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WELCOME TO OUR NEW TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR

We are very pleased to welcome Ann Marie Ireland as our new Transportation Supervisor. Ann Marie joins us from Salem Central School District with a strong Transportation and Education background. We are very excited to have her on our team. Please feel free to stop by and introduce yourself. For transportation questions, Ms. Ireland can be reached at (518) 692-9542 ext. 6401.

Greenwich Guide to Healthy Food and Snacks in the Classroom

The Greenwich Central School District policy and Wellness Committee encourage staff and parents to provide students with healthy options and alternatives to food snacks at events such as school-wide celebrations, classroom parties and lessons involving food.

Greenwich Guide to Healthy Food and Snacks in the Classroom-

To support this wellness initiative we reached out Elizabeth Hoffman, Program Coordinator Creating Healthy Schools and Communities Health Promotion Center of Glens Falls Hospital.  She shared some additional resources:

Healthy & Active Parties

Healthy Celebrations 

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Healthy School Celebration Ideas for Teachers (1)

Healthy Snack and Beverage Ideas

Healthy-Non-Food-Rewards

Rewards Kids Will Crave

USDA Smart Snacks and Copycat Snacks. bright colorspub

Please feel free to contact your building principal or school nurse with additional questions about healthy school snacks.

Washington County Fair Closed to the public today (8/21/19)

The Fair released the following statement following a briefing this morning with their Board, our Public Safety team and our partners at the National Weather Service in Albany:

Due to the weather the Washington County Fair is closed to the public Today – Tomorrow the fair will be honoring Senior Day!
– $6 Veteran’s Day
– $6 Senior Day

We will continue to support the Fair staff and operations (livestock shows and a few other events are continuing and their are still many personnel and others on the grounds) with EM support as we are expecting a busy weather afternoon / evening, the Communications operations have been relocated to the County 911 Center for the remainder of the day.

If you have any questions or need anything additional, please reach out to our team and let us know.

Regards,
Tim


Timothy R. Hardy, ENP
Deputy Director

WASHINGTON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
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Weather Cancels FFA Event

Tonight’s Greenwich FFA Chicken BBQ and Barn Tour at the Washington County have been cancelled due to expected hazardous weather conditions.

Greenwich Summer Science week

During Greenwich Summer Science week students, with Mr. Herrington and Mr. Andrew visited Andland Farm, Champlain’s South Bay, Howe’s Caverns, and Salem Fish & Game. We spent time hiking, fishing, exploring and learning! It was a wonderful week and we already look forward to Summer Science Program 2020!

    

More Greenwich Track and Field Stars To Continue Careers in College

Other GCS track and field athletes have been featured for signing to attend NCAA Division I and II schools, while the standouts, below, will participate at the Division III level next year.  All three will add big boosts to there new teams.

 

Lucia D’ Acchille is the daughter of Jerry and Lisa D’ Acchille. She will attend St. Lawrence University, in Canton, NY and will participate in track and field for the Saints.

 

In indoor and outdoor track and field, at Greenwich Central HS, Lucia qualified for a combined five New York State Championship meets in individual hurdling events. She is the school record holder in the 400M hurdles (66.17) and was 3rd in Division 2 at the 2019 State Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 100M hurdles.

 

 

Annabel Gregg is the daughter of Peter Gregg, Donna Frank Moore and John Moore. Annabel will attend Hunter College, in New York City, and participate in cross country and track and field for the Hawks.

 

Annabel has a best 1500M time of 4:50 and as an eighth grader, participated in the Junior High Indoor Track and Field Nationals, in the mile. She also helped the Witches in winning three State Championships in cross country.

 

Matt Smith is the son of Lisa and Chuck Smith. Matt will attend Shenandoah University, in Winchester, Virginia.and participate in track and field.

 

In 2019, his senior year, Matt was the most versatile performer on the boys outdoor track and field team. He both triple-jumped and threw the shot put over 40 feet. He also anchored the 4x400M relay team in 54 seconds at the Wasaren League Championships, to help the team to a second place finish out of the unseeded heat. Matt will likely participate in the decathlon for the Hornets.

 

 

 

More Greenwich Track & Field Stars to Continue Careers in College

Other GCS track and field athletes have been featured for signing to attend NCAA Division I and II schools, while the standouts, below, will participate at the Division III level next year.  All three will add big boosts to there new teams.

 

Lucia D’ Acchille is the daughter of Jerry and Lisa D’ Acchille. She will attend St. Lawrence University, in Canton, NY and will participate in track and field for the Saints.

 

In indoor and outdoor track and field, at Greenwich Central HS, Lucia qualified for a combined five New York State Championship meets in individual hurdling events. She is the school record holder in the 400M hurdles (66.17) and was 3rd in Division 2 at the 2019 State Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the 100M hurdles.

 

 

Annabel Gregg is the daughter of Peter Gregg, Donna Frank Moore and John Moore. Annabel will attend Hunter College, in New York City, and participate in cross country and track and field for the Hawks.

 

 

Annabel has a best 1500M time of 4:50 and as an eighth grader, participated in the Junior High Indoor Track and Field Nationals, in the mile. She also helped the Witches in winning three State Championships in cross country.

 

Matt Smith is the son of Lisa and Chuck Smith. Matt will attend Shenandoah University, in Winchester, Virginia.and participate in track and field.

 

In 2019, his senior year, Matt was the most versatile performer on the boys outdoor track and field team. He both triple-jumped and threw the shot put over 40 feet. He also anchored the 4x400M relay team in 54 seconds at the Wasaren League Championships, to help the team to a second place finish out of the unseeded heat. Matt will likely participate in the decathlon for the Hornets.

 

 

Greenwich Central School 4th Quarter Honor Roll 2018-2019

Greenwich Central School 4th Quarter Honor Roll 2018-2019

 

High Honors – 89.5 and above

 

7th Grade: Molly Abate, Kiley Allen, Emilee Archer, Sydney Baptie, Jennifer Barbur,

Seth Boddery, Sophia Boice, Matthew Conlin, Noah Davis, Jackson Fortier, Alexis Herbst, Brodie Hunt, Caroline Kelly, Keira Kirk, Honora LaRock, Marcus Littell, Hunter Logan, Kylie Lundberg, Elizabeth Marci, Allison McQueen, Evan Merrill, Esther Moore,

Lily Nichols, James Perry, Joshua Poovey, Adrianna Rojas, Kelsy Smith, Gwenyth Smyth, Lipsha Stark, Eli Strasswimmer, Dorothy Van Pelt, Simone Waters

 

8th Grade:  Catharine Abate, Aidan Armitage, Reese Autiello, Bailey Bain, Alexander Baker, Nathaniel Baker, Kyra Balentine, Erica Bennett, Bradley Brophy, Kaydance Brownell, Kathryn Campbell, Keegan Collins, Megan Cross, Blake Demianenko,

MacKenzie Dixson, Graham Genevick, Joshua Ginart, Maya Gobin, Ava Hamilton,

Dutch Hamilton, Aidan Jones, Declan Kelleher, Maeve Kelleher, Kaitlyn Lavoo, Antonia Levitas, Kadyn MacNeil, Mia Manera, Grace McFarren, Carrie Mueller, Jessica Newell,

Norah Niesz, Pablo Palacios, Zoe Perkins, Morgan Randall, Rhiley Sausville, Sarah Schmitt, Kathryn Snell, Jocelyn Spiezio, Sarah Todd, Roxy Vanderhoff, Christian

VanDoren, Brian Wells Jr., Matthew White, Teagan Wright, Jacob Ziehm

 

9th Grade:  Gavin Blair, Danielle Boyea, Madigan Carner, Lauren Chuhta, Tayler Cristaldi, Lola Davidson, Luke Demianenko, Hunter Dixson, Shea Fortier, Emma French, Ciarrah Hebert, Gareth Hill, Alexandra Holmes, Faith Ingber, Francesca Levitas, Kyra Littlecreek-Murphy, Lauren Marci, Ellery Mays, Lily McCauliffe, Caitlyn McClay, Aidan McPhail, Molly Morse-Belcher, Jenna Olmert, Lilly Peck, Jordynn Perry, Emily Scieszka, Nina Sgambelluri, Emily Skiff, Ryan Skiff, Alyssa Spiezio, Peter Stone,

Olivia Strope, Zachary Wiss, Haley Zanella

 

10th Grade:  George Denaker, Damien Dubois, David Gabriel, Charles Gartner, William Hamilton, Faith Hewitt, Ramona Jordan, Kyle Karp, Sydney Loveland, Julian Mattison, Tess Merrill,  Travis Michel, Dillon Niles, Jake Owens, Nicholas Rodd, Austin Smith,

Isabelle Solan, Abigail Sova, Sophia Traver, Tyler Ziehm

 

11th Grade:  Thomas Abate, Aidan Abernathy, Erin Armitage, Alyssa Bigness, Colin Bouchard, Madelyn Brophy, Damon Brownell, Isabella Cary, Quinn Collins, Emma Cronin, Joseph Dziewulski, Henry Gartner, Matthew Ginart, Keilana MacNeil, Callagh Mays, Liam Niesz, Grant Peck, Carly Rogers, Trinity Sanders, Brooke Smith, Arianna Spiezio, Jaydah Talmadge, Shauna Wasielewski, Brooke Wright, Brynne Wright,

Michael Wright, James Young

 

12th Grade:  Hope Billings, Ryan Brownell, Yanary Champagnie, Lucia D’Acchille, Lauren DeSorbe, Maximus Dixson, Georgiana Douglas, Mary Gallaway, Annabel Gregg,

Marquita Gutasy, Ashley Gwin, Peyton Howard, Eliza Jordan, Liam Kelleher, Thomas Kestler, Madison Loveland, Kylee Masse, Amber Mattison, Daniel Newell, Jakob Niles,

Maggie O’Connor, Nicholas Pett, Emily Reiszel, Helen Smith, Olivia Snell, Sara Stewart,

John Walsh

Honors – 84.- 89.4

 

7th Grade:  Noah Bosford, Nicholas Campbell, Hudson Carnahan, Christopher Doughty, Jr.,  Sara Douglas, Jack Godfrey, Miguel Gonzalez, Lindsey Kurz, Allison Michel, Anthony Perry, Mia Sausville, Lexleigh Shaw, Paul Sievers, Grant Traver, Aidan Waite

 

8th Grade:  Jasmine Brammer, Lindsey Carpenter, Elizabeth Coltey, Megan Cronin,

Claudia Hall, Colin Hughes, Parker Jamieson, McKenzie Manney, Reegan Mullen,

Megan Randall, Arana Reyes Reece Saunders, Autumn Sequin, Evan Smith, McKenna Smith, John Wade, Gabriel Waite, Joelle Webb

 

9th Grade:  Samuel Andrews, Reagan Bittel, Nadia Chincola, Emilia Esteban-Tomas,

Mary Estramonte, Jackson Javurek, Katie Larmon, Alexis Seacord, Haylee Simmons,

Madison Snell, Clyde Van Pelt, Garrett Wardwell

 

10th Grade:  Aydin Bain, Madeline Baker, Skyler Balentine, Tristan Bass, Ashton Brodowsky, Molly Brophy, Cole Brown, Bruce Gregg, Ryan Hawrysz, Jenna Hogan,

Ryan Jones, Andrew LeBarron, Allison Lundberg, Elizabeth O’Konski, Rebecca Schmitt,

Isaac Sievers, Dylan Skiff, Dylan, Connor Smith, Benjamin Sova

 

11th Grade:  Christopher Albrecht, Faith Alheim, Skye Ciccarone, Maya Dean, Hannah Elsworth, Cody Fortin, Katrina Hall, Dale Hayes, Samuel Howard, Liam Kennedy,

Daniel Lucia, Lauren Maines, Gabriel Mann, Adam Newell, Luke Pemrick, Connor Record, Lillian Smith, Mollie Stalter, Emily Steltz, Jenna Wilbur, Jennifer Wilbur, Jeremy Zanella

 

12th Grade:  Reed Boduch, Evan Carpenter, Penelope Crawford, Courtney Fraher,

Philip Grimes, Jack Lundberg, Tyler Murray, Avery Smith, Jennifer Sprague, Matthew Telesco, Carrissa Wardwell

Way to Bee Kind!

Greenwich High School coming together to 🐝 Kind.

Recycle

Thank you Greenwich sixth grade students who collected the middle grade building’s recycling every week this year.

They often missed recess to complete this important work. THANK YOU SIXTH GRADERS

 

GCS Girls Track & Field Athletes Star in Championship Meets

GCS Girls Track & Field Athletes Star in Championship Meets-

Greensboro, NC, June 13-16; Greenwich's Brynne and Teagan Wright continued
their strong track seasons at the New Balance Nationals. In conditions that saw the
heat index rise to 96 degrees, with steam rising from the track, junior Brynne
Wright placed 12 th in the 2000M Steeplechase. Her time of 7:06.28 was just off her
school record time of 7:04.77. Eighth grader Teagan Wright was 15 th in the junior
high mile, with a time of 5:18.89. This is equivalent to a 4:55.36 1500M, the
distance that New York State girls typically run.
Taconic Hills, NY, 6/23- Eighth grade GCS throwers Kiersten Alling and Keegan
Collins dominated the USA Track and Field Adirondack Junior Olympics.
Throwing in the 13-14 age group, Alling (14) won the shot put (37' 6”) and the
discus (96' 3”). Collins (13) was 2 nd in the shot put (29' 9 1/2”) and 3 rd in the
discus (58' 6”).

 

Greenwich 1st Graders Work With High School Art Partners

Here are some pictures of a collaboration project with Mrs. Moore’s 1st grade class and Mrs. Hamilton’s ceramics class in the high school.

The first graders created monster drawings and the ceramic students had to choose one to recreate. Once they were completed we gave them to the 1st graders to take home!

 

Greenwich 6th Graders Show Off Shirts

The 6th grade class would like to thank the Greenwich PTSA for our awesome T-shirts. We would also like to thank them for hosting a great end of elementary school picnic for us.

Thank you PTSA!!

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