6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Granville County Board of Education Regular Meeting
Credit by Demonstrated Mastery - What's this? The NC Department of Public Instruction has introduced a new opportunity for students taking high school courses: Credit by Demonstrated Mastery or CDM. Students can earn credit without taking a full course. Read more to learn about the process on the Granville County Schools District Web page under the same header.
This session, for both parents and students, will provide information about FREE College App Week Nov 10 - 14, Programs at VGCC, Military Options, scholarship/financial aid information, and senior year info. J. F. Webb Media Center from 6:30 —7:30 pm.
Students from Mrs. Louis's Art class decorated a Buddy Bench that was donated to West Oxford Elementary School. The buddy bench is a place for kids to go if they are lonely, new at school, or being bullied. The students in the photo are: Samantha Wilson, Shelby Fowler, (Art Teacher) Frances Louis, (Principal) Shelby Hunt, Jack Rivers, and Saquan Atkins. Click on the link to view a VIDEO promoting this experience.
Student pictures will be taken MONDAY, Nov. 17, 2014 for both schools. Dec. 16th is the scheduled make-up date. PLEASE MAKE AN EFFORT TO BE PRESENT AND TAKE PART.
Q: Mr. Brooks, tell us a bit about yourself. A: I’m in my 27th year of education as an employee of Granville County Schools. I am a graduate of North Carolina A&T State University and a Masters Degree recipient from North Carolina Central University... To learn more click on the link above.
The Army ROTC program and J.F. Webb band paid tribute to the fallen heroes of 911. It was an exceptional turnout to observe the heroes and victims of 911.
J. F. Webb’s vision is to aggressively seek opportunities that establish a platform for students to effectively communicate in an effort to support leadership, advocacy, and competence in the classroom. It is equally important to make sure our school establishes rigor, respect, and relevance in every classroom, while establishing relationships that mentor and model positive character traits. Student growth is our number one priority!