Principal Message (5/8/22)
Happy Mother's Day!
As we celebrate Mother's Day today, hats off to all the mothers and mother figures!! It may be particularly tough for those who have lost or had to be apart from their moms. So, take time today to gather and share your favorite mother stories:)
One more week of AP Exams! Remember, AP exams are conducted by CollegeBoard so the dates and times are internationally set and cannot be changed. All students registered for the exam will get an email to remind them of exam locations, times, and procedures. Make sure your son/daughter checks the email address they used to sign up for AP exams through CollegeBoard - this is where the messages are sent. If you have questions about AP exams, please email Ms. Roberts, Dean of Students and AP Coordinator at email@example.com
Save the Dates
Spring Dance Concert
Please join us for the final dance performance of the year! The dance concert titled "Covers" is going to be held on Friday, May 13 at 7 pm. This performance is going to be so fun and many of the pieces were choreographed by the students. Tickets ($5 students; $10 adults) will be on sale during lunch on Thursday 5/12 and Friday 5/13 and at the door.
Chorus Pops Concert
Our final chorus performance of the year is our Pops Concert! On Tuesday, May 17 at 7 pm Please come and support our amazing chorus students for their final performance with our beloved Mr. Olson before he leaves on his great adventure! Tickets will be $5 online and at the door. The ticket link is coming soon.
PTSA General Meeting
The Green Level PTSA will hold a General Membership Meeting on Thursday, May 19 at 6 pm in the Green Level Commons Area. Please join us to approve the slate of officers and interim budget for the 2022/23 school year. Hear about our plans for the upcoming school year and how you can get involved to help make it a success! We look forward to seeing you at The Swamp!
Senior Muffin Day and Senior Activities Committee meeting was moved to Wednesday, May 25.
Fine Arts Boosters (FAB) Volunteers Needed
Please help us to increase our volunteers as we prepare for the 2022-2023 school year! We would love to have you more involved in growing our Fine Arts programs and supporting our amazing teachers! We also have several open positions for officers and coordinators. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
Student Facilitators Needed
Students who are interested in becoming a Round Table facilitator should come to an interest meeting on May 17 during connectivity. Round Table is a weekly conversation with and among students, teachers, and staff. We cover a variety of topics, but always relate the topic back our Gator Community. If you're interested in learning more, come to Connectivity on May 17th, room 1143 (Sarah Hill and Ashley Nation).
High School OT Honors Awards
One more week to vote! GLHS is a finalist in 9 categories for this year’s HighSchoolOT Honors awards. Voting is open to the public. Anyone can vote once per day in each category through May 15. You can see the list of finalists HERE!
- Best Marching Band
- Best Mascot
- Best Cheerleading
- Female Coach of the Year: Alston Godbold for Volleyball
- Athletic Director of the Year: Colin Fegeley
- Best Female Volleyball Athlete: Ava Toppin
- Best Team of the Year: GLHS Volleyball
- Game of the Year: GLHS vs D.H. Conley, 4A volleyball playoffs
- Story of the Year: Green Level wins first state championship in the first season with seniors
Teacher Appreciation Week
Teacher Appreciation Week is a time to honor our teachers for their passion, resilience, and dedication! Due to AP testing, we decided to bump Teacher Appreciation Week from May 16 to May 20 so everyone can relax and enjoy being spoiled. Anything you can do to help us show our staff how much we appreciate them is gladly welcomed! You would be surprised how far a card, note, or piece of candy can make our day!
Green Level High School's Spring semester final exams will take place the week of June 6-10, 2022. The final exam schedule can be found HERE!
If your son/daughter is taking an EOC (Math I, Math 3, English 2, or Biology) or CTE Exam (Animal Science II, Horticulture II, Principles of Business, Financial Planning I and II, Foods and Nutrition I and II, and Health Science I), they must be in person as required by state policy. This includes Virtual Academy and NCVPS students. If your child is enrolled in any of the courses that were mentioned, you MUST complete the Final Exam Survey. If you have multiple students enrolled in these courses, please complete one survey per student.
Mark Your Calendar
- First 2 weeks in May: AP Testing
- May 16 to 20 (All Week): Teacher Appreciation Week
- May 16 (Monday): Interim reports distributed in Advisory
- May 16 (Monday): School Improvement meeting
- May 19 and 20: Senior Check in Materials Day
- May 30 (Monday): Holiday- no school
- June 2 (Thursday): Senior Night and Yearbook distribution
- June 3 (Friday): Exam Review Day
- June 3 (Friday): Yearbook distribution beginning at 1:00. We will have an alternate schedule
- June 6 to 10: Exam Week
- June 16 (Thursday): Graduation at 12:00 pm at RCC