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 email@example.com. 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!
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Greenville Public Schools is joining 537 local and 56 intermediate school districts across Michigan to celebrate January as School Board Recognition Month. Special THANKS to James Anderson, Brian Gardner, Michael Huff, Richelle Lentz, Charlie Mahar, Kire Wierda, and Maureen Wolverton for serving GPS, we appreciate all you do!
Don't forget ... NO SCHOOL December 21-January 3 due to Winter Recess! School will resume Wednesday, January 4, 2023; GPS wishes everyone a safe and enjoyable break!
GPS would like to take a moment to thank Board Secretary Mr. Ron Billmeier (19+ years) and Board Trustee Dr. Rocky Hansen (12+ years) for serving on the GPS Board of Education. They will be missed tremendously, but we wish them the best of luck on their next endeavors. We would also like to thank our 2022 Board of Education Student Representative Hudson Parker for his commitment to serve the student body monthly at the Board of Education meetings . We wish him the best of luck as he finishes out his senior year at GHS and takes on his next adventures. Their terms officially end December 31, 2022. Photos were taken during their last regular meeting on December 12th.
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
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
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Welcome Back, GPS Students! We've missed you! Have a great school year!
GPS Superintendent Search - Input Survey closes tomorrow (Friday, July 22) at 4:00pm. Visit www.gpsjackets.org for the survey and additional information. The Board of Education thanks you in advance for your contribution to this important process.
We're thrilled to announce the new app for GPS! It's everything GPS, in your pocket. Download for Android https://bit.ly/3y3GaKi Download for iPhone https://apple.co/3RcVrRF
REMINDER ... Superintendent Search: Community Focus Group Meetings will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2022 at 11:30am-12:30pm or 5:30pm-7:00pm. The meetings will be held at the Central Services Facility (1414 Chase Street, Greenville). Unable to attend? Visit www.gpsjackets.org for additional information including an input survey. The Board of Education thanks you in advance for your contribution to this important process.
Superintendent Search: Community Focus Group Meetings will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2022 at 11:30am-12:30pm or 5:30pm-7:00pm. The meetings will be held at the Central Services Facility (1414 Chase Street, Greenville). Unable to attend? Visit www.gpsjackets.org for additional information including an input survey.
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education is beginning the task of searching for the District’s new Superintendent of Schools due to the recent announcement of retirement from Superintendent Linda Van Houten. On Tuesday, July 19, there will be Focus Group Meetings for members of our community to share their views regarding the qualifications desired in our new superintendent. Mr. Andy Ingall, our Executive Search Consultant from the Michigan Leadership Institute, will lead these meetings. Community Focus Group Meetings: Tuesday, July 19, 2022 at 11:30am-12:30pm or 5:30pm-7:00pm. The meetings will be held at the Central Services Facility (1414 Chase Street, Greenville). If you are unable to attend a Focus Group session, please share your thoughts by completing a short survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GTYGX8S Please visit www.gpsjackets.org for additional information about the search process and timeline; information will be posted as it becomes available.
Summer Photography Class Highlights - Students have learned about the rule of thirds, leading lines in composition, light and created shadows, backgrounds, patterns, shapes, and textures. Utilizing software programs they edit with flexible guidelines to encourage their personal creativity. Concluding projects, students support each other through discussion and questioning.
Greenville Public Schools is go for launch! Today kicks off the launch of our new website!
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.