This week Mrs. Strieter's class learned about apples. They learned the different parts of the apple, colors and why they turn brown. Friday, they made apple cake!
2 days ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Mrs. Hickman's 6th grade Social Studies class took advantage of the weather this afternoon by playing a game of "Review Cornhole" to prepare for their upcoming test over the Tigris and Euphrates Valley. When the Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Empires do not quite catch the interest of 6th graders, we find ways to make things fun!
3 days ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Here is a schedule for the homecoming events this Friday. Let's go, #W1ldcats!!!
18 days ago, Greenfield R-IV
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In order to receive texts from the school, please make sure your cell phone number on file with us is current. We also have an app available for download. Search for "Greenfield R-IV School District" in the app store or Google Play. Stay connected with your #W1ldcats!
25 days ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Homecoming will be September 16, 2022. The parade will begin at 1:00 PM. Coronation will take place at 6:00 PM with the big game following at 7:00 PM. We'll see you there! Let's go #W1ldcats!!!
about 1 month ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Due to a Mediacom outage in the area, the phones are currently down in both school buildings. We will post an update when they are back up and running. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Greenfield R-IV
On our first day of school, we'd like to recognize some new and some familiar faces to our district. Have a great first day! We're excited to have you as #W1ldcats!
about 1 month ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Fall picture day will be on Tuesday, August 30. Pictures will begin in both buildings at 8:00 AM. Fall sports pictures will take place on the same day. They will begin at 1:00 PM. Bring your smiling faces!!
about 1 month ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Open House for the 2022-2023 School Year will be tonight from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm for the Elementary School and 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm for the Junior High and High School. Hope to see everyone there!
about 2 months ago, Chris Kell, Superintendent
Parents/Guardians of Greenfield R-IV Students, On June 15, 2022 the Greenfield R-IV School Board approved the 2022-2023 Student Handbook. With the upcoming school year approaching we wanted to let you know of one particularly important change you will see throughout the school buildings. You will see the change below: TELEPHONES Student use of classroom telephone is prohibited. If a student receives a telephone message during the school day, the message will be delivered during transition between classes, at lunch, or at a convenient time for the messenger. Junior high and high school student use of cellular/mobile phone, smart watches, audio devices, and/or any device that connects to the internet/wifi is strictly prohibited during school time (7:30-3:51). Failure to comply will result in consequences listed below. CONSEQUENCES FOR VIOLATIONS: 1st offense--Student(s) electronic device(s) will be confiscated and turned in at the office for parent/guardian pick-up. 2nd offense--Student(s) electronic device(s) will be confiscated and turned in at the office for parent/guardian pick-up. Student(s) will receive a 1-3 day ISS suspension. 3rd offense and beyond--Student(s) electronic device(s) will be confiscated and turned in at the office for parent/guardian pick-up. Student(s) will receive a 3-10 day OSS suspension. **Any failure to comply with rendering the electronic device(s) will result in a 5-10 day OSS suspension. These changes are due to many factors. A few examples are an increase in students taking videos/pictures of other students and faculty members in bathrooms and classrooms and then posting to social media sites with no permission granted. Conflicts between students arise during class time and are posted via Snapchat or texts that continue throughout the school day. Cheating on assignments and tests are to just to name a few. Your support on the policy change would be appreciated. Our faculty and staff strive daily to instill the importance of your child’s education here at Greenfield R-IV Schools. The cellphones/watches/etc. are a distraction from the education taking place in the classrooms. If you have any questions please feel free to call 417-637-5321 or email us at: jroberts@greenfieldr4.org tviolett@greenfieldr4.org Sincerely, Jennifer Roberts, HS/JH School Principal Tamara Violett, Elementary School Principal Link to letter: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Rpp-PA8DN6Ms4Z_7Hvh7mOEyYOD0YhADWvWoSztOQ7Q/edit?usp=sharing
3 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Yesterday, the sixth grade class had Step Up Day at the junior high. They toured the building, met teachers and got a small taste of life in the junior high. We're excited for them to grace the junior high hallways next year! #W1ldcats
4 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Mrs. Lyle's preschool class and members of NHS walked to the post office today to mail letters home.
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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JH cheer tryouts will be May 16 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the Brown Gym at the elementary. See image for more details.
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Preschool students walked to the GHS greenhouse today to pick up the daisies the high school students helped them plant. What a nice day to get outside for a walk! Thank you, greenhouse students!
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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It's nearly graduation time at Greenfield Elementary! Preschool graduation will be May 26 at 8:30 AM in the Brown Gymnasium. 6th grade graduation will be May 26 at 9:30 AM in the Brown Gymnasium. See images for more details. #W1ldcats
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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Some student writers in Ms. Alicia Burton’s English classes had the opportunity to participate in the LAD Fair in April of 2022. These students showed exemplary work in one or more language arts categories. Some submitted original stories while others submitted drawings based off the 5th grade novel study of Holes by Louis Sachar. LAD Fair winners in 5th grade were Parker Noland with a first place and Writer’s Hall of Fame placement and Ayden Myers with a first place placement. Other 5th grade participants included Izabell DeJager, Abigale Maxwell, Jack Jones, Kale McCollough, Tiffany McCarty, and Layla Webb. Lots of hard work and care was put into each of these submissions. Congratulations to all LAD Fair participants!
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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This week, the 5th/6th Grade beginner band is learning the basics of how to march with their instruments! Greenfield bands are under the direction of Mr. Dalton Elery.
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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The Greenfield R-IV art show is coming on Saturday May 7. Come see artwork from all grade levels! #W1ldcats
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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MAP testing begins Tuesday, May 3. Here are some tips to help students do their best!
5 months ago, Greenfield R-IV
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