GES/GJSHS Weekly Newsletter
Week of November 2-November 6
It was election week at Greenville Elementary School! Fifth and sixth grade students were able to run for ASB office. Candidates made posters and recorded speeches which were viewed through Canvas. All students were then able to vote--electronic and paper ballots were available! It was really fun to see them learn more about the election process. We definitely have a great group of leaders!
At GJSHS, our first quarter report cards are available on the parent portal for viewing. We will also be mailing out copies. Considering we spent the first quarter with distance learning, we have a group of students who are off to an amazing start. Mr. Brown met with most of them on Wednesday to celebrate their success. We are in the process of planning a more formal celebration to take place next week.
Next week, we will begin having meal distribution again by bus. This will allow our PM students to receive their breakfast and lunch prior to arriving at school. Please see the schedule below for times.
With the changes in temperature, please be reminded that we do not have before or after school supervision. Students should not arrive more than 10 minutes prior to the beginning of their cohort and should be picked up immediately after dismissal. Bell schedules for each school are provided below. We appreciate your cooperation with this.
Have a great weekend!
- President--Brodie Kingdon
- Vice President--Bailey Johnson
- Treasurer--Kenley Neer
- Secretary--Destiny Hilpert
Thank you to all of our students who ran for office. We are proud of all of you!
October Students of the Month
GES Bell Schedule
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October Students of the Month
George Fellos IV
George Fellows IV has shown diligence and initiative in the accomplishing of his school work during this tumultuous season of school. If he doesn't know how to do something, he asks. He follows through with getting simple tasks done, not leaving them to the forgotten stage. Finally, he hasn't chosen to take the easy way out through excuses but has done what needed doing. Good job, George!
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Sam Bell is a very dedicated GHS student! He comes to our special PUSD zoom band classes each week and is making fabulous progress on his tenor saxophone. Sam is also playing in the Plumas County Saxophone Quartet, which will be recording some Christmas music in the Townhall Theater in Quincy later this month. You will have the opportunity to hear them play on a digital broadcast over the holidays!
George Fellos IV
GJSHS Bell Schedule
Counselor's Message- Mr. Scott
Mr. Scott- Counselor at Greenville High School
Telephone: (530) 258-2126 ext. 1412
Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM via Zoom
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/6701247363
If you have any questions or concerns regarding scheduling, college applications, financial aid or scholarships please contact me. I’m available via zoom at the times listed above or by appointment. Please also utilize email to contact me. I will respond as soon as possible.
Please also check for additional information on scholarships, financial aid, graduation and college requirements in the link to the counselor's corner below.
The Office of Admissions is pleased to announce an opportunity for local high school students to participate in the High School Scholars program for the spring 2021 semester. The High School Scholars program is an excellent opportunity for eligible students to take up to two CSU, Chico courses for just $110*. Students that are new to the program must attend one of the following mandatory virtual orientations:
For student eligibility requirements and additional information, please visit: http://www.csuchico.edu/admissions/resources/high-school-scholars.shtml.
Please use our High School Scholars flyer to spread the word to your students.
If you have any additional questions please contact Sarah Wood at email@example.com or 530-898-4115.
Plumas Performing Arts
Plumas Performing Arts has started a mini grant program for Plumas County residents that could be helpful for your students. Grants are for up to $200 and may be used for supplies, Zoom tech needs, lessons, AP performing arts exams, instrument supplies etc.
Students will need to fill these out for themselves and attach documentation for what the money would be used for. The application link is on our website:
The grants are open to adult performing artists as well if you know someone who could benefit.
This is a link to information regarding our return to school for the 2020-2021 school year.