Educating the Whole Child.

      

@ GreenWood Charter School

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Come Join Us for Yearbook Club!

Yearbook Applications due February 8 - {Wednesdays}

GW is seeking hard working, creative students to help us preserve lasting memories for our student body creating this year's yearbook.

Yearbook Club Application

Library Book Recommendations?


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Help us build our library

Please click on the QR Code to make exciting, adventurous, hilarious, mysterious, epic book recommendations for all ages!  Everyone is welcome to make suggestions.

2024 GreenWood

Science Fair

Cultivating Curiosity:  Planting the Seeds for Tomorrow's Solutions

Carry 

Kindness 

Week

Feb 12-15


Please watch our Fox 13 Cool School Segment - aired January 24



Please Join Us for an 

amazing family night!


GreenWood After School Program - Jan 16 - Feb 23 (different for Ski/Snowboard) - Application Due Date: January 11, 2024

GW Art Club

Mrs. StewART will be hosting an art club from January 16th-Feb 20th On TUESDAYS from 3-4.  There will be 15-20 students selected.  You will be notified by Jan 12 if your student will be participating in Art Club.

CANCELLED - GW Ski and Snowboard Club

Ski and Snowboard club will start January 19th and go for six weeks or until the resorts close. We will meet at Nordic Valley Fridays from 3-5. kids 12 and under are free.13 and over are 40-45$ Must know how to ski or snowboard, no beginners. Coach D will chaperone but will NOT coach. This is just a meet-up. Must have own transportation and gear.  

GW Wrestling (non-competitive) Club

Mr. Sean is coaching our first year of GW Wrestling (Non-Competitive) Starts January 16th- Feb 21st Must have gym clothes for practice.  Wrestling Club will be on Mondays and Wednesdays.  

Mr. Sean has asked that you ensure your student has clean shorts and shirt to workout in, clean socks and running shoes. 

Please ensure you pick up your student promptly at 4pm.


GreenWood Charter School Reflections

ART CONTEST

GreenWood Reflections Art Contest

Entries Due January 18th at 3:30pm

I will have a box outside the art room.

Theme: Joy in our HEALTH VALUES!

(Healthy Habits, Environmental Stewardship, Achievement, Leadership, Thinking Creatively, and Honoring Diversity.)

Entries should have the students name, grade, & crew teacher legibly written on the back so that we can identify and return their work.

We will show off their work at Health Values Night on January 19th.

Spring 2023 "Change for Cessna"


Cessna: Peregrine Falcon

Cessna came to the Nature Center in May of 2013 from Justin Neighbors, an animal rehabilitator in Hurricane, Utah.  Former Board Treasurer, David Malone, flew Nature Center staff members to Southern Utah in his private plane, a Cessna, to pick up this falcon and our Barn Owl.  Nature Center staff and patrons named her after the aircraft that brought her here.  A permanent dislocation of her right elbow joint lead to a wing amputation making it impossible for her to fly and catch food.  In the wild, Peregrines eat pigeons and doves, waterfowl, songbirds, and waders.  Here at ONC, Cessna enjoys quail and chicken.   From the 1950s to the 1970s, peregrines became almost extinct due to DDT poisoning, hunting, and egg collection.  Once the use of DDT was restricted, peregrines bred in captivity and released to the wild were able to reproduce. The peregrine falcon was removed from the U.S.Endangered Species list in 1999.

Our school collected over $250 to sponsor Cessna at Ogden Nature Center.  This donation will help feed her for the next year.  Families can visit her at the Nature Center and see "GreenWood" as her sponsor.  

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