As a way to spotlight the success stories of our students, teachers, staff, and administrators, we have created our newest publication We are GCSS. We are GCSS will be released each month by the Office of Communications. The best part about We are GCSS…the success stories are not limited to the walls of our classrooms or buildings…they include life changing accomplishments that impact and shape our daily lives.
Please click here to read our latest story.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has developed interim guidance for kindergarten through grade 12 (K–12) district and school administrators for public health actions pertaining to Zika virus infection. This guidance is intended to address concerns about the risk for Zika virus infection in K–12 schools in the United States, provide school districts with information for planning school-related activities, and recommend actions that can be taken, in consultation with local public health authorities and government officials, to reduce the potential risk for Zika virus transmission on school premises and among students. This guidance provides an overview of the potential roles and responsibilities of public health authorities and school officials, describes prevention measures that schools can take to reduce mosquito exposure, and provides information on responding to a case of travel-associated Zika virus infection or confirmed local mosquito-borne transmission of Zika virus.
Please take a few minutes to read the Zika Virus Response Planning: Interim Guidance for District and School Administrators online at: http://www.cdc.gov/zika/schools.html. Additional information is also available on our "Student Health Services" webpage.
Greene County School System
U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC)
- CDC: Zika Virus Website (General Information)
- CDC: Zika Virus Response Planning: Interim Guidance for District and School Administrators
Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH)
- DPH: Zika Virus Website (General Information)
For the 2016-2017 school year, GCSS will no longer provide countywide transportation for students who live outside of the attendance zone for Union Point STEAM Academy (UPSA). Students living outside of the UPSA attendance zone will attend Greensboro Elementary School. All buses, despite attendance zones, will transport students to Greene County CBJ Preschool, Anita White Carson Middle School, and Greene County High School. Please view the UPSA Attendance Area Map to determine your families school zone. If you live in the shaded area your child is zoned for UPSA.
Families wishing to enroll their children at an elementary school located outside of their attendance zone will have to provide transportation to and from their school of choice.
For more information, contact Mr. Morris Miller, Director of Operations, at 706-453-7688 ext. 2131.
Greene County CBJ Preschool and PREP Center
Greensboro Elementary School
Union Point STEAM Academy
Anita White Carson Middle School
Greene County High School
The CLIP is reviewed each year for the effectiveness of the actions, programs, and strategies implemented to meet our goals. A team is organized to make revisions to the plan based on current assessment data, demographics, and feedback from stakeholders.
We will hold our annual Comprehensive LEA Improvement Plan (CLIP) review meeting on Tuesday, June 28 at 6:00 p.m. at the CBJ Educational Complex, 101 East Third Street, Greensboro. As the Local Educational Agency (LEA), we are committed to creating and maintaining partnerships with our parents, teachers, staff and community, and we encourage all to attend this important meeting to provide input on the improvement plan.
You can review and make comments regarding the current C.L.I.P. by clicking here.
The community is invited to attend our Parent Involvement Plan meeting on Tuesday, June 28 at 5:30 p.m. at the CBJ Educational Complex, 101 East Third Street, Greensboro.
The meeting will focus on how to increase parent involvement at the district level and how parents can become more involved in their child’s education.
For more information about the Parent Involvement Plan, contact Targie Folds, Parent Liaison, at (706) 453-7688 or by email at email@example.com.
Georgia Department of Education released the 2015 School Climate Star Ratings
on June 1. Each school in Georgia received a 1-5 star ratings, with five stars
representing an excellent school climate, and one star representing a school climate
most in need of improvement. School Climate Star Ratings are an informational
tool for schools, administrators, and parents; they do not affect the school’s
College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) score.
enrolled in Business Communications at Greene County High School recently took
and passed the Microsoft Office Specialist exam. Since every student enrolled
in the class passed the exam, the high school’s pass rate is 100 percent for
this exam, explained Kati Mize. Mize teaches marketing, business and audio video
classes at GCHS.
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