Wednesday, March 29

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Camp Kindergarten

Greater Clark County Schools will host Camp Kindergarten district-wide on Thursday, April 13th. This event is held to familiarize parents and incoming kindergarten students with their school and also provide a brief glimpse into the activities associated with the wonderful world of kindergarten. The main goal is to provide parents with information about the skills and knowledge that are most …

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Wilson Fitness Club

Wilson Elementary will host the first round of Fitness Club meetings next week! Each meeting will be focused on a different topic of fitness such as: yoga, jump rope, dance, etc. Meetings will be before school. Students will need to be dropped off by an adult in the front of the building and will be dismissed to class after our …

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Online Security, Smart Searching & Respecting Creative Work

How can you teach your child to use the internet safely? Educate early and often – Make sure to talk about the dangers of the internet as soon as your child starts browsing and remind them of safe online behavior regularly. Communication is key – Talk to your child about how they use their computers and smartphones and ask about any concerns they might …

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REMINDER – Fall Intersession

Fall Intersession will be held  October 3-7. 2016 . Parents have been notified by receiving a letter from their child’s school if their child needs to attend Intersession. Where will Intersession be held? Fall Intersession will be hosted at the following locations for the specified students: Students from Parkwood Elementary– Parkwood Elementary   Students from Northaven Elementary, Spring Hill Elementary, Thomas Jefferson Elementary, …

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Kid’s Radio Live -Weekly News

Each week, our fifth grade students make a video to relay important information to our staff, families and all students. This connects students to different media forms and gives them the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone! What a great memory to have when they move on to middle school. Monday of each week, a new video will …

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ATTENTION -Car Rider Directions

Please make sure that you follow the arrows in the parking lot and remember to stay in your car at all times. Students will unload to the right of the car on the sidewalk in the morning and will load on the right side of the car in the afternoon. You must have a car rider tag visible in order …

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Back to School 2016

Teacher Home Visits 7/23 Open House 7/27 All elementary schools will be holding a Back to School Night on Wednesday, July 27, 2015 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Parents will have the opportunity to meet your child’s teacher as well tour the school.  Any questions concerning Back To School Night please contact the school. First Student Day 7/28

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Teacher Visits

GCCS staff members from our elementary, middle, and high schools will be making quick visits on Saturday, July 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m to our incoming kindergarten, 6th grade, and 9th grade families. They will introduce themselves, share how excited they are to have our students attending their respective schools, and provide some information on the school district and our back-to-school …

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2016-2017 Registration and Back to School

Registration for the 2016-2017 school year is open! Follow link below to register your student. You will need your child’s snapcode if they have previously attended a Great Clark school. The first day of the 2016-2017 school year will be July 28, 2016. Back to school night will be July 27, 2016. Click here to register:

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Lights, Camera, Breakfast Video Contest

We are so excited to announce that Wilson Elementary  won the Action for Healthy Kids  Lights, Camera, Breakfast Video Content! Wilson will receive a $5,000 grand prize grant to put toward our school’s health and wellness programming.  Thanks to the School Nutrition Association for participating as a contest judge. The Lights, Camera, Breakfast Contest was made possible by Kellogg Company Fund, a proud supporter …

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