Upcoming Events:
-GFES Talent Show at the GFMS auditorium at 6:30 pm on Friday, Jan. 30th.
-K-2nd Pride of Granite Awards on Thurs., Feb. 5th 8:00 am-10 am.
-3rd-5th Pride of Granite Awards on Fri., Feb. 6th 8:00 am-10 am.

2014-2015 School Calendar

The G.F.E.S. Talent Show is Coming Soon!

The GFES shows have always been filled with top-notch talent. We are looking forward to what the students have to share with us this year.
The date for the talent show is Friday, January 30, 2015 at 6:30 in the GFMS auditorium.


Congratulations to our G.F.E.S. All-State/Honors Chorus Students!

The North Carolina Elementary Honors Chorus event was held in Winston-Salem, N.C. on November 8th and 9th. Six students from each school across North Carolina are eligible to audition and almost 550 audtioned for the chorus this year. Two hundred were selected by the judges to participate and these students worked with their music teachers to learn challenging music in preparation for the event. Four Granite Falls Elementary students were selected for this elite group of singers. We are very proud of Sarah Arnold, Karmah Clarke, Heather Deal, and Adam Storie. Way to go! We are also very proud of our music/chorus teacher, Mrs. Andrea Evans. She always does a great job with our students and we are blessed to have her at our school. The students are pictured below with our school board and superintendent, Dr. Steve Stone.


G.F.E.S. Inaugural Blood Drive was a Success!

Thank you to everyone who came out and supported our first blood drive! 

We had 74 people who presented to donate, with 29 being first timers, and the Red Cross collected 68 productive units of blood. They were very pleased with our contribution! Thank you again to the donors, volunteers, staff, and students for making our first drive so successful!

G.F.E.S. Participates in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!

Our school recently participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money for ALS research. The students were able to donate money and have their names put in a drawing. The four students whose names were drawn poured ice water on our principal, Mr. Chris Greene. Our school raised over $300 for this worthy cause. Double click on the videos below to see the challenge in action! 

Buster Bus Comes to G.F.E.S.

Buster Bus came to visit the Kindergarten students at our school on Thursday. He talked to them about bus safety and how important it is to follow the rules when riding on the bus. Thank you Buster Bus for helping teach our students!

Welcome to Granite Falls Elementary School!
Vision Statement

Future Ready

Important Information

  • Students are expected to be in their classrooms at 7:50. If the tardy bell rings and they are not, parents are required to bring them into the office to sign them in. Please go to www.time.gov to adjust your clocks to our bell time.
  • As the economy is very unstable, please complete a free/reduced lunch form if your family is is need of financial assistance.