"Be the turning point in teaching, leading, and learning"
GMS Weekly Announcements
October 25, 2021
It is the mission of Greenbrier Middle School to empower students to be successful, productive leaders in society. We are devoted to an engaging and rigorous curriculum, a safe and student-centered environment, and innovative teaching and learning that is built on stakeholder collaboration to educate the whole child.
GMS Theme: BE THE ONE
-October 25-29 Red Ribbon Week
-October 25th-7th Football 5:00
-November 1st-7th Football 5:00
-November 1st-PD Day (No School)
-November 8-12 ACT Aspire Interims
-November 15 Progress Reports
-November 19 PTO Reward Day
-November 22nd-26th Thanksgiving Break (No School)
-December 6-10 MOY MAP Testing
-December 20-January 3 Christmas Break
-January 4 Teacher PD Day (No Students)
-February 8 Progress Reports
-February 28-March 4th ACT Aspire Interim
-March 18 Report Cards
-April 19-22 6th Grade ACT Aspire Summative
-April 25-28 7th Grade ACT Aspire Summative
-April 25 Progress Reports
-May 9th-13th EOY MAP Testing
-May 27 Report Card
Student-Led Parent Teacher Conferences
GMS Flute Class
Greenbrier Schools Fall Festival
Dyslexia Awareness Month
Check out resources for parents on how to keep your child safe on Social Media!
Please read through our Family and Parent Engagement Informational Packet and then complete the form letting us know that you have read through the information. Also, please let us know if you would like to volunteer this school year.
Here is a Family, Character Dare:
Do you know the Love Language each member of your family prefers? Here is a great dare, which in turn, would help you know each person in your family a little better! Knowing your child's love language, might help them feel a little more connected to you as well!
Tic Toc Trend called "Devious Licks."-Parents Please Read!
With this challenge, kids are encouraged to film themselves destroying, stealing, or moving school property. The challenge communicated that nothing is off-limits, including teachers' items, bathroom fixtures, furniture, and more.
We encourage families to share with students the real consequences involved in taking things or defacing school property. We want to also encourage families to discuss this from the character standpoint and doing the right thing.
We are blessed with incredible facilities for our school community and the best resources for teaching and learning. Thank you for discussing the dangers of social media, including challenges such as this, at home. We appreciate your support!
Helping Your Child with Reading!
Greenbrier School District-American Rescue Plan Act
ALL STUDENTS EAT FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH AGAIN IN 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR!
WE ARE #GREENBRIERPROUD THAT OUR FAMILIES HAVE THIS RESOURCE AVAILABLE!
WE STILL REQUEST OUR FAMILIES TO COMPLETE THE FREE/REDUCED LUNCH APPLICATION FORM BECAUSE OF THE POSSIBLE FUTURE IMPACT IT WILL HAVE ON OUR TITLE I STATUS AND FUNDING FOR STUDENT RESOURCES.
FORMS CAN BE FOUND ONLINE AT THE LINK BELOW AND WILL ALSO BE DISTRIBUTED SOON. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!
Check out our new 2021 GMS T-shirts and Window Decal 😍 Use QR code to order today!
GMS Point of Contact Information
Reminder for Quarantined Students:
Google Meet for Quarantined Students
Google Meet Expectations:
*Be on time to class and you must stay logged on the entire session.
*Keep your camera on and muted until teacher directs otherwise.
*Engagement is required, participate by answering questions, etc.
*Wear appropriate clothes.
*You must identify yourself with your full name when entering a Google Meet Session.
*Choose a quiet place in your house that is away from distractions. Students should be focused on the lesson and not participating in other activities at the same time.
*You must log in using your school gmail account. Profile pictures should include your face.
School appropriate backgrounds.
- To help things flow as quickly as possible at our car rider line, we ask that you let your child know which line you will be using so that they can be standing on that side of the pick up line. This will especially be important in bad weather when students will not be able to be standing outside.
- Drop off begins at 7:30 a.m. and pick up will begin at 3:20 p.m. Please remember to pull up as close as possible to the car in front of you. This allows us to load several students at one time.
- Tardy Bell rings at 7:50 when instruction begins for the day.
- We encourage you to still come eat lunch with your child. However, this year you will have to eat at one of the outside seating areas. Parents will not be able to enter the cafeteria due to safety guidelines.
Drop Off and Pick Up Routes for Middle School and Jr. High
Greenbrier Middle School
Principal, Sarah Jerry email@example.com
Asst. Principal, Rachel Atkinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary, Susan Bradley email@example.com
Nurse, Dollie Greene firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor, Tami Buchanan email@example.com