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Make-up snow day announcement
School closings due to inclement weather require that May 22, 2015 will be a day of student attendance.
School Psychologist of the Year Award
Congratulations to Dr. Pamela Agan-Smith, PsyD who has been named 2015 School Psychologist of the Year by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). NASP established the award in 1990 to recognize individual school psychologists who have demonstrated exemplary dedication and effectiveness in improving the well-being of children, families and schools, and in advancing the profession of school psychology.
Dr. Pam has been a school psychologist at Greenville for 31 years. She earned her Associate of Science degree at Corning Community College, her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Binghamton University and her Master of Science and Doctor of Psychology degrees at the University at Albany. When she began practicing at GCSD, Dr. Pam was the district’s only school psychologist. She became a fervent advocate for students with disabilities, and within her first 3 years, helped develop three new special education programs.
As a leader and innovator, Dr. Pam has decisively and positively impacted the health, well-being, and academic achievement of her students. According to NASP President Stephen E. Brock (pictured on the left), Dr. Agan-Smith “exemplifies services in the areas of system change, prevention, and intervention, more effective instruction, and improving the mental health of students.” Her colleagues at Greenville describe her as passionate in her work, with a constant warmth and sense of humor. They appreciate her down-to-earth, solution-focused perspective, nothing that “she thinks like a scientist but always works from her heart.” Read more
Photo and press release excerpt courtesy of NASP (National Association of School Psychologists)
National Merit Scholarship Program Finalist
The Greenville Central School District would like to congratulate Rachel Coe-Scharff for advancing to Finalist standing in the National Merit Scholarship Program of two thousand and fifteen by demonstrating through distinguished performance high potential for future academic accomplishment.
Rachel’s high scores on her PSAT’s and SAT’s, as well as completing a rigorous application process has awarded her this experience. Scholarship offers will be awarded to select Finalists in the spring. Congratulations Rachel!
Second Quarter Honor Rolls
Middle School Students of the Month and Students of Character for November and December
Each month the Greenville Middle School teachers recognize students who demonstrate responsible, respectful behavior and great effort academically. The December students of the month were Swarajjit Debnath, Emily Duncan, Kate Dushane, Christine Focken, Jacob Winn and Austin Wright. The November students of the month were Bergen Criswell, Donald Gardner, Joseph Nicosia, Kasey Pfleging and Bridget Rose.
These students were selected by grade-level teachers for beng positive role models demonstrating the following character traits. Responsibility was the character trait for November and December. The selected students for November were Isabella Antonelli, Rosaleen Corrigan and Isabella Vereen. The selected students for December were Benjamin Lewis, Trent Kipp and Willobee Sutton.
GCS Kindergarten Registration
Residents of the Greenville Central School District with children who are born on or before December 1, 2010 are eligible to enroll for Kindergarten. Kindergarten registration for the 2015-2016 school year is planned for the week of February 2nd. Registration will be by appointment. To schedule an appointment please call the Registrar’s office at 966-5070 Ext. 305. Parents will need to bring to registration the following information: any documentary evidence in existence for 2 years or more and/or your child’s original birth certificate, passport or baptismal certificate, immunization records, most recent physical and three proofs of residency (examples of accepted proofs are: utility bills, homeowner’s insurance, and mortgage or lease agreement). If you have questions regarding any of the above please contact the Registrar’s office. Parents who have children with special needs should notify the Registrar as soon as possible so future educational programs may be planned for their child. Registration packets, including dates and times of registration, will be mailed to families who are listed on our current census. If you do not receive a packet and you believe your child is eligible to enter Greenville Central School, please contact the Registrar’s office at 966-5070 Ext. 305. Parents will receive additional information at registration about upcoming special events planned for the incoming kindergarten students.
Flocking into Greenville the summer of 2015
Hold onto your tail feathers! A flock of whimsical, colorful and just plain quacktastic ducks are flying into Greenville for the summer of 2015. Ducks are quintessential to Greenville and have been a summertime fixture in the center of town for decades. That is why the Greenville Beautification Committee has chosen Quack! Quack! as the theme of its 2015 public art project fundraiser. Learn More
Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program
Universal Pre-K is a program that provides free pre-kindergarten classes for families who live in the Greenville School District. The UPK program is available to children who are 4 years old by December 1, 2014. All families are welcome to apply, regardless of income. The UPK providers in our District are Little Angels in Greenville and the Church Mouse Pre-School in Norton Hill. Transportation is not provided by the school district. The anticipated openings are at the Church Mouse Pre-School in Norton Hill. For more information and to apply for UPK, please contact Lynette Terrell, District Registrar, at 966-5070 Ext. 305