Kevin Dawson- Principal
Abby Budziszewski - Assistant Principal, 9th Grade
Kelly MacLean - Assistant Principal, 11th grade
Lee Nachand- Assistant Principal, 10th Grade and Athletics
Courtney Quisberg- Assistant Principal, 12th grade
8:45 am to 3:45 pm
Principal's Update 28.2
Parents & Students,
Whew, here we are wrapping up another school year. We’ve got 8 school days remaining (unless you are a Senior!). I want to encourage everyone to pause, breathe and reflect on the wonderful things our students have accomplished in just the second year of this school. While we are far from perfect, but we have had the opportunity to participate in successes which I personally would not have thought possible for years to come. We have some special young men and women at Green Hill, and that needs to be acknowledged, championed and appreciated.
GH Softball Summer Camp Info!!
June 1st & 2nd from 9AM - 1PM (bring your own lunch, we will eat together at 11:30)
Campers must register by May 22nd to guarantee your spot AND t-shirt size!
Payment: Venmo “GHHS-LadyHawk-SB” and make sure you write campers name on the transaction! We will also accept checks written out to Green Hill Softball Booster.
Google form sign up: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/4181968b/vOTIL--S7BGsMfRXg-oQLQ?u=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLScFVeHLnju9uT-r_BEK7dbir5nAtzewjKFkDk_PWL2PDfyEPA%2Fviewform
Pictures, Yearbooks & Letterman Jackets:
Yearbook has currently uploaded 101 videos to the QR codes and are working hard to get the rest uploaded.
Letterman Jacket website to order. Keep in mind it takes 16 weeks to get made:
Prom pics from Loveless:
Attention Senior Class of 2023!
Now is the time to book your senior portrait session with Loveless Fine Photography. Loveless portraits are the official and only portraits used in the yearbook. Summer is the best time to be photographed. Especially if you are involved in a fall activity or sport. Please call and book your senior portrait session today! 615-890-1558
Several of our Art students produced a publication, “Beak,” and were recognized at the recent Wilson County Schools Board Meeting. The magazine is OUTSTANDING. We are proud of the hard work that Nate Kammerer, Lily Harper, Brooke McElheney, and Ryan Davis put in!!!
Our Yearbook Editor, Taylor Fevold, just placed 3rd place in 2022 Blue Spark Awards at MTSU!!! This is the pic she submitted. https://link.zixcentral.com/u/32a07377/4ibKL--S7BGsMfRXg-oQLQ?u=http%3A%2F%2Fmtsumediaarts.com%2Fbluesparks%2F2022-blue-spark-winners-announced%2F
Congratulations to the Girls Tennis team for their Regional Championship!
Congratulations to our Audio/Visual students! Our news team took 3rd place, Best Scripted Fiction, Best Music Video
Corabelle Beazley, has won the 9-12 category in the Poetry Writing Contest!
Our students participated in our version of the Special Olympics - “Games on the Green.” Much fun was had, and we appreciate all of our volunteers and spectators for participating!
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Good afternoon, Class of 2022! You are 30 days away from graduation! As we are getting closer, I know you are getting more anxious. Please stay on top of your work and make good choices. Far too often we see students make poor decisions near the end that cost them the opportunity to graduate with their class. We want to see everyone walk across the stage! Updated information about upcoming events is below.
4/29/22: Senior Night at 7:00 pm in the GHHS Auditorium. See ticket information below
5/2-5/13: AP Testing
5/7/22: Prom at The Mill in Lebanon from 7-10 pm. See Prom information below for Prom King and Prom Queen nominations.
5/10/22: Decision Day! See below for more information.
5/12/22: Cap and Gown Pick up (if we get them all in sooner we will start handing them out earlier)
5/15/22: GHHS/MJHS Movie CANCELED.
5/16/22: Senior Meeting at 8:45 am & Senior Field Day following the meeting
5/18/22: Senior Awards at 10 am & Senior Walkthrough GHHS in caps & gowns; Seniors’ Last Day
5/19/22: Senior Sunset 6:00-9:00pm
5/21/22: GRADUATION! Rehearsal at 9:30 am. Arrive back for Graduation check-in at commons at 5:30 pm and the Graduation ceremony starts at 7:00 pm. We will only limit guests if there is a chance of rain forcing us to move the graduation into the gym and would give out tickets at rehearsal. Fingers crossed for a beautiful evening!
Senior Night Information: Current GHHS Seniors do not need tickets and will be free to enter. All guests will need a ticket to enter. Tickets for Senior Night go on sale Monday, April 25 for $7 each. GoFan Link will be live on April 25th: https://gofan.co/app/events/590991?schoolId=TN73113
Prom ticket sales are closed. Nominations for Prom King and Prom Queen are now open! Nominate here: https://forms.gle/rKdBhJYRhmsqaEeL6. Nominations will be open until the end of school on Monday. Please note that nominations do not have to be a “couple,” and students must be signed in to their school Google account to complete the nomination form. Voting will take place at the end of next week.
Decision Day: We will celebrate everyone's post-graduation plans for college, career, military, trade school, etc. Make sure to wear a shirt to represent your decision! We have collected pennants from various popular choices. Please check this link for a list of pennants we currently have. If you do not see a pennate for your school, military branch, etc. please drop one off to Mrs. Brewer in the counseling office. She will add it to the list. We will have every senior sign the pennant to go along with their decision. If you are unable to find a pennant for your school or other post-secondary choices (like workforce) OR if you have found a pennant but are unable to purchase it, please see Mrs. Brewer in the counseling office as soon as possible. For counselors to prepare for this event and Senior Awards Day (on May 18), students MUST complete this form before Tuesday, April 26: https://forms.gle/boiLTdBZYGoK44eJ7. (Students must be logged into their school Google account.) At this time, only 50% of seniors have completed it, and we want to make sure ALL seniors and their decisions are recognized.
Senior Breakfast at Elementary Schools:
RSVP to the senior breakfast you will be attending in the link below. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lBhDVMB-agguHAXCmrb2QNkB7UHydlfkM_24JFEBtvU/edit#gid=0
Lakeview: May 3rd, 7:45-9:00 (additional parking available at Lighthouse Church)
WA Wright: May 17th, 7:45-9:15
Mt. Juliet Elementary: May 18th, 8:00-9:30
Stoner Creek: May 3rd, 6:30-8:30
West Elementary: May 18th, 8:00-10:00 (arrive in cap & gown for parade before breakfast)
Elzie Patton: May 17th, 7:45-9:15
Gladeville Elementary: May 11th, 8:30
Rutland: May 18th, 8-9:30
Yearbook: SOLD OUT!
Diploma order form: Students will need to fill out the form while logged into their school google account. https://forms.gle/avcC2SrJ7NJQ2KSn6
Graduation Announcements: We are excited to offer the formal announcements from our graduation partner Herff Jones. This is the official announcement for our school and will include our school seal, graduation date, time, and place, and it’s only offered through this website. Please be advised this is a different website than where you have transacted with Herff Jones in the past. They are offering three packages as well as some a la carte options. Orders will begin shipping in mid-March and will take approximately three weeks from the time of order to process so be mindful of your graduation date to make sure that you receive these in time. In the event you have any issues with the website or have any questions please reach out to Matt Burton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 615-630-4794. https://link.zixcentral.com/u/30b3c2e0/LLRXLveQ7BGP2rO4hnsoMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fcollegegrad.herffjones.com%2FsiteID%2F32311%2FdegreeLevel%2Fa%2Ffinepaper
New Scholarship Opportunity: Connie Darnell Bradley Memorial Scholarship for $3,000. Applicants must be female, accepted to and planning to attend a four-year college/university, creative or pursuing creative endeavors, leads peers through positive example, and model of a GHHS student. The winner will be announced at the Senior Awards on 5/18/22.
Please make sure you are checking your email daily for any updates to events.
TSSAA/TMSAA Updated their rules to allow for home school athletic application to be taken up the first day of practice for a sport/activity. If they miss their sport's deadline, they can not start team activities until summer.
This year's spring sports have 2/14/22 as the first practice.
This fall's golf has 7/11/22 as the first practice.
Next year's football, volleyball, cross country, and girls soccer has 7/25/22 as the first practice.
Next year's winter sports has 10/31/22 as the first practice.
Next year's spring sports has 2/13/23 as the first practice.
Please check with coaches each season to insure that unapproved home school athletes are not involved in team activties.
The home school applicationa dn approval process is at the district level. Kim Owen (email@example.com) is your one stop shop for home school athletics.
COVID Reporting Information:
The Covid-19 surge is in full swing, and we have had many parents corresponding with Nurse Sarah and Mrs. Mattingly about sickness. We want to remind all families to take a picture of positive and negative home test results before discarding them. Make sure you have written your student’s full name and the date of the test and included it in the photo. Mrs. Mattingly will also need to know when symptoms started for each case. This includes doctor’s notes that indicate positive/negative and tests received from a doctor’s office. If you have any questions you may reach the nurse 615-773-9610 ext 2704 or Mrs. Mattingly at ext 2754.
Please e-mail all correspondence/test results to Mrs. Mattingly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know you could buy your athlete's picture? Click the link below to find your athlete.
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):
(ESL Director) Directora ESL
(Arabic Interpreter) Intérprete de árabe
(Spanish Interpreter) Intérprete de español
What's Up Wilson!
The Wilson County Board of Education will meet in a Special Called Meeting on May 16, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at the Wilson County BOE Administrative & Training Complex, 415 Harding Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss and vote on the budget, and any related budget items, for FY 2022-2023. Additionally, West Wilson Middle School Bid will be discussed and votes may or may not be taken.
The Wilson County Schools Family Resource Center is conducting a needs assessment regarding meeting needs of students and families, and to develop goals for the Family Resource Center. Click the link above for access to the survey.