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Friday, October 22nd, 2021

  1. Picture retake day will be Friday, October 22nd.

  2. Today will be a two hour early dismissal.

  3. Juniors and Seniors interested in Health Sciences - - there will be a visit to SSCC to see their new Health Science Center on Monday, November 1st.  The Health Sciences programs offered at Hillsboro's campus include Nursing, Medical Assisting, Medical Assistant Technology Certificate and Phlebotomy Certificate.Interested students should see Mrs. Pitzer in the office to sign up and pick up a permission slip by October 21st.

  4. Juniors and Seniors interested in taking the ASVAB should email Mrs. Garman by Friday, October 22nd to sign up.  The ASVAB is a multiple-aptitude test that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success.  Scores are also used for admittance in the military.  The resources available for interpretation of your ASVAB score can also be very useful in  career exploration. 

  5. New practice schedules for the play are available in the choir room.

  6. DFCA members: Get your permission slips to Mrs. Tuttle or Mr. Snyder ASAP if you would like to go to the rally in Chillicothe Friday, Oct. 29!

  7. There will be a HI-Y/Youth & Government club meeting in Miss Ahrendt's room during lunch on Thursday, 10/28. A HI-Y representative will bring pizza and share information about the club. Please email Miss Ahrendt at [email protected] if you are interested in learning more! You can also sign up in room 305 by Friday, 10/22 to confirm your interest in attending the meeting. 

  8. There will be an FFA meeting during lunch on Tuesday!! 

  9. Esports practice has been canceled for this week. Will resume Wednesday, October 27th 3-5 PM. 

  10. Seniors applying for college and scholarships should regularly check the Important Dates for Seniors Doc created by Mrs. Peterson. This has been emailed to you. If you are not in an Enrollment Academy and would like this sent to you, email Mrs. Peterson for access. 

  11. Freshman need to begin paying their $15 class fees to the office.  If you have any questions, please see your advisor, Miss Kesler.

  12. Students interested in going on a campus tour of Shawnee State University on November 29 may sign up with Mrs. Pitzer. This will be open to the first 40 juniors and seniors to sign up. We will open it up to sophomores if any spots remain. Lunch will be provided for free! 

  13. Sophomores:  Rah Shirts are in! Please see Mrs. Arthurs in Rm 235 to pick up your orders.

  14. This year's National Red Ribbon Week Theme is "Drug Free Looks Like ME!" Please participate in the Drug Free themed dress up days to show your support: 

Monday, Oct. 25 - "Wear Red Day" to kick of Red Ribbon Week

Tuesday, Oct. 26 - "Put a cap on drugs!" - Wear a wild hat

Wednesday, Oct. 27 - "Stay Strong Against Drugs!" - Wear Camo

Thursday, Oct. 28 - "I'm WILD about being Drug Free" - Wild Hair Day

Friday, Oct. 29 - "Spirit Day" - Wear school colors

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Senior Video

Please enter this link to upload images for the Senior Video. 
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March Parent Teacher Conferences Sign Up

Enter this article to sign up for a slot for Parent Teacher Conferences. They will be held March 11th, from 3pm to 6:30pm.
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Blended Schedule Request

As part of our Restart/Reset plan, our district would like to be prepared in the event we must move to a blended schedule this school year. At this time we are not intending to move to this model, nor do we foresee this in the near future. However, we would like to be prepared and would like to provide you the opportunity to prepare for this possibility. 

Click the article to read the details about our preparations and submit an attendance preference for your family.

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Free Breakfast and Lunch for ALL Students

Our district has received wonderful news from The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Services.  Beginning tomorrow, Monday, September 14, our school district will be able to serve free lunch to all students attending school physically under Option One regardless of their free/reduced lunch status. The USDA is making the program available until December 31, 2020 or until the funding runs out, whichever comes first.  It is recommended that families still complete the free/reduced meal application so that the service will continue in January 2021 for your child or children if they qualify.  Qualifying applications not only provide cost savings to our families, but they also provide funding and opportunities for our district.  If you have questions regarding this opportunity or meal applications, please contact our Food Service Director, Mrs. Dorothy Balzer.  We are very excited to be able to provide this opportunity for our students.   
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2020 - 2021 Bus Routes

All students who will ride a bus this school year: 
Click on the article to view the bus routes and time for pick-up/drop-off. Please remember, students temperatures will be taken upon entering the bus and students with a temperature over 100.0 will be sent back to the house. Elementary parents please make sure someone is there for the child should they be sent back to the house.
We are asking to give the bus an additional 5 minutes over the normal 5 minutes for the first couple days of school.
If you have any questions, please contact Bradley George in the bus garage at 937-981-2620. 
Thank you!
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2020 - 2021 Revised Calendar

During the July 20 GEVSD Board of Education meeting, a revised 2020-2021 calendar was approved. Students will now begin school on Monday, August 24, 2020. This change will allow additional time for staff members to have meeting and learning sessions focusing on instruction, technology, and health and safety in preparation for this school year. Click on the article to view the revised calendar. More +

2020 Reopening Plan

Please take time to review the full reopening plan for our school district. You will notice that each section includes the roles of EVERYONE involved as this truly needs to be a team effort. At the conclusion of the plan, you will find the information about our online learning option, as well as, the application for parents/guardians to complete if interested in choosing that option. We have already started reviewing survey responses from those who participated in our parent/guardian survey. Your feedback is important! As we work through these difficult and ever-changing times, we know that not everyone will agree with decisions that our made. We greatly appreciate your support, cooperation, and flexibility.

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Final Forms Registration for ALL NEW students (Kindergarten through 12th Grade)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL NEW GEVSD REGISTRATIONS: These steps are only for NEW registrations, Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade.  More +

FinalForms Email Collection

Parents, we need your email addresses for our FinalForms launch. Please click "more +" to access the link.   More +

Reset/Restart Parent Survey

Although there have been no definitive guidelines released for the 2020-2021 school year, we are moving forward with planning.  Our goal is to have two to three plans ready to go so that when we receive guidelines, we will be ready to move forward with the appropriate plan.  The questions in the survey will provide us with information that will be helpful for our planning team.  The survey is brief and should only take a few minutes to complete.  It is important to note that the survey will only be open until 11:45PM on Tuesday, June 16.  If you have questions regarding the survey, please contact the secretary or principal at the building your child attends. Click on the article to access the survey. Thank you! More +

Final Drop-Off and Pick-Up Information

Procedures for final drop-off of student work and pick-up of student belongings will be specific to each building. Click on the article to view the instructions from each building principal.  More +

Open Enrollment

Open enrollment forms for the 2020 - 2021 school year are now available. Click on enrollment under the parents tab to access the forms. Thank you! More +

Contact Us

Matt Shelton, Principal 
Randy Closson, Assistant Principal 
200 North Fifth Street
Greenfield, Ohio 45123
Office: (937) 981-7731 
Fax: (937) 981-4792
School Hours - 7:40 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Lauren Garman, Counselor 
April Peterson, Counselor
Carrie Payton, Secretary
Libby Pitzer, Secretary
Bonnie Smith, Secretary 

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