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Events Coming Up
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on December 3, 2019
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December 9th @6:30 PM Band Concert and Silent Auction

December 12th @ 6:00 PM Orchestra Concert and Silent Auction@ Gray’s Creek High School Auditorium

December 16th @6:30 PM Chorus Concert and Silent Auction

2019 Silent Auction Items

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Holiday Basket Auction Guidelines

Thank you for taking the time to visit the Gray’s Creek Middle School PTA Holiday Basket Auction!  We have collected dozens of amazing donations from our local community partners.  Do you still have shopping to do for the holidays?  We are sure to have a perfect idea for someone on your gift list!  You will find tremendous savings from the actual retail prices.  Take advantage of these great deals while raising money for your school!  Thank you for your support!

Bidding hours:  Bidding will take place from 5:30 p.m. until 5 minutes after the end of the performance. *You must be present to bid.  You cannot “call-in” a bid for someone to record on your behalf.  If you place the winning bid, you are expected to pay the amount you offered.  You do not have to be present at the time winners are announced.

Bid sheets:

Each prize has a bid sheet with the name of the prize, actual value, minimum starting bid, and the size of incremental bids.  The actual value is the total retail price of all items included.  The minimum starting bid is the lowest price that can be bid for a particular item.  The bid increment is the amount of increase from the current standing bid to the next new bid.  For example, if the current bid is $30 and the bid increment is $5, the next bid must be at least $35 or more.

Once a bid is placed, we encourage you to revisit the bid sheet periodically.  If another bidder surpasses your bid price, you may want to consider increasing your bid.  You may bid on as many items as you wish; however, keep in mind the possibility of you winning all prizes on which you bid.  There will be a 10-minute last call for bids at the conclusion of the performance.  Anyone wishing to raise their bid will need to do so at this time.  An announcement will be made to notify you that bidding is closed.

Claiming Your Prize:

All prize recipients will be announced after bidding closes.  You do not have to be present to win.  Recipients not present will be contacted using the phone number provided on the bid sheet.  The winner will have 24 hours to make payment on the package.  Payment can be made in cash or with a credit card through the PTA website:  www.gcms.click2volunteer.com.  If the proposed recipient has not contacted the GCMS PTA by the end of the 24-hour period, the second highest bidder for that prize will be proclaimed the new winner.  This individual will then have 24 hours to pay for the prize.  This process will continue until all prizes are claimed.  Prizes will be released only after payment is received.

 

 

        
Every Minute Counts
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on December 1, 2019
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Informational slide advertising Every Minute Counts with a teacher standing in front of her students reading while students are wearing virtual reality visors sitting at tables and a caption of From start to finish, class time matters on a gray banner with the CCS logo

        
School Angels Watch Program
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on November 21, 2019
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Image of students and teachers walking along the sidewalk. Cumberland County Schools' School Angel Watch Program working to keep our schools safe

        
Student Accident Insurance Info
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on November 6, 2019
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Multiple children playing tug of war outside with lots of green trees in the back ground. One child wearing a white shirt and others wearing blue shirts.

        
2019-20 School Dress Code
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on October 21, 2019
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Student DRESS CODE as stated in the 2019-20 Student Handbook

Students should dress appropriately for school each day. Clothing should not be a distraction of the learning environment and should be comfortable for all school activities. The education of our students is our highest priority and students’ clothing should not serve as a hindrance to that purpose. Clothing must cover all undergarments and the midriff. Logos or garments that promote alcohol, drugs, tobacco, gang affiliation, nudity, or profanity are not allowed. Read more

        
Educational Partner – Harris Teeter
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on September 24, 2019
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Harris Teeter Neighborhood Food and Pharmacy Kid wearing glasses with a book on his head. Celebrating 20 years.

You may link your VIC card to GCMS by go to the link below:

        
Free Breakfast
Published by Mary Ellen Oxendine on September 23, 2019
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Slide let everyone know that we have 65 schools in CCS that will be providing students with a breakfast and lunch free of charge when school is in session.