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Greenville Technical Center Special Offering Adult Ed Welding Class GTC

There is not a pre-registration for courses. Anyone wishing to participate must register and pay fees at the designated time to ensure a seat in the class. Anyone who cannot attend the registration may call beginning Friday, May 3, 2019, to see if additional seats are available.

HOUR OF CODEā„¢ COMMUNITY EVENT Coding

Technology is everywhere. Students need exposure to computer science for good jobs and the future. Join us for this free HOUR of CODETM community event to see how easy and fun it is for ALL STUDENTS to learn about computer science.

Parent Academy: Community Edition Parent Academy: Community Edition

Come out to our Parent Academy Workshop and make sure that your child is ready for the state test! Learn tips to help your child succeed!

GREENVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL Early College

We are now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2019 – 2020 school year!

PREPS VALUE-ADDED AWARDS : Coleman Middle School and Greenville High School Award

The Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools (PREPS, Inc.), Mississippi’s only statewide educational consortium, is honored to announce the 2019 Value-Added Award recipients.

The PREPS value-added analysis began in June 1997 and allows for valid comparisons of educational performance on the prior year’s state testing while taking into account the impact of differences in the socioeconomic background of the students considered in the research. The model is used in the PREPS Value-Added Awards Program to identify high performing schools among Mississippi public school districts who are members of the PREPS Consortium. Schools which are deemed as adding value are those performing significantly better than other schools with comparable socioeconomic circumstances. The PREPS organization follows the mission of actively providing research and evaluation for public schools.

 

GTC Basic Manufacturing Program Grant GTC

Congratulations to Mrs. T. Harris and the Manufacturing Program!  The GTC Basic Manufacturing Program was awarded a $2,500.00 grant to implement a Manufacturing Summer Camp for the 2019 Summer. More details about the camp coming soon!

GPSD Receives 2018 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grant Grant

Greenville Public School District received a grant from Lipscomb Oil Company, Inc. Exxon and Mobil have fueled young minds and helped create moments through their Educational Alliance. Since its establishment, they’ve given over $34 million to this national program, which funds math and science programs at schools in need. It’s part of their ongoing effort to support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education within the communities they serve. The grant will give students the tools and technology needed to bridge what they've learned in the classroom with what they see in the real world.

Spring 2019 Adult Ed Classes Registration GTC Adult ED

It is that time again the Greenville Technical Center will Continue registration for the Spring 2019 Adult Ed Classes Registration January 15, 16, and 17 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m at 350 S. Raceway Rd. Attached please find a copy of the information. Some classes are even for Free!!! Please pass the information to anyone that would benefit from our services

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". 

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. 

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.

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. 

National School Bus Safety Week NSBW

National School Bus Safety Week serves as a reminder for students, parents, teachers, and the community to keep school bus safety in the forefront. Here are tips to keep our children safe at the bus stop.

Inside the Hornet's Nest : GHS Voices of Liberation Inside the Hornet's Nest : GHS Voices of Liberation

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!

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!

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! 
#hornetnation

Thank You!!!! Thank You
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!
GHS Homecoming Tailgating 2018-2019 Homecoming Tailgating

Join us for pre-game festivities in our Homecoming Tailgate zone! Reserved your tailgate lot today! 

Greenville Public Schools
412 South Main Street
Greenville, MS 38701
Phone: 662-334-7000
Fax: 662-334-7021