The New Hampshire Dance Institute Residency Program presents “Wonder-filled”, a celebration of the many wonders of the world! Students reach, stomp, jump, turn, and leap across the stage as upbeat, lively songs help bring the joy of dance to more than 2500 students throughout the school year across the Monadnock Region. The Residency Program transforms everyday students into NHDI dancers with an all-school finale that encourages everyone to celebrate being “full of wonder”!
Greenfield 2nd graders enjoyed a STEM project as they worked together to solve problems creatively. Each group of students used a variety of craft materials to make a paper bag puppet.
Kindergarten students and 4th graders worked together on naming and designing a gingerbread village. Students created a blueprint and then built their village out of craft supplies. Working together on challenging projects allows our little ones to achieve lofty goals!
We are lucky to have Greenfield State Park in our backyard! We use the park as an offsite location for PE, Harris Center visits, and our after school snow shoe club.
This year, the park offered an outreach program for students in grades 3 and 4. Students learned about how to “leave no trace behind”
Greenfield students enjoyed a trip to Hancock Elementary School for the annual Turkey Trot. Students ran, walked, and played games for good health and a good cause.
Donations of shelf stable foods and personal care items for the Peterborough food pantry were in abundance. Turkeys were raffled at the end of the event.
As we put together our 2017-2018 school-year calendar, we are soliciting input from the parents and students related to the calendar. While the school-year calendar is shaped by both collective agreements and Department of Education regulations, there is still room for some flexibility and choice. We appreciate you taking the time to help us look at some of our customary practices associated with the school year. Read More: Calendar Survey