Greensville County Public Schools

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  • A new exciting opportunity was announced by the Virginia Department of Education for our students.  CyberStart, a free online game of discovery, provides Virginia high school juniors, seniors, community college and college students interested in a cybersecurity career, with a tool to learn basic cyber security skills and test their cyber aptitude.  If you are at least 16 years of age, or know someone who is, and are interested in the field of Cyber Security, this opportunity may be for you.  Check out the website:  https://www.sans.org/CyberStartUS#registration for more information.  If you decide to register, please contact Paige Crewe, 434-634-3748, for assistance.

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  • Virginia State law requires that a child entering the sixth (6th) grade must have documentation on record that he/she received the Tdap vaccine.  

    You may take your child to the health department at 140 Uriah Branch Way on Mondays (except 7/31/2017) to be vaccinated.  Until the end of July, the hours are from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM.  During August only, the extended schedule is from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM and from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM. Parents must be present with identification for the parent and the child and insurance information.  When your child receives the vaccine, please provide the record to E. W. Wyatt Middle School.  Children who do not receive this vaccine will NOT be allowed to start sixth grade.

    Contact the Greensville County Health Department at (434)348-4235 if you have additional questions.

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  • Please come out and visit our Summer Feeding sites for free meals! The sites, dates and times are listed below.
     
    Summer Feeding Locations and Times
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  • Advisory Commission on Student Success

    Greensville County Public Schools has launched the first Advisory Commission on Student Success that will assist school leaders in identifying the challenges and barriers to student success and then, recommend actions to move the school system forward.  The Commission is composed of 35 community leaders, faith leaders, parents, citizens, educators and students.

         "We are so pleased to have the support of our leaders and citizens who will help us shape the future of our community's children," said School Board Chairman, Rhonda Jones-Gilliam.  "Our work is urgent and improtant, and we believe that everyone can play an important role in ensuring the succes of our students."

         The Advisory Commission will meet three times in May and June to learn key information about the school system, discuss the challenges and barriers to student success, identify the strengths of the school system and surrounding community, and then recommend action steps to ensure the success of every student.  Following educators' summer work, the Commission will reconvene in the fall to hear how its recommendations will be incorporated into school division operations.

         For more information, click on the About Us Tab.

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