Winter sports are in full swing! Want to cheer on our teams? You can find all of our team schedules here: https://www.schedulegalaxy.com/schools/475
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
EARLY DISMISSAL TOMORROW, UPK-6 UPK- Grade 6 will have a planned early dismissal tomorrow, December 13th, for Parent Conferences. K-5 will dismiss at 11:30 AM Grade 6 will dismiss at 11:45 AM UPK will dismiss at 12:00 PM (Grades 7-12 Regular Day)
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Greenville CSD: Good evening, the Greenville Central School District will operate on a two hour delay on Monday, December 12th.
about 2 months ago, Daphane Pearson
Two Hour Delay on 12/12/22
Here's what's going on this week at Greenville! ⭐Monday, December 12⭐ *Robotics Club, 4:30 pm-6:00 pm, Room 226 *HS Yearbook Club, 3:00 pm, Library Conference Room *Board of Education Business Meeting, 6:00 pm-7:30 pm, MS/HS Library ⭐Tuesday, December 13⭐ *MS After School Help: Math, Science, and ELA *HS After School Help 3:00 pm-4:00 pm: Math with Mrs. Lunde in Room 228 and Science with Ms. Sharkey, Room 233 *HS Poetry Club, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm, Room 221 *HS Winter Concert, 7:00 pm, HS Auditorium *Ping Pong, 3:00-4:00 pm, MS/HS Cafeteria ⭐Wednesday, December 14⭐ *MS After School Help: Math, Science and Social Studies *HS After School Help 3:00 pm-4:00 pm: Social Studies with Mr. Thela in Room 126, Math with Mr. Russell, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Room 236. *HS Journalism Club, 3-4pm, Room 221 ⭐Thursday, December 15⭐ *MS After School Help: Math *MS/HS Book Club, 3:00 pm-4:00 pm, HS Library *HS After School Help 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm: ELA with Mr. Karle in Room 221. Math with Mrs. McGuinness in Room 232. *HS Art Club, 3:00 pm- 4:00 pm, Room 145 *HS FFA, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm *PTA Meeting, 6:30 pm, ES Cafeteria ⭐Friday, December 16⭐ Have a great weekend :) **Please note dates and times are subject to change and/or cancellation. This information is compiled from the following sources: For details about Middle School events, please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Av6S_-_eIKWSj1yNZebrInrMt13eb2eqCMf1dvV1P6E/edit For details about High School events, please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRdQuiZnZUp7q2HmU8oSVEKH4XDeXUT8DTj2aaTbqlOiTfZMoWMIcK5gEaeSgSTXErfH58ojKVL8zC3/pub For details about Athletic schedules, please click here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NE9V4LHc-YX8tcg8c4xzLd1wYnwrDo3fB69l_Wwo1dY/edit#gid=416679379 For a calendar of events at Greenville, please click here: https://www.greenvillecsd.org/o/greenville-csd/events
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Members of the MS/HS Book Club, Nicole C. and Lola F. made a "book tree" for the holiday season! Emersyn G. and Julia R. decorated the rest of the library with lights and holiday figures.
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
about 2 months ago, Sara Statham
Yesterday LTC Michael Hutchinson visited Ms. Carlton’s English classes to talk about his experience serving in Afghanistan as a member of the U.S. Army Special Forces. After reading the book “Ground Zero,” curious 7th graders were left with questions that only someone who lived in Afghanistan for 15+ years could answer. That’s when Ms. Carlton made the call to LTC Hutchinson. LTC Hutchinson- Thank you for your service, and for coming in to talk about your experience overseas and answer the many questions our classes had.
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Capital Project passes 398 to 112! “I’m excited to announce the passing of our capital project by a margin of 398 yes votes to 112 no votes, and the addition of a high school student member of the Board of Education by a margin of 413 yes votes to 93 no votes,” shared Superintendent Michael Bennett. “We’d like to thank the Greenville Central School District community for coming out to support the capital project that will significantly improve many of the teaching and learning spaces at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. We look forward to the day students will have the opportunity to learn, and our educators will have the opportunity to teach, in these new spaces.” For more information, please click here.
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
The vote is underway! Stop by to vote for the capital project, have some cookies and cocoa, make a holiday card, make a book mark, and take home some free Covid tests!
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
TODAY IS THE DAY! Vote for the Capital Project from 3pm-9pm today at the elementary school. Cocoa, cookies, and crafts will be available for kids, courtesy of the PTA & PTSA. Questions? Email us! capitalproject2022@greenvillecsd.org OR visit our website: https://www.greenville.k12.ny.us/page/capital-project-2022
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Here's what's going on this week at Greenville! ⭐Monday, December 5⭐ *K-6 Parent Conferences *K-6 Early Dismissal, (K-5, 11:30am and 6, 11:45am) *ES Scholastic Book Fair (open until 2pm) *Robotics Club 4:30-6pm, Room 226 *HS Yearbook Club, 3pm, Library Conference Room *PTSA Meeting, 6pm, HS Cafeteria ⭐Tuesday, December 6⭐ *CAPITAL PROJECT VOTE, 3pm-9pm, ES Cafeteria *Cookies, Cocoa & Crafting, 3pm-9pm, ES *ES Scholastic Book Fair *MS After School Help: Math, Science, and ELA *MS Winter Concert, 7pm, HS Auditorium *HS After School Help 3-4pm: Math with Mrs. Lunde in Room 228 and Science with Ms. Sharkey, Room 233 *HS Poetry Club, 3-4pm, Room 221 *Ping Pong, 3-4pm, Cafeteria *HS Greenville Athletic Association student meeting, 3-330pm, MS Rm 112 *Parents as Partners Webinar 6:30pm ⭐Wednesday, December 7⭐ *ES Scholastic Book Fair Parent Night 5pm-7pm *MS After School Help: Math, Science and Social Studies *MS/HS Ping Pong Club, 3-4pm, Cafeteria *HS After School Help 3-4pm: Social Studies with Mr. Thela in Room 126 *HS Journalism Club, 3-4pm, Room 221 ⭐Thursday, December 8⭐ *ES Scholastic Book Fair *MS After School Help: Math *HS After School Help 3-4pm: ELA with Mr. Karle in Room 221 *HS Art Club, 3-4pm, Room 145 *HS FFA, 3-4pm ⭐Friday, December 9⭐ *ES Scholastic Book Fair **Please note dates and times are subject to change and/or cancellation. This information is compiled from the following sources: For details about Middle School events, please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Av6S_-_eIKWSj1yNZebrInrMt13eb2eqCMf1dvV1P6E/edit For details about High School events, please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRdQuiZnZUp7q2HmU8oSVEKH4XDeXUT8DTj2aaTbqlOiTfZMoWMIcK5gEaeSgSTXErfH58ojKVL8zC3/pub For details about Athletic schedules, please click here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NE9V4LHc-YX8tcg8c4xzLd1wYnwrDo3fB69l_Wwo1dY/edit#gid=416679379 For a calendar of events at Greenville, please click here: https://www.greenvillecsd.org/o/greenville-csd/events
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Over the past couple of days, the District received a few questions and concerns about the upcoming Capital Project vote on Tuesday. In the spirit of transparency, here's a link to the questions received, along with the answers provided: https://5il.co/1litm For additional questions about the upcoming Capital Project vote, please email capitalproject2022@greenvillecsd.org. Someone will be monitoring the inbox all weekend. Don’t forget to vote! Tuesday, December 6, 2022 3:00pm-9:00pm Elementary School Cafeteria
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Next week is the Scholastic Book Fair for elementary students! Students will have time during the week to shop for books with their class. Parent Night is on Wednesday from 5pm-7pm. To learn more about the book fair: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/scottmellis To volunteer: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050b4ea8a82aaaff2-scholastic
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
The Capital Project vote is only FOUR days away! Cookies, Cocoa & Crafts will be available for kids throughout the vote, courtesy of the PTA & PTSA. For more information on the Capital Project, please visit our website: https://www.greenvillecsd.org/page/capital-project-2022
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Greenville students are doing a little good in the world this holiday season. Ms. Conley worked with middle and high school students to create handmade cards to give to Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc., a nonprofit that provides support for mothers who have children serving active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. The cards will be included in care packages that the organization sends to veteran and active duty military personnel. Thank you to all the students who volunteered their time to make this happen.
about 2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Mrs. Doherty's health classes had quite the feast last week! Thanks to the Greenville Educational Foundation, the Nicholson Family, United Rentals, and in conjunction with the Chef from Sunny Hill - students experienced a "healthier" Thanksgiving meal (traditional Thanksgiving items with a healthy twist! The event fed over 200 people in our school last week - and it was DELICIOUS!
2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Here's what's going on this week at Greenville! ⭐Monday, November 28⭐ *Robotics Club 4:30-6pm, Room 226 *MS/HS Scholastic Book Fair *HS Yearbook Club, 3pm, Library Conference Room *Parents as Partners: Social Media Overload and the Epidemic of Loneliness, 630pm ⭐Tuesday, November 29⭐ *Capital Project Q&A Open to the Public, 6-7pm, Large Auditorium *MS After School Help: Math, Science, and ELA *MS/HS Book Club, 3-4pm, Library *MS/HS Scholastic Book Fair *HS After School Help 3-4pm: Math with Mrs. Lunde in Room 228 and Science with Ms. Sharkey, Room 233 *HS Poetry Club, 3-4pm, Room 221 ⭐Wednesday, November 30⭐ *MS After School Help: Math, Science and Social Studies *MS/HS Scholastic Book Fair *MS/HS Ping Pong Club, 3-4pm, Cafeteria *HS After School Help 3-4pm: Social Studies with Mr. Thela in Room 126 *HS Journalism Club, 3-4pm, Room 221 ⭐Thursday, December 1⭐ *MS After School Help: Math *MS/HS Scholastic Book Fair *HS After School Help 3-4pm: ELA with Mr. Karle in Room 221 *HS Art Club, 3-4pm, Room 145 *HS FFA, 3-4pm ⭐Friday, December 2⭐ **MS/HS Scholastic Book Fair *HS Mental Health Advocates meeting, 3-4pm, Library ⭐Saturday, December 3⭐ *Holiday Craft Fair Hosted by the Class of 2025, 10a-3pm **Please note dates and times are subject to change and/or cancellation. This information is compiled from the following sources: For details about Middle School events, please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Av6S_-_eIKWSj1yNZebrInrMt13eb2eqCMf1dvV1P6E/edit For details about High School events, please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRdQuiZnZUp7q2HmU8oSVEKH4XDeXUT8DTj2aaTbqlOiTfZMoWMIcK5gEaeSgSTXErfH58ojKVL8zC3/pub For details about Athletic schedules, please click here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NE9V4LHc-YX8tcg8c4xzLd1wYnwrDo3fB69l_Wwo1dY/edit#gid=416679379 For a calendar of events at Greenville, please click here: https://www.greenvillecsd.org/o/greenville-csd/events
2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Don't forget - the Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Greenville Middle School and High School TOMORROW! Students can shop at the fair in the Library during the school day. Fair is open until December 2nd. More info: https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/greenvillecentralmiddleschool
2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
The Middle School Drama Club put on an incredible play last weekend! Read all about it here: https://www.greenvillecsd.org/article/918833 Check out photos from Friday's performance here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/wNiHG3Z99BQQE2v77
2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola
Ms. Conley, the MS/HS Library Media Specialist, had Mr. Morelli's English class take part in "Book Speed Dating" as a way to introduce students to books they otherwise might not be exposed to. Students sit at a table in front of one of four menus. Every three minutes they switch tables and use the book that corresponds to their menu to fill out a graphic organizer. After reading the first few pages and checking out the cover, students can make an informed decision about their opinion on the book by answering questions like "is this a book you could be interested in?" "how did the author pull you in?" Students experienced six different categories of books: short stories, sci-fi and fantasy, realistic fiction, verse novels, mystery and suspense, and historical fiction. They were also given a book mark to write down books of interest to them. Some of the books were so good - we have a waiting list for them!
2 months ago, Sierra Pizzola