Gates County Public Schools
205 Main Street/P.O. Box 125
Gatesville, NC 27938
Phone: (252) 357-1113
District Office Hours
Monday-Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
On behalf of the biology students that produced the video, the GCHS Science Department and Gates County High School, THANK YOU for voting in the Biogen Spark Video Contest. Because of your dedication to daily voting for the month of March and spreading the word to vote, the Mutation Station video WON the GRAND prize for the NC High School Category! GCHS will receive $12,000 for hands on science materials and a Go-Pro for each of the young ladies that produced the video. Thanks again for bringing this honor to GCHS!
Gates County Bus Drivers compete in 2018 Bus Rodeo
Friday, April 13, 2018
1st Place: Melissa Jordan, GCHS Bus 102
2nd Place: Deborah Smith, Gatesville Elementary Bus 92
3rd Place: Denise Perfetto, GCHS Bus 107
Pictured Left to Right: Robin Spivey, Janice Knight-White, Taurus Jordan, Jean Knight & Deborah Smith
(Benecia Spivey- not pictured)
DRIVER OF THE YEAR: Buckland - Janice Knight-White
Gatesville - Robin Spivey
T.S. Cooper - Debbie Faulk
Central Middle - Benecia Spivey
Gates County High - Taurus Jordan
T.S. Cooper Students participated in the Math Champions Competition held at Chowan University, Saturday, March 24, 2018
1st Place - 5th Grade Team
2nd Place - 4th Grade Team
2nd Place - 3rd Grade Team
Local Farmer Paul Askew presented the America's Farmers Grow Communities Monsanto Grant to FFA officers and advisors
Mrs. Robin Brown, teacher at Gatesville Elementary School, has been awarded a
$750 Grant from the North Carolina Aquarium Society
For a Class Trip to the NC Aquarium on Ronaoke Island, Manteo, NC
Congratulations to Gatesville Elementary Preschool!!
The preschool program was recently assessed by the North Carolina Rated License Assessment Project using the Early Childhool Environment Rating Scale-Revised. This assessment evaluates the program on such things as teacher/child interaction, teacher/family interaction, language reasoning, appropriate activities, schedules and routines, and space and furnishings. Our program received 6.16 points out of a possible 7 points. This is only 1 component of an evaulation that is completed every three years by the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education. We are pleased to announce that the overall evaluation was completed on March 26, 2018 and our program received 15 points out of a possible 15 points.
WAY TO GO PRE-K!!
Pictured Left Right: Elayne Eure - Teacher Assistant, Mary Bunch - Lead Teacher, Danielle Smith - Teacher Assistant
Mrs. Bunch's class was the class randomly selected for observation for the ECERS-R assessment.
Pictured: Front Row Left to Right: Helen Smith & Mary Bunch, Lead Teachers
Back Row Left to Right: Jasmine Raynor - Teacher Assistant
Jo Chatman - Teacher Assistant
Lori Ward - PK Coordinator
Elayne Eure - Teacher Assistant
Danielle Smith - Teacher Assistant