Bethany Wilson, Principal
Jordan Simpkins, Assistant Principal
Kelly Vallas, Assistant Principal
8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Gladeville Middle School is opened and we are so proud to be a part of the Gladeville Community. Please check back regularly for updates and announcements regarding School events, athletics & our clubs/programs.
Spreading Kindness in Wilson County
Gladeville Middle School particpated in the challenge issued by Wilco Sparks of Kindness on Facebook. The challenge was to spread kindness in Wilson County. We made motivational posters for students who have testing this week. We went to Rutland Elementary and Gladeville Elementary to encourage the students as they entered the building. They were greeted with "Good Morning", High Fives and Fist Bumps. It was too much fun and great way to Spread Kindness is Wilson County.
Gladeville Middle supports Books from Birth Fundraiser
Gladeville Middle School Administration and Staff participated in the Wilson Books from Birth Imagination Dinner on April 11th. What a fun night and a fantastic cause to support. Our table theme was Wizard of Oz, There is no place like the Glade and we are already planning for next year!
Questions about Enrollment or Registration
The first step is to make sure you fill out all the proper enrollment and registration forms and submit online. You can access the forms by clicking this link Enrollment and Registration Forms.
If you have any questions our Attendance/Registrar will be happy to help, you can email Laurie Green at email@example.com
What's Up Wilson!
Parents who would like to request an “out of zone” transfer for next school year will be able to submit an application, starting February 1, 2020. This includes all teachers and staff, who work for the district. Open Enrollment runs from February 1 - February 28, for the 2020-2021 school calendar year. Eight Schools are eligible for an open transfer, including the new Green Hill High School, which will open in August.
It's time for another "Academic Minute!"
This week, Wiley is here to tell you about an amazing event coming up very soon!
For the past 12 years, Wilson County Schools has been selected to participate in the Superintendent’s Art Show at the Frist Art Museum in downtown Nashville.
Our fabulous art teachers are allowed to select two pieces of art from each grade or course to be on display at the Frist for two weeks. This year, the show will start on January 25 and end on February 9. Our Director of Schools, Dr. Donna Wright, will address parents and students multiple times at a reception on Saturday, February 1.
Schools will provide you with the specific time for your child to attend the reception.
It's a wonderful and fun opportunity to embrace the visual arts! Wilson County Schools has many talented young artists that we celebrate and showcase during this show. You will be able to head up to the second floor to see student artwork on display and take some pictures. The show is open for anyone wanting to come support our students and visual art teachers. So, let’s all gain a little “Culture” and support the visual arts by attending the show!