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NO SCHOOL - MARCH 30 & 31

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There is no scho​ol on Thurday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st.  See you all back on Monday, April 3rd.

 LIGHTHOUSE ARTWORK

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4K INFORMATION NIGHT - APRIL 10th

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On Monday, April 10, 2017, the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District will be hosting our annual 4K Registration/Information night. The event will be held in the Performing Arts Center at Baldwin-Woodville High School.  The 4K presentation will start at 5:00 and last approximately 1/2 hour.  The plan is to provide parents of prospective 4K students with the necessary information about our program. In addition, it offers us a chance to answer any questions that parents have about 4K in general. The required enrollment paperwork for 4K can be found below.  It is also available at the Greenfield Elementary Office. Parents are welcome to bring completed paperwork with them to turn in on the 10th, or submit to the Greenfield Elementary Office at their convenience. Please be aware that we will also need to see a birth certificate to verify age when paperwork is collected.  In addition to registration, parents will also have the opportunity to visit our three sites that evening.

Open House will be held at our Community Preschool, Junior Hawks, and Kid’s View locations from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M. If you have any questions, or desire additional information, please contact J.R. Dachel at 715-684-3334 x.2105. We look forward to seeing you at registration!​

 Click here for: Enrollment Paperwork​
 
MARCH & APRIL BLACKHAWK BULLETIN

Please the the attached copy of our March/April edition of the Blackhawk Bulletin.

MARCH APRIL BLACKHAWK BULLETIN.pdfMARCH APRIL BLACKHAWK BULLETIN.pdf

SUMMER SCHOOL - HAWK CAMP - SIGN UP NOW!!

Sign up now: http://bit.ly/2lPt8MA


HAWK CAMP COURSE OFFERINGS

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (Grades K-2, 3-5)

This class will teach basic American Sign Language (ASL) vocabulary and an introduction to deafness, hearing impairment & Deaf culture. Students will learn simple sentence structures that will allow some basic communication skills with each other and with people who are deaf. Games, songs, pantomime and more!

 

COOKING THROUGH THE ALPHABET (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Join this class as we make and eat kid-friendly recipes that take us from A to Z! Fee: $5.00

 

DR. SEUSS IS ON THE LOOSE (Grades 3-5)

This class will cover everything Seussy!  There will be a little reading, a little writing, a little science…a little of everything Seussical!  Come join in the fun!

 

FUN WITH ART (Grades 3-5)

Get ready to have some fun while creating amazing art projects!  We will be creating both 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional artwork.  Projects will include drawing, painting, and sculpting.

 

GOLF:  SKILLS, DRILLS, and GAMES (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Learn and improve at the great game of GOLF. You will find out how to: walk, talk, dress & play like a golfer. We will play indoor/outdoor games, have golf competitions with prizes, watch golf movies and many more fun activities! (Having your own clubs are helpful, but not necessary.)

 

INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Students will learn easy and fun strategies to capture beautiful images, along with editing techniques to transform their photos.

 

LEARNING WITH LEGOS (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Do you like to build? Do you like to be creative? Are you crazy about Legos? If you answered yes, then this is the class for you! We will be doing hands-on activities every day. You will get to create awesome Lego structures while getting to hang out with other Lego fanatics! It doesn't get any better than that!

 

LEARNING THROUGH NATURE (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Are you someone who loves to be surrounded by the great outdoors? Have you wondered about how nature works? Students will have the opportunity to discover different parts of nature including clouds, rocks, trees, stars, biomes, and the natural wonders the world. Come join us for the opportunity to learn more about nature in the great outdoors!

 

MAGIC SCHOOL BUS (Grades K-2, 3-5)

"Seatbelts everyone... it's a wilder ride. Come on in and don't be shy, join this class and ... Ride on the Magic School Bus." We will do science experiments, lessons and activities related to this series of books and videos.

 

MAGNIFICENT MATH (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Do you like to measure to make lemonade?  Are you interested in playing store with real money?  Would you enjoy eating a fraction of fruit loops?  Math can be tasty.  Math can be fun.  Math can be messy.   Math is everywhere and I’d like you to join me in discovering this for yourself.  Sign up for Magnificent Math and be a part of the action.

 

OUTDOOR GAMES (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Do you like to play games outside?  If so, this is the perfect class for you!  If the weather doesn’t cooperate, we will move our games inside, and still have lots of FUN!

 

READING REVIEW (Grades K-2, 3-5)

This class is designed for students who are in need of some extra instruction in reading. Students will enjoy fun activities to review a variety of reading strategies to improve their decoding, fluency, and comprehension skills.

 

TECH-KNOWLEDGE-Y (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Discover new ways of learning with technology!  Students will work with chromebooks, computers, and tablets to enhance their knowledge of the technology in our school.  Join us as we explore our digital world!

 

UNDER THE SEA (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Under the Sea will give students a chance to explore the ocean and the creatures that live within. We will focus on learning about a different part of the ocean each week through books, videos, and internet research. Each week we will be doing craft and art projects, as well as learning how to use different programs on the computer to demonstrate our learning. Come join me on an exciting journey "Under the Sea"!

 

WHO DID IT? (Grades K-2, 3-5)

Crimes have been committed at Greenfield Elementary and it is up to a group of future Forensic Scientists to determine who has done them.  Students will have the opportunity to do hands-on experiments to solve the mysteries each day. Fee:  $2.00 (for necessary materials, many of which students will take home at the end of the class).

 

YOUNG ARTISTS (Grades K-2)

Inside art. Outside art. Hands and feet kind of art. Crazy art. Relaxing art. Craft and build kind of art. Let's get together and enjoy many ways to experience art this summer​.


PLAY IT AGAIN
This summer school class is offered as an introduction to theatre games and performance. Working with creative drama techniques, the students will learn to build a character, a scene, and a play for performance. The students will walk to the high school and work on the auditorium stage and will perform the last day of summer school. Students who love stories will enjoy this class. Even those who are a bit shy will become engaged in the process. The rehearsal is a chance for stage fears to be eliminated.​
INFLUENZA IN ALL SCHOOL BUILDINGS

We are no longer sending home notes right now in regards to what sicknesses are in classrooms.  We have lots of INFLUENZA and STREP THROAT in several classrooms.  

Please see the attached information regarding the flu.  This is a guide with lots of helpful information for parents.

The Flu Guide.pdfThe Flu Guide.pdf

 

                                       

WHEN TO KEEP SICK CHILDREN HOME - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Keep a Sick Child at Home if You See the Following:

·         Fever. This is one symptom that automatically rules out school, no questions. (Anywhere from 100 to 101 degrees or higher is the usual guideline used by most schools.) Your sick student should be fever-free without medication for at least 24 hours before you send him/her back to school.

 

·         Diarrhea. This could be a sign of a viral infection, so it’s best to keep your student at home. It’s also important to keep rehydrating him/her  with an oral rehydrating solution when they have diarrhea, and the best way to do that is by keeping them at home.

 

·         Vomiting. Aside from the fact that your student won’t be comfortable, he/she could vomit again ( one bout of vomiting is usually followed by another). Keep them home until they have gone 24 hours without throwing up.

 

·         Cough. This depends on how severe the cough is. Coughs can spread infection to other students. A serious cough can also keep a child from getting a good night’s rest, which means they’ll be too tired for school in the morning. As a general rule, if your student has a serious cough, particularly if it’s accompanied by breathing troubles, call your doctor and keep them home. But if it’s just a mild cough and no other symptoms, they can probably go to school.

 

·         Rashes. Skin rashes could be a sign of a contagious infection, such as impetigo. You should have a rash evaluated by a doctor before sending your student to school.

 

·         Pinkeye (conjunctivitis). This infection can quickly and easily spread from one child to another, as many parents of grade-school age children already know all too well. Keep your student home until the doctor says they may return.​

GRANDPARENT'S DAY -- APRIL 21

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More details posted soon.

OPEN ENROLLMENT

The open enrollment regular application period begins on Monday, February 6th. Important information related to the paper applications, the parent online application, and how to enter paper applications into OPAL is included below.

 OPEN ENROLLMENT PAPER APPLICATION FORMS:
 
The paper versions of the open enrollment application forms (PI-9410) in English, Spanish, and Hmong are now available for download. 
 
 
 
You can also access the paper application from our Forms webpage at http://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment/resources/forms.
 
Although paper applications are made available, we still strongly encourage parents to submit their applications online.
 
A reminder that parents cannot submit open enrollment applications until Monday, February 6th at the earliest and must submit them no later than 4:00pm on Friday, April 28th.
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Greenfield Elementary School, in partnership with parents and

the community, will provide a safe place where all students have

the opportunity to learn. We are dedicated to … building

cooperative spirit; teaching citizenship and responsibility;

emphasizing academic effort and excellence; recognizing and

nurturing individual talents and creativity; developing positive

 self-esteem; appreciating diversity; and promoting life-long

learning.

      
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 Tiffanie Grodevant

Principal

(715) 684-3334 x2106

tnigbor@bwsd.k12.wi.us 

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J.R. Dachel

Principal / Transportation Director / 4K Coordinator

(715) 684-3334 x2105

jrdachel@bwsd.k12.wi.us


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Lori Hadley

Administrative Assistant

(715) 684-3334 x2100

lhadley@bwsd.k12.wi.us

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