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The STinG: Successful Things In GPSD District Newsletter Donuts With Dad: McBride Pre-K Unity Day 2017 GHS Homecoming King and Queen 2017 Kick-Off Canned Food Drive at Weddington Elementary Kick Off for Canned Food Drive National School Lunch Week: Boyd Elementary 2017 Mr. GHS and Miss. GHS Contestants Congressman Bennie G. Thompson Mississippi Second Congressional District 2017 College and Career Fair Parent Academy Workshop:  Family Guide Night T.L. Weston Middle School Choir To the Memory of Quentin Groves T.L Weston Middle School Eagles 15th Annual Delta Dialogue
Webb Prep Kinder-Lions Presents Mr. Ezekiel and Mrs. Bryant Tiger Scholars Production GHS Girls Junior and Varsity Volleyball Press Conference: The Offical Announcement for Homecoming 2017
Signing Day: November 2017 Signing Day: November 2017

Congratulations to Zykia Cage for signing her Letter of Intent to Hinds Community College for track! It's a great day to be a hornet! 

Signing Day: November 2017 Signing Day: November 2017

Congratulations to Matthew Reed for signing his Letter of Intent to Mississippi Delta Community College for baseball! Matt has been offered a full baseball scholarship! 

Parent Academy: Community Edition  Parent Academy Community Edition

Greenville Public School District will be having our first Parent Academy: Community Edition on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 6:00 pm. The location of the event will be at New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church. The topic of the night will be Family Guide Night.  We will share the MDE family guides to assist with grade level at home strategies and activities that support both student & parent understanding of the English Language Arts & Math standards at each grade level from Pre-K - 8th grade. 

Catch the STinG : Successful Things in GPSD The STinG

Check out our new district newsletter The STinG: Successful Things In GPSD! You can find the newsletter with the quick links. 

School Board Meeting T.L. Weston Middle School

Guest who attended the school board meeting experienced a night of accomplishments from the district students. The superintendent acknowledged top performing middle school students on the MAP test. The board meeting started with a performance from Coleman Middle School choir. Click here to see their performance!

Donuts with Dad  Donuts with Dad

At McBride Pre-K fathers and children filled the library where they enjoyed fresh doughnuts, coffee, and juice before classes began.

Kick-Off Canned Food Drive Kick-Off Canned Food Drive

Greenville Public School District has partnered up with Salvation Army to make an official the announcement about the canned food drive. The dates for the canned food drive are October 17- November 17 and November 27-December 13. We are asking that staff members and students within GPSD to donate at least one canned good.Last year GPSD donated over 23,000 canned goods and those donations helped feed over 700 families.Within the school district, we are having a friendly competition and the school who collects the most canned goods will be awarded a prize.There will be a designated area at each school where students and staff can drop off their donation. This canned food drive gives are our children the opportunity to participate in volunteer service and it teaches our children the importance of giving back to the community at an early age.

Unity Day "Together Against Bullying" Unity Day "Together Against Bullying"

Unity Day is the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month. It has been recognized in the United States since 2011. Greenville High School students partook in the Unity Day "Together Against Bullying" program. Chief Reed was the guest speaker of this program. The program consisted of conversation on bullying. 

2017 GHS Homecoming 2017 GHS Homecoming

Homecoming Week is the biggest spirit event of the year, with a full week of events, rallies, and the Homecoming Game. We had a great celebratory Homecoming week with students, family, and community members! We want to thank all of those involved in the planning for a job well done! We were happy to see the large number of alumnus tailgating and attending the game. We are looking forward to seeing all of you next year!

 

Ramp it Up for the Reading Fair! Ramp it Up for the Reading Fair!

GHS teachers promoted reading across the curriculum, to motivate students to participate in the reading fair while preparing grade level reading fair boards that reflect a variety of genres and subjects and to gain an interest in reading. 

Weddington Elementary School Family Reading Night Weddington Elementary School Family Reading Night

Students and parents had a great time at Weddington Family Reading Night. Family Reading Night helps promotes the love of books and reading to children. The night was filled with interactive sessions and parents learned tools to build their children's literacy skills. 

Congressman Bennie G. Thompson Mississippi Second Congressional District 2017 College and Career Fair 2017 College and Career Fair

Greenville High School students had the chance to meet with college representatives, and the opportunity to learn more about preferred colleges and career choices.

Winner of the Teacher Perfect Attendance Drawing Winner of the Teacher Perfect Attendance Drawing

Coleman Middle School
Kendra A. Hall

Winner of the Principal Perfect Attendance Drawing Winner of the Principal Perfect Attendance Drawing

Armstrong Elementary School
Principal: Yolanda Johnson 

Parent Academy Workshop:  Family Guide Night Parent Academy Workshop:  Family Guide Night

The first Parent Academy Workshop was a huge a success! We thank McBride and Webb for hosting the event. We also thank Domino's for providing the meal for the night! Parents were engaged and enjoyed the hands-on workshop! If you missed this workshop, don't worry the next workshop will be on October 26, 2017. 

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