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The Art Club of Greenville High School is pleased to announce their 1st Annual Art Show. The show will feature the artwork of students 9th thru 12th grades. Please join us for the opening Thursday, April 24th, from 6pm-8pm at the Greenville High School cafetorium. There will be entertainment and refreshments.


    Upcoming Events
    Announcement:  Parents, particularly of rising high school juniors and seniors, are invited to a parent information workshop to learn about dual enrollment opportunities for your students.  Please join us on Wednesday, April 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the Board of Education Office in Greenville.  Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there.

    College and Career Readiness Workshop hosted by The Center for Achievement, Progress, and Performance-April 16, 2014 5 p.m.-7p.m. 
    (Click here for more information)

         Jr./Sr. Prom-April 19, 2014

    Art Show-April 24, 2014 6p.m.-8p.m.

    Senior Baccalaureate Program-May 4, 2014 (location is TBA)

    Senior Class Night-May 8 at 6:00 p.m. (seniors need to be at GHS no later than 5:30 p.m.)

    Senior Walk/Senior Breakfast-May 13, 2014

     Academic Banquet-May 13, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.

    Senior Picnic-May 14, 2014

    Class of 2014 Graduation-May 16, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.

                         
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    Click here for the Meriwether County Testing Calendar


    Increased Learning Time days and times:

    Monday and Thursday 3:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.

    Saturday 8:00 a.m.-12 noon

    Dates of Operations:  August 26, 2013-May 8, 2013


    Click here for more information regarding:
    HIGH SCHOOL VOTER REGISTRATION MONTH


    No outside electronic devices should be visible during school hours.  This includes:  Cell phones, headphones, IPods, MP3 players, tablets, cigarettes and games.  If they are visible, they will be confiscated and must be picked up by a parent from the office. 

    Greenville High School Presents……

    Community School-Spring Classes
    Click here for more information

    Click here to complete the Winter Community School survey

    Increased Learning Time Opportunities at GHS!  Afterschool and Saturday Programs

    Open to ALL students!

    **Snacks and Transportation Available*

    Click here for test taking tips


    G.H.S. Parent Action Team

    Parents if you are interested in being a member of Greenville High School's Parent Action Team, please contact Mr. Jackson @ 706-672-4930 for more information.







 
Department of Education Launches “Georgia’s Future. Now!”
 
MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Cardoza, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 651-7358mcardoza@gadoe.org
Dorie Turner Nolt, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 656-5594dnolt@gadoe.org  
 
Nov. 13, 2012 - State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge today unveiled a first-of-its-kind video web series called “Modern Teacher” as part of new statewide campaign to help build community support for public education.
 
The novel approach is called “Georgia’s Future. Now!”, a movement of forward-thinking educators, supportive communities and business leaders answering the call for help.
 
“It’s a research-based initiative, born in the classroom - not in the boardroom - with living examples of what works for teachers to prepare all Georgia students for college and careers,” said Superintendent Barge. “It’s time to stop tearing down public education and start building it up. There are many things working well in our public schools – and plenty of things not working well – so we need to rally around the successes and build on those and share them with other schools.”
 
The web series is a humorous introduction to a serious discussion about statewide initiatives in public education. It will launch in early 2013 on the web and features a full cast of characters who poke fun at themselves and the changes taking place in public education.
 
The premiere of each episode will be followed by a serious roundtable discussion about some of the state’s primary education initiatives: Common Core Georgia Performance Standards, the new teacher and leader evaluation system, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act waiver and Career Pathways. No tax dollars are being spent on the video web series.
 
“Things have been tough around public education lately, so perhaps a little humor will relieve the tension,” Dr. Barge said. “It will hopefully open the door to dialogue, create a buzz in our schools, touch your heart and mind while making a point.”
 
Barge launched “Georgia’s Future. Now!” on Tuesday morning at Twin Rivers Middle School in Buford. He was joined by J. Alvin Wilbanks, superintendent/CEO of Gwinnett County Public Schools; Jim Maran, CEO of the Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce; Twin Rivers Principal Linda Boyd; and Georgia Teacher of the Year Lauren Eckman.
 
“This is a positive opportunity to share with people what we’re doing well to prepare kids to be productive citizens who can give back to their communities,” said Dr. Laurie Barron, the National Middle School Principal of the Year, who leads Smokey Road Middle School in Coweta County. “It’s taking all of our approaches, and putting them together in a concerted effort that gets us the goal we’re after.”
Find out more at 
http://www.gafuturenow.org.
 
NOTE TO TV STATIONS:  The Georgia DOE has a broadcast quality version of the Modern Teacher trailer. If you are interested in playing all or portions of it on your newscast, please contact Dorie Nolt and she will send you a link to download it, or go directly to the following link: http://yousend.it/RV4bs7
 
 
 
………………………………….
Dorie Turner Nolt
Assistant Director of Communications
Georgia Department of Education
2062 Twin Towers East
205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE
Atlanta, GA 30334
 
Follow us on Twitter: @gadoenews and @drjohnbarge
Like us on Facebook:
 
Making education work for all Georgians!
 
Department of Education Launches “Georgia’s Future. Now!”
 
MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Cardoza, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 651-7358mcardoza@gadoe.org
Dorie Turner Nolt, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 656-5594dnolt@gadoe.org  
 
Nov. 13, 2012 - State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge today unveiled a first-of-its-kind video web series called “Modern Teacher” as part of new statewide campaign to help build community support for public education.
 
The novel approach is called “Georgia’s Future. Now!”, a movement of forward-thinking educators, supportive communities and business leaders answering the call for help.
 
“It’s a research-based initiative, born in the classroom - not in the boardroom - with living examples of what works for teachers to prepare all Georgia students for college and careers,” said Superintendent Barge. “It’s time to stop tearing down public education and start building it up. There are many things working well in our public schools – and plenty of things not working well – so we need to rally around the successes and build on those and share them with other schools.”
 
The web series is a humorous introduction to a serious discussion about statewide initiatives in public education. It will launch in early 2013 on the web and features a full cast of characters who poke fun at themselves and the changes taking place in public education.
 
The premiere of each episode will be followed by a serious roundtable discussion about some of the state’s primary education initiatives: Common Core Georgia Performance Standards, the new teacher and leader evaluation system, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act waiver and Career Pathways. No tax dollars are being spent on the video web series.
 
“Things have been tough around public education lately, so perhaps a little humor will relieve the tension,” Dr. Barge said. “It will hopefully open the door to dialogue, create a buzz in our schools, touch your heart and mind while making a point.”
 
Barge launched “Georgia’s Future. Now!” on Tuesday morning at Twin Rivers Middle School in Buford. He was joined by J. Alvin Wilbanks, superintendent/CEO of Gwinnett County Public Schools; Jim Maran, CEO of the Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce; Twin Rivers Principal Linda Boyd; and Georgia Teacher of the Year Lauren Eckman.
 
“This is a positive opportunity to share with people what we’re doing well to prepare kids to be productive citizens who can give back to their communities,” said Dr. Laurie Barron, the National Middle School Principal of the Year, who leads Smokey Road Middle School in Coweta County. “It’s taking all of our approaches, and putting them together in a concerted effort that gets us the goal we’re after.”
Find out more at 
http://www.gafuturenow.org.
 
NOTE TO TV STATIONS:  The Georgia DOE has a broadcast quality version of the Modern Teacher trailer. If you are interested in playing all or portions of it on your newscast, please contact Dorie Nolt and she will send you a link to download it, or go directly to the following link: http://yousend.it/RV4bs7
 
 
 
………………………………….
Dorie Turner Nolt
Assistant Director of Communications
Georgia Department of Education
2062 Twin Towers East
205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE
Atlanta, GA 30334
 
Follow us on Twitter: @gadoenews and @drjohnbarge
Like us on Facebook:
 
Making education work for all Georgians!
 
Department of Education Launches “Georgia’s Future. Now!”
 
MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Cardoza, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 651-7358mcardoza@gadoe.org
Dorie Turner Nolt, GaDOE Communications Office, (404) 656-5594dnolt@gadoe.org  
 
Nov. 13, 2012 - State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge today unveiled a first-of-its-kind video web series called “Modern Teacher” as part of new statewide campaign to help build community support for public education.
 
The novel approach is called “Georgia’s Future. Now!”, a movement of forward-thinking educators, supportive communities and business leaders answering the call for help.
 
“It’s a research-based initiative, born in the classroom - not in the boardroom - with living examples of what works for teachers to prepare all Georgia students for college and careers,” said Superintendent Barge. “It’s time to stop tearing down public education and start building it up. There are many things working well in our public schools – and plenty of things not working well – so we need to rally around the successes and build on those and share them with other schools.”
 
The web series is a humorous introduction to a serious discussion about statewide initiatives in public education. It will launch in early 2013 on the web and features a full cast of characters who poke fun at themselves and the changes taking place in public education.
 
The premiere of each episode will be followed by a serious roundtable discussion about some of the state’s primary education initiatives: Common Core Georgia Performance Standards, the new teacher and leader evaluation system, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act waiver and Career Pathways. No tax dollars are being spent on the video web series.
 
“Things have been tough around public education lately, so perhaps a little humor will relieve the tension,” Dr. Barge said. “It will hopefully open the door to dialogue, create a buzz in our schools, touch your heart and mind while making a point.”
 
Barge launched “Georgia’s Future. Now!” on Tuesday morning at Twin Rivers Middle School in Buford. He was joined by J. Alvin Wilbanks, superintendent/CEO of Gwinnett County Public Schools; Jim Maran, CEO of the Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce; Twin Rivers Principal Linda Boyd; and Georgia Teacher of the Year Lauren Eckman.
 
“This is a positive opportunity to share with people what we’re doing well to prepare kids to be productive citizens who can give back to their communities,” said Dr. Laurie Barron, the National Middle School Principal of the Year, who leads Smokey Road Middle School in Coweta County. “It’s taking all of our approaches, and putting them together in a concerted effort that gets us the goal we’re after.”
Find out more at 
http://www.gafuturenow.org.
 
NOTE TO TV STATIONS:  The Georgia DOE has a broadcast quality version of the Modern Teacher trailer. If you are interested in playing all or portions of it on your newscast, please contact Dorie Nolt and she will send you a link to download it, or go directly to the following link: http://yousend.it/RV4bs7
 
 
 
………………………………….
Dorie Turner Nolt
Assistant Director of Communications
Georgia Department of Education
2062 Twin Towers East
205 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE
Atlanta, GA 30334
 
Follow us on Twitter: @gadoenews and @drjohnbarge
Like us on Facebook:
 
Making education work for all Georgians!
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Greenville High School is dedicated to do whatever it takes to provide OUR students with the education and life skills necessary to become productive citizens.


                                                                       G.H.S. Vision

Greenville High will provide a safe and productive learning environment in which students can communicate effectively, think critically, solve problems and are technologically literate through a variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities. Greenville High staff members will actively engage all students in the learning process. Through a challenging course of study with high standards, students will become responsible learners who can not only work collaboratively, but also be accountable for their own academic and developmental progress. 

Greenville High students will graduate as lifelong learners who will make valuable contributions to society. Through the collaboration of school, home and community, every Greenville High graduate will be well prepared for the demands of the 21st century.


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   Jr./Sr. Prom
   Apr 19 2014
   Art Show
   Apr 24 2014
   Senior Baccalaureate Program
   May 04 2014
   Senior Class Night
   May 08 2014 at 06:00 PM
   Senior Walk/Breakfast
   May 13 2014
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