Greater Clark is investing in the success of the whole student, in the classroom and on the field. As part of the district’s Strategic Plan, updates were made to various athletic facilities, including installing artificial turf football fields, new bleachers and more.
The Greater Clark County Schools Board of Trustees will hold the following board meeting through Live Stream which can be viewed at: https://www.gccschools.com/home/our-district/school-board/ on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. An expanded agenda is available to the public to view at: http://www.boarddocs.com/in/gccsin/Board.nsf/Public.
- Regular Meeting (7:00 PM) – open to the public
It’s now College Go Week! To celebrate, many colleges are waiving application fees for this week only. Check out the below links to learn about how to prepare for college, financial aid and more.
The Call and Learn toll-free hotline provides one-on-one help to Indiana students by linking them with volunteer retired teachers.
Students and parents can call 877-40-STUDY (877-407-8839) toll-free to request assistance from a volunteer educator. The Call & Learn Hotline is open from 1:00 p.m. EST – 5 p.m. EST, Tuesday through Thursday.
The votes have been counted, and it’s official.
Jeffersonville High School is the BEST SCHOOL in Clark County.
Greater Clark won a total of three Clark County Readers’ Choice Awards. Utica Elementary teacher Hilda Kendrick was named Best Educator. Jeffersonville High School coaches Danny Struck (wrestling) and Derek Ellis (baseball) tied for Best Coach.
The Greater Clark County Schools Board of Trustees will hold the following board meetings at the Administration Building, 2112 Utica-Sellersburg Road, Jeffersonville, Indiana, on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. An expanded agenda is available to the public to view at: https://www.gccschools.com/home/our-district/school-board/.
- Executive Session (5:30 PM) – not open to the public
- Regular Meeting (6:00 PM) – open to the public
- Board of Finance Meeting (Immediately Following the Regular Board Meeting) – open to the public
Amazon employees donated 10,000 face shields – valued at over $25,000 – to Greater Clark County Schools to help keep students and staff safe.
So much has changed over the last month as we deal with the realities of the Covid-19 virus. We are all living with uncertainty, isolation, and worry about our health and the health of our loved ones, making it easy to feel stressed and overwhelmed. Whether you are students, parents, family members or staff, your Greater Clark family wants to thank you for your patience as we navigate these