News

Discounted Louisville Football Tickets

The district is excited to partner with the University of Louisville Athletic Department to offer our employees and students discounted tickets for three more upcoming football games. Louisville vs Florida State on Saturday, September 29th at 3:30pm Black Out & Youth Football Night against Georgia Tech on Friday, October 5th at 7:00pm Homecoming against Wake Forest on Saturday, October 27th …

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New Washington Network Service

New Washington schools are currently without network service which is impacting internet, email and phone lines. Student and staff safety is not a concern as there is a direct line to emergency responders if needed, therefore school will be held as normal. The district has been working with our network provider since yesterday to restore service and hope to fix …

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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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Pure Education Initiative Parent Nights

Greater Clark County Schools has partnered with Pure Education Initiative, Inc. to host three parent nights for grades 3-5 to present a program called Solutions. The curriculum of the program is focused on solutions to help children navigate through the pressures of this world. It empowers them to use self-control, set boundaries and to reach out for help if necessary. …

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GCCS Live

Greater Clark County Schools held their opening day event, GCCS Live, for staff members on Monday, August 6th to kick-off the 2018-2019 school year. It was student led and student centered, and so much fun!

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August 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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PowerSchool Information

Greater Clark County Schools student management system, PowerSchool (PS), is now open to parents and students. Beginning this school year, the district will begin using PowerSchool Unified Classroom. Parents and students will need to create a PowerSchool Unified Classroom account. PowerSchool’s Unified Classroom is a comprehensive software solution that eliminates traditional technology silos (Gradebook, LMS, Assessment), empowering teachers to manage the …

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Bus Route Information

How do I find my stop? 1.  Enroll your student at the school or enroll them online with Infosnap. 2. Find your child’s student ID.  You will need it. 3. It is recommended for you to download the Ride 360 app below.  If you prefer to use a computer, please click on the following link:     Ride 360      …

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Students Eat Free

We are excited to announce that nine schools participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs have been selected for the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program for the 2018-2019 school year. ALL students enrolled in the selected schools are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at school for FREE, regardless of household income. Participating schools include: …

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Important Prosser Information

Parents/guardians of Prosser students: This school year, Greater Clark County Schools will transition from a balanced (year-round) school calendar to a more traditional calendar. Students will return to school on Wednesday, August 8th and end the school year prior to Memorial Day (contingent on snow days). All public school districts in Clark County (IN) will follow a more traditional calendar …

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GCCS to Utilize FinalForms

We are very excited to announce that Greater Clark County Schools has partnered with FinalForms, a forms and data management service, which allows parents to complete and sign athletic participation forms online for students in grades 3-12. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season, meaning parents will never need to enter the same information twice! This …

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Jeffersonville High School Limited Transportation Zone

Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, Greater Clark County Schools will implement a Limited Transportation Zone (LTZ) for students attending Jeffersonville High School. Parents that reside within the Jeffersonville LTZ, according to the address we have associated with your student in PowerSchool (the district’s student management system) will be receiving a letter in the mail. If you have further questions, …

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Back to School Information 2018-2019

First Day of School – August 8, 2018 Greater Clark County Schools is excited to announce online registration for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. We hope this helps ease the completing and submission of a multitude of separate forms required for registration. You are also able to upload copies of the birth certificate, immunization records, medication forms, etc.  If you do …

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ESS Substitute Information

Greater Clark County Schools is excited to announce we’ve partnered with ESS to manage our substitute program. ESS is an experienced organization that is dedicated to providing talented and qualified substitute professionals to PreK-12 school districts. We’re eager for you to join our team as soon as you successfully complete the application process, submit the required paperwork, and update your …

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Now Hiring Bus Drivers and Monitors

Do you know someone who engages well with kids and is a safe driver?  Greater Clark County Schools is hiring bus drivers and bus monitors. The district will provide free training for these positions and summer is a great time to train! Drivers make up to $20.25 an hour for a guaranteed 5-hour day with 10 years of experience.  Starting …

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Summer Feeding Program

The Greater Clark County Schools Summer Feeding Program will be available from Monday, June 4, 2018 until Friday, July 20, 2018. All locations will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Free meals will be made available to children 18 years of age and under, or persons more than 18 who are determined by a state …

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ExCEL Award Celebration

Congratulations to Nicole Smith, a counselor at Charlestown Middle School, for being named as the 2018 WHAS-11 ExCEL Award winner for Greater Clark County Schools. On May 16th, Nicole was honored by WHAS-11’s Gary Roedemeier and presented with the famous fold apple, as well as $1,000 from LG&E/KU to use for school purchases. Nicole earned her Bachelor of Science in …

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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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