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Welcome to Greenville Central School District
An International Baccalaureate World School & a New York State "High Performing District"
Greenville Offers 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, 2017. 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 Pre-school in Greenville and the Church Mouse Pre-School in Norton Hill. Transportation is not provided by the school district.
Applications are being collected, and acceptance will be via a lottery after applications are received. Acceptance is not based on family income.
Families will be notified of their acceptance as soon as possible, and acceptance will be finalized after completing the registration process with the Greenville Central School District Registrar. All enrollment offers are contingent on funding for New York State Pre-K grant.
For more information and to apply for UPK please contact Lynette Terrell, Greenville Central School Registrar at (518) 966-5070 ext. 305.
The Annual Budget Hearing is on Tuesday, May 2 @ 7:00 pm in the MS/HS Auditorium. To view the Budget Newsletter, click here.
Proposed Capital Project
For an electronic copy of the "Special Issue: Proposed Capital Project” newsletter, click here.
A hard copy will be mailed to all community members later this week.
The scope of work includes:
- Educational Renovations
- Field and Site Work (Athletics, PE Classes and Community Use)
- Building Renovations and Improvements
The funding to support the project comes from an existing Capital Reserve account and an existing Capital Project line item in the budget.
- No Increase to the Tax Levy
Please take a few minutes to read the newsletter which explains the scope and funding in detail and mark your calendars to attend one of the informational meetings listed below.
CAPITAL PROJECT INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS
|Tuesday, May 02, 2017||7:00pm||
(Annual Meeting: Presentation on the 17/18 Budget and Capital Project)
|Saturday, May 06, 2017||9:00am||
If you have any questions please call (518) 966-5070 Ext. 501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Invention 2017
Congratulations to the 2017 NJHS members
inducted on February 28th. Images
Sydney Ahrberg, Katriana Corbett, Evan Cotter
Registration packets for Kindergarten registration have been mailed out. If you did not receive a packet please contact the Registrar at 966-5070 Ext. 305.
Kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year is planned for February 6th thru February 10th. Please call the Registrar's office at 966-5070 Ext. 305 to set up an appointment for registration as soon as possible.
District Updates Code of Conduct Policy
Smart Schools Bond Spending Plan
|Click on the image to view the Smart Schools Bond Spending Plan. This document will outline the background, scope, planning, costs, schedules and dates. Questions and/or comments can be sent to email@example.com.|
Update 12/19/16: Click here
Update 11/30/16: Click here
The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority. The school district began testing its drinking water outlets, such as fountains and sinks, in May of 2016. The tests were performed to determine whether excess amounts of lead could be present in drinking water. Water received from municipal water sources is tested on a regular basis for contaminants such as lead, but testing individual fixtures in buildings has shown that lead from piping, solder, or fixtures can leach into the water in small amounts after it has entered the building, and before it is used for consumption.
The school district continues to test potential drinking water sources, but we would like to share the results that we have received thus far. Of the 65 results we have received from the laboratory so far, three outlets were above the New York State Department of Health’s threshold of 15 parts per billion of lead in water.
|Greenville High School:||1. Kitchen Sink, Cold|
|2. Kitchen Sink, Hot|
|3. Home and Careers Sink|
|MS/HS Water Test Results [updated 10/27/16]|
|Elementary School Water Test Results|
All of the above fixtures have been taken out of service and have been replaced. Follow-up samples have been scheduled, and these fixtures will NOT be put back into service until the new sample results show levels at or below the action level of 15 parts per billion. Please be assured that all of the high-priority sources being used at our schools are below the state threshold for lead.
We will continue to work with our Safety and Health consultant, Needham Risk Management Resource Group, LLC, and the Greene County Department of Health as the District receives the remaining sample results. The District will post these laboratory results on our website within the next several weeks.
For more information on lead in water please refer to the link below at the New York State Department of Health. https://www.health.ny.gov/publications/2508/
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 firstname.lastname@example.org