8:45 First Bell. Classrooms open for all students.
8:57 Warning Bell
9:00 Start of AM classes: All riders, drivers, and walkers to be in class. Bus-riders are to report directly to class upon arrival. Teachers to be in classrooms ready to start instruction.
11:35 Dismissal Bell for riders, drivers, walkers.
11:37 Bus order announced.
11:40 Dismissal Bell for bus riders.
12:30 First Bell. Classrooms open for all students.
12:42 Warning Bell
12:45 Start of PM classes: All riders, drivers, walkers to be in class. Bus-riders are to report directly to class upon arrival.
3:20 Dismissal Bell for riders, drivers, walkers.
3:22 Bus order announced.
3:25 Dismissal Bell for bus riders.
GCS has committed to building a better graduate, which includes teaching social and emotional skills like perseverance, collaboration, managing stress, and problem solving. We have received requests from parents, students, and teachers to help address students' relationship (or interpersonal) skills and mental health needs. Teaching social-emotional skills has been linked to decreasing anxiety, increasing mental health awareness, and developing healthier relationships. Starting this year, teachers and counselors will work together to teach social-emotional learning lessons to all students through a program we call Let’s Talk. Because an important part of teaching skills includes knowing if students are learning, students will complete a social-emotional questionnaire in the fall and spring. For more information on the program, please visit the "Let's Talk" page.
Enoree Career Center does not house any records for previous graduates. No one at Enoree can verify graduation for employment or provide copies of records. This can only be obtained from the high school or from the Information Assurance office. If it has been 5 years or less since the student attended, the student should contact the high school directly. If it has been more than 5 years since the student attended, the student must complete a Student Transcript / Records Request form and submit with payment by mail or in person. Go to the Information Assurance page for the mailing address or more information.