Congratulations to 4th grader, Maya Stanton, for receiving an honorable mention and being recognized in Columbus at the Reflections State Competition. This year's theme was "Heroes Around Me" and Maya's photograph impressed the judges! Thank you, Maya, for representing us with ARC Pride!
As a culminating activity for the celebration of Black History Month, Greenview staff and students participated in an African-American Read-In on Friday, March 1, 2019. The program is a wonderful way to promote literacy, build reading stamina and allow students an opportunity to immerse themselves in reading for pleasure.
The Brush National Honor Society is excited to announce extended hours for our upcoming Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. We are encouraging staff members across the district, as well as community members, to get involved in our effort to save lives!!! Our extended hours run from 2-6 p.m. You can sign up online by clicking here and entering sponsor code Brush or by calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). By registering, you will secure a timeslot for yourself.
Approximately 50 students at Greenview Upper Elementary School recently participated in the National Assessment of Educational Progress, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The N.A.E.P. is an overall summative evaluation assessment, which utilizes information and data to demonstrate how Greenview students compete against other students on a global scale.
Greenview Upper Elementary 4th graders recently had the opportunity to showcase their literary and spelling skills on February 20, 2019, during the annual Spelling Bee competition. The Spelling Bee gave student the chance to demonstrate the hard work that has been invested in the classroom and in their own individual work.
Congratulations to the Greenview Upper Elementary School 5th Grade students who recently participated in a highly rigorous math competition among their grade level, entitled Math24. This competition is an innovative exercise that involves using 4 numbers in a combination of any of the standard math operations so that the number equals “24.”
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