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Federal Street's 5th annual Harvest Dinner is 11/10

Federal Street School’s 5th annual Harvest dinner is planned for November 10th.

At 4:30 families are invited to come and play board games in the gym. Before dinner is served students in our school chorus will sing for us. Families will enjoy a dinner of Macaroni and cheese, vegetables, rolls, and desserts which are donated from local businesses. Our staff helps prepare and serve the dinner.

This year the following business have donated to the Harvest Dinner: 99’s Restaurant, Applebee’s, Stop and Shop, Friendly’s Restaurant (Hadley, MA), Greenfield Community College, Just...

Cape Cod African Dance & Drum to perform at GHS 4/15!


On Friday, April 15, at 9:00 am, Greenfield High and Middle school students (including MSA) will be treated to a performance by the Cape Cod African Dance & Drum performers.

Recorder: "Four Corners kicks off composting program"

From munch to mulch: Discovery School at Four Corners kicks off composting program

By TOM RELIHAN

Recorder Staff

Friday, February 26, 2016 

(Published in print: Saturday, February 27, 2016)

GREENFIELD — Who could love a worm?

Evidently, the students at the Discovery School at Four Corners, who graciously thanked the necessary nightcrawlers that will help make the school’s new composting program a success.

The first of Greenfield’s seven schools to implement the state grant-funded program, students and staff at Four Corners officially started...

It's almost time to register for Preschool!

Greenfield Public Schools welcomes your child's registration for PRESCHOOL for the 2016-2017 School year!

Click here for registration dates

FSS Afterschool Program Launches for 2015-2016

Greenfield Public School is pleased to announce that September 28 marks the launch of the afterschool program’s continuation at Federal Street School for the current school year.

The after school program, The Federal Street Explorers, offers homework help, activities, and academic support in Reading and Literacy, along with a healthy snack. Full- and half-day care is available for early release days. 

The Importance of High Quality Care

While the Greenfield Public Schools have maintained a commitment to after-school programming, grant funding for the 21st Century Afterschool...

Cracking the code: Lines of fun


By KATHLEEN McKIERNAN

Recorder Staff

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

(Published in print: Wednesday, April 22, 2015) 

Alexis Antonellis and Kaitlyn Phillips build a Lego robot in technology class taught by Rachel Cummings at the Greenfield Middle School.

Photograph by Recorder/Paul Franz

Rachel Cummings teaches fifth-grade students at the Greenfield Middle School

Photograph by Recorder/Paul Franz

 

GREENFIELD — Students rushed...

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