Bruins! Are you planning on surprising your Bibbity Bobbity Boo for Prom? Well then record it & join the Once Upon a Promposal Competition! Your video must be submitted to twitter @AlldayAllred or Instagram @Chrysilea by March 29th at 3 P.M. Your full name must be in the caption and all school rules still apply. Don't miss out!
Community Hours Deadline
Seniors! Community hours deadline is May 24th. Please don't hesitate to turn in your hours to Mrs. Aguirre in the library.
- Chalone Peaks: April 6th from 2 P.M. to 4 P.M.
- Spring Carnival: April 13th from 12 P.M. to 4 P.M. at the Greenfield, Community Center
- San Ardo Elementary: April 30th from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. see Mrs. Aguirre in library for sign in sheets for all activities.
- ETS will be having a Senior Conference Field Trip for ETS seniors on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Please pick up your permission slip at the ETS office or check your email. Deadline is Thursday, March 28th.
Seniors don't forget on Tuesday, March 26th GEAR UP will be having a workshop for you and your parents on how to understand a financial aid award letter.
Looking for something fun to do this Spring Break?
Join the Greenfield Science Workshop on its annual winter camping trip go play in the show, learn how to sled and snowboard, take part in epic snowball fights, or just chill next to a giant bonfire. Sign up at the Greenfield Science Workshop main building. All high schoolers are welcome. Limited spots available! Thank you!
AP students don't forget that the deadline to pay for your exam is approaching. Each exam will be $15. Come see Ms. Rodriguez for any questions.
Congratulations to the Greenfield Robotics Club for winning the 2019 Judges Award at the Monterey Bay 1st Robotics Regional and for nearly making it to the world championship in Houston! Greenfield Robotic is the best!
Caps & Gowns
Seniors this is the final week to order caps & gowns.
There will be a meeting Tuesday, March 26th during lunch in room 601. We will discuss the food fair.
John Steinbeck Writing Award
Dear Greenfield High School Juniors and Seniors,
Who will be the first student to win the John Steinbeck Writing Award and $750 prize? Second place is $500 prize and the third place winner $350 prize. Put your pen to paper and get your ideas formulated to write on the topic why read John Steinbeck! The National Steinbeck Center is waiting to read your ideas ABOUT THE RELEVANCE OF READING STEINBECK TODAY! Essays are due on March 29th. Please contact Mrs. Meyer if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Juniors are you ready for senior year? Are you feeling lost? GEAR UP got you! Join us for a Junior Timeline workshop Wednesday, March 27th after school in room 205. Stop by the GEAR UP office if you have any questions.
Congratulations to the months PBIS winners: Xavier Leon, Juan Picasso, Jonathan Toledo, Jorge Rojas, Sema Alwasheem, Jazman Medrano, Audryana Sarah Ramirez, Jordan Fitzpatrick, Jonathan Garcia & Stephanie Aguayo. Please come to the office at lunch to collect your prize.
This month's "Classified Champion" is a true Bruin. This person shows dedication to Greenfield High students and staff every single day. This person has a huge number of responsibilities and always manages to stay on top of everything. This school would not run as smoothly without their presence and support. This person positivity and does their job always with a smile. Due to their supportive nature and positivity this months Classified Champion Award goes to Ms. Lucia Ruiz-Castillo.
This month's "Tireless Teacher" exemplifies Bruin Pride because of the energy that they bring to Greenfield High School. Students have described this teacher as supportive, prepared, and inspiring. This teacher goes out of their way to support students and staff in a variety of ways. This teacher always goes the extra mile to make sure that the students are engaged and learning and is truly doing the work to inspire students to achieve great things. To quote a student, this person is my favorite teacher and they deserve a big present! Due to their energetic personality, hard work, and commitment to GHS students, this month's Tireless Teacher goes to Ms. Cisneros.
Greenfield League of Champions
Don't forget to support the Greenfield League of Champions at room 303 where 10 teams face off to have the right to call themselves champions.