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GQES April Extraordinary Reader

Granite Quarry Elementary School

Granite Quarry Elementary

Granite Quarry Elementary School News

GQES April Extraordinary Reader

Congratulations to Blake, our April Extraordinary Reader!  We are proud of your hard work and commitment to success!

GQES March Extraordinary Reader

Congratulations to Yoehlit for being the GQES Extraordinary Reader for the month of March!  Keep up the good work, little Dragon!

The extraordinary reader is someone who has high achievement in reading through using the Istation program.

Extraordinary Readers

Congratulations to our Extraordinary Readers for November and December!  Thank you, Bella and Christopher, for your hard work and dedication!

Most Wanted Bus Riders for December 1

Congratulations to our students who were chosen as the Most Wanted Bus Riders for December 1!  Thank you for your excellent bus behavior!

District

District News

Rowan-Salisbury Schools Pilots State Renewal Program

The State of North Carolina passed HB 986 enabling qualifying school districts to become a renewal district. Currently only Rowan-Salisbury Schools district qualifies. On June 28th the RSS Board of Education elected to participate in this program. Click for details.

New Principals for West Middle and Hanford-Dole Elementary

The Board of Education has approved the appointment of Stacey White as the new principal of West Rowan Middle School and Stephanie Sanders as the principal of Hanford-Dole Elementary. Congratulations and we wish you well!

Renewal School System

Today the General Assembly passed an Education Bill (H986) which would allow Rowan-Salisbury Schools the opportunity to become a Renewal School System.

2018 Local Summer Camps

Check out these great camps available in Rowan County. They are filling up so please apply soon!

Rowan County Recyclers

Rowan County School students were offered the Go Green Challenge as a Problem Based Learning event. Winners were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. There was a winning class for the Elementary and High School levels.