We want to hear from YOU! Greenville Public Schools values your feedback and seeks your input as we look to provide the best opportunities for our students and plan for the future of our school district. The survey will close at midnight on 11/7. Please share the survey with others as we are seeking feedback from our entire community. Thank you in advance! bit.ly/JacketsSurvey
Please take notice that Greenville Public Schools will hold two public hearings to consider the District’s proposed revisions of the reproductive health curriculum. The hearings will be held at the Central Services Facility at 1414 Chase Street, Greenville, Michigan on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 from 5:30-6:30pm and Tuesday, November 15, 2022 from 5:30 - 6:30pm. The Board may not adopt its proposed revisions until after the public hearings. This notice is given by order of the Board of Education.
There will be Special Board Meetings on Monday, November 7, 2022 and November 9, 2022 at the Central Services Facility (1414 Chase Street, Greenville). For more information regarding each meeting, please visit https://www.gpsjackets.org/page/board-of-education
Half day today! Elementary release - 11:50am GMS release - 10:30am GHS release - 10:35am
Good morning GPS families. Out of an abundance of caution, buses could run a few minutes late due to patchy fog in some areas. Please drive safe, and thank you for your patience.
The Varsity Boys Tennis team earned Team Academic All State honors this season. To qualify, the average GPA for the athletes on the regional line-up must be 3.25 or higher. Also, senior Jackson Doyle earned Individual Academic All State honors this season. For an athlete to qualify as an individual, they must have a 3.75 or higher GPA and be a Senior on the team. Coach Faber, "I'm so proud of this team for the successes they shared both on the court and in the classroom."
Greenville Public Schools has a new superintendent - Mr. Wayne Roedel and we are hosting several "Meet & Greet" opportunities starting next week. All meet & greets are open to the public - anyone can attend any session that works in their schedule. Vist https://www.gpsjackets.org/article/889520 for more information.
Reminder! Half day on Wednesday, November 2. Elementary release: 11:50am GMS release: 10:30am GHS release: 10:35am
On May 3, 2022, the Greenville community had the opportunity to vote on a $45,230,000 school bond proposal with an expected net tax rate decrease. This bond proposal was based on 18 months of planning and review of district needs by the Board of Education and community input, including public meetings and a community survey. That bond proposal failed, with 1,662 residents voting no and 1,660 residents voting yes. Greenville Public Schools values your feedback and seeks your input as we look to provide the best opportunities for our students and plan for the future of our school district. Please take a few moments to answer the following questions regarding the future needs of the district. All responses are anonymous and will be reviewed by district administration and the Board of Education. bit.ly/JacketsSurvey This survey will close at midnight on Monday, November 7, 2022. Thank you in advance!
Kristyn from Frugthaven Farm donated some beautiful mums to our Central Services Facility! Our front entrance is officially looking like fall.
Congratulations to the local districts, and schools that are demonstrating strong outcomes and/or making progress related to meeting the needs of each and every learner through a multi-tiered framework (MTSS). So proud our our GPS team! https://www.thedailynews.cc/articles/maisd-and-local-schools-districts-earn-state-recognition-for-student-support-systems/
On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, Greenville Public Schools had a presentation by Dr. Tim Bartik on how high-quality early childhood education can not only benefit child participants and their parents but can also have "spillover benefits" for all local residents. https://www.gpsjackets.org/article/886072
Greenville High School MiCi students took the dance floor by storm recently at a Halloween bash! Teachers Mr. Ferguson, Mrs, Gunderson and Director of Student Services Allyson Bradley had just as much fun as the students!
There will be a Special Board Meeting on Monday, October 24, 2022, at 7:00pm at the Central Services Facility (1414 Chase Street, Greenville) for the purpose of FOIA business and any other business necessary. There will be a Special Board Meeting on Tuesday, October 25, 2022, at 7:00pm at the Greenville High School Auditorium (111 N. Hillcrest Street, Greenville) for the purpose of an Early Childhood Education presentation and any other business necessary. For more information, visit https://www.gpsjackets.org/page/board-of-education
1/2 day today - Wednesday, October 19!
Greenville Board of Education President Norice Rasmussen submitted her letter of resignation after serving on the board since 2007. Mrs. Rasmussen’s resignation is effective Tuesday, October 11, 2022. By law, board members must name a replacement no later than 30 days following the resignation. The Greenville Board of Education is seeking letters of interest for the vacant position. Letters of interest must be received no later than 4:00pm on Tuesday, November 1, 2022. Visit www.gpsjackets.org for more information.
Reminder - NO SCHOOL for GPS today (Monday, October 10, 2022). Happy Fall Break!
There will be two Board of Education Meetings on Monday, October 10, 2022. A Special Board of Education Meeting will begin at 5:45pm (for the purpose of student discipline hearings and any other business as necessary), and the Regular Board of Education Meeting will begin at 7:00pm. Both meetings will be held in the Central Services Facility (1414 Chase Street, Greenville).
National Principals Month honors principals for their significant impact on the success and well-being of our nation’s students. Join us as we celebrate all principals throughout October. #ThankAPrincipal #JacketPride