This is an update for Friday, January 19th: Greenwood Schools will be e-learning. Schools will be closed due to the continued snowfall. Thank you for your understanding in this difficult weather situation.
Greenwood Schools will be on a 2-hour delay for Friday, January 19th. Buses will be arriving 2 hours later than normal.
Greenwood Community Schools will be on a 2-hour delay on Wednesday, January 17th. There will be no early dismissal due to the delay. This means school will end at the same time as it does on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Buses will arrive 2-hours later than normal.
Greenwood Community Schools will be on a 2-hour delay on Tuesday, January 16th. Buses will arrive 2-hours later than normal. Please make sure your child wears the appropriate cold weather clothing.
Congratulations to our robotics teams across the district! Northeast and GMS each made it to the semi-state competition round. On December 16th, our high school team won the Think Award; this means their engineering portfolio was outstanding and one of the best at the competition. The middle school team held their ground in the top five all day at the same competition event.
On December 7th and 8th, our GHS seniors presented their senior capstone projects. This is a big part of completing their final year of high school. Thank you to everyone that helped a senior with a project as a mentor, teacher, or judging. When a student successfully completes their presentation, they go to ring the bell as a sign they have finished their capstone. Our students did really well this year!
Senior Ava Smith has organized the second annual Light in the Darkness Walk. The goal of the evening is to promote mental health awareness for the prevention of suicide. It will be held Saturday, September 30th at the Greenwood HS track. This year’s walk looks to be even bigger than last year. Please feel free to join our students at 7:00 pm for this event. Everyone is invited to come out and walk. We hope to see many people from our schools and community there!
Mental Health Awareness Night: Anthem Healthcare, Greenwood Education Foundation, and Greenwood Community Schools have partnered this week to help bring awareness to mental health. Greenwood High School will be hosting a “Community Tailgate” tonight starting at 5:30 in the GHS parking lot. The event will be held prior to the home football game. Thank you to Anthem Healthcare as they reached out to coordinate this effort to make our students and staff at GHS more aware of the 988 service available for those in need.
For Friday, September 29, 2023, Greenwood Schools will be on a 2-hour delay due to heavy fog. School and buses will start two hours later than the normal time.
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Isom Elementary at 50 East Broadway Ave is serving free lunch to kids and teens this summer. Stop by from June 5th to July 21st (closed July 4th) from 11:00-12:00 for a free and nutritious meal. Adults 18 and over may also purchase a meal for $4.00.
The GHS Athletic Department has announced a new head girls' varsity basketball coach, Jenny Finora. She is a former Indiana All-Star, University of Kentucky player and graduate, played professionally, and has experience coaching from high school to college. She and her family are Greenwood residents. If you know of any girls that are interested in learning and playing basketball, please send them her way! Welcome, Jenny!
The GHS Athletic Department has announced a new head football coach. We welcome Justin Boser, his wife and three children to the Greenwood family! He comes from Clarksville HS in southern Indiana. The first message he had with both the high school and middle school players here in Greenwood was, “Keep your grades up because it opens doors for you in life!” Welcome, Justin!
Congratulations to our GHS Jade choir and Irish Guard! Both represented our school over spring break in state finals competitions. The Jade choir ended up one of the top two vocal jazz groups in the state! They received recognition for best tenor section and Emily Loper (GHS senior) was named an outstanding soloist. The Irish Guard competed and placed 5th overall at the winter guard state finals.
Did you know the Daily Journal runs a special “Junior Journal” each year? It highlights work from some of our elementary students. This year, Greenwood was represented by students from Isom, Northeast, and Westwood. Student work submitted for publication included short stories and artwork. Great job!
GMS hosted the Math Bowl competition on April 11th for all elementary schools in Greenwood and Center Grove. Congratulations to Westwood’s Math Bowl team for winning the competition by scoring 21 points and winning by 2 points over the next highest school score. Great job Westwood students and coaches!