Click the link below to view the number of new positive COVID-19 cases amongst students and staff for the week of 9/6/21-9/12/21. Students and staff listed as positive does not necessarily indicate they contracted COVID-19 at the school building. Link: https://5il.co/yvw4
4 days ago, GCSSD
COVID
Gibson County Special School District (GCSSD) is receiving a 5,533,854 million dollar funding allocation through the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) Fund under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, enacted on March 11, 2021. Funds are designated for one-time or short-term expenditures to help safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students. Our school system’s priority has been and will remain providing safe, in-person learning for all students. In order to develop a plan for the use of ESSER III funds, your input is necessary and crucial to our collective progress. Please take a moment to click on the link below to access a survey about our ESSER III plans and provide feedback. Thank you for taking the time to help us move forward in getting approval. Survey will take about 1 minute to complete. Link to survey link and QR code: https://www.gcssd.org/page/federal-programs
5 days ago, GCSSD
survey
GCSSD is partnering with the IRS to share important information about 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit payments. These payments could be up to $1,800 per qualifying child. In order to receive this credit you will need to complete the Child Tax Credit Non-filer Sign-up Tool available at IRS.gov. For additional questions contact the IRS at irs.gov.
10 days ago, GCSSD
child tax credit
Click the link below to view the number of new positive COVID-19 cases amongst students and staff for the week of 8/29/21-9/5/21. Students and staff listed as positive does not necessarily indicate they contracted COVID-19 at the school building. Link: https://5il.co/ykik
11 days ago, GCSSD
COVID
GCSSD will be offering COVID-19 tests at school for grades 5-12. Testing will only be done with parent permission and in the following circumstances: • For those who visit the nurse with COVID-like symptoms according to the Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) School Decision Support Algorithm. • For those who need a test to return to school early from quarantine (day 5 and after, return on day 8, if no symptoms) • For those who require testing for school travel or athletics. Students tested at school must have a signed parental consent for permission to test. The tests done at school only test for COVID-19 and do not exclude other illnesses, so a health care providers evaluation will be needed for symptomatic students. Tests are not 100% accurate and false negatives and positives can occur. Symptomatic students will be given a rapid test first and if negative a 30-minute PCR. Link for consent: https://5il.co/ycrr Link for Privacy Notice: https://5il.co/ycs4
16 days ago, GCSSD
Many times young people feel nervous and uncomfortable; but, how do parents know when their child is suffering from anxiety that requires professional help? Join us on Zoom as we discuss the topic of teens and anxiety. Monday, Sept. 13 @ 6:00 pm Allicia Ladd, Mental Health Coordinator at GCSSD Click here to sign up: https://forms.gle/rWhwucw21YZyvRms7 (You will be emailed a link to the event. Please check your Spam folder.)
17 days ago, GCSSD
anxiety
Click the link below to view the number of new positive COVID-19 cases amongst students and staff for the week of 8/23/21-8/29/21. Students and staff listed as positive does not necessarily indicate they contracted COVID-19 at the school building. Link: https://5il.co/y7cg
18 days ago, GCSSD
COVID
Parking for the football game at Milan this Friday night is available on many of the parking lots surrounding the stadium and/or streets. The main parking lot on the home side is reserved for those with presold parking passes only. All fans must enter through the main gate on the home side of the field. Tickets can be purchased online at www.ticketspicket.com for $7 (plus fee). Click “Buy ticket” and search for “Milan”. Physical Tickets are also available at the gate for $10.
19 days ago, South Gibson County High School
The football game for tonight has been cancelled. Refunds for tickets purchased will be refunded through GoFan.
22 days ago, South Gibson County High School
Show your school spirit and help the SGC Hornet band get to State by ordering some SGC spirit apparel! Orders can be placed online by visiting https://fancloth.shop/bkzaj and will be shipped directly to your home. Some items are even customizable! Don't forget to enter or select a band or color guard member's name when checking out so they can receive credit for your support! Orders must be finalized by Sept 7th. All proceeds will help pay for our transportation to the DIV II State Championship!
22 days ago, South Gibson County High School
The ACT will be given at SGC on Sat., Sept. 11. If you need a calculator, see our social media, website, or your school email for the link to sign up. You must sign up by Fri., Sept. 3rd. Calculators will not be handed out on test day. https://forms.gle/XPsFh5fRBwHLSj8B6
22 days ago, South Gibson County High School
The GCSSD COVID Operating Guide has been updated with new guidance from the TN Department of Health on 'Releasing Cases and Contacts from Isolation and Quarantine'. Please click the link below to view the full Operating Guide. Link to GCSSD COVID Operating Guide: https://5il.co/i86m
23 days ago, GCSSD
update
Click the link below to view the number of new positive COVID-19 cases amongst students and staff for the week of 8/16/21-8/22/21. Students and staff listed as positive does not necessarily indicate they contracted COVID-19 at the school building. Link: https://5il.co/xoch
26 days ago, GCSSD
COVID Case Numbers
As of Wednesday, August 18, 2021, SGCES, SGCMS, and SGCHS will move to Level 3 COVID operating for a duration of two weeks. This change is due to the increase in COVID cases and school transmission of the virus. Daily operation of the school will have minimal change for parents and students. The primary focus of Level 3 is social distancing (spread students out to limit contact) and also increasing cleaning procedures within the classroom and school. Our goal is to move back to Level 4 operating after 2 weeks. To achieve this, we need your help. The state of Tennessee government and health officials recommend the following to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: 1. Wear masks when indoors. 2. Wash your hands frequently. 3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. 4. Stay home when symptomatic and get tested. 5. Follow the TN Department of Health guidelines on quarantining. 6. Get vaccinated if possible. For more information on our COVID procedures or to view the full GCSSD COVID Operating Guide, visit www.gcssd.org and click on COVID Information from the home page. As always, we suggest you download the GCSSD app to ensure you are up-to-date with all the latest news/information/updates for GCSSD.
about 1 month ago, GCSSD
update
Click the link below to view the number of new positive COVID-19 cases amongst students and staff for the week of 8/9/21-8/15/21. Students and staff listed as positive does not necessarily indicate they contracted COVID-19 at the school building. Link: https://5il.co/x9mv
about 1 month ago, GCSSD
COVID Cases
Mental and emotional health are critical for student success. By building and maintaining school mental health supports and services, GCSSD wants to enable our students to achieve their full potential. We would like to know what areas of concern that parents have regarding their students’ mental health; therefore, we are asking for 8th-12th grade parents to complete this short anonymous survey so that we may plan to serve our students in the best way possible. link to survey: https://forms.gle/ZyRCd4qJgZ5HLp2h7
about 1 month ago, GCSSD
mental health
This Thursday at 6:30PM the Gibson County Special School District will be having their monthly board meeting. The board has added COVID protocols to the agenda to discuss. There will be a opportunity for public comment at the beginning of the meeting. The meeting will take place in the GCHS auditorium. The board is also seeking parent input on mask requirements. Please take a moment to give us your feedback by clicking the link below. Survey will close Thursday, August 12 at noon. Link to survey: https://forms.gle/dH3DSi6GGJmZRAtU6
about 1 month ago, GCSSD
mask
The TCAP family portal is now available for families of students who took TCAP and/or an EOC in 2020-21SY. Families can now find detailed and personalized information about their student’s progress. Students will receive paper reports by Thursday, August 12, 2021. The report includes a unique student ID number (USID) which is necessary for creating an online portal account. Please visit https://www.gcssd.org/page/tcap-parent-portal for more information and a video on how to create an account.
about 1 month ago, GCSSD
TCAP Family Portal
Click the link below to view the number of new positive COVID-19 cases amongst students and staff for the week of 8/2/21-8/8/21. Students and staff listed as positive does not necessarily indicate they contracted COVID-19 at the school building. Link to 8/2/21-8/8/21 positive COVID cases: https://5il.co/wsx1
about 1 month ago, GCSSD
COVID cases
Due to the increase in positive Covid numbers, please make sure you are listening/reading any All-Calls, emails, or text messages you receive from SGCHS. This will be our line of communication to notify parents/guardians if your child has been identified as a close contact. If your child is a close contact to a positive Covid case, we recommend the close contact self-isolate/quarantine until they receive further instructions from Tennessee Department of Health. We greatly appreciate your cooperation during this time.
about 1 month ago, South Gibson County High School