The last day to pick up medications in the Health Room is Friday, June 3rd, at 12:00 noon.  Emergency medications (for example Epi pens, inhalers, etc.) should be picked up on the last day students attend school.  School District policy requires us to destroy medications that are not picked up by June 3rd at 12:00 noon.  For safety reasons, we cannot send any medications home with students.

Chromebook Returns

Students must have chargers and Chromebooks at school during the week of May 23rd for end-of-year check-in.  Students in 1st-5th grades will turn in these items on their regular library day.  Virtual students will return Chromebooks and chargers on Monday, June 6th, from 9:00-11:00 am at the bus entrance.  Parents should insure that all Chromebooks are fully charged and updated to the latest version of Chrome.  Students should report any damage or repairs needed when Chromebooks are returned. If a charger is lost or damaged, parents should be prepared to pay $31 on the day of return.  If Chromebooks are missing cases, the cost is $25.

Field Day Volunteers

Coach Parker and Coach Rodriguez need your help. Volunteers are needed to help with field day. It requires 20+ volunteers for each grade level (40+ per day) for field day stations to run smoothly. Click on the link below to sign up to be a station volunteer.  There will be many fun activities for our students to enjoy!  Field day will be held on three different days, with two grade levels participating on each day.  The schedule for these events is listed as follows:

•   MONDAY          May 23rd: 2nd & 3rd grades
•   TUESDAY         May 24th: K5  & 1st grades
•   WEDNESDAY   May 25th: 4th & 5th grades

Field day station volunteers will need to arrive 20 minutes early to select a station.  Your help will be greatly appreciated!

Field Day

Lunch Menu

Click the link below for the current breakfast/lunch menu.


Spring State Testing Dates for In-Person and GCSVP Students Announced

The South Carolina College- and Career-Ready Assessment (SCREADY) program is a statewide assessment in English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics for students in grades 3-8. The South Carolina Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (SCPASS) is a statewide assessment in science that must be administered to students in grades 4 and 6.  Parents are asked to refrain from making off-campus appointments or request early dismissals on days that their children will be testing.

Testing Calendar

COVID Testing Sites

Updated information on free COVID Testing Sites for students and GCS employees, click below:

COVID Testing

Enrollment/Registration Information

Parents can save time by enrolling students online.  To begin the process, you must first have a Backpack account.  Go to the link below for information on registration, enrolling, and creating a Backpack account.