Greystone News

May 11, 2018

School Supplies Orders are Due Friday, May 18th

Want to save the hassle of finding everything on your child's school supply list? Don't have the time to shop for the best deals? Our school supply package is offered to students who would like to purchase them. The prices are very competitive and the school makes no money off this. It is simply to make it easy for parents to get the supplies their child needs for the upcoming school year. You can purchase these by going to My School Fees at and click on your child's name and then Show School Fees and then PrePaid School Supplies. Here is a link to the lists if you would like to purchase these on your own.

Congratulations to Our Winners of the April Core Value: Peace

Fifth Grade Winners
Genius Hub Picture

The Genius Hub is Ready

The Genius Hub is finished and we are ready for you! We have been working hard to change an underutilized area of our school into a place where students can learn from our community members. Yes, we need you. You have talents, areas of interest, and exciting things that you do that students would love to learn. This could include a hobby or craft, a book club, an interesting job, a helpful skill such as organization or presenting, or even just something fun! The Genius Hub needs you during the month of May to volunteer to work with a small group of 6-8 students for 30-45 minutes and teach them something that you love or that inspires you. You can do this once or twice in the month of May. Once we get your name through our form, we will send out a schedule where you can sign up for open times. This will be a great way to end the year and help our school teach students things they might not ever get the opportunity to learn in class. To sign up and receive a schedule, click the following link:

Community Service Forms Are Due by May 14th


If your child has completed community service, please submit the form to Mrs. Amos-White by May 14th. The award assemblies will take place on May 21st at 8 am (grades K-2) and 8:45 am (grades 3-5). If you need a Community Service form, please see this link Thank you!

Kristin Amos-White

School Counselor


LIbrary News

Need something to read this summer? Here are some great options!

Summer Reading at your public library!

Please sign up for the Summer Reading program at any public library! If you participate, Mrs. Richey will have another prize for you in the fall! This year, all public libraries will have online sign-up and reading logs. This is a fun and easy way to motivate kids to read this summer! More info soon, or contact your favorite public library.

Summer Reading for Students Transitioning to Berry Middle School

If your child is moving on to Berry next year, you will want to check out the summer reading requirements for their grade level. You can find them at the following link:

Spain Park Seniors "Walk the Halls"

Spain Park Seniors are invited to "Walk the Halls" of their elementary schools (or the elementary school where their siblings attend). Greystone Elementary will host them on May 16th at 7:50 a.m. Wear your cap and gown. Come early if you would like to help with carpool. Seniors will be celebrated by the elementary students and are invited to attend a reception following the walk. Please visit the following link to let us know if you are coming.

Note: Seniors who are taking their 2nd-period exams will be dismissed in time to make it to school, but will be provided a pass should they arrive late.

Seniors Walk the Halls

Chasing the Perfect Shot Basketball Camp

The "Chasing the Perfect Shot" Basketball Camp will be hosted at Spain Park High School. Camp Director - Mike Chase's Spain Park Girls Basketball Team that won the 2018 AHSAA State Championship will be working with your child! This camp is for boys and girls entering 1st through 8th grades and will be June 25 - 28 from 9 am to 12 pm. Registration has begun and will go through the day of camp - walk-ups are also accepted. For more information, please see the following camp flyer:

Spain Park's Free Football Camp for Kids

The Spain Park Youth Football Camp is just around the corner. This is a free camp for all elementary students. The camp will be held June 19-21, from 9:30 - 12:00 at Spain Park High School. For more information and to register, see the following flyer:

Important Dates

May 11th - 6:30 pm - Jumpin' Jags Friends and Family Performance at Spain Park

May 16th - Seniors Walk the School and Reception 8:00 am

May 17th - Talent Show Dress Rehearsal

May 18th - Kindergarten Kick-Off 9:30 - 10:30 am

May 18th - Bridge to Berry - 1:00 pm

May 21st - Awards Day - Times TBA

May 22nd - K-2 Talent Show 8:30 am, 3-5 Talent Show 12:30 pm

May 23rd - Early Dismissal - 12:45 pm

May 24th - Early Dismissal - 11:00 am, Last Day of School

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