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  • The Wilson County Schools ESL Welcome Center is now open and ready to serve families with other background languages. It is located in the Adult Learning Center at the Administrative Training Center, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087. 

    Arabic and Spanish translators are available to assist families with school registrations, acquiring school documents, and orientation to schools.

    The Welcome Center offers ESL classes for 17 - 18 year olds and Adult English classes. Hours of operation include Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and Thursdays 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. If you need assistance at another time, please call to make an appointment.

    El Centro de Bienvenida de inglés como segundo idioma de las Escuelas del Condado de Wilson está ahora abierta y lista para servir a las familias con otros idiomas de fondo. Está ubicado en el Centro de Aprendizaje para Adultos en el ATC. Hay traductores de árabe y español disponibles para ayudar a las familias con las inscripciones escolares, la adquisición de documentos escolares y la orientación a las escuelas. El Centro de Bienvenida ofrece clases de ESL para jóvenes de 17 a 18 años y clases de inglés para adultos. El horario de atención incluye los martes de 9:00 a 11:00 y los jueves de 1:30 a 3:30. Si necesita asistencia en otro horario, llame para hacer una cita.

    Contact information (información de contacto):

    Julie Harrison
    (ESL Director) Directora ESL

    Mariam Khalil
    (Arabic Interpreter) Intérprete de árabe

    Yeissa Irizarry
    (Spanish Interpreter) Intérprete de español

    Welcome Center


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  • Principal's Update 13.1


    I am constantly telling people about how wonderful our students are at Green Hill, but considering the events of the past week those comments would be (and have been) called into question. Some of that is warranted based on the fact that in these 5 days we dealt with a fire in a trash can, a fight, bullying via social media, and a threat. I will add that appropriate discipline has occurred for all of the aforementioned behaviors.

    I choose to take the approach of transparency for the purpose of drawing in parents to be allies in building the character and behaviors of our students; that being the case, the optics of the school suffers. I have been quite frustrated over the past few days, and slightly disheartened about our student population, so I pulled the discipline data to see how widespread the issues have become. I am going to share some of that information with you now. I removed being tardy/skipping from the numbers, minus those the total remaining number of students we have had disciplined for behaviors this school year is 33; we have 1622 students. The other side of this is we have a small number of students (2% to be precise) who are making the other 98% look bad.

    The reality is that there are some areas that need to be tightened up, and tighten up we will. When issues of discipline arise, we are sure to follow the Code of Conduct. While it is impossible to prevent all of the poor choices kids will make, they typically will not make them when they feel monitored (which is why the majority of issues occur in the restrooms). Everyone here is dedicated to making the environment one that students feel safe, valued and supported in, and we will increase our measures to try to make that occur. I will continue to be transparent because I feel a community approach to our students is the best approach.

    FAFSA Information:

    The School Counseling Office will be hosting a second FAFSA workshop to assist seniors and their parents in completing their FAFSA.  The FAFSA is the application for the HOPE Lottery Scholarship and is also required for TN Promise.  In order to make this process as easy as possible for you, please sign up for a 30 min appointment on Wednesday, December 1st   4:00 – 6:30pm in the GHHS cafeteria.

    *Note that the deadline for FAFSA submission is February 1, 2022 in order to maintain TN Promise qualification*

    Please sign up for an appointment by clicking the link below:


    GH Theatre:

    Next week, the Hawk Theater Department will be holding auditions and crew interviews for the spring play, Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook. Performances will be February 25th (6:00), 26th (6:00), and 27th (2:00). 

    AUDITIONS will take place next week on November 15th, 16th, and 18th from 4:00-6:00 in Ms. Baker's Room A403 next to the theater. If you are interested in auditioning or being on the crew for this show, please click this link:


    Also, please come out and see the Hawk Theater production of A Christmas Carol Radio Play on December 3rd (6:00), 4th (6:00), and 5th (2:00). Tickets will be available on GoFan the week of the show. Tickets are starting at $5.00!

    Senior Fees:

    Here is the online link: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/58bc8280/SqSKsvdD7BGWgrnGhnsoMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fhighschool.herffjones.com%2Fsecom%2Fschool%2FTN%2FGreen%2520Hill%2520High%2520School%2F41108739111%2F4988%2Fbuildpackage%2F2 

    Shout Outs:

    There are A LOT! We have some pretty amazing students doing some pretty amazing things.

    The Green Hill cheerleading team beat 24 teams at the TSSAA state competition ending up in 5th place in the state. Great job, ladies! Way to represent!

    Model UN Accolades… 

    Conference Awards

    • Abby Hill and Madelyn Sheehy were recognized by the adults at the conference as Outstanding Delegates in the General Assembly. They will be invited to participate in a virtual showcase in December.
    • Owen Latta was recognized as one of two Outstanding Members of the Department of Global Communications.


    • Ava Foley was elected Secretary-General. The Secretary-General is the highest position at the conference, the student leader. She will set the tone and direction of next year's conference.
    • Mya Foley was elected General Assembly Liaison. She will assist the presiding officers in the GA to count and record votes, manage paperwork, and assist delegates.
    • Alliese Bonner was elected Security Council Liaison. She will assist the Security Council President and other delegates while representing one of the countries on the Security Council.
    • Owen Latta was elected Managing Director of the Department of Global Communications, which is the position that coordinates the work of the DGC and press members.
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  • Check out the new GHHS Fundraising page for all your Hawk needs!


    GHHS Fundraising

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  • Free and Reduced Meal Application

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  • Returning Student Registration & New Student Enrollment Information 2021-2022

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  • English Language Learner Student Registration Night for Parents

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  • Enrollment for New Students - 21-22

    Pre-Enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year for NEW students to Wilson County is now available.  Follow the instructions below for the online portion of enrollment through Skyward.  Once you have completed and submitted to the district, someone will reach out from the school to finalize the enrollment. 



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  • ESL Welcome Center

    The Wilson County Schools ESL Welcome Center is now open and ready to serve families with other background languages. Click the link above for times, location, and more information.

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  • WCS Mask/Face Covering Update: November 3, 2021

    Due to a continuous downward trend in COVID-19 cases, the Board of Education has approved a recommendation from Director of Schools, Mr. Jeff Luttrell that our district’s mask/face covering status become OPTIONAL for all students and staff inside all school buildings. The BOE approved this recommendation with a 5-2 vote. Prior to the November 3 motion and voting, our district had a required mask/face covering status, with opt-out form availability. With the most recent approval, no additional opt-out forms are required to be submitted via Skyward. The optional mask/face covering status is effective immediately, and will be in place starting with our school day on Thursday, November 4th.

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  • PUBLIC NOTICE: Policy Advisory Committee Meeting

    The Wilson County Board of Education will hold a Policy Advisory Committee meeting on Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria, at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon TN 37087.

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  • PUBLIC NOTICE: WCBOE Work Session and Regular Board Meeting

    The Wilson County Board of Education will hold a Work Session on December 2, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. and a Regular Board Meeting on December 6, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon TN 37087. The Work Session is for informational purposes only. No actions are taken, or voted on, by the Board at the Work Session. The purpose of the Board Meeting will be to discuss any matters legally brought before the Board.

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