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February is the month of romance, so what better time than now to bring up the subject with your teen? Whether or not your teen has shown interest in dating, it has more than likely crossed their mind. It is vitally important for our daughters and our sons to hear from us on this subject. They need to know what a healthy relationship entails; they need to be clear on the family rules regarding teen romance and dating; and they need to be keenly aware that no means no, and “love” does not equal sex. [ for more]

Posted Friday, February 23, 2018
Congratulations to Greenville Middle School 8th Graders Luke Hocker and Max Jordan for being accepted to perform at the 2018 Ohio State University Middle School Honor Band Festival.   8th graders Adron Howard( trumpet) and Parker Bailey ( percussion) were selected as alternates.  

According to Honor Band Coordinators, three hundred eighty middle school band musicians were selected from over nine hundred nominations to form two seventh and two eighth grade concert bands.  

Luke and Max began their day on the OSU campus Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 7:30am, rehearsed all day, and performed in the Mershon Auditorium at 4:00pm. Their performance was outstanding!  

Luke plays alto saxophone and Max plays baritone saxophone in the GMS band.  Their director is Mr. Brian McKibben.  
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Posted Thursday, February 22, 2018
If you are raising teenagers, you have no doubt heard of some of the ridiculous internet challenges that exist among this age group. While some of these new-age “dares” are silly and harmless, many more are dangerous and even deadly, like the one currently trending – the ‘Tide Pod Challenge.’ [ for more]

Posted Friday, February 16, 2018
Article submitted by:  Chris Mortensen, Princpal Greenville Middle School 
On Monday, February 5, 2018, Greenville Elementary and Middle School students and staff hosted a motivational speaker for the day.  The speaker was brought in to speak to all grade levels about their own personal potential to be great leaders.  Logan Weber was the invited speaker and he had four presentations prepared for the day.  His discussions were divided between the Middle levels called X-Factor and the Elementary levels called David and Goliath.  This was to allow opportunity to focus on their specific area of need.  He spent the remainder of the day meeting with students in the cafeteria and in the classrooms.  
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Posted Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Article submitted by:  Jim Hooper, Director of Curriculum & Instruction 
Just a few short years ago, the term “technology in the classroom” meant an overhead projector or CD player, or if you were lucky, a SMART board, which allowed teachers and students to interact with images projected on a screen. But, as innovations such as tablets were developed, as educational resources were offered online, and as costs decreased, more and more schools infused these new technologies into their curriculums. As technology has become more commonplace in schools, legitimate questions are often asked: What educational value does technology have in the classroom? Do students learn better using technology versus the traditional mode of teaching? Aren’t kids using technology too much?
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Posted Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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