Greystone News

November 1, 2019

Red Ribbon Week poster contest winners

Red Ribbon Week was a huge success thanks to Mrs. Amos-White, Mrs. Susan Walker, and our PTA. Congratulations to our RRW Poster Contest winners!

Time change - set clocks back one hour saturday night

Time to help Oak Mountain Missions - November 4th - 15th!

Please participate in supporting Oak Mountain Missions. We are collecting items to help fill their shelves. Each HOUSE is assigned an item to bring. For each item, the HOUSE will receive 2 HOUSE points! Click here for more information.

Assignments are:

LIONS: Peanut Butter and Jelly

TURTLES: Condiments (Ketchup, Mustard, Mayo, etc)

DOLPHINS: Canned Soup
HAWKS: Self Care Items (Toothpaste, Toothbrushes. Shampoo, Soap, Deodorant, etc)

WOLVES: Breakfast Items (Cereal, Grits, Oatmeal, Granola)

Library News

Thank you

Thank you to everyone who volunteered and shopped at the Book Fair! You made it a huge success!

Veterans Day Program

Thursday night, november 7th, our 4th graders will be presenting their Veterans Day program. All are welcome. There will be a brief PTA meeting prior to the program.

Spain Park Band Veterans Program November 5th at 6:30 pm

A huge thank you to representative Dickie Drake for the $3,000 grant that we can use for our school.

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Brick purchase deadline is extended to November 22nd!

Leave a Legacy Brick Promotion - purchase a brick to commemorate a special person or moment.
Brick options for purchase

MARK YOUR CALENDARS WITH THESE IMPORTANT DATES!

November 3rd - TIME CHANGE - Move your clocks back 1 hour!

November 4th - 15th - Oak Mountain Missions Food Drive

November 5th - 6th Day Creatures visits K

November 5th - Spain Park Band Veterans Program 6:30 pm

November 7th - 4th Grade Veterans Day Program 6:00 pm

November 8th - 4th Grade to Pell City Veterans Home

November 11th - School and Office closed for Veterans Day

November 13th - HOUSE meetings

November 14th - Turkey Trot Run in PE

November 14th - Thanksgiving Lunch

November 14th - Spirit Night at La Paz in Mt. Laurel

November 14th - Hoover Community Meeting - Metropolitan Church of God - 6:00 pm

November 15th - Kindergarten to Old Baker Farm

November 20th - School Spelling Bee

November 21st - PTA Board Meeting - 10:00 am

November 25th - 29th - School Closed for Thanksgiving Holidays

Thanksgiving lunch is Thursday, November 14th!

We invite our students' families to join us for Thanksgiving lunch on Thursday, November 14th. It will help our cafeteria staff plan if you would please let your child's teacher know how many guests will be attending. Also, please use your child's lunch account to pay for lunch because this will help speed up the process of going through the line.

To help with the crowd, we will be running a revised lunch schedule on this day. Please note any time difference below for your child's class.


Stewart & Goodwin - 10:30

Lamb & Cvacho - 10:40

Carns & Langer - 10:50

Whitten & Stacey - 11:00

Higginbotham - 11:10

Golden & Howard - 11:15

Kelley & Tow - 11:25

Pollard & Joseph - 11:35

Coston & K.Williams - 11:45

Rush & Ryan - 12:00

Roberson & A.Williams - 12:10

Greene & Moore - 12:20

Callans & Gilliland - 12:30

Digital Citizenship Parenting Tip

Click here for helping kids balance their media lives.
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HOUSE DAY is coming.... November 13th!

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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