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Welcome to Greenville Central School District


An International Baccalaureate World School & a
New York State "High Performing District"

Mission Statement

A place where everyone learns, everyone teaches, and everyone belongs. Spartan STRONG! Show self-control, Take action, Respond respectfully and responsibly, Offer empathy and acceptance, Never give up, Grow together

District Goals 2018-2019



Budget Vote and Election Results

Thank you to all who voted at the Annual Budget Vote and Election. The results are as follows:

School Budget Yes - 427 No - 120
Bus Proposition Yes - 437 No - 109
Property Proposition Yes - 441 No - 103
Board of Education (Two seats) David Finch - 460 S. Jay Goodman - 444
Greenville Library Yes - 473 No - 74
Rensselaerville Library Yes - 422 No - 120

Notice to Bidders

The Board of Education of the Greenville Central School District will receive separate sealed bids for:

2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR

The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive any informalities or defect in such bid.

Sealed bids will be received in the District Office of Greenville Central School until:

DATE: Monday, June 3, 2019
TIME: 10:00 a.m.

Specifications and bid forms may be obtained here or at the Business Office, Greenville Central School, 4982 SR 81, Greenville, NY 12083.

Robyn Bhend Business Official
Dated: May 14, 2019

Greenville Offers Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program

Universal Pre-K is a program that provides free pre-kindergarten classes for families who live in the Greenville school district. The UPK program is available to children who are 4 years old by December 1, 2019. All families are welcome to apply, regardless of income. UPK classes are held five half-days a week and follow the Greenville Central School District calendar. The UPK providers in our district are Little Angels Pre-school in Greenville and the Church Mouse Pre-School in Norton Hill. Transportation is not provided by the school district.

Applications are being collected, and acceptance will be via a lottery after applications are received. Acceptance is not based on family income.

Families will be notified of their acceptance as soon as possible, and acceptance will be finalized after completing the registration process with the Greenville Central School District Registrar. All enrollment offers are contingent on funding for New York State Pre-K grant.

For more information and to apply for UPK please contact Lynette Terrell, Greenville Central School Registrar at (518) 966-5070 ext. 305.

Robotics Team members Field and Shelburne selected as 100 National Dean’s List Finalist for Robotics

Greenville High School Juniors Austin Field and Rachel Shelburne, were selected as FIRST Dean’s List Finalists in Robotics. They are among 100 students from across the country invited to the World Championship April 24-27 in Detroit where 10 winners will be announced. Attendance at the Detroit event is estimated at 35,000 individuals.

Austin Field, son of Nicole and Curt Field (Freehold), along with Rachel Shelburne, daughter of Wendy Shelburne (Westerlo) were recommended and interviewed at the Red Hook FIRST Robotics Tournament in December 2018. As veteran members of Greenville’s Robotics team (SpartanBots #10475), they were instrumental in the team’s great season and advancement to the Regional Championship tournament held at PACE University. Both students were selected to be Finalists at this Championship in February 2019. Only three students from our region were selected to go to Detroit and two are from Greenville. Recipients of this award are leaders in their community and exhibit a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

Rachel Shelburne and Austin Field Robotics team members selected as 100 National Dean's List

The FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) organization was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology. Based in Manchester, NH, the 501(c)(3) not-for-profit public charity designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills. More information is available at

The FIRST Organization inspires students to become leaders and innovators. More than half-a-million youth belong on 60,000 teams who participate in FIRST programs. Both students are considering careers in STEM related fields. Austin Field is interested in majoring in mechanical engineering while Rachel Shelburne is investigating computer-aided design and film animation. Representatives from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and Yale are among some of the colleges attending the Dean’s List Award Ceremony looking to meet the next generation of STEM leaders.

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Donna Accuosti Scholarship Fund

Donna Accuosti, Assistant Superintendent of Greenville CSD, passed away on January 15. Donna was more than a respected colleague to the faculty and staff of Greenville CSD, she was a deeply caring friend. Donna modeled the respect and care we all seek to embody, constantly asking about the events and people that mattered to each person. Her laughter, genuine interest, and compassion were constantly present within her relationships. Donna’s daily presence will be missed, but her influence will remain.

Donna was passionate about her calling as a teacher and devoted herself to the work of education. She was a proud teacher to the children of Hudson City School District for over two decades, and served as a leader within the Greenville Central School District. Donna achieved the highest levels of expertise, excellent classroom practice, National Certification, and a doctorate (Ed.D.) in educational curriculum, instruction, and assessment from Northeastern University.

In honor of her numerous contributions to the lives of children and educators, the Donna Accuosti Scholarship Fund will be established in her memory. This scholarship will be presented to a graduating senior of the Greenville Central School District, selected for their profound care for others and an interest in the service of teaching.
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GCS Kindergarten Registration

Residents of the Greenville Central School District with children who are born on or before December 1, 2014 are eligible to enroll for Kindergarten.

Kindergarten registration for the 2019-20 school year is planned for the week of February 4th.

Registration will be by appointment. To schedule an appointment please call the Registrar’s office at 966-5070 ext. 305.

Parents will need to bring to registration the following information: the child’s birth certificate; immunization records; most recent physical; and three proofs of residency (examples of accepted proofs are: utility bills, homeowner’s insurance, and mortgage or lease agreement.) If you have questions regarding any of the above please contact the Registrar’s office.

Parents who have children with special needs should notify the Registrar as soon as possible so future educational programs may be planned for their child.

Registration packets, including dates and times of registration, will be mailed to families who are listed on our current census. If you do not receive a packet and you believe your child is eligible to enter Greenville Central School please contact the Registrar’s office at 966-5070 ext. 305.

Parents will receive additional information at registration about upcoming special events planned for the incoming kindergarten students.


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