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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
CMS Science Master Teacher named 2017 District Teacher of the Year

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

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TL Weston recognizes Ashley Pitts as its Teacher of the Year



GPSD starts the 2017-18 school year in stride

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Teacher Appreciation Week 2017



Joint GPSD & City Town Hall Meeting a success

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GPSD recognizes Teacher, Parent of the Year

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GPSD 2017-18 Bus Routes by listing

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GHS Ivory Simmons awarded by Greenville Rotary Club

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

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Region 9 Special Olympics Held

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

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GPSD Spring CLIP 2017 Meeting held


GPSD's Convocation Message: A successful year that yields successful students-

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GPSD Board meeting & recognition program to be held at Solomon


GPSD & City of Greenville to Host Community Town Hall Meeting

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Em Boyd Cheerleaders take home 1st place honors

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

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McBride students attend Delta Children's Museum

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GPSD Superintendent Dr. Janice Page-Johnson speaks on Delta News

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GPSD's 2017 Parade of Excellence showcases school spirit

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Dozens of students elect to go for the Career Pathway Experience

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

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Lucy Webb's New Look is Kelly Green Polo Shirts for 2017-18

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Regional Science Fair at WCCC


GPSD's Early Registration Period is Underway

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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

Vaughn takes helm as Board of Trustee president


GPSD's Convocation set for August 2, 2017

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Thompson appointed to Board of Trustees


GPSD Superintendent Page-Johnson meets with city/county leaders about goals for 2017-18

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Spring Parent Teacher Conference Day set for 3-31-17


Standing room only at Superintendent's Reception Mixer



GPSD Spring Break Kicks off March 13-17, 2017


GPSD welcomes Dr. Janice Page-Johnson as its new leader

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GPSD Annual Spelling Bee winners recognized

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GPSD Administrators recognized for community service

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GPSD set to host its P-16 Council Advisory Meeting on Monday


GPSD to host district wide Spelling Bee


Four GHS Hornets Sign Letter of Intent to play college football

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GHS students recognized for top scores on Biology I SATP exam



GPSD to host Career Fair on Feb. 18, 2017 @ MMCC career fair


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


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


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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GHS vs. Murrah Basketball game rescheduled for Jan. 11, 2017 ghs basketball
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


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