District Announcements

    Flu Information
    Flu season has begun and January is one of the peak “flu season” months. Respiratory illnesses, in addition to seasonal flu, are common this time of year – but there is a difference.  Please review the attached letter to parents from our lead school nurse concerning flu prevention.


    Status as of January 30, 2015





    Be sure to review the information about the Read to Achieve legislation located under the Academics tab at the top of the district website or by clicking this link.

    From the Cafeteria

    February Breakfast Menu

    Today, 1/31/2015
    High: 48 Low: 24
    Mostly sunny
    0% chance of precipitation.
    Tomorrow, 2/1/2015
    High: 52 Low: 28
    Mostly cloudy
    3% chance of precipitation.

    From the Community

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    Greene County Intermediate Hours

    Early Drop Off in the Cafeteria Beginning at 7:15
    Bus and car riders arrive at 7:45
    Class begins at 8:00
    Students are Tardy if they arrive after 8:00
    Car riders dismiss at 3:00
    Bus riders dismiss at 3:05

    Upcoming Events

    Tuesday, February 10
    Standardized Testing
    Work Keys
    Seniors at GCHS
    Wednesday, February 11
    Standardized Testing
    Work Keys
    Seniors at GCHS
    Thursday, February 12
    Standardized Testing
    Work Keys
    Seniors at GCHS
    Friday, February 13
    GCS Traditional Schools
    GCS-Early Release
    Standardized Testing
    Work Keys
    Seniors at GCHS
    Monday, February 16
    GCS Traditional Schools
    Thursday, February 26
    Standardized Testing
    National Assessment of Educational Progress
    GCMS - Grade 8 Students Only

    GCIS Vision and Mission

    Greene County Intermediate Vision Statement
    The Greene County Intermediate School Community is committed to fostering a love and awareness of 21st century learning in an engaging environment, encouraging all students to be successful in a global society.

    Greene County Intermediate Mission Statement
    Greene County Intermediate School provides a safe and challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through developmentally-appropriate instruction allowing for individual differences and learning styles. We guide and support students through communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking to empower and prepare students for future learning and life. Each student's success is fostered by positive relationships with students and staff. Our parents, teachers, and community members are actively involved in our students' learning.

    Teacher of the Year

    GCIS Teacher of the Year
    Mr. Phil Cook

    Teacher Assistant of the Year

    Mrs. Leslie Perkins
    TA of the Year 2014-2015

    Greene County Intermediate is a member 
    of the Global Schools Network.

    Administration Team

    Jada Mumford
    Leigh Corbin
    Assistant Principal

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    Collect BoxTops for GCIS!

    2014-2015 Collection Dates:
    January 28, 2015
    April 29, 2015