Greenwood Public Schools
National Principals Month: Strong leadership builds strong schools and we have some of the best around. Please join us in celebrating our principals and thank them for inspiring, supporting, and motivating staff and students to be their best. #GSDexcellence
3 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Monday's JV game is canceled.
5 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Greenwood Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the induction of the 2020 Hall of Honor will be held on Friday, October 16th on the field at Smith-Robinson Stadium beginning 6:45, pregame of the Greenwood-Russellville football game. A reception honoring the inductees will be held in the GHS Student Union from 5:30-6:30. The members of the 2020 Hall of Honor Class for the Greenwood Education Foundation are: Dr. Ken Hamilton Dr. Lee Johnson Mr. Curtis Weaver Many times an individual invests his time, money and effort in another person and tries to remain a silent investor. Such is the case of Curtis Weaver. His known investments in business and unknown investments in people have produced uncompromising dividends. Although he is well-known for some of his timely investments, many more are unknown or the credit for his investments had been transferred to others. Weaver and Glenda Rogers met while attending Texas Tech. Both were from large, hard working, strong, valued centered, west Texas families. They were married in 1965. Thus began a journey which 56 years later has them call Greenwood their home. Upon graduation from college, Curtis accepted a position with the Samsonite Corporation in Denver, Colorado, which led to transfers to six different states. He worked with Labor Relations, in Manufacturing and was considered the “turn-around” person to improve performance. Finally, in 1977, Curtis and Glenda, 4th grade daughter, Laurie, and 2nd grade son, Jeff, were transferred to Fort Smith. They determined Greenwood would be their permanent home. One of his fondest memories of making Greenwood home was taking his son, Jeff, to his first live football game. Walking through the yet to be completed Smith-Robinson Stadium led them to the “old football field” with rock bleachers and a section of metal bleachers filled with Greenwood fans. They were hooked! That one experience led the family to be Bulldog fans for life. Weaver always had a dream of owning his own company. In 1982, he and Glenda accepted the challenge of starting a small business and committed to being a Bulldog as long as his life cycle would allow. He proved his abilities as an entrepreneur through building and expanding local companies (SEBA and OEI). He always looked for employees who would work, who knew what they could and couldn’t do, and who were willing to learn. One of his greatest joys was coaching a young person on job performance and how to be successful in business. The Weavers successfully operated businesses with the commitment of many devoted employees and heartfelt support of the community. With a dedication to the community, Curtis served on the Greenwood School Board (1984-1990), the Greenwood Bulldog Foundation Board, a non-profit corporation with a mission to provide small and large capital projects for Greenwood School athletics (1981-present), and numerous other public and private boards. When the decision was made to install artificial turf at the football stadium, Curtis helped establish a committee and an effective plan to raise funds to pay for the project. Follow-up to the artificial turf was the installation of the large video board and the live streaming of all football games which required interfacing with technicians, installers and new technology training. Weaver willingly put in the time and effort to learn what was needed to provide the services to school and community programs and then stepped up to get it done. Walking in step with the administrations of different boards has always been fulfilling and satisfying and giving back has always been a major part of Weaver’s life as a Greenwood resident. Weaver and his family have worshipped at Northside Church of Christ since moving to Greenwood. Curtis gives much of the credit for his success as an individual to his wife, Glenda, for her support and her determination as a wife, mother and business partner. His impressive business acumen, his leadership skills and ideas, his many contributions to the school and community, and his quality of character make him most deserving of selection to the GEF 2020 Hall of Honor.
6 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Remember to also update to the new app for the correct information, calendar of events, and news. Greenwood AR Public Schools in the app store. #GSDexcellence
6 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Due to the change in the start of school date the calendar was updated. We will be in school Friday and Monday and Fall Break is Oct. 30th. Remember to update our new app for the current information & check out our new website too
6 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Greenwood Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the induction of the 2020 Hall of Honor will be held on Friday, October 16th on the field at Smith-Robinson Stadium beginning 6:45, pregame of the Greenwood-Russellville football game. A reception honoring the inductees will be held in the GHS Student Union from 5:30-6:30. The members of the 2020 Hall of Honor Class for the Greenwood Education Foundation are: Dr. Ken Hamilton Dr. Lee Johnson Mr. Curtis Weaver Dr. Lee Johnson is a 1988 graduate of Greenwood High School and a 1992 graduate of Hendrix College with a Bachelor of Arts degree (summa cum laude). From Hendrix his educational journey continued to the University of Arkansas Medical School (92-96) with completion of his residency in Emergency Medicine in 1999. He immediately began working in the emergency department at Sparks Hospital. He has served as a medical director for the Emergency Department for 18 years and currently serves as a Regional Medical Director for Envision Physician Services of Arkansas and six other states. His roots and his desire to continue his family legacy of service brought him back to the Greenwood area. He is very proud of his family connections to Greenwood. Both of his parents are GHS graduates (Kay Bridges - 1968 and Donnie Johnson - 1967) as are his grandparents on his mother’s side (Violet and Hughes Bridges). Dr. Johnson said, “There are more of my relative’s names on the sidewalks of Greenwood than I can count. I am very proud to have my roots here.” Having been positively impacted by the community of Greenwood during his formative years, and wanting that for his own children, the Johnsons moved to Greenwood in 2005. Involvement in the school and community became a driving force in Dr. Johnson’s life. He was elected to the Greenwood City Council in 2008 where he served until 2018. He was then elected to the Arkansas State House of Representatives for District 75 (parts of Crawford and Sebastian counties). He has shaped a stellar resume’ of service to Greenwood and the surrounding areas: Volunteer Medical Director of the Good Samaritan Clinic, Board of Directors of the South Sebastian Boys and Girls Club, Greenwood Parks Committee, Bell Park Foundation, Board of Directors of Sparks Regional Medical Center, The Degen Foundation, BOST Foundation, Greenwood Economics Development Committee and was appointed by the governor to the State Board of Health from 2016-2018. These are just a few of the committees and boards on which he has served. One very important aspect of his medical career is serving as the volunteer physician for the Greenwood Bulldogs Athletics Program. Bulldog fans are accustomed to seeing him pace the sidelines or sit close-by in the bleachers overseeing the welfare of Greenwood athletes. He also currently volunteers with the Greenwood Special Olympics. Greenwood schools, Greenwood athletics and the community of Greenwood are the grateful recipients of Johnson’s passion, commitment and medical expertise in so many areas. Through his characteristic humility, Dr. Johnson has illustrated that true leaders are servants. The degrees, the titles, the honors, and the accolades are a postscript to who Lee Johnson is. A son, a husband, a father, a friend--those are the only titles he wears with pride. It is only fitting to end with the accomplishments he holds most dear: Lee and his wife Jennifer have been married for 25 years and have three children, Will (21), Luke (19) and Wesley. (16 and an endeared member of the Lady Bulldog Volleyball Team) Congratulations to Lee Johnson on his Induction to the 2020 Greenwood Education Foundation Hall of Honor.
7 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
National Principals Month: Strong leadership builds strong schools and we have some of the best around. Please join us in celebrating our principals and thank them for inspiring, supporting, and motivating staff and students to be their best. #GSDexcellence
7 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
FALL BREAK
7 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Congratulations to the staff at East Hills Middle School for their outstanding efforts during the 2020 United Way Pacesetter campaign. East Hills' teachers gave $6950 and earned the Big Dog Award for the 4th year in a row. The staff was honored with a Taco party by United Way on October 14th. Greenwood School District donated a total of $17005.00 to United Way for our community! @unitedwayfortsmith @easthillsmiddle school #GSDexcellence #liveunited #bigdogaward
7 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Greenwood Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the induction of the 2020 Hall of Honor will be held on Friday, October 16th on the field at Smith-Robinson Stadium beginning 6:45, pregame of the Greenwood-Russellville football game. A reception honoring the inductees will be held in the GHS Student Union from 5:30-6:30. The members of the 2020 Hall of Honor Class for the Greenwood Education Foundation are: Dr. Ken Hamilton Dr. Lee Johnson Mr. Curtis Weaver Dr. Ken Hamilton is a 1967 honor graduate from Greenwood High School and a member of the 1967 GHS Hall of Fame. Coming from a family with a widowed mother, he was the first in his family to attend college. He carried his academic successes and desire to achieve from high school to college and graduated with a B.A. Biology and B.S. Medical Technology from Arkansas Tech University and a Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Missouri/Kansas City. While many GHS graduates were looking elsewhere to start their careers, Dr. Hamilton was drawn back to Greenwood. He practiced dentistry in Greenwood and at St. Edwards Mercy Hospital from 1978-1989 until he was forced to quit due to a congenital neck condition. But this did not slow him down in his desire to use his education and skills in the medical community. At the age of 40, he was hired at Westark Community College to start and direct a Medical Laboratory Technician program. He started a legacy of success with a 100% pass rate as he raised the program to national recognition. He became a site visitor for the accrediting association (NAACLS) and was instrumental in the review for accreditation for other nationwide programs. Dr. Hamilton was a tenured faculty member who was nominated for an excellence in teaching award before leaving Westark in 1997. After leaving the Westark faculty, he was elected to the Board of Trustees for Westark Community College and served four years. He was on the board as vice president during the transition from Westark Community College to University of Arkansas/Fort Smith.. He joined the staff of the Arkansas Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) in 1997 and served until 2012 when he retired as the State Director. During this time he visited coaches and student-athletes across Arkansas to encourage them to “make a difference” in their local schools and communities. As state director, he also organized summer sport camps, One Way to Play-Drug Free programs in secondary schools, and the First Serve Tennis Program in Sebastian and Crawford Counties. Although he has retired from FCA, his legacy as a leader is still felt throughout the state, and the programs he organized still continue to thrive. While being very involved with Westark Community College, he championed other causes within the community. He has served on the Sebastian County Library Board for over 30 years, endeavoring to maintain and increase library services in South Sebastian County. He has been the recipient of an American Cancer Association award as well as the recipient of a Community Leadership Award in the area of religion from Leadership Fort Smith in 2009. For the last 20 years, Hamilton has served as a volunteer coach for the GHS Boys and Girls Tennis Teams. Under his tenure, GHS Tennis has achieved statewide recognition and respect, winning 15 conference championships, three state titles, and three overall championships. He has been named Conference Coach of the Year 15 times. A member of the 1966 state championship GHS baseball team, he is the only GHS graduate to play for a state championship team as well as be the head coach for GHS state championship teams. Ken and his wife Ann have three children, Audrey, Kasey, and Jessica. Although he is considered “retired”, his grandchildren, his family and his biblical studies continue to fill his days. Complete retirement from coaching the GHS tennis teams is still a future focus. Through his mentorship and dedication to programs for young men and women, Dr. Kenneth Hamilton’s legacy will continue to grow through future generations who will continue to be affected by his impact. The Greenwood Education Foundation is honored to have Dr. Ken Hamilton as part of the 2020 Hall of Honor.
8 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
National Principals Month: Strong leadership builds strong schools and we have some of the best around. Please join us in celebrating our principals and thank them for inspiring, supporting, and motivating staff and students to be their best. #GSDexcellence
10 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Good Luck to the Boys Tennis team as they compete in the State Tournament. Jonathan Mitchell & JJ Acosta are competing in doubles and Zack Beshears is competing in Singles.
10 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
We hope everyone is enjoying their Fall weekend activities! All Greenwood School campuses will be open with normal schedules starting tomorrow, October 12th.
10 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Arvest Foundation Grant: "Greenwood Schools is proud to be a partner with Arvest Bank - through the years we have enjoyed a positive relationship with the Arvest team that has been beneficial for our students and community. This grant will provide a variety of assistance to our students from those with basic physiological needs to those with aspirations to work in the medical field someday! Thank you Arvest Foundation for supporting Greenwood Schools!" $8000 Total $2000 Envision program medic mannequin $500 East Pointe snack pantry $500 Westwood snack pantry $5000 Greenwood Parent Center
12 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Buses are rolling this afternoon! Expect early deliveries due to less students riding today!
13 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Flu Clinic Reminder for Westwood Students
13 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood High School, Greenwood Freshmen Center, and Greenwood Jr High School will pivot to online instruction for Thursday, October 8th and Friday, October 9th. This decision was made, in collaboration with the Arkansas Department of Health and the Arkansas Department of Education, due to the large number of teachers in quarantine and a shortage of substitute teachers at this time. COVID-19 positive cases in Sebastian County continue to increase, which in turn has started to filter into the school setting. The district will use this time to thoroughly clean the buildings, and allow time for staff quarantines to expire so we can return to campus with a full staff. Greenwood PreK Center, Westwood Elementary, East Pointe Elementary, and East Hills Middle School will continue normal daily schedules.
14 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Reminder for East Pointe Students Flu Clinic
14 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
National Principals Month: Strong leadership builds strong schools and we have some of the best around. Please join us in celebrating our principals and thank them for inspiring, supporting, and motivating staff and students to be their best. #GSDexcellence
15 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Let's continue to do our part to slow the spread. #GSDexcellence
15 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Pink Out! Come support the Lady Bulldogs and the Reynolds Cancer House. Games are played at H.B. Stewart Arena. Bring your masks, plenty of space to social distance, cheer the Lady Bulldogs to victory, and for a great cause! #GSDexcellence
15 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Important Reminder: We recently created a new district app at Greenwood AR Public Schools. If you have the old app under the name Greenwood Public Schools downloaded on your phone, you will need to delete it, and search for the new app to download Greenwood AR Public Schools. This will prevent confusion with any out of date calendar information that might be on the previous app.
16 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Parent Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 29th. The conferences will be virtual. Watch for more information from your child's school.
16 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
There are so many ways to connect with us!
16 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Just a Reminder---FALL BREAK -- No school on Friday, October 30th
17 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Continue to do our part. Together we can stop the spread and keep our students and staff safe. #GSDexcellence
17 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Continue to do our part. #StoptheSpread #GSDexcellence
19 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Flu Clinic reminder for Jr. High Students.
20 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Congratulations to Greenwood High School teacher Joann King for this deserving honor. #GSDexcellence
20 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Flu Clinic Reminder for High School and Freshman Center Students.
21 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Daily temperature checks for students along with these guidelines will help keep our students and staff safe. #StoptheSpread #GSDexcellence
21 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
CANCELLED - Monday night (10-5) JV game with Har-Ber. #GSDexcellence
21 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Vouchers available at NOON in the Administration Office.
22 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Congratulations to the GHS Boys Tennis team the 5A West Conference Champions! #GSDexcellence
22 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Flu Clinic Reminder for East Hills Students.
22 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Baseball and Softball fields closed for 4 weeks for grass maintenance. Please stay off the fields during this time.
24 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Schools will be in session tomorrow as scheduled. We have purchased plenty of water for each campus and will make sure students have what they need to stay hydrated!
24 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Information regarding boil order and how it affects our students.
26 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Reminder to Parents: Remember to do your daily screenings.
26 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Just a reminder that the Greenwood Education Hall of Honor Induction has been rescheduled to the October 16th game with Russellville.
27 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Education Foundation Hall of Honor Induction Date Changed to October 16th.
28 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Flu Forms have gone home with students and the following dates are set for the Flu Clinics. Sept. 30th East Hills Middle School Oct. 1st GHS/FC Oct. 2nd Jr. High Oct. 8th East Pointe Elementary Oct. 9th Westwood Elementary
28 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Football Game Schedule Change! Bentonville West on Friday night.
29 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Congratulations to the GHS Golf team.
29 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
FYI: Jr. High Football canceled for Tuesday, Sept. 22nd
30 days ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Weekly Athletic Update from Dr. Dustin Smith https://youtu.be/w2Din1SVfks
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
A big thank you to our Partner in Education, United Way for the back to school goody bags for Central office staff today! #Liveunited
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Let's all continue to do our best to Stop the Spread!
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
It's not too late. You can still complete the census today.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Application link for free and reduced school meal prices. www.ezmealapp.com
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Keep voting until September 13th for Greenwood School District as Best of the Best in the River Valley! https://swtimes.gannettcontests.com/2020-Best-of-the-Best/?fbclid=IwAR3x63W_mNa79_M0veE3RS_mpq0kyVpchIMTL8B2k
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Jr High School has been notified of 1 positive student COVID-19 case today. This student is also a member of the 7th grade football team. The school district consulted with the Arkansas Department of Health, and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, resulting in the quarantine of probable close contacts from the classroom and bus, as well as the 7th grade football team and one coach. Parents of all quarantined students have been contacted today and those students were moved to online instruction with school issued Chromebooks through September 23rd. In addition, Athletic Director Dustin Smith announced that all 7th grade football activities will be paused until September 24th. Practice will resume on September 24th and regular season schedules will resume on September 29th. Superintendent John Ciesla emphasized there is only one positive case at this time. “These decisions are not easily made, but are in the best interest and safety of our staff and students.”
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Due to Covid restrictions, tailgating will not be allowed at the games. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Keep voting until September 13th for Greenwood School District as Best of the Best in the River Valley! https://swtimes.gannettcontests.com/2020-Best-of-the-Best/?fbclid=IwAR3x63W_mNa79_M0veE3RS_mpq0kyVpchIMTL8B2k
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Thank you for your continued diligence in keeping our students and staff safe. #GSDexcellence
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Live stream available from Van Buren for tonight's volleyball game.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Continue to care for yourself and help protect others in your home and community.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
***Time Change for Volleyball game scheduled for Sept. 10th @ Van Buren.*** Start time will be 5:00 p.m.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Keep voting until September 13th for Greenwood School District as Best of the Best in the River Valley! https://swtimes.gannettcontests.com/2020-Best-of-the-Best/?fbclid=IwAR3x63W_mNa79_M0veE3RS_mpq0kyVpchIMTL8B2kzENUVVQzcFC7FTT2yc
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
For a flexible and rewarding job, we are hiring substitute teachers and paraprofessionals. Link: https://sforce.co/3m3EuJS
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Due to Covid-19 concerns, the Northside-Greenwood varsity game scheduled for Friday has been cancelled. Greenwood will host Springdale HarBer on Friday night.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
There are so many ways to connect with us! Be sure to check out our website: at greenwoodk12.com and your school's websites.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
No School on Monday!
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Ticket Information for the week of Sept. 7 - 11th from Dr. Dustin Smith, Athletic Director. https://youtu.be/J6meZ_aFQmc
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
No Cost Student Meals Available The Arkansas Child Nutrition Unit has announced that the USDA grant to provide meals at no cost to students will begin immediately through December 31st. This means that all students in PK-12th grade will be provided one breakfast meal and one lunch meal free of charge. Any student wanting a la carte items or extra breakfast and lunch meals will be required to purchase those items separately.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Catch up with the latest student stories, sports scores, and news updates. It’s everything about the Bulldogs, in your pocket. If you haven’t already, download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/2zjoWhv or iPhone: https://apple.co/3cpkcot
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Volleyball will be live on the NFHS Network today vs. Southside! If you can't make it to H.B. Stewart Arena this is an option. There is a subscription to view. https://bit.ly/2EXDk1K
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Link to purchase tickets online for Tuesday's Volleyball game vs. Southside at the H.B. Stewart Arena. https://www.greenwoodk12.com/o/greenwood/page/tickets--6 Tickets can be purchased online or at the gate this week.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Keep up the great work!
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Remember to continue self screenings. Remember your masks for Monday. Together we will continue to #stopthespread.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Have a safe weekend! Looking forward to seeing you on Monday.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Athletic Update for the week August 31 through September 4th with Dr. Dustin Smith, Athletic Director. https://youtu.be/tuWTQUoUSBM
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Arkansas Department of Health released the most recent school COVID-19 numbers on Thursday. Schools with 5 or more cases are listed at this link: https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/images/uploads/pdf/school_report_8_27.pdf So proud of our staff, students, and parents for contributing to a safe and healthy school environment! Keep up the good work and Have a great weekend!
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Information regarding Greenwood Bulldog Volleyball games at H.B. Stewart arena.
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
COVID-19 Questions & Answers for Parents can be viewed here: https://5il.co/k53y
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Envision - Greenwood Professional Studies https://youtu.be/wN1HWCiuJUc
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
One more day....
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
about 1 month ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bullogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Daily Self Screening for Students
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
3 more days and counting..... here is the staggered schedule for the first week of school
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Connect with Greenwood Schools....
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Ticket Information for Bentonville Volleyball game. There is a limited amount of tickets available.
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Countdown: Returning Students have you updated your information?
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Football Guidelines for the Fayetteville/Greenwood game on August 20th.
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Countdown to Back to School 2020-21
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Arkansas Counts! Census Deadline extended until Sept. 30th.
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Orientations and Back to School Information for all schools in one place: https://bit.ly/3auKo1l
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Orientation Information by Campus: Westwood: https://bit.ly/2E5D8wA East Pointe: https://bit.ly/3fRT037 East Hills will release their orientation information on August 17th. Jr. High: https://bit.ly/2Y0Y8Ma FC/GHS: https://bit.ly/31MQjuR
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Staggered Schedules for the week of Aug. 24-28 are as follows: Westwood and East Pointe Elementary: 1st-4th grade: Monday, August 24 -- students whose last name begins with A-K attend school Tuesday, August 25 -- students whose last names begin with L-Z attend school Wednesday, August 26 -- all 1st-4th grade students attend school Kindergarten: Classes will be divided up into 3 separate groups for back-to-school attendance. Your child’s teacher will let you know which day your child is assigned. Monday, August 24 -- Group 1 Tuesday, August 25 -- Group 2 Wednesday, August 26 -- Group 3 Thursday, August 27 -- all kindergarten students attend school East Hills, Jr. High, Freshman Center, and High School (grades 5-12) Monday, August 24 -- students whose last name begins with A-K attend school Tuesday, August 25 -- students whose last names begin with L-Z attend school Wednesday, August 26 -- all 5th-12th grade students attend school
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask Up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
School Status....another way to connect
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Mask up, Bulldogs!
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Greenwood School Board will meet Aug. 13th @ 6:00, in the Stewart Arena new classroom area.
2 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Arkansas Department of Education announces the opening of the Ready for School Resource Call Center (1-833-353-6050) The purpose of the call center is to provide Arkansans with information and resources regarding the reopening of schools. https://bit.ly/2XriDBs
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Greenwood Board of Education met in Special Session on Thursday, July 30, 2020. During the meeting, the Board approved the following items: Greenwood School District Re-entry Plan, Emergency Procedure for Face Coverings, and AAA Guidelines for Students involved in Online Learning. Access these documents at: https://bit.ly/3jQ6Aaq
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
DragonFly link -
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Jr. High Supply List by classes
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Reminders and Updates for Back to School 2020-21
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
East Hills Supply List
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Jr. High Supply List
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Freshman Center/High School Supply List
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
East Pointe School Supply List
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Westwood School Supply List
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Reminder: Coaches and Parents Meeting for July 28th has been postponed
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
The Greenwood Board of Education will meet in a special session on Thursday, July 30th to discuss the Ready for Learning Plan and take action on personnel items.
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood School District administration was recently notified that a student athlete tested positive for COVID-19. Dr. Dustin Smith, Athletic Director, stated that the parents of all students who were identified as “close contacts” have been notified per ADH guidelines. Smith also released this statement, “The case was confined to one sport and one facility. Activities/practices for that sport have been suspended at this time and the facility will undergo the appropriate disinfecting and cleaning. For the privacy of our students and staff, the Greenwood School District cannot share personal information regarding this case. The school district has followed the procedures outlined by the Arkansas Department of Health and remain steadfast in our commitment to the safety of our students and staff.”
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
District Leadership teams meeting today to complete school re-entry plans. Watch for updates soon!
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
We are loving our new app! Access sports, cafeteria menus, news updates, and even emergency notifications, right from your pocket. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/2zjoWhv or iPhone: https:///apple.co/3cpkcot
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Parent/Teacher Coach Meeting put on hold
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Parent Survey regarding 2020-21 school year https://forms.gle/2HDaPY1azV6vdiGz6
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Frequently Asked Questions about Bulldog Online Learning
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Schools adopt new 2020-21 calendar
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
We’re thrilled to announce Greenwood School District’s new app! Access sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates, even emergency notifications. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/2zjoWhv or iPhone: https://apple.co/3cpkcot.
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Today we celebrate the Class of 2020, celebrate their accomplishments, and encourage them as they begin new adventures!
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
On Thursday, July 9th, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the state would move back the start of the 2020-21 school year. The new directive outlined that schools could begin their first day of school no earlier than August 24th and no later than August 26th. Superintendent John Ciesla stated that “although we are saddened by the delay in the start of the school, we will use the extra time to continue to prepare our schools for the 2020-21 school year.” District administration, calendar committee members, and the Board of Education will work to review the current school calendar and make necessary changes. Those changes will be announced late next week.
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
2020 Graduation Information
3 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
New Student Registration
4 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
Information Document regarding Back to School can be found with this web address: https://tinyurl.com/ybsb483v
4 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools
Greenwood Public Schools
New Student Registration for the 2020-21 school year starts today.
4 months ago, Greenwood Public Schools