Greenville Public School District is pleased to launch its new and improved website. It features a new look and feel that flows seamlessly from one page to the next. You will notice updated colors and logos that better match our school's brand. New site features include: Highly visual pages with large quick access buttons. Easy to use calendars with filters to personalize to your school. Homepage news and live feed updates featuring social media feeds. Easy to use navigation menu to drill into your school or district content of interest.
2 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
Seventh-grade Greenville Middle School students continue to work on their Educational Development Plan (EDP). An EDP is a great tool that allows students to explore their future career options. This activity focused on linking interests to potential careers and learning the different pathway options after graduation.
2 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
MS Students
"Maddie Homich got a jump start on college while she was in high school. During her senior year at Greenville High School, Homich decided to take advantage of Montcalm Community College’s dual enrollment program, which allows students to take college-level courses while still in high school and receive both high school and college credit." Read more about how Maddie used dual enrollment at GHS and MCC to jump start her college experience here: https://www.montcalm.edu/news/dual-enrollment-transfer-help-maddie-homich-get-ahead-on-college/
4 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
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The bond proposal focuses on health & safety by improving learning environments and by providing building and site improvements. More information on the May 3rd school bond proposal can be found at gpsjackets.org/bond2022
5 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
Bond Focus
Join us Monday, March 21 at 7 pm for the Performing Arts Hall of Fame Inductee Showcase held at Greenville Performing Arts Center. Tickets are free at GPAC.LUDUS.COM or at the door.
5 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
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The bond proposal includes constructing a new Early Childhood & Daycare Center classroom wing at Walnut Hills Elementary. Our area has been identified by the Michigan League of Public Policy as a “daycare desert” meaning there are not enough resources to meet the demand of care for young children. Research shows that high-quality early childhood education programs have a profound impact on the future outcomes of students. Learn more at www.gpsjackets.org/district/bond2022
5 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
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On Saturday, March 12 between 8-11 am come out for breakfast at the American Legion Hall in Greenville. Proceeds go toward funding spring break food baskets for Greenville Public School Families.
5 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
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We are hosting a Community Forum to share the details of the bond proposal. Please join us on Monday, March 7 at 6:30pm at Montcalm Community College - Ash TLC Building - 1325 Yellow Jacket Drive, Greenville.
5 months ago, Greenville Public Schools
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