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  • CG Credle Elementary School
    This opportunity was a wonderful addition to CG Credle's Black History Month activities.
  • Congratulations to Dr. McLean!
    Congratulations to Dr. McLean!
    Congratulations on graduation Dr. McLean- NC School Superintendents Association
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    Click for more information!
    The GCPS Board recognizes the following principals have been recognized and awarded monetary bonuses by the State of North Carolina for their school's outstanding academic performance in the 2018-2019 school year: Janita Allen, Sheila Atkins, Jackie Harris, & Lisa Tusa
  • Wilton Show Choir
    Wilton Show Choir put on a fabulous show called the Jingle Bell Jukebox - The Flip Side!
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    Click here to view all doors at GECHS decorated for the holiday season!
  • Wilton Elementary: Lighthouse School
    Wilton Elementary: Lighthouse School
    Congratulations to principal Sheila Atkins on her school’s honor of being recognized as a Lighthouse School at the State Leader in Me Symposium. Way to go Wilton Elementary! This is awesome! Award- Winning District- here we come!!! #onthemove!
  • Congratulations Stacie Mendenhall!
    Congratulations Stacie Mendenhall!
    Congratulations to Stacie Mendenhall, Speech Language Pathologist at Wilton Wildcats , on being named the GCPS Exceptional Children’s Educator of Excellence at the NC EC Conference.
  • CTE Field Trip
    GCPS students across the district took a field trip to VGCC electrical & Clayton Homes. This was a CTE opportunity with Mrs. Tamara Rodebaugh!
  • 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 Student Mural
    A mural that was designed and painted by Sofia Serba-Davis and Abigail Humphries at Carolina Fellows Dentistry in Oxford
  • Before School: TRES
    Before School: TRES
    One of the many activities brought to you by Tar River before school and Michy Meyer
  • Trinity Thorpe: GECHS Senior
    Trinity Thorpe: GECHS Senior
    Click the image to see her great success story!
  • Principal & Teacher of the Year 2019
  • SGHS Nursing Fundamentals
    SGHS Nursing Fundamentals
    SGHS Nursing Fundamentals
  • Mrs. Bethany Young: Granville Academy
    Mrs. Bethany Young: Granville Academy
    Congratulations to Mrs. Bethany Young! She is NCCAT Beginning Teacher of the Year!
  • GCPS Teen Law Academy
    GCPS Teen Law Academy
    Graduation Day!
  • SGHS & Creedmoor Police Department
    SGHS & Creedmoor Police Department
    The Creedmoor Police Department partnered with the SGHS Athletic Department to create the 2019 CPD Calendar: "Today's Protectors and Tomorrow's Leaders, Championing a Community Together"
  • GECHS Wins Grant
    GECHS Wins Grant
    Davenport Energy INC., in partnership with Exxon Mobil is pleased to provide an ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grant to GECHS!
  • Wilton: Leadership Day
    Wilton: Leadership Day
    Wilton Elementary School celebrated their 5th annual Leadership Day today, April 26th! Wilton is a Stephen Covey “Leader in Me” school and has achieved Lighthouse certification. The event was attended by family and community members. It was led by their Student Lighthouse Team and included special performances by Wilton’s Show Choir, a Family Feud game with the Student Lighthouse Team and special presentations by a speaker from each grade level. Attendees were also invited to visit classrooms as students got to demonstrate their leadership skills in the classroom. Guests could also visit the media center where students shared about all the different extracurricular opportunities at Wilton such as Show Choir, Student Lighthouse Team, Girls on the Run, Clubs, PAW Patrol, Spelling Bee, Battle of the Books, and CLAWS. Guests then met back in the gym for the grand finale in which all students in the school came together to sing for their guests. The event was enjoyed by all and Wilton greatly appreciates all the parent and community support!
  • Wilton ES: Girls on the Run
    Wilton ES: Girls on the Run
    Girls on the Run is a program for girls in grades 3-5 sponsored by the YMCA. The purpose is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. Wilton participated in the program this fall and our girls just completed the 5K race last Saturday at Satterwhite Point in Henderson, NC. Congratulations to these girls for their hard word and determination. The following students participated in the 5K race - Kahmani Moore, Kylee Beard, Chaya Williams, Chloe Wright, Daniella Nichols, Aliyah DeForge, Jenni Vasquez, Annabell Garfi, and Maria Gonzales Esquivel. Other students who completed the program but were unable to attend Saturday were Kristin Allison, McKenna Womack, and Phaith Barnette. Coaches from Wilton were Stacie Mendenhall, Jenna Holloway, Amy Sparks, Tasha Blalock, Stacy Hockaday, and Roxanne Murray.

Surplus Real Property FOR SALE

2 months ago



Pursuant to G.S. 115C-518 and 160A-269, the Granville County Board of Education hereby gives notice that it has received an offer to purchase the residential property located at 811 Crescent Drive, Creedmoor, N.C.  The property consists of a lot of approximately 0.6 acres upon which sits a single-family home of approximately 874 square feet. A more detailed property listing can be obtained from Ann Hancock at Century 21 Hancock Properties in Oxford, N.C., (919) 691-0834, The property is being sold “AS IS” with no representation from the Granville County Schools regarding the acreage or condition of the property.  The original offer to purchase was in the amount of $58,000, prior to the subsequent upset bids. 


The offer includes the cost of deed preparation, revenue stamps and all closing costs.  Notice is hereby given that prior to December 28, 2019, any person may raise the bid by not less than ten percent (10%) of the first one thousand dollars ($1,000) and five percent (5%) of the remainder.  Therefore, the lowest acceptable upset bid is $80,254.25.  The individual submitting the upset bid will need to agree to pay for the cost for the preparation of the deed and any closing costs.  When a bid is raised, the bidder shall deposit five percent of the total increased bid in cash or certified funds with the Granville County Schools. 


The Granville County Schools shall readvertise the offer at the increased bid.  This procedure shall be repeated until no further qualifying upset bids are received, at which time the Board may accept the offer and sell the property to the highest bidder.  The Board reserves the right to reject any and all offers at any time.  This the 19th day of December, 2019.


By Dr. Stan Winborne, EdD