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Class of 2020 Parade Scheduled

Class of 2020 Parade Scheduled

The Greenfield R-4 School District will be holding graduation for the class of 2020 on June 26th at 7 P.M located at the football field. Due to COVID-19, we will only be...

Class of 2020 Greenfield A+ Program  Graduates Announced

Class of 2020 Greenfield A+ Program Graduates Announced

Greenfield High School will graduate thirteen seniors who met the A+ Program standards set by the state of Missouri and Greenfield R-IV Schools, therefore earning a tuition...

Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer Program

Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer Program

The Greenfield R-IV School District would like to pass along the following information from the Department of Social Services regarding the Pandemic Electronic Benefits...

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Chris Kell, Superintendent

Chris Kell, Superintendent

about 1 month ago

Thursday, May 21st, will be the last day that take home meals are available for our students. The district appreciates all individuals, both community members and staff, who assisted in the preparations and delivery of these meals to our students.

Greenfield Jr/Sr High

Greenfield Jr/Sr High

2 months ago

Nicole Veach and Elle Loonsfoot have qualified for the FCCLA National STAR Event Competition. They completed their chapter service project, Penny Wars, in December raising money for the Dade County Food Pantry. The girls presented their project at regional STAR Events, received a gold medal, and qualified for state. The state competition was not able to be held, therefore, national qualifiers were selected based upon regional scores. Veach and Loonsfoot will be participating in the virtual National Competition in July. Congratulations, ladies! view image

Chris Kell, Superintendent

Chris Kell, Superintendent

3 months ago

Governor Parsons has announced that Missouri schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year calendar.

Greenfield Jr/Sr High

Greenfield Jr/Sr High

3 months ago

Attention A+ Seniors: The Missouri Department of Higher Education has modified the A+Program requirements for 2020 graduates only. The modifications include: 1) The math requirement has been eliminated since we are not giving EOC’s and ACT testing has been suspended. 2) A cumulative grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) is required. There is no need to use the sliding scale since the math requirement has been eliminated. 3) Seniors must have completed at least 25 hours (instead of 50 hours) of supervised tutoring. The cumulative average daily attendance requirement of 95% remains the same. As it is every year, A+ eligibility will be determined once transcripts are finalized. As such, I am unable to definitively tell you if you are eligible at this time. Please continue to stay well. Kelly Kramer A+Program Coordinator view image

Chris Kell, Superintendent

Chris Kell, Superintendent

4 months ago

The ongoing impact of COVID-19 in our region requires school districts to be flexible and make decisions that are in the best interest of public health. In consultation with the Dade County Health Department, and Dade County School Superintendents, we have made a joint decision to extend the “Wellness Break” of our respective Districts through April 24, 2020. Greenfield R-IV understands that this is an uncertain time for our students, families, and communities, but we remain focused on protecting the safety and well-being of students, staff, and families.

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