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Greene County

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Welcome to Greene County Schools! It's a great honor to serve as your Director of Schools. In Greene County, we are committed to the vision that our students will develop a joy for learning; graduates from Greene County Schools will be prepared to enter the workforce with an industry certificate, to enroll in a community college with dual credits earned, or to enroll in a four-year college or university with ACT scores that forecast success. Greene County Schools' new logo contains these three words: Guide, Cultivate, Succeed. We believe, wholeheartedly, that every student we serve deserves the type of education that ends with success. We will do everything in our power to make sure that happens.

District information

  • Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 12

Student Enrollment: 6,458

  • How has the number of students enrolled changed over time?

What does this mean?

This figure is a description of enrollment over time for this school or district. We can see how many students are enrolled in this school/district across a number of given years.

Why is this important?

It's important to examine how enrollment changes over time to see whether there are changes in the population of students served. This figure is a simple way to see whether or not enrollment is increasing, or decreasing, and how that might impact a district or school.

What percentage of students are in specific racial and ethnic student groups?

What does this mean?

These figures show how many students fall in each racial and ethnic group out of the entire student population.

Why is this important?

It is important to know the demographic composition of schools and districts in order to make accurate decisions and highlight school and district-level supports.

 

What percentage of students are in specific student groups?

What does this mean?

This shows how many students in specific groups make up the overall population of students.

Why is this important?

This is important when making decisions for students regarding levels of support and resources in various districts and schools.