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  • JF Webb HS FFA
    JF Webb HS FFA
    JF Webb High School Students win the State FFA Chapter Award!
  • GCPS CTE Summer STEM Camp 2018
    GCPS CTE Summer STEM Camp 2018
    GCPS CTE Summer STEM Camp was held at Granville Central High School July 16-19th. Fifteen students in grades 4-9 participated in the camp. Students spent the week building and experimenting with water rockets and catapults and designing video games.
  • Summer Graduation 2018
  • Students Summer Reading!
    Students Summer Reading!
    Food Bank’s Kids Summer Meals help to serve snacks and breakfast to elementary and middle school children. Not only are students getting to eat a meal and snack, these children are also reading with volunteers to retain what they’ve learned through the school year! Site supervisor Ron shared that many kids have been attending every week for years and have improved their confidence, reading levels, and friendships in their community. A student who just graduated kindergarten, is pictured reading “The Grouchy Ladybug” to Ms. C. Rock!
  • Mrs. A. Salisbury at SREB
    Mrs. A. Salisbury at SREB
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • J. F. Webb Chapter Members receive Gold National Chapter Award 2018
    J. F. Webb Chapter Members receive Gold National Chapter Award 2018
    J. F. Webb FFA chapter members pose with their Gold National Chapter Award certificate at the State FFA Convention June 21st. Members include: Jocelyn Pelcastre-Gonzalez - 2018/19 Chapter Secretary, Jeffrey Salisbury - 2018/19 Chapter President, Anna Currin, Daniel Honeycutt, Erin Whitt, Andrew Keeton, Allen Yancey - 2018/19 Chapter Vice President and Regional Reporter, Curtis Murphy - 2017/18 Chapter President and Regional Parlimentarian, Victor Hermida - 2017-19 Chapter Chaplain, Jay Puckett - 2018/19 Chapter Sentinel, Trevor Jones, Colin Ellington, Ryan Snow, Rebecca Causey, and Isaac Govea-Hernandez - 2018/19 Chapter Treasurer.
  • GCPS Book Bus 18-19
    GCPS Book Bus 18-19
    GCPS Book Bus 18-19
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  • Graduation 2018
  • Digtial Stars Grant Recipients
    Digtial Stars Grant Recipients
    Due to a grant received by the Technology Department, 60 staff members were given the opportunity to obtain Google Certification: Level 1 and 2.
    We applaud their efforts!!
  • JFW HLS at Schools that Work Conference
    JFW HLS at Schools that Work Conference
    Ms. Jennifer Howard and Mrs. Wendi Leas teamed with teachers from Vance and Franklin Counties to do a presentation at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference in Orlando, FL. It was an awesome presentation about the work with PBL (Project Based Learning) that was implemented at JFW HLS during the 17-18 SY. Principal Angela Salisbury also presented at the SREB High Schools that Work Conference on the creation of a school culture of students who Read, Write, Think, and Talk every day in every class.
  • Welcome Year-Round
    Welcome Year-Round
    Year-Round is underway. Staff returned and are completing design challenges!
  • Mr. Holtshouser on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro !
    Mr. Holtshouser on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro !
    Mr. Holtshouser represented the JFW HS Band on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro !
  • Welcome Year-Round
    Welcome Year-Round
    Year-Round is underway. Staff returned and are completing design challenges!
  • Graduation 2018
New Principals Announced
New Principals Announced
At a special called meeting on Thursday, July 19, the Granville County Board of Education appointed five new principals in schools across the school district. Superintendent Dr. McLean communicated to Board Members that these changes will help continue to support efforts to move the district forward, saying, "I am confident that these newly appointed leaders will bring about positive change. I am grateful for the staff and community members who helped in the process of their selection as candidates for these positions."

Dr. McLean also spoke about the direction the district is headed, commenting on her commitment to involving stakeholders and a focus on always doing what is in the best interest of the students of the district. "With input from the community, this past year we developed a newly crafted mission and vision for the district. We need dynamic and active leaders such as these five individuals to help bring it to life. We look forward to unveiling that soon to the public, and believe it will continue the momentum and excitement we have built over this past school year. We are so excited about what the future will bring for the students of our school district! They deserve nothing but the very best."



The following individuals will transition to their new Principal roles during the next two weeks. Staff from across the district, including our year-round schools, are already working tirelessly to prepare for a smooth start to the 2018-2019 school year. We truly are committed to excellence and achievement for all!!