Greenfield Public Schools serves over 1,750 students in picturesque Franklin County. Greenfield Public Schools enjoys steady enrollment and the support of its community. Comprised of Preschool through High School, our small neighborhood schools, brand new LEED-certified High School, and strong cross-curricular focus makes Greenfield Public Schools a sought-after choice for families in Franklin County and beyond!

In 2017-2018, the Academy of Early Learning will celebrate its 11th year! Our theme-based K-5 elementary schools boast gardening & sustainability; community connections; and Extended Learning Time. We offer an accelerated Math & Science Academy, housed at the Greenfield Middle School, and an innovative college partnership with Greenfield Community College on the GHS campus! Explore the "Schools" link to learn more! In addition, we offer social-emotional programs like Responsive Classroom and mindfulness, and have forged a consulting partnership with the New England Center for Children, an internationally recognized program, to enhance and vertically align our specialized services for children with autism from preschool to high school.

Greenfield Public Schools recognizes the value of our expert teachers and an engaging, academically rigorous curriculum. We celebrate a thriving arts and music program, with GHS (newly renovated and LEED Gold Certified in 2015), being recognized in 2017 as one of "America's Best High Schools" as reported by U.S. News and World Report and as a MICCA Silver winner! Families are welcomed through All School Assemblies, Bingo for Books Nights, Taste of World Cultures, PTO, and School Councils.

Please visit our site and drop us a line through our “We’re Listening” feature! We love to hear from you!

Sincerely,

Jordana B. Harper

Superintendent of Schools

 

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Check out this fun video that Newton School created to celebrate the last day of school!

Fourth-grade students from the Discovery School at Four Corners made turtle crossing signs to help warn drivers along Country Club Road. 

The 5th grade students at GMS/MSA have been raising native brook trout through a program called Trout in the Classroom put on by the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife. On Tuesday, June 4, they released them into the Green River. 

Starting Monday, June 24th, 2019, free meals to children and youth 18 and under will be available, Monday through Friday, June 24th - August 16th.

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