Welcome to our last full week of school for the 2022-2023 school year. On Monday, graduating seniors will visit for a gratitude walk. On Tuesday, our 2nd graders travel to The Wilds. On Wednesday, 5th grade goes to Campus Martius, and Kindergarten has Water Day. Thursday brings our Summer Book Binge, Bee packets, and 100 AR points party. Friday at 9:00 a.m., we will have our end of year Awards Presentation, and in the afternoon, students with good behavior will be rewarded.
11 months ago, Jenny Knopp
Thank you Mountaineer Bee Keepers! Maryanne and Larry Siers and Jackie Griffith took time today to talk to our students. They brought a glass hive so we could see how the bees work.
11 months ago, Jenny Knopp
Jackie and the hive.
Maryanne wirh spring and fall honey.
Honey products
Close up of the bees
The next two weeks are full of activities at Gilmore. Students will be participating in Field days and Field trips. We will have our end of year awards on Friday, May 26 at 9 am.
11 months ago, Jenny Knopp
This week we are completing General Summative Assessment testing in grades 3, 4, and 5. Attendance is very important this week, and your child needs to be well rested to do their best.
12 months ago, Jenny Knopp
Summer school will be available at Gilmore this year. Transportation and food services will NOT be provided this year. Enrollment will be electronic this year. You can use the link on the Jackson County Schools website.
12 months ago, Jenny Knopp
Good evening. This is a reminder to all families that on Friday, April 21, 2023, Jackson County Schools will have a three-hour early dismissal for all students. If your child rides a bus, the bus will arrive at the drop-off location three hours before the normal drop-off time. As always, you can check the Zonar app to see the exact location of your child’s bus at any given time. Thank you and have a wonderful evening.
about 1 year ago, Jackson County Schools
Mark your calendars for April 25th. Gilmore will be having a fun literacy night! We will have a guest speaking about the opportunities available to students through the Jackson County Library, make and take stations, pirate reading cove, and a snack.
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
flyer
The flowers from our PTO fundraiser will be delivered to the school on May 6th. They may be picked up after noon that day.
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
Good evening, This is a reminder that Jackson County Schools will be closed for Spring Break beginning Monday, April 3rd, through Friday, April 7th. Please have a wonderful, safe, and relaxing Spring Break.
about 1 year ago, Jackson County Schools
Today our 2nd graders shared their creations with staff and parents. We hope everyone has a happy and safe Spring Break!
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
hat parade
hat parade
hat parade
hat parade
We had a great time at our behavior bash today! Great job boys and girls 🙂
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
jumping rope
Keeping your balance!
Frisbee throw
Tinker Table
Thank you to Mr. Jimmy Templin and Mrs. Karen Kish for organizing a fantastic STEM night for Jackson County Elementary students last evening. Also, THANK YOU to all companies and individuals giving their time to help our students understand the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts/Agriculture, and Mathematics. Together, we served over 160 students with an evening filled with excitement, engagement, and hope for our youngest learners to explore and grow through STEM education. Once again, thank you to all involved for making STEM night a huge success!
about 1 year ago, Will Hosaflook
Stem 1
Stem 2
Stem 3
Stem 4
Stem 5
Stem 6
Good evening. This is the last reminder regarding our annual Jackson County STEM night event on Thursday, March 23, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Ripley Elementary School. STEM night is open to all Jackson County School system elementary-age students. We are asking parents to accompany their children during the event. Many of our "exhibitors" will be local companies and community members who will share their knowledge and passion for science, technology, engineering, and math - including representatives from Dow Chemical, Roane Jackson Technical Center, Robotics Teams from both high schools, Constellium, STAR Plastics, WVU Extension Agents, Project Lead the Way, and many others. For more information, please visit the Jackson County Board of Education website or click the following link. https://5il.co/1qkzi
about 1 year ago, Will Hosaflook
This is a reminder regarding our annual Jackson County STEM night event on March 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Ripley Elementary School. STEM night is open to all Jackson County School system elementary-age students. We are asking parents to accompany their children during the event. Many of our "exhibitors" will be local companies and community members who will share their knowledge and passion for science, technology, engineering, and math - including representatives from Dow Chemical, Roane Jackson Technical Center, Robotics Teams from both high schools, Constellium, STAR Plastics, WVU Extension Agents, Project Lead the Way, and many others. For more information, please visit the Jackson County Board of Education website or click the following link. https://5il.co/1qkzi
about 1 year ago, Will Hosaflook
STEM night
Congratulations to Mrs. Schiefer and Ms. Donna's class! You are well on your way to being ready for 1st grade.
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
Kindergarten class
Certificate
We are so lucky to have great parent volunteers! Thank you Catrina Hunter for the beautiful bulletin boards you created for Gilmore 😊
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
Bee
Bee Awesome
We are excited about celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss next week!!!
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
bulletin board
Dr. Seuss week
Our kindergartners and parents had a great time making their kinderbears yesterday ❤
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
Kinderbear day ❤
Our PTO Krispy Kreme fundraiser is coming to an end soon! Make sure you get your delicious treats and coffee before the opportunity is gone. Order forms and money due on Wed. the 15th and orders can be picked up on the 21st from noon to 4:30.
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp
Congratulations to all of our students advancing to the county Social Studies Fair! Ryan Shockey , Ariana Snider, Jalee Anderson, Morgan Cooper, Korbin McCracken, Hanna Kruk, Holly Kruk, Alexis Mowery, and Jeremy Valencia-Perez.
about 1 year ago, Jenny Knopp