Principal's Newsletter

October 2020

Students posing in front of school

Can't Hide Our Wildcat Pride!

Wow! Our Wildcats rocked September. We have so much to celebrate and be thankful for. September was a month of success for everyone! The hard work and accomplishments of our students, staff, and administration are visible all over campus as well as in our community. We can't thank you enough for partnering with us to positively change the lives of those we serve. We have some awesome things planned for October. Be sure to scroll all the way down for details about Homecoming and our Wildcat Cinema!


Title I Announcement

Title I Schoolwide Plan

Click for FY21 GHES Title I Schoolwide Plan

Our Title I Schoolwide Plan is located in our Title I Parent Resource Area. This area is located on the connecting hallway leading to the gymnasium. It is open daily from 7:30-3:30 p.m. You may stop by at your convenience to review the plan. Should you wish a printed copy, feel free to email our Family Engagement Coordinator, Lauren Olds at

Title I Parent Resource Area

We invite you to visit the Title I Parent Resource Area at Glanton Hindsman Elementary. It is located on the connecting hallway leading to the gymnasium and is open during school hours. We have reading materials, flashcards, school project supplies, and parental involvement packets to help you provide assistance to your child's education.
Should you have any questions or are in need of specific information; feel free to contact our GHES Family Engagement Coordinator, Lauren Olds at


Road Runners Win Big!

We are so proud of our Road Runners who participated in the Gold Rush 5K! Great work guys. Look at all those medals! A big shout out and thank you to Coach Crawford for maintaining this premier program for our Wildcats! Coach Crawford also placed first in his age group!

Race day group photo

Wildcat Awards

Congratulations to our students who were recognized in the month of September. We celebrated students with 90% positive Dojo behavior, students who displayed our character word of the month, and those who earned the Principal's Award! Way to go Wildcats!

We also kept track of the total number of words our students read in the month of September and rewarded the top class in each grade level with ice cream. Students can contribute to their class word count by reading and passing AR quizzes.

Students posing with character tshirts


Homecoming Week Oct. 5th - Oct. 8th

Homecoming dress up day flyer

Enjoy Fall Break October 12th-16th

Red Ribbon Week October 26th-30th

Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.

This year's Red Ribbon Week theme will help amplify the campaign's mission to encourage children, families, and communities to live healthy, happy, and drug-free lives. It also serves as a reminder that we are all empowered with shaping the communities around us through positivity, bravery, and strength.

Wildcat Cinema is Back!

On Friday, October 30th, students will have the opportunity to purchase concessions and enjoy a movie in their classroom!

The price of concessions will be $1.00 per item. Students may bring up to $5.00.


During the month of October, we will be introducing and promoting the character trait of HUMILITY.

Chadwick Boseman


Congratulations to Ms. Stephens!

Our very own Assistant Principal, Ms. Remonica Stephens, was recognized as Carroll County Schools' 24STRONG Award Winner for September. We are so proud of Ms. Stephens. She is a crucial part of what makes GHE so amazing. She brings the F.I.R.E. every day!

County Office Officials present 24STRONG Award to Assistant Principal, Remonica Stephens

Certified and Classified Staff Members of the Month

Congratulations to Shenoka Almon and Linda Stooksbury, our September Certified and Classified staff members of the month. These ladies were recognized for going above and beyond their normal tasks. Thank you ladies for all that you!

Principal, Mr. Grainger with Shenoka Almon and LInda Stooksbury

Thank you, Kiwanis Club!

Thank you Kiwanis Club Fairfield Plantation for your donation. Glanton-Hindsman is raising money for the 7 Mindsets Program. The 7 Mindsets Program focuses on igniting a young person's self-determination, resilience, and academic performance by focusing on teaching students that everything is possible. By making small shifts in the way someone views the world and their future in it, we create a positive and sustainable future with the continued support of our families and community.
Kiwanis Club Members standing with School Personnel

Thank You, Villa Rica Masonic Lodge #584!

Please help us thank Villa Rica Masonic Lodge #584. They made a donation to help us purchase supplies. We are so blessed to have such amazing support from our community.

Thank You, Mr. Jay Collins!

A huge shout out to Mr. Jay Collins for donating and delivering 200 VR bags. Your continued support is appreciated!