Third grade students have returned for another exciting school year here at Green City R-1 Schools. Students are now settling into their normal routine after a complete renovation and rearrangement of the elementary school. The month of September has gone by rather quickly as the month of October is already upon us! There are many important events going on within the school this month with one of those being Parent Teacher Conferences. It’s extremely important that we have everyone attend this event so we can discuss each student’s progress throughout the first quarter of school. The Scholastic Book Fair will also be . . .
The Gophers held their last softball/baseball home game on Monday, September 30. Six senior ballplayers were recognized. Pictured from left to right: Summer Fude, Allison Brown, Beau Kraft, Delaney Embree, Erin Pialet, and Brianne Foster. We wish good luck to these players and will miss watching them play!
Jr. High Cheerleading practice is in full swing! This year Mrs. Campbell and I have 7 young ladies to cheer on the gophers! We have 4 returning girls and 3 new cheerleaders. We are looking forward to cheering on a competitive girls and boys basketball team this year. Our line up consist of Freshmen: Meredith Lynch, Karley Herschberger, Jenna Brown,and Allison Cunningham, 8th graders: Kadence King and Saasha Weaver and one 7th grader Jocleyn Dykes. Please come and support the girls, boys, and cheerleaders as we start our season on October 17th at Grundy County or for our home opener against Brashear on October 18th. We look forward to . . .
Thank you to all the following who took time out of their evening to help make our "Career On Wheels" Title Night a huge success! Smithfield (Donation of hotdogs for the evening as well) Matt Thompson and Mariam Bueno Green City Fire Department Crew Sullivan County Ambulance Crew Green City Sanitation Truck/BradEllsworth Bucket Truck/ Ryan Crist and Travis King State Patrol/ KJ Cool Farm Equipment Perkins/Logan Shafer Sullivan County Health Department/Deb Taylor and Maria Unionville Veterinary Clinic/Courtney Rexrode . . .
Student Safety: Peanut Allergies When most of us think about allergies, we might imagine a stuffy nose or a scratchy throat, but some people have allergies that can be life threatening. We, in the Green City R-1 Schools, believe that our students’ health and safety are our first priority, and with that in mind we . . . read more