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Know! What’s Hidden in Plain Sight – Part I
This Know! Tip reveals some of the tools and tactics teens may use to hide drug use. If you suspect your child is using drugs, you should contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Helpline at 1-800-662- HELP (4357).
 
Would you know if your child was experimenting with or using drugs? Would you be able to spot the clues? Hidden in Plain Sight is an awareness program for parents and other adults that helps uncover signs of trouble.

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Know! To Foster Empathy for Bullying Prevention
In the previous tip, Know! The End of Bullying Begins With YOU, we learned that in 2016, more than one in five students reported being bullied, and that regardless of what position a child is in - a target, bully, or bystander – they are at increased risk for a variety of mental health and behavioral problems, including substance abuse.
 
In addition to positive role modeling and conversations specifically telling our children, “It is never ok to hurt, harm, or humiliate another person with your words or behavior,” we can further help prevent bullying by fostering empathy.

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Know! – The End of Bullying Begins With YOU
Wondering why we hear so much about bullying? Because there’s way too much of it going on and it’s a huge problem for everyone involved.
 
Students report getting bullied most often because of looks, body shape, race and sexual orientation. While every child is at risk for being the target of bullying, young people with disabilities or special education needs get bullied two to three times more often than their peers. At the same time, children with disabilities are also at an increased risk for bullying others as well.

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Bringing it all Together at Greenville Middle School Stand Up and Stand Out! We’re Worth It!
Article Submitted by, Rhonda Schaar, Principal at Greenville Middle School
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GHS Walking Program
Again this year, Greenville High School will open its doors to community members seeking a warm, safe place to walk on winter evenings.
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Greenville is So Lucky!
Article submitted by Andrea D. Townsend, Director of Career Technical & Special Education
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Parents are the Key
Article submitted by Andrea D. Townsend, Director of Career Technical & Special Education
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The Third Grade Reading Guarantee
Article submitted by Kitty Davis, Principal, Greenville Elementary School.
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Save A Life Tour visits GHS

Article submitted by, Stanley Hughes, Principal Greenville High School School.


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Equipping Students with Problem Solving Skills
Article prepared by Assistant Principal at the Greenville Elementary School, Jennifer Statzer.

Ohio’s Learning Standards outline the necessary knowledge and skills that will allow students to be prepared for college and careers. Educators across the state have gained experience in teaching these standards over the past few years. With feedback from the public, the Ohio State Board of Education approved the revised standards for mathematics in February.

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Student Grief Groups
State of the Heart is offering Student Grief Groups for students in grades 5-12.  If there is an interest in finding out more, click on the link to complete the questioniare.  The groups will meet during the school day at their respective building.  For more information ask your school counselor.

https://stateoftheheartcare.org/grief-loss/childrens-bereavement-release-form/

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Greenville City Schools and the State Report Card
Article submitted by Jim Hooper, Director of Curriculm & Instruction
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Attendance Matters
Article submitted by Mrs. Jody Harter, Elementary Principal (K-2)
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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."
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Honoring Heroes
On September 11, 2017, Greenville students in grades 1 to 8 participated in their first Patriot Day Assembly as a united group at the new K-8 Facility. The 7th and 8th grade students have been conducting this ceremony in honor of our local and national heroes since 2002. All of the students in the K-8 facility have a common bond when it comes to this tragic event in our history, which is that all of them were born after this date in 2001.
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Greenville Latchkey Program
Greenville City Schools began offering a latchkey program (before and after school care of children) for students in grades K – 4. Latchkey is a service that parents have been asking for and the district finally has the space to make it available. It is a service provided to families for before and after school care for children.
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Latchkey Registration for students before and after school in grades K – 4
Latchkey Registration for students before and after school
in grades K – 4:
August 15 and 16, K-4 Building, Door 4 (Kindergarten wing)
5:00 – 8:00
August 24, K-4 Building, Door 4 (Kindergarten wing)
4:00 – 6:00

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Freshman Orientation
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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We're Hiring!

The following positions are available for the 2017-2018 school year:

Para Professional/Crossing Guard
3.5 Hours daily: 7:00-8:45 a.m. and 2:15-4:00 p.m.

2 Positions – Para Professional/Crossing Guard Substitutes (As needed basis)

Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest to Andrea Townsend at St. Clair Memorial Hall at atownsend@gcswave.com.


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Fundraiser ALERT!!- UPDATE
Greenville City Schools recently posted warnings on media outlets regarding unapproved solicitation of advertisement opportunities as a fundraiser for Greenville City Schools. This alert was intended to protect community members from potential scams, but we need to clarify. Official requests for fundraising support will come from a member of the Greenville City School District staff and will be presented on official Greenville City Schools letterhead. If you receive a request and you are not sure about its origin, please call Memorial Hall at 937-548-3185. Thank you so much for your continued support of students and staff at Greenville.

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20 Under 20 Banquet
Congratulations .... 5 Greenville High School students were recently recognized during the 20 Under 20 Banquet. They were honored for their contributions to school and their work internships. These students were chosen from Darke, Mercer, and Auglaize Counties as this year's 20 under 20. Congratulations and Go Wave!!
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April 2017-Auto Tech Students Earn GOLD!
Auto Tech Students earn Gold Medal at the state SkillsUSA competition. This qualifies them for the national competition in June.
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Know! April is Alcohol Awareness Month
The media has done a good job bringing to light the prevalence and severity of
the use of heroin, prescription drugs and marijuana among our nation’s youth.
But what about alcohol? We don’t hear much about it in the news anymore. Is
underage drinking still that widespread? And c’mon, is it really that big of a deal?
YES and YES.

Alcohol remains the number one drug of choice among youth, and excessive
drinking continues to lead to more than 4,300 adolescent deaths each year.

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.
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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

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Kindergarten Registration
Greenville City Schools will be holding kindergarten registration on the following dates: April 4-6, 2017, at our new school, Greenville Elementary.
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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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Cheer Fun Day
Saturday February 11, 2017 .... Sign up today for students in grades K-6!
Cheer Fun Day Flyer

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Greenville City Schools Update January 2017
From Superintendent, Douglas Fries

Greenville City Schools has had a great first semester of the 2016-17 school year, both academically and with extra-curricular activities. Thanks to the hard work of our students and staff and the support of our parents and community, the first semester is nearing the end and has been very educational and productive.

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Know! To Get YOUR Cell Phone Use In-Check
Teens spend an average of nine hours a day on their smartphones. Yes - you
say - you’ve heard it before, you know it’s unhealthy for them for a number of
reasons, and you have rules in place to reduce their screen time. Very good;
you’ve got your child’s phone use in check, but how about yours?

Read More
Know! How To Even the Playing Field For Your Child
The NFL and its big-dollar advertisers are gearing up for Super Bowl LI, set to
kickoff Sunday, February 5th on the FOX network. About 111.9 million viewers
tuned in for Super Bowl 50, making it the third highest watched U.S. broadcast
in history. The upcoming Super Bowl is expected to catch just as much attention,
for the commercials as much as the game itself. Of that wide viewing audience,
somewhere around 18% will be youth under 21 – which means millions of
children will be exposed to all sorts of advertising to include alcohol.

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Know! To Interact with Tact – Smartphone Tips
Is your son or daughter among the many youth begging for a smartphone this
holiday season? And are you among the many parents considering the buy?
Smartphones certainly have their advantages. The number one reason parents
cite for purchasing their child’s first cell phone is that it provides location tracking
and makes it easier to communicate with their son or daughter. Children
however typically want a smartphone for the ability to connect with friends,

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Know! Positive Relationships Build Character
One of the greatest gifts you can give your children cannot be bought online or in-store. While it is not likely to be on their holiday wish list, this gift is likely to bring your children greater happiness with lifelong benefits. We are talking the gift of positive relationships and character development.
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Know! To Recognize and Support Military Families
Veterans Day was November 11th; an opportunity to thank all military personnel, past and present, for their service and sacrifice for our country and our freedom. As you share your appreciation, please extend your gratitude and recognition to all the military family members as well – for their sacrifice is also great.
Read More
Know! To Recognize & Respond to Bullying
Bullying touches the lives of at least one out of every four children in the U.S. In this year alone, approximately 13 million youth from preschool to high school will experience it. Yet, many parents do not even know their child is a victim.
Read More
Know! Social Anxiety Increases Substance Abuse Risk
Many adults are known to drink alcohol at social functions to “loosen up” and feel more comfortable interacting with others. Well guess what? Many of our teens are doing the exact same thing. It is often referred to as “liquid courage,” because after a few drinks, a person may no longer feel afraid to get out there and dance, to ask out a love interest or to simply chat with their peers.
Read More
Know! Family Support for Prevention
Research Institute has identified 40 Development Assets for adolescents; a specific set of skills, experiences, relationships and behaviors that help young people flourish and mature into successful and contributing adults. Studies of more than five million children of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds consistently show that the more developmental assets they possess, the less likely they are to engage in four specific patterns of high-risk behavior; problem alcohol use, violence, illicit drug use and sexual activity. According to the Research Institute, as the number of assets increase for youth, the greater their chances of succeeding in school and being happy, healthy and responsible.
Read More
Know! To Use Your Senses for Optimal Sleep
In the previous tip, Know! To Send Them To Bed, we talked about the importance of teens getting the 8 – 10 hours of sleep their bodies and minds desperately need, as well as the many negative consequences of sleep deprivation, including the link to substance use. Now that we know how much sleep our children need, let’s take a look at what we can do to help them achieve quality sleep. According to research by the National Sleep Foundation, small changes in the bedroom can make a big difference when it comes to a good night’s sleep. The experts say to simply use your senses ... /uploads/638DBB9D-78A6-4D4D-859B-C816395B1EF9/know-pt-sept122016.pdf
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Know! To Send Them To Bed
Know! provides parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers and other school administrators with information about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as action steps they can take to help children resist peer pressure to use.
Read More
Know! E-Cigs, Vape Pens and Throat Hits – Oh My!
Know! provides parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers and other school administrators with information about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as action steps they can take to help children resist peer pressure to use.
Read More
Complete Forms Online!

 We are writing to notify you of a new, online parent portal called OneView. OneView is where you will find the district’s annual student forms that previously were only available on paper the first week of school.

 

With the help of OneView we are able to offer you an online option for completing the forms.  It is our hope that this will provide a more convenient option for the form completion.


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DISTRICT NEWS
Know! What’s Hidden in Plain Sight – Part I
This Know! Tip reveals some of the tools and tactics teens may use to hide drug use. If you suspect your child is using drugs, you should contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Helpline at 1-800-662- HELP (4357).   Would you know if your child was experimenting with or using drugs? Would you be able to spot the clues? Hidden in Plain Sight is an awareness program for parents and other adults that helps uncover signs of trouble.  
Know! To Foster Empathy for Bullying Prevention
In the previous tip, Know! The End of Bullying Begins With YOU, we learned that in 2016, more than one in five students reported being bullied, and that regardless of what position a child is in - a target, bully, or bystander – they are at increased risk for a variety of mental health and behavioral problems, including substance abuse.   In addition to positive role modeling and conversations specifically telling our children, “It is never ok to hurt, harm, or humiliate another person with your words or behavior,” we can further help prevent bullying by fostering empathy.  
Know! – The End of Bullying Begins With YOU
Wondering why we hear so much about bullying? Because there’s way too much of it going on and it’s a huge problem for everyone involved.   Students report getting bullied most often because of looks, body shape, race and sexual orientation. While every child is at risk for being the target of bullying, young people with disabilities or special education needs get bullied two to three times more often than their peers. At the same time, children with disabilities are also at an increased risk for bullying others as well.  
Bringing it all Together at Greenville Middle School Stand Up and Stand Out! We’re Worth It!
Article Submitted by, Rhonda Schaar, Principal at Greenville Middle School 
GHS Walking Program
Again this year, Greenville High School will open its doors to community members seeking a warm, safe place to walk on winter evenings. 
Greenville is So Lucky!
Article submitted by Andrea D. Townsend, Director of Career Technical & Special Education 
Parents are the Key
Article submitted by Andrea D. Townsend, Director of Career Technical & Special Education 
The Third Grade Reading Guarantee
Article submitted by Kitty Davis, Principal, Greenville Elementary School. 
Save A Life Tour visits GHS

Article submitted by, Stanley Hughes, Principal Greenville High School School.  

Equipping Students with Problem Solving Skills
Article prepared by Assistant Principal at the Greenville Elementary School, Jennifer Statzer.

Ohio’s Learning Standards outline the necessary knowledge and skills that will allow students to be prepared for college and careers. Educators across the state have gained experience in teaching these standards over the past few years. With feedback from the public, the Ohio State Board of Education approved the revised standards for mathematics in February.
 
Student Grief Groups
State of the Heart is offering Student Grief Groups for students in grades 5-12.  If there is an interest in finding out more, click on the link to complete the questioniare.  The groups will meet during the school day at their respective building.  For more information ask your school counselor.

https://stateoftheheartcare.org/grief-loss/childrens-bereavement-release-form/
 
Greenville City Schools and the State Report Card
Article submitted by Jim Hooper, Director of Curriculm & Instruction 
Attendance Matters
Article submitted by Mrs. Jody Harter, Elementary Principal (K-2) 
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." 
Honoring Heroes
On September 11, 2017, Greenville students in grades 1 to 8 participated in their first Patriot Day Assembly as a united group at the new K-8 Facility. The 7th and 8th grade students have been conducting this ceremony in honor of our local and national heroes since 2002. All of the students in the K-8 facility have a common bond when it comes to this tragic event in our history, which is that all of them were born after this date in 2001.  
Greenville Latchkey Program
Greenville City Schools began offering a latchkey program (before and after school care of children) for students in grades K – 4. Latchkey is a service that parents have been asking for and the district finally has the space to make it available. It is a service provided to families for before and after school care for children. 
Latchkey Registration for students before and after school in grades K – 4
Latchkey Registration for students before and after school
in grades K – 4:
August 15 and 16, K-4 Building, Door 4 (Kindergarten wing)
5:00 – 8:00
August 24, K-4 Building, Door 4 (Kindergarten wing)
4:00 – 6:00
Freshman Orientation
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 
We're Hiring!
The following positions are available for the 2017-2018 school year: Para Professional/Crossing Guard
3.5 Hours daily: 7:00-8:45 a.m. and 2:15-4:00 p.m. 2 Positions – Para Professional/Crossing Guard Substitutes (As needed basis) Interested and qualified individuals should submit a letter of interest to Andrea Townsend at St. Clair Memorial Hall at atownsend@gcswave.com.
 
Fundraiser ALERT!!- UPDATE
Greenville City Schools recently posted warnings on media outlets regarding unapproved solicitation of advertisement opportunities as a fundraiser for Greenville City Schools. This alert was intended to protect community members from potential scams, but we need to clarify. Official requests for fundraising support will come from a member of the Greenville City School District staff and will be presented on official Greenville City Schools letterhead. If you receive a request and you are not sure about its origin, please call Memorial Hall at 937-548-3185. Thank you so much for your continued support of students and staff at Greenville.
20 Under 20 Banquet
Congratulations .... 5 Greenville High School students were recently recognized during the 20 Under 20 Banquet. They were honored for their contributions to school and their work internships. These students were chosen from Darke, Mercer, and Auglaize Counties as this year's 20 under 20. Congratulations and Go Wave!! 
April 2017-Auto Tech Students Earn GOLD!
Auto Tech Students earn Gold Medal at the state SkillsUSA competition. This qualifies them for the national competition in June.  
Know! April is Alcohol Awareness Month
The media has done a good job bringing to light the prevalence and severity of
the use of heroin, prescription drugs and marijuana among our nation’s youth.
But what about alcohol? We don’t hear much about it in the news anymore. Is
underage drinking still that widespread? And c’mon, is it really that big of a deal?
YES and YES.

Alcohol remains the number one drug of choice among youth, and excessive
drinking continues to lead to more than 4,300 adolescent deaths each year.  
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. 
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. 
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. 
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 ... 
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. 
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
 
Kindergarten Registration
Greenville City Schools will be holding kindergarten registration on the following dates: April 4-6, 2017, at our new school, Greenville Elementary. 
REQUEST FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
REQUEST FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS  
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. 
Cheer Fun Day
Saturday February 11, 2017 .... Sign up today for students in grades K-6!
Cheer Fun Day Flyer
 
Greenville City Schools Update January 2017
From Superintendent, Douglas Fries

Greenville City Schools has had a great first semester of the 2016-17 school year, both academically and with extra-curricular activities. Thanks to the hard work of our students and staff and the support of our parents and community, the first semester is nearing the end and has been very educational and productive.
 
Know! To Get YOUR Cell Phone Use In-Check
Teens spend an average of nine hours a day on their smartphones. Yes - you
say - you’ve heard it before, you know it’s unhealthy for them for a number of
reasons, and you have rules in place to reduce their screen time. Very good;
you’ve got your child’s phone use in check, but how about yours?  
Know! How To Even the Playing Field For Your Child
The NFL and its big-dollar advertisers are gearing up for Super Bowl LI, set to
kickoff Sunday, February 5th on the FOX network. About 111.9 million viewers
tuned in for Super Bowl 50, making it the third highest watched U.S. broadcast
in history. The upcoming Super Bowl is expected to catch just as much attention,
for the commercials as much as the game itself. Of that wide viewing audience,
somewhere around 18% will be youth under 21 – which means millions of
children will be exposed to all sorts of advertising to include alcohol.  
Know! To Interact with Tact – Smartphone Tips
Is your son or daughter among the many youth begging for a smartphone this
holiday season? And are you among the many parents considering the buy?
Smartphones certainly have their advantages. The number one reason parents
cite for purchasing their child’s first cell phone is that it provides location tracking
and makes it easier to communicate with their son or daughter. Children
however typically want a smartphone for the ability to connect with friends,  
Know! Positive Relationships Build Character
One of the greatest gifts you can give your children cannot be bought online or in-store. While it is not likely to be on their holiday wish list, this gift is likely to bring your children greater happiness with lifelong benefits. We are talking the gift of positive relationships and character development. 
Know! To Recognize and Support Military Families
Veterans Day was November 11th; an opportunity to thank all military personnel, past and present, for their service and sacrifice for our country and our freedom. As you share your appreciation, please extend your gratitude and recognition to all the military family members as well – for their sacrifice is also great. 
Know! To Recognize & Respond to Bullying
Bullying touches the lives of at least one out of every four children in the U.S. In this year alone, approximately 13 million youth from preschool to high school will experience it. Yet, many parents do not even know their child is a victim. 
Know! Social Anxiety Increases Substance Abuse Risk
Many adults are known to drink alcohol at social functions to “loosen up” and feel more comfortable interacting with others. Well guess what? Many of our teens are doing the exact same thing. It is often referred to as “liquid courage,” because after a few drinks, a person may no longer feel afraid to get out there and dance, to ask out a love interest or to simply chat with their peers. 
Know! Family Support for Prevention
Research Institute has identified 40 Development Assets for adolescents; a specific set of skills, experiences, relationships and behaviors that help young people flourish and mature into successful and contributing adults. Studies of more than five million children of all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds consistently show that the more developmental assets they possess, the less likely they are to engage in four specific patterns of high-risk behavior; problem alcohol use, violence, illicit drug use and sexual activity. According to the Research Institute, as the number of assets increase for youth, the greater their chances of succeeding in school and being happy, healthy and responsible. 
Know! To Use Your Senses for Optimal Sleep
In the previous tip, Know! To Send Them To Bed, we talked about the importance of teens getting the 8 – 10 hours of sleep their bodies and minds desperately need, as well as the many negative consequences of sleep deprivation, including the link to substance use. Now that we know how much sleep our children need, let’s take a look at what we can do to help them achieve quality sleep. According to research by the National Sleep Foundation, small changes in the bedroom can make a big difference when it comes to a good night’s sleep. The experts say to simply use your senses ... /uploads/638DBB9D-78A6-4D4D-859B-C816395B1EF9/know-pt-sept122016.pdf 
Know! To Send Them To Bed
Know! provides parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers and other school administrators with information about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as action steps they can take to help children resist peer pressure to use. 
Know! E-Cigs, Vape Pens and Throat Hits – Oh My!
Know! provides parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers and other school administrators with information about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as action steps they can take to help children resist peer pressure to use. 
Complete Forms Online!

 We are writing to notify you of a new, online parent portal called OneView. OneView is where you will find the district’s annual student forms that previously were only available on paper the first week of school.

 

With the help of OneView we are able to offer you an online option for completing the forms.  It is our hope that this will provide a more convenient option for the form completion.  

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