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Panther Shout-Out!!!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Mrs. Evancavich -
Two Granville Education Foundation Grants

Mrs. Clawson and the GCHS Marching Band -
Great performance at the Oxford Christmas Parade

Coach George -
2019-2020 Soccer Coach of the Year

PANTHER Word of the week - 12/9 - 13

"ACCOUNT"
Definition: A report or description of an event or experience.

Sentence: Mrs. Rimar has probably given you a full account of our doings.

Athletics -
12/9 - 5:30 pm - Girls BB - GC @ Northern Durham

12/10 - 5:30 pm - Boys BB - GC @ Southern Durham

12/11 - 5:00 pm - Varsity BB - GC vs Oxford Prep

12/12 - 4:30 pm - BB - GC@ Vance Charter
7:00 pm - Wrestling GC @ Franklinton






NC TAP Opportunities
Class of 2020 GRADUATION INFORMATION
JUNE 13, 2020, 11:00 am
Granville Central High School Gymnasium

Senior Advisor
Ms. Nanette Davis

12th Grade School Counselor
Angela Beerman

Senior Dues $35.00. Please pay Mrs. Long in the front office. Senior Dues must be paid by May 4, 2020 in order to attend the Senior Picnic.

Dues are used for:
Senior Week activities
Senior Picnic
Programs for graduation
Security for graduation
Senior breakfast
Flowers for graduation—stage, dignitaries, etc.

Picture Dates: Senior Portrait Make-up, October 1, 2019 - Cap & Gown Pictures, February 3, 2020.

Fees and Fines: All fees must be paid before the graduation rehearsal, June 12, 2020 at 9:30 am.

Turn in all books and locks by the last exam.
Senior dues are paid in full, cap and gown has been paid in full and any other senior expenses.
Pay all past due fees and fines to Mrs. Long in the front office (outstanding textbooks, uniforms, athletic equipment, etc.).

Pay any outstanding fees/fines to Ms. Wortham in the Media Center and turn in all books prior to exams. You will not be allowed to rehearse for graduation until all fees are paid!

Graduation rehearsal is mandatory if you want to participate in the graduation ceremony on June 13th.

Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal: Senior breakfast is scheduled for June 12, 2020 at 9:00 am.
Please meet in the cafeteria. Rehearsal will begin at 9:30 am.
Punctuality is Important! PLEASE DO NOT arrive late or if your fees have not been paid!
Graduation rehearsal is mandatory for all seniors planning to participate in the graduation ceremony.
Seniors should plan on rehearsing for at least 4 hours.
IF YOU WORK, PLEASE MAKE THE APPROPRIATE ARRANGEMENTS IN ADVANCE.
Do not schedule appointments during this time.
PLEASE NOTE: You will not be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony if you don’t show up for rehearsal. Diplomas will be mailed at a later date to those students that don’t participate in the graduation ceremony.

Tickets for graduation will be distributed at rehearsal. You will be given 7 (seven) tickets for entrance into the gym. If a child (less than 1 year) attends with a family member, he/she must sit in the adult’s lap and only use one ticket. If you need additional tickets, please talk with other seniors who may not need all their tickets and would be willing to help you out. No one will be admitted without a ticket.

Try on your cap and gown to make sure it fits properly. A gown should not be so long it catches in your shoe heel—hem the gown if necessary. Any gown shorter than 12 inches from the floor should be exchanged as soon as possible (see Mrs. Long for exchanges). Take the gown out of the plastic and hang it up so the wrinkles will come out or iron on low setting.

Tassels should be worn on the right. No Sunglasses. Seniors are required to report their assigned classrooms at school by 10:00 am. Seniors are to be dressed and lined up in the 1400 hallway by 10:40 a.m. The ceremony begins at 11:00 am. All seniors are required to attend rehearsal. If you do not attend rehearsal, you will not be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony.

Seniors are to dress appropriately for the ceremony.

MALES: White, collared, dress shirt, dark tie with a small pattern, dark dress pants (no blue jeans, khakis or plaids) and dark dress shoes with dark socks. No tennis shoes, sandals, or boots (unless they are dress boots).

FEMALES: Any color dress that does not have an extremely high neckline—its length must not exceed the gown’s length. Black dress shoes are required, no casual sandals, flip flops, tennis shoes, Jack Rogers etc. If your cap is loose fitting, pin it on with bobby pins. Do not pin the cap to the back of your head, this is not how it is supposed to be worn. Girls will not wear the white collar that is included in your cap and gown purchase.

MALES AND FEMALES: All earrings worn should be small.

Only GCHS issued honor cords or tassels may be worn with the cap and gown.
Graduation will be held in the gym. Handicapped parking and seating will be available.
Notify Ms. Davis or Mrs. Long by June 4th if you know of someone who needs special parking and/or seating in order to allow us to plan appropriately.
Parking passes will be distributed at rehearsal.
**VERY IMPORTANT** Each Senior will be given seven (7) tickets at graduation rehearsal on June 12th. All guests must have a ticket—this includes children. (If a child is less than 1 year old, he/she can sit on a adult’s lap.) If you need extra tickets you should check with other seniors who do not need all of their tickets. There are no extra tickets available. Also, the doors to the gym will close at 11:15 am and no other guests will be admitted. This is to limit disruptions during the ceremony. Seniors, please be sure to leave your tickets with your family/friends and do not bring them with you to graduation.

Family and friends must remain in their seats for all photography. Anyone who violates this request, will be subject to removal by security.

You are responsible for following all the instructions
and requirements in this notice. If you do not understand something, please feel free to ask,
Ms. Davis, Mrs. Beerman, Mrs. Long or Ms. Allen




SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP BULLETIN
North Carolina Criminal Justice Fellow Program – This award is for students who are interested in pursuing a degree in criminal justice and agree to work as a criminal justice professional in an eligible North Carolina county. The fellowship funds an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice from any North Carolina community college. The program is seeking students with high academic achievement, a history of service to the school and community, and a desire to serve the state of North Carolina as a criminal justice professional. Visit ncdoj.gov to apply. Application is open November 1st through May 31st.

Aubrey Lee Brooks Scholarship – This scholarship is offered to students graduating from a North Carolina High School in one of 14 counties. Granville is one of the participating counties. The scholarship provides about half of the cost of an undergraduate education at one of the following schools: NC State, UNC Chapel Hill or UNC Greensboro. Students are selected based on merit, leadership, character, and the desire of the recipient to prepare for a career as a useful and informed citizen. Application will be open December 2nd through January 31st. Visit CFNC.og to apply.

Golden Leaf Scholarship – This award is for permanent residents of North Carolina who are from a rural county in North Carolina and can show academic merit and financial need. Scholarship can be used at any participating North Carolina college or university. Scholarship is worth up to $3000 a year for four years. Visit CFNC.org to apply. Application will be open December 2nd through March 1st.

Golden Leaf Scholarship for North Carolina Community Colleges – This award is for students graduating from high school who are permanent residents of North Carolina and demonstrate financial need. It is for students who plan to attend a North Carolina community college. Scholarship is worth up to $750 per semester. Visit CFNC.org to apply. Application will be open December 2nd through March 1st.

Trade School Scholarship (offered by Premier Insulation) – This award is for students who are considering furthering their education at a trade school. Applicable areas may include things like heating and air conditioning, plumbing, or carpentry. Scholarship is worth up to $1,250. To apply, students must submit a transcript, two letters of recommendation, and an essay. Deadline January 1st.

North Carolina Teaching Fellows – This award offers forgivable loans of up to $4125 per semester for students who are interested in becoming a North Carolina teacher and teaching in a STEM or special education area. To apply, visit www.ncteachingfellows.com. Deadline January 13th.

The North Carolina Hispanic College Fund – This award, worth between $500 and $2,500, is for graduating high school seniors in North Carolina who are of Hispanic/Latino background and who plan to enter a degree program at a 2-year or 4-year college or university. Students should demonstrate a commitment to public service and community development. To apply, students must have a 2.5 GPA. Students must also submit two letters of recommendation, a transcript, and a 500-word essay. Application can be downloaded at www.thencshp.org. Deadline January 15th.


Winston Two-Dimensional Art Scholarship – The award is for young artists aged 16 to 22. Applicants must be able to show exceptional talent. The award can be used to pay for private study, special training, or personal advancement in the applicant’s art career. It cannot be used for college tuition, housing, or travel. Most years, eight to ten scholarships are given out. Visit http://arts-nsal.org/scholarships/winston-art-scholarships/ to apply. Deadline February 1st.

Florence Kidder Memorial Scholarship – Sponsored by the Colonial Dames of America in the state of North Carolina, one scholarship of $3000 and one scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to North Carolina high school students. There is also a possibility of smaller scholarships for local finalists. Students will be chosen based on merit and an essay on an assigned topic. See Ms. Beerman for application. Deadline February 2nd.

Matthew C. Graziadei Achievement Scholarship – This scholarship seeks to help an outstanding North Carolina senior who has any type of disability. First place award is for $1500 and can be used for any kind of post-secondary training. See Ms. Beerman for application. Deadline February 12th.

Granville County Board of Education’s Prospective Teacher Scholarship – The purpose of this scholarship is to bring back to Granville County our best and most dedicated graduates as Granville County Schools teachers. Teachers are especially needed on the areas of science, math, and special education. Scholarship is worth $5600. See Ms. Beerman for an application. Deadline February 15th.


* A list of 15 scholarship programs available to North Carolina graduating seniors can be found at www.studentscholarships.org/newsletter.php. Please visit this site to see if you are eligible to apply for any of the awards listed.
* The Scholarship Buddy newsletter with additional scholarship information can be downloaded at https://scholarshipbuddynorthcarolina.com/newsletter.
* College Board Scholarships can be found at
https://opportunity.collegeboard.org/?SFMC_cid=EM145533-&rid=84376346.
The Stem Magnet Program
The STEM Magnet Program
Granville Central High School’s STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Math) program exposes our students to hands-on learning experiences and engagement in real-world problem solving activities. Students can choose Engineering and/or Agriculture courses.

Engineering Course & Agriculture Courses

• Premier School Choice Program

• State of the art facility & equipment with industry leading technology and software

• PLTW Course offerings include Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, and Environmental Sustainability

• Agriculture Course offerings include Ag Mechanics, Agriscience, Animal Science, and Equine Science.
GCHS TEACHER OF THE YEAR FOR 2019
 GCHS TEACHER OF THE YEAR FOR 2019
Congratulations to Doug Roberson. He has been selected by his peers as the 2019 Teacher of the Year for Granville Central High School.
Bullying & Crisis Management HOTLINE
Bullying & Crisis Management HOTLINE
Linea de reportar acosos y crisis escolar
(919) 964-3402

Air Quality Updates at GCHS

2 months ago

air quality updates:

Granville County Public Schools is committed to the safety and well-being of its students and staff.  All school facilities are being tested for air quality by an independent, certified laboratory.  The results of these tests are posted to the website below and any additional action steps will be communicated to all members of the school community.

SPRING 2019

Good news on the latest air quality testing results.  The official report noted that, "The indoor air samples did not show a fungal amplification or an altered indoor fungal ecology on this day."  A link to the official reports may be found below.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1KTaza6PqAfKWicIqLzoewatK86u9bqql?usp=sharing


SUMMER 2018

The most recent random sample air quality tests showed a normal fungal ecology in your school EXCEPT for ONE isolated area:

The hallway near classroom 2113 had slightly elevated counts.  The lab recommends retesting again soon.  No other action was recommended.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/19oF__kQE4wNzJ_h9x22KEoBkSDrdQ2QG?usp=sharing

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Independent air quality tests conducted on 11-1-17 by an independent laboratory show normal results for Granville Central High School.  Official reports are listed below:


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1616Wy9Rm6lD9T5cfHLQ9Q1rP2De6Mc0z/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y455dDuaGk6qSwkrBiWxy56QWrxjdSBd/view?usp=sharing 

By Dr. Stan Winborne, EdD