News & Announcements

Greeneville City Schools Community Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, July 27 at 5:00 pm, Kay Leonard Central Office ,129 W. Depot Street

Kay Leonard Central Office , 129 W. Depot StreetGreeneville City Schools is seeking stakeholder input on our proposed plan to the TN Department of Education for allocating federal ESSER 3.0 funds. In response to COVID-19 and its potential impact on student learning, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) was signed into law by the federal government on March 11, 2021.

GHS Student, Caedmon Oakes, Wins in Team AEA Pitch Contest

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.

Parents Advised to Apply Annually for National School Lunch Program for Free or Reduced Meals

The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential childcare institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost, or free lunches to children each school day. The program was established under the National School Lunch Act, signed by President Harry Truman in 1946.

GCS curbside student meal pick up to end May 25

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Greeneville City Schools (GCS) nutrition team has served 106,516 meals through its curbside pickup program. Fortunately, the community need has steadily declined over the past few weeks. The last day for curbside student meal pick up will be on May 25, 2021.

Masks Optional for GCS Students When Outdoors Effective Immediately

As communicated in the Greeneville City Schools (GCS) Framework for Safe Reopening of Schools, GCS would be responsive to the current conditions in relation to the pandemic. As conditions have improved within the community, the decision has been made to make masks optional when students are outdoors. The mask requirement will remain in effect indoors at this time.
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