Our Roar Rally winners had a mini holiday party. They got to paint suncatchers, enjoy hot chocolate, and sing along to some holiday tunes. Keep up your "PAWSOME" behavior!
Elementary Holiday Spirit Week December 19th-22nd
First Graders in Mrs. Seibert's class and Miss Pauling's class researched several jobs and chose their favorite to write about. They took notes and wrote several drafts before finishing their final copy for the book. The students encouraged each other and worked as a team to complete this special project. They held an Class Author Night to share their books with their families. Click on the link and enjoy the pictures. https://www.greenwoodsd.org/page/class-author-night
Christmas tree challenge! Can you make a tree using 6 different sizes of green strips? Mrs. Gantt’s class - challenge accepted! Amazing creativity!
Earlier today, Mrs. Campbell's Senior English classes completed "Breakout Box" activities (think of it as a sort of "High School Escape Room") as an introduction to Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Greenwood Elementary students are collecting money for Neighbor Helping Neighbor Food Bank. Elementary students who donate $1 may participate in Hat Day on December 22nd.
Do you have a kiddo ages 3-5? Join the Ready for School, Ready to Succeed program's Christmas Party on Friday, December 9th @ New Bloomfield Elementary! Geared for ages 3-5, but the entire family is invited! See the picture below for more information.
2nd grade boarded the Greenwood Jet to begin the Christmas around the world. They had to go through security and meet a TSA agent before boarding.
Over the weekend, the Boys Varsity Basketball Team won the Macy Minnier Memorial Tournament by defeating host school Shikellamy Friday night (60-54) and South Williamsport Saturday night (49-36). Photo courtesy of Brooke Myers.
It is Greenwood Elementary Book Fair time! Students will visit the fair now through Monday, December 12th. The fair has a great selection of books for all readers! “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” —Dr. Seuss
Greenwood School District is aware of a Comcast outage affecting our phone and internet service. Comcast is currently assessing the issue and attempting to repair it. We will continue to update as information presents itself.
Mrs. Davis and the High School Chorus are busy at work making the final preparations for the MS/HS Chorus Concert coming up in less than a week! Check them out Wednesday night, December 7th, in the High School Auditorium!
REMINDER: orders for t-shirts supporting the Hertzler family are due tomorrow. Greenwood Honor Society is selling t-shirts to raise money for the Hertzler family as Peyton receives medical treatment for a spinal tumor. All proceeds will go towards travel expenses for the family as they travel regularly for treatment. Here is the link with the order form as well as instructions for submitting it. Please email Mrs. Heather Brummer with any questions! https://docs.google.com/document/d/10NiAgCx8EqIwspalCV--5NyQiLymqlaUHtM-l43IcM4/edit
Kinders in Mrs. Gantt’s class took on the turkey building challenge!
Mrs. Gantt’s kinders - hands-on with real feathers learning how they look, feel, and how they work
Today in 5th grade science class we learned about DNA and then we made our own DNA out of pipe cleaners!
Greenwood Elementary first graders created balloon floats based on their favorite book characters. Our fourth graders created their own floats and put on a live parade for the school to watch. Click on the link to watch the first grade parade and see pictures of the fourth grade parade. https://www.greenwoodsd.org/page/macys-day-parade
Greenwood Honor Society is selling t-shirts to raise money for the Hertzler family as Peyton receives medical treatment for a spinal tumor. All proceeds will go towards travel expenses for the family as they travel regularly for treatment. Here is the link with the order form as well as instructions for submitting it. Please email Mrs. Heather Brummer with any questions! https://docs.google.com/document/d/10NiAgCx8EqIwspalCV--5NyQiLymqlaUHtM-l43IcM4/edit
First graders worked cooperatively and used their reading skills to follow recipes to make Friendship Bread and homemade butter. They watched a liquid change to a solid right before their eyes! Both were delicious!