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Welcome to Greenville Central School District

An International Baccalaureate World School & a New York State "High Performing District"

eNews

Greenville Central School District "eNews" is a resource to keep parents and community members informed about important school district events and information. By signing up for eNews you will receive a monthly electronic newsletter and other important information about the District. To be added to the mailing list, send an email to pearsond@greenville.k12.ny.us

Parent Today

Parent Today

Greenville Central School District is encouraging parents to sign up for Parent Today, a bimonthly, opt-in e-mail newsletter delivered to subscribers’ inboxes.  It features easy-to-read, blog-style posts talking about what matters most for families. Parent Today addresses important, age-appropriate topics and gives accessible, easy-to-implement strategies. It also provides information to help families understand the dramatic changes taking place in school curriculum and public education. Subscribers can access the Parent Today website for ongoing information and support in dealing with the challenges of raising an educated child.

Parent Today is provided free of charge to families in GCSD.

To subscribe to Parent Today, click on the “Parent Today” icon and follow the on-screen instructions or visit parenttoday.org.  The District ID number is 12083.

Summer Meals Assistance

The USDA Summer Meals Hotline: 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-HAMBRE. Families will receive assistance to find the location, meal times, and contact information for summer meals based on their full address, city and/or zip code. The summer meals finder is located at http://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks. This website is easy for families to use as they can access summer meal locations by entering their zip code. This service will begin May 15 and information will be updated throughout the summer. No paperwork is necessary. Must be 18 years old or younger.

S.A.D.D. PARTY: A SCHOOL & COMMUNITY SUCCESS STORY

The GCS chapter of S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions) worked very hard to organize a Post Prom Party following the Prom on May 9th-10th. The purpose of the all night party was to provide a safe, drug and alcohol free environment for students to have fun after the prom. It was hoped that this type of event would help prevent any serious drug and alcohol related accidents from occurring after the Prom.

A variety of activities such as basketball, volleyball, hockey, ping pong, videos, and other games were available to the students. Food and drinks were available throughout the Party and prizes were awarded every 15 minutes. The party concluded at 6:00 a.m. with breakfast.

As a result of tremendous support from parents, local businesses, and local service organizations, the Party was an overwhelming success! There were 118 students that attended the Party.

S.A.D.D. Advisor Jim Tyrrell was pleased with the results. “The kids were all very well behaved, as usual. We all had lots of fun, including the chaperones. I’m always so impressed with the support of our parents and community for important functions like this. It’s a great opportunity for adults in the community to show their confidence in and concern for the students in our school. The students were very impressed and appreciative of the support.”

The following is a list of those who have demonstrated their support already this year: Walenta & Company Agency, Inc., B & B Forest Products, GCS HS Student Council, National Bank of Coxsackie, Greene County Power Equipment, Greene County STOP DWI Program, Greenville Saw Service Inc., Greenville Faculty Association, Greenville Volunteer Fire Co. Auxiliary, Tri-Village Volunteer Fire Co., Rensselaerville Volunteer Fire Co., Westerlo Volunteer Rescue Squad, Westerlo Vol. Fire Company, Catskill Elks’ Lodge #1341, Pine Lake Manor, Virginia Mangold Reality, Van Auken Express Co., Kelly's Pharmacy, Town Line Auto, Oak Valley Logging, Mr. & Mrs. Kappel, Ciani and Morris Physical Therapy, Eastern Mutual Insurance Co., Grapeville Agency, Inc., Moosehead Cedar Log Homes, Modern Metal Fabricators, Inc., NAPA Greenville Auto and Truck Parts, Inc., Ms. Barbara Brandon, Baumann’s Brookside Resort, Greenville Educational Foundation Fund, Big Top Tents, Anne Lafferty Realty, Just A Buck, Paul's Pizza and Pasta, GNH Lumber, Quarry Steakhouse, Mountain View Brasserie, Two Twisted Ladies, Hollowbrook Restaurant, Vince Anna’s Restaurant, Price Chopper – Catskill, Michelle Case (in memory of Shelby), The Milk Run, Lounsbury Service, NBT Bank, Tip Top Furniture/Freehold Country Store, Green Hill Café, Tracy Churchill and GCS Cafeteria.

The following teachers and community members sacrificed a tremendous amount of their time and energy by chaperoning between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.: Mrs. Esposito, Mrs. Shultes, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Crawley, Ms. Gannon, Mrs. Knott, Mr. Warga, and Mr. Tyrrell.

The S.A.D.D. students who worked so very hard on this Party were led by President Bethany Mitchell. Following members contributed their considerable time and talent: Brittany Johnson, Olivia Baumann, Ava Fitzmaurice, Evelena Welch, Hannah Holznagel, Michelle Martuscello, Caroline Bobrick, Zoe Rudloff, Erin Crawley, Bethany Overbaugh, Charlotte Hutchins, Genevieve Palmer, Hannah Smith, and Chenoa Cox.

Mission Accomplished: The Post Prom Party helped make the prom weekend a safe and memorable time.

Music Calendar 15/16

The 2015-2016 Music Calendar can be found in the A to Z Index under Calendar-Music 15/16

Third Quarter Honor Rolls

To view the list of students who achieved an academic average of an 85 or higher, click on the school below.
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Universal Pre-K

Universal Pre-K is a program that provides free pre-kindergarten classes for families who live in the Greenville Central School District. The UPK program is available to children who are 4 years old by December 1, 2015. All families are welcome to apply, regardless of income. UPK classes are held five half-days a week and follow the Greenville Central School District calendar. The UPK providers in our district are Little Angels in Greenville and the United Methodist Church Daycare in Norton Hill. Transportation is not provided by the school district. Applications are due by May 6, 2015 and acceptance will be via a lottery after applications are received. Learn more

Middle School Students of the Month April and May

Each month the Greenville Middle School teachers recognize students who demonstrate responsible, respectful behavior and great effort academically. The April students of the month were Lydia Ackerman, Matthew DeBonis, Lydia Mardas, James Mitchell and Travis Wilson. The May students of the month were Autumn Brennan, Christopher Dowdall, Baillie Kappel, Keenan Mulholland, Arianna Pahl and Isabella Trostle.

Middle School Students of Character for April and May

These students were selected by grade-level teachers for being positive role models demonstrating the following character trait caring in April: Alexis Archambault, Benjamin Gorneau and Joseph Papol.

The character trait for May is Being Your Personal Best and the following students were selected: Alexandrea Goyette, Mikaela Hallenbeck and Morgan Holznagel.

"Unwanted Companions" Best in ShowBest in Show

The Seventeenth Annual Twin County Science Expo was held on March 21st at Columbia-Greene Community College. The Science Expo affords outstanding fifth through eight grade student scientists in Columbia and Greene counties the opportunity to showcase science experiments and projects that, in many cases, have been judged as first place winners in their respective school districts. This year, Alex Content and Baillie Kappel won first place for seventh grade AND the "Best in Show" award for their project "Unwanted Companions". They compared how effective hand cleaning techniques were in killing microbes for their research.

New Ala Carte Prices effective April 13th

The MS/HS After School Program is moving to the Express Line and it will be open until 4:00pm. Ala carte prices have increased. Learn more

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.