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The extended trip to Indy has been rescheduled to May 28, 2021.  We are planning on taking both the 6th and the 7th grade.  Downpayment and information will be coming to the 6th grade soon.  
8th grade trip to Washington DC has been cancelled.  Information will be coming soon for reimbursement.  
We are practicing social distancing!  Even if the picture looks like we are right next to each other.  Please be safe and practice social distancing!
GMS would like to introduce our Postive Behavior Theme for 2020-2021!!>> 

HOPE + Future 
GMS is on Twitter.  Our page is @ms_greenville.  Follow us and keep up to date on the many educational opportunities at GMS.   Please follow the Greenville Middle School PTA Facebook page as updates will be posted on social media platforms as we can provide up to date information.  Greenville City Schools website, Instagram and FB page all provide up to date information and releases from our superintendent Mr. Fries.  
 Welcome Back to school.  We are so glad to have the opportunity to provide a safe and secure learning environment for in school learning as well as a remote option for our students.  Please check out our newsletters, daily announcements and Twitter feed for the latest information concerning Greenville Middle School.  

To help us get back into the routine of school and learning>>>
(To Help Parents Facilitate Student Learning) 
•Help set up a consistent organized place for homework to be done. 
•Help your child establish either a consistent schedule for completing 
homework or help him create a schedule each Sunday night that reflects 
that particular week’s activities. 
•Encourage, motivate, and prompt your child, but do not sit with her and do 
the homework with her. The purpose of the homework is for your child to 
practice and use what she has learned. If your child is consistently not able 
to do the homework by herself, please contact the teacher. 
•If your child is practicing a skill, ask him to tell you which steps are easy for 
him, which are difficult, or how he is going to improve. If your child is doing 
a project, ask him what knowledge he is applying in the project. If your child 
is consistently unable to talk about the knowledge he is practicing or using, 
please call the teacher. 
•Although there might be exceptions, the minutes your child should spend 
on homework should equal approximately 10 times her grade level (a 2nd 
grader would spend 20 minutes, a 3rd grader, 30, and so on). 
•When bedtime comes, please stop your child, even if he is not done. A great resource for you to help your child be a learner in every situation.  
 Thanks so much for all you do to make Greenville Middle School the outstanding place it continues to be!!

 Rhonda Schaar and Chris Mortensen; principals GMS 

#Fred Rogers, The World According to Mister Rogers: Important Things to Remember 

“In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts and to be assured that our questions are just as important as our answers.”

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Mon Jan 4 2021

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Fri Jan 15 2021

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Mon Jan 18 2021

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Tue Jan 19 2021
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