Day of Caring
Granville County Students
Learn compassion, care and concern for others
On Friday, November 3rd, students engaged in various acts of service and caring to learn how to serve and give to our world and local community.
Granville County Public Schools is participating in a district-wide Day of Giving. On November 3rd, each school is engaging in multiple acts of giving and caring, which is designed to help our global world and our local Community. Our students are learning how to care and give to others through many activities.
Granville Central High School, Granville Online, Wilton Elementary and West Oxford Elementary collected food for the local ACIM food bank. Granville Early College packed food boxes, Granville Central High School collected over one-half ton of food items, and West Oxford Elementary collected hundreds of canned goods.
Granville Early College High collected and packed items for Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes. The gift boxes will benefit girls and boys around the world.
Stovall-Shaw Elementary took part in school-wide event, called Kindness Rocks. Students painted inspirational messages on rocks, which they are sharing throughout the community.
Creedmoor Elementary chose to help children located in Vieques, Puerto Rico. Students put together care packages to send to Vieques to help them rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Maria.
Students at Tar River Elementary School are writing letters and sending care packages to sailors in the Stingers Fighter Squadron. Second graders at Tar River Elementary just studied communities and are now writing thank you cards to local firefighters.
Students are having fun and learning how to demonstrate compassion, care, and concern for others.
Please enjoy the photo exposition below, showing our students and staff showing care and kindness throughout the community.
Pre-K and Kindergarten visited the Oak Hill EMS station to thank our local first responders and paramedics. They also got to see the inside of an ambulance. First and Second graders visited Virgilina Volunteer Fire Department to thank our local fire department. They also got to see all of the trucks and equipment.
Students at Wilton are providing canned food items for families in need.
Kindness Rocks at Stovall-Shaw Elementary School
Tar River Elementary School
G.C. HAWLEY Middle School Caring PROJECTS
Each grade level team is involved in writing thank you notes to several community members and organizations.
8th Grade Team A & Ms. Lindsey & Mr. Lawrence
Army National Guard Camp Butner
Army National Guard Camp Butner
8th Grade Team B & Mr. Cronin
Granville County Veterans’/VFW Post
7th Grade Team A & Mrs. Gray & Mr. Perry
Creedmoor Police Department
7th Grade Team B & Dr. Banks & Ms. Harris
City of Creedmoor Govt. Offices - Mayor’s Office
6th Grade Team A & Mrs. Lloyd & Mr. Person
Granville County Sheriff’s Office
6th Grade Team B & Mrs. Scott & Dr. Carraway
Creedmoor Fire & Rescue
Elective Team & Mrs. Wilkerson
First Baptist Church of Creedmoor - for all that they do to support our school through Backpack Buddies, sponsoring students at Christmas time, and much more.
West Oxford students and staff walked to the ACIM
THANK YOU TO OUR STAFF, STUDENTS, AND PARENTS FOR HELPING TO GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY. WE COLLECTED 1,097 CANS
Credle Day of Caring
Thanking Richard Thornton Library for helping all of our kindergarten students apply for a library card
Episcopal Church - Reading Buddies
Oxford Fire Department
Thanking Dr. Dorothy Pruitt for the beautiful mums on the front steps and all of her contributions to beautify Credle, Granville County Extension Volunteer Agency for bringing every third grader a dictionary, and Oxford Police Department for reading to our third graders every Friday.
Supported the hurricane victims in Puerto Rico with non-perishable food items.
Thanking Oxford Car and Truck and Santa Fe for supporting our Washington DC Field trip.