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Principal Message (5/30/22)


Student Walk-Out

As young adults, our students have varying opinions and thoughts about violence in schools and society. To show solidarity and unity, one of our seniors coordinated a peaceful walk-out last Thursday for the lives lost at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.  This walk-out was coordinated at the same time but was not affiliated with Students Demand Action. Staff did not participate or organize the event, but in order to ensure student safety, we directed students to the stadium and supervised the protest. During the walk-out, students shared reflections and other thoughts related to the shooting at Robb Elementary School and other schools. Students who did not participate remained in class where instruction continued.  Students returned to class at approximately 12:50 pm. The rest of the day continued without disruption.


USA Today Article about our Walk-Out 


Security Checks

In light of the recent tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, the North Carolina Department of Public Safety has directed various law enforcement agencies statewide to conduct security checks at all schools across the State of North Carolina.  Please know that law enforcement officers, beyond those local jurisdictional officers, will be checking in on our campus.  This includes but is not limited to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, State Capital Police, Alcohol Law Enforcement Division, Community Corrections, and Special Operations and Intelligence Units.  These officers will be both in plain clothes, uniforms, marked and unmarked vehicles, and most, if not all, will be armed. 


Reflective Thoughts

To keep GLHS as safe as possible, we need to stand united by:

  • not providing building access to strangers
  • reporting strangers on campus 
  • reporting threats to school safety made by students or community members 
  • communicating any personal safety concerns to school administrators
  • seeking support from Student Services for emotional needs or concerns 



Details about Senior Night and Graduation can be found HERE  or on the front page of our school website, titled "Graduation Information."

  • If your family is unable to travel, no worries!  WCPSS will have live streaming access!
  • If you want professional pictures of your graduate walking across the stage, Strawbridge Studios will be there for you!  Pictures can be purchased on their website under our school name.

Graduation tickets will be distributed at the end of Senior Night.  Remember, you must complete the two forms below, turn in all materials and pay all fines.

  1. Scholarship Reporting Form
  2. Senior Intention Form 


9th, 10th, & 11th Grade Info

Turn in Materials

Underclassmen must turn in their library books, textbooks, and English novels from May 31-June 3.  Students will keep their WCPSS Lenovo Chromebooks until their graduation or if they attend a different school.



If you purchased a yearbook, we will distribute them on Friday, beginning at 1:15 pm. 

    • Alternate Bell Schedule
    • 4th-period teachers will give you a "yearbook pass" and students will be released on a staggered schedule starting with juniors.
    • Students will need a photo ID (school ID, driver's license, PowerSchool picture, etc.) 
    • Students are not allowed to leave campus after getting their book, they will need to wait in the commons area until the final bell.
    • Students CANNOT pick up a yearbook for a friend unless previously cleared with me.


2022-23 Scheduling Announcements


All Students:

This is the last call regarding course selections for the 2022-23 school year.  All students must submit any course request updates to your academic counselor by Friday, June 3 so that they can be processed prior to summer break. Any requests made after this time will not be processed and students will have to follow the outlined process in August when school starts. Counselors will not be available during the summer, so adjustments must be made now!


Rising Juniors and Seniors

If you are a junior or senior next year, this is the last call on forms! 


1. Schedule Reduction Form

If you need a late arrival or early release schedule next year, you will need to submit a reduction form by Friday, June

2. Early/Mid-Year Graduation Request Form

If you want to graduate a year early or graduate one semester early, please complete and submit this form online by Friday, June 3.

 3. Green Level Student Ambassadors

Becoming a student ambassador is open to rising juniors or seniors who have an interest in helping new students be welcomed into the Green Level community. Please submit this application by 10:00 AM on Thursday, June 2nd. Students will be notified by 4:00 on Tuesday, June 7th if they will be selected as an ambassador for the 2022-2023 school year. 


Stone Creek Chick-fil-A

Green Level Band Boosters is inviting everyone to Chick-fil-A on Thursday, June 2 from 5-9 pm, drive-thru only, at Stone Creek Village to help fundraise for our Marching Band! 


WCPSS Student Survey

Every year, WCPSS encourages students to take a survey accessed through their WakeID portal by clicking on the blue icon that reads 2022 WCPSS Student Survey.


Not Returning to GLHS

Families, if you are not returning to Green Level next year (of course this is not for the current senior class),, please send an email Karah Bullins at letting us know that you will not be returning next year and where you will be going.  If you have checked out a Chromebook, you can return it to the main office.  Office hours are 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.  Let us know if you have any questions!


Exam Information

May 31 - June 2 are considered instructional days.  Friday, June 3, will be a review day.  Any student that is taking an EOC /CTE exam-- please remember to:

  • Bring your charged Wake County laptop on your testing day. Make sure that your Chromebook is updated before testing begins.
  • Plan ahead, as we strongly suggest you get to school early to ensure you are settled in your testing room before the exam starts.
  • If you test positive for COVID, which will require you to miss your EOC, please send your positive PCR test to Katie Hailey at


2022-23 Information

School Breakfast and Lunch Fees

All students currently receive free school meals supported by federal funding due to the pandemic. This funding is set to end on June 30, 2022. Beginning with the 2022-23 school year, a full-paid breakfast at high school will cost $1.75 for breakfast and $3.25 for lunch. In order to receive free or reduced-price meals for next school year, families need to submit a meal benefits application, starting July 1, in order to receive benefits. Please allow 10 business days for processing.


2022-23 Meal Benefits Application



Transportation has posted information for the 2022-23 school year HERE.  Please pay attention to the two deadlines below:

    • July 18:  Deadline to request bus service for the 22-23 school year.
    • September 30: Deadline for parents may request an Alternate Stop for before- and after-school care stops, or request service if your son/daughter’s school assignment currently requires parents to provide transportation.


Mark Your Calendar

  • 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