Greenwood Elementary School

American Red Cross visited GES to provide training to 3rd through 5th-grade students.

Students learn how to spread kindness with The Ned Show.

Members of Greenwood Elementary faculty and staff volunteered their time on Friday, March 2nd to H.O.P.E. Ministries of Delmarva.  H.O.P.E. Ministries was birthed in the hearts of a few individuals back in 2014 to start a feeding center in Somerset County starting in the Princess Anne, MD community. H.O.P.E. stands for Helping Others Prepare for Eternity and their mission is to feed the hungry of Somerset County.

Responsible students serve as hostesses for events at GES!

Our Greenwood Elementary Administration-(left-right) Stephanie O'Hara, Ashley Walters, and Dot Bell-Jackson

GES students and their families attended McTeacher's Night at the Princess Anne McDonald's where faculty and staff served up food and fun!

 Greenwood Elementary's  McEducator Award recipient for the 2017-18 school year is Stephanie Sproul !

Teacher of the Year 2017-18 

Greenwood's Teacher of the Year Alexis Coleman.

American Red Cross visited GES to provide training to 3rd through 5th-grade students.

As part of the New Show, students were given a prize from Kenya to share with someone in the audience that they didn't know as an example of showing kindness to others. 

Students cheering for our Teacher of the Year!

Students cheering for our Teacher of the Year!

Greenwood Elementary faculty and staff had a blast coming to support and celebrate Alexis Coleman at the Teacher of the Year Gala.

Experimenting and having fun at the Science Assembly!

Mr. Weintraught learning the ropes! GES students and their families attended McTeacher's Night at the Princess Anne McDonald's where faculty and staff served up food and fun!

GES Buy One Get One Free Book Fair proves successful!

Students cheering for our Teacher of the Year!

Assistant Principals (left to right) Bell-Jackson and O'Hara enjoyed Sport Jersey Day for Red Ribbon week at GES

All of our GES Years of Service Award Recipients

Greenwood Elementary faculty and staff come to celebrate Alexis Coleman at the Teacher of the Year Gala.

GES Custodian and Bus Contractor Koly Ward has students helpers throughout the day to help create special bonds with students.

Bryan Collier dropped by GES to donate a signed copy of his newest book City Shapes. He is an American writer and illustrator known best for illustrating children's books. He won both the Coretta Scott King Award, as illustrator, and the Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Award for Uptown, the first book he both wrote and illustrated. He has won six King Awards as illustrator and he is a four-time Caldecott honor recipient.

Greenwood Elementary faculty and staff come to celebrate Alexis Coleman at the Teacher of the Year Gala.

The Ned Show visited Greenwood Elementary to teach kindness to students.

Greenwood's 5th Grade teachers enjoying the scenery after the MSEA Convention in Ocean City Maryland

Students made their own signs to cheer our Teacher of the Year, Alexis Coleman on her way.

Learning to be scientists with experiments at the Science Assembly.

Author Bryan Collier visits students and donates his new book City Shapes to Greenwood Elementary.

Director of Schools Tracie Bartemy congratulates Greenwood's Teacher of the Year Alexis Coleman as she heads to the TOY luncheon limo ride.

Greenwood Elementary's students and faculty cheering for our Teacher of the Year!

Matt de la Peña is visiting with student writing winners as they share their creations. The New York Times bestselling, Newbery Medal winning author of six young adult novels (including Mexican WhiteBoy, We Were Here and The Living) and four picture books (including Last Stop on Market Street and Love). 

The health of students is of the utmost importance at GES.

Greenwood Elementary's administration poses with the 2017-18 Teacher of the Year, Alexis Coleman. 

Greenwood Elementary teachers come to celebrate Alexis Coleman at the Teacher of the Year Gala.

Matt de la Peña is the New York Times bestselling, Newbery Medal winning author of six young adult novels (including Mexican WhiteBoy, We Were Here and The Living) and four picture books (including Last Stop on Market Street and Love). Here he is congratulating student writing winners. 

Miss Coleman's family helped her celebrate Teacher fo the Year when she was announced as the winner on  February 23rd.

One of our amazing 3rd grade teams!

Matt de la Peña visited Greenwood and Woodson students for our Author visit organized by Somerset County Public Schools. He the New York Times bestselling, Newbery Medal winning author of six young adult novels (including Mexican WhiteBoy, We Were Here and The Living) and four picture books (including Last Stop on Market Street and Love). 

Students create hallways of cheering and signs to show their support for Teacher of the Year, Alexis Coleman.

Our Assistant Principal, Mrs. Dot Bell-Jackson has the whole world in her hands!

GES is "Grabbing Their HATS and reading with a cat!" To celebrate Read Across America at GES, students and faculty were encouraged to wear their favorite hat with their uniforms on March 2nd.

Our creative 3rd Grade teacher Miss Flores makes team t-shirts designed to celebrate special school events! Here is "Students are 100 days Smarter" shirts to celebrate the 100th day of school!

There's always a student thinking about strategies here at GES!
You never know what these two are up to!

Greenwood's Administration helping to congratulate and celebrate our 2018 Teacher of the Year Alexis Coleman!

Kindness matters at GES!

Students learning how to utilize online resources at GES.

Gotta love these smiling faces! Miss Meddings, Mrs. Perry, and Miss Nicolas provide service with a smile at McTeacher's Night! 

Greenwood's Principal Ashley Walters spends time at the Gala celebrating Alexis Coleman as our Teacher of the Year.

5 Years of Service

Greenwood's Principal Ashley Walters escorts Alexis Coleman as our Teacher of the Year at the Gala.

Budding researchers are collaborating to teach others about what they have learned!

Greenwood Elementary's Teacher of the Year heading to her TOY Luncheon by Limo.

15 Years of Service

Greenwood Elementary faculty and staff celebrate with Alexis Coleman at the Teacher of the Year Gala.

Mrs. Wallace and Ms. Cullen are all smiles! GES students and their families attended McTeacher's Night at the Princess Anne McDonald's where faculty and staff served up food and fun!

Greenwood elementary celebrates Karen Horner's retirement. She will be greatly missed!

Greenwood Elementary colleagues developed a heartfelt video of Karen Horner's educational career for her retirement celebration. 

The Ladies Club that Miss Coleman leads after-school at GES helped to congratulate her on Teacher of the Year. 

GES students congratulating our Teacher of the Year Alexis Coleman

Retiree Karen Horner receiving a standing ovation in her honor from GES faculty and staff 

Greenwood Elementary's Principal Ashley Walters and Vice Principal Dorothy Bell-Jackson

Parents enjoyed Breakfast of Champions learning sessions at each grade level this quarter at Greenwood Elementary 

TOY luncheon to celebrate our GES 2018 Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year Gala 2017-18

Greenwood Elementary celebrates the retirement of Karen Horner

Fun at the Reading Carnival

Teacher of the Year 2017-18 

10 Years of Service

What a happy classroom to read in!

Learning with a fun Science Assembly!

Third-grade teachers Miss Finch and Miss Sandrock celebrate the 100th days of school at GES!

Administration at GES constantly provides perks for faculty and staff like this cozy yet tasty hot chocolate station!

Experimenting and having fun at the Science Assembly!

Students cheering for our Teacher of the Year!

GES students congratulating our Teacher of the Year, Alexis Coleman.

The school store is up and running and will be open every Monday and Wednesday morning!

Lots of celebration among students and faculty for Greenwood's Teacher of the Year, Alexis Coleman.