For their monthly meeting in September, Junior Beta Club members had the opportunity to put their motto into action by making cards and treat bags for the residents and staff of Meadowwood Nursing Home. Meadowwood is a facility directly up from the school. The creative students wrote encouraging and uplifting messages to residents. In addition to telling the resident receiving their card a little about themselves, they wrote Bible verses and fun messages. Before sending them, students prayed that the person receiving their card would see Christ’s love.
GCS Elementary Tennis Program starts! 4th and 5th graders Spaces open!
GCS Alumni Basketball game will be on Saturday, November 5. The Girls play at 5:30 PM and the Boys play at 7:00 PM.
GO MONTH – EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE WEEK (October 9-15)
Gaston Outside is excited about the first ever GO Month! This month-long celebration of Gaston County is a great opportunity to highlight many of the amazing things in our community. Education is the path to a bright future—for Gaston County and beyond, and we’re proud that you invest so much in tomorrow’s leaders with your range of quality education offerings. We look forward to seeing your school through your eyes!
Thank you to all who participated in the Windy Gap tie-dye experience. This Friday, October 7th, all are encouraged to wear your tie-dyed shirt to school for “Tie-Dye Friday.” There will be a group photo taken during break at the flag pole outside. If you did not get the opportunity to tie dye a shirt, there are a few tie-dyed shirts available for sale in the hallway. Short sleeve shirts are $5.00 and long sleeve shirts are $7.00. Please see Mrs. Overton if you want to buy a shirt.