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DebateGraves county Judge Executive helped the 8th grade students decide who would be their student council representative by moderating the debate. Students were challenged to see if they truly “have a voice” in Mr. Englart and Miss Harshman’s social studies classes. Kayla A., Ty C., Jesse Perry, Chevy A., Hannah M.
Graves county Judge Executive helped the 8th grade students decide who would be their student council representative by moderating the debate. Students were challenged to see if they truly “have a voice” in Mr. Englart and Miss Harshman’s social studies classes. Kayla A., Ty C., Jesse Perry, Chevy A., Hannah M.
Let's Paint!GCMS 8th grade students transform an empty classroom into a maker space.
GCMS 8th grade students transform an empty classroom into a maker space.
GCMS CheerOur 8th grade cheerleaders at Eagle Mania
Our 8th grade cheerleaders at Eagle Mania
8th Grade Student CouncilLukin R., Logan D., Ty C., JR B., Keaton L., John P., Ryan H., Chevy A., Shelby L., Ebonee B., Jayden H., Madison B.
Lukin R., Logan D., Ty C., JR B., Keaton L., John P., Ryan H., Chevy A., Shelby L., Ebonee B., Jayden H., Madison B.

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Shawn Maxie and Jonathan Grant

Graves County School District employs retired policeman Shawn Maxie; he takes oath as School Resource Officer

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Completed boxes

Early Eagle Academy participates in ‘Operation Christmas Child,’ sending 31 boxes of donations to children overseas

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FRYSC's and Truck Pullers

Graves Truck Pullers reveal funds raised via 2018 event for Community Christmas Connection sets record high $39,100

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Modern Woodmen of America donate funds to GCMS Choir

Modern Woodmen of America donate to Graves County Middle School Choir, matching their funds for projects

“Graves County Middle School started a fundraiser we’ve been doing for a few years now. It is for purchase of music, travel, and similar things,” said teacher Elaine Mitchell. “After I announced it, (choir member) Jenna Leath’s father, Greg Leath, emailed and said, ‘I think Modern Woodmen can help you out.’ That encouraged the kids to sell more, because we knew that would double their fundraising. Typically, we raise about $1,500. We were able to do that and Modern Woodmen matched those funds. So, we profited $3,000. We purchased tee-shirts for all the kids to wear for their concerts this year. We’re grateful for that and we still have money to spend on music and possibly a trip. Some of the kids came up with the idea of singing at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. That would involve more fundraising in some way. I thought that was really sweet that the kids weren’t thinking of themselves, but of bringing the joy of music to sick children. We’re really grateful to Modern Woodmen for their donation.” Pictured with the choir in the front at far left is Mitchell. At the right end of the check is Greg Leath. Standing to his right is his daughter, Jenna Leath, who made the connection between the two adults and their organizations. More +
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Graves County Middle School Paw Festival fundraiser for local animal shelter at GCMS 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25

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Federal/state cuts, dire facility needs cause Graves Schools to cut own budget, seek tax of just $3-$6 more monthly on average home

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Wes Johnson head and shoulders photo

Graves County School District promotes middle school administrator Wes Johnson to director of human resources

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