This Breakout EDU lesson on the Great Wall integrated measurement, time, multiplication, division, history, and geography. During the student’s trip to China, they realized they left their passport and plane ticket in their hotel room. Their plane leaves in 45 minutes, so the students must solve problems in order to find clues, and make it […]
The students only have 45 minutes to explore the Great Wall because they realized they left their passport and plane ticket to go home in the hotel room. Can the students beat the clock to get home? The Passport to China lesson by Breakout EDU integrates measurement, time, multiplication, division, history, and geography as the […]
On December 17th, Greenville Middle High School recognized and honored parents and community members who have been especially involved with our school and students so far this year. These outstanding people have volunteered their time, money, and resources to work with our students and staff to help make GMHS the best it can be! Thank […]
Recognitions and Celebrations of GMS Teachers and Students from November and December!
The 21st CCLC After-School Program at GMS wrapped up its first semester with some super fun holiday activities that the students loved! Activities included creating reindeer out of healthy snack foods, holiday rock painting, watercolor and glitter art, learning about the Christmas Krampus, making Hanukkah dreidels, making Kwanzaa placemats, and baking holiday cookies.
We’re off to a great start this season! Come out and support our student-athletes! Check the front page of the GHS website for the full basketball schedule to see when you can come out to cheer on our Patriots!
The students researched a self-selected topic about space and presented the topic for an audience.
An important part of the Marketing Program at GMS is teaching students how to dress professionally for interviews and formal presentations. Employers have indicated that people, in general, do not understand how to dress for interviews or for professional business events. The sixth, seventh and eighth grade students are required to DRESS FOR SUCCESS during […]