Think you missed your chance to see the school play, A Murder Is Announced? Think again! You can see the show this weekend on Friday and Saturday at 7 P.M. Break a leg drama club members, and make your last shows of the year count!
This coming Friday, the school play, A Murder Is Announced, premieres. Catch the show on Friday and Saturday at 7 P.M., Sunday at 2 P.M., and next weekend. Break a leg, Drama Club!
Last week our Greenfield High School Track Team had their pacerathon. They did a great job and are bound to have a great season!
The prom style show was a success! Everyone looked amazing on stage. Thank you Mrs. Carothers for all of your hard work! It was a fun way to end the day and got everyone excited for prom!
All of the students that participated in Solo and Ensemble at Whitnall High School did an amazing job! All of the Wind Ensemble members are going to state in May, as well as many other soloists, small groups, and choral groups. Congratulations!
While countless Juniors were stressed for their big test this week, several seniors offered their support and advice. They were very encouraging, and even helped a few Juniors study. This obviously meant a lot to the Juniors.
The band and chorus students are participating in Solo and Ensemble tomorrow at Whitnall High School. Best of luck to all the participating students!
The post-its have made their return! On random lockers throughout the school, post-its bearing a positive message have been showing up. The writer is still anonymous, but this kind act of paying it forward is greatly appreciated.
This Tuesday and Wednesday, the Juniors did a great on their ACT and work keys. Taking advantage of the great opportunity provided by the school, all the Juniors at GHS are now better prepared for the future.
After witnessing a girl fall down the stairs today, one of her classmates immediately helped her to her feet and made sure she was alright. It always pays to be nice to others, even when they're not exactly on their toes!
Last night a group of students were struggling to prepare for their math test the following day. They decided to work together and collectively they were able to understand everything on the study guide. Working together works.
A student was spotted waiting for and holding the door for a band student who had their hands full and was obviously going to be unable to open it themselves. Practicing these common acts of kindness can really make GHS a better place!
A student was doodling in his notebook, and his neighbor complimented him on his drawing. He told him that he had a lot of talent. This kind exchange was out of the blue, but very sweet. Compliment your peers! You never know what they are going through; you might just make their day!
Several students congratulated their friend on a high test score. This encouragement was really heartwarming! Kind words like these can mean a lot to someone. Keep lifting each other up- it does not go unnoticed!
Students have started noticing post-it notes around the school with positive messages on them! Who are they from? Thank you for trying to make GHS a brighter place!
It's Jump Rope for Heart week at Elm Dale elementary school. Several Elm Dale alumni involved in different organizations at GHS have taken a day off of school this week to play with the kids and help get their hearts pumping! They interacted with each of Coach's gym classes; they jumped rope, played tag, and brought out the big colorful parachute to play with. Thank you for being a good example to the little kids and helping them get active!
Thank you to all the teachers that gave their students treats today (or Valentines, if you will)! Everyone was very appreciative, and it made for quite a pleasant Valentine's Day!
Several kids have been stressed with AP tests this week. Many have demonstrated outstanding team work as they studied together and helped each other review. Great job working together, and good luck!
The Greenfield Band Garage Band Fundraiser that was held last night was a success! Thank you to all the parents that supported these students, and thanks to all the bands that preformed! The music was great!
After a few students donated blood, they did not feel well. A few passed out or had to rest for several minutes after the process was completed. A classmate was very concerned about their friend when they were told about what had happened. They wished their friend well and gave them some advice on how to recover quickly. These kind words really showed how much they cared about the well being of others!
The Blood Center of Wisconsin visited GHS this week, and several students donated blood. They are literally saving lives! Our heroes are greatly appreciated. Thank you to everyone who donated!
When complications occurred at the pep assembly on Friday, everyone remained calm and showed great leadership until order was restored. Despite the mishap, the assembly continued as normal and everyone did a great job showing pride. Way to go Hawks.
When someone's friend was having a bad day, they showered them with compliments and told them funny jokes to make them feel better. By the end of the conversation, tears had turned into giggles! Always remember, some kind words can turn anyone's day around!
A student was very nervous about an important PowerPoint that they had to present to their class. A fellow classmate cheered them on and calmed their nerves. This kind gesture was great to see. Always support your peers!