Sunday, August 31


Board Meeting – September 2

School Board meeting

The Greater Clark County Schools Board of Trustees will hold the following board meetings at the Administration Building, 2112 Utica Sellersburg Road, Jeffersonville, Indiana, on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. Executive Session (6:00 PM) - not open to the public Public Hearing (7:00 PM) – open to the public Regular Meeting (7:10 PM) – open to the public Click here to view the ... Read More »

Parent Teacher Conferences


Mark your calendar! Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held in September. Parents are encouraged to attend these conferences to discuss their child’s progress. Please contact your child’s school if you have questions. Middle school conferences – Tuesday, September 9 High school conferences – Wednesday, September 10 Elementary school conferences – Thursday, September 11 Read More »

“Golf Fore Kids” Charity Scramble


Supported by the GCCS Educational Foundation, Greater Clark County Schools administers an ACT test to students beginning in the eighth grade. ACT has developed a series of tests that predicates college success and provides comparison statistics to assist students in coursework to improve their chances for a high ACT score. This assessment system creates an opportunity for teachers to know ... Read More »

Northaven Elementary “PRIDE” Kick-off Event


On August 8, Northaven Elementary held their PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support) kick-off with a school-wide event featuring “Minute to Win It” games. This event provided a fun and festive atmosphere for introducing the new “PRIDE” initiative to students, with August focusing on the trait of Persistence. The district has combined PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) and CCR (College ... Read More »

My Big Campus Parent Portal Accounts


My Big Campus is a safe social-learning platform for your students to access online assignments, file storage, calendar, messaging, resources and collaborate to make learning engaging and fun. Parents will see an activity feed that includes school and group announcements, and upcoming events. Parents will be able to message their students and school staff, and can see their students’ schoolwork ... Read More »

Jeffersonville High School Holds “PRIDE” Kick-Off Event


On August 1, Jeffersonville High School held their PRIDE kick-off with a special performance by the Juice Box Heroes! The district has combined PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) and CCR (College and Career Readiness) skills to develop our “PRIDE” slogan for students. Persistence – persevere through challenges, problem solve; Respectfulness – access and serve others, possess a positive attitude, ... Read More »

GCCS Safety Procedures


Greater Clark County Schools’ top priority is the safety of our students and staff and it’s important for parents to understand that the district continually works to ensure safety during the school day. New safety measures were implemented approximately two years ago and these measures will continue. If you plan to visit your child’s school during the school day, you ... Read More »

Spring Hill Elementary Online Daily Announcements


Spring Hill will begin each school day with the SHES-TV Show. Students will recite the Pledge of Allegiance, sing their Kindness Pledge, announce students and staff birthdays, celebrate special student achievements and recognize the accomplishments of SHES. The TV Show will give a positive start to the day and help to build a sense of community among students and staff. Click ... Read More »

Students at Four Schools to Receive Free Meals


Clark County Middle/High School, Corden Porter School, Maple Elementary, and Spring Hill Elementary have been approved for the Community Eligibility Program (CEP). CEP provides an alternative approach for offering school meals to local educational agencies (LEA) and schools in low income areas, instead of collecting individual appli-cations for free and reduced price meals. CEP allows schools that predominantly serve low-income ... Read More »

PVMS Bus Accident

Bus accident at Parkview Middle School involving busses 001 and 954 (a backup for bus 104)   Non-injured students being transported back to PVMS for either pickup by parents or to be transported by other busses. Parents will be notified. Maple Elementary School and Bridgepoint Elementary School bus routes affected. PARENTS EXPECT DELAYS. Read More »

Chromebook Information


Click here to visit the GCCS Technology Department’s website for more information about Chromebooks and the district’s 1:1 Computer Initiative. Read More »



Follow along all day as we welcome everyone to the 2014-2015 school year! Join in with #gcsb2s on Twitter or by sending your child’s first day of school picture to! #gcsb2s Tweets Read More »

Bus Routes


Visit our Transportation Department for the full list of up-to-date bus stop information.     Read More »

Brett Clark & Steven W. Anderson


Watch Brett Clark (@MrBrettClark) and Steven W. Anderson (@web20classroom) professional development seminar. Follow along with all @GCCSchools back to school events with #gcsb2s. recorded 7/29/2014 Read More »

Opening Day Presentation


On Monday July 28th, GCCS welcomed our 1,400+ staff members to the 2014-15 school with a presentation at Charlestown High School featuring a keynote presentation by  @ToddWhitaker.   Read More »

Greater Clark Connected Conference


Stream begins July 21st 8am Live streaming video by Ustream  Learn about our keynote speaker Chris Lehmann, our Chrome Ninjas, and our spotlight speakers on the Conference website.   Read More »

Summer Food Service Program


Site locations include: · Jeffersonville High School – 2315 Allison Lane, Jeffersonville · New Washington Elementary – 224 Poplar Street, New Washington · Maple Elementary – 428 Division Street, Jeffersonville · Parkwood Elementary – 748 Spicewood Drive, Clarksville · Pleasant Ridge Elementary – 1250 Monroe Street, Charlestown · Riverside Elementary – 17 Laurel Drive, Jeffersonville · Spring Hill Elementary – 201 E. 15th Street, Jeffersonville · Wilson Elementary ... Read More »