Fall Sports Awards Ceremonies will be held this week: Middle School Boys and Girls Soccer and Golf will be in the auditorium at 1:45 on Monday, Varsity Boys and Girls Soccer and Golf will be in the cafeteria at 6:00pm on Tuesday.
Important Information for spectators and fans at tomorrow's Boys Varsity Southern Maine Final Game at Waterhouse Field in Biddeford. Game time: 6:00pm Uniforms: White (away) Uniforms Captains and Coaches meet with officials, Team Intros, National Anthem: 5:50-6:00 Parking - John F Kennedy School on 64 West Street. Handicap Parking available at the stadium. Entry - Spectator entry is on Prospect Street between Stadium and St Louis Baseball Field Tickets - No tickets are available at the stadium. Tickets must be purchased online at www.gofan.com $5 students and seniors, $10 adults.
Mrs. Mason's Second Graders engaged in owl pellet dissections as part of their October Science unit where they explored the fascinating world of bats and owls.
Our 7th Grade Science class conducted an experiment to examine how various variables impact photosynthesis - using the floating leaf disk assay.
Kindergarten's book of the week - Bippity Bop Barbershop - inspired inspired imaginative play in the dramatization center, where students and staff members had fun cutting, curling, washing, and foiling hair!!
Mr. Sherman's AP Psychology class constructed candy neurons in a hands-on activity to explore the workings of the nervous system.
Pre-K has started Unit 2 of our curriculum - Friends. During this unit children will explore the concepts of friendship, how to be a good friend, and ways to resolve conflicts with friends. 1. Creating invitations for friends complete with names, the day of the week, and the party's start time! 2. Hosting celebrations in our dramatization center involves preparations, selecting the party's host, and choosing the guest list! 3. Washing dishes in our discovery center. Working together to wash and dry dishes. 4. Painting pizzas at our art easel. Following a recipe and adding toppings. 5. Fine motor practice with our rainbow colors. 6. Name practice - building our name with magnetic letters and playdoh.
Our Middle School Student Council organized an Open Gym Night last Friday that was a HUGE success!! Middle School students had a blast playing bombardment, hoop shooting, and a lively game from Mr. Sherman's earlier years!!
**UPDATE** The boys regional final in Biddeford on Tuesday 11-7 has been moved up to 6:00 pm. This will move the fan bus departure up to 1:30 pm. With an anticipated return now at midnight. Please help spread the word!
Middle School basketball practice will begin on Monday 11/6. Girls will start at 3:00 p.m. and boys will start at 4:30 p.m. Due to high numbers and uncertain rosters at this point we will start on monday with 7th and 8th graders only. Once the coaches and I figure out our exact numbers we will discuss 6th graders. It is our hope that 5th and 6th graders can gain more experience and have more playing time on the Rec teams. Please encourage participation in the Rec program so we can avoid basketball teams with 15 students on the bench. Thank you for your understanding and support as we work on solidifying our middle school basketball programs! We are excited to have Tiegan Murray coaching our girls team and Josh Polland coaching our boys team.
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL OPEN GYM NIGHT is tOnIgHt - 6-8pm! See you SoOn!!
Parents and Guardians of GCS; Since the Varsity Boys Southern Maine Final is to be held in Biddeford on Tuesday Night at 6:30 pm, Greenville Consolidated School is offering students and parents a free ride on a student bus to cheer on our team. We will be leaving the school behind the sports bus on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 pm and will return to the school around 12:30am. Any student from grade 6 and above can ride on the bus, and students below grade 6 are welcome with the accompaniment of a parent chaperone. We will be stopping for food at a fast food establishment on the way home, so some money for that as well as concessions is recommended. Also, the MPA is only selling tickets online, https://gofan.co/event/1123291?schoolId=MPA. Student tickets are $5, Adult tickets are $10. Tickets are not available at the stadium, so students need to have their ticket purchase on their phone. If your student doesn't have a phone, you can send the appropriate amount in with your student and Mr. Shaw will put their ticket on his phone. This is a great chance to not only have fun, but to cheer your Varsity Boys Team on to victory! Please print and return the attached permission slip by Tuesday Morning to Mr. Shaw. Go Lakers!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN from GCS!! Thank you, Greenville Rec and Sally T. for collaborating with us on the annual Halloween Parade! We appreciate GVPD and SRO Josh Guay, Northern Light Emergency Services, GVFD, GCS Staff, and the many parents for escorting our costumed elementary students through town!! Later tonight, Moosehead Destination is hosting a Trunk or Treat on our campus starting at 5pm - drop by and enjoy the fun!! Be SAFE!!
Hi-due to inclement weather conditions, all after school activities on Monday, October 30, 2023 are cancelled. If you have a child in Grades PreK-5 with a change in after school plans, please call the Main Office at 695-2666. Please start sending hats, mittens, & boots so students are equipped for recess.
We apologize, but we have yet another reschedule for the varsity boys soccer semi final game. We are now hosting Dirigo on Thursday November 2nd at 3:00 p.m. please help spread the word and come out and support our Lakers!
We have tentatively rescheduled the boys varsity semi final game to Tuesday 10/31 at 3 p.m. at home. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families and the first responders from the tragic events in Lewiston last night.
Good morning. We are deeply saddened by the recent incident involving a shooting in our State. Here at Greenville Consolidated School, we will continue to operate with a regular schedule. We understand that this event raises safety concerns, and we want to emphasize that we will stay in contact with law enforcement. Based on current information there is no direct threat to our school from this event, we are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the security and well-being of our students and staff. We encourage everyone to remain highly aware and report suspicious activity immediately. Our top priority is the safety of our school community, and we are committed to providing a secure learning environment for everyone involved.
Varsity Boys Soccer team hosts Searsport Vikings in a quarter final matchup at home on Wednesday 10/25/23 at 3:30 p.m.
It is never too early to instill the importance of "STOP, DROP, and ROLL" in our young learners. We extend our thanks to SRO Josh Guay for his initiative in welcoming Fire Chief Sawyer Murray and GVFD firefighters to GCS during Fire Safety Month. Our Pre-K and Kindergarten students gained valuable insights into safety gear worn by firefighters and essential fire safety techniques.
Ms. Godson's 3rd Grade Students are actively engaged in their interactive EveryDay Math lesson!