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Press Release June 29, 2017: Athletic Handbook and Code of Conduct Hearing

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Greenville Central School District will be holding a public hearing immediately following the Organizational meeting which begins at 6:00pm on July 10, 2017 in the MS/HS Library Media Center for the purpose of discussion of proposed revisions and updates to the Athletic Handbook and Code of Conduct for the 2017-2018 school year.

To view the Athletic Handbook, click here

To view the Code of Conduct, click here

Daphane Pearson, District Clerk

Surplus Vans

At the June 12th BOE meeting, two vans were approved for surplus. To view the bid packet, click here

Congratulations to the GCS Varsity Softball Team on winning the Regional Semi-final game 7-0

varsity softball champions

Fantastic job ladies on your win against St. Lawrence on Saturday June 3rd!

Prom Court 2017

Prom Court 2017
King/Queen Cole Ackerman Victoria Rauf
Prince/Princess Peyton Russell Danielle Misuraca
Duke/Dutchess Cameron Baitsholts Alyssa Latta
Lord/Lady Nick Bucci Lacie Hotaling
Baron/Baroness Milton Edmonds Elise DuBois

The coronation ceremony was held on May 20th in the High School Auditorium followed by dinner and dancing at Sixty State Place in Albany. View pictures

Budget Vote Results

Annual Vote & Election Results
Proposed 2017-2018 Budget YES: 507 NO: 134
Board of Education Seats Duncan Macpherson 496 Michael McAneny 541
Bus Proposition YES: 518 NO: 122
Capital Project 2017 YES: 505 NO: 137
Rensselaerville Library YES: 477 NO: 160
Thank you!

Water Testing

Update 12/19/16: Click here

Update 11/30/16: Click here

The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority. The school district began testing its drinking water outlets, such as fountains and sinks, in May of 2016. The tests were performed to determine whether excess amounts of lead could be present in drinking water. Water received from municipal water sources is tested on a regular basis for contaminants such as lead, but testing individual fixtures in buildings has shown that lead from piping, solder, or fixtures can leach into the water in small amounts after it has entered the building, and before it is used for consumption.

The school district continues to test potential drinking water sources, but we would like to share the results that we have received thus far. Of the 65 results we have received from the laboratory so far, three outlets were above the New York State Department of Health’s threshold of 15 parts per billion of lead in water.

Greenville High School: 1. Kitchen Sink, Cold
  2. Kitchen Sink, Hot
  3. Home and Careers Sink
MS/HS Water Test Results [updated 10/27/16]
Elementary School Water Test Results

All of the above fixtures have been taken out of service and have been replaced. Follow-up samples have been scheduled, and these fixtures will NOT be put back into service until the new sample results show levels at or below the action level of 15 parts per billion. Please be assured that all of the high-priority sources being used at our schools are below the state threshold for lead.

We will continue to work with our Safety and Health consultant, Needham Risk Management Resource Group, LLC, and the Greene County Department of Health as the District receives the remaining sample results. The District will post these laboratory results on our website within the next several weeks.

For more information on lead in water please refer to the link below at the New York State Department of Health.

Congratulations to the 2017 NJHS members inducted on February 28th.

Sydney Ahrberg, Katriana Corbett, Evan Cotter, Daisy Dudley, Aurora Gandolfo, Emma Haller
Mackenzie Heath, Angelina Hill, Kaila Mahne, Celina Miller, John(Jack) Motta, Emma Schatzel
Taryn Silk, Garrett Smith, Madeleine Stewart, Kyle Thompson, Troy Wank, Marissa Wilbur

Thank you from the HS Student Council

Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Toy & PJ Drive. Everyone has been so generous. We had a total of 25 Families, which included 48 children; 33 girls and 15 boys. These children will ALL be receiving pjs and toys. Some will also be receiving clothing from their shoppers. In addition, we have a large box of extra toys donated from everyone. The gifts will be delivered to the Greenville Food Pantry this afternoon. I can’t tell you how much this means to the Families. On their behalf and the HS Student Council, “Thank you so much”!!

Happy Veterans Day!

The Middle/High School Student Council clubs hosted a breakfast to honor Veterans and Blue Star Mothers. Thank you to all who attended and supported this wonderful event!

Veterans Day

Board Meeting Update 9/13/16

Please review the attached update from Tammy J. Sutherland, Superintendent on the revised 2016-2017 School Calendar, 16/17 District Goals, Opening Day and Champion of Choices. See more

Marc Mero Presentation

On Monday September 19, Marc Mero, CHAMPION OF CHOICES, Time is Now Tour came to Greenville. Mero is a former WWE Wrestling Champion and Author of “How to be the Happiest Person on the Planet.” He reached the pinnacle of sports-entertainment success, and then lost it all, but in the process discovered what’s most important in life.” He now dedicates his life to sharing his story to students encouraging them to make positive choices.

Mero shared personal stories of tragedy and triumph, defeat and victory, inspiration and hope with our Middle and High school students as well as with parents who attended the community night through an interactive, multimedia presentation supported by visuals, video and music. Students both laughed and cried as he shared his experiences and the negative effects of bad choices. He empowered students to Dream Bigger than they have ever dreamed before, to examine their own life and what choices they are making. To write down their dreams and goals and keep them in sight so they are always reminded.

A Marc Mero DVD has been donated to the Greenville Public Library. If you missed the presentation or would like to see it again, please visit the public library.

CHAMPION OF CHOICES empowering students to make positive choicesChampion of Choices comes to Greenville

Former WWE Wrestling Champion, Mark Mero, has an extraordinary ability to connect with young people, not because of his former wrestling career but because of his personal story of overcoming insurmountable obstacles throughout his life to achieve success. Mark Mero's enthusiasm is contagious as he empowers people of all ages and walks of life to make positive choices and achieve their goals.

To read more about this FREE event, please see the attached flyer

Welcome Back Letter to Families

Dear Families: It is hard to believe that soon we will begin the transition from summer to the 2016/2017 school year. Welcome to our incoming kindergarteners and new students and welcome back to our returning students. A new school year is always an exciting time, a new beginning with new teachers, classmates, clothes and supplies. Each school year is filled with hope, excitement and commitment. The 2016/2017 school year promises to be a year of great ambition and promise that will require collaboration and focus. Greenville Central School has a dedicated caring faculty, administrative team and support staff who are committed to excellence. While we are proud of what we can offer our students, we strive towards continuous improvements in providing the best educational experience and making a difference for our students. Read more

Summer Meals Assistance

To find a nearby site call 1-866-348-6479, online at www.fns/ or text FOOD to 877-877 (operated by a USDA Partner). Families will receive assistance to find the location, meal times, and contact information for summer meals based on their full address, city and/or zip code. The summer meals finder is located at This website is easy for families to use as they can access summer meal locations by entering their zip code. No paperwork is necessary. Must be 18 years old or younger.

Congratulations to the Class of 2016

Class picture Graduation Hero Video

Graduation was held on Saturday, June 25th in the MS/HS Auditorium. It was a beautiful day where family, friends and faculty gathered to watch the Class of 2016 receive their diplomas. The audience enjoyed guest speaker Michael Benedict (a retired GCS music teacher) and moving messages from Valedictorian Jacob Gorneau and Salutatorian Sean McAneny.

Congratulations to the Class of 2016! We are so very proud of you all!

Todd Hilgendorff asked each senior "What characteristics describe a hero?", "Who is your hero?" and "What will you do to become a hero to someone else?" Click above to view the 19 minute video.

Valedictorian, Jacob Gorneau  The Greenville Central School Faculty and Administration is proud to name Jacob Gorneau as Valedictorian for the class of 2016. Jacob is the son of Arthur and Deanna Gorneau of Freehold. He received his New York State Advanced Regents diploma with Honors on June 25th , having earned a weighted average of 101.72. Jacob has consistently challenged himself and has chosen a course load of honors, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Columbia-Greene Community College courses, excelling in all of them.  He is president of the National Honor Society, Student Council, and 2016 Class President. He is a dedicated member of the Interact Club, the Greenville Educational Foundation, and the Quality Education Committee.  He is also a talented athlete and has been a member of the Boys’ Varsity Track and Cross Country teams and was captain of the Boys’ Volleyball team. Jacob will be attending Cornell University where he will study entomology.


Salutatorian, Sean McAneny  The Greenville Central School District is proud to name Sean McAneny as Salutatorian for the class of 2016. Sean is the son of Daniel and Diane McAneny of Greenville.  He  received his New York State Advanced Regents diploma with honors on June 25th, having earned a weighted average of 100.52.  Sean has consistently challenged himself and has chosen a course load of honors, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Columbia-Greene Community College courses and excelling in all of them.  He has also proven to be a strong student-athlete, leading the pack on the Varsity Boys Track Team and Varsity Cross Country. Sean will be attending SUNY Geneseo where he will study economics.


Notice to Bidders: Surplus Items

The Board of Education of the Greenville Central School District will receive separate sealed bids for Surplus Items. 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 Business Office of Greenville Central School until Monday, August 29, 2016 @ 10:00 am.

Specifications and bid forms may be obtained on the District's website or at the Business Office, Greenville Central School, 4982 SR 81, Greenville, NY 12083.

Note: Designated times to review surplus items - Monday, August 22, 2016 from 9 am to 12 pm and Wednesday, August 24, 2016 from 1 pm to 4 pm. Contact Richard Outtrim, Director of of Facilities III @ (518) 966-5070 ext. 462 to make arrangements to meet on site.

Greenville Athletic Association Seventh Annual Golf Tournament

On Sunday, August 28th, the 4-Person Scramble Golf Tournament begins at 1:00 pm (rain or shine). The cost is $80.00 per person and includes greens fee, cart, lunch, BBQ dinner donation and prizes. This fundraiser supports the Greenville High School Athletic Program. Register by August 16th using this Registration Form

Camp Invention - a memorable week!

Camp Imvention pictures

NYS Smart Schools Bond Act

Smart Schools

NYS Smart Schools Investment Plan

To view, click on the title above. If you have any questions or comments about the presentation, please email

Camp Invention Flyer first page
For program details, click on the image above

GCS to Host Camp Invention - July 18 to 22

The Camp Invention program is a weeklong, nationally-acclaimed summer science and creativity day experience for children entering grades one through six. This is a unique opportunity to help cultivate the ideas critical to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) by encouraging exploration and curiosity through exciting, hands-on activities. Helping to instill the understanding that science is everywhere, this inquiry-based approach fosters "whole systems" thinkers. This summer, at the Camp Invention program, children will learn how to think like inventors, problem-solve, collaborate, and create - all while having tons of FUN! Highlights of this summer's program, called Epic, can be found at

For more information please contact Camp Director Brian Hostash at