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Posted Monday, April 19, 2021

Registration Meetings Scheduled For ALL Interested Fourth Grade Students.

We want to meet YOU!  Fifth Grade is the year to start band and orchestra.  GMS band and orchestra classes provide a unique experience for our GMS students.  These are specialized music classes.  We are looking for motivated and responsible students to join our ensembles.
To Join our Band or Orchestra …

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Posted Wednesday, April 7, 2021
It’s spring, and love is in the air, regardless of there being a pandemic taking place. In fact, while COVID may be creating additional complexities for romance, young love is still blooming. Though some parents cringe at the thought of talking to their child about romantic relationships, it’s a must-have discussion. As we think about the ongoing “talks” we will have with our sons and daughters, it’s important to know that we would be amiss if those conversations focused solely on sex education, abstinence, how to prevent pregnancy and how to avoid sexually transmitted diseases. While these are all necessary and vital topics, there is another monumental part of the teen romance talk that needs to be addressed, that is, what it means to have a healthy romantic relationship and how to recognize when it’s not.

According to, all relationships fall somewhere on The Relationship Spectrum from healthy to abusive, with unhealthy being somewhere in the middle.
Healthy relationships involve:

Good communication.
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Posted Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Are you, or someone you know, looking to become part of our academic team?

Greenville City Schools is looking for caring, service-oriented adults to substitute in our classrooms -- Kindergarten through 12th grade.  
In a school year affected by pandemic, Ohio House Bill 756 is declaring an emergency in our schools and is helping to provide a solution for districts that find themselves unable to cover classrooms due to absences created by the COVID-19 outbreak. This bill will “provide for discretion to school districts regarding educational requirements of substitute teachers for the 2020-2021 school year.” This means that, for the remainder of this academic year, school districts can lessen the schooling requirements for substitute teachers that have been mandated in the past with the hope of encouraging a greater number of candidates to work in our schools. Specifically, this means that the previous requirement of a 4-year college degree, will not be necessary. With the elimination of this requirement, our doors can now be open to caring, service-oriented adults who have life experience and a willingness to help.

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Posted Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Concert Band( 7th and 8th)
Hound of the Baskervilles by Mekel Rogers
Uptown Funk arranged by Michael Story

Symphonic Band ( HS)
Travelin' Music- Pierre La Plant
Earth Song- Frank Ticheli
Imperial March- Karl King arr. James Swearingen

Wind Symphony
Star Wars- John Williams arr.
American Elegy- Frank Ticheli
featuring off stage solo: Senior Kendra Arnold
Rampage- Todd Stalter

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Posted Thursday, March 25, 2021
It is no surprise that young people are racking up more time on their electronic devices for both work and play due to the pandemic. What you may not know is that the presence of online predators has also increased as well as their chances of gaining access to our children.

Human trafficking is a $150 billion global industry that experts say is on the rise, especially online. In an interview with a local television station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, prosecutors Melissa Hoppmeyer and Kathryn Marsh shared that children between the ages of 11 to 14 are being highly recruited by sex traffickers. They say these abusers are master manipulators that seek out both girls and boys they believe to be vulnerable. They are commonly connecting with unsuspecting youth through online gaming and in chatrooms.
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Posted Thursday, March 25, 2021
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