Greensville County Public Schools

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Announcements

  • The Greensville County School Board will be holding a Special Called Meeting on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at the School Board Office. 

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  • Dear GCPS Families:

     

    During his conference today, Governor Northam has decided to close all public and private schools until the end of the school year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic

    We are promised that the Virginia Department of Education will provide guidance to all divisions in our efforts to provide continuity of instruction and food services during this time.  Other areas on which we are to be given prompt guidance include:

    • Graduation Requirements
    • Awarding Standard Credit and Verified Credit (in the absence of SOL testing)
    • Closing the instructional gaps created by the loss of instruction.

    Please frequent the website to receive updates. As these and many more questions are answered in the next few days, weeks, and months to come, I will make every effort to maintain communication with you.  We will do everything in our power to continue the traditions of our school system - our Class of 2020 Eagles will walk across the stage at some date in the future. 


    I understand these are uncertain times for us all.  The decisions being made are unprecedented and there is no script to follow. However, #iBelieve we will weather this storm together, and we will come through this on the other side stronger, and more prepared to take on any future challenge.

     

    Dr. Kim Evans

     

    Kim F. Evans,  Ed.D.

    Division Superintendent

    Greensville County Public Schools

    105 Ruffin Street

    Emporia, VA 23847

    434-634-3748

     

    "Leaders develop daily, not in a day!"  ~John Maxwell

    #iBelieve #iLead

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  • Good morning, 

    If you were unable to pick up your child's packet last week, their respective school will have them. The office will be open from 10-1, please call before you go to make sure a packet is ready for pickup. The school board office will be open from 9-2, by phone only, Monday - Thursday for any questions. 

    We will keep you updated with any new information as soon as it becomes available to us. Please remember this is not a vacation, work on your packets, read a book, or play a game on one of the many websites that are being offered at this time. 

    Please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and keep safe!

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  • Greetings GCPS Families:

    These are challenging times, and we are all in this together! While we are sorry we cannot safely provide "traditional schooling" as we know it to our children right now, we are extremely proud of the way our school families and community members have come together to ensure that students and staff are safe during the Commonwealth's required school closure.

    All of our buildings and buses will be cleaned starting today.  Therefore, all buildings and offices will close at 12:30 today and will be closed for the remainder of this week.  Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, each building, will have TELEPHONE coverage Monday-Thursday weekly from 10 am – 1 pm.  If you have not picked up your child’s packet of review materials, please call your child’s school on Monday, March 23, 2020.

    Families are reminded that the meals will be provided throughout the closure.

    Please visit our website for the meal schedule and resources that you may find helpful.

    Thank you for your assistance during this time and be safe!

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  • The School Board meeting scheduled for March 18, 2020, has been postponed.  Once a reschedule date has been determined, we will post the information on the website and social media.

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  • An Update:

    Greensville County Public Schools is closed from March 16 - 27, 2020, as a result of Governor Northam closing all Virginia Schools. We have not been made aware of any reported case of COVID-19 in Greensville County Public Schools. However, there have been confirmed cases in Emporia (Johnson County), Kansas. We continue to work on plans for delivery of meals and instructional materials to our students. Thank you.

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  • Breaking News

    Breaking News

    At 2:35, Governor Northam announced the closing of all Virginia K-12 Schools effective March 16 - March 27, 2020.  Greensville County Public Schools is working on a plan for the continuation of learning that will be shared as soon as possible.

    The School Market scheduled for March 17, 2020, at Greensville Elementary School, has been canceled.

    The SAT scheduled for tomorrow March 14, 2020, has been rescheduled for a later date. 

     

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  • Parents,

    State Law requires proof of your child receiving the Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (Tdap) vaccination prior to enrollment in the 7th grade.  E. W. Wyatt Middle School in partnership with the Virginia Department of Health will be offering the Tdap vaccination at school on April 23, 2020.  Consent forms were sent home by the student.  If your child has misplaced the consent form, feel free to contact the school at 434-634-5159.

    If you would like your child to receive the Tdap vaccination at school, the consent form is due by March 9, 2020.  Please note that a copy of your insurance card (front and back) should be attached to the form.

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  • https://www.eventbrite.com/e/disability-benefits-vas-medicaid-waivers-and-social-security-greensville-county-public-schools-r

     

    Please register in the above link: 

    Please join us for the Disability Benefits: VA Medicaid Waivers and Socail Security for Greesnville County Piblic Schools. Meeting will be help on April 8,2020 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the School Board Office. 

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  • Sick Day Guidelines

     

     

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  • Greensville Elementary School will again be hosting the school market.  Families of Greensville Elementary School students are eligible to attend the market.  The next market date is September 19, 2019, from 4:30-6:00 p.m.

    Greensville Elementary School Market

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  • If you are a person that wants to make a difference in children's lives, Greensville County Public Schools is looking for you! We have openings for the following positions:
     
     
    Paraprofessionals
    Grade 6 Science
    Grade 6 Science/History
    Middle School History
    High School English
    English as a Second Language
    Mechanic Helper
    Part-time Car Drivers
    Part-Time Bus Drivers
    Part-Time Cafeteria Workers
     
    Apply Today!
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  • MySchoolBucks

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    Many of our parents have asked, what happens to the money in my child's MySchoolBucks account?

    The balances will automatically rollover to the next school year. If however, your student is graduating we can provide a refund. Please contact Food Service Supervisor, MaRendia Garner, at mgarner@gcps1.com, to inquire about how to start the refund process.



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  • Concerns regarding the coronavirus (COVIS-19) are impacting every aspect of our daily lives. Greensville County Public Schools is determined to help students and staff stay healthy. Listed below area few common-sense preventive strategies that can help deter the spread of germs such as the common cold, flu, and other viruses. 

    • Stay home if you are sick.
    • Seek treatment, if necessary. 
    • Cover your cough and sneezes with a tissue (and them throw away) or your sleeve.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. This includes before and after eating, after using the toilet, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing, after playing or feeding or cleaning up after your pets, after touching garbage, plus other situations where you may have touched unclean surfaces.
    • If no soap and water is available (which is the best), an alternative method is to use a hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol. 
    • Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces and objects (for examples : doorknobs, light switches,desk,computers, cell phones, countertops, TV remotes).
    • Stop touching your face, mouth, and eyes. If you touch something that has germs and then touch your face, you could be exposing yourself to those germs directly. 

    We are working with the local health department and following the guidelines from the CDC to help prevent to spread of illnesses. Our school administrators are working with our custodial staff to take additional precautions as it pertains to cleaning in the buildings. 

     

     

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