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Over 85 Seventh Grade Students in Greenville, NY Will Bake Bread to Feed the Hungry in November

Now in its 27th year, King Arthur Flour’s Bake for Good: Kids Learn Bake Share Program encourages kids to give back to their community through baking nutritious bread from scratch. On November 5th, 2018 the program will visit the Greenville Central Middle School, where over 85 7th grade students will join the other 300,000 kids who have already participated in the 50-minute demonstration. The bread collected will go to Hopes Mission in Greene County NY and the Ronald McDonald House in Albany, NY.

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

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:

DATE: Tuesday, October 30, 2018
TIME: 10:00 AM

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

Note: Designated times to review surplus items – Tuesday, October 23rd from 9:00am to 12:00pm and Thursday, October 25th from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Contact Richard Outtrim, Director of Facilities III @ (518)966-5070 ext. 462 to make arrangements to meet on site.

Robyn Bhend
Business Official

GCSD Evacuation Drill Notification

Greenville Central School District is committed to ensuring the safety and health of our students and employees. On the morning of October 24, 2018, our district will conduct an evacuation drill between 8:30am and 11:00am. Please note these times should you need to schedule appointments for that day.

All students and employees will evacuate the school grounds and move to an offsite location close to our school campus. The purpose of this drill is to prepare and assess our ability to move students from our campus to an off-site location should there be an emergency which requires evacuation for safety reasons. Students will receive information and be supervised by faculty and staff at all times.

If there is inclement weather, the drill will be rescheduled and parents will be notified of the new date via School Messenger.

If you have any questions, please contact your child’s principal, Robyn Bhend, Business Official or Tammy J. Sutherland, Superintendent of Schools.

Erin DuBois, Interim Elementary School Principal, 518-966-5070 Ext. 301
Brian Reeve, Middle School Principal, 518-966-5070 Ext. 451
Matthew Ward, High School Principal, 518-966-5070 Ext, 401
Robyn Bhend, Business Official, 518-966-5070 Ext. 511
Tammy J. Sutherland, Superintendent of Schools, 518-966-5070, Ext. 501

Run for Readers

Thank you to our Run for Readers sponsors! The Color Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, September 29th at 9:00am at the Scott M. Ellis Elementary School.

GNH Lumber
Walenta & Co Agency
Napa
Grapeville Agency
Rotary
National Bank of Coxsackie
Greenville Saw
Harold Finkle Jeweler
Moosehead Log Homes

District Releases Tax Bill Information

August 31, 2018

The Greenville Central School District’s Tax Bills, will be sent out this year within the first two weeks of September. This is due to a delay with our vendor which has impacted numerous school districts in the area. As a result the due date to pay your taxes prior to a penalty will be extended until October 12.

To view the corrected School Tax Collectors Notice click here

Legal Notice: Veteran's Exemption Hearing

Legal Notice is hereby given that the Greenville Central School District will hold a public hearing on Monday, October 15, 2018 at 6:30pm in the MS/HS Library Media Center to hear all interested parties and citizens regarding the Veterans Exemption.

Daphane Pearson
District Clerk

Official opening of the MS/HS Library Media Center

On September 20th, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held to officially celebrate the opening of the MS/HS Library Ribbon Cutting pic 1Media Center. It has been a long process that began with the “NYS Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014” which was approved by the voters statewide on November 4 of that year. Under the Bond Act there was a specific list of approvable expenditures and the District was allocated just over one million dollars.

How was the scope of work determined? Projects were identified in our Instructional Technology Plan and Building Condition Survey as well as input from the District Planning Committee, Technology Committee and through conversations with our stakeholders: Educators, Parents, and Students.

From there, a draft plan was approved by the Board of Education in June of 2016 followed by a public hearing in July. Final plans were approved by the Board of Education in August, and upon final review by the architects, the plans were submitted to the NY State Education Department for approval in September of 2016.

The following year (July 2017), plans were finally approved by the NY State Education Department. By this point, we had lost the summer of 2017 to complete the work, which is why it was completed this summer.

A brief overview of the project:

    • Upgraded the power in our server room
    • Network closet upgrades
    • Additional wireless access points at Ellis
    • Purchased learning technology and equipment that included interactive whiteboards, projectors and displays as well as specialized equipment for music, science and agriculture.
    • Installed security features in school buildings and the campus to include video surveillance.

The renovations included:

    • The construction of a new Choral Room and Classroom suite for the Whole Student Learning Center which is located in the former MS/HS Media Center
    • Constructed a new MS/HS Library Media Center which was the former MS cafeteria and then music room
    • Still to be completed: removal of modular which is where the Whole Student Learning Center was located and punch list items in each of the areas.

Ribbon Cutting 2While there are many people to thank, a special thank you to Scott Gardiner, Director of Technology, Rich Outtrim, Facilities Director and Robyn Bhend, Business Official who with me, met with stakeholder groups to develop the scope of the project and were part of the team that met weekly with our Construction Manager, Architect and Contractors to keep the project moving.

Thank you to Todd Hilgendorf who was instrumental in meeting with stakeholders to determine the furniture in each learning space.

Thank you to Jackie Murray, Project Superintendent from Turner Construction Company, who oversaw the project

And finally, thank you to Andy Murphy, Jon Meredith, Adrian Catucci and Nancy Lockwood who have been busy since the start of the school year moving into their new areas.

Tammy J. Sutherland
Superintendent of Schools

Notification to Kindergarten Parents/Guardians - Schedule change

Due to recent changes in NYS Education Department policy, we are able to make some scheduling adjustments for the opening week of school. We appreciate everyone’s understanding as we create a welcome that will benefit our incoming kindergarten students.

      • Tuesday, September 4 - Kindergarten Open House
      • Wednesday, September 5 - Kindergarten Students Dismiss Early at 11:30 (grades 1-12 will dismiss at regular time)
      • Thursday, September 6 - Full Day for Kindergarten Students (dismissal at 2:25)
      • Friday, September 7 - Full Day for Kindergarten Students (dismissal at 2:25)

Notice to Bidders

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed proposals in duplicate are sought and requested by the Board of Education, Greenville Central School District (hereinafter called "Owner"), for the construction of Elementary, Middle and High School renovations and Athletic Field Improvements. Work includes general construction and MEP. Additionally project includes new construction of restroom building, athletic storage building, and receiving building. Site work includes new soccer field and track, new baseball and softball fields, new tennis coudts and new paved parking areas. Read more