Due to winter weather, the Greenfield R-IV School District will release at 1:30 pm today, Friday, January 15th.
Students receive a protein like cheese or meat, a fruit, vegetable, a grain and a dairy product. Students will be able to eat the snack in class or take it home. Please have students remove food from backpacks when they get home as some of it requires refrigeration. This program is funded through the USA Child and Adult Care Food Program.
The Greenfield School District will begin its Winter Break at the conclusion of the school day Friday, December 18th. Friday will NOT be an early dismissal day. There will not be school Monday, December 21st - Monday, January 4th. School will resume Tuesday, January 5th.
The Greenfield R-IV School District will return to in-person learning on Tuesday, December 1st.
Due to an increase in quarantines among staff and students, the Greenfield R-IV School District will be transitioning to virtual instruction Wednesday, November 18th. School will be in session on Tuesday, November 17th to hand out chromebooks and/or homework packets. The district will then transition to virtual instruction from November 18th - November 30th. Plans are to return to in class instruction on Tuesday, December 1st. Chris Kell Superintendent
Due to Covid-19 concerns, the Greenfield School District will not be holding its annual Veterans Day Assembly on November 11th. As a current member of the Army National Guard, I would like to say thank you to all that have served! Chris Kell Superintendent
In preparation for flu season and to help with home screening for sickness, we have partnered with the Kinsa Fluency program to help get a smart thermometer into every home. In addition to the thermometer, you will have access to real time information and updates about what illnesses are going around in your child's classroom. This is a voluntary program, but a great resource!
Reminder: The Greenfield School District will release today, Thursday, October 22nd, at 12:00 pm. Classes will return to their normal hours of operation on Friday, October 23rd.
The Greenfield R-IV School District will release at 12:00 pm, Thursday, October 22nd, to allow faculty/staff an opportunity to attend funeral services for a member of the district’s faculty. The district will return to normal hours of operation on Friday, October 23rd.
Twin Dragons restaurant is the sponsor of Greenfield High School’s new A+Program Banner. The banners are a way to honor A+ graduates who, as part of the program scholarship requirements, tutor and mentor younger students. The GHS senior class of 2020 had thirteen students who earned this distinction. Our sincere thanks goes to Gemper McCoy, owner and operator of Twin Dragons, as well as to her daughter Princess Jeffreys, restaurant manager and bookkeeper. Princess, herself a 2018 A+ graduate who attends Southwest Baptist University, is pictured here with program coordinator Kelly Kramer.
The Dade County Health Department will be on-site providing FREE flu shots to students on Wednesday, October 21st. Elementary students will be sent home with a consent form this week. Any JH or HS student who would like a flu shot needs to pick up a form from the front office, or click on link and print form and send in completed form with your student as soon as possible. They will NOT get a flu shot without consent. Thank you! - Nurse Natasha
Due to COVID concerns, this Friday's football game has been cancelled. Homecoming crowning will be postponed until Friday, 10/16. If that game is cancelled, crowning will take place at the last home volleyball game scheduled for 10/22. The Homecoming Parade has been rescheduled for Friday, 10/16 at 1:00pm. The parade will take place regardless of possible game cancellations.
Greenfield R-IV personnel received information today, Monday, September 21st, that a student tested positive, in our JH/HS building, for COVID-19. Discussion with the Dade County Health Department is ongoing to implement contact tracing and for any additional guidance needed regarding the situation. The Dade County Health Department will contact the parents/guardians of any student that requires quarantine.
Hello, Wildcats! We have made it to the beginning of week 3 and so far, so good! We are starting to see students with allergy symptoms which is to be expected as the season is starting to change. Because allergy symptoms are so similar to COVID-19 symptoms, please make sure that your child's allergies are being treated so that this doesn't affect their ability to stay in school. We want to keep our kids here! Please continue to do your daily wellness screenings at home. We must continue this practice to help keep our students in school and learning, so let's work together to make that happen! If your child has any of the following symptoms, please keep them home (if you have any questions about symptoms, feel free to call me at 417-637-5921 ext. 1212 and I will assist you in making the decision whether they should stay home or not). • Fever or chills • Cough • Muscle aches • Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea • New loss of taste or smell • New runny nose or congestion • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Sore throat • Close contact with a person with COVID-19 in the last 14 days Also, please don't forget to send your child with a water bottle. Thank you so much for your help keeping our students healthy and learning! Natasha Myers, R.N.
While there are many uncertainties surrounding this school year, one thing Greenfield R-IV's athletic programs would like to make sure of is that our Senior Athletes have a moment to be recognized. Senior Night will be moved up to the following dates: Volleyball - September 8th, 2020 vs. Everton Football - September 11th, 2020 vs. Diamond Greenfield R-IV would like to thank our Seniors and their families for their commitment and investment to growing the district's athletic programs throughout their high school careers. We look forward to celebrating you!
Good afternoon! I would like to remind everyone that Tuesday, August 25th is the first day of school. Doors open for breakfast at 7:30 for both buildings, with classes in the Elementary beginning at 8:00 and ending at 3:45, classes beginning in the JH/HS at 8:06 and ending at 3:51. Due to Covid-19, all students are encouraged to bring a water bottle with them to school.
Meet the Teacher night is tonight from 4:00-6:00 pm at both the JH/HS and the Elementary School. Both events will use a drive through format.
Greenfield Schools will be accepting applications for remote learning enrollment until Friday, August 14th. All students enrolled for this type of instruction will be required to be enrolled for remote instruction for the entire First Semester. Parents/Guardians of elementary school students contact Mr. Cox, Elementary School Principal, and parents/guardians of JH/HS students contact Ms. Roberts, JH/HS Principal for application documents and available options for your children.
**Fall Athletics Practice Start Dates** High School Volleyball - Monday, August 10th, 9am - 11am, HS Gym High School Football - Monday, August 10th, 4pm-6pm, check-in 3:30pm. Football field. Junior High Volleyball - Monday, August 17th, 3pm - 4:30pm, ES Gym Junior High Football - Monday, August 17th, 4pm-6pm, check-in 3:30pm. Football field. All athletes are required to have a physical and updated insurance release on file in order to practice. Athletes need to bring their own water bottles.
**Fall Athletics Update** High School fall sports will begin AUGUST 10th. Junior High fall sports will begin AUGUST 17th. Athletes must have a 2 year physical and annual insurance requirement form completed and on file before participation will be allowed. Greenfield Medical Center is offering FREE sports physicals for residents in Dade County. Appointments are preferred. MSHSAA 2 Year Physical Form: https://www.mshsaa.org/resources/PDF/Current%20Pre-participation%20Physical%20Evaluation%20-%20PPE-History%20Form-English.pdf MSHSAA Annual Requirement Form: http://www.mshsaa.org/resources/pdf/CurrentMSHSAAPre-participationDocumentation-AnnualRequirements.pdf
Wildcat Youth Volleyball and Football camps wrapped up a successful showing both on the field and in the gymnasium this week. Each camp had an outstanding turnout with roughly 35 students in attendance. Football hosted grades K-6 as well as Junior High athletes. Volleyball hosted grades 3-6 and Junior High athletes. Go Wildcats!
Volleyball camp will be held on July 20th-22nd for all students entering 3rd-5th grade from 6:00-7:00 pm at the high school gym. Volleyball camp for students in grades 6th-8th will also be held July 20th-22nd from 6:00-7:30 in the high school gym.
Summer football camp for K-6 students will take place July 20-22, at the football practice field, from 6:00-7:00 pm. Summer football camp for JH students will take place July 20-22 at the football practice field, from 6:00-7:30 pm.
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.
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!
Greenfield Families, We would like your feedback and input regarding potential summer school classes. We would also like to survey your child's access to home Internet and devices. Please click the link below to complete the survey. https://forms.gle/ANELBaBYmudFAXh89
Graduation for the Greenfield Class of 2020 has been moved from May 17th to Friday, June 26th in response to the COVID-19 virus. Graduation will take place at the football field and begin at 7:00 pm. Sunday, June 28th has been reserved as a make-up day in case of inclement weather. If the June date is not possible due to social distancing restrictions, graduation will be held July 24th, with July 25-26th as make up days. Senior Prom is postponed until further notice.
Due to a previously scheduled day off for our kitchen staff, no meals will be served at the Greenfield school locations on Monday, April 13th. Meals will resume their regular schedule on Tuesday, April 14th.
Governor Parsons has announced that Missouri schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year calendar.
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
Beginning this week, student meals will be available to pick up at the Elementary School Monday - Thursday, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. Meals will not be handed out on Fridays. Instead students picking up a meal on Thursday will receive meals for both Thursday and Friday. The district will also be setting up a grab and go pick up location at the South Greenfield Post Office on Monday - Thursday, from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
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.
Doors to both school buildings will be open this week for parents/students to stop by and pick up classwork packets for all students. Stop by the front entrance of our buildings Tuesday, March 24th to Friday, March 27th from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm to get your enrichment packets.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided for students beginning Thursday, March 19, 2020. Times for pick up will be from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm daily at the circle drive behind the Elementary School Building (near the playground). Meals will be similar to sacked lunches served during summer school or on past field trips. Each student will receive lunch for the day and breakfast for the following day. All meals will be picked up and consumed at home. District cafeterias will not be open. The elementary school will be the location of meal pick up for all grades PK-12.
The Greenfield R-IV School District will be closing beginning Tuesday, March 17th to Friday April 3rd for a wellness break. In consultation with health department officials, this is in the best interest for student and community health. All co- and extra-curricular events and sports practices are also suspended, effective immediately. Updates will be made available as the situation changes.
Reminder: School will be out during the week of March 9th - March 13 for Spring Break. School will not be in session, Monday, March 16th, as that day is no longer being used as a snow make-up day. Students will return to school Tuesday, March 17th.
Due to an influx of sickness, we would like to go over our policy on illness as well as a few ways to help protect your family from everything currently going around (we are mostly seeing strep, a stomach virus and the flu at this time). Illness — Healthy children are better learners; therefore, please DO NOT send children to school if they have a FEVER, DIARRHEA, OR HAVE VOMITED. If your child has vomited or experienced diarrhea, he/she must be symptom free for 24 hours before returning to school. Children must be fever free without medication for 24 hours before returning to school. We will send your student home if they have a fever of 101.0 degrees or above (or less if your student is symptomatic). It is also recommended that you send a water bottle to school with your student to stay hydrated. How To Protect You and Your Family from the Flu & other sickness Get the Flu Vaccine Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and throw the tissue in the trash after using it. If you do not have a tissue, cover your coughs and sneezes with the inside of your elbow, not your bare hands. Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Germs spread this way. Try to avoid close contact with sick people. If you are sick with flu-like illness, it is recommended that you stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone. While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them. Disinfect your environment, especially during sickness. Build your immune system by eating fruits/veggies, exercising regularly, get adequate sleep, taking vitamins (specifically C, B6 and E). Medications — Any medication (prescription and over the counter) must be brought to the school by a parent/guardian and given to the nurse. Students are NOT allowed to bring or transport any types of medication to school in their backpacks. This is to keep everyone safe. Please contact Nurse Natasha if you have any questions or refer to our handbook. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I can be reached at 417-637-5921 ext. 1212 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org Natasha Myers, R.N.
Reminder: The Greenfield R-IV School District will be in session Monday, February 24th for a snow make up day.
Congratulations to 8th grader, Megan Lundy, on having her artwork hand selected to hang in the 2020 Senate Exhibit! Megan's artwork will be on display in the senate hallway at the state capital. Megan and teacher, Mrs. Jones, have also been invited to attend the Senate Awards Ceremony held on March 16th. Congratulations Megan!
**Greenfield Football Community, WE NEED YOUR HELP** The football program is needing information on past teams/players. This info includes: • Championship/Playoff Teams (Conference, District, State) • Team Photos • Outstanding Players w/recognition (All Conference, District, State) • Players who went on to play at the college level • Individual Photos • Team Rosters • Contact Info for Class Presidents • Etc. Any information would be greatly appreciated! Please send any info you may have to Coach Breedlove at the High School!
On Wednesday, February 12, Greenfield High School will be hosting the 135th Army Band as part of their tour around the state of Missouri. The 135th Army Band is based in Springfield, MO and is comprised of active-duty army members who focus on spreading community and patriotism through music. The performance starts at 1:30pm in the gym, and is free/open to the public.
Reminder: The Greenfield R-IV School District will be in session Monday, February 10th, to make up for a snow day.
Courtwarming Order of Events: Friday - February 7, 2020 5:00pm - JV Boys 6:00pm - Courtwarming Coronation 6:30pm - Varsity Girls 7:45pm - Varsity Boys ***Order of events are final, but timing may vary as the night progresses***
Due to winter weather, the Greenfield R-IV School District will not be in session, Thursday, February 6th.
Due to winter weather, the Greenfield R-IV School District will not be in session today, Wednesday, February 5th.
*****GAME TIME UPDATE***** The Junior High Boys Basketball HOME game vs. Skyline has been moved up to 5:00p.m. The game will be held in the High School gym. GO BIG BLUE!
Third grade students have just started to learn about fractions. In order to help with understanding fractions, students were paired with one another and completed a hands-on activity. After students partitioned various objects into equal parts, they had a "fraction museum walk" around the room to observe other students' work. They had great discussions after the activity, which in turn will guide them to new skills in fractions. Basic math skills like understanding fractions, are crucial for everyone to master. From cooking and carpentry to sports and sewing, we can't escape factions in our daily lives!
Due to winter weather, the Greenfield R-IV School District will be closed Friday, January 24th. This day will be made up on February 24th.
***Due to weather conditions, the JH BOYS home game vs. Skyline has been postponed. The game has been rescheduled for February 4th.***
Due to winter weather in the area, there will be no school in Greenfield, Friday January 17th. This day will be made up on February 10th.
💥JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL LOCATION UPDATE:💥 Tomorrow, January 16th, the Junior High Boys basketball game vs. Ash Grove will be @ HOME. Game time: 5:30pm.
Due to road conditions, all 12/17 athletic events have been postponed. • JH Boys Basketball @ Stockton - RESCHEDULE to be determined • HS Girls & Boys Basketball @ HOME vs. Verona - RESCHEDULED for January 30th.
Due to winter weather, school will not be in session Tuesday, December 17th.
**** Tonight’s, December 16th, HS Girls and Boys basketball games @ Marion C. Early have been cancelled due to worsening weather conditions. The games have been rescheduled for February 14th. ****
Due to the weather forecast, the Vo-Tech bus to Lamar will not run today, Monday, December 16th.
Tomorrow, December 11th, the Junior High and High School Band and Choir will hold their annual Christmas Concert. The evening will feature Christmas music by the JH+HS Choirs, 6th Grade Band, JH Band, and the HS Band. The concert will begin at 7:00pm. Come get in the spirit and support GHS fine arts!
Welcome back! We hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving Break and you're ready to tackle the remainder of the semester! Here is a look at the upcoming events this week: Tuesday 12/3 - • JH Girls Basketball - @ HOME vs. Lockwood (5:30pm) • Varsity Boys Basketball - @ Marionville Tournament vs. Buffalo (7:30pm) Wednesday 12/4 - • Senior Luncheon (Boys) - 12:30pm • Senior Tea (Girls) - 1:00pm Thursday 12/5 - • Elementary Christmas Program - 7:00pm Friday 12/6 - • Girls Varsity Basketball - @ HOME vs. RUSH (6:00pm)
‼️ REMINDER ‼️ Greenfield R-IV will be in session Monday, November 25th. Thanksgiving Break begins Wednesday, November 27th.
HS Boys Basketball will be traveling to the Spokane Jamboree this evening. Schedule is as follows: Two 6 Minute Quarters 5:30 Greenfield vs. Spokane 6:00 Buffalo vs. Greenfield 6:30 Blue Eye vs. Buffalo 7:00 Blue Eye vs. Greenfield 7:30 Buffalo vs. Spokane 8:00 Blue Eye vs. Spokane
The Greenfield R-IV School District will not have school, Tuesday, November 12th, due to poor road conditions and extreme cold.
The Greenfield R-IV School District's annual Veterans Day Assembly will be held Friday, November 8th. The assembly will take place in the high school gym at 9:00 am.
Greenfield Wildcat Volleyball is pleased to announce four athletes have been recognized for their hard work throughout the 35 game season. Earning All District 1st Team - SR. Adriauna Wallen, JR. Morgan Wright, and FR Marlie Wright. Earning All District 2nd Team - FR. Tatum Torres. Congratulations ladies!
💥Community Spotlight💥 Thank you to A+ Fitness for not only allowing the High School Boys and Girls Basketball Teams to participate in the annual Zombie Run 5K, but for generously donating the proceeds to the GHS Athletics Department! It was a blast and we look forward to next year! #1school1community1wildcatfamily
❗❗ REMINDER ❗❗ FAFSA Frenzy will be held on Monday, October 21st, in the High School Computer Lab from 5:00pm - 7:00pm. There will be a representative from OTC present to help guide parents/students through the process. All seniors and parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to attend. Please be sure to bring your income tax information to this event.
It’s GAME DAY and it’s going to be a busy evening in Wildcat Country! • HS Volleyball vs. Verona - @ HOME 6:00pm (Varsity will play 1st with JV to follow) • JV Football vs. Ash Grove - @ Ash Grove 6:30pm (Will play 2 quarters only) • JH Football vs. Liberal - @ HOME 5:30pm
It's Junior High GAME DAY! • JH Volleyball vs. Diamond - HOME @ 5:30pm
It's Junior High GAME DAY! • JH Volleyball vs. El Dorado Springs Bulldogs - @ Home 5:30pm. Let's go, Ladies!
It’s Junior High GAME DAY! • JH Football vs. Jasper - @ Home 5:30pm • JH Volleyball vs. Marionville - @ Marionville Middle School 5:30pm GO BIG BLUE!
It’s GAME DAY! • High School Volleyball will be hosting the Liberal Bulldogs this evening. Game time: 6:00pm. • Junior High Volleyball will be hitting the road to face off with the Strafford Indians. Game time: 5:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
There will be NO Junior Varsity Football game today, September 23rd.
Greenfield R-IV would like to thank Sergeant John Lueckenhoff with the Missouri State Highway Patrol for holding an educational assembly over the dangers of distracted driving. Distracted driving is a hazard that presents itself to our students daily and Sgt. Lueckenhoff did a phenomenal job of engaging and interacting with students grades 9-12. We encourage parents to help us combat this epidemic by having these types of conversations with their young drivers. #1school1community1wildcatfamily
Mr. Cox has began a fun unit by venturing into each elementary classroom, once per quarter, and reading a short story followed by a mini lesson. This element of immersion allows students to continue building relationships, as well as a bringing a calming sense of familiarity, with Mr. Cox, building principal. After the first week of readings, we aren't sure who is enjoying themselves more...the kids or Mr. Cox! #w1ldcats
The Student Ambassadors are hosting H.O.P.E week 9/17 - 9/20 to promote Suicide Prevention Month. HOPE stands for Hold On Pain Ends. Student Ambassador have printed inspirational quotes for each student's locker grades 7-12. The Student Ambassadors have also made daily posters with a quote. They are encouraging students to take a picture with the posters and tag on Instagram @ghs_student_ambassadors. Colors that represent HOPE have been assigned to each day of the week. GHS students are encouraged to participate and promote suicide prevention month.
Fall Athletes - Don’t forget TODAY, September 16th, is team picture day! Junior High and High School football, volleyball, and cheer will be taking pictures today. Questions about your time slot? Contact your coach for additional info.
As the country awoke to the 18th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Greenfield R-IV served an assembly of remembrance this morning. The assembly was led by High School student ambassadors and embodied the emotion and sincerity of the day. Mr. Gandy delivered an acoustic performance of the Star Spangled Banner and the High School Student Ambassadors paid tribute by reciting a timeline of events from that sorrowful day in 2001. Greenfield R-IV would like to send our upmost gratitude to those who have served our country whether it be in the past, present, or future. Never forget. #WeRemember #9/11
It's GAME DAY! The Junior High Lady Wildcats volleyball team will be hosting the Lockwood Tigers for their opening game of the season. Game time: 5:30pm. Come get your blue on and cheer for these young student-athletes! ****There is NO JV FOOTBALL game today****
The GHS Yearbook Staff is running a fantastic special on next year's yearbook! Now through Homecoming (Sept 27th) you can purchase the 2019-2020 yearbook for the special price of $35! This will be the lowest price of the year! Order forms are available at each school building. If interested, please fill out a form and return to Mr. Teel at the High School.
It's volleyball GAME DAY! The Lady Wildcats will be traveling to Joplin this evening to volley with the Thomas Jefferson Cavaliers. Game time: 6:00pm. Let's go ladies!
It's officially GAME DAY! Varsity Football will be kicking off the season at Jasper this evening where they will face off with the Eagles. Game time: 7:00pm. Get your blue on and come cheer on the Wildcats!
Due to severe weather, JH Volleyball will not have practice today, August 26th. Please contact Coach Hickman with any questions. Lhickman@greenfieldr4.org
Junior High Volleyball practice begins Monday, August 19th, from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Practice will be held in the Elementary Gym. Physicals and Insurance paperwork must be completed and turned in before you are able to practice. Coach Hickman email@example.com
The first day of school for the 2019-2020 school year is Tuesday, August 13th. Doors open in both buildings at 7:30 am. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 am to 8:00 am. Classes will start at the Elementary School at 8:00 am and the JH/HS will start at 8:06 am. Welcome Back!
Open House is tonight, August 8th, for the Greenfield R-IV School District. Stop by to get a head start on the 2019-2020 school year! The Elementary School will be open from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The JH/HS will be open from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Junior High Volleyball practice will begin August 15th directly after school. All interested athletes must have an updated physical on file in order to participate in practice. For any additional questions, please contact Coach Hickman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Greenfield R-IV School District is accepting sealed bids for a 2003 Bluebird Model All American, 82-passenger school bus with a diesel engine and an automatic transmission. The bus has 126,227 miles and is in good mechanical shape. It may be seen at the District Bus Barn located at the corner of Hwy 39 and BB. Bids must be received by Friday, June 14, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. Please mail bids to 410 West College, Greenfield, MO 65661 or hand deliver to the High School Office. Bids must be clearly marked: 2003 Bluebird Bus Bids on the outside of the sealed envelope. The Board has the right to reject any or all bids.
The Greenfield R-IV School District is accepting sealed bids for a 1997 Bluebird Model TC-2000, 72-passenger, handicap accessible school bus with a diesel engine. The bus has 101,735 miles and is in good mechanical shape. It may be seen at the District Bus Barn located at the corner of Hwy 39 and BB. Bids must be received by Friday, June 14, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. Please mail to 410 West College, Greenfield, MO 65661 or hand deliver to the High School Office. Bids must be clearly marked: 1997 Bluebird Bus Bids on the outside of the sealed envelope. The Board has the right to reject any or all bids.
Congratulations to these four elementary school students for winning bicycles at the awards assembly today. Their names, along with the names of many other students, were entered into the bicycle drawing for having five or fewer absences during the 2018-2019 school year . Keep up the good work and enjoy your summer!
Reminder: The Elementary School Pre-K Graduation will take place May 21st at 9:00 am in the new gym. Following the graduation there will be a Last Day Assembly for grades K-6th at 9:30 am.
Reminder: The Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Tuesday, May 21st at 1:00 pm for Summer Break. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
The Junior High Awards Assembly will be held this afternoon, May 17, at 2:00pm in the High School gymnasium. The assembly is open to the community.
As the High School Awards Assembly wraps up, it can be said with certainty Greenfield High School boasts students of high intelligence and character. Top ranking awards for each class, scholarships, and a few funny stories of reflection were presented and shared among students and members of the community. Congratulations goes out to our students and staff for another year of influence and achievement. We are proud of each and every one of you!
The Greenfield Chapter of the National Honor Society will be inducting new members this evening , May 14th, at 7pm. This ceremony will include the bestowal of gold honor cords to the graduating seniors, as well as the installation of next year's officers. A reception will follow in the cafeteria. We hope you can attend!
It's time for DISTRICT BASEBALL! Today, 5/10, the boys baseball team will be traveling to Schiffendecker Park in Joplin to face off with the Ash Grove Pirates. Game time: 6:30pm. Let's go Wildcats, we believe in you!
BASEBALL UPDATE: Today's, May 9th, baseball game will be held @ Stockton due to wet weather conditions. Game time: 4:30pm.
Last night the Wildcat Booster Club hosted the annual Spring Athletic Banquet. The banquet recognized Junior High and High School athlete participants from cheer, basketball, track, baseball, and softball. There was a tremendous turnout and it was a sight to see so many athletes being recognized and supported by the community. Thank you, Booster Club! You've put on another fantastic and enjoyable evening. Thank you, Werthy Mai for always sharing such great photos of our kids! Thank you to our athletes and parents for being so invested in the athletic program here at Greenfield R-IV! #1school1community1wildcatfamily
It's GAME DAY! The High School Baseball team will be hosting the Stockton Tigers this evening. Game time: 4:30pm. Let's go boys!
High School Baseball will be traveling to Pleasant Hope this evening to face off with the Pirates. Game time: 4:30pm. Go Big Blue! **Please note, Senior Recognition will be held at tomorrows, May 8th, Athletic Banquet. The banquet will be held in the HS Gym @ 5:30pm.
Wildcat fans, tonight's Softball Sectional game will be broadcast LIVE! If you cannot make it to the game, be sure to tune in and cheer on our Lady Wildcats from afar! Game time: 4:00pm Broadcast link here: http://mtneers.com/
Greenfield represented well at last Saturday's (May 4) District Track Meet at School of the Ozarks. Battling tough conditions throughout the day boys team finished 3rd overall with 79 points! Girls teams finished 10th with 30 points. Collectively we will be sending 7 athletes to Sectionals, at Carl Junction, on Saturday, in 10 events! We are very proud of all our athletes and the way they compete each meet! GO BLUE! Athletes and their events/qualifying marks are noted below: High Jump Adriauna Wallen- 5'00 Dante Stafford- 5'10 Triple Jump Morgan Wright- 31'10.25 Daunte Stafford- 41'8.25 110 Meter Hurdles Blade Welch- 18.63 sec 100 M Dash Bailey Baker- 11.93 sec 200 M Dash Quin Morrow- 24.75 sec 300 M Hurdles Blade Welch- 46.52 sec 4x200 M Relay- 138.77 Bailey Baker Conner Lewandowski Quin Morrow Blade Welch Daunte Stafford (ALT) 4x100 M Relay- 47.27 Bailey Baker Blade Welch Quin Morrow Daunte Stafford Conner Lewandowski (ALT)
Sending a big CONGRATULATIONS to our Lady Wildcat Softball team as they became District Champs this evening! We are so proud of you! The Lady Wildcats will roll into Sectionals tomorrow, May 6th versus the Mt. Vernon Moutaineers. Game will be held in Mt. Vernon at 4:00pm with a $7 entry fee. Let’s go ladies, keep it going!
Spring Athletic Banquet has been rescheduled to Wednesday, May 8th @ 5:30pm in the High School Gymnasium.
Due to poor weather conditions, the High School Softball DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP game has been rescheduled to Sunday, May 5th @ 5:00pm. The Lady Wildcats will be playing the Jasper Eagles in Liberal. Come out and cheer on our ladies as they try and secure the district championship!
On April 26, Traci Crane and Gretchen Jackson of CFI--Joplin visited Ms. Morrison's afternoon classes. They discussed resume writing, interview skills, and effective written communication. They outlined their arduous rise from high school graduation to senior management at an international corporation and encouraged students to design their own plans for success. Crane is a former student of Ms. Morrison.
High School Baseball will be playing in the 5th Place game of the Miller Tournament today, May 3rd. Vs. : Southwest Trojans Location: The Sandlot - HWY 96 Game time: 1:30pm Go Big Blue!
Reminder: The Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, May 3rd at 1:00 pm for teacher professional development. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
*** District Softball Update *** The Lady Wildcats will be playing Liberal in the second round of district play, Thursday, May 2nd. Game time: 3:00pm. Location: Liberal If the Lady Wildcats win, they will advance to the Championship on Friday, May 3rd @ 4:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
As many know, our buses returned to the school after departure yesterday due to the issued tornado warning. As students were taking shelter in the basement, we had a few nervous elementary students. One high school student stepped in and eased our young students nerves, by showing them funny videos. #1school1community1wildcatfamily
Baseball Update - Tonights, April 30th, baseball game has been postponed due to weather. Updated game times will be posted at a later date.
Softball Districts - UPDATE - Due to incoming weather threats, there have been some changes to the District Softball bracket. The Lady Wildcats second round game will be Thursday, May 2 @ 3:00pm vs. Liberal. The location is still unknown and will be determined at a later date.
***DISTRICT SOFTBALL LOCATION UPDATE*** District Softball will be played at JASPER this evening, 4/29. This location change only applies to today's game!
It’s shaping up to be a gorgeous day for Prom! Promenade will begin at 6pm on the courthouse steps. The community is invited to come see our students dressed to the nines. Prom will then begin at 7pm at the Intermission Cafe. Have fun students, these memories will last a lifetime! **If you are dropping off appetizers, please have them to the Intermission Cafe by 5pm***
High School Track will be traveling to Hollister today, 4/26. Meet time: 4:00pm. Good luck to all!
Junior High and High School Track will be hitting the road this evening. JH will be competing at Eldo, while the HS travels to Willard. Meet times: 4:00pm.
It's GAME DAY! High School Baseball and Softball will be traveling to Liberal this evening to face off with the Bulldogs. Game times: 4:30pm. Come out and support our student athletes!
Greenfield R-IV will be hosting an Immunization Clinic on Friday, May 10th. Parent/guardian must call Nurse Natasha for an appointment & required consent form as soon as possible. Parents are welcome to come be with their child during their shots, however if you are unavailable, Nurse Natasha will be on the bus with your child. This is the perfect opportunity to get the school required immunizations for incoming Kindergartners and the required tetanus and meningitis boosters for incoming 8th, 10th and 12th graders.
Update: High School Baseball and Softball games at Northeast Vernon County tonight, April 23rd, have been cancelled due to rain.
It's GAME DAY! High School Baseball and Softball will be traveling to Northeast Vernon County to face off with the Knights. Game times: 4:30pm. Go Wildcats!
The 2019 Prom is upon us, and, as is traditional, the Junior Class is responsible for planning, decorating, and feeding. Toward that end, the Prom Committee requests that parents send finger foods or heavy hors d'oeuvres, as well drinks like soda, lemonade, and tea for this special evening. Prom will be at the Intermission Café this Saturday (April 27) at 7pm, and we ask that food be brought at 5pm, so we can get everything ready. We appreciate all you do for our students, and we hope to make this a memorable prom for everyone. Thank you in advance for your continued help!
High School Track will be competing at the Clever Invitational today, 4/18. Meet time: 3:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
The Greenfield Chapter of the National Honor Society cordially invites you to the annual Induction of New Members, on Tuesday, May 14th, at 7pm. This ceremony will include the bestowal of gold honor cords to the graduating seniors, as well as the installation of next year's officers. A reception will follow in the cafeteria. We hope you can attend.
Pierce City Invitational Track Results - HIGH SCHOOL Boys - 7th Place Overall Daunte Stafford: High Jump- 1st @ 6'4 Triple Jump- 2nd @ 40'11 Shot Put- 5th @ 35'3 Blade Welch 110 High Hurdles- 4th @ 18:03 PR 300 Hurdles- 2nd @ 46:59 200 M Dash- 6th @ 25:71 Conner Lewandowski 200 M Dash- 25.22 Girls - 11th place Overall Elle Land 3200 M- 3rd @ 16:09:5 Adriauna Wallen High Jump- 1st @ 5'1
Juvenile Officer Jeremy Ruddick and Chief Tim Larkin were present at the High School this morning. Officer Ruddick and Chief Larkin held a prevention and informational assembly regarding the effects of juuling/vaping, trafficking, social media, and drugs/alcohol. These subjects of concern were openly discussed with grades 7 - 12. In today's society, teens are dealing with a number of pressures and issues that are becoming a prominent encounter of everyday life. The students were very attentive and engaged throughout the assembly. Thank you Officer Ruddick and Chief Larkin for taking the time out of your busy schedules to care about our kids!
It's GAME DAY! The schedule is loaded, but we have no complaints on this gorgeous spring day! High School Baseball and Softball will be traveling to Sheldon this evening. Baseball will be playing at 4:30pm with Softball to immediately follow. Both teams will be playing on the baseball field. High School Track will be hitting the road to Pierce City. Meet time: 3:30pm. It's a great day to come support Wildcat athletics!
It's GAME DAY! High School Softball and Baseball will be traveling for this evenings match-ups. Softball will be taking on the Pleasant Hope Pirates. Game time: 4:30pm. Baseball will be facing the Walnut Grove Tigers. Game time: 5:00pm. Good luck athletes and coaches!
MAP Testing begins today, 4/15. MAP, or the Measure of Academic Progress, is a computerized adaptive test which helps teachers, parents, and administrators improve learning for all students and make informed decisions to promote a child's academic growth. Looking for more information or tips on how to prepare your child for a successful week of testing? Visit the link shared here: https://dese.mo.gov/map-information-parents
It's GAME DAY! Wildcat fans, you will have your choice of games to attend on this beautiful spring day! Varsity Softball will be traveling to the Pleasant Hope Tournament where they will be playing in 3 games. 1st game time: 12:30pm. Baseball will be playing host to the Bronaugh Wildcats this evening. Game time: 4:30pm. GO WILDCATS!
Skyline Track Meet - High School Results We are very proud of all our athletes. They compete and represent Greenfield very well. Every athlete accomplished at least 1 personal record or at least tied their previous best. In just the second meet of the year, this is a great achievement! Boys: 5th place/21 teams 4x2 Relay: 2nd place @ 1.39.93 Bailey Baker Blade Welch Quin Morrow Daunte Stafford 4x1 Relay: 2nd place @0.46.98 Conner Lewandowski Blade Welch Quin Morrow Bailey Baker Quin Morrow 200 M Dash- 8th place @ 0.25.40 Daunte Stafford High Jump- 1st place @ 6'4 Triple Jump- 2nd place @ 41'10 Blade Welch 110 Hurdles- 1st place @ 0.18.95 300 Hurdles- 4th place @ 0.49.09 Girls: 8th place/ 21 teams 4x1 Relay: 7th place @ 0.56.32 Ashley Daniel Morgan Wright Kiarra Mai Lauren Jones Ashley Daniel 400 M Dash- 8th place @ 1.11.69 Morgan Wright Triple Jump- 2nd place @ 31'2 Long Jump- 4th place @ 15'3 100 M Dash- 6th place @ 0.14.65 Lauren Jones High Jump- 7th place @ 4'2 Javelin- 6th place @ 79'7 Adriauna Wallen High Jump- 1st Place @ 5'2 Ellee Land 3200 M- 4th place @ 17.26.14
High School Track will be visiting Spokane for their second meet of the week. Meet time: 4:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
Between now and Tuesday, April 30th, the Greenfield ACTA Yearbook staff will be taking orders for senior recognition ads. All seniors have received an information packet to take home to their parents, and additional order forms are available at the front office. Honoring your graduate with a space in the yearbook is a great way to send them off. Have questions? Call Mr. Teel at 417.637.5323.
HS Track will be traveling to Skyline today. Meet time: 4:00pm. Good luck athletes and coaches!
Good Luck to Mrs. Compton and our math students who are competing in the MSU Math Relays today! We know you will do great!
It's GAME DAY and Senior Parent Night for Wildcat Softball. The Lady Wildcats will be hosting the Stockton Tigers this evening. Game time: 4:30pm. Senior Parent Night will be held after the varsity game. GO BIG BLUE!
It's GAME DAY! High School Baseball and Softball teams will be traveling to Lockwood to face off with the Tigers this evening. Game Times: 4:30pm. Junior High Track will be traveling to Sarcoxie for their second meet of the season. GO BIG BLUE!
It's GAME DAY! High School Softball will be hosting the Bronaugh Wildcats this evening. Game time: 4:30pm. Lets go ladies!
Reminder: The Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, April 5th at 1:00 pm for teacher professional development. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
Junior High and High School TRACK RESULTS: April 2nd & 3rd Stockton Lauren Wheeler Relays – HIGH SCHOOL Boys 7th place with 39.5 points Girls 12th place with 21 points 22 teams total Blade Welch: 110 High Hurdles- 4th place @ 19.36 300 Hurdles- 3rd place @ 48.20 Patrick Eutsler: 110 High Hurdles- 6th place @ 20.29 Quin Morrow: 200 M Dash- T6th @ 24.87 Daunte Stafford: High Jump- 1st place @ 6'4" new PR Triple Jump- 2nd place @ 42'10.5" new PR Boys 4x200 M Relay- 2nd place @ 1.40.34 Bailey Baker Quin Morrow Blade Welch Daunte Stafford Girls 4x100 M Relay- 3rd place @ 57.44 Lauren Jones Kiarra Mai Morgan Wright Ashley Daniel Adrianna Wallen: High Jump- 1st place @ 5'1" Morgan Wright: Long Jump: 6th place @ 14' 6" Triple Jump: 5th place @ 30'5" Skyline Junior High Track Meet – JUNIOR HIGH 8th grade girls 4x1 - 1st place (new JH school record) Trista Torres Tatum Torres Haley Gossett Marlie Wright Marlie Wright: Triple Jump: 1st Place @ 31’10” (new JH school record) Long Jump: 3rd Place @ 13’10” Tatum Torres: High Jump – 1st Place @ 4’10” (tied JH school record) Haley Gossett: 100m Dash: 2nd Place @ 14.02 Triple Jump: 3rd Place @ 28’ ½” Trista Torres: Long Jump: 1st Place @ 14’9” 400m Dash: 1st Place @ 107.2 Delton Green: Discus: 3rd Place @ 97’10” Addy Kinder: personal best in shot & discus Jimmy O’Neal: personal best in shot & discus
Congratulations to the High School Choir for receiving a Superior 1 Rating at the Lamar Music Festival! Receiving a 1 rating is comparable to the grade of “A”. This rating reflects the finest conceivable performance for the event and class of participants being evaluated – worthy of the distinction of being recognized as among the very best. The High School Choir is directed by Mrs. Beeson. Congratulations to all involved!
Don't forget, the Elementary Spring Book Fair begins TODAY! There will be a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. The book fair is located in the Elementary Library and will be open April 1st - 5th from 8:00am - 4:00pm. Come see Mr. Land and get lost in a great book!
It's GAME DAY! High School Baseball will be hosting the Marionville Comets this evening. Game time: 4:30pm. Softball will be hitting the road to take on the Hurley Tigers. Game time: 4:30pm. Start your week off right by coming out to cheer on our Wildcat athletes!
It's GAME DAY...again! Baseball and Softball teams will be hitting the road this evening to face off with the Jasper Eagles. Game times: 4:30pm. Go Wildcats!
It's GAME DAY! Wildcat Baseball and Softball teams will be hosting the Osceola Indians this evening. Game times: 4:30pm. Meet us at the diamond and help cheer on our student athletes! GO BLUE!
It's GAME DAY. High School Baseball and Softball will be hosting the Miller Cardinals this evening. Game times: 5:00pm. GO BIG BLUE!
It's GAME DAY! High School Softball will be hosting the Morrisville Panthers this evening. Game time: 4:30pm. It's a beautiful day to be out on the diamond, come cheer on our ladies!
It's GAME DAY! High School Baseball and Softball teams will be traveling to Golden City this evening to face off with the Eagles. Game time: 4:30pm. Come out and support our student athletes!
It's GAME DAY! Wildcat Baseball will be hitting the road early this afternoon. The Wildcats will be headed to Lamar with a game time of 1:00pm. The Lady Wildcat Softball team will be traveling to Sparta this evening to face off with the Trojans. Game time: 4:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
I hope everyone had a great Spring Break and that you had a chance to enjoy the weather these last two days. School is back in session, Monday, March 18th.
Reminder, school will be released at 1:00 pm today, Thursday, March 7th for Parent Teacher Conferences. No school Friday, March 8th for Teacher Professional Development and no school next week for Spring Break. Enjoy the time off and see everyone back on Monday, March 18th.
Greenfield will be running snow bus routes, Monday, March 4th, due to secondary roads being partially covered in snow. The town bus route will run as normal
Due to slick roads this morning, the Greenfield R-IV School District will not be in session, Thursday, February 28th.
With the potential for winter weather, the Greenfield R-IV School District will release at 1:30 pm today, February 19th.
It's GAME DAY! High School Boys Basketball will be traveling to Marionville tonight for the first round of the District Basketball tournament. They will play at 5:30 pm against the host team, Marionville. The bus will leave at 3:00 pm from the Greenfield High School.
It's GAME DAY! High School Boys will be hosting Marionville this evening for Senior Night. Game time: 6:00pm. High School Girls are traveling to Lockwood to face off with the Tigers. Game time: 6:00pm. Pick a game, get your blue on, and come cheer on our student athletes!
UPDATE: Courtwarming will be held tomorrow, Tuesday 2/12. Game and event order are as follows: 5:30pm- Varsity Girls vs. Marionville Halftime of Girls Game- Honoring Boys Academic and Athletic All State and Baseball Quarterfinalist teams. Between Games- Girls Senior Night and Courtwarming Coronation 7:15pm- Boys game vs. Weaubleau Halftime of Boys Game- Honoring Academic and Athletic All State Girls.
The Greenfield R-IV School District will be closed today, Thursday, February 7th, due to the threat of winter weather in the morning.
It's GAME DAY! The High School Boys will be hosting the Walnut Grove Tigers this evening. Get your blue on and come cheer on our student athletes. Game time: 6:00pm.
The Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, February 1st, at 1:00 pm. Elementary School students will be released first, followed by JH/HS students once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Boys and Girls will be on the road this evening to meet up with the Dadeville Bearcats. Varsity Girls will play first followed by Varsity Boys. Game time: 5:30pm. Go Big Blue!
Greenfield FCCLA was proud to have six members participate at the Region 11 STAR Event competition held in Carthage, MO on January 17. Keyton Ipock and Jacob Crouch both received a bronze medal for their Career Investigation Portfolios. Ellee Land received a silver medal for her Career Investigation Portfolio. Nevaeh Garcia, Jasmine Feezell, and Haley Gossett received a silver medal in their category Chapter Service Project Display. Congrats, students! We are very proud of all your hard work!
It's GAME DAY! School may be out of session, but basketball season must go on! The HS Lady Wildcats will travel to Stockton this evening to face off with the Tigers. Game time: 6:00pm. Get your blue on and come cheer for our student athletes!
Remember, school will be released at 1:00 pm today, Friday, January 18th. Students do not have school Monday, January 21st. Teachers will report Monday for professional development.
It's GAME DAY! The HS Girls will be playing in the 2nd Round of the Stockton Tournament where they will face off with the tournaments hometown team. Come out and cheer on our Lady Wildcats as they take on the Tigers. Game time: 5:45pm. The JH Boys will be hosting the Miller Cardinals this evening. Game time: 5:30pm.
Reminder: the Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, January 18 at 1:00 pm for teacher professional development. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
It's GAME DAY! The High School boys will be taking on the Wildcats from Harrisonville in the first round of the Stockton Tournament this evening. Game time: 8:45pm. The JH Boys are traveling to Lockwood to face off with the Tigers. Game time: 5:30pm. Good luck, boys!
The Greenfield R-IV School District hopes that all of our students and community members are enjoying the holiday season. As we look forward to the new year, remember that school will return to session Wednesday, January 2nd. Happy Holidays!
Ho Ho Ho! Things are off to a jolly start this morning, as we are in the final stretch before Christmas Break. ***REMINDER: Today is an early out day. The Elementary will dismiss at 1:00pm with the High School to follow. School will return to session Wednesday, January 2nd.*** Greenfield R-IV School District is wishing our students and community a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Be safe and enjoy holiday break!
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Boys and Girls will be hitting the road to face off with the Jasper Eagles this evening. Game order: JV Boys, Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys Game Time: 5:30pm The Junior High Boys will be hosting the Stockton Tigers tonight for their second game of the season. Game Time: 5:30 GO BIG BLUE!
It's GAME DAY! Junior High Boys Basketball will play tonight against El Dorado Springs, at Greenfield. Game time is 5:30 pm. Go Wildcats!
It's GAME DAY! Girls and Boys Basketball teams will be hosting the Marion C. Early Panthers this evening! Game order: JV Boys, Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys. Games begin at 5:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
Reminder; the Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, December 7th at 1:00 pm. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
It's GAME DAY! High School Boys will play tonight against Stockton, at Stockton. Game time is 6:00 pm. The Junior High Girls will play at home against Joplin. Game time is 5:30 pm. Go Wildcats!
Come out tonight to see our Elementary School students perform in their annual Christmas concert. The event will be held in the high school gym. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the concert begins at 7:00 pm.
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Boys and Girls will be hosting the Everton Tigers tonight for the first home game of the season. Games will begin at 5:00pm and play order will be as follows: Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys, 2 quarters JV Boys. The Junior High girls will be hosting Ash Grove tonight at the Elementary Gym. Game time: 5:30pm. Come out and support our student athletes! GO BLUE!
Wildcat Boosters "Meet the Wildcats" event is this evening, 11/15! Chili cook-off supper will begin at 5:30pm, with the winner receiving free admission to the remaining home games of the season. Following the supper, the boys and girls basketball teams as well as the cheerleaders will be introduced. The basketball teams will also be scrimmaging starting at 6:15pm. Come hungry, leave happy and ready for basketball season! #1school1community1wildcatfamily
Reminder; the Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, November 9th at 1:00 pm. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
It's GAME DAY! Our Wildcat Football team will be hosting the Liberal Bulldogs for the district semi-final game. Game time: 7:00pm. Be sure to wear your wildcat gear and come support our student athletes! GO BIG BLUE!
It's GAME DAY! The Junior High Lady Wildcat basketball team will be hosting Skyline tonight for the opening game of the season. Game time: 5:30pm. Come out and support our junior high athletes!
Greenfield defeats Appleton City 44-0 in the first round of districts. Good job Wildcats!
It's District GAME DAY! Our Wildcat Football team will play in the first round of districts this evening! The Wildcats will be hosting the Appleton City Bulldogs. Game time: 7:00pm. Gate Admission: $4 for adults & $2 for students. GO BIG BLUE!
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Wildcat Football will be facing off against Stockton tonight! Game Time: 7:00 pm at Stockton.
Thursday, October 18th, the Greenfield R-IV School District will release early for Parent Teacher Conferences. The Elementary School will release first at 1:00 pm, followed by the JH/HS. Parent Teacher Conferences will begin at 1:30 pm and end at 6:30 pm. No School Friday.
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Wildcat Football will be facing off with rival the Lockwood Tigers tonight! This is the first time in four years we have faced off with the Tigers. Wear your Wildcat gear and come cheer on our student athletes. Game Time: 7:00pm. GO BIG BLUE!
Greenfield football defeats Ash Grove 39-7. Way to go Wildcats.
FAFSA Frenzy will be held this evening at 7:00pm in the High School computer lab. The School Counselor, A+ Coordinator, and a Professional FAFSA expert from OTC will be at the high school to help you complete your FAFSA. It is highly encouraged that all seniors attend. In order to apply for colleges and scholarships the FAFSA must be completed. ***If you have your own laptop or tablet we encourage you to bring it with you.***
Reminder: Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is set up in the HS Gym today, 10/1, from 9:00am - 2:00pm. This blood drive is open to the community. If you wish to donate, photo identification is required and please eat well and drink plenty of fluids prior to arrival.
It's GAME DAY! Junior High Football will be hosting the Jasper Eagles. Game time: 5:00pm. Junior High Volleyball will be hosting the Marionville Comets. Game time: 5:30pm. Come catch a game and support our athletes!
It’s HOMECOMING DAY! The homecoming parade starts at 1pm and will set off on the same town route as last year. Tailgating at the football field begins at 4:30pm. There will be lots of food and goodies so come hungry! Queen coronation begins at 6:30pm. And last but certainly not least, our Varsity Wildcats will be sinking the Pleasant Hope Pirates at 7:00pm! It will be a fun evening, so come out and support our student athletes! #SinkthePirates - GO BIG BLUE!
Don’t forget to come out for the Homecoming Parade tomorrow. The parade begins at 1:00 pm and will follow the same route as last year, eventually making its way to the Elementary School and downtown around the Square.
Final Reminder: Thursday, Sept. 27th, there will be an Early Childhood Celebration at the Lockwood Methodist Church. Families with children ages 3-5, are invited to to meet your school district's PAT and Cooperative Staff. The fun begins at 5:00 pm and lasts until 7:00 pm.
It's GAME DAY! Varsity volleyball will be traveling to Liberal to face off with the Bulldogs. There is NO JV game. Game time: 6:00pm. JH volleyball is hosting the Strafford Indians tonight. Game time: 5:30pm. Junior Varsity football will be traveling to Sarcoxie. Game time: 6:00.
Homecoming Week begins Monday, 9/24! Spirit days are as follows: Monday - Movie Characters Monday, Tuesday - Twinsie Tuesday, Wednesday - Beach Day, Thursday - Patriotic Thursday, Friday - Wildcat Power. #SinkthePirates
The Greenfield R-IV School District has an immediate need for substitute bus drivers and substitute custodians. Substitute bus pay is $32.50 per route, or $65.00 if the substitute drives both morning and afternoon routes. If interested please call the office at, 417-637-5321.
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Football will be traveling to Sarcoxie to face off with the bears. Game time: 7:00pm. GO BIG BLUE!
One final reminder, the Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, September 21 at 1:00 pm. Elementary School students will begin releasing at 1:00 pm and JH/HS students will be released once buses arrive from the Elementary School.
It's volleyball GAME DAY! Varsity teams will be hosting the Exeter Tigers this evening. Game time: 6:00pm. Junior High will be traveling to Skyline to face off with the Tigers. Game time: 5:30pm. GO BLUE!
Junior High and High School students welcome Representative Mike Kelley this morning. Representative Kelley shares a strong anti-bullying message with our students. Did you know in Missouri children as young as 7th grade can be charged with a felony for bullying? Thank you for the message, Representative Kelley! #weare1
REMINDER: There is a Senior Parent Meeting this evening, 9/18, at 5:30p.m. The meeting will be held at the High School. Parents you are strongly encouraged to attend! See you there!
Please remember that the Greenfield R-IV School District will be releasing early on Friday, September 21 at 1:00 pm for an afternoon of teacher professional development.
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Volleyball will be hosting the Jasper Eagles this evening. Game time: 6:00pm. JH Volleyball will be hosting Bolivar in the new elementary gym. Game time: 5:30pm. JH Football will be traveling to Skyline. Game time: 5:30pm. GO BIG BLUE!
JV Football will be hosting the Marionville Comets this evening. Game time: 6:00pm. Let's go boys!
It's GAME DAY! Varsity Football will be traveling to Marionville this evening for a battle of the blues. Game time: 7:00pm. Come out and support our student athletes! GO WILDCATS! #weare1
It's volleyball GAME DAY! Varsity teams will be traveling to face off with Dade County rival, the Lockwood Tigers. Game time: 6:00pm. Junior High teams will be hosting the Joplin Eagles. Game Time: 5:30pm. Get your Wildcat gear on and come support our student athletes! #weare1
It's GAME DAY! The JH Football team will be hosting Stockton tonight at 5:30 pm and the HS Volleyball team will be hosting Lamar at 6:00 pm. Come out, wear your Wildcat gear, and cheer on our student athletes!
It's volleyball GAME DAY! The High School Lady Wildcats will be traveling to Pleasant Hope for a triad showdown with the Pleasant Hope Pirates and the Sheldon Panthers. Game time: 5:30pm. The Junior High Lady Wildcats will host the Lockwood Tigers. Game time: 5:30pm. #GoWildcats
The Greenfield Wildcats defeat Forsyth 36-8 to improve to 3-0 on the season. Go Wildcats!
It's GAME DAY! The Wildcat Football team will be hosting the Forsyth Panthers tonight for the first home game of the season. Come out, wear your Wildcat gear, and cheer on our boys! Game time: 7:00pm. GO BIG BLUE!
Grandparents Day will be held on Monday, September 10th, from 8:30 am - 9:15 am at the Greenfield Elementary School. Grandparents (or a designated adult) of students K-4th Grade are welcome to attend
It's volleyball GAME DAY! Varsity and JV teams will be traveling to Stockton to face off with the Tigers this evening. Game time: 6:00pm. The Junior High Lady Wildcats will be hosting the Pleasant Hope Pirates this evening for the first game of the season. Game time: 5:30pm.
It's GAME DAY! Our Junior Varsity Football team will be traveling to Jasper this evening. Game time: 6:30 pm. The team bus will leave from the football field at 5:00 pm.
It's volleyball GAME DAY! The Lady Wildcats will be hosting the Everton Tigers tonight. Varsity will be playing first, followed by JV. Game time: 6:00pm.
It's GAME DAY! Our Wildcat Football team will be traveling to Osceola this evening to face off with the Indians. Game time: 7:00pm. GO BIG BLUE!
One final reminder, the Greenfield R-IV School District will release early on Friday, August 31 at 1:00 pm. Elementary students will begin releasing at 1:00, followed by the JH/HS at 1:15. Buses will be running. There will be no school Monday, September 3rd due to Labor Day.
It's volleyball GAME DAY! The Lady Wildcats host Ash Grove tonight. Game time: 6:00pm. Come out and support our student athletes!
It's volleyball GAME DAY! The Lady Wildcats host the Thomas Jefferson Cavaliers for the opening game of the season. Game time: 6:00pm. Come out and support our student athletes! #weare1
Please remember that the Greenfield R-IV School District will be releasing early on Friday, August 31 at 1:00 pm for an afternoon of teacher professional development. There will be no school Monday, September 3rd due to Labor Day.
It's GAME DAY! Wildcat Football travels to Liberal tonight, 8/24/18, to face off with the Bulldogs. Come out and support our boys in blue! #weare1
Don't forget to attend tonight's "Powerade Scrimmage and Pep Rally" in support of our football team. Gates open at 5:00 pm. Bring powerade or water for admission. Kids 12 and under are free.
What a great start to the 2018-19 school year. Thank you parents and teachers for allowing our year to start out so well!