On Monday, December 14, 2020, the School Board approved the starting of Winter Break a day early for students. As a result, there will be NO SCHOOL for students on Wednesday, December 23, 2020.
The Fall Sports Awards Night will be this Sunday, December 13, 2020, at 7:00pm in the West gym. Two parents will be able to attend and sit in the bleachers. Athletes will be seated in chairs on the floor with their team members. A reminder that masks are mandatory and to stay a safe distance away from others.
With the start of virtual learning today, remember that FREE breakfast and lunch can be picked up at Greenwood Elementary from 7:00am-12:00pm or at the Willard Athletic Club from 7:00-10:00am each school day. Meals are available for any School District of Greenwood resident, age 18 and younger.
As we approach winter sports, all Boys Basketball Middle School and C-team AWAY games will NOT be able to have fans. Any games in our East Gym will not be able to have AWAY fans and each player will receive two tickets. We will continue to post information as we have it.
WFCA announces 2020 Academic All-State Awards https://www.wissports.net/news_article/show/1132421
This Friday, November 13, 2020, is an e-learning day for our students. The district is providing opportunities for our students that need internet access. There will be 2-hour time slots available at the High School, Elementary School, and Sunset Pines in Willard. Please contact one of the school offices if you would like to sign your student up for one of these time slots! (715) 267-6101 Transportation is not provided.
The Cloverbelt Conference has announced its All-Conference teams for volleyball. Congratulations Alane and Celine!
Math and measurement in Forestry! Students were determining their pace and using that measurement to measure trees.
Congratulations Avrey Horvath for qualifying for the STATE cross country meet in Colby next Saturday, October 31. He is the first Greenwood runner to qualify for STATE in over a decade! Way to go, Avrey!!! (He will run at 12:40pm.)
FCCLA made a warm and fuzzy community service project for Halloween. They made itty-bitty felt costumes which will be donated to the tiny patients in the NICU or birth center.
The WIAA regional volleyball match will be on Thursday, 10/22, at 7:00pm v. winner of Port Edwards and Assumption. We have scheduled a Varsity football game on Friday, 10/30, at 7:00pm v. McDonell at Dorais Field in Chippewa Falls.
Horticulture students were identifying plant characteristics and classifying monocot and dicot plants recently!
The varsity football game on Saturday, October 31st vs. Sevastopol has been cancelled.
As we are competing our first month back in school, we would like to take a moment to offer thanks on achieving this milestone and to remind everyone that we must not get complacent. Attached is a letter from our administrators addressing this one month milestone as well as asking for your continued support and assistance. https://5il.co/loi3 If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The School District of Greenwood participated in the MCHS Occupational Health COVID-19 “Triple C Seal of Approval” visit hosted by Todd Felhofer, District Administrator; Joe Green, Elementary School Principal; and Dean Lindner, School Board member. Chris Smith, RN from the MCHS Neillsville campus, assists with COVID-19 transmission mitigation strategies in preparation for the school year.
There will be NO Middle School football practices this week, Sep. 28-Oct. 2, 2020. The Thursday, 10/1/2020, MS game v. Neillsville has been cancelled.
Thursday, September 24 volleyball matches v. Loyal have been cancelled.
Clark County Flu Clinic offered for free: https://5il.co/l1kh
Cross Country apparel is available for order! Orders are due September 13, 2020. http://premierprintinginc.com/product-category/loyal-cross-country/
This is an important message for Greenwood parents and students. This afternoon, a student was approached by a stranger while walking home from school near the Kow Kickin’ Café. Thankfully the student was not injured. The student was chased by a stranger and when the student ran up the street toward the houses, the man stopped chasing and returned to his vehicle. The man was described as white and bald, and the vehicle was described as a red or maroon SUV or minivan. Greenwood Police are investigating this incident. Please know we take these situations very seriously, as the safety of our students is always our absolute top priority.