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Know! To Defend Against Mean Girls
If your child’s safety is at-risk at any point, her property gets damaged or stolen, or the situation simply becomes too much for her to handle directly, you (parents) will need to step in and contact the school, law enforcement, or other appropriate party, depending on the circumstances.
Read More
School Day Start and End Times
 
Greenville High School Grades 9-12
100 Green Wave Way
Hours: 7:45 am - 2:40 pm   (may enter building at 7:15 a.m.)

Greenville Middle School Grades 5-8
1111 N. Ohio Street
Hours: 7:30 am - 2:25 pm    (may enter building at 7:15 a.m.)

Greenville Elementary School Grades K-4
1111 N. Ohio Street
Hours: 9:00 am - 3:55 pm    (may enter building at 8:50 a.m.)

Read More
KNOW! School Lockdowns, Classroom Shelters, and Bulletproof Backpacks - Oh My!
It’s a new school year. Students have gathered their supplies and are heading back to the classroom with their fresh binders, spiral notebooks, and bulletproof backpacks
Read More
KNOW! To Pump Them Up for a Successful New School Year
Words are a powerful force. They can inspire, encourage and create enthusiasm, or they can dishearten, discourage and create despair—especially in the lives of young, impressionable people.
Read More
Teen Sex Trafficking—KNOW! To Educate Them to Protect Them
The following Know! Tip discusses the sex trafficking of children. There is no graphic content or description below, but it could still be difficult for some readers. If you suspect human trafficking might be occurring near you or need help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888, TTY 711, text 233-733, or chat with the hotline at humantraffickinghotline.org/chat .
Read More
Teen Sex Trafficking What Parents Need to KNOW!
The following Know! Tip discusses the sex trafficking of children. There is no graphic content or description below, but it could still be difficult for some readers. If you suspect human trafficking might be occurring near you or need help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888, TTY 711, text 233-733, or chat with the hotline at humantraffickinghotline.org/chat 
Read More
Know! Concerns Validated on 13 Reasons Why
As youth take time to kick back and relax this summer, many will choose to binge-watch their favorite shows on streaming services like Netflix. But parents beware, there is a popular teen drama you may want to steer your tweens/teens away from— 13 Reasons Why.
Read More
Know! Parents Who Host Lose The Most: Don't Be a Party to Teenage Drinking
The summer is fast-approaching, which means end-of-school celebrations, graduation parties and endless summer gatherings for teens. Unfortunately, this also means teens gaining greater access and availability to alcohol, and more youth partaking in underage drinking.
Read More
Know! Your Parental Role: First Line of Defense
In the previous tip, Know! Underage Drinking is a Big Deal, we talked about the widespread prevalence of underage drinking and the destructive consequences it continues to create. We discussed the fact that alcohol is a powerful, mood-altering drug and that alcoholism is a chronic disease. In this tip, we focus on the role parents play when it comes to alcohol and other drugs.
Read More
Know! Underage Drinking is a Big Deal
April is Alcohol Awareness Month: Sponsored annually by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), this year’s theme is, “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.”

No other substance is more widely used by America’s youth than alcohol, making alcohol use disorder and alcohol-related problems the number one public health problem in the United States.

Read More
Know! What’s New With 420
As parents and educators, when it comes to drug and alcohol messaging, it
is important to take advantage of teachable moments with our youth.
One of those ideal moments to strike up a conversation is just around the corner—
April 20th.

You’re more than likely aware that 420 is slang for marijuana. You may
also know that April 20th (4/20) is considered Worldwide Weed Day, where
smokers light up around the globe respectively at 4:20 p.m.

Read More
Know! How Your Child's Health Habits Rank
Parenting requires a daily balancing act—especially when it comes to raising tweens and teens. According to newly released research from the University of Texas Health Science Center, many of us should reexamine the health habits of our children (as well as our own) and help to make some adjustments. After studying the lifestyles of more than 60,000 American high school students, they found that only 1 in 20 young people are getting the recommended combined amount of sleep, exercise, and screen time.
Read More
Graduation Requirements
Sometime in January or February, High Schools across the state of Ohio begin to plan their Commencement Ceremonies for their graduating seniors. Traditionally in places such as Greenville High School have good success in preparing our students for graduation and beyond.  This preparation is the culmination of countless hours of work and planning by students, parents, school employees, and community members.  Graduation requirements adopted by the State of Ohio require all students to show a high level of achievement to earn a high school diploma.
Read More
Family Involvement
According to research, a family’s involvement in their child’s education is the single most important factor in school success and achievement.  Kindergarten enrollment is April 2, 3, and 4.  As we prepare for the beginning of another year of school, here are some ways for families to be involved:
Read More
Know! Sleep is Fuel for Life
March 10th-16th is Sleep Awareness Week: How well is your child sleeping?

Sleep is food for the brain particularly for adolescents in the critical stages of physical, emotional, and intellectual development. Less than 15% of teens get the sleep their bodies and minds need to fuel that growth, and that’s a big problem. Sleep deprivation poses a serious threat to our children’s health, safety, and academic success.

Read More
Understanding the Importance of School Attendance
Many parents underestimate the importance of good school attendance, especially during the early years. Showing up for school has a huge impact on a student’s academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school. While missing a school day here and a day there may not seem like much, missing just 2 days a month can drastically affect a student’s academic success. Those 2 days a month means your child is missing 10% of the entire school year! Unexcused and excused absences easily add up to too much time lost in the classroom.
Read More
Know! The Facts on Youth Suicide
Suicide is now the second leading cause of death among youth and young adults ages 12-24, second only to accidental death; and for every suicide, there are 100-200 suicide attempts. This is a vital topic we must be discussing, and revisiting regularly, with our youth.
Read More
Reading Matters
Like developing anything important, building better students requires providing the right environment. School is filled with teachers, staff, and materials that serve the purpose of encouraging students to learn. Frequently the question is asked by parents, grandparents and community members, “What can we do we do outside of the classroom to encourage learning?”
Read More
Kindergarten Registration 2019-2020
Greenville City Schools will be holding kindergarten registration at Greenville Elementary, 1111 N. Ohio St. on the following dates and times:
 
Tuesday, April 2nd
4 P.M.—7 P.M.  
Wednesday, April 3rd
4 P.M.—6 P.M.  
Thursday, April 4th
4 P.M.—6 P.M.
 

Read More
-Make-Up Day Notice-
The entire district (K-12) will have make-up days on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 and Wednesday, May 29, 2019. 

The K-8 School has accumulated seven calamity days total. 

Greenville High School has accumulated eight calamity days this school year and will also have to make-up Thursday, May 30, 2019. This is for the high school only.


Read More
Know! Momo and her Deadly Challenge to our Youth
In the past, Prevention Action Alliance shared information on a dangerous internet game called the Blue Whale Challenge. It involves acts of self-harm and ultimately, to win the game is to take one’s own life.
Read More
TITLE I and IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act)
Greenville City Schools receives federal funding through Title I and the Special Education – IDEA (Part B) grant to assist with education of students, including handicapped children, ages 3 through 21.
Read More
Parents Tips from Know! The New Danger - Nicotine Toothpicks?
Do you KNOW! what an electronic cigarette and a toothpick have in common? They’re both nicotine products promoted as “helping adults to quit smoking,” yet they’re both haphazardly finding their way into the hands (and mouths) of our youth nationwide.
Read More
Know! The Three Steps to a Happy New You!
It’s a new year: Have you given thought to what you’d like to take on or improve upon over the next 12 months? How about a happier, more positive life for you and/or your children? 
Read More
Emergency Operations Plan
Twelve professionals met on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 in the Anna Bier room at Memorial Hall to review, discuss and update the Emergency Operations Plan for the Greenville School District. Lieuteant Eric Roberts from the Greenville Police Department with present School Resource Officers Jesse Osswald and Ryan Borowske and future School Resource Officer (SRO) Darren Fox were in attendance.
Read More
Know! Beyond the Holiday Blues
‘Tis the season to be jolly; It’s the most wonderful time of the year; It’s the happiest season of all. That’s what we hear. But what if your teen
isn’t feeling jolly, wonderful, or even the slightest bit happy?

Read More
Know! To Give and Receive the Gift of Kindness
Tis the season for giving; and among the greatest gifts one can give to another is kindness. It need not cost a thing. One single act of kindness has the potential of inspiring others and creating a rippling effect that keeps on giving.
Read More
Know! CBD – Miracle in a Bottle or Modern-Day Snake Oil?
If you haven’t yet heard of CBD oil, you will soon. It’s one of the hottest, trendiest products on the market, and it claims to be a cure-all for whatever ails you.
Read More
Know! Sexual Assault Prevention Tips for Teens
The following Know! Tip discusses subject matter that some parents and teachers may feel uncomfortable reading about, specifically regarding sexual assault. If you, or someone you know, has been sexually assaulted and want to talk, the National Sexual Assault Hotline is a free and confidential resource where counselors are available 24/7. You can reach the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673).
Read More
Know! Not to Be a Lawnmower Parent
By this point, we’re likely all familiar with the term Helicopter Parenting, where parents keep an overly watchful eye on their child’s every move and then swoop in to save the day at the first sign of trouble. But have you heard of Lawnmower Parenting? And are you possibly guilty of it?
Read More
The Third Grade Reading Guarantee
The Third Grade Reading Guarantee (TGRG) was developed in 2013 and is used as a method to identify students in grades kindergarten through third grade that are behind in reading.  
Read More
Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS)
We have high expectations at Greenville Middle School through Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) to help all students learn.
Read More
Know! The Risk Factors Associated with Drug Addiction
September is National Recovery Month. Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Recovery Month is a time to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders and celebrate people living in recovery.
Read More
The Unsung Hero
The K-8 students and staff will take a moment to remember a day of tragedy and of unification of people around those who stood as heroes on September 11, 2001.  
Read More
Know! The Key Skills for Your Child's Academic Success
As teens begin a new school year, we have the opportunity to help them start strong and stay on track toward academic success. We all know the importance of academic achievement in shaping the minds of our children, giving them a competitive edge to further their education and to better prepare them for future careers. In addition, research shows there are health benefits as well—as young people who achieve higher grades in the classroom also don’t use drugs.
Read More
Know! To Fuel Their Critical Thinking
Have you ever received an unsolicited, direct-to-consumer advertisement via email, text, or social media? Of course you have! They somehow seem to find all of us, even if we’re not looking for them. The same holds true for our young people. Just like us, they are bombarded with advertising – mainly on their phones and laptops; from YouTube videos to game apps, and the numerous other social media sites. The biggest problem is that many of the ads they receive promote and offer discrete ordering of products that are unhealthy, unsafe and inappropriate for teens and tweens – including the popular push of marijuana products and vaping devices.
 

Read More
Know! Summertime Increases Risk
It’s June – which for most teens means summer break is either close at hand or has already begun! Sure most kids are thrilled, but it’s a big relief for many parents as well. We finally get to catch a break from the daily stress of dragging tired teens out of bed, staying on top of them to get their homework done, and making sure they are prepared for all those quizzes and tests. But you never get to catch a break from parenting, because risky behaviors, including first-time alcohol use and drug experimentation hit their peak in the summer months.
Read More
Greenville is So Lucky!
Article submitted by Andrea D. Townsend, Director of Career Technical & Special Education
Read More
Attendance Matters
Article submitted by Mrs. Jody Harter, Elementary Principal (K-2)
Read More
Good attendance is Very Important
"Under a new Ohio law beginning in the fall of 2017, student tardiness and absences will be counted in hours (not days as in the past) and will accumulate throughout the school year. All absences – excused or unexcused – must be counted, as well as tardiness."
Read More
Know! To Secure, Monitor and Properly Dispose
Tis the season for spring cleaning. As you’re working hard to get your home decluttered, organized, spotless and sparkling, be sure to include the clearing out of old, unused or unwanted medicines – it’s a vitally important task.
Read More
Know! To Stop, Drop and Breathe
Even as adults, anger can be a difficult emotion to control, especially when it involves a child who continues to defy his or her parents. No one can push our buttons like our own children. However, the importance of exhibiting self-control in order to discipline a child appropriately, is monumental.
Read More
Know! What a Healthy “Dating” Relationship Is, and What It Is Not
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month; a time to focus attention on abuse in young people’s relationships and provide information to help prevent it.
Read More
Know! The Not-So-Innocent Side of Teen Romance
The month of February is known as a time of “love,” where secret-admirers and Valentines of all ages express their affection for one another through candy hearts, red roses and love letters. In sharp contrast however, February has also become known as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month; to focus ...
Read More
Know! If You Have A Smartphone Addiction
We jokingly talk about our children (and maybe ourselves) being addicted to our smartphones, but in reality, it is no laughing matter. Cell phone addiction is real and can be destructive to the lives of those who truly cannot control their use.
Read More
Fundraiser Alert
Alert!
If you are contacted by "All Schools Fundraiser", please be aware that this is NOT a fundraiser affiliated with Greenville City Schools. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Memorial Hall at 937-548-3185

Read More
Kindergarten Registration
Greenville City Schools will be holding kindergarten registration on the following dates: April 4-6, 2017, at our new school, Greenville Elementary.
Read More
REQUEST FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
REQUEST FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

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New K-8 Facility Dedication
Greenville Schools is pleased to announce the dedication of the New K-8 Facility!  You are cordially invited to join us in the dedication on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
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Know! To Defend Against Mean Girls

If your child’s safety is at-risk at any point, her property gets damaged or stolen, or the situation simply becomes too much for her to handle directly, you (parents) will need to step in and contact the school, law enforcement, or other appropriate party, depending on the circumstances. More +

School Day Start and End Times

 
Greenville High School Grades 9-12
100 Green Wave Way
Hours: 7:45 am - 2:40 pm   (may enter building at 7:15 a.m.)

Greenville Middle School Grades 5-8
1111 N. Ohio Street
Hours: 7:30 am - 2:25 pm    (may enter building at 7:15 a.m.)

Greenville Elementary School Grades K-4
1111 N. Ohio Street
Hours: 9:00 am - 3:55 pm    (may enter building at 8:50 a.m.)

KNOW! School Lockdowns, Classroom Shelters, and Bulletproof Backpacks - Oh My!

It’s a new school year. Students have gathered their supplies and are heading back to the classroom with their fresh binders, spiral notebooks, and bulletproof backpacks More +

KNOW! To Pump Them Up for a Successful New School Year

Words are a powerful force. They can inspire, encourage and create enthusiasm, or they can dishearten, discourage and create despair—especially in the lives of young, impressionable people. More +

Teen Sex Trafficking—KNOW! To Educate Them to Protect Them

The following Know! Tip discusses the sex trafficking of children. There is no graphic content or description below, but it could still be difficult for some readers. If you suspect human trafficking might be occurring near you or need help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888, TTY 711, text 233-733, or chat with the hotline at humantraffickinghotline.org/chat . More +

Teen Sex Trafficking What Parents Need to KNOW!

The following Know! Tip discusses the sex trafficking of children. There is no graphic content or description below, but it could still be difficult for some readers. If you suspect human trafficking might be occurring near you or need help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888, TTY 711, text 233-733, or chat with the hotline at humantraffickinghotline.org/chat  More +

Know! Concerns Validated on 13 Reasons Why

As youth take time to kick back and relax this summer, many will choose to binge-watch their favorite shows on streaming services like Netflix. But parents beware, there is a popular teen drama you may want to steer your tweens/teens away from— 13 Reasons Why. More +

Know! Parents Who Host Lose The Most: Don't Be a Party to Teenage Drinking

The summer is fast-approaching, which means end-of-school celebrations, graduation parties and endless summer gatherings for teens. Unfortunately, this also means teens gaining greater access and availability to alcohol, and more youth partaking in underage drinking. More +

Know! Your Parental Role: First Line of Defense

In the previous tip, Know! Underage Drinking is a Big Deal, we talked about the widespread prevalence of underage drinking and the destructive consequences it continues to create. We discussed the fact that alcohol is a powerful, mood-altering drug and that alcoholism is a chronic disease. In this tip, we focus on the role parents play when it comes to alcohol and other drugs. More +

Know! Underage Drinking is a Big Deal

April is Alcohol Awareness Month: Sponsored annually by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), this year’s theme is, “Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.”

No other substance is more widely used by America’s youth than alcohol, making alcohol use disorder and alcohol-related problems the number one public health problem in the United States.
More +

Know! What’s New With 420

As parents and educators, when it comes to drug and alcohol messaging, it
is important to take advantage of teachable moments with our youth.
One of those ideal moments to strike up a conversation is just around the corner—
April 20th.

You’re more than likely aware that 420 is slang for marijuana. You may
also know that April 20th (4/20) is considered Worldwide Weed Day, where
smokers light up around the globe respectively at 4:20 p.m.
More +

Know! How Your Child's Health Habits Rank

Parenting requires a daily balancing act—especially when it comes to raising tweens and teens. According to newly released research from the University of Texas Health Science Center, many of us should reexamine the health habits of our children (as well as our own) and help to make some adjustments. After studying the lifestyles of more than 60,000 American high school students, they found that only 1 in 20 young people are getting the recommended combined amount of sleep, exercise, and screen time. More +

Graduation Requirements

Sometime in January or February, High Schools across the state of Ohio begin to plan their Commencement Ceremonies for their graduating seniors. Traditionally in places such as Greenville High School have good success in preparing our students for graduation and beyond.  This preparation is the culmination of countless hours of work and planning by students, parents, school employees, and community members.  Graduation requirements adopted by the State of Ohio require all students to show a high level of achievement to earn a high school diploma. More +

Family Involvement

According to research, a family’s involvement in their child’s education is the single most important factor in school success and achievement.  Kindergarten enrollment is April 2, 3, and 4.  As we prepare for the beginning of another year of school, here are some ways for families to be involved: More +

Know! Sleep is Fuel for Life

March 10th-16th is Sleep Awareness Week: How well is your child sleeping?

Sleep is food for the brain particularly for adolescents in the critical stages of physical, emotional, and intellectual development. Less than 15% of teens get the sleep their bodies and minds need to fuel that growth, and that’s a big problem. Sleep deprivation poses a serious threat to our children’s health, safety, and academic success.
More +

Understanding the Importance of School Attendance

Many parents underestimate the importance of good school attendance, especially during the early years. Showing up for school has a huge impact on a student’s academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school. While missing a school day here and a day there may not seem like much, missing just 2 days a month can drastically affect a student’s academic success. Those 2 days a month means your child is missing 10% of the entire school year! Unexcused and excused absences easily add up to too much time lost in the classroom. More +

Know! The Facts on Youth Suicide

Suicide is now the second leading cause of death among youth and young adults ages 12-24, second only to accidental death; and for every suicide, there are 100-200 suicide attempts. This is a vital topic we must be discussing, and revisiting regularly, with our youth. More +

Reading Matters

Like developing anything important, building better students requires providing the right environment. School is filled with teachers, staff, and materials that serve the purpose of encouraging students to learn. Frequently the question is asked by parents, grandparents and community members, “What can we do we do outside of the classroom to encourage learning?” More +

Kindergarten Registration 2019-2020

Greenville City Schools will be holding kindergarten registration at Greenville Elementary, 1111 N. Ohio St. on the following dates and times:
 
Tuesday, April 2nd
4 P.M.—7 P.M.  
Wednesday, April 3rd
4 P.M.—6 P.M.  
Thursday, April 4th
4 P.M.—6 P.M.
 
More +

-Make-Up Day Notice-

The entire district (K-12) will have make-up days on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 and Wednesday, May 29, 2019. 

The K-8 School has accumulated seven calamity days total. 

Greenville High School has accumulated eight calamity days this school year and will also have to make-up Thursday, May 30, 2019. This is for the high school only.

Know! Momo and her Deadly Challenge to our Youth

In the past, Prevention Action Alliance shared information on a dangerous internet game called the Blue Whale Challenge. It involves acts of self-harm and ultimately, to win the game is to take one’s own life. More +

TITLE I and IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act)

Greenville City Schools receives federal funding through Title I and the Special Education – IDEA (Part B) grant to assist with education of students, including handicapped children, ages 3 through 21. More +

Parents Tips from Know! The New Danger - Nicotine Toothpicks?

Do you KNOW! what an electronic cigarette and a toothpick have in common? They’re both nicotine products promoted as “helping adults to quit smoking,” yet they’re both haphazardly finding their way into the hands (and mouths) of our youth nationwide. More +

Know! The Three Steps to a Happy New You!

It’s a new year: Have you given thought to what you’d like to take on or improve upon over the next 12 months? How about a happier, more positive life for you and/or your children?  More +

Emergency Operations Plan

Twelve professionals met on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 in the Anna Bier room at Memorial Hall to review, discuss and update the Emergency Operations Plan for the Greenville School District. Lieuteant Eric Roberts from the Greenville Police Department with present School Resource Officers Jesse Osswald and Ryan Borowske and future School Resource Officer (SRO) Darren Fox were in attendance. More +

Know! Beyond the Holiday Blues

‘Tis the season to be jolly; It’s the most wonderful time of the year; It’s the happiest season of all. That’s what we hear. But what if your teen
isn’t feeling jolly, wonderful, or even the slightest bit happy?
More +

Know! To Give and Receive the Gift of Kindness

Tis the season for giving; and among the greatest gifts one can give to another is kindness. It need not cost a thing. One single act of kindness has the potential of inspiring others and creating a rippling effect that keeps on giving. More +

Know! CBD – Miracle in a Bottle or Modern-Day Snake Oil?

If you haven’t yet heard of CBD oil, you will soon. It’s one of the hottest, trendiest products on the market, and it claims to be a cure-all for whatever ails you. More +

Know! Sexual Assault Prevention Tips for Teens

The following Know! Tip discusses subject matter that some parents and teachers may feel uncomfortable reading about, specifically regarding sexual assault. If you, or someone you know, has been sexually assaulted and want to talk, the National Sexual Assault Hotline is a free and confidential resource where counselors are available 24/7. You can reach the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673). More +

Know! Not to Be a Lawnmower Parent

By this point, we’re likely all familiar with the term Helicopter Parenting, where parents keep an overly watchful eye on their child’s every move and then swoop in to save the day at the first sign of trouble. But have you heard of Lawnmower Parenting? And are you possibly guilty of it? More +

The Third Grade Reading Guarantee

The Third Grade Reading Guarantee (TGRG) was developed in 2013 and is used as a method to identify students in grades kindergarten through third grade that are behind in reading.   More +

Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS)

We have high expectations at Greenville Middle School through Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) to help all students learn. More +

Know! The Risk Factors Associated with Drug Addiction

September is National Recovery Month. Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Recovery Month is a time to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders and celebrate people living in recovery. More +

The Unsung Hero

The K-8 students and staff will take a moment to remember a day of tragedy and of unification of people around those who stood as heroes on September 11, 2001.   More +

Know! The Key Skills for Your Child's Academic Success

As teens begin a new school year, we have the opportunity to help them start strong and stay on track toward academic success. We all know the importance of academic achievement in shaping the minds of our children, giving them a competitive edge to further their education and to better prepare them for future careers. In addition, research shows there are health benefits as well—as young people who achieve higher grades in the classroom also don’t use drugs. More +

Know! The New Marketplace for Buying and Selling

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
More +

Know! To Fuel Their Critical Thinking

Have you ever received an unsolicited, direct-to-consumer advertisement via email, text, or social media? Of course you have! They somehow seem to find all of us, even if we’re not looking for them. The same holds true for our young people. Just like us, they are bombarded with advertising – mainly on their phones and laptops; from YouTube videos to game apps, and the numerous other social media sites. The biggest problem is that many of the ads they receive promote and offer discrete ordering of products that are unhealthy, unsafe and inappropriate for teens and tweens – including the popular push of marijuana products and vaping devices.
 
More +

Know! Summertime Increases Risk

It’s June – which for most teens means summer break is either close at hand or has already begun! Sure most kids are thrilled, but it’s a big relief for many parents as well. We finally get to catch a break from the daily stress of dragging tired teens out of bed, staying on top of them to get their homework done, and making sure they are prepared for all those quizzes and tests. But you never get to catch a break from parenting, because risky behaviors, including first-time alcohol use and drug experimentation hit their peak in the summer months. More +

Greenville is So Lucky!

Article submitted by Andrea D. Townsend, Director of Career Technical & Special Education More +

Attendance Matters

Article submitted by Mrs. Jody Harter, Elementary Principal (K-2) More +

Good attendance is Very Important

"Under a new Ohio law beginning in the fall of 2017, student tardiness and absences will be counted in hours (not days as in the past) and will accumulate throughout the school year. All absences – excused or unexcused – must be counted, as well as tardiness." More +

Know! To Secure, Monitor and Properly Dispose

Tis the season for spring cleaning. As you’re working hard to get your home decluttered, organized, spotless and sparkling, be sure to include the clearing out of old, unused or unwanted medicines – it’s a vitally important task. More +

Know! To Stop, Drop and Breathe

Even as adults, anger can be a difficult emotion to control, especially when it involves a child who continues to defy his or her parents. No one can push our buttons like our own children. However, the importance of exhibiting self-control in order to discipline a child appropriately, is monumental. More +

Know! What a Healthy “Dating” Relationship Is, and What It Is Not

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month; a time to focus attention on abuse in young people’s relationships and provide information to help prevent it. More +

Know! The Not-So-Innocent Side of Teen Romance

The month of February is known as a time of “love,” where secret-admirers and Valentines of all ages express their affection for one another through candy hearts, red roses and love letters. In sharp contrast however, February has also become known as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month; to focus ... More +

Know! If You Have A Smartphone Addiction

We jokingly talk about our children (and maybe ourselves) being addicted to our smartphones, but in reality, it is no laughing matter. Cell phone addiction is real and can be destructive to the lives of those who truly cannot control their use. More +

Fundraiser Alert

Alert!
If you are contacted by "All Schools Fundraiser", please be aware that this is NOT a fundraiser affiliated with Greenville City Schools. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Memorial Hall at 937-548-3185
More +

Kindergarten Registration

Greenville City Schools will be holding kindergarten registration on the following dates: April 4-6, 2017, at our new school, Greenville Elementary. More +

REQUEST FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
REQUEST FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
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New K-8 Facility Dedication

Greenville Schools is pleased to announce the dedication of the New K-8 Facility!  You are cordially invited to join us in the dedication on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. More +
Upcoming Events
Sep
19

Board of Education Meeting

Thu Sep 19 2019
Sep
30
Oct
15
Oct
17

Board of Education Meeting

Thu Oct 17 2019
Oct
25

End of 1st Quarter

Fri Oct 25 2019
Oct
28
Oct
29
Oct
31
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