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We are gearing up for the 7th Annual Greenfield Public Schools Film Festival! This is a reminder that all submissions for this year’s festival are due at the end of the month, March 31st. Please submit all films, with their appropriate paperwork, to your school’s main office or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Film Festival takes place on May 5th, at 6pm in the Greenfield High School auditorium. Admission is free to all, as is the popcorn. Come and support all our filmmakers and help decide who wins...
The Greenfield High School 21st Annual Taste of World Cultures is on March 16th, 5:00pm-7:30pm in the school cafeteria. Everyone is asked to bring a dish from their favorite culture to share, with labeled serving utensil. There will be a fashion show, music and dance performances. This event is free and open to the public. When arriving please use the rear entrance.
Each year, the Superintendent has the pleasure of acknowledging some of our highly dedicated and motivated teachers with the Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Award, commonly known as the "Grinspoon Award" in honor of its founder, Harold Grinspoon.
This year, Greenfield had three award winners - two veteran teachers and one who is in their first two years of teaching.
To be eligible, teachers had to demonstrate remarkable classroom performance, excellent attendance, benefit to the school community above and beyond the classroom, evaluations of proficient or exemplary, and...
By JOSHUA SOLOMON
Thursday, March 02, 2017
GREENFIELD — With their feet dangling in college auditorium chairs, they giggled to rhymes read in pairs.
The Greenfield Community College president read to the Federal Street first-graders, reciting Dr. Seuss to an auditorium without haters.
Celebrating national Read Across America Day, the kids came to the college for a few hours of Dr. Seuss-themed activities to keep them at bay.
“It’s a great joy to have the kids to come to the school,” Greenfield Community College...
351 cities/towns in Massachusetts each elect one 8th grade ambassador to represent his/her city/town and become part of Project 351 because “Project 351 believes that eighth graders have unlimited potential to be remarkable agents of change in their community and our world.”
In order to be chosen as an Ambassador, one must possess kindness, compassion, humility, gratitude, and a dedication to service of the community. When Ms. Bennett read the application, Ella McDaniel instantly came to mind to be Greenfield’s Ambassador.
Hillside Pizza is a family-owned company that started in Greenfield in 2001. Originally run out of the community kitchen at the Community Development Center in Greenfield, Hillside Pizza opened their own restaurant and processing facility in South Deerfield in 2006.
Hillside’s commitment to using the best ingredients – oftentimes organic and without additives and preservatives – is very appealing to the Greenfield Public Schools because it aligns with our mission to serve high quality meals to our students.
Hillside Pizza is also part...
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