Mrs. Harrell's 4th grade class had a wonderful field trip to the
Friday, March 28, 2014
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Friday, March 21, 2014
Narcissa Bailey, Kaitlyn Holcombe, Hannah Holden
Anders Austinson, Ben Holden, Zyreese Guy, Josiah Austinson, and Dakota Vickers
Josiah Austinson, Narcissa Bailey, Dakota Vickers, Ben Holden, Zyreese Guy,
Hannah Holden, Anders Austinson, and Kaitlyn Holcombe.
The GISA Regional Literary Meet was held in Tifton on Friday, March 14th. Our wonderful students were able to bring home first place awards in Boys' Piano, Girls' Trio, and Boys' Quartet. Our Girl's solo placed second and we placed 2nd All Around and a chance to move on to State
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Forty high school students had the opportunity to learn more about our nation's history by participating in the Washington, D.C. Trip this year. What a great experience!!
|Physics students pose at the Albert Einstein Memorial|
|National Archives Building|
|Student with our tour guide, Heidi.|
|Martin Luther Kind Jr. Memorial|
|Watching the changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier|
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
|Daniel Jones (5th Grade) and Rachel Hayes (3rd Grade)|
GCA's Elementary, Middle and HS students shined recently at the 4-H competition in Perry, GA. Congratulatlions to Daniel Jones who won 1st place in the category of Plants, Soil and Fertilizer and to Rachel Hayes for winning 2nd place in the category of Flowers and Shrubs. In the Middle School area, Miller Hayes won 3rd in the Junior Vet. Science category while High School students Josiah Austinson and Anders Austinson also did well. Josiah won 1st in Senior Wildlife while Anders placed 2nd in the Senior Fruits, Vegetables, and Nuts category. Congratulations!!
In honor of Dr. Suess, Mrs. Harrell's 1st grade class enjoyed a unique breakfast last Friday morning which included some wonderful green eggs and ham!
|Mercer Murray, Chloe Brogdon, Mrs. Harrell, Tiffani Korneier, and Spence Blanton|
|Jillian Brown and Caroline Grubbs|
|Parker Cox, Gabby Brown, Preston Barnett, and Emori Vickers|