Greeneville City Schools is currently requesting bids for a natural gas-powered stand-by generator and installation at the George Clem Operations Building. Bid Packets can be obtained by contacting Mr. Phillip Graham at email@example.com or by calling 423-787-8003. Bids will be received up to bid opening on October 1st, 2021, 1:00 PM EST.
Twelve high school students from across the Appalachian Region participated in a pitch competition as a part of the Appalachian Entrepreneurship Academy (AEA), a competitive, 12-month, free, blended learning curriculum program featuring working modules led by regional experts in business planning, market analysis, product development and other entrepreneurial services. As part of the program, students participate in a 4-week summer intensive online training, continue training over the academic year, and meet in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for a final capstone pitch event in July 2021. This year the winning three-person team, Team Refill Vibes, included Greeneville High School (GHS) student Caedmon Oakes.
The Greeneville City Schools Transportation Department is proud to announce they have been awarded the Diesel Emissions Reduction Act School Bus Rebate grant of $20,000. These grant funds will be applied toward the purchase of a new school bus that will have cleaner emissions than older diesel models. GCS is only the 3rd school system in the state of Tennessee to be awarded this grant from the Environmental Protection Agency.
The joint Greene County and Greeneville City Board of Education meeting will be held at Greene Technology Center on April 22, 2021, at 6pm, and the regular Greeneville City Board of Education meeting will be at the Kathryn Leonard offices on April 26, 2021, at 6:30 pm. In-person audience members are allowed, although social distancing, mask wearing, and attendance limits will be enforced. Both meetings will be livestreamed. Information to access the livestream will be posted at www.gcschools.net .
On Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 11:30 a.m., Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger visited Greeneville High School (GHS) to celebrate the districts state champions, which included boys’ basketball, girls’ soccer, and wrestling.
Tennessee Department of Human Services (DHS) understands just how important the meals children receive at our school are to families. DHS also understands the unexpected hardships families may have faced this school year during the days when those meals were not available due to virtual learning.
To help families, the DHS launched the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program to provide extra resources for families to buy food. This program is about to launch Round 3 to provide benefits backdated to October 2020 and continuing through May 2021 to eligible students.