Daylight saving time will end on Sunday, November 5. Please remember to turn your clocks back one hour.
4 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Daylight Savings Time reminder. Don't forget to fall back on Sunday, Nov. 5
Mrs. McCallister's 3rd graders at Alderson Elementary studied Halloween and Day of the Dead! Their study included reading about each celebration , and creating Venn diagrams to compare and contrast. The final part of the study was to create their own Day of the Dead skeleton and then celebrate the day with the movie Coco and an offrenda which included chips with salsa, queso or guacamole and of course cupcakes with sugar skulls!! The study will continue next week with opinion writing where they get to choose their favorite celebration and tell why.
4 months ago, Andrea Sloan
Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead
Day of the Dead
Mrs. Bryant’s kindergarten dissected a pumpkin today! Students learned about the different parts of the pumpkin to help them complete a labeling activity in their science journal. They ended the activity with a sick pumpkin! 🎃🫣
4 months ago, Andrea Sloan
K
K
K
November, already?!? Please mark your calendar for these important school calendar dates. Don't forget to regularly check the Events section at greenbriercountyschools.org or our Greenbrier County Schools (WV) mobile app for updates!
4 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
November Calendar Reminders
Happy Halloween!
4 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Happy Halloween
Miss Rose and Mrs. McCallister’s 3rd grade classes at Alderson Elementary completed Leaf Projects with their families. Students collected leaves, identified them, and then mounted and labeled them in multiple ways!
4 months ago, Andrea Sloan
fall
fall
fall
fall
Here's the map for tomorrow's Fall Festival!
4 months ago, Andrea Sloan
Map
Ms. Santos' Kindergarten class at Alderson Elementary had "bat day" last week! They transformed our room into a bat cave, read Stella Luna and learned all about bats! They used flash lights and glow sticks while doing their work!
4 months ago, Andrea Sloan
bat Day
bat day
bat day
It’s Red Ribbon Week! This year’s theme is Be Kind To Your Mind. Live Drug Free. The theme is a reminder that by staying drug-free, you are sending a message to yourself and others about how much you value yourself, your overall health, your community, and your future. One thing’s for sure...by making healthy choices, like staying drug free, you are much more likely to achieve your goals. So aim for the stars! We believe in you. #RedRibbonWeek
4 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free
Mrs. McCallister's 3rd grade class at Alderson Elementary completed fire safety plans at home with their parents as part of Fire Safety Week! Their plans had 2 ways out of their room and a meeting place as well. They also practiced fire drills with their families!
4 months ago, Andrea Sloan
3rs
3rd
3rd
3rd
3rd
It's National School Lunch Week and the perfect occasion to remind families that Greenbrier County students eat school meals free of charge through our participation in the Community Eligibility Program (CEP). School menus can be found using our mobile app. Find download instructions at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_CiYJaJdCQ.
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Level up with School Lunch
It's National School Lunch Week and the perfect occasion to remind families that Greenbrier County students eat school meals free of charge through our participation in the Community Eligibility Program (CEP). School menus can be found using our mobile app. Find download instructions at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_CiYJaJdCQ.
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Level Up with School Lunch
It's Fire Prevention Week, and this year's theme is "Cooking Safety Starts with YOU. Pay attention to fire prevention™." Cooking is the leading cause of home fires in the United States, with two of every five home fires starting in the kitchen. Learn more at https://www.nfpa.org/fpw.
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Pay attention to fire prevention
GCS reminds families that Monday, October 9, is a Professional Learning and Faculty Senate Day. Students do not report on October 9th.
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Monday, Oct. 9, is a Professional Learning and Faculty Senate Day. Students do not report on Oct. 9.
October is Bullying Prevention Month! We can all make an impact by helping prevent bullying. Use your voice to spread kindness and create a culture of respect and empathy. Reach out to a trusted adult if you or someone you know is being bullied and know that you are not alone. #BullyingPreventionMonth #BeKind #SpreadKindness
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
October is National Bullying Prevention Month
October marks the celebration of a special group of leaders in our community – our school principals. These dedicated individuals play a pivotal role in shaping our students’ futures. This month-long celebration is an opportunity to recognize and thank our principals for their unwavering dedication, exceptional leadership, and remarkable impact on student success. #ThankAPrincipal
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
October is National Principals Month
Miss Rose’s third grade created pattern pumpkins. Students used lots of problem solving and fine motor skills to create their own unique pumpkin!
5 months ago, Andrea Sloan
Rose
Rose
Rose
October is National Farm to School Month, and we invite you to join us in celebrating! ‎This year's theme, "Rooted in Community: Growing Stronger, Together," emphasizes that farm-to-school is built for and by communities, uniting people from all walks of life who all share a common vision of an abundant, nourishing, and equitable food system. GCS proudly partners with local farmers to feature locally grown food in our cafeterias throughout the school year. #farmtoschool
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
Oct. is National Farm to School Month
October is National Farm to School Month, and we invite you to join us in celebrating! ‎This year's theme, "Rooted in Community: Growing Stronger, Together," emphasizes that farm-to-school is built for and by communities, uniting people from all walks of life who all share a common vision of an abundant, nourishing, and equitable food system. GCS proudly partners with local farmers to feature locally grown food in our cafeterias throughout the school year. #farmtoschool
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
October is National Farm to School Month
Hot and fresh cinnamon rolls, right out of the oven for breakfast this morning!
5 months ago, Greenbrier County Schools
cinnamon rolls