Greystone News

August 30, 2019

No School Monday for Labor Day
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highlights of our house drawing day!

Are you new to Greystone?  Would you want to sign up to be connected with a seasoned family to learn about our school?  Sign up for Greystone Connect.
We offer Greystone Connect for any new families who choose to connect with a family to learn more about our school and community. Click here for a form to sign up for Greystone Connect.
If you are an experienced Greystone family and would like to connect to one of our new families, you can sign up to be a Greystone Connect mentor.
Click here for the form to sign up to be a Greystone Connect mentor.

Are you interested in joining Jag Running club?

The Jag Running Club is for all students in grades 3-5. It is a dedicated school year long program that meets on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Students do not need to sign-up.

**Attendance will be recorded.

**Jag Running Club starts at 7:10 a.m.

Runners will be dismissed at 7:40 a.m. to freshen up/change clothes

before going to class.

Happy Running! Mrs. Hoit


September 2nd - Labor Day Holiday - School is closed

September 5th - 5th Grade Parent Night - 6:00 - 7:15 pm

September 9th - Enrichment Parent Meeting - 6:00 pm

September 10th - HCS Budget Hearing 4:00 pm and Board Meeting 5:30 pm

September 11th - Progress Reports come home

September 17th - Hearing and Vision Screening

September 19th - Rock Your School Day!

September 20th - Run at School Day (during your child's PE class)

September 25th - Fall School Pictures

September 26th - PTA Board Meeting 10:00 am (All are welcome)

October 4th - 3rd Grade to Birmingham Southern Environmental Center

October 6th - 25th Anniversary Celebration - 3:00 - 4:30 pm

October 7th - 11th - Leave a Legacy Fundraising Campaign

October 9th - Flu Clinic

October 9th - 1st Grade to Helena Hollow and Veterans Park

October 9th - End of 1st Nine Weeks

October 10th - 5th Grade to SPHS to watch Berry's musical

Library News

Please click on the link below for information about our wonderful library!

Greystone Library Information for Parents

Please email Mrs. Richey if you need any additional information about our library.

If your child participated in a public library Summer Reading Program, be sure to send in the certificate or reading log or email Mrs. Richey at for a special treat!

First Priority Kids Starts Back Next Week

First Priority Kids will resume this upcoming Friday, September 6. This club is a student-led group that meets before school at 7:15 each Friday in the library. Some parents of the student leaders support this Christian club that is open to 3rd through 5th graders. Students must have a permission form to attend. The link for the permission form is below.

First Priority Kids Parent Permission Form

Here's what your pta has been doing the past few months!

-planned Bridge to Berry in May
-planned end of year skate party
-painted bulletin boards over the summer in the hallways
-prepared for registration over the summer
-ordered field trip t-shirts
-hosted back to school bingo
-working on planning the 25th anniversary party, Leave a Legacy and brick campaign
-hosted a back to school lunch for teachers
-hosted dinner for teachers on parents night

Greystone PTA 2019-2020 Budget

Click here for the proposed budget for the General Membership to review. Any questions, comments or objections should be submitted to Joan Bishop at no later than September 15, 2019.
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Yoga After School Flyer
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Our Greystone Motto

Learn - Lead - Leave a Legacy

Our Greystone Mission

As a school community, we empower learners, inspire leaders, and encourage all children to reach their potential.

Our Greystone Vision

Empowering a generation of learners and leaders to leave a legacy.

Greystone Elementary

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EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES  (Board policy, 6.6) No student will be unlawfully excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity offered or sponsored by the Board on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, disability, creed, national origin, sex, immigrant or migrant status, non-English speaking ability, or homeless status. All career and technical education opportunities are offered to all students regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability. The district also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  Mrs. Claire Moore, IDEA Coordinator Mrs. Marley Stephens, Section 504 Coordinator Dr. Debra Smith, Title I Coordinator Dr. Cindy Adams, Title II Coordinator Mrs. Claire Moore, Title III Coordinator Dr. Tera Simmons, Title IX Coordinator Hoover City Schools 2810 Metropolitan Way Hoover, AL 35243 (205) 439-1000  EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  (Board policy, 5.13.1) The Board is an equal opportunity employer. Personnel actions and decisions will be made without regard to factors or considerations prohibited by federal or state law (as such laws may from time to time be amended), including but not limited to race, gender, age, disability, national origin, citizenship, and religious preference. Subject to the limitations set forth in 4.6.2, the general complaint (grievance) policy (4.6.1) may be used to present any complaint alleging unlawful discrimination or harassment. Inquiries regarding compliance and complaint procedures can be directed to:  Mary Veal, Equal Opportunity Employment Coordinator  Hoover City Schools 2810 Metropolitan Way Hoover, AL 35243 (205) 439-1000