Facilities and Planning
It's an exciting time to be in Greenville, which is experiencing significant growth. Housing developments are up in Greenville, and businesses are relocating and expanding here. This means more school-age children, which means that an important part of our work is planning for increased enrollment.
Greenville ISD is committed to providing an excellent learning environment for our students and families. The school district was established in 1892. The campuses range in age from 73 years to 7 years old.
As we maintain and improve our facilities and plan for the future, we are committed to sharing information with our community.
This section of the website is dedicated to that purpose. Below, you will find information about planning meetings and the Nov. 8, 2022 bond issue, which was not approved. As we move forward with limited facilities planning, we will post updates here. If there is any additional information that you would like to see posted here or if you have questions, please email email@example.com.
On August 2, Greenville ISD held a third public visioning meeting to discuss design ideas for a potential new middle school and Pre-K center. Attendees shared their input on topics such as building floor plans, exterior design and the best ways to honor the legacy of Carver High School.
On July 12, 2022, Greenville ISD held a public visioning meeting to discuss design ideas for a potential new middle school and Pre-K center. Attendees shared their input on topics such as building layouts, interior design and the historical significance of the current campuses.
On June 22, 2022, Greenville ISD held a public visioning meeting to gather design ideas for a potential new middle school and L.P. Waters Pre-K Center. Those in attendance were able to look at elements that could be used in future designs and participants collaborated in making a mock site layout for each building.
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