The office staff would like your help in recognizing our staff. Please take a few moments and use the link below to provide some encouragement to those folks that are making a major difference in your child's future. These comments can be anonymous, or you can provide your name. The office staff will use the provided comments every Thursday for our #thankfulThursday movement. The attached form can be completed, as little or often as you like, throughout the entire school year. We appreciate your support in growing the culture of gratitude that already exists at MIS!!
A couple of positive comments already submitted:
"Mrs. Reynold's e-learning art lessons are fun and engaging. My daughter is excited each week to see what her assignment will be. When the lesson is done, the pictures are shared with the entire family. Her Nana and Papaw are especially excited to see what she is doing in school since they can't physically spend time with her right now."
"I had Mrs. Beuoy as a teacher a long time ago. She is so amazing with my 4th grader. I love hearing her do Luigi while dancing and singing in her music room. She's making e-learning fun for my daughter. Mrs. Beuoy is definitely the best Music teacher ever!"
END OF YEAR/LOCKERS, ETC.
Greenfield-Central Schools will adhere to the Governor's announcement that school buildings will remain closed through June 30th, 2020. At this time, non-essential items will remain secured in the building. When arrangements to pick up items are made, our families will be notified. Thanks for your understanding.
Food Service Meal Kits/Additional Food Pick-Up
Social Worker Information/Supports
CURRENT 5TH GRADE STUDENT MUSIC INFORMATION
Choir: Please click here to sign up for 6th grade choir. Signing up now is important so that we can start building class schedules for next year.
Band: 2020-2021 6th Grade BAND Registration
Registration for all current 5th grade students to enroll in band for 6th grade is now OPEN! Parents should visit the link listed below to find out more information and register. Note: 6th grade is the only opportunity for new students to join band within the district! All those interested should register. Mrs. Brooke Basso - director - will be in touch later this summer about instrument selection.
2020-2021 6th Grade BAND Registration <---Click Here
CURRENT 6TH GRADERS - GREENFIELD-CENTRAL JHS INFORMATION VIDEO
TECH News update
As shared by Dr. Olin previously, all buildings will remain closed through June 30th, 2020. At this time, we are planning on letting all students hold onto devices until July. In the near future, we will be sharing a plan regarding the collection of devices.
If you are moving away from GC and will not be attending GC Schools next year, you can schedule a drop off time by emailing email@example.com. A scheduled drop off can occur anytime after May 22, 2020.
Continued Tech Support Information
If you need tech support for your child's device, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the student's name, school, and tech issue. The tech department will respond by Google Meet, email, phone, or possibly appointment, if the issue cannot be fixed remotely.
WIFI Access: The tech department has made WIFI available in the south parking lots at both MIS and Eden. A password is not needed should you need to make use of this.
Due to a shutdown at the production plant, it appears it might be late summer prior to us receiving yearbooks this year. It is very likely that you will get these next fall upon our return. We will be sure to work with GCJHS to get them to our current 6th graders. If you happen to be moving away from GC Schools this summer, please get us an address so that we can get it sent to you.
Hancock County Public Library: Wifi, eBooks, & Summer Reading program
- WiFi: the Hancock County Public Library has extended their Wifi into the parking lot of the library here in Greenfield. Feel free to use this service as you social distance.
- Students have a digital library card and can access all of our online resources at https://hcplibrary.org/.
- Click on the Online Resources, Reference and Research, Teens, and Kids tabs to see everything available.
- Librarians are available Monday - Friday on our instant message chat from 12-5 p.m. to answer your questions.
HCPL Summer Reading Program: Everyone is invited to join the Hancock County Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Challenge! Sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge on our website at hcplibrary.org beginning June 1.
Kids receive a paperback book and a surprise after reading 5 hours and teens receive a paperback book after reading 10 hours. Every hour they read and log through August 1st earns them an entry to a prize drawing of their choice.
Sign up for our newsletter to receive information about the library’s fun weekly programs and activities on our Facebook page. Upcoming virtual programs include Daniel Lusk Magic Show, Amazon John, Madcap Puppets, and ComedySportz. In addition, DIY craft videos and take-home crafts will be available.
Your student has a digital library card number that can be found in their school portal. Curbside pick-up is available as of May 18th. Check out e-materials through Overdrive and Hoopla to keep reading all summer long.
School Assistance Request
If you need assistance or have a concern, please contact your child's teacher, our school social worker, the assistant principal or the principal. Phone calls to MIS are not currently being answered. Please use the link below for staff email addresses or utilize your teacher's messaging system.
These may be even more important resources in light of our current situation. Both are free services.
Ask Rose: Trained Rose-Hulman tutors provide free help to students in math and science. This support is available Sunday-Thursday, 7pm to 10pm (877-Ask-Rose), and they have now added the hours of 12pm-3pm to accommodate e-learning needs.