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We are fortunate at Greenville City Schools to have a community and administration who supports and encourages a blended approach of teaching and learning.  In this blended approach it is essential that teachers reach the wide range of student needs.   At Greenville Middle School we follow the Ohio Department of Education guidelines for highly able students found through the Office for Exceptional Children.  
Considerations when educating Gifted students are scheduling, enrichment, social and emotional needs as well as academic skill development.  At GMS we take each of these aspects to heart as we create a learning environment for the children of our school district.  
Scheduling:  When students are scheduled, we deliberate on the unique aspects of how students learn.   Greenville schools support heterogeneous groupings in scheduling Gifted students in grades 5 and 6.  Students with a Written Education Plan and identified as Gifted learners are cluster grouped with like-minded peers throughout their middle school experience.  Teacher training and experience, along with student identification are taken into consideration when students are scheduled into classes.  For example; a math teacher with multiple years of training may have the math identified students scheduled in his/her class to support the student’s math goals within their Written Education Plan.  
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Posted Thursday, October 21, 2021
 Again, this year Greenville High School will open its doors to community members seeking a warm, safe place to walk on winter evenings.
The public is invited to walk at the high school from 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays beginning Monday, Nov. 29, and continuing through March 24, 2022. There will be no walking during Christmas break. Also, if school is closed during a day or there are parent/teacher conferences, then it will be closed to walking that evening. A complete calendar of available walking dates will be available to walkers at the sign-in desk.
Greenville High School opened its doors to walkers many years ago. The Greenville Board of Education has continued to support this activity in the high school.
In the past, dozens of people enjoyed the program. Greenville City Schools is happy to support this wellness activity to benefit residents of the community. Seven and a half laps around the interior hallway loop is equivalent to one mile. Walkers go in a clockwise direction on Mondays and Wednesdays and counterclockwise on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The district is pleased to provide a safe, free and warm place for people to walk.  The program does not cost the school district extra money because volunteers monitor the walkers and custodians are usually working in the building during the evening. Thank you to those who help monitoring the activity including SADD Club, IMTV, NHS, NJROTC, Key Club, Foreign Language Clubs, Student Council, Med Tech, We Are The Majority, student body, members of the school board and school district personnel.
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Posted Thursday, October 14, 2021

Children come to school each year with so many different reading abilities. Our staff at Greenville Elementary come to school each year equipped with different teaching strategies and new training to support those children. The literacy coaches at GES work collaboratively with the classroom teachers and intervention specialists to come up with a plan that makes the students most successful. In their weekly meetings with one another they produce schedules, they coach one another, share ideas, and reflect on students’ progress. 

I sat down with one of our three literacy coaches, Tammie Riffle, and talked about what her day looks like. Mrs. Riffle has been trained by the Ohio State University on Literacy Collaborative where she then coaches classroom teachers and intervention specialists on a daily basis. She begins her day by practicing High Frequency words with small groups of first graders and then meets with teachers in between her morning and afternoon small intervention groups. Mrs. Riffle meets with at least two teachers and/or intervention specialists each day and talks about what strategies they are using in their classroom, how they are collecting evidence, word work they are using with students, and reflecting upon their teaching. 
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Posted Thursday, October 7, 2021
The science fair is back at GHS for the 2021-2022 school year! Mr. Koenig is looking for students interested in completing independent research to present at this year's Darke County Science Day on February 24, 2022.  Prizes and scholarships await for those that excel! 

Registration is FREE and available to students from grades 5 - 12 and can be completed at the following website:  

If interested, or if you have any questions, please see Mr. Koenig in room 182 for details or e-mail Mr. Koenig at [email protected] 
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Posted Monday, October 4, 2021
This fall on Election Day, our school district will have a renewal emergency operational levy on the ballot.  This levy will have no new taxes but is simply the renewal of an existing 4.15 mill tax levy that has been in existence since 2012.  Again, this renewal levy will appear on the November 2, 2021 ballot as approved by the board of education and it represents no new taxes, just a continuation for another ten-year cycle for what exists in our current operational cycle.  This renewal levy would also allow the homestead reduction factor to continue for qualifying residents.
The election day renewal levy will appear on the ballet as issue 17.  This levy was first approved in March 2012.  This levy represents no change in taxes, since it receives no inflationary increases with values.  It brings approximately $1,640,000.00 to the district annually and supports education within our district. 
The levy is for general operations.  This money has always been spent for district maintenance, school buses, school books, technology, salaries, and daily operations.
Some additional facts to consider:
  • Over the past eight years the district has become a one-to-one technology district providing iPad devices for every student and teacher in the district.  This is provided totally by district general funds or grants.  No technology fee has ever been assigned to any family.  The one-to-one devise implementation supported our remote learning and the establishment of our Canvas Learning Management System the past two years.  
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Posted Thursday, September 30, 2021
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