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Due to boil notice, GISD will have virtual learning Monday (Feb. 22) & Tuesday (Feb. 23)

The City of Greenville has an announced a boil notice, and water pressure issues are expected to continue at least through Tuesday.  As a result, all GISD campuses and facilities will remain closed until the water issues are resolved.
We all want to get back to school as soon as it’s safe to do so. In the meantime, we will resume with virtual learning for all students:
  • Students in grades PreK-2 will be learning asynchronously. Students will log onto Seesaw to work on the assignments their teachers have posted for Monday and Tuesday.
  • Students in grades 3-12 will be learning synchronously with their teachers through Google Meets.  
GISD will provide grab 'n' go meals for any child up to 18 years of age, whether a GISD student or not. Meals for Monday and Tuesday will be packaged together and can be picked up from 7-10 a.m. Monday at the following four locations:
  • Carver Elementary
  • Crockett Elementary
  • Greenville High School
  • Travis/Sixth Grade Center

The Greenville community is blessed with a wide range of organizations that are devoted to providing help during tough times. The extreme winter weather, power outages and water issues have added even more stress to our lives, and we want to help in every way possible. If you have a specific need right now, please contact the community organizations listed HERE.

We sincerely hope you and your family are well, and we look forward to reopening our campuses as soon as possible.