Janurary 4th, 2021
Food Pantry resumes this THURSDAY at 3pm.
Lunch every Tuesday and Thursday!
Message from Mrs. Whitten
I do not have any new information about when we will reopen, but promise to send updates as soon as I have them.
Reading Challenge! See Details Below!
Parent Advisory Board: As I begin my second year at Greenway, I would like to begin a parent advisory group. Members would meet monthly with me to review our school goals, give input on a variety of issues. I would like to group to be representative of our diverse community. If you are interested, please email me at email@example.com
Please come to our PTO meeting WEDNESDAY, January 13th at 6pm. Link will be sent separately!
January 18th Schools Closed Martin Luther King, Jr Day
January 20th is a Wednesday but regular sychronous school day
Greenway Readers are you ready...because doing the heart work of reading helps us build empathy!
We are launching a reading challenge for the month of January. Teachers will show a video the first week we are back. Students are challenged to read at least 2 hours a week, and submit a weekly total.
- Independent reading
- Reading to a pet or sibling
- Having a sibling or family member read to the student
- listening to a story online (MyOn or from the library)
Can Parents and Teachers Participate?
YES!! Parents are the best models for reading at home. Track your minutes as well and email us on January 31st. Incentives for parents and teachers as well! If you want a log to keep track, make a copy of this. Email Gabby at the end of the month with your total. Winning parent gets a prize!!
Who is motivated?
Students in the class with the highest total will each get a new book!
For every 1000 hours students read, an anonymous donor will make a donation from Greenway students for the cost of one of these amazing bikes that change lives for people around the world through WorldBicycleRelief...more on this in our assembly!
Happy New Year! CAFE is back and ready to start Live Wednesday Classes! Below you will find the class schedule and course offerings for this term. This Wednesday (1/6/21) the Live CAFE Class sign up form will be sent to everyone who is registered for CAFE. If you would like to receive the class sign up form please fill out the CAFE registration form below.
¡Feliz año nuevo! ¡CAFE está de regreso y listo para comenzar las clases en vivo de los miércoles! A continuación encontrará el horario de clases y las ofertas de cursos para este trimestre. Este miércoles (6/1/21) se enviará el formulario de inscripción para la clase Live CAFE a todos los que estén registrados en CAFE. Si desea recibir el formulario de inscripción a la clase, complete el formulario de inscripción de CAFE a continuación.
CAFE registration form in EnglishFormulario de registro CAFE in Spanish
2nd Annual Walk + Roll Art Contest.
Greenway Library To Go
We have moved our Book Bus hours to facilitate non instruction Wednesdays!
The book bus will now run on Wednesdays 11 am-1pm.
That means we need to move evening curbside check out at Greenway to
Tuesdays: 4 pm to 6pm
and still keep the same lunch curbside time-
Fridays: 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.
We will be distributing "book bundles" for k/1, 2/3 and 4/5, since students cannot peruse an actual library. Greenway also has 2 ways to get specific books into your hands. You can request to put a book on hold here:
If you need help, this is a tutorial on how to place a book hold:
Marathon Kids 2020/2021
Beaverton School District
Beaverton School District is excited to announce its partnership with Marathon Kids; a running club that will be available to your student THIS WEEK!
What is Marathon Kids?
An all inclusive running club
Students track miles run to earn Marathons
Rewards are available for students when they hit different mile markers
Marathon Kids mission is to get kids moving, one lap at a time, at the pace they choose. Walk, run, jog those laps until they have earned the goals they have set for themselves.
Why Marathon Kids?
We all know how much exercise and movement is important for not only our physical health but also our mental health. Research shows that incorporating consistent running/walking routines into students' lives, helps them both physically and mentally. No matter the students ability, they can run/walk/jog at their own pace and set their own mileage goals. This is the perfect activity for students and families to do safely and socially distanced from others, in the time frame that fits each family's schedule.
How will this work during CDL?
Students will run/walk/jog and track their own miles at home with their families. Parents will then submit the miles completed on the Marathon Kids website. Miles will then be approved by the student’s PE teacher- Mrs. Whitehead.
In order to have access, parents will receive an email to join the schools Marathon Kids Club. Be sure to click on the link in the email to get connected!
When does it start?
As soon as you receive your email and you are logged in, you can start running and tracking your students miles! Be on the lookout for an email from Marathon Kids to get connected.
Any questions or concerns, please email Mrs. Whitehead at Celia_Whitehead@beaverton.k12.or.us