Leading and Learning Beyond COVID-19 is a three-part series offered by Tech & Learning. During the conference, colleagues from around the United States were able to build a deeper understanding of how to move beyond crisis response to COVID-19 and begin to lay the foundation for the road ahead in education.
Greeneville City Schools (GCS) was named the top school district in America to purchase an affordable home by Finder.com. GCS and Maryville City Schools were the only districts to be recognized in Tennessee.
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.
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.
2021 Niche Best School Districts in Tennessee results have been released and Greeneville City Schools, GCS, has been recognized as the #2 Best Public-School District in Tennessee, up from #4 in 2020. Additionally, GCS was ranked #1 in the following categories: Districts with the Best Teachers in Tennessee, Best Places to Teach in Tennessee, and Best School Districts for Athletes in Tennessee. GCS was ranked #322 of 10,760 in the Best School Districts in America ranking.
Greeneville City Schools Director, Steve Starnes, was recently elected Chair of the Tennessee Superintendent Study Council Executive Committee. The purpose of the council is to provide an opportunity for the continuous study of problems pertaining to the education profession, and jointly evaluate, with the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE), ongoing instructional programs and recommend changes designed to improve those programs.