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GREENWICH 45, STILLWATER 41
League: Wasaren League
Stillwater;8;13;10;10 — 41
Greenwich;9;11;12;13 — 45
JV: Stillwater won.
I would like to thank the community for their support of this project. The plan covers maintenance items, addresses our commitment to the development of the whole child, makes handicapped accessibility on campus a priority, and includes several health, safety and security items for our campus. Thank you for your continued support of our students and programs.
The New York State Sportswriters Association announced its all-state team on Tuesday.
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Today, December 11, 2018, from 8:00am – 8:00pm in the Primary Gym
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Help Support Greenwich FBLA. Have football fans? Know someone who wants to go to an NFL Jets game this December?
The NY Jets professional football team has special offer that is available for all GCS students, faculty, family and friends.
Purchase a ticket to the NY Jets’ December 15th or December 23rd game and GCS FBLA will receive a portion of the proceeds.
Just click on the attached link to order tickets online. Thank you in advance for support to our organization. Greenwich Future Business Leaders of America
GREENWICH 88, SCHOHARIE 51
2P 3P FT TP
Palmatier 1 0 4 6
Lehoe 2 4 2 18
Williams 5 0 0 10
Vangasbeck 3 0 0 6
Carter 3 0 0 6
Faganani 0 0 1 1
Smallwood 0 0 1 1
Schlifter 1 0 1 3
Totals 15 4 9 51
2P 3P FT TP
Marquita Gutasy 3 0 2 8
Molly Brophy 10 5 3 38
Tess Merrill 4 0 0 8
Isabella Cary 4 0 0 8
Faith Hewitt 3 1 2 11
Lauren DeSorbe 1 0 0 2
Maddy Brophy 2 1 2 9
Emma Brophy 2 0 0 4
Totals 29 7 9 88
Schoharie 8 15 11 17 — 51
Greenwich 22 23 28 15 — 88
Other stats: Molly Brophy (Gre) 8 rebounds. Merrill (Gre) 8 rebounds.
JV: Greenwich won.
Greenwich Central School
December 3rd, 2018
Santa Claus is Coming to Town
On Saturday, December 1st, nearly one-hundred Greenwich FFA, FBLA and NHS members in conjunction with the Greenwich Elks Club held a very successful Breakfast with Santa. Members of the Greenwich Elks Club volunteered to cook a delicious pancake and sausage breakfast that was served to those who attended the event by members of the National Honor Society. FFA and FBLA members assisted the children with the creation of multiple take-home crafts. In attendance were local craft vendors as well as Greenwich FBLA who sold Greenwich clothing, paraphernalia and Make-A-Wish stars that benefit the local Make a Wish children. Mr. Cliff Oliver snapped the perfect camera moments as children lined up to meet Santa and share with him their Christmas wish lists. Pooh’s Corner Singers treated the event attendees by singing Christmas carols. The Greenwich Fire Department was instrumental in escorting Santa from an undisclosed location to the event. The department remained on standby to return Santa to his reindeer and sleigh at a moment’s notice should an emergency arise at the North Pole.
Thank you to Cliff Oliver, Steve Patrick, Stewart’s Shops, the Greenwich Elks, Pooh’s Corner Singers, the Greenwich Fire Department and of course, Santa, for making this year’s breakfast a huge success. All proceeds raised from this community event will benefit Greenwich’s Operation Santa along with many other community projects throughout the upcoming year.
Jennifer Barbur – 7th
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Greenwich Jr/Sr High School Announces Fall 2018
Scholar Athlete Teams and Individuals
Greenwich, NY, November 27, 2018
The Greenwich Junior-Senior High School community is proud of our school’s long tradition of academic and athletic excellence. During the just completed fall 2018 athletic season, three varsity teams fielded by the Greenwich Central School District were designated as Scholar Athlete Teams. To achieve this designation, a team must have had 75% of the varsity players earn a grade point average of 90% or higher.
The Scholar Athlete Team designation demonstrates that the majority of the student athletes at GCS are fulfilling our school purpose of producing well rounded, active, healthy, and motivated young adults ready to achieve at the highest level when they move on from our school. Congratulations to the students, coaches, and teachers whose hard work and commitment to excellence led to these honors!
Below are the teams that earned the NYSPHSAAA Scholar Athlete Team designation.
Girls Cross Country
Boys Cross Country
In addition to the team recognition, the following student athletes earned individual designation as a New York State Scholar Athlete (had a GPA of 90% or better for the first marking period).
Scholar Athlete Teams and Scholar Athlete Individuals:
Varsity Girls Cross Country – Nadia Chincola, Quinn Collins, Tayler Cristaldi, Emma Cronin, Annabel Gregg, Ramona Jordan, Nina Sgambelluri, Emily Skiff, Brooke Wright, Brynne Wright, Teagan Wright, Haley Zanella
Varsity Boys Cross Country – Andrew Conlin, Peyton Howard, Peter Stone, Jacob Ziehm
Varsity Girls Soccer – Cate Abate, Molly Brophy, Mary Estramonte, Ashley Gwin, Faith Hewitt, Faith Inger, Katie Larmon, Antonia Levitas, Madison Loveland, Lauren Marci, Tess Merrill, Olivia Strope.
Scholar Athlete Individuals only:
Varsity Field Hockey – Mackenzie Dixson, Eliza Jordan, Sydney Loveland, Kylee Masse, Morgan Randall, Oliva Snell, Isabelle Solan, Arianna Spiezio, Carrissa Wardwell
Varsity Boys Golf – Reed Boduch, Bradley Brophy, Jake Owens, Connor Record, Tyler Ziehm
Varsity Girls Tennis – Madelyn Brophy, Shea Fortier, Callagh Mays, Brooke Smith, Katie Snell
Varsity Boys Soccer – Thomas Abate, Aidan Abernathy, Madigan Carner, Evan Carpenter, Hunter Dixson, Charles Gartner, Henry Gartner, Liam Kelleher, Liam Niesz, Andrew Rymph
Varsity Football – Gavin Blair, Colin Bouchard, Jackson Javurek, William Hamilton, Jesse Kuzmich, Aidan McPhail, John Walsh
Varsity Cheering – Kyra Balentine, Sydney Baptie, Sara Douglas, Kaitlyn Lavoo
Annual Greenwich Breakfast with Santa
December 1st, 2018
Santa is coming to Greenwich!! The Annual Greenwich Breakfast with Santa event will be held on Saturday, December 1st, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. at the Greenwich Elks Club on Route 40 in Greenwich.
As always Santa is due to arrive by fire engine courtesy of the Greenwich Fire Department at approximately 8:00 a.m. The cost is $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for children under 10 – tickets are available at the door. The breakfast is a family style pancake breakfast cooked by the Greenwich Elks Club.
Children will have the opportunity to get their picture taken with Santa, make holiday crafts, create Christmas cards, and write Christmas Lists to Santa. The FFA, FBLA and local vendors will also have Holiday decorations, GCS Clothing and other craft items for sale. The Pooh’s Corner Preschool will also be on hand to spread some cheer as they sing some Christmas carols.
The event is sponsored by the Greenwich Women’s Service Club in association with the Greenwich Central School District’s FFA, FBLA and National Honor Society Clubs. The proceeds from the event go towards Operation Santa and local Community projects.
The Greenwich Fire Department will be hosting the nationally recognized Stop the Bleed® training seminar on Wednesday, November 28th (7pm), at the Greenwich VFW, 63 Abeel Ave, Greenwich. Launched in October 2015, Stop the Bleed® is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency due to a home or workplace accident before professional help arrives. You may have seen a reference to this popular program recently on “60 Minutes”.
This fast moving seminar will include:
- Introduction by Washington County Sheriff Jeffery Murphy.
- Presentation by Albany Medical Center Paramedic Tom Moran (1/2 hour).
- Participants will have the opportunity to practice applying a tourniquet and pressure dressing to professional trauma trainers. CPR / AED trainers will also be available (1/2 hour).
Injury results from a wide variety of causes, including accidents or intentional harm, and in a wide variety of locations. Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma. The greater the number of people who know how to control bleeding in an injured patient, the greater the chances of surviving. You can help save a life by knowing how to stop bleeding if someone, including yourself, is injured.
The program should last no longer than 1.5 hours. In order that we have adequate practice supplies for all who attend, please reply to this email with the number of projected attendees. There is no charge for this program.
Thank you in advance for considering attending this important program.
Greenwich Fire Department
Contact: Michael White, Fire Chief
518.692.9002 – firehouse