An important message from Mrs. Blount- 3/25/2020
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Please follow Greenwood 50 on social media to see the wonderful things happening in our district! The following are links to the sites:
Alive at 25 virtual classroom courses are temporarily available. To sign up for an upcoming class, visit SNCSC.ORG. Live, virtual trainings are led and monitored by Alive at 25 instructors. Students must have access to the internet and a computer or tablet to participate. Student participation and engagement is required during the full class to receive a certification of completion.
Congratulations to Emerald High School's Meredith Schwendemann who was selected as the Greenwood 50 District Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Schwendemann is a wonderful science teacher here at Emerald and we wish her the best at the state level!
The Emerald Thrift Shop, AKA "the Vintage Viking" will be open Friday mornings from 7:45-8:15am. Lots of new donations have been laundered and are ready to go...come check out all the great new items. Bring your ID and EVERYTHING is FREE!!!
Check the Guidance page for updated scholarship information.
MAKE UP HOURS WILL BE AT EHS IN THE BIC ROOM EACH TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FROM 7:45-8:15. STUDENTS ARE TO BRING THEIR CHROMEBOOKS TO EACH SESSION. STUDENTS THAT ARRIVE TARDY OR DO NOT HAVE A CHROMEBOOK WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO STAY.
THE GENESIS EDUCATION CENTER IS AVAILABLE ON MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FROM 4:00PM-6:00 PM TO ANY STUDENT NEEDING TO MAKE UP HOURS. YOU WILL NEED YOUR YOUR ID AND A CHROMEBOOK FOR ENTRANCE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN ID OR A CHROMEBOOK, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO STAY.
April 9th, 2020- Senior Graduation Delivery Day (lunches)
You may also order online at highschool.herffjones.com
Go to emeraldathletics.com or select the Athletics drop down menu for the latest sports information. Purchase Emerald Athletics clothing with the Viking logo here!
Seven Greenwood 50 students passed the Oracle Certified Associate (OCA) Java SE 8 Programmer I exam in 2019. The OCA exam is designed for people with technical backgrounds who have been working in a professional capacity. It is an impressive accomplishment that these students passed the OCA exam without professional experience. Emerald High School is an Institutional Member of Oracle Academy. The students participated in a dual enrollment program offered through CTE courses from G. Frank Russell Technology Center and Piedmont Technical College. They took Introduction to Java Programming (CPT 236) and Advanced Java Programming (CPT 237).
Pictured left to right: Javin Page, Madison Salter, Trenton Burroughs, Rose Whitt, Maddux Rhodes, Don Tran, Jasmine Creswell, Griffin Newbold, James Hollingsworth, Ted Jenks (instructor), Marcus Macias-Ayala.