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GCHS Basketball Champions
GCHS Basketball Champions
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  • 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!
  • Wilton ES: Lighthouse School
    Wilton ES: 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!
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    GCHS: Kerr Ferderation Event
    Granville Central High School at the Kerr Federation Events held in Roxboro, NC
  • 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!
  • CTE Field Trip
    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!
  • CTE Field Trip
    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!
  • CTE Field Trip
    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!
  • CTE Field Trip
    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!
  • CTE Field Trip
    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!
  • Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton Celebrates Career Day 2019-2020 to support their vision of College and Career Bound.
  • Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton Celebrates Career Day 2019-2020 to support their vision of College and Career Bound.
  • Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton Celebrates Career Day 2019-2020 to support their vision of College and Career Bound.
  • Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton Celebrates Career Day 2019-2020 to support their vision of College and Career Bound.
  • Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton Celebrates Career Day 2019-2020 to support their vision of College and Career Bound.
  • Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton ES celebrates Career Day!
    Wilton Celebrates Career Day 2019-2020 to support their vision of College and Career Bound.
  • Principal of the Year: Ms. Sheila Atkins
    Principal of the Year: Ms. Sheila Atkins
    On Wednesday, August 21, Dr. Alisa McLean and district staff visited Wilton Elementary School for a surprise announcement naming Principal Sheila Atkins the 2019-2020 GCPS Principal of the Year. Mrs. Atkins, who was chosen by her principal peers for the honor, was called in to a unscheduled faculty meeting and greeted by cheers, balloons, flowers, cake, and of course, a sparkling tiara to celebrate the occasion. Superintendent McLean placed the tiara on Mrs. Atkins head before commenting to the cheering school staff, “I am so proud to announce this year’s winner to you, the faculty of this wonderful school. Mrs. Atkins is so deserving of this special honor, but I want you to know that it also reflects on the amazing job all of the staff at this school do everyday for our students. Wilton Elementary School is truly on the move!”



    Mrs. Atkins enters her 23rd year as an educator, all of which she has served in Granville County Public Schools. She began her career as a Teacher Assistant and Bus Driver, then worked as an Elementary Teacher, and Assistant Principal. She has served as a Principal for the past 6 years, serving at both Wilton Elementary and Joe Toler Oak Hill Elementary School. Mrs. Atkins earned her undergraduate degrees from NCCU and ECU, and her graduate degree from NC State University. At today’s surprise announcement, Mrs Atkins fought back tears of joy as she explained to her staff, “I am so blessed to receive this honor, but you know I could not do anything without all of you. Together we are a team, and the most important thing in our work is the children! We are all in this together.”



    The entire faculty cheered and celebrated the occasion with pride, with many also noting that for the first time in recent memory, both the Teacher of the Year (Jade Currin) and Principal of the Year are BOTH from the same school. Both esteemed educators will go on to compete at the regional and state level to represent their respective professions. Wilton Elementary School is a “School of Choice”, which means it is open for enrollment for all students who reside in Granville County. The school was recently recognized for honors at the state level by being named a “Lighthouse” school - a distinction earned by less than 15% of schools in the country for its student leadership program.

  • Principal of the Year: Ms. Sheila Atkins
    Principal of the Year: Ms. Sheila Atkins
    On Wednesday, August 21, Dr. Alisa McLean and district staff visited Wilton Elementary School for a surprise announcement naming Principal Sheila Atkins the 2019-2020 GCPS Principal of the Year. Mrs. Atkins, who was chosen by her principal peers for the honor, was called in to a unscheduled faculty meeting and greeted by cheers, balloons, flowers, cake, and of course, a sparkling tiara to celebrate the occasion. Superintendent McLean placed the tiara on Mrs. Atkins head before commenting to the cheering school staff, “I am so proud to announce this year’s winner to you, the faculty of this wonderful school. Mrs. Atkins is so deserving of this special honor, but I want you to know that it also reflects on the amazing job all of the staff at this school do everyday for our students. Wilton Elementary School is truly on the move!”



    Mrs. Atkins enters her 23rd year as an educator, all of which she has served in Granville County Public Schools. She began her career as a Teacher Assistant and Bus Driver, then worked as an Elementary Teacher, and Assistant Principal. She has served as a Principal for the past 6 years, serving at both Wilton Elementary and Joe Toler Oak Hill Elementary School. Mrs. Atkins earned her undergraduate degrees from NCCU and ECU, and her graduate degree from NC State University. At today’s surprise announcement, Mrs Atkins fought back tears of joy as she explained to her staff, “I am so blessed to receive this honor, but you know I could not do anything without all of you. Together we are a team, and the most important thing in our work is the children! We are all in this together.”



    The entire faculty cheered and celebrated the occasion with pride, with many also noting that for the first time in recent memory, both the Teacher of the Year (Jade Currin) and Principal of the Year are BOTH from the same school. Both esteemed educators will go on to compete at the regional and state level to represent their respective professions. Wilton Elementary School is a “School of Choice”, which means it is open for enrollment for all students who reside in Granville County. The school was recently recognized for honors at the state level by being named a “Lighthouse” school - a distinction earned by less than 15% of schools in the country for its student leadership program.

SGHS & Creedmoor Police Department
SGHS & Creedmoor Police Department
The Creedmoor Police Department partnered with the SGHS Athletics to create the Creedmoor Police Department 2019 Calendar.
  • 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.
  • 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.
Students Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Students Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
While learning watercolor painting techniques, each student was given a piece of a larger image to paint using their new skills. The students realized that each piece belonged to a larger whole, but had to wait until all pieces were painted and unified to see the solution. When those painted squares came together from diverse hands, the students saw how their efforts came together to honor Martin Luther King Jr., the most important voice of the American civil rights movement, which worked for equal rights for all.
  • 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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!
  • Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
  • Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
  • Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
  • Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!
    Family Code Night!