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Summer Chromebook Update

In order to better serve our students and families, Greater Clark County Schools has decided to allow current students (grades 3-11) who are registered for the 2018-2019 school year to utilize their Chromebook over the summer. In order for a student’s Chromebook device and accounts to stay active, please click on the link below to register your child by Thursday, …

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2017-2018 GCCS Parent/Guardian Survey

Click on the link below to complete the 2017-2018 GCCS Parent/Guardian survey which is used as a continuing effort to measure parent satisfaction. This survey is utilized to obtain valuable information from our stakeholders and all responses are confidential. We appreciate you taking a few moments to complete the survey. If you have questions, please email Erin Bojorquez at ebojorquez@gccschools.com.

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JHS Newspaper Named IHSPA Hoosier Star Finalist

Congratulations to the Jeffersonville High School Hyphen newspaper staff for qualifying as a finalist in the IHSPA (Indiana High School Press Association) Hoosier Star competition. All newspapers evaluated as “Excellent” or “Superior” publications qualify as finalists and are judged once again. The final evaluation will determine the IHSPA Hoosier Star winners. The Indiana High School Press Association was founded in …

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JHS Student Named Next Generation Philanthropist

Congratulations to Caroline Elliott, a senior at Jeffersonville High School, for being named a Riley Children’s Hospital Next Generation Philanthropist through her work with the school’s Riley Dance Marathon. The dance marathon is a student-driven, year-round commitment to generate funds for Riley. The commitment culminates in a continuous, multi-hour fundraising event which blends game, music, dance and philanthropy into one …

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GCCS Students Selected as Law Day Finalists

Clark Circuit Court #4 hosted ten “Law Day” finalists on May 3rd that were selected to read their essays about being an American to a panel of Judges from Clark and Floyd Counties. Congratulations to our GCCS students who were selected to participate and received a $100 cash prize: Anveer Mann and Cooper Turk-Gagel (Utica Elementary), Eli Benitos (Northaven Elementary), …

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GCCS Elementary Academic Competition

Elementary students from across the district will compete in the GCCS Elementary Academic Competition on Thursday, April 19th at 6:00 p.m. The competition will be held at Jeffersonville High School in the gymnasium. Teams will work in small groups and collaborate to answer questions in the areas of science, math and social studies. The event is open to our families and …

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May 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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2018-2019 Online Registration Now Open!

Registration for the 2018-2019 school year will open on Monday, April 2nd. Greater Clark County Schools utilizes the program InfoSnap for online registration to ease the completion and submission of forms that are required to register. Current Students Current students will need a password, also known as a Snapcode, to register online. Parents/guardians will receive a letter around Spring Break with …

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Staff Update: Microsoft Outlook

Users may experience problems with Outlook after the recent email server update.  To resolve this issue, please follow the steps provided in this link.  Following these steps will reset your signature to blank, and you will need to manually re-open any archive folders you have created. If you continue to experience issues with Outlook, you can access your email via …

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Jeffersonville Elementary Art Show

The Jeffersonville Elementary Art Show will be on display at the Jeffersonville Public Library located on Court Avenue from April 4th-30th. The elementary schools represented in the show include Bridgepoint, Maple, Riverside, Spring Hill, Thomas Jefferson, Utica and Wilson. An art reception will be held for these young artists and their families at the library on Thursday, April 5th from …

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Utica Elementary Recognizes Disability Awareness Month

Utica Elementary recognized Disability Awareness Month by welcoming guest speaker, Heather Stengel, on March 16th. Heather is a 2007 graduate of Jeffersonville High School and scheduled to graduate in May from Ivy Tech Community College with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She is currently completing her practicum in student teaching with Mrs. Angie McEwen, preschool teacher at Riverside Elementary. …

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Charlestown High School’s Faculty Night Live

Another fabulous “Faculty Night Live” hosted by Charlestown High School is in the books! Staff members have participated in this hilarious event to raise funds to support the CHS Faculty Scholarship, which has awarded $12,000 to graduating seniors over the last six years. Last evening’s event raised approximately $1,400! Great job Pirates!

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April 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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Tour Our Schools During Bridging Week!

Greater Clark County Schools will host “Bridging Week” April 2nd through April 6th to allow current and future parents the opportunity to tour our schools! Parents will have the opportunity to get a true sense of the school day and speak with the principal about their school. Appointments must be made in advance (see contact information below). Greater Clark County …

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National Walkout Information

Dear GCCS Students/Staff/Parents/Community: There has been an enormous amount of media attention regarding planned protests/walkouts in response to the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The National School Walkout is planned for Wednesday, March 14th at 10:00 a.m. and is calling for students to walk out of class for 17 minutes in honor of the …

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Jeffersonville H.S. Safety Update

This morning at Jeffersonville High School, a fire alarm tripped in the welding area of the school due to a sensor picking up dust debris. The alarm delayed ISTEP+ testing. After students returned to the building, they were held in their class until testing could be completed.   During the fire alarm, the school was notified about a potential social …

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Elementary Boys Basketball Tournament

Congratulations to Bridgepoint Elementary, Parkwood Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Elementary and Wilson Elementary for qualifying for the 2018 Elementary Boys Basketball Tournament. Semi-final games will take place on Thursday, February 22nd at 5:30 p.m. (Parkwood vs. Wilson) and 6:50 p.m. (Bridgepoint vs. Thomas Jefferson) at Charlestown High School. The final game will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, February 26th …

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March 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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Message from the Superintendent

Yesterday, another senseless tragedy occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. I know you join me and the entire nation in expressing our deepest sympathy to the families of the students and staff who lost their lives. I wanted to take a few moments today to reassure our students, parents, staff and community that safety is our …

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