Greene Notes

October 20, 2017

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Welcome to the E.H. Greene Intermediate School Newsletter! We will share important information and highlight the great things our students and teachers are doing at our school. You can expect this in your inbox each week on Friday afternoons.

Attendance Line: (513) 686-1756


October 20 - Report Cards Distributed

October 26 - Book Fair Begins

October 26 - Parent Teacher Conferences (evening)

October 27 - No School for Students - Parent Teacher Conferences

November 2 - Parent Teacher Conferences (evening)

Computer Science Students Program Robot

Lost and Found

We will have tables set up near the front lobby during Conference Nights with lost and found items. This year we seem to have an increase in items that are lost and never found. After conferences, we will be donating all items that remain to a local charity.

PBIS for Parents - At home- Be Responsible

Who couldn’t use a little help around the house? Research indicates that children who have chores have higher self-esteem, are more responsible, and are better able to deal with frustration and delay gratification, all of which contribute to greater success in school. Chores are a great way to teach those life-skills they will need as adults. In addition to being responsible for their schoolwork and materials, 5th and 6th grade students can also be responsible for their own equipment or items needed for extracurricular activities.

A couple of tips for kids doing chores! 1. Don’t forget to teach your child HOW to do the task! “Go clean your room” isn’t going to work! Most kids will have no idea what that means or how to begin that task. You may have to do it with them the first couple of times. You may have to make them a list. 2. Giving them a reasonable deadline works well! “You need to have the dishes dried and put away, and the trash taken out before you go to bed tonight.”

Here are some suggestions for age-appropriate chores for all ages. Have a child who is reluctant to do chores? Here are some tips that might help you! You can tie completion of chores to a reward if you’d like, or just make it part of the expected family responsibilities. Either way, your child is going to learning valuable life lessons! Next week, we will look at how to “Be Safe” at home and in the community.

The Joseph-Beth Book Fair is Coming Soon to E.H. Greene


in the Greene School Media Center

We’re excited about our upcoming Book Fair. There will be hundreds of books available for the students to purchase. Prices will range from $2.99 to about $25.00, with the average price of a book being $6.00 or $7.00.

There will be something for all ages, so perhaps plan to get a head start on your holiday shopping. Teachers will also have Wish Lists if you choose to buy a gift for your child’s classroom.

The first day of the Fair is Thursday, October 26 beginning at 3:00 and the final day is Friday November 3 ending at 12:00. It will be open each weekday from 7:45 am -3 PM, and will also be open during ALL conferences times.

Your child will visit the Book Fair during their regularly scheduled Multimedia Exploration class. Those not in that class are encouraged to visit the book fair independently any time during the week by getting a pass from their teacher.

Conference time is an excellent time to come with your child to shop at our Book Fair. We will be open during the evening conferences on Thursday, October 26 and Thursday, November 2 until 8 PM. We will also be open on Conference Day, Friday, October 27. So . . . be sure to stop by the Media Center. We’ll be looking for you!

Additionally, we will be collecting loose change (or dollar bills) to help buy new books for the Operation Give Back library in Blue Ash. You can go to to learn more about that organization. There will be a jar at the Fair in which to donate your loose change (or dollar bills). Our goal is to donate $100 worth of new books to OGB.



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​The Aves Hangar Bookstore & Spirit Shop

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Aviation Station is coming to your neighborhood!

The Aviation Station will be rolling into your neighborhood to provide Homework Assistance, STEAM activities, and free wifi on the following days each week of the school year:

Mondays 4:00-6:00 p.m.: Fields Ertel Townhomes

Tuesdays 4:00-6:00 p.m.: Hazelwood Community Center

Wednesdays 4:00-6:00 p.m.: Sycamore Terrace

Thursdays 4:00-6:00 p.m.: Blue Ash Kohl’s parking lot (Plainfield & Hunt Roads)

If you would like your child to participate in this free service, please fill out the permission form and return it to your child’s school prior to the day of the Aviation Station visit in your community. For more information regarding the Aviation Station, please visit our website at

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PTO Membership and Directory

The Greene School Directory App will soon be ready. Specific instructions on how to access will be e-mailed to those families who have joined the PTO. If you have not yet done so, there is still time to join and receive the app. Click here to be directed to the PTO Membership webpage which gives instructions on how to join either electronically or with a paper form. Any questions about Membership or Directory, please contact Betsy Rinehart at or Wendy Andersen at

Greene School Activity Brochure

Is your child looking to get involved at the Greene School? Below is a link to our 2017-2018 Activity Brochure. You will find information on all of our clubs, including the dates they meet. Please tell your children to watch our video announcements for information on how and when to sign up.

2017-2018 Activity Brochure

Pictures for the Yearbook

Calling all parents! Those cell phones take great pictures! When you capture a moment at the Greene School that you are proud of, PLEASE email the picture in its ORIGINAL SIZE to

At the music program, kids having fund together, walk a thon, carnival…as long as it is Greene students, pass it on so we can fill our yearbook with some great photos! Don’t wait til the end of the year! Email your photos right away! THANK YOU!!