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Recorder: "Greenfield High School students poised to go to Nicaragua"


Recorder Staff

Monday, June 26, 2017

GREENFIELD — It was winter break, and as Greenfield High School junior Maiya Johnston got into the family car, her mother asked, “So, did you find anything out?”

Puzzled, the senior replied, “No, what are you talking about?”

“I know something you don’t know,” teased her mother, who had gotten word about the emails that were reaching a select group of GHS students that day.

The message quickly spread among the group of 11 GHS students: They had been chosen to go on a trip to Nicaragua to...

Greenfield Summer Meals Program

Starting Monday, June 26th, 2017, free meals to children and youth 18 and under will be available, Monday through Friday in the following locations:

Summer Meals Program locations PDF

Summer Meals Program Breakfast Menu June-July PDF


Superintendent Harper addresses Class of 2017

On Friday, June 2, Superintendent Harper addressed the Graduating Class of 2017 at Greenfield High School Auditorium. 

Video Credit: GCTV

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Recorder article: "GHS graduates recall life’s lessons learned"

Superintendent Harper's remarks:

Good evening Parents, School Committee Members, Elected Officials, Teachers & Staff, GHS Alums, and the...

GPS is excited to announce the “My Ideal School” contest winner

Congratulations to Mariya Stytsenko for winning the 11th annual "My Ideal School" contest sponsored by the Massachusetts School Building Authority. Over 2500 drawings were received by first graders from across Massachusetts, eleven winners were chosen to participate in a ceremony at the State House in Boston. Mariya received the grand prize and her artwork will be featured on the cover of the MSBA's Annual Report.

Recorder: "Newton first-grader wins state contest, takes home $200"...

Recorder: "Kazakhstan native at Newton School wins state art award"


Recorder Staff

Saturday, May 27, 2017

GREENFIELD — Entering Newton School in November as a first-grader with little English experience, Mariya Stytsenko was already a voracious reader and a meticulous drawer.

When she settled into Mickey Warren’s class, making friends with her new classmates and learning the rhythms of the school day, Mariya started to shine.

“When she first came here she was a little timid and (learning) where her place was,” Warren said. “When she figured it out she just took off, reading up a storm and writing...

2016-2017 Title I Survey

Dear Title I Families,

As a parent/guardian of a child attending a Title I school you are an important part of our Title I Program. Your input is important in the planning and implementation of all Title I activities in our schools. Last school year we received completed surveys from 155 families. We are asking for your participation to help make this year’s response rate even higher.

Families can complete this survey online or use the paper version of this survey will come home with your child. Please return paper surveys to your Title I school main office. We ask that you...

Notification of Food Service Rates

Date:  May 10, 2017

Families of the Greenfield Public Schools,

I hope this message finds you well and excited for the start of a great summer vacation.

In Greenfield, we strive to meet the needs of every family and student. One way of doing this is offering a district-wide universal free breakfast program at all of our schools as well as free lunch offered at those schools participating in the Community Eligibility Provision. We are pleased to continue offering these successful programs without change during the upcoming school year.

However, in order to remain...

AEL 10th Anniversary Celebration!

The Academy of Early Learning is celebrating their 10th anniversary! 

The PTO has planned a family celebration event to take place on Saturday, May 20th (rain date is Sunday, May 21) from 10:00am-1:00pm. There will be games, face painting, music, and more!

AEL alumni and their family are welcome to join us for this celebration event! 


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