Driver Education Class

The next Driver Education Class will be on THURSDAY May 13, at 2:15 in the Commons Area at Robbinsville High School (Masks and Social Distancing required)

*STUDENTS MUST BRING THEIR CHROME BOOKS, THIS WILL BE A REMOTE TYPE CLASS BUT ON SCHOOL GROUNDS. 

**DURING/AFTER THE CLASS STUDENTS MUST STAY TO GET EYES CHECKED BY DMV AT 2:00 AND THEN CAN BE PICKED UP IN FRONT OF THE HIGH SCHOOL AROUND 2:15-2:30 .

TO SIGN UP YOU MUST DO THE FOLLOWING:

1.       BE 14 ½ YEARS OLD

2.       A PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST TO GO TO THE GRAHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS CENTRAL (ADMINISTRATIVE) OFFICE LOCATED ACROSS THE PARKING LOT FROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OFFICE AND FILL OUT A FORM.

3.   THE PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST PAY A ONE TIME FEE OF $65 WHILE SIGNING UP THERE

4.   THE STUDY GUIDE IS ON THE GCS WEBSITE UNDER THE PARENT RESOURCES LINK/TAB

·         If you just need your eyes checked or if you are repeating the class you just need to show up and not sign up!

PARENT GUIDE TO GOOGLE CLASSROOM


Email us at: parenthelp@graham.k12.nc.us

or Call

Tech Department @ 828-479-9820

ask for

Myra, Randy or Cullin

A Big Shout Out !

A Big Shout Out!

To two young men in Mr. Parham’s Advanced Studies Carpentry Class for their fine craftsmanship in building two solid pieces of furniture. 


Diego Lopez (on the left) who has constructed an Adirondack chair out of maple wood and finished it with a solid stain. The chair has a storage rack in the back and is very comfortable.

Charlie Nations (on the right) who has constructed an end table with a neutral stained top and drawer front with the body of the table being finished with a solid stain that makes for a wonderful contrast.

Another GREAT product of RHS Carpentry!

Hear is another GREAT product of RHS Carpentry. Jake Worrell (above) has completed a gun cabinet that includes upper and lower raised panel doors, with moldings at the top mid-section, and the floor. Jake chose a custom stain over Canadian Maple, the stain is a combination of Bone Black and Old World Red Oak and toped in with three coats of clear lacquer. We were all excited to see Jake finish his Advanced Studies Product.

Rick D. Parham