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Greenville Fire Department Art Contest GPSD Fire Department

Congratulations to Ryan Webb, a first-grader at Carrie Stern, for winning the grand prize in the Greenville Fire Department's recent art contest!

Huge Welcome to Our New Chief Public Safety Officer Chief

GPSD is proud to welcome Marcus Turner as our new Chief of Safety and Security.

 

Marcus Turner received his Bachelor degree from Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, MS and a degree in Theology, from Exodus School of the Bible.

 

Turner is a former coordinator for the Greenville Police Department. While working for the Greenville Police Department, Turner supervised a team of investigators, investigated serious crimes within the city limits, served as a liaison between the public and police department, and coordinated the Crime Stoppers Hotline with tips for the community to law enforcement to solve crimes. Throughout his professional career, Turner has received many awards for his actions, including the Outstanding Assistance to the FBI and G.R.E.A.T Certification.

 

Marcus Turner was appointed Chief of Public Safety Officer of the Greenville Public Schools this school year. Turner is responsible for a department that consists of 4 school safety officers and 5 school resource officers (SRO).

 

In support of Superintendent Page academic plan, he is currently overseeing school safety and security issues, including emergency response and crisis management, bomb threats and safety and security training for teachers, administrators and support staff.

 

Turner is married and is the father of seven children.

Employee of the Month: October 6

Huge congrats to GPSD’s Sharon Davenport for receiving October employee of the month! We appreciate the effort and the time you have put into your job. To show our appreciation for your work and conduct, we bestow upon you the Certificate of the "The Employee of the Month". 

Welcome Back! welcome back

Welcome back!!! Click here to see some highlights of the first day! 

 

First Day of School Day

It’s that exciting time of the year again — time for our students to load up their backpacks and head back to school.

Welcome to the Team! New Teachers

It’s that exciting time of the year again — time for our students to load up their backpacks and head back to school. All week long we have been planning and preparing for our students to ensure that they have a successful school year. Our week started with our New Teacher Orientation. New Teacher Orientation prepared teachers for the first days of school and the entire school year. During orientation, each department shared important information with new teachers. They also heard various presentations on topics and gained information that will make the transition into their Greenville Public Schools classroom. New Teacher Orientation is important because it lays a foundation for the new teachers’ entire career with GPSD.

 

Supply List: Middle School and High School
Supply List: Pre-K and Elementary Supply List
Friday Night Lights: Are You Ready For Friday Night Football? Football 2018-2019
Upcoming Open Houses Open House

It is the time to sharpen those pencils and bring out those backpacks because it’s back-to-school season!

T.L. Weston Beta Club Community Service Week T.L. Weston Beta Club Community Service Week

T.L. Weston Beta Club Community Service Week: July 23- 26, 2018

Our Beta Team got the job done during Community Service Week. Members of the Beta Club helped prepare materials for Reading Across America Book Buddies. Beta Community Service Week provided our students with the opportunity to become active members of their community.
 

Tdap Booster Shot Requirements for 7th Grade Students Tdap Booster Shot

Once your child receives the below-required vaccine (Tdap), you must bring verification when you register your child for school. For more information please contact us at 662-334-7000. Click here. 

GPSD Registration Push Week GPSD Registration Push Week

The first day of school is quickly approaching. Are you ready for registration?

Join the Band Band

It's never too late!!! GHS Marching Band is still accepting new band members. All positions are open. Stop by the Band Room and sign up today!
(Band Room Hours: 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM)

2018-2019 Pre-K Registration  Pre_K Registration

Looking to enroll your student in a pre-K program? Come over to McBride Pre-K Academy and registrar your child today!

GPSD Summer Camps
GPSD Community Garden Project Community Garden
GHS Graduation 2018
GPSD FY19 Public Hearing GPSD FY19 Public Hearing

The GPSD FY19 Public Hearing will take place tomorrow June 12, 2018 at Manning Curriculum Complex at 5:00 p.m. 

Extended School Year (ESY) and Summer Camps ESY and Summer Camp

GPSD's Extended School Year (ESY) and Summer Camps will begin on Monday, June 4, 2018. For more information please contact Dr. Tracy Jackson at 662-334-7000.

GHS Graduation 2018: Live Stream Link Graduation

Watch GPSD Graduation 2018 by GPSD on livestream.com!
http://livestream.com/accounts/13740946/events/8208497 

 

GPSD State of the District GPSD State of the District

Thank you to everyone who came out to GPSD's State of the District! The purpose of this event was to share with the community the district’s goals, present achievements, and future plans within the school district.  

Senior Scholarship Signing for Cheer and Dance

Congratulations!!! On behalf of the entire staff and students of Greenville Public School District, we would like to take this opportunity to celebrate our students on their amazing achievement! Click here to see photos from the event! 
#hornetpride

GPSD Art Show Art Show

Come enjoy works of art from our Greenville High School students! 

 

Opening Celebration of Student Art: 

Monday, May 21 6:00 pm 

Manning Training Room 

Early College Parent Meeting Early College

Calling all 8th-grade parents! Come out and learn about our new Early College Program.

McBride Pre-K Academy Open House Open House
Faculty and Staff Perfect Attendance Faculty and Staff Perfect Attendance

At our last board meeting, we recognized faculty and staff with perfect attendance for the term and the year. We would like to thank them for all their hard work and dedication.

Rotary 4-Way Scholarship Scholarship

Congratulations to Johanna McCoy, Greenville High recipient of Rotary 4-Way Scholarship !!!!!! #hornetpride

GPSD’s Teacher of Year Teacher of Year

Congratulations to Price-Turner for being named GPSD’s Teacher of Year

Photo by Bill Johnson of the Delta Democrat Times

GHS Basketball SIGNING DAY GHS Basketball

We want to congratulate three students who signed basketball Letters of Intent on Monday, April 23!!!! #hornetnation

Anfernee Diggins - Itawamba Community College 
Kendall Richardson - Coahoma Community College 
Quindarius Wise - Belhaven University

McBride Pre-K Academy Registration McBride

Registration for Mcbride Pre-K Academy is open to all children that will be four years old on or before September 1, 2018.

Mississippi PTA 99th Annual Convention Parent
West Mississippi Nurse of the Year West Mississippi Nurse of the Year

Nurse Little was recognized as West Mississippi Nurse of the Year at this year’s state conference. We are so proud as she represents nursing and Greenville Public School District well!

Washington County Alumni Association MVSU MVSU
No Make Up Day on Saturday, April 14, 2018 Make up day

Greenville Public School District has made up the two required make-days due to inclement weather. Therefore, Saturday, April 14, 2018 make-up day has been canceled. Students do not need to report to school on Saturday. 

School Safety Alliance Safety

One of our goals at Greenville Public School District is to make sure our students are in a safe learning environment. We are prepared to respond and to protect students and staff members at GPSD. We want to continue to make our schools a safe and nurturing place for our students. One of the ways we ensure safety at GPSD is with our School Safety Alliance. 
 

GPSD Teacher Career Fair Teacher Career Fair

Greenville Public School District hosted their annual Teacher Career Fair on Saturday, March 24, 2018. This event allowed educators to meet principals and administrators to discuss job openings within the district. Guest who attended the event also had the opportunity to meet with local banks and realtors within the city of Greenville. The support from the city was greatly appreciated. Greenville Public Schools was honored to have Dr. Temika M. Simmons, wife of Mayor Errick D. Simmons, welcome guest to Greenville with words of encouragement. The district was also fortunate to have a representative from the Mississippi Department of Education licensure department. MDE held sessions for prospective educators on how to obtain and maintain standard certification and licensure. 

Greenville Public Schools was pleased to have 72 visits to the district and school information booths. They were also excited to receive six contingency contracts that were signed during the career fair. These six applicants represent multiple subject areas and span from elementary through secondary grade levels.

 If you were unable to attend the Teacher Career Fair or if you have questions, please contact Janet Collins, Director of Human Resource at (662) - 334-7005. Greenville Public School District looks forward to hearing from you.
 

Congressman Bennie Thompson Art Show

Congressman Bennie Thompson hosted his annual Student Art Show at Greenville High School. The art show was a competition for local high school students to showcase their talents. Click here to see more pictures of the event! 

Delta Preps Player of the Year and Coach of the Year GHS Basketball

We would like to congratulate Danny Washington for being Delta Preps Player of the Year and Coach Delmar Sprouse for being Delta Preps Coach of the Year.

GPSD’s Newest Board Member GPSD’s Newest Board Member

We would like to welcome Emmanuel Edmond as GPSD’s newest board member!

Just Call it a Kick Off: GTC 2018 State Assessment GTC

Greenville Technical Center students relieved some stress for the upcoming state assessments. Click here to see pictures of this event! 

Easter Holiday /Weather Make-Up Day Make up day
GHS Tennis Tennis

Congratulations to our tennis team! They won their match against Greenwood 5-2 last night!

GPSD: Community Forum Community Forum

GPSD and The City of Greenville will hold a Community Forum on Tuesday, February 6, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at Manning. The purpose of this event is to share with the community the district’s goals, present achievements, and future plans within the school district.  

GPSD: District Teacher Career Fair Career Fair

Greenville Public School District will be having a Teacher Career Fair on Saturday, March 24, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Greenville High School. This event will allow educators to meet principals and administrators to discuss job opportunities within the district.

Greenville Public School District Launches Needs Assessment Survey QR Code

Greenville Public School District will launch its 2018 Comprehensive Needs Assessment survey on January 17, 2018. This survey is designed to seek opinions and ideas from parents and community members, as well as from faculty, staff, and students. The questions assess the status of the district in areas such as family and community outreach, curriculum and instruction, and school facilities and organization. The survey is brief and will only take a few minutes to complete. It will be available until March 30, 2018.

Greenville Public School District would appreciate your help on this important assessment of the district. The survey is available online on the district website at http://www.gvillepublicschooldistrict.com/, in paper format at the district central office, or by scanning this QR code.

Link to start the survey:

http://www.educationresources-llc.com/CNA/2018Greenville/2018Greenville.html

 

 

T.L. Weston Middle School: 8th Grade Parent Night 8th Grade Parent Night

The purpose of this event is to inform 8th-grade parents of upcoming events that will impact your child while at T.L. prior to entering high school. 

Washington County Alcorn State University Alumni Chapter: Recruitment Night Recruitment Night

Washington County Alcorn State University Alumni Chapter will be hosting Recruitment Night for all seniors, juniors, and parents of the Class of 2018.

Learning Styles Workshop (Parent Academy) Parent Academy

This interactive workshop will help you identify your learning style and make connections about how your children learn in the classroom and at home.

Facilitated by Chiquikta Fountain

Parents for Public Schools, Inc., Parent Coach

Parent Academy: Community Edition Parent Academy: Community Edition

Greenville Public School District will be having our third Parent Academy: Community Edition on Monday, January 22, 2018, at 6:00 pm. The location of the event will be at Mercy Seat Missionary Baptist Church. The topic of the night will be Graduation Options. 

Growing Great Staff and Faculty Professional Development Day

Great staff and faculty help create great students! Here at GPSD, it is critical to pay close attention to how we train and support both new and experienced staff and faculty. On January 8th Greenville Public School District had its third professional development day of the school year. Professional development keeps our staff up-to-date on new research on how children learn, evolving technology tools for the classroom, new curriculum resources, and more.

Webb Kindergarten Preparatory School Winter Production

Click here to see one of the latest productions from Webb Kindergarten Preparatory School!!!!

DUI Enforcement Event at the Technical Center  DUI Enforcement

Chief Reed and his team put together a DUI Enforcement event for the students at the Technical Center. They spoke to different classes about drunk driving. The students had a chance to wear drunk goggles and drive a golf cart in the parking lot. This event showed teenagers the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol while driving. This powerful program challenged students to think about drinking while driving, personal safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions when lives are involved.

G.R.E.A.T. Program G.R.E.A.T.

Greenville Public School District is participating in the G.R.E.A.T. Program this school year. The G.R.E.A.T. Program is a national and international gang and violence prevention program that builds trust between law enforcement and communities. G.R.E.A.T. provides a school-based, police officer instructed program that includes classroom instruction and various learning activities.
 

Chit Chat with Mississippi Valley State University Chit Chat with Mississippi Valley State University

Greenville High School students had the opportunity to hear speakers from Mississippi Valley State University faculty and students. The meeting allowed students to ask any questions they had for the present students at Valley State. They also received information on the programs and opportunities available at Mississippi Valley State University.

Board of Merit 2016-2017 Board of Merit 2016-2017

Our district attended the MSBA Fall Conference where they received valuable information. Our district also received an award recognizing Board Members exceeding training hours. Our board collectively earned 147 hours. In addition, Mrs. Vaughn was sworn in as the Secretary for the MSBA.

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! 

Special Call Board Meeting 11/03/2017

GPSD will have a Special Call Board Meeting on Friday, November 3, 2017, at 12:00 noon.

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. 

School Board Meeting 09-27-2017 School Board Meeting 09-27-2017

Guest who went to the school board meeting experienced a night of achievements from the district. The superintendent acknowledged those teachers and principals who had perfect attendance for the month of August. The superintendent also acknowledged top performing elementary students on the MAP test. The board meeting started with a performance from T.L. Weston Middle School choir. Click here to see their performance.

To the Memory of Quentin Groves To the Memory of Quentin Groves

Friday night was not only a celebratory night but a night of remembrance of Quentin Groves. In honor of Quentin Groves, Greenville Public School District retired his jersey number. Quentin Groves (July 5, 1984 – October 15, 2016) was an American football linebacker and a Greenville Weston High alumnus. At Greenville Weston High School, Groves started for four years playing tight end as well as defensive end. He was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft and played college football at Auburn. He also played for the Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Tennessee Titans and the Buffalo Bills. Greenville Public School District honors the achievements of Quentin Groves. 

GTC Fall Adult Ed and Kid's TechXploration Camp TechXploration

Here at the Greenville Technical Center, we are committed to providing an opportunity for all students to be successful. However, we do not just stop at students. It is our goal to also provide opportunities for the people of our community to become and improve upon successful. To complete this task, the Greenville Technical Center offers adult education night classes and some of them are for FREE!!!

These classes provide individuals will updated skills in various areas of industry. This fall the GTC is providing the following classes: Job Skills #1 (intro to computer basics, resume builder and the career readiness exam training), Beginning Computers (intro to MS Word and PowerPoint), Collision Repair (Intro to Painting and Refinishing), Introduction to Welding Techniques, and the Serv Safe Certification

Also this year we will are offering a two-week evening kids’ camp, in the areas of robotics, agriculture, and creativity. 

Registration for these classes is September 28, 2017, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Please bring a state-issued ID for registration. Participants who complete 80% or more of the scheduled class meetings will receive a certification of completion at the end of each course. I am asking that you post this flier up to provide your members/employees an opportunity to participate. 

 

15th Annual Delta Dialogue 15th Annual Delta Dialogue

Mississippi Action for Community Education (MACE) hosted the 15th Annual Delta Dialogue. Greenville High School students got the opportunity to partake the Delta Dialogue. The Annual Delta Dialogue brought together public officials, civic leaders, businesses, and other sectors to discuss current policy issues that affect residents of the Delta.

ActiveParent ActiveParent

ActiveParent is a web-based application is for parents to keep track of students grades. GPSD parents with more than one student can access grades for all of them with one account. The goal of ActiveParent is to provide parents and guardians the ability to say their ABCs check students' Attendance, Behavior and Course Performance. ActiveParent provides student information as soon as it is entered into SAM (Studnet Administration Manager).  

For additional information 662.334.3842

GPSD Annual Title I Parent Meeting GPSD Annual Title I Parent Meeting

Greenville Public School District hosted their first district-wide event of the school year. The purpose of the Title 1 Annual Parent Meeting, was to inform parents about the school’s Title 1 program and their right to be included in their child’s education. This annual meeting was also a way of setting the tone and opening the door for positive school-home relationships. Each school’s leaders were available to answer any questions for parents. 

Webb Prep Kinder-Lions presents Mr. Ezekiel and Mrs. Bryant Tiger Scholars Production Mr. Ezekiel and Mrs. Bryant Tiger Scholars

Webb Prep Kinder-Lions presents Mr. Ezekiel and Mrs. Bryant Tiger Scholars Production. The theme of the production was A Day in the Tiger's Den. Guest got to see what Webb Prep Kinder-Lions have been learning in class.  

Greenville Public School District 9/11 Commemoration Greenville Public School District 9/11 Commemoration

A day of remembrance, for those that lost their lives and for all of those who gave their lives. We Remember. 
 

Press Conference: The Official Announcement for Homecoming 2017 Press Conference Panel

Greenville Public School District homecoming football game is scheduled for Friday, October 20, 2017, at Greenville High. Homecoming week will be filled with exciting events for the whole family! So, mark your calendars and we will see you this October!

GPSD Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting GPSD Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting

GPSD Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting

GPSD Homecoming

GPSD Homecoming Tailgating

October 20, 2017

 

Tailgating lots will be available to the public.

Each lot cost $50.

Fees for the lots can be paid starting on Tuesday, September 5th at Greenville High School.

Any fees for a lot paid at Parks and Recreation will be honored; however future payments must be made at Greenville High School.

Bicentenntial Event for Greenville

There will be a portion of the screening dedicated to Lizzie Coleman High School. This event is free and open to the public, and the mayor has expressed he also would like for the Coleman Cheerleaders or Spirit Squad to be in attendance. Again, the event will be Friday, August 18, 2017 at E.E. Bass Cultural Arts (across from the White House) with the Community Screening starting at 7 p.m

GPSD Special Call Board Meeting
Flowers wins gold, bronze at 6A track meet

 

DeShaven Flowers

Free Physical Screenings for student-athletes to begin May 16

 

May 6th, 2016 No School for GPSD Students & Staff

Greenville High School & GPSD students volunteer for Citywide Cleanup Day

  

GPSD Celebrates Earth Day 2016 at Carrie Stern Elementary

Greenville Technical Center (TSA) Students place at State's 37th Annual Conference

 

GPSD Selects its Parent, Teacher & Admin. of the year

Two GPSD Schools Recognized at 2016 PREPS Conference

     

 

GPSD Report Card Day- No School for Students

Parade of Excellence set for April 2, 2016

Carrie Stern Eagles wins at Deep South Beach Blast

Trigg's Community Garden Ribbon Cutting set for 3-22-16

McBride Pre-Kindergarten 2016-17 registration is underway

    

 

GTC Family Day set for March 19 (this event has been cancelled)

        

 

GPSD PBIS students rewarded

GPSD takes home top honors from state’s PR conference

District Benchmark Assessments to be given March 1-3, 2016
GHS to host 1st round playoff game

 

GPSD accredited for another 5 years
GPSD budget for 2015-16 to shrink by $396K
Inaugural year of magnet school deemed a success
GPSD Stream GHS Graduation Live!!

 

GHS Graduation can be viewed online by doing the following.  Click on the following link  GHS Graduation 2015.

  • Create an account with Facebook or Email.  
  • Once account has been created.  You will receive and email with login information.
  • Activate your account and enter the requested information.
  • Click on your interest or Skip the step.
  • Click on GPSD GRAD and follow the ceremony live.
GPSD moves GHS graduation to convention center

 

GPSD sees decline in suspension rates
Flowers selected to the Clarion Ledger's All-State Track & Field team.
Technical Center students prep for national conference
GPSD working with students who must retest after failing state reading test
GTC's Technology Student Association places at state conference
GPSD Releases Statement on Reading Assessment Scores
Second Congressional District art competition at GHS
Kenneth Gines chosen as Two-Time District Parent of the Year
GHS boy's basketball team recognized by City Council
GHS boy's Coach Dorsey, players Flowers & Grossley named best in county
DDT's Washington County Girls MVP: Hemphill put up big numbers
GPSD addresses bullying, ways to prevent such behavior
Students’ talents showcased at Education Rocks program
GPSD computer breach reveals employee data
MDE Recognizes 51 Schools for Academic Progress, Closing Achievement Gap
GPSD Quarterly Community Meeting to be @ GTC
GPSD Trustees to speak on a personnel matter: Special Meeting Called
School board to address complaints
Notice: Special Called Board Meeting 4-6-15
GPSD Closed for Easter Break April 3rd & 6th
Flowers, Hemphill play in All-Star games
Praxis Core Training

 

March 28 Date Changed to April 4)

 
 
Time / Revised Dates for Training Sessions
 
Time:  8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Each Day
 
Dates:
  • Saturday, February 21 & 28 (Math)
  • Saturday, March 7 (Writing)
  • Saturday, April 4 (Writing)
  • Saturday, April 11, & 18 (Reading)
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Sherry E. Jackson at sjackson@gville.k12.ms.us.
Jaguars eliminate Hornets
Horn Lake dismantles Greenville
Flowers leads Hornets to 4-6A
GPSD board member Shannon reappointed
Region 4-6A: Hornets advance to championship game
Hornets win ugly in finale
11 charged in thefts of iPads from GPSD
Greenville blows out Vicksburg
GPSD schedules its third public forum
Common cause unites educators
Prep Roundup: Dec. 29, 2014 GHS wins
Prep roundup: Brandon hands Greenville first loss
Prep roundup: Brown leads Hornets past Trojans
Greenville teams stay unbeaten against Greenwood
Greenville teams sweep past Gentry
Hornets win region opener in double OT
Hornets shut out Jags in OT win
Honeybees tip off season against Leland
Flowers, Hornets dominate Leland Flowers, Hornets dominate Leland
Hornets crush East Side, go to 2-0
Player of Week: Hemphill averages 25 points in pair of wins Player of Week: Hemphill averages 25 points in pair of wins
Hornets crush Bulldogs, 91-42 Hornets crush Bulldogs, 91-42
Hornets sink Vikings
Greenville's Littlejohn signs with Northwest CC
Prep roundup: Greenville tops Holmes Central
GHS Boy's basketball team ranked #5 in MS
Arrows snap Hornets' 11-game win streak
Cox bridges old Hornets with the new
Player of the Week: Hemphill delivers in the clutch vs. Clinton
Dr. Taylor with WXVT News tonight at 6:00 p.m.

GPSD Superintendent, Dr. Leeson Taylor, will be interviewed on WXVT on January 21, 2015, at 6:00 p.m.  Please call in and ask Dr. Taylor questions related to GPSD.  Thanks

Player of Week: Flowers goes back-to-back Player of Week: Flowers goes back-to-back
HIgh School Prep roundup
Honeybees down Mustangs; Hornets bust the clock Honeybees down Mustangs; Hornets bust the clock
Hornets roll past Greenwaves Hornets roll past Greenwaves
Greenville's Flowers, Hemphill named All-Stars
Greenville's Flowers, Hemphill named All-Stars
3 Hornets make First Team All-Region
Hornets building momentum Hornets building momentum
GPSD issues warning on iPad theft, abuse GPSD issues warning on iPad theft, abuse

Posted: Monday, December 8, 2014 10:13 am

$5.3M GPSD project adds academic, sports facilities
School district bemoans gaming fund drop
The Greenville Public School District is in its final preparations toward opening the city’s first magnet school.
Public school teachers' pay raises
School district presents forum
Greenville-Weston tops donor list Bill Johnson / billjohnson@ddtonline.com
Council appoints Cartlidge to Greenville school board

Eric Wiley ewiley@ddtonline.com Delta Democrat Times 

Schools Look to Add 11,000 Can Goods Schools Look to Add 11,000 Can Goods

Delta Democrat Times

Friday, December 19, 2014

Eric Wiley

GPSD Earns Plaudits After Private Audit

Delta Democrat Times, December 17, 2014

Eric Wiley, reporter

                                                                                       

Employee of the Month: October 2

Huge congrats to GPSD’s Audrey Johnson for receiving October employee of the month! We appreciate the effort and the time you have put into your job. To show our appreciation for your work and conduct, we bestow upon you the Certificate of The Employee of the Month. 

(Shared Article) Students grow garden, appreciation for agriculture over summer

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CMS Science Master Teacher named 2017 District Teacher of the Year

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Akin Elementary wins Mississppi Breakfast Challenge
GHS Band Receives Superior Rating
Webb Elementary marches against drugs

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GREENVILLE — Lucy Webb Elementary School students, staff and parents will take part in a Red Ribbon Parade this afternoon.

The parade, from 12:45-2 p.m. at the school, is to promote drug-free schools and present measures for students to abstain from illegal drugs.

“This is a district goal to promote safe, healthy, orderly and drug-free schools,” Greenville Public School District spokesman Everett Chinn said. “We have to help guide our children to make wise decisions and mold them to be productive citizens.”

The students will march, chant and pledge not to use drugs.

Employee of the Month: September 6

Huge congrats to GPSD’s Jo Jackson for receiving September employee of the month! We appreciate the effort and the time you have put into your job. To show our appreciation for your work and conduct, we bestow upon you the Certificate of The Employee of the Month.

GPSD starts the 2017-18 school year in stride

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TL Weston recognizes Ashley Pitts as its Teacher of the Year

 

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GHS Senior Wins GAC's sixth annual Student Invitational

GHS Homecoming 2015 & Mr. & Mrs. GHS crowned

 

 
GPSD to provide all students free meals

Eric Wiley ewiley@ddtonline.com Delta Democrat Times

GREENVILLE — Greenville Public School District students won’t have to worry about paying for meals during the 2014-2015 school year

All district students will be given free breakfast and lunch through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. “Students will be able to focus on their studies more and not have to worry, if it was ever a problem, what they will eat during school,” district spokesman Everett Chinn said.

The program, which is available in more than 100,000 public and nonprofit private schools nationally, was established in 1946 under the National School Lunch Act.

The district also will implement the Community Eligibility Program for the full school year, which permits parents to not submit a lunch application. 

The district is reimbursed for meals according to student participation.

“We need all parents to encourage their students to take full advantage to participate in the free lunch and breakfast,” Chinn said. “Participation is key.”

Employee of the Month: September Scottie Saulter

Huge congrats to GPSD’s Scottie Saulter for receiving September employee of the month! We appreciate the effort and the time you have put into your job. To show our appreciation for your work and conduct, we bestow upon you the Certificate of The Employee of the Month. 

Joint GPSD & City Town Hall Meeting a success

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Teacher Appreciation Week 2017

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SMS Students Visit State Capitol
GPSD's Superintendent and P.R. Department recognized at state conference
GPSD's rollout of iPads continue

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GREENVILLE — Greenville Public School District will continue distributing iPads to students this weekend.

The district will provide the technology to 10th- and 11th-grade students from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1-3 p.m. Saturday at the Melissa Manning Curriculum Complex. The district began the rollout last week, providing iPads to seniors.

District Spokesman Everett Chinn said the district anticipates it will have provided iPads to all secondary students by the end of the month.

“Our goal is to prepare students for a very competitive global 21st century society, whereas when they go off to college, or the workforce, they can be equipped with necessary tools as well as technical skills to be successful,” Chinn said last week.

Students receiving an iPad must be accompanied by a parent or guardian registered with the district, and the parent or guardian must present a photo ID.

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GPSD 2017-18 Bus Routes by listing

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GPSD recognizes Teacher, Parent of the Year

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Two GHS Hornet Football Players Sign National Letters of Intent
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GPSD seniors to receive iPads

The Greenville Public School District this afternoon will begin providing high school seniors with iPads. 

The district had planned to roll out the program on Monday, but “the date was pushed back to ensure the effectiveness and quality of the iPad rollout,” district spokesman Everett Chinn said. “We did have some minor technical difficulties through the manufacturer, which were resolved.”

Chinn said the district anticipates having iPads in all secondary students’ hands before the end of next month.

“Once the district returns from the Labor Day holiday, we will restart issuing iPads on Tuesday,” he said. “The iPads will serve as an additional tool to engage our students.

“Our goal is to prepare students for a very competitive global 21st century society, whereas when they go off to college, or the workforce, they can be equipped with necessary tools as well as technical skills to be successful.”

Students receiving an iPad must be accompanied by a parent or guardian registered with the district, and the parent or guardian must present a photo ID

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Check out the Voices of Liberation rehearsing for the 2018 Coronation. We'll be sharing with you some behind the scene footage of what goes on in the hornet's nest at GHS! Stay tuned!

GPSD Open House/Meet & Greet events set for 2017-18

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GHS Ivory Simmons awarded by Greenville Rotary Club

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GHS Marching Band performs on WXVT news
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2018-2019 SGA Induction Ceremony! SGA

Today we celebrated our SGA Induction Ceremony. The Student Government Association is a group of students who have been elected to help plan activities, organize school life, and advocate for students’ interests. These students will be the voices of the student body at GHS. Join us in congratulating our SGA members!

GPSD 2017-18 Parent-Student Handbooks are here!!!

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Region 9 Special Olympics Held

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GHS basketball game vs. Murrah postponed
GPSD promotes healthy eating, staying active
Lady Hornets Softball Team Softball

Congratulations to our Lady Hornets for making it to the 2nd round of the playoffs! The next game is today at 1:30 PM at T.L. Weston. Come out and support our girls! 
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GPSD's Convocation Message: A successful year that yields successful students-

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GPSD Spring CLIP 2017 Meeting held

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GPSD Make Up Snow Day set for Feb. 12, 2016
GPSD gets $4M in Title I funds
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Thank you to Mars Food's Organic Seeds of Change! Your contribution of  $40,000 towards a sustainable garden is truly appreciated. Your generous donation will go a long way to helping us provide opportunities for all students to achieve success. Thank you for being an important member of our school community. We wish your business continued growth and prosperity in the months and years ahead. Thank you once again for your donation. It means the world to us!
GPSD & City of Greenville to Host Community Town Hall Meeting

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GPSD Board meeting & recognition program to be held at Solomon

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Back to Back Home Games for GHS basketball
GPSD to continue federally funded programs meetings
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Join us for pre-game festivities in our Homecoming Tailgate zone! Reserved your tailgate lot today! 

Superintendent Dr. Janice Page-Johnson writes a letter to the Community

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Em Boyd Cheerleaders take home 1st place honors

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GTC Free Adult Evening Classes
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GPSD Superintendent Dr. Janice Page-Johnson speaks on Delta News

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McBride students attend Delta Children's Museum

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GHS Varsity Games rescheduled
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Dozens of students elect to go for the Career Pathway Experience

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GPSD's 2017 Parade of Excellence showcases school spirit

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GPSD Closed due to inclement weather
Lucy Webb's New Look is Kelly Green Polo Shirts for 2017-18

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MPB's Ed Said visits GPSD students to speak on healthy living habits

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Two GHS Hornets sign letters of intent for college
GPSD's Early Registration Period is Underway

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Regional Science Fair at WCCC

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GPSD's Transportation Director receives Presidential Citation
GPSD's Convocation set for August 2, 2017

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Vaughn takes helm as Board of Trustee president

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Armstrong Elementary

Parent of the Year: Mrs. Vontina Davis

Teacher of the Year: Ms. Lucindy Cunningham

Teacher of the Month: Ms. Kimberlee Alexander

Paraprofessional of the Month: Ms. Lathausa Caradine

Suppport Staff of the Month: Ms. Leonna Maiten

Students of the Month:

1st Grade: Lenora Brooks and Alexia Smith

2nd Grade: Kamaria Davis and Jomarion Reed

3rd Grade: Eric Curtis and Marianna Rivers

4th Grade: Jordan Brown and Kelsie Davis

5th Grade: Tikeyvion McCoy and Tylar McMillon

GPSD Students Return from Christmas Break 1-6-16
GPSD Superintendent Page-Johnson meets with city/county leaders about goals for 2017-18

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Thompson appointed to Board of Trustees

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GPSD Closed for MLK Holiday (Jan. 18, 2016)
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Spring Parent Teacher Conference Day set for 3-31-17

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GPSD Closed for Thanksgiving Break
GPSD welcomes Dr. Janice Page-Johnson as its new leader

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GPSD Spring Break Kicks off March 13-17, 2017

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GHS Varisty Football Senior players recognized
GPSD Administrators recognized for community service

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GPSD Annual Spelling Bee winners recognized

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GPSD implements MIA campaign to improve attendance
GPSD set to host its P-16 Council Advisory Meeting on Monday

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GPSD students to receive free breakfast, lunch
GPSD to host district wide Spelling Bee

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GPSD nationally recognized
Four GHS Hornets Sign Letter of Intent to play college football

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GPSD receives 15 apps after recruitment fair
GHS students recognized for top scores on Biology I SATP exam

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GPSD offers free breakfast and lunch
GPSD to host Career Fair on Feb. 18, 2017 @ MMCC career fair

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Two of GPSD's top high school students ace the Algebra I test

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GPSD Board of Trustees Recognized as a Board of Merit

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GPSD SATP Parent Night 1-26-17 SATP

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Free Adult Evening Classes offered at GTC starting Feb. 7 night classes
All GPSD schools closed to celebrate MLK Day 2017

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TL Weston Girl's Basketball Team Complete a 3-peat vs. rival Coleman Middle School weston

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CMS gets its 3rd City Championship (3-peat) vs. TL Weston

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GPSD looks to strengthen partnership with Boys & Girls Club of Washington County partnerships

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GPSD closes for Winter Break on Friday, Dec. 23, 2016; Reopen Jan 9, 2017 happy holidays

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Webb Prep & Weston place 1st in annual Christmas Parade 2016 firstplace

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GPSD Holiday Canned Food Drive on its way to surpassing goal

  

GPSD closes for Thanksgiving Break; School Resumes Nov. 28 turkey day

Matty Akin Librarian Receives Mississippi Library Association Award akin owls

  

GPSD Special Needs students put on quite a performance @WCCC special performance

      

GHS students & staff save lives by donating blood

                 

Greenville High School Celebrates Homecoming 2016-17

TL Weston Eagles Edge out Coleman Middle School for District Championship

       

GPSD To Host Fall CLIP Meeting on Thursday 10-20-16 @ 5:30 p.m.

Former GHS Star & NFL Player Quentin "Hot Sauce" Groves suddenly passes away

Board of Trustees special called meeting 10-10-16

GPSD Celebrates National School Lunch Week Oct. 10-14, 2016

GPSD Board of Trustees meeting rescheduled for 6 p.m 9-27-16
Longtime GPSD Board of Trustee Jerome "Jerry" Hafter Dies at 71
GPSD closed for Labor Day

GPSD makes changes to bus routes & schedules

 

 

Tech center has new director

                                                         

GPSD iPad rollout underway
Webb Prep welcomes first batch of kindergarteners
Taylor begins 5th year at GPSD’s helm
McDavid: This is year of ‘rebirth’ at T.L. Weston
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