Currently, Greenville County Schools is seeking candidates who are interested in teaching math, science, French, or Spanish to middle or high school students. For consideration of the Greenville Alternative Teacher Education (GATE) program, candidates must have a bachelor's degree or higher with a major or emphasis in the teaching area of interest.
The GATE program is a three-year district-based, job-embedded, alternative certification program and is the first of its kind in South Carolina. GATE provides authentic teaching experiences with supportive mentoring and coaching. Applications will be accepted beginning Tuesday, January 8. Visit the GCS website to learn more about the GATE program. Questions should be directed to Dr. Debra Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org, 355-3895. Learn more about GATE!
Spirit Week 2019 was amazing! Thank you to each student, parent, teacher, staff member, and community member who helped make this week such a success. We are proud to donate over $110,000 to A Child's Haven!
A randomly selected group of our 12th-graders will represent thousands of others across the country on Thursday, January 21, 2019. Known as The Nation's Report Card, NAEP is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what students in the United States know and can do in a variety of subjects. Learn more at http://1.usa.gov/1jVs1Wt.
Attention rising juniors and seniors - If you love working with children or if you are considering becoming a teacher, it is time to apply for the Teacher Cadet Class. This AP course gives you the opportunity to learn about becoming a teacher and to work in the community with an educator of your choice. You will receive 3 hours of college credit, and you will have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. It's not HARD work, it's HEART work! See Mrs. Turner (B-131) for an application - or appy on-line.
School Counselors will be meeting with Sophomores starting the week of January 22nd and go through mid February. Students will be given a letter prior to their meeting stating the date & time. Parents are welcome to attend! Students are encouraged to complete Naviance tasks listed on the letter before meeting with their Counselor. IGP's will be reviewed and registration for next year will take place.
Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of others, mentoring younger students, or getting involved in your community? If so, then Service Learning may be the perfect class for you! Service Learning is a unique opportunity open to rising juniors and seniors that takes place outside of the traditional classroom setting to help meet actual community needs. If you would like more information or want an application, please stop by to see Mrs. Keeler in D115.
Due to lack of availability starting Fall 2019, we will no longer be able to accept sophomore student drivers - no sophomore parking spots will be sold next year. Parents, please plan accordingly.