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  • Principal's Update 12.3

    Parents & Students,

    Final exams for 9 weeks courses will be October 3rd (Quarter 1).

    Reminder for parents: we do not accept outside food deliveries, including parents bringing in fast food to students. This is not new for this year, we have never accepted them. Thank you!

    Green Hill High School and Mt. Juliet High School would like to offer their first-ever “Hometown Rivalry” Shirt. A donation from each shirt sold will go towards the Wilson County Family Resource Center, which helps students and their families in our schools. Both schools would like to “Thank You” for helping us give back to our community! https://link.zixcentral.com/u/c060b670/nJVboPdA7RGYFOLLBW1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fsei.printavo.com%2Fmerch%2Fmjvsghhs

    Below is the link to this week's news episode, as well as the link to tonight's football broadcast:

    News: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/1a4636c7/PBNcoPdA7RGYFOLLBW1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fyoutu.be%2Fd03dRcxuAeY

    Broadcast: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/a4afd169/6HVcoPdA7RGYFOLLBW1nPA?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwebca.st%2F214971

    Class of 2023 Graduation:

    The Class of 2023 will graduate on May 20th at 2:00 at the MTSU Murphy Center.

    Junior ASVAB:

    Green Hill High School will be administering the ASVAB assessment instrument to all Junior students, which is part of the ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP). This test will take place on Tuesday, October 18th. This test is an invaluable tool to help your student with his/her future educational and career plans.

    The ASVAB CEP will help your student:

    ● Learn about themselves and the world of work

    ● Explore occupations within their area(s) of interests and skills

    ● Develop an effective strategy to realize their career and educational goals

    Students will complete a multiple choice aptitude test that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success. This includes an interest inventory that measures work-related interests. Finally, students have the opportunity to utilize a career catalog with occupational data and planning tools to find satisfying occupations based on their results. 

    One of the scores of the ASVAB is the military services’ entrance score which your student can use to explore career options in the military. By no means is your child obligated to military service as the ASVAB is designed to allow exploration of both military and civilian jobs. Therefore, should you wish to explore further options with the military, you will need to contact the military branch of your choice. 

    The school has elected not to release the scores to the military. 

    For more information about the ASVAB CEP, visit www.asvabprogram.com and click on the Parent tab. Juniors will be allowed to leave after the completion of the test if they bring a signed parent note on the date of the test. The parent note must be submitted to the test administrator on the test day.

    Shout Outs:

    I received this message from a parent and I want to share one of the outstanding things our students are part of, I am so grateful for these student-athletes… 

    “The GHHS Baseball team volunteers every Thursday with Special Needs adult baseball games at the little league field. Oh my goodness you would be so proud to see Corbin pitching to them - he knows each one (30+ players) and just how they like their pitch, he laughs with them and if they don't hit the ball, he says "my fault, you got this”. The Special Need's parents come and personally thank Corbin for his time and kindness.  All the GHHS athletes know them by name too and help with helmet & bat fittings, running the bases and fielding with them. The laughs, the smiles, the high fives are endless!”

    With a strong start to the bowling season, our Hawks defeated Gallatin 20-3! 

    Reaghan Ard, Hayden Giuttari, and Atticus Belcher were invited to and attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference.

     

    *The inventor of the umbrella wanted to call it a “brella” BUT, he hesitated.*

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  • Herff Jones Senior Presentation on QR code.

    Cap and Gown Order Deadline is November 15, 2022 order yours at www.highschool.herffjones.com or scan the QR code

    Graduation Announcements Website will open soon!

    Lettermen Jackets and Classrings can be ordered at www.section16strategies.com or scanning the QR code.

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  • Parking Information 2022-2023

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  • Wilson County Driver Procedures

    **PLEASE NOTE** Parents must re-apply each year. Once approved, your application is valid from July 1st through June 30th.

    Parent Drivers

    A parent driver is a non-employee parent chaperone that will be transporting students for field trips, athletic events, or other school activities.  To be approved to transport students, the parent driver MUST:

    Go to Raptor Site  to obtain a background clearance through Raptor at a cost of $5.00 that you will pay thru the website. Next complete the background clearance steps and you will need a copy of the following to upload into Raptor:

     Driver approvals will be submitted to the school principal to disseminate to the appropriate Athletic Director, Coach, and/or Club Sponsor.

     Employee Drivers

    An employee driver is an active Wilson County School’s employee that will be transporting students for field trips, athletic events, or other school activities.  To be approved to transport students, the employee driver MUST:

    Go to Raptor Site  to obtain a background clearance through Raptor. Make sure on Step 4 (Functions)to check the box “Employee Driver”. Next complete the background clearance steps and you will need a copy of the following to upload into Raptor:

    Driver approvals will be submitted to the school principal to disseminate to the appropriate Athletic Director, Coach, and/or Club Sponsor.

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School Information

What's Up Wilson!

  • District Receives Great Designation From TDOE & 2021-2022 Reward Schools Announced

    We are very excited to announce that Wilson County Schools has been designated as an “Advancing District” by the Tennessee Department of Education.  This designation places the district among the higher tier of academic performing districts across the entire state. This designation was based on various data points from the 2021-2022 school year. When taking into account the disruptions that COVID had caused in previous years, this designation is something to be extremely proud of.

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  • PUBLIC NOTICE: Work Session and Regular Board Meeting

    The Wilson County Board of Education Work Session scheduled for September 29, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. has been rescheduled for October 3, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon TN  37087 due to conflicts in scheduling. The Work Session is for informational purposes only. No actions are taken, or voted on, by the Board at the Work Session. The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a Regular Board Meeting on October 3, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon TN  37087.   The purpose of the Board Meeting will be to discuss any matters legally brought before the Board.  At this meeting the Board of Education will consider and vote on an extension of the contract for the Director of Schools.  This will be the first item on the meeting agenda.

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  • Free Adult English Classes

    Wilson County Schools is offering FREE Adult English Classes!  Please click the link above to complete the form below to receive more information.  You do not have to be a parent to participate….anyone is welcome to attend!

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  • Affordable Connectivity Program

    The Affordable Connectivity Program, provides eligible households up to $30/month toward their internet bills, as well as a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet. All households with a child who was approved to receive free or reduced price school meals.

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