NEWS

Visitors Required to Present Driver’s License

Visitors Required to Present Driver’s License Beginning March 16th Greater Clark County Schools has purchased a new visitor management software that will begin being utilized on Monday, March 16. Over 12,000 K-12 schools and community facilities utilize the Raptor software system for security purposes. When visiting a GCCS building, visitors will now have to present their driver’s license to a …

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Happy Holidays!

Holiday parties have been set for Thursday, December 18th. Please see your child’s teacher for specific details. All guests attending the parties in the classrooms need to have completed a background history form and it must be processed prior to the week of the party. Please complete the form and turn into the office as soon as possible. Below is …

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Speak Up Survey

Survey Open Until December 19, 2014 Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning 21st century education and technology. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers. This survey can be taken by students, parents, educators, and community …

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Student Health Clinics

Clark Memorial Hospital and Clark Physician Group, LLC, are excited about the opportunity to collaborate with Greater Clark County Schools to provide limited health care services performed by a Nurse Practitioner to the students enrolled in the school system. A Nurse Practitioner will be available when school is in session at Jeffersonville (appointments scheduled 7:40-2:00) and Charlestown High Schools (appointments …

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Lady Jets vs. Parkwood

Come out and root on your Lady Jets today. Game time is 4:45pm.  Doors open at 3:45. Go Jets!!  

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It’s a Pink out Friday! Red Ribbon week next week!

October Community Awareness Days The Student Council is sponsoring Community Awareness Days in October. We will recognize breast cancer awareness by having a Pink Out and celebrate Red Ribbon Week to promote Drug Abuse Awareness by having awesome dress days. We would like for the student body to participate each day. Friday, October 24: THINK PINK! Pink apparel to support …

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Please Read: Changes in riding alternate buses

We have received the following information from our transportation department: According to bus rosters, the following bus is at capacity and can no longer take bus passes for students that do not live on the route. Bus 303/505  **Only children that live on this route will be able to ride Bus 303/505** Many of our other buses are only a few …

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