Report to the Public 2014
Wooster Holds Math and Science Night
Wooster Elementary hosted "An Arithmaticn' Good Time Country Fair" theme for their annual math and science night. Activities included games and events focusing on a variety of math facts and skills as well as ecology concepts and animal care. The Greenbrier FFA participated in the event by bringing animals to a "petting zoo". Local sponsors were Justin & Jade Spotts, Wooster 1st Baptist Church, Kona Ice, Ms. Hall and High School art students, and Wooster PTO.
Greenbrier Teacher Named Finalist for Arkansas Teacher of the Year
Greenbrier School District, September 16, 2014
Congratulations to Lindsay Griffin for being named one of the top four state finalists for Arkansas Teacher of the Year (ATOY). Mrs. Griffin is in her 14th year as a teacher and is currently teaching 6th grade Literacy at Greenbrier Middle School. There were 15 regional state finalists recognized and the four state finalists will now compete to become the 2015 Arkansas Teacher of the Year. The selection committee will conduct site visits over the next few weeks and then recognize the winner at a surprise notification event. All 15 regional finalists received $1,000 and the ATOY will receive an additional $14,000.
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The mission of the Greenbrier School District is to educate all students in a safe environment. We will provide a challenging curriculum for each student that promotes higher level thinking skills and develops working skills in technology. We are committed to empowering our students to become life-long learners, to be accountable for their own learning, and to develop skills necessary to be a responsible citizen in an ever-changing world.