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2019-2020 School Supply List
GRANVILLE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
GENERAL SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

THIS IS A GENERAL SUPPLY LIST. YOU WILL RECEIVE A MORE DETAILED LIST FROM YOUR PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.

General:
• 3-Ring binders- 1, 2, & 3 inches
• Dividers
• Several #2 Pencils for ALL classes
• Erasers
• Black and Blue Pens-No Gel pens
• Rulers
• 8 GB Flashdrive
• Post-it Notes
• Highlighters
• Planners/agendas
• Loose leaf paper-wide ruled and college ruled
• Pocket folders

Math:
Math 1, 2, 3 and AFM,--(graphing calculator is needed (ex. TI-84))


English:
2" binder, dividers (5), loose leaf paper (college rule), mechanical pencils, blue/black ink pens, note cards, hard bound composition book

Science:
speckled composition books (not spiral), colored pencils, glue stick, 1 roll clear tape, pencils, pocket folder

Foreign Language:
Dry Erase Markers, Note cards-3 x 5- Lined & Plain, Colored pens and pencils: pink, blue, green, yellow, and purple
English/English-Spanish Dictionary Preferably VOX Spanish English Dictionary or The University of Chicago version- orange or yellow

ESL:
loose leaf paper, binder, dividers, and pencils

Art:
6B drawing pencil, pink eraser, pencil sharpener, markers and colored pencils for class. Upper levels need those things plus a sketchbook.

PE:
Tennis shoes, socks, shorts, t-shirt, and sweats
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.
Handbook and Student Code of Conduct
The Granville Central High School Parent-Student Handbook and also the Granville County Public Schools Student Code of Conduct has been added to the website under quicklinks. Please access these documents and contact the school if you have any questions.
TIP OF THE MONTHS--SUMMER
Summer is finally here! And while most of us associate June and July with our favorite "S" word--SUMMER--we also need to think about another important "S" word...SAFETY.

June is National Safety Month and here are a few ways you can keep yourself and your family safe this summer.

1. Avoid Distracted Driving: Summer is a time when more cars are on the road, driving to vacations and longer distances. Anything that takes the driver's mind from the road--texting, eating.

2. Be safe with Yard Maintenance: Lawn mowers and fire pits are the biggest hazards to summer safety. Make sure children use either of these only in the company of adults and make sure to wear correct clothing while using these items.

3. Handle fireworks with Care: The US Product Consumer Safety Commission reports that 60 percent of fireworks related injuries come during the month of July. Enjoy your Independence Day safely by keeping water around while using fireworks, staying away from any houses or buildings, or even skipping it altogether and finding a free public display to watch from the safety of a blanket!

4. Wear Protective Eyewear: Sun can damage the eyes of adults and children alike. Invest in a pair and make them part of your routine.

5. Manage Your Grill Correctly: It is the time of year for backyard barbeques, but do so safely! Avoid enclosed areas, wearing loose clothing, and using matches and lighters without an adult.

Most of all, we want you back here, SAFE and sound in August!

Air Quality Updates at GCHS

28 days 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

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