Greystone News

December 20, 2019

Happy holidays from the greystone faculty and staff
Winter Break is December 23 - January 3
Drama Rama at Hoover High School

Calling all Responsible Fourth Graders... Are you interested in joining Safety Patrol?

Safety Patrol

We are searching for students who are interested in serving on our Safety Patrol Team for the 3rd & 4th nine weeks. You should only apply for this position if you want to help keep Greystone safe and can commit to keeping up with this responsibility.

Morning patrols must be at their post by 7:15 a.m. Afternoon patrols should plan to be on duty until 3:10 p.m. Parents need to be sure their child will be at school by their designated time. We do not want patrols arriving late for their post or leaving early.

Being a part of safety patrol is a position of honor and leadership. We appreciate the work that the patrols do and the time they give to the school. Safety patrol members must realize that this is a commitment and they will be expected to be on post at their scheduled time.

Students who serve on the safety patrol team during the 3rd & 4th nine weeks will earn a special party at the end of the year.

If you would like to apply to be a part of safety patrol for the 3rd & 4th nine weeks, please email me at or submit an application through the following website:


Mrs. Carns

Honor is letting someone know you see how valuable they really are

Congratulations to these students for demonstrating honor during the month of November!

Winter Assembly Update


In an effort to protect instructional time, we are not going to have a winter awards assembly. Students will be recognized for perfect attendance, core values, and community service through our morning announcements and in their classrooms. We will have an awards assembly at the end of the year.

Erin's Law Information

Attention All Parents: To comply with Erin’s Law, HCS school counselors and administrators have created a plan to provide basic child sexual abuse prevention lessons for students. We have prepared a brief video that outlines plans for elementary, middle and high school levels. You will find more detailed information on HCS’s plan to implement Erin’s Law, including the option for your child to opt out of these lessons if you so choose (return by Feb. 1st). This information is also available in Spanish. Disclaimer: If you need alternate accommodations in accessing the video content, please contact Marley Stephens at


January 6th - Return to school for 2nd semester

January 8th - Report cards go home

January 9th - Jumpin' Jags perform for Berry basketball - 5:00 pm

January 14th - School Board Meeting - 5:30 pm

January 14th - Jumpin' Jags perform at Spain Park basketball - 6:00 pm

January 15th - $1 Day for Juvenile Diabetes Research

January 15th - 1st Grade - Miss Annie

January 17th - Kindergarten - Miss Annie

January 17th - HOUSE Meeting - 8:00 am

January 18th - Spirit Day at Master Scarsella's World Class Tae Kwon Do

January 18th - Jumpin' Jags perform at Lakeshore Foundation - 2:00 pm

January 20th - No School for MLK, Jr. Day

January 23rd - PTA Board meetiing - 10:00 am

January 24th - Kindergarten to Wee Folks Theater - 8:30 am

January 24th - Family Math Night - 5:30 - 7:00 pm

February 1st - Gingerbread Man Run - 2:00 pm

Digital Citizenship Parenting Tip for December

Click here for helping kids understand their digital footprint.
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House Teams of Greystone: Hawks, Lions, Wolves, Turtles, Dolphins
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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.

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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