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Greeneview High School News

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Kindergarten Survey Results
Winter Weather Decisions
Community Partners Offer Holiday Assistance to Students
School Messenger Updates
Securly for High School Parents

Coming October 31st for High School Parents.  

Our district uses Securly to keep students safe on their school-issued devices. As part of the solution, we are enabling access for parents to the free SecurlyHOME app...

Columbus Blue Jackets Student Achievers Program
Greeneview Announces New Electronic Forms Submission
Technology Department Announces 1-to-1 Program for GHS

The Technology Department at Greeneview Local School District believes technology is a resource that enhances the teaching and learning experience by empowering students and teachers.

It is the vision of the department to create an environment where students, teachers and staff members have safe, secure, and reliable access to technology that fosters creativity, critical-thinking and higher learning.

Creation of Greeneview Bridge Academy
Kasner Named GHS Principal
Transportation Update and OPT-IN Form
Senior Parking Space Painting
Prom Preview '18 Pictures Now Available for Download
PayForIt changes name, Not Services
Greeneview Rocket Boys Qualify for Nationals! rocketboys
Greeneview Announces New Programming
Like Coffee? coffee order
Greeneview Rocket Boys Set Eyes on National Prize rocketboys
Disney's High School Musical Comes to Town
School Safety Update
New Board of Education Facility Opens
Scentsy Fundraiser
School Calendar Updates
District is Accepting Applications for Treasurer
Freshman Wins Aviation Scholarship
Notice to Bidders: Athletic Track Repairs and Re-Sealing Project
GHS Grad Earns FFA American Degree AmericanDegree
Annual Veteran's Day Breakfast vet day
Fall Play - Crazy Town
GHS Earns "Green Business Certification" Green
School Lunch Charge Notice
Active Intruder Drill October 17, 2017
GHS Students Set Regional Priorities Youth Summit
Powder Puff Apparel Now For Sale Powder Puff
Leading Age Social Commitment Award Leading Age Award Recipients
2017 Food Service Information
GHS Students Participate in Youth Mentoring Program
District's Planned Response to Solar Eclipse
August Back to School News

News and Notes for August 2017

Prom Preview 2017 Pictures Copyright Release
Transportation and School Times Change for 2017-2018

Letters were sent home to all families to discuss the changes for the 2017-2018 school year. Additional information and surveys are available on this page. 

Music Revue
Car Seat and Booster Seat Awareness Campaign Jamestown PD Officer greets student during Student Drop Off

We care for all kids like they are our own! Child safety is our responsibility and many injuries and deaths are preventable!

Color Blaze 5K Race Announced Color Blaze 5K picture
AVI Spring Newsletter
KIDS Visits New Makerspace in Xenia Students in Makerspace with equipment
Bed Bug Announcement
Feedback Opportunities for Education Changes Every Students Succeeds Act photo
Active Intruder Drill Planned for March 7
GHS Senior Serves Community, Earns Eagle Scout Eagle Scout
Band Students Selected for Tri State Honor Band
GHS Wears Orange, Supports West-Liberty Salem GHS wears orange
Chamber of Commerce Santa's Helpers
Turkey Bowl Food Drive Turkey Bowl Food Drive
District Newsletter

Greeneview Local Schools sent a newsletter to all district residents in July, 2016.

7th & 12th Grade Meningococcal Vaccines Required

Please make sure you know which vaccines your child needs before they return to school this fall. Please send updated vaccination records to school with your child this fall so we can update our records.

GHS Volleyball Team Volunteers at Special Olympics
Science Students Race Cardboard Canoes
Valedictorians and Salutatorian Honored

Greeneview Local Schools is proud to present the 2016 Valedictorians and Salutatorian. These students have exhibited academic and athletic success and have represented  Greeneview Schools with class and character. They have committed to serving and leading in our community and their presence will be missed in the High School in the future. Congratulations, Kristen Combs, Emily Rinehart, and Evan Rinehart!

2016-2017 DRAFT Calendar Proposals

The Greeneview Board of Education will vote on the 2016-2017 School Calendar at the February 18, 2016 meeting. These two calendars are options presented by the District and by the Teacher's Union. If you have any feedback, please email feedback@greeneview.org or you can attend the meeting on Thursday to address the Board during public input.


The District proposed the Traditional Calendar and attempted to line up Christmas Break and Spring Break with as many of the other area schools as possible.
You will see that in both calendar proposals that we added WOEA Day and Professional Development days back into the calendar.


The GEA Calendar Committee requested an alternative calendar option that would adjust spring break. The concern of the traditional spring break is that it falls in the middle of the State testing windows. For many staff members and students in our district, those tests are essential for graduation, grade promotion, and teacher evaluations. The committee’s perspective was that it didn’t make educational sense to have a long break in the middle of that window and lose out on valuable instruction and review time prior to the tests. We did attempt to spread out the long weekends in order to break up the spring and to offer families several weekends to take long weekend getaways.


Again, please offer your feedback at feedback@greeneview.org or attend the meeting on Thursday night.


Traditional Calendar Option (.pdf)

Alternative Calendar Option (.pdf)

Welcome to our new Site

Welcome to the new Greeneview Local Schools Website. 

Continue to keep checking back as we will be adding new information. 

Spirit Gear Available Until November 17
Greeneview Presents The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet seussification
Donkey Basketball Comes to Jamestown
Service Club Students Assist Therapeutic Riding Center Spirithorse
MS / HS Social Media Parent Meeting
GHS Cancer Walk Raises $2,500 Cancer Walk
Community Invited to Disc Golf Course Kick-Off Event - Free Food, Discs, & Prizes
Buy Velata, Support the Academic Boosters

The Greeneview Academic Boosters are holding a fundraiser from February 18 – March 11, 2016 featuring Velata products. Velata is a line of simple, stylish, and social products created to help families turn minutes into precious moments. Its unique kitchen systems make it fun and easy to enjoy the world’s best culinary traditions, and their variety of delicious foods offer convenience and simplicity to share with family and friends.


All proceeds will benefit the Greeneview Academics Boosters who finance our academic awards programs. This is a great opportunity to purchase cheesecake or other great items in time for Easter.


Order online at https://marciacoates.Velata.us?partyId=304425737     


Online orders will be direct shipped to you in 8-10 business days.


Make sure to CLICK on Greeneview Academic Boosters (GAB) during the check out process. This ensures GAB receives credit for the sale.


Online ordering is now open and will remain open until March 11, 2016.




If you have any questions feel free to contact Phil Coates at 937-657-0334 or phil@thecoatesfamily.net


Help support the Academic Boosters and order today!


Thank you for your support! 


Go Rams!

2016 Homecoming King and Queen homecoming
Craft Fair Saturday, May 14
Mobile Dentist to Serve Students in School
HS Students Invited to a Career Advantage Presentation
Eat Chipotle, Support Academic Boosters Chipotle
Buy Scentsy, Support Music Program

April 7, 2016 - April 19, 2016 the Music Boosters will once again hold a Scentsy Fund Raiser.


Scentsy makes great gifts and has price points for any budget.  Scentsy products start as low a $3 and top out at $130. There is also an excellent closeout section available on the website. Scentsy’s electronics have a lifetime warranty. If a warmer quits working, Scentsy will replace it. How great is that?


There are 2 ways to order.


  1. Order from any Greeneview Music Student (grades 5-12).
  2. Order on- line at https://marciacoates.scentsy.us Your order will be direct shipped to you in 8-10 business days .  Make sure to click on Greeneview Music Boosters (GMB) during the check out process. This ensures GMB receives credit for the sale.
2017 Yearbooks Now On Sale
NEW Electronic Newsletter Sign-Up
Halloween Bowling Tournament to Benefit Music Program Halloween Bowling Tournament
Thanksgiving Meal Assistance

Each year, our community comes together to provide Thanksgiving meals to families in our community. This year, Greeneview Schools is proud to spearhead the efforts with the support of the Chamber of Commerce and several area churches.

Powder Puff Apparel Now Available! Powder Puff Apparel
Students Support Classmates with Juvenile Diabetes JDRF
Greeneview and Cedarville Students Partner to Benefit Local Family

The Jamestown and Cedarville communities rallied together to help raise money for a 20-month-old Charlotte Caraway, who has connections to both schools. Father Matt is a Greeneview grad, while mother Stephanie is a Cedarville grad. 

Charlotte Caraway is a 20-month-old who has a form of kidney cancer.

Standards and Test Talk for Parents

Buckeye Association of School Administrators (BASA) has begun creating resources to help parents and students stay up to date on State Tests and Learning Standards.  New Resource: Test Talk for Parents

Students Paint Parking Lot Numbers Parking Lot
District Report Card Response

The Xenia Gazette ran an article on September 21, 2016 highlighting our response to the release of the 2015 State Report Card. The article can be read here.


We have responded with more specificity below. 


Academic Boosters Calendar on Sale Now
2016-2017 School Calendar Information

The Greeneview Board of Education has approved the 2016-2017 School Calendar.


  • The school year will begin on August 31st due to a construction project this summer at Greeneview Elementary.
    • The Elementary will be closed to the public this summer beginning June 12th.


  • The typical Friday late starts have been moved to Mondays to accomodate the Kindergarten schedule.


  • Christmas break will begin on December 23rd. Students and staff will be released 2 hours early on December 22nd.


  • Spring Break will be a full week long and it will be the last week of March.


  • A waiver day for Parent Teacher Conferences will be given on April 14th, which is also Good Friday.


  • The last day for students will be Friday, June 2nd. Students will have a 2 hour early release on the 2nd.


  • Graduation will be held at Cedarville University on Friday, June 2, 2017.


Click here for a .pdf copy of the calendar.

Cheerleading Squad Qualifies for National Competition
New Ohio Immunization Requirements

A note has been sent home to update parents on Ohio Department of Health immunization changes and requirements for the 2016-2017 school year. These changes involve upcoming 7th grade and 12th grade students.  We would like to encourage you to schedule appointments soon, especially if your child is a Junior because they need two doses before next school year. Dosages must be given 8 weeks apart. Parents of 6th and 11th grade students must act quickly and we are also notifying 10th grade to help prepare for the following year.

GHS Grads Visit Elementary School
Initial State Report Card Reaction
Teachers Honored by GHS Vals / Sal
2016 Prom King and Queen
2016 Prom Prince and Princess
GHS Junior Performs at Schuster Center
GHS National Honor Society Picks Up Litter Along Bike Path
High School Students Write, Illustrate, and Read Storybooks to Elementary Students
GHS Winter Newsletter Published
English Students "Build a Fire" in Simulated Sub-Zero Temperatures
Annual Dodgeball Tournament Dodge Ball Tournament Champion
GHS Juniors Receive Scholarship / College Credit for Leadership
December 2015 Students of the Month
Nutter Center Commencement Information
October / November Students of the Month
GHS Students Perform Shrek the Musical
FFA Students Earn State and American Degrees
Students Video Conference with Nursing Home Residents
Senior Published in Literary Journal

Congratulations to Senior Matt Preen on the publication of his flash fiction piece titled "Disappointment." The story examines the emotions and memories associated with a relationship that has reached its conclusion. Matt's story was chosen out of many submissions to be published this Spring in The Spectrum, a local literary journal organized by Yellow Springs High School. Way to write, Matt!

Students Earn All-Expense Paid Scholarships
NHS Inducts New Members; Completes Over 810 Hours of Service
GHS Career Center Students Excel in Skills USA Regional Competition
January / February Students of the Month
Music Students Raise Money / Awareness for JDRF
GHS Excels on Report Card Despite New Assessments
Inaugural GHS Robotics Team Wins Innovation Award


Congratulations to the Greeneview Robotics Team for competing at the Van Wert Regional FTC tournament this weekend.  In just their first competition and year of existence, the team earned 2nd place out of 25 teams for Innovation with their unique tri-wheel design.