Kevin Dawson- Principal
Kelly MacLean - Assistant Principal
9th and 12th grades (A-J)
Courtney Quisberg- Assistant Principal
11th and 12th grades (K-Z)
Dr. Chris Tucker- Assistant Principal/Athletic Principal
10th grades and Virtual
8:45 am to 3:45 pm
Parents & Students,
With today being our last in-person school day (remember the asynchronous expectations tomorrow!) prior to Spring Break, we’ve made it to the 3/4(ish) mark. If your grades are doing well I encourage you to keep up the good work and momentum as we approach the finish, and if the grades are struggling I want to remind you that our classes are year-long so you still have the chance to make progress!
With the ever-evolving uses of technology, I have a new school management issue to address. Do not have food delivered to the school using Door Dash, Uber Eats, etc. You are inviting unauthorized adults onto our campus and creating additional safety concerns that have to be managed, especially when they are given directions to “meet at ________ door at the back of the building.” All deliveries will be confiscated and disposed of from this day forward. (I cannot believe I really had to write this paragraph.)
As we break for a week, remember that your school issued device and school issued Google Account are monitored. Use them appropriately and be cognizant of what you search, send, and type.
The Sophomores and Juniors taking the ACT need to bring a parent note to their testing site on Tuesday in order to leave upon completion of the exam. Please do not forget!
Tuesday, March 16th will be an asynchronous day for 9th and 12th grade students. Our schedule for the week of March 15 – 19:
Monday – March 15 – Odd Numbered Courses
Tuesday – March 16 – ACT day (10th and 11th graders) – 9th and 12th will be asynchronous
Wednesday – March 17- Even Numbered Courses
Thursday – March 18 – Odd Numbered Courses
Friday – March 19 – Even Numbered Courses
*VLP students will report to the ATC (415 Harding Drive) to take the ACT on March 16th. More details will be shared directly with VLP students and families on the logistics of the day.
GHHS PTO is providing snacks for students during their ACT testing on March 16th. We need donations of individually wrapped snacks such as granola bars, cereal bars, fruit snacks, goldfish, pretzels, or any other bite-size snacks. Please drop off donations Monday or Tuesday next week or Monday the following week between the hours of 8:15 am and 4:15 pm on the table outside the GHHS front office. Mark "ACT" on the packaging.
The following students were 1st in the district, 1st in the region, AND 1st in the STATE for Cooperative Development Challenge (CDE)!!! They will go on to state convention in June to receive their plaques. Big congratulations to them: Sara Wright- 9th grade, Maddi Glenn- 10th grade, Ashley Demonbreun- 10th grade, Abby Hamblen-11th grade, Cora Jenkins- 11th grade.
We are super excited to announce that Green Hill High School’s Agriculture Department has had our very first student, Alex Marquez, accepted into Tennessee Governor’s School for Agricultural Sciences! This is a huge honor, as only 15 students get accepted each year! We are so proud of Alex and know that he will do great things!
Amie Barham has been selected to attend the 2021 Tennessee Governor’s School for Sciences & Engineering. Congratulations, Amie!
Have a wonderful Spring Break!
There will be a Collegiate Academy Student and Parent Night for current and interested students. Students can bring one parent/guardian with them. Tuesday, March 2, at 6:00 in the auditorium. You must register to attend (form found online). Deadline for incoming 9th and 10th graders is March 5th.
There will be a Collegiate Academy Student and Parent Night for current and interested students. Students can bring one parent/guardian with them. Tuesday, February 23rd, at 6:00 in the auditorium. You must register in the link below to attend. Deadline for incoming 9th and 10th graders is March 1st.
Yearbooks are on sale! They are currently $80. You can purchase them online at www.balfour.com
On Saturday, September 19th, they will go up to $85. We only pre-ordered a limited amount, so order yours today before they are gone!
Senior Salutes and Business Ads:
If you own a business and want to advertise in the First-Ever Yearbook at GHHS, OR you want an ad in the book to honor your Senior!
You can purchase an ad online at www.balfour.com
1/8 page ad $60
1/4 page ad $95
1/2 page ad $165
Full page ad $310
You can have a video attached to your ad for additional $45 with a QR code.
To order: www.balfour.com
- Click on “Shop My School”
- Type in Green Hill High School (it is fixed and says Mt. Juliet, TN now)
- Click “Yearbook Products and Ads”
- Scroll down to AD size OR if ordering yearbook, choose package desired
- You can design your own ad there
- OR you can purchase space and send us digital artwork and we will design for you.
- Pay online with credit card
- If you want to add a QR code, please contact adviser at johnsonjL@wcschools.com for assistance
Yearbook photographers can’t be everywhere, so if you’ve got great photos of school events, or of you and your friends just having fun, please share them with us.
The more photos you share, the better our yearbook will be for everyone!
It’s easy; submit your photos today! The last day to submit photos is May, 24, 2021.
TO UPLOAD PHOTOS FROM YOUR MOBILE DEVICE:
- Search for Balfour Image Share in your app marketplace
- Download the app and create your account:
- Enter your name, email and our project number 129705 .
- Check your email for a confirmation code. Enter it, select a username & password to complete your registration.
- Our upload code is GHHS2021.
**Please know that not all pictures can be used. By submitting the photos, you are giving us permission to use the photos in the yearbook.**
What's Up Wilson!
To view information about the district's upcoming Asynchronous Learning Days and Updated Grading Periods, click the link above.
Come connect with us and receive items such as food, hygiene products, shoes, and more! Click link above for more information.
It's time for another "Academic Minute!"
This week Wiley talks about the "Imagination Station STEM Bus" and the big plans it has for activities beginning in August of this year! It's never too early too get excited about STEM and Wiley is all in - your child will be too after you watch this!