Thank you to our amazing bus drivers! We appreciate all you do!!
The 7th and 8th grade Girls Middle School Basketball games are cancelled for today, February 22nd.
***CORRECTION*** In an abundance of caution due to impending inclement weather, Greenville Public Schools will be closed on WEDNESDAY, February 22. Children's Corner daycare will be open.
In an abundance of caution due to impending inclement weather, Greenville Public Schools will be closed on Thursday, February 22. Children's Corner daycare will be open.
Below is information about Middle School Track.
ParentVue/StudentVue is back up; we apologize for the extended downtime. Thank you for your patience and support as the GPS Tech Team worked with Edupoint (Synergy) to resolve the issue.
Happy Mid-Winter Break - NO SCHOOL today (Monday, February 20, 2023)!
Due to icy roads, Greenville Public Schools will be closed on Friday, February 17. This will be a complete district closure, including Children's Corner and district offices. Stay safe and warm, Yellow Jackets!
The Middle School Wrestling meet at Allendale is canceled today, February 16th. We apologize for the late notice!
REMINDER...There will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, February 20, 2023.
This past Saturday, February 11, we had students from both GMS and GHS participate in the MSBOA District VII Honors Orchestra. Students are nominated by their director and then selected by MSBOA to participate. The GMS students participated in a Sectional Rehearsal night on Wednesday, February 8 from 6-8pm as well as the all-day event on Saturday, February 11. The Middle School students worked with guest conductor, Matthew Bridges, Director of Orchestras at Grandville High School. The HS students worked with guest conductor, John Varineau, retired Associate Conductor of the Grand Rapids Symphony. The all-day event concluded with a performance by both the Middle School and High School Honors Orchestras. Please congratulate these students if you see them--they worked very hard and the concert was just magical!
Mrs. Butler met with 8th-grade students to continue developing their Educational Development Plans (EDP). Students identified soft skills they are currently using as middle school students and discussed how they are transferred in the workplace.
Behind every student is a school counselor who encourages them to dream big and be bold. We appreciate our school counselors that are making a big difference!!
Greenville Public Schools will be closed today Tuesday, February 7, due to icy back roads. Stay safe today Yellowjackets!
Congratulations to Thijs Behrends who participated in the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Middle School All-State Orchestra as a part of the Michigan Music Conference January 19-21, 2023. Thijs auditioned in October and was accepted out of hundreds of auditions. He participated in hours of rehearsals with their guest conductor, and the weekend culminated in a performance on the stage of DeVos Hall on Saturday, January 21.
Reminder...Wednesday (February 1st) will be a Half Day for ALL GPS Students!
Four GMS students were selected by the Young Writers program to have their work published! Their mini sagas will be featured in a book showcasing young writers from around the world called, "Twisted Tales." Congratulations!
GMS is hosting an evening for our parents and students to learn more about encouraging a love for reading. Come and join us by signing up here: https://forms.gle/ZHXpDJWD3cupfUUAA
January is School Board Recognition Month. GPS would like to thank our current and past School Board members for their commitment to our students, staff, parents and community members! We appreciate you! Photographed (left to right): Richelle Lentz (Trustee), Kire Wierda (President), Brian Gardner (Trustee), James Anderson (Treasurer), Charlie Mahar (Trustee), Michael Huff (Vice President), Maureen Wolverton (Secretary), Sophie Gardner (2023 Student Representative) and Superintendent Wayne Roedel
Greetings Greenville Public Schools Family! It's that special time of year where GPS staff, parents, and students tempt fate and plunge into the icy waters of a frozen lake to benefit the Special Olympics. The Polar Plunge will again be close to home at Turk Lake and take place on Saturday, February 4th. The Special Olympics do some pretty amazing things for some of our very own students right here in Greenville. It's a very worthwhile organization and this event is one of their biggest fundraisers. If any of you are brave enough to join the other crazy people, it's really not too bad....just a bit of a shock to the system! It's for a great cause. If you'd like to join the Frozen Jackets, please email Mr. Walsh (Principal of Baldwin Heights Elementary and Captain of the Frozen Jackets) at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you'd rather support the Frozen Jackets by donating some much needed funds, please donate ONLINE by going to this website: https://give.classy.org/frozenwalsh23. Click on the "Donate" button and follow the directions. Thanks for your support!