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High School SWOT Survey

Greater Clark County Schools is undergoing a process to establish a marketing and communications strategy to more effectively communicate the benefits of our High Schools to our key stakeholders. In order to do this successfully, we need your honest opinion about our High Schools today. This simple SWOT Survey will help us gain an understanding of the current perception you have of …

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Academies of Greater Clark

The Academies of Greater Clark, designed utilizing the Ford Next Generation Learning framework, are small learning communities of students and teachers who are organized around labor market demand and areas of student interest. Students will have the opportunity to connect with others who have similar aspiration and with teachers who can make meaningful connects to their plans for the future. …

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Staff Professional Development Day

Greater Clark County Schools held district-wide professional development for our staff on Wednesday, September 20th. Professional development helps your child’s teacher stay current in their profession. Certified staff members participated in professional development structured around the Date Wise Improvement Process. Data Wise supports educators in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning for all students. …

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October Menus

BREAKFAST Northaven, Parkwood, Pleasant Ridge, Spring Hill, Thomas Jefferson, and Wilson Bridgepoint, Maple, Utica, New Washington Elementary, Jonathan Jennings, Riverside Middle School High School LUNCH Elementary Middle School Charlestown High School Jeffersonville High School New Washington Middle/High School Clark County M/H School/Corden Porter School

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Facilities Tactic Team Meeting Update

Greater Clark County Schools is pleased to report the initial Facilities Tactic Team meeting held on Tuesday, August 29th was a great success. The Facilities Tactic Team has been charged with making a recommendation to the Board of School Trustees for a site of a new downtown Jeffersonville elementary school. A diverse group of community members, property and business owners, …

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RVMS Selected for ICE Pilot Program

In partnership with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD), the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announced that River Valley Middle School will be one of sixteen middle schools participating  in the Indiana Career Explorer (ICE) Pilot Program. The ICE Pilot Program will evaluate and enhance critical college and career readiness through in-classroom instruction in the eighth grade to help …

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September Menus

BREAKFAST Northaven, Parkwood, Pleasant Ridge, Spring Hill, Thomas Jefferson, and Wilson Bridgepoint, Maple, Utica, New Washington Elementary, Jonathan Jennings, Riverside Middle School High School LUNCH Elementary Middle School Charlestown High School Jeffersonville High School New Washington Middle/High School Clark County M/H School/Corden Porter School

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Here Comes the Bus

Here Comes the Bus allows you to view the real-time location of your child’s general education school bus on your smartphone, tablet or computer. With it, you will have the information you need to send your children to the bus stop at just the right time, helping to protect them from inclement weather and other roadside dangers. What’s more, you’ll …

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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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Downtown Jeffersonville School Feasibility Study

In response to the GCCS Board of School Trustee’s recent decision to try to build a new elementary school in downtown Jeffersonville, the GCCS Administration recommended contracting with TEG (The Estopinal Group) Architects to help determine the most appropriate site and cost-effective building to accommodate current Maple Elementary and Spring Hill Elementary students and staff. The Board of School Trustees approved the …

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Transportation Update

The district is aware that there have been a few issues accessing bus route information in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Please check your student’s bus route information to confirm it has not changed. Access the parent portal, then click on Forms for your child’s bus number, stop location and time. If you’re having issues accessing the information while using Internet …

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PowerSchool Parent Portal Information

PowerSchool, Greater Clark County Schools’ student management system, is a web-based software application that allows teachers, parent and school administrators to track and share information about students. Create your parent account today to track your child’s grades, assignments and more. PowerSchool Parent Portal Create PowerSchool Parent Portal Account Instructions Create PowerSchool Learning Account Instructions How to Use PowerSchool Learning for …

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Bus Route Information

Bus route information for the 2017-2018 school year is available in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Please check your student’s bus route information to confirm it has not changed. Access the parent portal, then click on Forms for your child’s bus number, stop location and time. If your child’s bus information is not in PowerSchool or does not seem correct, please …

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Back to School Nights

It’s proven that a positive home-school connection contributes to a child’s school success. Greater Clark County Schools believes in building and maintaining a great parent-school relationship and invites you to attend our “Back to School Night” events next week. We encourage you to attend with your child and take advantage of the opportunity to see the world your child inhabits every …

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