Monday, November 14, 2011

Division 2 North Soccer

Hugo Vanderwalt, Austin Anthony, and Brittany Peters represented Greenville High School in the Division 2 North All Star game Sunday in Bellbrook. Also, the GHS Lady Wave Soccer team won 9 awards including a Miami Valley record 5 State Academic Awards.


The GHS NJROTC finished Fifth place at this weekend's Central Crossing Drill Meet in Columbus. The NJROTC teams competed against fourteen schools and over 500 Cadets from five states. The NJROTC Academic Team Commanded by Chad Denman placed fourth with leading scorer for the team, senior Colten Forte.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Reminder to VOTE tomorrow

Just a reminder that tomorrow is Election Day. Please take the time to exercise your right to VOTE.

For information on the Greenville City Schools Bond Issue, please visit:

Tuesday, November 1, 2011


The Greenville High School Key Club and Student Council joined forces on the afternoon of Oct. 30th to "Trick or Treat" for fish. These groups have done this project previously, and this year is no different. The students go house to house and collect food, that will in turn be given to "FISH". Thanks to the community for their efforts in helping make this service event a success. Look for us again next year!!

1st row l-r: Sam Cox, Daniel Cox, Savanna Cook, Natasha Swank, Nicole Noble, Nicole Raffel, Claire Sherman, Paige Keller, Chloe Menning, Erika Jeffers, Darpan Kaur
2nd row l-r: Taylor Amburgey, Chloe Light, Pankti Bhavsar, Jenilee Braun, Becca Braun, Caitlynn Jones, Alex Davis, Heath Marker, Cole Ward, Jeanna Gnade, and Lucas Keller

Greenville High School Student Council and Key Club Members helped work Timmy's Toss and Corn Hole Tournament on the 15th of October. The students helped with set up, sold tickets for and helped man the carnival games, and kept score for the corn hole tournament. The White family was very appreciative and grateful for the help from all of the students.
The event was held for Timmy White who is 3 years old. He lives with the terminal genetic disorder, MPS II, commonly called Hunter Syndrome. This requires weekly 4 hour enzyme infusions, numerous special doctors, special schooling and multiple therapies. MPS II is just one out of seven MPS disorders. Some have treatments. Some do not. All are terminal. All proceeds from these events will be donated to the National MPS society to further research and trials helping children survive this life-limiting genetic disorder.