Welcome to Greenview Middle School (grades 5 & 6)

Welcome to Greenview Middle School (grades 5 & 6)

Welcome to Greenview Middle School (grades 5/6)

Mrs. Megan Young
Principal
Greenview Middle School (grades 5/6) 
216-691-2245
 

Greenview Campus is where our school communities come together as one for grades 4-6. Greenview Campus consists of Greenview Intermediate School which houses grade 4 and Greenview Middle School which houses grades 5 and 6. We make every effort to ensure the transition to Greenview is seamless for our students and families. We believe that education must focus on the academic, social, emotional and physical needs of each student. We also believe that all children will succeed because they can achieve!

The educators at Greenview Middle School understand the importance of relationships with students, families, and the community to help our students achieve. Our motto is “Reach Your Full Potential.” We emphasize the Greenview Way with our expectations to Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be Ready. Greenview offers a supportive and challenging learning environment that includes both intervention and enrichment opportunities for students. We offer two-way communication through the use of classroom Dojo. This tool allows parents to receive immediate communication regarding learning taking place in the classroom as well as any areas of concern. 

The curriculum at Greenview Middle School is aligned with Ohio’s state standards. Lessons are differentiated to allow for individualized learning experiences, including special education and gifted education. Honors courses are offered in math and reading/writing beginning in grade 6. We support the arts by offering general music and art to all students as well as band and orchestra to fifth and sixth graders. 

Greenview supports the integration of technology to help create an individualized, blended learning environment. Chrome books are utilized as well as interactive whiteboards to help bring the classroom alive. Google classroom provides opportunity for student/teacher communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.

Students are given opportunity for experiences beyond the classroom. Clubs are offered to provide extracurricular experiences for our students. These experiences help build leadership capacity and provide a sense of connection to Greenview. 

Our community partners are an integral part of Greenview’s learning environment. Support is provided to our students and families in many ways ranging from basic needs to instructional support and mentoring. These important partnerships allow students additional opportunities to succeed and achieve!

If you have further questions regarding Greenview Campus, I encourage you to schedule an appointment to come and see for yourself. Walking through our doors allows you to “feel” what Greenview is all about. Thank you for your continued support of the SEL schools and our quest to be “The Destination School District.”  


 

Meet the Principals

Mrs. Young - Principal - Greenview Middle School

Mrs. Young has 21 years of experience in education.  She attended Bowling Green State University for her undergraduate education and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education with a Spanish minor/concentration.  She began teaching in Lorain City Schools in 1999.  Within a couple years, she received a Master Degree from Marygrove College. After her 10th year teaching, she received her Educational Administration license from Ashland University.  For one year she was an Assistant Principal/Success For All Facilitator and then was promoted to Principal, where she has served the previous 11 years in Lorain. Mrs. Young believes that when everyone collaboratively works together and puts student needs first, new levels of success can be achieved together.  She is so excited to join the SEL community! 

Ms. Marshall - Asst Principal - Greenview Middle School

Assistant Principal - Grade 5
216-691-2023
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Sylvia Marshall has served as an educator in the South Euclid Lyndhurst School District for 14 years. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Ursuline College, a Master’s Degree with Reading Endorsement from Notre Dame College, an Instructional Technology Master's Degree from Virginia Tech, and her Educational Administration Master's Degree and license from Ursuline College. Ms. Marshall completed her student teaching at Sunview Elementary School. Thereafter, she accepted a teaching position at Adrian Elementary School. During her 14 years at Adrian Ms. Marshall taught 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades. She is looking forward to an awesome year of building relationships with the students, families, teachers, staff, administrators and community members in South Euclid and Lyndhurst. 

Mrs. Quick - Assistant Principal - Greenview Middle School

Assistant Principal - Grade 6
216-691-2260
 
Lisa Quick has 18 years of experience in urban education. She attended Cleveland State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education. She later took courses at Cleveland State University for Special Education Mild to Moderate. Mrs. Quick obtained her Alternative Principal’s License and is currently taking coursework in Educational Leadership through the American College of Education with a completion date of April, 2021. Mrs. Quick’s past teaching experience includes Kindergarten, 1st and 3rd grades. Mrs. Quick went on to become the Assistant Principal of her school and just completed her 13th year in administration. Her most recent position was with the Lorain City School District as their Dean of Scholars & Family Engagement. Mrs. Quick has a real passion and drive to assist with school-wide and classroom management, routines and procedures and is dedicated to building relationships with the entire student body, parents and staff with which she works. She is devoted to doing her very best at all times and always has the students’ best interests in mind.