Greensburg Schools continue to improve safety
During the regularly scheduled Greensburg Community Schools (GCS) Board of Education meeting Tuesday night, updates to the junior high’s eighth grade Washington D.C. school trip were shared, and a safety specialist was invited to share the state of GCS’ safety precautions.
Greensburg schools implement new safety procedures
The long holiday break has given Greensburg Community School (GCS) officials plenty of time to implement new policies and procedures centered around student safety.
Jr. High essay contest brings history into focus
Although modern technology is accelerating at a breathtaking pace, Greensburg Junior High School (GJHS) eighth-grader Rylie Smith will likely never travel back in time to meet America’s Founding Fathers.
GCS board sees spoils of Chautauqua
Greensburg High School teacher, John Pratt, had his top seven history students show the Greensburg School Board their Chautauqua projects.
- Annual Youth Forum marks successful Youth Appreciation Week
Kiwanis Spell Bowl held at North Decatur High
The Greensburg Kiwanis Spell Bowl was held Thursday, Oct. 25 in the gym at North Decatur Junior Senior High School.
DCCS to consider revised school calendar
Following the conclusion of the 2012-2013 school year, the Decatur County Community Schools (DCCS) Board will conduct a survey of the corporation’s students, staff and parents to consider revision to the system’s school-year calendar.
Optimist club recognizes “Youth Appreciation Week”
Each year, over 2,000 Optimists Clubs throughout the U.S. sponsor Youth Appreciation Week. Locally, the week of Nov. 12 to 18 has been selected, and the Greensburg Optimist Club asks citizens countywide to join us as we attempt to recognize the contributions and accomplishments of youth.
Glee Club brings new world to local students
Local students from throughout Decatur County get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on Friday, Nov. 16, when they perform two numbers with the Miami University Glee Club (MUGC).
GJHS stages "Wonka, Jr." for two-night engagement
On Friday night at 7 p.m., the Greensburg Junior High School (GJHS) Drama Department will raise the curtain on one of the largest, most ambitious productions it’s ever staged.
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