Grayson County Schools Superintendent Doug Robinson has released letter to parents/guardians and students pertaining to Gov. Andy Beshear’s executive order mandating Kentucky schools transition back to virtual learning. The full letter can be found below: To Our
There have been nine new cases of coronavirus confirmed within Grayson County Schools since November 13. The new cases include one staff member and three students at Grayson County Middle School, three students at Grayson County High
Grayson County Schools (GCS) Superintendent Doug Robinson has announced that the school district will continue virtual instruction until November 24, with an eye on returning to in-person instruction on November 30. (The complete statement from Robinson to
After K105 on Wednesday afternoon reported Grayson County Schools announced three new cases of coronavirus had been diagnosed within the district, on Wednesday night officials announced an additional three cases of the virus had been confirmed. Officials
Grayson County Schools (GCS) has announced three new cases of coronavirus involving school staff members have been confirmed within the district. On Monday, GCS reported a staff member at Lawler Elementary School tested positive for the virus.