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GMSD is proud to be one of fifty-five TN school districts to achieve ALL Level 5's on growth

GMSD is proud to be one of fifty-five TN school districts to achieve ALL Level 5's on growth

I cannot fully express my gratitude to everyone in the Germantown Municipal District who played a role in achieving Level 5 growth scores at every one of our schools. More +
A community partnership provides 'great optics' for a local optometrist and GMSD

A community partnership provides 'great optics' for a local optometrist and GMSD

The Optical Boutique of Dr. Steven Shum graciously donated free eye examinations to students all across GMSD at Farmington, Dogwood, Riverdale, and Houston Middle. More +
Staff Spotlight:  Traci Spain of HHS teaches and models community service

Staff Spotlight: Traci Spain of HHS teaches and models community service

Traci Spain is the heart of Houston High School in Germantown, TN. As a teacher she is a regular fixture at athletic games and artistic performances. But, what impresses us most about her is her DRIVE. Traci is incredibly committed to helping our students develop as leaders themselves. More +
GMSD goes gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month--Register for the St. Jude Run/Walk

GMSD goes gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month--Register for the St. Jude Run/Walk

Across the district, schools are going gold for St. Jude.  Read the article to discover some amazing things on the horizon and how to plug into this wonderful campaign.

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City of Germantown offers their annual, poplar Night Rider Event with new surprise and crowd favorites

City of Germantown offers their annual, poplar Night Rider Event with new surprise and crowd favorites

On October 7th, the Parks and Recreation Department will host their annual Nightrider Family Bike Ride and Outdoor Movie. More +
Katy Cotten lends a cello to a new tale about the bard at Playhouse on the Square

Katy Cotten lends a cello to a new tale about the bard at Playhouse on the Square

Katy plays the cello throughout this entire wild plot in a trio of onstage musicians, setting the mood for every scene. The orchestra of this particular show have the added responsibility of having to interact in character with other actors while underscoring the entire production. More +
HHS traveling pep rallies brings students back to their elementary alma maters

HHS traveling pep rallies brings students back to their elementary alma maters

Band members, football players, cheerleaders, student government members, Mustang Mob leaders, and pom dancers all stormed the schools, bursting with spirit and high-fives, to promote Friday’s football game. More +
Local business professionals participate in mock job interviews at Houston High School

Local business professionals participate in mock job interviews at Houston High School

Monica Thomas set up a mock interview process with local business professionals to give students a first-hand experience of what it might be like when they venture out into the corporate world. This hands-on activity coincided with the class’s curriculum of career discussion, resume/cover-letter building, and interviewing tips and allowed students to put these newly-acquired skills to test. More +
The Germantown Library gets a popular new spokesperson as a part of GMSD's Employable Outcomes Initiative

The Germantown Library gets a popular new spokesperson as a part of GMSD's Employable Outcomes Initiative

Germantown Municipal Schools in a past partnership with Vanderbilt have begun on a journey to make an impact in the lives of our students with disabilities. The inititiative, branded Community Conversations, is an annual event that brings local stakeholders together to discuss things that can be done to increase the employable outcomes for our students with disabilities upon graduation. More +
Houston High Students Named National Merit Semi-Finalists

Houston High Students Named National Merit Semi-Finalists

Five Houston High School students join the ranks of the nation's top students this year as the National Merit Scholarship Program names its semi-finalists. More +

Germantown Library offer a $2,500 classroom makeover to the winner of Every Book Counts

The Germantown Library has graciously offered to donate a $2,500 classroom makeover to the school whose students have read the most book pages by May 1, 2018. However, this incredible prize will only be awarded if the community assists in helping the library reach a set of literary goals. These goals include 20,000 active library cards, an average of 10 books read per student, and 100% participation in the Books from Birth program. More +
One last chance to see GMSD students on the Theater Memphis stage in Shrek

One last chance to see GMSD students on the Theater Memphis stage in Shrek

Will Lowery, Julianna Stanford, Cat Carlin, and Paige Hollenbeck have done just that with their involvement in Theatre Memphis’s production of Shrek the Musical. More +
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