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17th Annual GCS Education Foundation Daddy Daughter Dance - February 4, 2023

Dads, Grandpas, Uncles, any father figure is welcome to escort and dance the night away with their favorite youngster! Join us on February 4 at Greeneville High School for the 17th Annual Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation Daddy Daughter Dance! Doors open at 6:30pm for portraits. Dance 7-9. Get your tickets today at: or purchase through the NPAC Box Office (M-F, 10-5) after January 23. Cash or check (to GCSEF) only for tickets purchased through NPAC.

2030 Report Available!

The 2030 Visioning Committee conducted over 250 confidential surveys of stakeholders who live, work, or teach in Greeneville. More than 110 surveys were completed with GCS educators and just over 100 are parents in the district. The themes that emerged are outlined in our 2030 report.
We hope you will read this report as it was written: an honest look at
where we are as a district and hopeful recommendations in the spirit of continuous improvement.

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