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GEC-End of Grading Period
Thursday, March 19
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GCS-Early Release
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After School Academy
Parent Meeting to be Rescheduled

Because we are under a winter weather advisory, the After School Academy parent meeting will be rescheduled.  Parents will be notified when a new date has been selected.

GCS receives over $560,000 in After School Grant Funds

Greene County Schools has won a two-year After School Quality Improvement Grant.  The grant will provide $283,000 annually for two years to fund the Greene County Schools After School Academy (ASA). ASA will be located at Greene County Intermediate School and partner with Boys and Girls Club. ASA students will continue to benefit from Boys and Girls Club after school programming and receive 45 minutes of high quality small group reading support each afternoon. 


Greene County Schools' Vision

Greene County Schools will be a model 21st Century school system focused on student achievement in order for all students to graduate prepared for college, the workforce, and life as global citizens.

Greene County Schools' Mission

Greene County Schools is a school district in which teachers and students unite to create an atmosphere of mutual respect focused on teaching and learning in a safe, caring environment. Students are challenged by a rigorous curriculum delivered by teachers who facilitate learning at the mastery level. Teachers, students, and parents collaborate to ensure the achievement of our goals.

Greene County Schools' Strategic Plan Goals
  • Prepare students for college, the workforce, and life as global citizens.
  • Facilitate mastery learning through the delivery of a rigorous curriculum.
  • Create a culture of mutual respect and accountability focused on teaching and learning in a safe, caring environment.

Greene County Spotlight

Impressive Reading Gains by Greene County Students
Enrolled in READ 180 and System 44 

"Students who struggle with literacy are supported by READ 180 and/or System 44 intervention reading programs that focus on strategic reading and foundational reading respectively. GCS has shown outstanding progress in closing the gap. In the 2013–2014 school year, 75% of the students gained one or more year’s growth in literacy. Moreover, 50% of the students enrolled in READ 180 gained two or more years in literacy as measured by the Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI).

These scores reflect some of the highest scores throughout the country. GCS have given all these students a true gift—the gift of literacy. Life will never be the same for these students as they will have many more opportunities to reach their full potential." — Dr. Karen Burke, Director of Academic Planning, Scholastic Inc.

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FINAL Greene County Flyer.pdf