As previously communicated, all Greeneville City School students will learn virtually through Friday, January 15th. Greeneville High School students who have Greene Technology Center classes will have the option to attend in-person during the week of January 11th on their regularly assigned hybrid days (A group students on Monday and Tuesday and B Group students on Wednesday and Thursday). Attending GTC in-person is optional for GHS students during the week of January 11th. Students who choose to attend in-person during this week will be required to provide their own transportation.
All students, except EDGE students, will resume the hybrid schedule on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. Monday, January 18, 2021 is a holiday and there is no school. Students in the “A” group will attend in-person on Tuesday January 19th and students in the “B” group will attend in-person on Wednesday and Thursday, January 20th and 21st. The normal hybrid schedule will begin on Monday, January 25th with A Group students attending in-person on Monday and Tuesday and B Group students attending on Wednesday and Thursday with Fridays continuing to be a virtual learning day for all students.
Our School Nutrition Team will continue to offer curbside meal pickup service for all children in the community 18 years old and younger when schools are in session. Meals may be picked up at either Hal Henard Elementary School or at Greeneville High School between 11:00 am and 12:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
As the pandemic conditions within our community and schools continues to evolve, it may become necessary to alter the operating schedule for a classroom, a grade level, a school, or the district. These decisions will be made after evaluating Greene County COVID-19 data and consulting with the local and regional health departments.
Over 300 students received a “cooking kit” with ingredients, measuring cups, and an apron to take home. Students cooked their own version of Stone Soup with their family. Families are encouraged to create media as they cook and post it to our Facebook public group: Eagles SOAR at Home.
During the week of Thanksgiving, “A” Group students will attend in-person on Monday and will be virtual on Tuesday. “B” Group students will be virtual on Monday and in-person on Tuesday. Schools will be closed Wednesday through Friday for the Thanksgiving holidays. This decision has been made after evaluating Greene County COVID-19 data and consulting with the local and regional health departments. Click link "read full story" to see calendar.
A decision will be announced on Tuesday, November 24th by 6 p.m. about the schedule for the week of November 30th through December 4th.
The health, safety, and wellbeing of our students and staff along with community conditions will continue to drive our decisions. Greeneville City Schools appreciates your continued support.
The Tennessee Commissioner of Education, Dr. Penny Schwinn, visited Tusculum View Elementary on Oct. 28, 2020, along with her assistant, Emma McCallie and the Northeast Regional Center of Regional Excellence (CORE) Director, Dr. Jami Corwin.
The Greeneville City Schools (GCS) Transportation Department has been awarded $10,000 through the Tennessee Department of Education School Bus Seat Restraint Grant Program. This award will allow GCS to equip their new 2021 special education school bus with three-point lap-shoulder seat restraints and four integrated child restraint system seats.