Monday, October 23

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Back to School 2015

Teacher Home Visits 7/25 Open House 7/28 All elementary schools will be holding a Back to School Night on Monday, July 28, 2015 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Parents will have the opportunity to meet your child’s teacher as well tour the school.  Any questions concerning Back To School Night please contact the school. First Student Day 7/30

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Teacher Visits 2015

GCCS staff members from our elementary, middle, and high schools will be making quick visits on Saturday, July 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m to our incoming kindergarten, 6th grade, and 9th grade families. They will introduce themselves, share how excited they are to have our students attending their respective schools, and provide some information on the school district …

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Preschool Application Information

Greater Clark County Schools is pleased to announce that there will be a preschool class in every elementary building for the 2015-16 school year.  Each preschool will have a morning session and an afternoon session, five (5) days a week for 2½ hours per day.  Each session will have approximately 16 students and be taught by a certified teacher. The …

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Speak Up Survey

Survey Open Until December 19, 2014 Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning 21st century education and technology. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers. This survey can be taken by students, parents, educators, and community …

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Student Health Clinics

Clark Memorial Hospital and Clark Physician Group, LLC, are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Greater Clark County Schools to provide limited health care services performed by a Nurse Practitioner to the students enrolled in the school system. A Nurse Practitioner will be available when school is in session at Jeffersonville (appointments scheduled 7:40-2:00) and Charlestown High Schools (appointments …

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November Wildcat Journal

Ways To Help Your Children Succeed In School Parent involvement and support is critical to the success of each child and school. Higher grades, long -term academic achievement and more efficient schools are the result of parents who actively participate in their children’s education. Listed are several tips parents may find useful:  Make learning a priority! Have your children …

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Pedometer Challenge

We have completed the 1st of 3 pedometer challenges. Returning them is very important because they are being shared throughout the corporation. Spring Hill’s return rate was very poor. Please return them to the office this week.. The classes that returned the pedometers and won CHOICE in PE:  Riley 68%, Ebling 55% Williams 47% -Ms. Larson 

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