Greenville Middle School
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SCHOOL SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY!  Staff and students have had ALICE training, class discussions, lessons, videos and drills to prepare for potential concerns!  ALICE stands for :  Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.  

 The next PTA meeting on May 2nd at 6pm the principals will have a presentation on the ALICE training and protocols used at the school for safety.  PLEASE PLAN ON JOINING US!

Principal’s Ponderings…

Mr. Chris Mortensen, Principal Mrs. Rhonda Schaar, Principal Mrs. Sandra Snyder, Assistant Principal  

My goodness…April Showers Bring May Flowers- Then we should see an enormous amount of flowers this year.  We made it through the winter with only one day to make up in the schedule.  Parents please take note that the end of the year for students is now on Wednesday, May 30, 2018.  The last day for teachers is Thursday, May 31, 2018.  Please place this into your calendars.  It has been noted on the signs in front of the K-8 building and Memorial Hall as a reminder to parents and students.  

The parents and students will be meeting this month as we try to put the final preparations in place for the Washington, D.C. trip.  The students are excited about the trip and eager to get going.  The parent meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 starting at 7:00 PM here at the Middle School.  Speaking of trips, the last payment for the Columbus trip being taken by our 6th graders was due at the beginning of this month as they gear up to head out on May 25, 2018.  If there are any questions concerning this trip, then please do not hesitate to contact us here at the Middle School for information. 

Testing for the AIR assessment has gotten underway.  We would like to ask parents to help their students do their very best each day during the testing sessions.  We all play a role in the success of our student’s performance each and every day, but we would ask that parents talk to their children about doing their very best, because if they know that you see what they are doing as important then they see its importance as well.  We can also help support their efforts by having them in attendance, providing them with a nutritious breakfast and a good night’s sleep.  We understand that health issues come up and if it is necessary to have student out, then please make sure that you notify the school as early as possible so that we can make sure that your son or daughter’s test does not conflict with the absence. We appreciate your assistance. In the past, parents have done a great job notifying us.   

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