8/6/2020 Update

Pre-k and Kindergarten:
Greeneville City Schools teachers have been in contact with Pre-k and Kindergarten parents/guardians regarding days of attendance for in-person learning for their child during the staggered schedule from Aug. 7-14. Out of an abundance of caution due to increased community spread of Covid-19, students will attend virtually on their scheduled days, rather than in-person. Each child’s teacher will be contacting parents/guardians with more detailed information.

Grades 1-12:
All other grades will have their first day fully online on Aug. 5 (Abbreviated); first full day on Aug. 7.

Current Learning Mode:
As communicated in the GCS Framework for Safe Reopening of Schools, we will remain fully online through Aug. 21 before possibly changing to another mode on Mon., Aug. 24; which is the Monday after 15 days have elapsed. (See page 23 of the Framework, which can be found under "COVID-19 Re-entry Information" button below). GCS will continue to monitor data and consult with public health officials. The next announcement will take place during the week of Aug. 17 regarding a potential change of learning mode for students who have chosen the traditional in-person learning option.

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8/6/2020 Update

Pre-k and Kindergarten: Greeneville City Schools teachers have been in contact with Pre-k and Kindergarten parents/guardians regarding days of attendance for in-person learning for their child during the staggered schedule from Aug. 7-14. Out of an abundance of caution due to increased community spread of Covid-19, students will attend virtually on their scheduled days, rather than in-person. Each child’s teacher will be contacting parents/guardians with more detailed information. Grades 1-12: All other grades will have their first day fully online on Aug. 5 (Abbreviated); first full day on Aug. 7. Current Learning Mode: As communicated in the GCS Framework for Safe Reopening of Schools, we will remain fully online through Aug. 21 before possibly changing to another mode on Mon., Aug. 24; which is the Monday after 15 days have elapsed. (See page 23 of the Framework, which can be found under "COVID-19 Re-entry Information" button below). GCS will continue to monitor data and consult with public health officials. The next announcement will take place during the week of Aug. 17 regarding a potential change of learning mode for students who have chosen the traditional in-person learning option. #devilstrong #bettertogether

7-28-20 Update

Pre-K will have individual parent meetings (can be in-person or virtual) / Kindergarten will have group parent meetings via zoom on Aug. 5; then will begin in-person staggered schedule (5 or less students) on Aug. 7. All other grades will have their first day fully online on Aug. 5 (Abbreviated); first full day on Aug. 7. As communicated in the GCS Framework for Safe Reopening of Schools, we will remain fully online through Aug. 21 before possibly changing to another mode on Mon., Aug. 24 (which is the Monday after 15 days have elapsed. See page 23 of the Framework posted online at www.gcschools.net). GCS will continue to monitor data and consult with public health officials. The next announcement will take place during the week of Aug. 17 regarding a potential change of learning mode for students who have chosen the traditional in-person learning option. #devilstrong #bettertogether
feeding program

Changes to GCS Feeding Program

While online learning is in place in Greeneville City Schools, meals (breakfast and lunch) will continue to be available to students, but we are no longer able to offer free meals to all children as with the previous program.  This communique is to inform you of some important changes to the program as mandated by the USDA and the State of Tennessee.

Watch the GCS Board of Education Meeting! 07/28/2020, 6 p.m. EST

Under the continued provisions of the State Executive Order to protect the safety and welfare of the public, the Greeneville City (TN) Board of Education meeting on July 28, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. will be closed to the public.  In order to maintain transparency, the meeting will be livestreamed and a recording will be provided as requested.  The livestream link will be available on our website, www.gcschools.net, on the day of the meeting.

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