Greystone News

September 25, 2020

From your PTA

We have reopened the link to purchase any extra COVID items (masks, neck gaiters, and hand santizer) and field trip t-shirts we have on hand. There are limited quantities and sizes available. Here is the link

Also, there is still time to join PTA if you haven't already!

Go Green for Braxton Day was Awesome!

Parents and Guardians...

Please take 18 minutes to view this video. This contains all of the important information and reminders that we typically share with you at parent meetings each year.

Click here for a pdf of the Google Slides.

Thanks for watching,

Dr. Stocks and Mrs. Williams

Greystone Parent Information 2020 2021
Birmingham Educational Networking Team Grand Opening

Founder and CEO Imran Gholizadeh was not successful in academics the majority of his life. He never imagined that he would be a coder with a passion for discovering innovative educational methods. Unlike some, Imran knows what it's like to go from a failing student to honor roll.

At BENT, we do not deny any student access to high quality education. Our core mission is to provide educational resources to people of all backgrounds.

If your child or anyone else you know can use a hand in their schoolwork, don't hesitate to reach out!

Come to our open house tomorrow from 12:00-8:30 to check out our programs!

BENT Origin Story
Asbury basketball sign up
Want to introduce your child to a new sport? Give them an opportunity to learn about teamwork? Registration for Upward Basketball and Cheerleading at Asbury UMC is open! Boys and girls ages K5 to fifth grade can participate. Practices start in mid-November and games are held on Saturday mornings beginning December 5.

To learn more about the league and what COVID-19 precautions are being taken, visit:

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  • The Hoover City Schools Foundation was established in 1992 to bridge the gap between increasingly limited public school funding, and the growing needs of our students and teachers.
  • The Foundation has invested in grants in our school system for decades, and on behalf of all of us at the Hoover Board of Education, I want to thank those in our community for "Committing to 36" - representing $1 for each week of school.
  • New this year is an option to make your donation on The Riverchase Career Connection Center has this option under their public fees or simply visit and make your tax-deductible donation today!
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September Menu

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september is national attendance awareness month!

Learning is happening all over the place!

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library news

We are now checking out library books every week on your child's library day. Please help your child remember their books each week! 4th and 5th graders can keep their books for 2 weeks, but should return them if they are finished so they can get a new book. All students can log in to Destiny to renew their books, place books on hold, or see what they have checked out. There is a video and a PDF document about how to use Destiny on Mrs. Richey's Google Classroom if you need help!

If you need any help, contact Mrs. Richey at or 205-439-3242.

Mark Your Calendars

September 30 - Deadline to submit form to change from in-person to virtual or virtual to in-person

October 19 - 23 - Leave a Legacy Fundraiser!

October 26 - 30 - Red Ribbon Week

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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Greystone Elementary

Greystone Elementary is committed to ensuring all information is accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you have a disability or face any barriers accessing website content, please contact (205) 439-3200.
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