join us on November 4 for our first ever “Friends of GC” dinner at Greenbo’s Jesse Stuart Lodge, hosted by the GC Alumni Association! We’re celebrating 50 years of Musketeers! Catfish and herb-roasted chicken will be served along with delicious sides and dessert! There will be live acoustic music and singing courtesy of long time GC teacher and administrator Aaron Collier. There will also be prizes as well as many amazing items up for raffle. The best part is that many are made by GC students! The price to attend is $50 per plate (tax deductible). A social hour begins at 6:00 with dinner starting at 7:00. All proceeds go to GCAA’s efforts of providing student scholarships and support for staff. We will not be able to host this event unless we have enough people to cover the cost of the lodge and catering, so please contact Nathan Sutton with your intentions to attend by Oct. 16. (606) 473-9848 or firstname.lastname@example.org **A block of rooms are available should you want to stay. #BelieveInGC #50YearsOfMusketeers
Home games, matches, and meets this week at GC! #BelieveInGC
Thank you to Pam Smith from DESCO! She’s visiting Ms. Conley’s class to help our Musketeer 101 students with financial education! Most GC freshmen take Musketeer 101, where they learn how to be responsible with finances. They are currently preparing for a reality fair where they will put their knowledge to the test!! Thank you for providing our students with very important knowledge today!! #BelieveInGC
It's "Senior Night" for boys soccer!! Join us at the field at 6:00 pm to support!! #BelieveInGC
GC Student Council is excited to announce the theme for GC Spirit Week! This is for the week of Oct. 9-13, with the parade taking place on that Thursday evening! Note: on Tuesday (Color Wars), each school will designate the colors students will wear. #BelieveInGC
Do you remember when we 80 teachers give up time during summer break to get trained on Project Based Learning? Well, this is one of those teachers. Meet Ms. Gamble! Here is what she had to say when we asked about her thoughts on moving forward with new ideas for the classroom. GC is blessed to have teachers who are willing to do what's best for students in this ever-changing world! "Children are born with curious minds and they have a voice to express that curiosity. As teachers, we should encourage their curiosity and creativity. Our students are our future... and with some guidance and encouragement the future will be in great hands." #BelieveInGC
Please help us congratulate Byron Nunley!! This Musketeer is a semi-finalist to become a National Merit Scholar! Students are identified for this based on their PSAT scores, and Byron’s scores were near the top of the charts. He actually received a perfect score in some areas! There is a lot more to this young man than a sharp mind, though! His father informed us that he is a black belt in Bujutsu MMA (Byron never mentioned it)! Perhaps that’s why his teachers and staff say that his greatest quality is how humble he is. The list of school activities that he is involved in is nearly half a page, but he takes part in everything from cross country, marching band, Future Business Leaders, and student council! When we talked to Byron, we were humbled by his response as to how he arrived at such a well-rounded senior year. He credited his teachers and counselors for being "super nice and supportive." He also credited his fellow students for being so inclusive and involving him. For example, he explained that he joined the soccer team after not playing for years due to encouragement from his classmates. As you can imagine, we are very proud of Byron. We wish him the best as he continues through the process of becoming a National Merit Scholar. Good luck, young man! This is just one of the many extraordinary things he’s going to accomplish! #BelieveInGC
Big thanks to the United Way for their generosity in supporting GC’s Family Resource Youth Service Centers (FRYSC)! For anyone who doesn’t know what a FRYSC does, they discreetly help GC students and families with anything from providing clothes, school supplies, to food to take home. We appreciate United Way for supporting our FRYSC’s!! #BelieveInGC
Congrats to GC Volleyball for fighting hard at the State 2A Championships! Special shoutout to GC's own Peyton Powell for being selected for the 2A All Tournament Team!! You don't have to bring home a trophy to say you've won. Great job Lady Musketeers! GC is proud of you representing us well at state!! #BelieveInGC
The first Cross Country meet to be hosted here at The Farm in 10 years is happening on Tuesday!! Come down to The Farm tomorrow at 5pm and show these runners the support they deserve! It's an awesome experience! #BelieveInGC
GC remembers September 11, 2001. Today we have witnessed teaching, remembrance, and moments of silence in our schools for all of those affected. Our students and staff have big hearts, and we wanted you to know that today is one of deep respect here at GC. #BelieveInGC
Don't miss Friday Night Lights at The Farm!! Let's keep the energy going!! Tonight at 7:30!! #BelieveInGC 📸 Jacob Smith!!
Seniors at GC experienced an awesome morning! Student Council did an amazing job planning "Senior Sunrise" this morning! Seniors gathered at The Farm to enjoy music, donuts, and fellowship while watching the sunrise together! It was a great experience! #BelieveInGC
Here is the “at home” sports schedule for the next week!! GC sports are having a great year!! Spread the word! #BelieveInGC
Parents and guardians can use the following link to provide consent for your student to receive medical services through KDMC. KDMC staff visit Greenup County schools to provide care, when needed, to students right in their school building! https://schoolhealthconsentweb.kdmc.net/ For any questions, contact Kryston Bennett at (606) 408-9507.
Congrats to GC's own Ava Dupuy for her completion of the McConnell Center's Young Leaders Academy! These young leaders study topics on America's founding, including the origins of the constitution and the birth of the United States. We're proud of this Musketeer for her hard work and initiative! Go Ava! #BelieveInGC
Friday GC welcomed our new teachers, and the afternoon was spent on a bus seeing every corner of Greenup County! We appreciate that our teachers are excited and willing to spend time understanding what makes Greenup County special! We take great pride in our meaningful mission here at GC, and the new teachers couldn’t have seemed more thrilled about serving our students! Please help us welcome our amazing new teachers! #BelieveInGC
A program for all GC students ranging from grades 3-8! WES includes 2nd grade as well. After school activities from 3-6pm include sports, games, enrichment, and homework help! "Breakfast Club" before school is also available. Sign up and find more info using the link below! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd3mUSbs3B-6evrZc65YUOc-Jw0K7kFA6wbbhlOSP9wVfuuTA/viewform?usp=sharing
GC School District is named a ‘23 “Empowered District” by Everfi! They announced this is designated to the top 10% of districts who demonstrate “an exemplary commitment to whole-child education.” We’re so proud that the seeds we’ve sown are coming to fruition in wonderful ways! This is a reflection of the whole Musketeer family, which includes you — our wonderful and supportive community! Thanks to all who… #BelieveInGC
We're celebrating GC graduate and Hall of Fame member, Colonel Michael Ferguson, who dedicated 30 years to serving our country. We are deeply proud and appreciative of Colonel Ferguson, and hope you'll learn more about his distinguished career in the text below! Do you know someone who deserves to be recognized for his or her accomplishments? Nominate them using the link below, which closes August 4, 2023. https://forms.gle/i9TnuUfuETMLgDBa7 ______________ COL ret. Michael "Tater" Ferguson is a 1987 graduate of Greenup County High School. He earned a degree in Robotics Engineering Technology from Morehead State and a Master of Strategic Studies from the US Army War College. During COL ret. Ferguson's 30 year military career, he served as an Engineer Branch Officer and Aviation Branch Officer. He also served in command and staff positions from Company, Battalion, Brigade, and State Headquarters level, including duty as the 201st Engineer Battalion Commander in support of the 101st Airborne in Afghanistan. He continues to serve as a FEMA Liaison to Kentucky Emergency Management Agency. COL ret. Ferguson has received numerous awards and recognitions, including the Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, and the Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters. COL Ferguson lives in Versailles with his wife, Mari Jo Kendall Ferguson, 'GCHS 88. They have two daughters.