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Solar Eclipse Update

Greater Clark County Schools was extremely excited about the educational opportunity for our students to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st. The district purchased solar eclipse glasses for students and staff and was led to believe they had the appropriate ISO certification. However, this afternoon we uncovered a discrepancy in the company’s certification document and, after extensive efforts …

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New Washington Schools CLOSED

The town of New Washington is currently without power due to a sub station fire. The power outage is impacting both New Washington schools. New Washington schools will now be closed on Friday, May 12. If you need to contact your child’s school, please call the GCCS Administration Building at (812) 283-0701. Thank you.

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Early Dismissal April 5th

Due to the approaching severe weather, Greater Clark County Schools will dismiss 30 minutes early on Wednesday, April 5th. All after school activities are cancelled. Communities in Schools after-school care will operate on a normal schedule at their respective schools. Please contact your child’s school if you have questions.

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Emergency Contact Numbers

Phone systems at the schools/buildings listed below are not functioning properly due to the recent water damage to the district’s main IT servers. These locations utilize Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) which is a technology that allows you to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular (or analog) phone line. These phone lines will be impacted for …

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GCCS Resumes Classes on Tuesday, January 10th

Greater Clark County Schools will resume classes tomorrow, January 10th. Thank you for your patience and understanding about the need to close schools on Monday, January 9th due to water damage to the district’s main IT communications system. Servers that host systems such as our student management system, employee management system, email, Internet services and more were impacted by the water damage. While …

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Message from Superintendent – PVMS & RVMS Social Media Threat

  “Good morning, this is Andy Melin, superintendent of the Greater Clark County Schools.  I need to inform our Parkview and River Valley families of a social media threat posted late last night that was concerning enough for us to involve the Jeffersonville Police Department.  We want to assure all of our Parkview and River Valley families and staff members that …

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