Monday, November 30, 2009



Congratulations to our National Board Teacher, Mrs. Townsend!

We are proud of her hard work and dedication to her profession and her students. Thank you Mrs. Townsend.

South Middle School Staff

Friday, November 27, 2009

GHS National Honor Society “Taps” New Members

The Tap Assembly to induct new members into the National Honor Society was held on November 24th. Current N. H. S. officers Holly Bruner (President), Nick Snyder (Vice President), Cory Flynn (Secretary), and Ashlea Simmons (Treasurer) welcomed thirty-six new members into the group. Mrs. Jackie Homan serves as the NHS Advisor. The newly inducted members include: Sereena Barga, Brittany Doseck, Jordyn Fisherback, Kandis Garland, Michael Jenkins, Jason Jones, Nehana Kneebush, Lauren Kolb, Masmine Mekelburg, Noah Navas, Jennifer Stewart, Ivy Berger, Brianna Booker, Angela Borgerding, Ian Brown, Landon Bruner, Chelsea Buzard, Nicole Davis, Ashley Garber, Audrey Garber, Seth Gessler, Hillary Harmon, Aireca Hetzler, Kent Holmes, Jonathan Jetter, Torri Keaser, Daniel Kensinger, Rachel Kindley, Julie Lemon, Abby McKenzie, Prital Mehta, Katrina Myers, Caleb Overbay, Madison Shuret, Zachary Stull, and Kelsey Wolfe.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

OMEA District 11 Honor’s Band & Choir

Heather Bailey and Brad Spettel performed in outstanding fashion in the OMEA District 11 Honor’s Band this past weekend. The band was under the direction of Kenneth Kohlenberg from Sinclair Community College.

Joey Conrad, Ashton Dohme, Brandon Eckstein, Josh Kerns, Tyler Leveronne, Abbey MacKenzie, Chelsea Simmons, Nikki Simmons, Sean Wolfe, and Matt Wroda excelled in their performance in the OMEA District 11 Honor’s Choir under the direction of Cynthia Gray. Both groups performed at Troy High School and the students were selected by audition.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

High Five Business Winner of the Week


Making Waves is this week's High Five Business Winner. The team at Making Waves were spotted by WTGR representatives supporting Wave Wednesday's as part of the ongoing High Five for Wave Pride campaign. Pictured (Left to Right) are Katie Light, Joyce Clark, Mary Mote, Lori Goubeaux, Kristi Lyons, and Amy Quinn with Greenville City Schools Superintendent, Susie Riegle. Making Waves will receive a pizza party donated by MARCO'S pizza as a thank you for their support of Greenville City Schools.
If you would like to join the 60+ businesses supporting Wave Wednesday's, please contact Barb at 548-3185.

Monday, November 16, 2009

NJROTC COMPETITION

The NJROTC drill team performed at the Ebbert Educational Center on November 14th . The competition in Anderson, Indiana was attended by Navy and Marine Corps High Schools from Ohio and Indiana. Greenville NJROTC’s forty member team competed in seven events. The Color Guard Team Commanded by Jessica Bowers placed second overall for the second competition in a row. The Unarmed Drill team Commanded by Chelsea Buzard placed third. The Personnel inspection team Commanded by Jeremy Giesseman placed third. The Academic Team Commanded by Adam Long placed Fourth. In Individual competition James Valentine placed First in Unarmed drill beating out over 200 other cadets.

Friday, November 13, 2009


The students at South Middle School who participate in the after school program would like to extend their thanks to Emily Jasenski, owner of Elements Yoga Studio in Greenville, for giving her time to teach them some basic yoga. We would also like to thank Don Addis, Tod and Joanie Drew, Mike Barker, Marlisa McAllister, Mike Jones, Eileen Litchfield, Marco's Pizza South Middle School PTA and teachers for their donations and financial support.


South Middle School's Ladies and Gentleman's Club visited the Brethren's home for reverse trick or treating. Our students adopt a "grandparent" for their years at South and once a month walk over to visit with them. Together they have done wii bowling, card club and board games, then a quick snack before going home. It is a wonderful way for our students to give back to the community.

GHS ACADEMIC TEAM

Greenville's Academic team recently won five games at The Ohio State University Competition and three at the Tipp City Invitational. Adam Chatwood distinguished himself in the area of mathematics and Ben Scott, this year’s team captain, was recognized for earning the Sportsmanship Award at Tipp City. Scott also had the sixth highest score among more than one hundred competitors in Columbus

The Academic Team will be featured on Channel 7’s High-Q on Sunday, November 15th at 8:30 a. m. in a competition against Northeastern High School. This year’s team includes Ben Scott, Adam Chatwood, Nick Sander, and Kent Holmes. Carlton Bowers serves as the team advisor.


Greenville Fire Department came to eat lunch with our students who's names were drawn from out Caught Being Good tickets! South Middle School students are rewarded for their good behavior around school. They were treated to lunch and a tour of the fire truck.

Thank you Greenville Fire Department!

Greenville High School Theatre Club

Greenville High School Theatre Club is currently in rehearsal for their fall production. This year they have an exciting murder mystery to share with the public, entitled: “This Isn’t A Murder Mystery, It’s A Massacre!” This highly comical play was written by one of their own actors, Kent Holmes, a junior at GHS who writes and produces his own films. Kent is also a GHS tennis player and soccer player, and a member of Men’s Choir and Key Club, to name a few of his many activities.

“This Isn’t A Murder Mystery” is a Monty Python meets Agatha Christie type of play. There are many characters, most of them likeable, and a plot with enough twists and turns to make Sherlock Holmes dizzy. Set in the 1940’s, during WWII, the plot brings us to the office of two private eyes: Sam Donsile and Jack Snips. Their clients are in for a lot more intrigue than they realized, once they set foot in the foyer. But with your help, the mystery will be solved! The club invites you to join them for this farcical romp, presented November 20th and 21st, at 7:00 pm in Celebration Theatre at GHS. Tickets will be available at the door for $5.00.

GHS Theatre Club boasts 40 members, every one of them a star. They rehearse, build, write, and perform four plays every year: the fall production, a contest piece for Area and State Conferences, the spring production which will take place at Memorial Hall once again this year, and the children’s performance offered to all area elementary students. Club advisers this year are: Cheryl Collins, Tory Martin, and Chris Phillips. Additional info on the troupe can be found on facebook.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Good Kind of “B.U.G.” at the Junior High



The B.U.G. – Being Unusually Good Awards have started again this school year. The Junior High staff members are watching for students to do an extraordinary deed or students that are “being unusually good”. During the months of September and October, 45 students received B.U.G. Awards from their teachers. Congratulations to: Natalie Blinn, Loretta Bontrager, Hannah Byers, Alex Daniels, Ariel Davis, John Dingman, Kaleal Ester, Tesla Fox, Patrick Garber, Brionna Greer, Ian Grice, Garrett Griffin, Kristen Grim, Alex Gunckle, Skyler Houpt, Jacob Kearney, Ryan Klopfer, Allen Klosterman, Austin Kruckeburg, Paige Lavy, Jessica Lemar, Martin Maksvytis, Kelsi Mancillas, Justice Meade, Macayla Mendoza, Bradlee Miller, Ivan Miller, Brenton Mullens, Josh Parsons, Jordan Printz, Masen Rich, Patrick Solon, Dustin Sendeza, Tessa Shell, Miranda Shiverdecker, Emma Sowers, Samarra Sucharda, Stephen Teague, Alex Vanhoose, Emily VanHorn, Cole Ward, Charles Watson, Aaron York, Austin York, and Cassidy York.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

High Five Business Winner of the Week




Taco Bell is this week's High Five Business Winner. The management team at Taco Bell were spotted by WTGR representatives supporting Wave Wednesday's as part of the ongoing High Five for Wave Pride campaign. Pictured are Jake Anderson, Melissa Lear, Shirley Mayo and Tina Carroll with Greenville City Schools Superintendent, Susie Riegle. Taco Bell will receive a pizza party donated by MARCO'S pizza as a thank you for their support of Greenville City Schools.

If you would like to join the 60+ businesses supporting Wave Wednesday's, please contact Barb at 548-3185.

GREENVILLE RETURNS HOME TO THE GWOC



Eric Spahr GWOC Commissioner visited Greenville Senior High last evening to give a formal announcement to the community that Greenville was accepted into the GWOC. His entire message can be viewed below.

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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Wave to join GWOC

It was confirmed today that the Wave will join the GWOC.
The Wave will be in the GWOC North Division with Piqua, Butler, Troy, Sidney, and Trotwood. More to follow on this topic.

Naval Science One Students Perform Well at Piqua Meet


Congratulations to the NJROTC Naval Science One Drill team for their performance at the Annual Piqua Relay for Life Drill competition last Saturday 31 Oct. Among the Twelve teams from Ohio Illinois and Indiana competing, Greenville's Unarmed Squad led by Commander Colten Forte and Unarmed Platoon Commanded by Ben Green received 3rd Place trophies. Greenville's Color Guard Commanded by Joey Adams received a 4th Place Trophy. Greenville's Drill Team Received a 4th Place Trophy in the overall competition. Congratulations again to the NJROTC First Year cadets.