GHS Press

Students and faculty share their New Years Resolutions

Tessa Koen, Reporter

January 16, 2020

It is now 2020. Not only is it a new year, but it’s also a whole new decade. There are many things that can already be expected. There are conflicts in politics and with other countries. However, 2020 will definitely be a memor...

MACC season starts up

Tara Wyatt, Reporter

January 14, 2020

MACC season is starting again. Their first competition is on January 13 at Rural Retreat and everyone is hyped. New members are looking forward to the season. “I wanted to challenge myself because a lot of the stuff we do in cl...

Students donate blood to save lives

Payton Prevento, Reporter

January 6, 2020

On December 4, 2019, Red Cross came to the school to take blood from willing participants. Red Cross began taking blood at 8:30 and ended around 3:30. In total, there were 32 people who donated, which exceeded the goal of 28 p...

Sickness takes over the school

Payton Prevento, Reporter

January 6, 2020

Many students around the school have been getting sick. Kids are arriving to school coughing and sneezing. Some common types of sicknesses that are circling the school include upper respiratory infections, strep, cold, and th...

Dual Class adopts a soldier for the holidays

Cole Cline, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Mrs. Woodward’s dual classes adopted a soldier for the holidays. The soldier’s name is Makenna, and she is stationed at Parris Island. She is from Fayetteville, and her recruiter said that she needs some encouragement. Mrs. ...

TCPS makes changes to school calendar

Kimberly Belcher, Reporter

December 9, 2019

The schedule for Christmas break has changed and some of the students at GHS have something to say about it. Instead of getting out of school on December 19, GHS gets out on December 20. One of those people is Virginia Grubb (11). ...

Students and teachers share their thoughts on guilty pleasure and unpopular opinions

Julia Day, Reporter

December 6, 2019

Everyone always wants to find out fun facts about another person. Two of these facts that show a lot about what person may like or not like are guilty pleasures and unpopular opinions. These can be fairly common, or they can a...

DoorDash denied at school

Cole Cline, Reporter

December 6, 2019

DoorDash? More like don’t dash. DoorDash is a company based out of San Francisco in the state of California. The company uses drivers to deliver food from restaurants to people who order it.This company has recently been intro...

Exam week approaches quickly

Tessa Koen, Reporter

December 5, 2019

With Thanksgiving being over and December rolling in, exams are right upon us. There are multiple subjects in which students are tested.  December 17 is when the 1st and 2nd period exams are held, December 18 is the 2nd and 6th ...

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