MISSION STATEMENT

 

GREEN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL

COMMITS TO PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE AND CHALLENGING EDUCATION

IN A SAFE ENVIRONMENT

CONDUCIVE TO LEARNING EVERY DAY

 TO PREPARE EVERY STUDENT TO SUCCEED

IN AN EVER-CHANGING WORLD.

 

BELL SCHEDULE

  • 2018-2019

    1st  period  8:00-9:13

    2nd period  9:17-10:30

    3rd period 10:34-11:47

    Lunch  11:47-12:20

    4th period   12:25-1:38

    5th period  1:42-2:55

         FRIDAYS

    1st period 8:00-8:48

    2nd period 8:52-9:40

    3rd period 9:44-10:32

    4th period 10:36-11:24

    5th period  11:28-12:16

Announcements

  • THREAT
     

    Students, parents, faculty and staff;

     

    There has been a FALSE threat made against Green River High School via SnapChat. The Emery County Sheriff’s office is handling the situation. There will be no danger upon returning to school after the holiday break. To ensure that our school is safe we will have deputies at the school on January 2nd.

    Please remember that when you post anything on social media it is permanent and can have life altering consequences.

     

    Just a reminder

    Bullying Is a Big Problem

    Every day thousands of teens wake up afraid to go to school. Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Yet because parents, teachers, and other adults don't always see it, they may not understand how extreme bullying can get.

    Some bullies attack their targets physically, which can mean anything from shoving or tripping to punching or hitting, or even sexual assault. Others use psychological control or verbal insults to put themselves in charge. For example, people in popular groups or cliques often bully people they categorize as different by excluding them or gossiping about them (psychological bullying). They may also taunt or tease their targets (verbal bullying).

    Verbal bullying can also involve cyberbullying — sending cruel texts, messages, or posting insults about a person on Facebook or other social sites.

     

    Please help keep our school safe and do not make bullying an issue.

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