Tuesday, January 17, 2017
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Book Fair!

Greenville Middle Academy is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair Monday, Jan. 23 - Friday, Jan. 27, until noon. It will be open daily from 8 - 3:30 daily. The book fair will be also be open Tuesday evening from 6pm - 8pm, in association with the school's Curriculum Night. A Teacher Preview Day will be held on Friday, Jan. 20 from 12 - 3pm. The book fair is a great way to purchase books for your personal library. In addition, the PTA receives a percentage of sales, which it gives to support our library. Buy books now to read during the Greenville Drive Reading All-Stars incentive, which begins Feb. 17.

Book Fair volunteers will be needed and snacks and drinks for the Teacher Preview. If you're interested in helping, please use this sign up link. Thanks and Happy Reading!

ACE AwardsThe ACE Awards, Advocates for Character and Education, are annual awards given to 8th or 12th grade "unsung heroes," who are often not recognized for thier accomplishments. One male and one female is selected from each of the 35 Greenville County middle and high schools. If you would like to nominate a Greenville County 8th or 12th grader, please complete and submit this nomination form or go online to http://coaches4character.com/ace-awards.html. All nominations must be submitted by January 17, 2017. An ACE Award Advisory Committee at each school will choose finalsists from among those nominated to complete an application for the ACE Award. All ACE award recipients will be recognized at the ACE Awards ceremony in the spring.
8th Grade Career Field Trip

All 8th grade students will visit the Harley Bonds Career Center on Wednesday, Jan. 18th. They will leave from Greenville Middle at 9am. At Bonds Career Center, students have the opportunity to pursue a technical career interest while earning high school credit. There are one and two year programs with each culminating in students earning licensing, national certification or early college credit. There are multiple courses in eleven career choices designed for students planning on earning a two year associate degree, a four year degree, or a career after graduation. 

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