District News from May 2018

Jessica Pollock, GHS Librarian, shares exciting news about the new STEM makerspace at the high school, http://www.gpsk12.org/sites/default/files/superintendent/gps_radiominutes/GreenfieldSchoolminute052118_Makerspaces.mp3

Jessica Pollock, GHS Librarian, shares exciting news about the new STEM makerspace at the high school, http://www.gpsk12.org/sites/default/files/superintendent/gps_radiominutes/GreenfieldSchoolminute052118_Makerspaces.mp3

GREENFIELD — Schools got what they needed Wednesday, as City Council voted to move $400,000 to Greenfield public schools.

The council moved $352,811 from other departments and added $47,189 to Mayor William Martin’s proposed budget, adding the money to Greenfield public schools. The money given to the department included $101,000 erroneously put into the budget by Martin for school resource officers.

The city’s budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 totals $48,857,493, which is a $1,772,523 increase from the current budget of $47,084,970.

In response to requests from the Town Council, the Superintendent and Business Manager have provided additional information regarding the FY19 School Department needs, including information on rising costs of Special Education and long-term stability in the school department through appropriate use of reserves.

Click here to view the Superintendent's FY19 Letter to Town Council. 

The last day of Preschool is Tuesday, June 19th, and the last day for grades K-12 is Friday, June 22nd.

Preschool resumes on Tuesday, September 4th, and K-12 on Wednesday, August 29th.

Click here to see the official 18-19 Academic Year Calendar.