Wooster Elementary Medieval Fair
Wooster Elementary - April 18, 2013
Fourth grade students and teachers at Wooster Elementary participated in the Arkansas Medieval Fair on Monday, April 15th. The students and teachers were able to learn about and participate in various medieval customs as an introduction to their unit in literacy. Some of the activities included calligraphy writing, understanding the role of a knight, samples of armor and jousting, weaving, food and diet, and needle work.
GHS Students Compete at FBLA State Conference
Greenbrier High School - April 11, 2013
Congratulations to the following students for placing at the FBLA State Conference in Little Rock on Tuesday.
The GHS Chapter also won 1st place for the Battle of the Chapters for the State of Arkansas. Congratulations to Ethan Edwards, Kenneth Meazell & Sarah Thompson.
Congratulations to Greenbrier DI Teams
April 10, 2013 - Greenbrier Public Schools
The Destination ImagiNation State Competition was held Saturday, April 6, at Benton School District with 84 teams from Arkansas participating. Thirteen Greenbrier teams represented the district very well! Eleven Greenbrier teams placed in the top 4 in their division at the state competition. Congratulations to all our DI teams for an outstanding year in DI and thanks to all the Team Managers and Appraisers who volunteered their time to make this happen for the students!
Congratulations are in order for the following teams who will represent Greenbrier Schools and Arkansas DI at Destination ImagiNation Global Finals to be held May 21-25 at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Junior High Students Compete in Regional History Bee
April 9, 2013 - Greenbrier Junior High School
Greenbrier Junior High School students Marie Gray, Ryan Leggitt, and Jackson Williams made the top ten at the Regional History Bee in Memphis, Tennessee which qualifies them for the National History Bee in Atlanta, Georgia. Ryan Leggitt finished 2nd place overall. Congratulations to these students!
Greenbrier High School ranked as one of the best high schools in Arkansas by U.S. News and World Report.
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