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  • Please Take Our Parent Perception Survey

    In an effort to continually improve our school system, Greece Central is asking all parents of current students to take a brief online perception survey. Click "read more" to take the survey. Your input is appreciated!

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  • October Kicks Off Month of Fundraising for Breast Cancer

    Brian Ebertz is president of the 1,100-member Greece Teachers Association and a former elementary school teacher. This year, he is the NYSUT ambassador for Real Men Wear Pink, a male movement to help raise money for the American Cancer Society’s quest to cure cancer, fund research and provide support services to patients. For the entire month of October he will don pink every day to catch attention: pink ties, pink shirts, pink socks, a pink tie clip, long-sleeve pink T-shirts and pink golf shirts.

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  • Get to Know More About Our Amazing Staff

    In an effort to celebrate the incredible staff we have in our district and to make connections across our entire system, we wanted to highlight some of the phenomenal people who are making a difference in our schools and communities. Getting to Know Greece will be a monthly feature that will introduce you to Greece staff members that are serving in a variety of roles and responsibilities across the district. In each short vignette, you will hear about who the staff member is, what they do, their life's journey, and what motivates them on a daily basis. Our first installment features Claudine Dixon, a Library Media Specialist at Arcadia.

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  • Sponsors Sought for Community Schools

    Businesses and community members can show their support for public education by contributing to our community school strategy. Community schools provide expanded learning opportunities for students and comprehensive supports for the whole family.

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  • News from the October 8 Board of Education Meeting

    Please read the latest edition of Board Briefs for information on the topics discussed during the October 8 Board of Education meeting.

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