Friday, October 30, 2009

OMEA District 11 Honor's Choir Selected

The following high school choir students were selected by CD audition for the OMEA District 11 Honor's Choir to be held on Sunday, November 22 at 3:00 p.m. at Troy High School. The maximum amount of students permitted to be selected from any school was 10 and Greenville had 10 selected: Joey Conrad, Ashton Dohme, Brandon Eckstein, Josh Kerns, Tyler Leveronne, Abbey MacKenzie, Chelsea Simmons, Nikki Simmons, Sean Wolfe and Matt Wroda. The students are directed by Michele Smith.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

First High Five Business Winner

The High Five for Wave Pride campaign is excited to announce the first
High Five Business Winner for Wave Wednesday. The owners and staff of
The Flower Patch are proud Wave supporters. Kathy Beam, Katie Netzley,
and Marcia Fink were spotted by WTGR radio representatives wearing green
and displaying their Wave Pride sign. The Flower Patch will receive a
pizza party donated by MARCO'S pizza as a thank you for their support of
Greenville City Schools.

The Flower Patch offer's free delivery for anything purchased on
Wednesday's as part of their support of the Wave Wednesday salute. If
you would like to join the 60+ businesses supporting Wave Wednesday's,
please contact Barb at 548-3185.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Cox Qualifies For Cross Country Regional Meet

Cox Qualifies For Cross Country Regional Meet

Andrew Cox, a Junior at Greenville High School qualified for the OHSAA Cross Country Regional Meet. He will run on Saturday, October 31 at Troy.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

NJROTC Drill Team Excels at Competition

NJROTC Drill Team Excels at Competition

Greenville High School’s NJROTC Drill Team competed at the Annual Northmont Drill Competition on Saturday, October 17th. Among the fifteen teams from Ohio, West Virginia, and Indiana competing, Greenville’s Physical Fitness team led by Commander Chris Fenstermaker received a 1st Place trophy. Greenville’s Color Guard team led by Commander Jessica Bowers received a 2nd Place trophy. Greenville’s Academic team Commanded by Adam Long and Armed Drill Squad Commanded by Dustin Frederick received 3rd Place trophies. Greenville’s Marksmanship Team Commanded by Justin Nickell placed 4th. Individual recognition goes to Jeremy Giesseman for a 6th Place finish in Unarmed Drill and Jessica Bowers for 10th Place finish in Armed Drill out of the 400 NJROTC cadets competing.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Hetzler Qualifies for the Disctrict

Hetzler Qualifies for District

Alexa Hetzler shot an 87 at the girls Sectional golf tournament qualifying her for District play.

GJHS 7th Grade Football Finishes A Strong Season

Greenville Junior High 7th Grade Football Team

The 7th grade football team concluded their season last night with a dominating 56-0 victory over Sidney Lehman. Offensively, Bryce Jenkinson ran for a touchdown and a couple of two point conversions. Allen Tabler ran for a touchdown and also scampered into the endzone for a two point conversion. Quinton Wood, Ryan Ramsey, and Tylor Bowman also scored a touchdown apiece while Garrett Griffin ran for a two point conversion. Defensively, Isaiah Hayes returned a fumble recovery for a touchdown and had two pass interceptions. One of which he returned for a touchdown. Quinton Wood returned a fumble for a touchdown and added an interception. The team finished the season 6-0-1 outscoring their opponents 278-14.

GHS Orchestra News

GHS Orchestra News

Jon Payne, a senior at Greenville High School, recently auditioned and was accepted to become a member of the Southwest Regional Orchestra. Payne, who plays the French Horn, also performs with the Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and attended the Interlochen Summer Music Institute this past year with fellow student, Ian Brown. According to GHS Orchestra teacher, JR Price, Jon is the only instrumentalist from the program that has made both the All State Band and All State Orchestra.

Jene Ross, Ian Brown, Andrew Cech, and Kalli Middlestetter have also successfully auditioned and will join Payne as members of the Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. This is the second year for Jene, Ian and Jon in this highly recognized group of musicians. Additionally, Jered Ross, Ryan Augsburger and Sarah Herzog auditioned and were accepted to perform with the Dayton Junior String Orchestra.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Greenville Junior High School Offering After-School Tutoring Program

GJHS has started its after-school tutoring program. It is being held Monday-Friday from 2:30pm to 4:00pm for any 7th or 8th graders who are interested. Students who attend will get help with homework or class work and get to hang out with friends. All students participating in the program must have a signed permission slip, which students received in homeroom last week. If you are interested in getting your student signed up or have any questions feel free to contact Lindsey McGlinch at 937-548-3202 or email me at

Queen Danielle and Chief Damon

Congratulations to the 2009-2010 GHS Homecoming Court