Greenfield Middle School


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Grade 5:

● Pencils

● Five two-pocket folders (any color)

● A hand-held pencil sharpener

● A pair of scissors

● Four single subject notebooks

● Colored pencils

● Erasers

Donations of disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer, and tissues are appreciated anytime!

Grade 6:

● 1.5 inch 3-ring binder

● Five tab dividers, labeled by subject

● Small zippered pencil pouch to fit inside binder

● Pencils or erasable pens

● Markers and colored pencils

● Lined wide ruled paper

● One 5 subject notebook

● Two composition journals

Grade 7:

● One 2-2.5 inch 3-ring binder

● Four spiral notebooks

● Five solid colored, two-pocket folders one in each of the following colors:

Purple (ELA), Green (math), Yellow (social studies), Blue (science), Red (homework)

● Pencils

● Erasers

● Colored pencils

● Hand-held pencil sharpener

● Highlighters

● Clear plastic water bottle


Summer Reading List

Summer Reading


To locate sports schedules click link below.  Place check mark next to middle school sport

and choose "show schedule".


Title One Report Card

Below is the link to the DESE Title One report card for Greenfield Middle School.

You will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page to access the current 2018 information.

Find the ORANGE toggle on the left and click to see the data.


The above flyer provides 5 quick facts about the school report card.==========================================================================================================


Education Express is a Family Program to help our local schools get FREE, much needed supplies & equipment!


  • Everyone can participate!  Do you have children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews or even neighbors?  You can support their school by signing up for Education Express
  • And from February 1 through April 25, 2018, for every 500 Education Express Points earned, you get a GOLD COIN!
  • Just shop our stores and look for the participating items marked with the Education Express logo.  Each item will have a point value and savings on top of that!
  • Through previous Big Y Education Express program, together we've given our local schools approximately $14 Million Dollars of much needed supplies and equipment! 

To sign up, please click the link below:


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School Start and Dismissal Times 

Students are to be in school by 7:30 AM and enter through the back door (between gym & cafe).  Door open at 7:15 AM.

After 7:30 students must enter through main entrance on Federal Street.

Dismissal is at 3:40, Monday through Friday

Early Release is 11:10


Upon return to school, please bring a note explaining the absence.


What makes us so special?

Did you know that GMS has...

(Items in bold are exclusive to GMS)

  • ELA and Math Skills blocks in addition to regular academic courses
  • Title I services for all students
  • WIFI around the entire building
  • Equestrian every day for a select group of 6th graders
  • Field trips to GCC (Theater), Highland Pond, Sachem's Head, Montshire Museum, The Boston Science Museum, Connecticut Science Museum, and more
  • Advisory meetings each day
  • Sports (fall, winter and spring) for 6th and 7th graders
  • Coding courses for 5th-7th graders
  • Coding and robotics clubs after school
  • Chromebooks for 5th-7th graders
  • Theater, Family & Consumer Science, PE, Technology, Art, Band, Spanish, Health, and Literacy in Technology offered to all students
  • Theme/Spirit days
  • Monthly trips to the YMCA for the entire grade
  • Free breakfast in the classroom every day 
  • Free healthy snacks in the classroom every day
  • Cycle Kids for 5th graders
  • Student Council
  • Multiple cultural assemblies/events
  • One School, One Read
  • New and improved lunch offerings
  • Individualized band lessons
  • Student leadership opportunities
  • Jazz, Wind Ensemble, and Concert Band groups
  • Source to sea cleanup for 5th grade  
  • Community Service Learning block for all students

GMS Mission Statement

Middle School students engage in extensive community service, project-based learning, and thematic activities, connected to a rigorous and meaningful academic program of study.