Grace Christian Elementary

Growing Caring Exceptional Learners

"We expect success, nothing less!"

 G.C.E. was able to collect and donate to the 
Canned food drive for USM Eagles Nest food bank. 20+ items were collected! 
Our top class to donate was Mrs. Reynold's & Ms. Hibbler's Kindergarten Class.
This event was organized thanks to G.C.E.'s Junior Beta Club and their advisor Mrs. Christina Murray. 




Congratulations are in order to our very own Andre Taylor who submitted a video on Attendance Awareness and was one of the the seven winners. Way to Go Andre we are so proud of you! To view Andre video you may click on the link below.

                                                                                                               Attendance Awareness Contest Winners


David Brown - 10th grade-South Pike High School-South Pike School District-Teacher Cynthia Slay

Sarah Robinson - 8th grade-Iuka Middle School-Tishomingo County School District-Teacher Melissa Walker


Jack Durr - 3rd grade-Northside Elementary School-Pearl Public School District-Teacher Shea Hennesy

Sydney Graham - 7th grade-Rankin County School District-Teacher Rebecca Roberts              


Alcorn Career and Technology Center- Digital Media Class-Block 4-Alcorn County School District-Teacher Steve Shaw

Andre Taylor, Jr. - 5th  grade Grace Christian Elementary-Hattiesburg Public School District

Hannah Thompson, Jacqueria Bailey, Nicholas McGlorthan, Cameron Horton and Eric Vaughn-Brown Elementary - 5th grade- Jackson Public School District-Teacher Catherine Sarenac

Submissions can be found on the MDE website on the Compulsory page at


The mission of the Hattiesburg Public School District is to educate all students to become productive citizens of a dynamic, global community.
The Hattiesburg Public School District is a model teaching and learning community that graduates productive and caring citizens who are prepared to succeed.

    At Grace Christian Elementary school, we are educating learners today to become leaders tomorrow. We believe that all children are unique individuals and should be exposed to different methods of learning, depending on their intellectual, social, physical and emotional needs and abilities. We believe that all children have the capacity to learn. We believe it is the teacher’s responsibility to help children reach their capacity and their full potential by providing quality engaging lessons. We believe that when the mind of a child can conceive, receive and believe, then the mind can achieve. We believe that teachers should evaluate themselves in order to determine the effectiveness of their instruction and adjust their instruction according to the needs of their students. At Grace Christian Elementary we believe that team work will make our dream work. All of the students, parents, faculty, staff and community members are all contributing members of the same team and together we achieve great things.

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Alisha Person,
Nov 2, 2016, 11:49 AM