The video, Mutation Station!, produced by Gates County High School biology students Meagan Atkins, Erin Greene and Camryn Byrum, was selected as a finalist in the Biogen Spark Video Contest! Beginning March 1st, you may vote for the video once per day for the entire month of March.
The video with the most votes will earn the students GoPro Video Cameras and the school up to $10,000! Please, help us bring this honor to GCHS. We are a small, rural agrarian communtiy so we are going to need the help of our community, family and friends. This honor would make the purchase of STEM science equipment a reality for our students.
Thank you for helping the RED BARONS!
TO VOTE: Go to the Link below, scroll down to the North Carolina High Schools section and choose the Mutation Station! video. The image shown is of photocopied chromosomes. After selecting the video, select the Red VOTE button. You wil need to check that you are not a robot and then enter your email.
Dr. Joseph V. Erardi, Jr., Retired Superintendent from Newtown, CT, where the Sandy Hook shootings took place, spoke to Gates County Officials and representatives from surrounding counties, on Friday, March 9, 2018. He provided insight on making our schools safer.
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Ray Felton, Chairman of the Gates County Board of Education, announces that the Regular April Session Board of Education Meeting will be held at the Gates County Board of Education Central Office on Monday, March 30, 2018, beginning with a Closed Session to discuss confidential personnel matters, as allowed by North Carolina’s Open Meetings Law, at 11:00 a.m., followed by an Open Session at 12:00 p.m.