Middle School Immunizations
If your child is 11, you will be receiving a letter from the nurse in the mail about getting immunizations for middle school. These shots can not be done until your child is 11. Once they turn 11, they will be sent a letter from our nurse. Any questions please reach out to Mrs. James, Mrs. Hvasta, or myself.
Greenwood Food Services Announcement!!ATTENTION GREENWOOD FAMILIES!!No Food Will Be Served In HTSD Cafeterias This YearGreenwood Parents Are Responsible for Student Breakfast, Lunch, and SnackImportant 9/25/2020 Message Regarding HTSD Food ServicesI - HTSD Food Distribution Is Free for Every Child 18 or UnderThrough December 31, 2020(Or when the federal grant money is depleted)Wednesday Food Distribution4:00 - 6:00 p.m.Library Door 4Bring Student Lunch CardII - No Breakfast Program at Greenwood This School YearBreakfast meals must be served at homeWednesday Food Distribution4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.Greenwood Library Door 4Bring Student Lunch CardIII - No Lunch Meals Provided at Greenwood This YearLunch must be sent in with Greenwood Students dailyParents must pack a cold lunch for their child every dayGreenwood will not heat up mealsBring a refillable water bottle dailyNo food will be available in school cafeteria this year for Greenwood StudentsWednesday Food DistributionGreenwood Library Door 44:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.Bring Student Lunch CardIV - Lunch Applications Must Be Completed by Greenwood Families As DesiredParents must submit 2020-2021 applications by the week of October 12, 2020 to be recertifiedEven though food is free through December, the application is required to be recertifiedThis application determines federal funding and programs for GreenwoodHow to Register for Payschool (on-line lunch application)Below you will find the videos on how to register for PaySchools before logging in to complete the lunch application.V - No Lunch Period Will Be Provided on Half DaysWhen students are dismissed at 1:15 p.m., there will be NO lunch periodParents may send a snack in with their child on early dismissal daysHTSD will not provide snacks on 1:15 p.m. pick-up daysNOTE:1:15 p.m. Greenwood Dismissal DaysNovember 25, 2020December 1 - 4 and 23, 2020February 4 - 5, 2021June 15 - 17, 2021
Math Google Meet Link -https://meet.google.com/lookup/eetmuuv55v
Math Google Classroom Code – dal7mtk
Social Studies Google Meet Link -https://meet.google.com/lookup/hekh2ziddt
Social Studies Google Classroom Code – 7qbwr3f
ClassDojo 5N Parent Code 2020-2021 - PX2V2QDC5
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About The Teacher
NAME: Mr. Natriello
SCHOOL: Greenwood Elementary
CLASS: 5th Grade
SCHOOL PHONE: (609) - 631 - 4151
About Mr. Nat
Hello parents and students! My name is Mr. Nicholas Natriello.
I am very excited for the 2020-2021 school year
at Greenwood Elementary. I want to give you some background
information about myself. I graduated from Conwell-Egan High School in 2003 and DeSales
University in 2007. This is my 14th year of teaching elementary school. Sports and fitness continue to be a big part of my life.
I have played baseball, basketball, soccer, ice hockey,
track, and golf. I enjoy running and I have completed
two Half-Marathons. I also love
to try new food, watch movies, cheer for my favorite sports teams,
listen to music, and exercise on a daily basis.
My favorite subject when I was in school was
Math, but I also really enjoyed Social Studies.
I have a son named Anthony, who just turned two on May 13. Finally, I have a great passion for teaching.
I believe that all children can learn. I am going to try my best
to make this year as fun and enjoyable as possible. Go Greenwood!!
Mission For The Class
I expect my students to give their best effort
at all times. These 5th graders will respect one
another and all of the members of Greenwood Elementary. My students should come to
school prepared, focused, and ready to learn. I want my students to grow not only
academically, but as young adults. They should mature throughout the year. They
will be retaining new academic concepts as well as fine tuning old ones. I believe that all of my students can
succeed in school and in life. I want to be a good role model for them
so that when they leave Greenwood, they will be ready for Middle School and
to serve as a positive influence in society.