Greer High School students win Drive poster contest

Published on Wednesday, April 30, 2014

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Greer High student have winning poster.

Greer High student have winning poster.

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The Greer High School Book Jackets Club took a field trip to view the movie

The Greer High School Book Jackets Club took a field trip to view the movie "Divergent."

Two Greer High students, Talli Holombo and Juliana Urban, have won the "Just Drive" Creative Challenge poster contest sponsored by the Greenville Drive.

For their accomplishment, Talli and Juliana will have their entry used for the 2014 Just Drive Promotional Poster, were recognized at the April 27 Just Drive Celebration and received a prize pack from sponsor partners. 

In addition, the Greer High Art Department received recognition at the Just Drive Celebration Game, along with a $100 donation for school supplies.

GHS Band to hold yard sale

A Yard Sale will be held Saturday, May 17, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at Greer High School in the Commons Area. All proceeds benefit the GHS Band Programs.

Donations will be collected Monday-Friday, May 12-16 from 6-8 p.m. at the high school's back parking lot. Arrange for pickup of large items Monday through Wednesday by calling Jeff Young 360-7013.

Poetry workshop held

Peace Voice's poet laureate Glenis Redmond hosted a poetry workshop April 29 to promote the student-focused Peace Voices Poetry Program: a place where students write and perform their own poetry across the Carolinas.

Students, media specialists view "Divergent"

Twenty students and the media specialists from the Greer High School Book Jackets Club took a field trip to the Camelot Theatre to see the movie, "Divergent," along with students from four other area high schools: Berea, JL Mann, Southside and Woodmont.

The students had read the book by Veronica Roth, which is the South Carolina Young Adult Book Award winner for the 2013-2014 school year. The purposes of the South Carolina Book Awards are to encourage students to read good, quality, contemporary literature and to honor the authors of the books chosen annually by student vote.

After viewing the movie, the students discussed the differences and similarities between the movie and book as well as their favorite parts.

Spring Concert to be held May 18
The Greer High Spring Concert will be held on Sunday, May 18th at 3 p.m. in the school auditorium.


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