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


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Middle School Honor and Merit Rolls

To view the list of students who achieved an academic average of an 85 or higher, click here.

Greenville FFA Greenery Sale and Holiday Open House

FFA students displaying items they made

The Holiday Open House is on Saturday December 6 from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the High School Ag Room 263.

Pre-order your holiday wreaths, centerpieces, kissing balls and votives by leaving a message for Dianne Lewis @ 966-5070 Ext. 645 or email

12" Wreath
18" Wreath
20" Wreath
Small Centerpieces
Large Centerpieces
Mini Kissing Ball
Small Kissing Ball
Medium Kissing Ball
Large Kissing Ball
Cinnamon Stick Votives

Greenville Senior Performs on the Grand Ole Opry Stage

Khrystina Warnstadt was chosen for All-Nationals Honor Choir after earning a perfect score on her 2013 NYSSMA solo, attending All-State last year, then submitting a 2-minute audition video and a recommendation letter to Nationals. Out of thousands of applicants, Khrystina was one of 49 girls on her voice part. It took two years of singing auditions and preparation to earn eligibility for this ensemble. Khrystina demonstrated exceptional professionalism and musicianship and represented our school with pride.

Grand Ole Opry

In the picture to the right, you will notice a light-colored circle beneath the conductor's podium. This is the original oak floor from the first home of the Opry. Virtually every great country artist from the past 75 years has sung on those boards (Elvis, too!)

Below are four videos from Khrystina's performance last week at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

"Nyon Nyon" is a cool, modern choral piece that experiment with the different ways vowels and rhythms interact with one another. The conductor added movement to this piece and it's really amazing.


"Where Your Bare Foot Walks" is a fluid and beautiful love song based on the quote, "I want to be where your bare foot walks, because maybe before you step, you'll look at the ground. I want that blessing.” There's a close-up of Khrystina at 3:00.

"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" - a great setting of this folk song just for the girls in the choir. I can't imagine how many times this song has been sung on the Opry stage.

"Rejoice!" was the closing number; a gospel piece featuring the composer at the piano.

Khrystina's future plans include college next fall to study psychology and enter into a research field dealing with cognitive psychology. She also intends to perform in ensembles in college and pursue music any way she can in life.

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

Budget Advisory Committee Seeks Additional Members

The Budget Advisory Committee of Greenville Central School District is seeking additional members for the 2014-2015 school year. As of this time, there are three openings for community members and/or parents. Learn more

Middle School Students of the Month and Students of Character

Each month the Greenville Middle School teachers recognize students who demonstrate responsible, respectful behavior and great effort academically. The September students of the month were Morgyn Langlois, Gavin Metcalf, Meghan Misuraca, Walter Sutton, Hailey Mason and Jude Kappel.

These students were selected by grade-level teachers for beng positive role models demonstrating the following character traits. Respect was the character trait for September and the selected students were Hudson Turon, Riley Uht and Natalie Wysokowski.

Opting out of the National School Lunch Program

To ensure adequate, nutritional meals are available to our students, the District has decided to opt out of the National School Lunch Program at the Middle and High Schools only. Recent menu changes required as part of the federal mandate have resulted in a dramatic decline in students buying lunch. This has put a financial strain on the Food Service Program. Read 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