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  • 2022 - 2023 School Supplies List

    Click for your current school supply list.

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  •  Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Seal

    Greenwood is a 2022 Blue Ribbon Beacon School

    We are pleased to announce Greenwood Elementary School has been named a 2022 Blue Ribbon Beacon School. We are greatly honored to recognize such a deserving school working so diligently to fulfill the many learning needs of all students. Through the Blue Ribbon process, schools have engaged their entire community to identify and build on strengths and overcome challenges.

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  • Technology Tools for Parents

    Do you need help with Google Classroom or any other resource/application your child uses at school? This site will help you with those needs.

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  • Chromebook Dos and Don'ts

    Chromebook Dos and Don'ts

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  • Learning Expectations for Quarantine

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    Covid-19 FAQ

    Stay abreast on the latest updates from the district.

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  • Stay Connected with Affordable Internet

    Now more than ever, access to home Internet is important to stay connected to friends and family, work from home or attend school online. If at least one person in your household is a SNAP participant or receives SSI benefits (California only), you may qualify for Internet service up to 10 Mbps for $10/mo. or less.

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  • 2021 SIC Annual Report

    Want to know what Greenwood Elementary has been doing this year? Check out our annual report.

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  •  Attendance Works

    Attendance

    Too many absences - excused or unexcused - can keep students from succeeding in school and life. How many are too many? 10% of the school year - that's 18 missed days or 2 days a month - can knock students off track.

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