Miss Pauling’s and Mrs. Seibert’s friends created bird feeders today. First, the classes studied the differing habits of animals in winter: adapting, hibernating, and migrating. This project integrated math with the use of patterns. Then, the kiddos had to string their food in a repeating pattern on their pipe cleaner.
1 day ago, Greenwood Elementary
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bird feeder
bird feeder
bird feeder
Ms. Johnson’s kinderkids will miss Mr. Kuhns! 💙💛
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Ms. Johnson’s kinderkids used their creativity to make colorful indoor snowmen!
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Tonight’s STEM activity for Wildcat Adventure was making our own cars! The kiddos were hired by a racing team to develop the sturdiest and fastest car. They built their cars around a Sphero Spark Robot that connected to an IPad. They had to drive their creation through three differing tracks.
3 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
Mario Kart
Mario Kart
Mario Kart
Mario Kart
2nd Grade Wildcat Adventure kiddos read Tacky the Winter Games and creates bobsleds and igloos!
3 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
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Customized MS/HS yearbooks are only available through this Friday, January 27. Reserve your copy at greenwoodsd.org/yearbook
3 days ago, Greenwood Middle/High School
Tomorrow, January 27, is the last day to order a personalized yearbook
Rotary Club of Perry County Student of the Month: Ella Seiber! Congratulations to Ella Seiber, who has been named the Rotary Club of Perry County's Student of the Month for January 2023. Photo: Rotarian Ed Barben with Ella Sieber.
3 days ago, Greenwood Middle/High School
Rotary Club Student of the Month
Tomorrow wear your blue and gold in honor of Mr.Kuhns’ last day!
3 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
The Perry County Band Festival was hosted at Newport High School on Friday-Saturday, January 20-21, culminating in a concert Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. The festival featured some of the best middle school and high school instrumentalists from Newport, Greenwood, Susquenita, and West Perry.
3 days ago, Greenwood Middle/High School
Greenwood Members of the Perry County Band
Greenwood Members of the Perry County Band
Greenwood Members of the Perry County Band
Mrs. Gantt’s kinder challenge - build a bridge so a matchbox car can cross the river. Water must be able to flow under the bridge.
3 days ago, Greenwood Elementary School
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Today at Wildcat Adventure the kiddos had to complete a STEM project based around a sewer drain. Their goal was to work with their groups to build a device to retrieve the “vacation” items from the drain. The catch was, they only had pipe cleaners, q-tips, popsicle sticks, a ruler, and tape!
4 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
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5th grade artists are almost finished with their Bob Ross paintings (:
4 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
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Good Evening Wildcat Families, Based on the Winter Weather Advisory and the potential for difficult travel conditions, Greenwood School District will transition to our remote model of instruction for tomorrow, Wednesday, January 25th. Be safe and enjoy the rest of night.
5 days ago, Superintendent Communication
Remote Learning Day
A group of 2nd Graders shared some Reader’s Theater with kindergartners and first graders. Great practice of reading fluency for the second graders and identifying story elements for kindergartners and first graders.
7 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
Reader’s Theater
Reader’s Theater
Reader’s Theater
Reader’s Theater
First Graders in Mrs. Fegley’s class are learning how to use non-fiction texts to research the animals from The Mitten by Jan Brett. We are using texts, magazines, and books on the Epic! app to find answers to our questions and take notes. We are learning how to use the table of contents, headings, boldfaced words, glossary, index, diagrams, and maps to find facts about our chosen animals. It’s a meaningful way to apply our growing reading and writing skills!
7 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
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Bryce Danko is sitting on a panel at the Farm Show today, representing career and technical education. Way to represent us, Bryce!
10 days ago, Greenwood Middle/High School
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Matt Espenshade (PA State Grange President), Bryce Danko (Greenwood FFA) and Russell Redding (PA Secretary of Agriculture)
2nd grade has been reading Paper Crane. Today several students completed the difficult task of folding a paper crane.
10 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
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Miss Pauling’s and Mrs. Seibert’s class celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a STEM project. After reading multiple mentor texts about his legacy, students drafted a list of powerful words that described him. First, they wrote each word on a cup. Then, they used critical thinking and problem solving skills to build the tallest tower. They then evaluated and discussed the properties of their 3D shapes.
11 days ago, Greenwood Elementary
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Mrs. Gantt’s class finished the Polar Bear unit with a challenge activity - use packing peanuts to build a shelter for the Polar Bear.
11 days ago, Greenwood Elementary School
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Mrs. Gantt’s class finished learning about Polar Bears and used teamwork to make a Polar Bear and label it with facts they learned.
11 days ago, Greenwood Elementary School
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