Greenbrier Eastside Elementary

Whatever It Takes!


  • Phonics with Ms. Dather

    🔦Ms. Dather’s second graders are learning about the trigraph igh! They were using flashlights to find pictures around the room that used igh in the spelling! After finding each picture they had to dictate the spelling in their phonics notebook!

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  • Jigsaw with Mrs. Daniels

    During PROWL this week, we are using strategies that both educational researchers, Marzano and Hattie, agree on. Mrs. Daniels and her PROWL group are seen here working on the jigsaw method. The jigsaw method involves reading a passage and then dividing up the reading to create experts of each section of the passage. Then, they come back together and share out the information they have learned.

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  • Vocabulary and Root instruction

    Mrs. Isom and Mrs. Langley were working on vocabulary and root instruction! These two components are essential in teaching the science of reading! #eeslegends #GreenbrierProud

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  • Pumpkin dissection!

    A note from Mrs. Berry: “We dissected a pumpkin today! We learned about all of the parts, discussed how it felt, tasted, and smelled, and even labeled our own pumpkin model! ”

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  • Fire Prevention Week

    Fire Prevention Week is always the second week of October. We learned the history of the Great Chicago Fire, how firefighters thought about fire safety after the tragedy, a unique meeting place for their family if their house were to catch fire, and exits out of their rooms. Our standards are to identify people & resources that promote health & safety and we want to thank the Conway Fire Department for letting Eastside PE use the equipment for our students to do the kids' firefighter challenge. #eeslegends #GreenbrierProud

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  • Student Legend of the Week

    Today was a busy day! Mrs. Whitney was selected as our staff legend of the week! She works in the face and voice of the office! She keeps everything working like a well-oiled machine! Our student legend of the week is Kole Gagnard! Kole is new to Greenbrier and has been an excellent addition to our school! We started the morning with Gracie's joke and celebrated kids from the PRIDE board!

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  • Legendary Limo Rides!

    Eastside’s legendary limo rides!! Ms. Edwards and Mrs. Barnett ‘drove’ some exceptional kiddos to lunch in the Eastside limo! One kid from each grade was chosen by their teachers for working hard, having a positive attitude and leading in the grade level! #eeslegends #GreenbrierProud

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  • Off to Paris

    OFF TO PARIS 5TH GRADE WENT!!!! Today students were HOOKED with croissants and cappuccino to build background knowledge for our new book, The Invention of Hugo Cabret. During the day students also went on a virtual tour of Paris and learned about the film maker, George Melies. They are now ready to begin reading our next extended text!! #eeslegends #GreenbrierProud

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  • Problem Solving Math Instruction

    Ms. Fletcher and her students had observers from Arch Ford! These teachers are learning how to teach cognitively guided instruction through math problem-solving strategies! Ms. Fletcher’s class enjoyed showing off their math skills!

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  • Legend of the Week

    Coach Wilcox has been chosen as our staff legend of the week! She creates engaging lessons and challenges that get everyone up and moving, students and staff! She is also the leader of the school's wellness team, where she facilitates physical and mental health challenges to keep staff at their best!

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  • Coffee Shop

    Mrs. Salazar's 3rd grade writers kicked off their first 5 paragraph essay of the year by visiting the coffee shop. Calm vibes and a cup of hot chocolate gave us the boost we needed as we outlined paragraphs and stretched sentences to add details!

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  •  Kindergarten Guru Night!

    KIndergarten Guru Night!

    We enjoyed having our kindergarten parents out last week for our second annual Guardian Guru night! Parents walked away with parenting tips from Dr Benish and the elementary principals. They also won a board game to play with their family. We appreciate Mojos and First Service Bank for providing the dinner! We enjoyed having the high school volunteers that provided child care!

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Parent FAQs

    • When is the school day?
      • School day begins at 7:50 a.m. and ends at 3:20 p.m. Car riders should not arrive before 7:25 a.m. Students arriving after 7:50 a.m. and before 8:30 a.m. or leaving between 2:40 to 3:20 p.m. will be considered tardy and must be signed in/out through the office by a parent/guardian. Students arriving after 8:30 a.m. or leaving before 2:40 p.m. will receive a 1⁄2 day absence.
    • When does my child have to be picked up?
      • Car riders must be picked up by 3:40 p.m. Parents/guardians should remain in their cars when picking up their children in the afternoon so that students may be more closely monitored unless a parent needs to speak to school staff. No one will be allowed to wait inside the building.
    • How many days of school can my child miss?
      • Students shall not be absent, as defined in this policy more than 8 days in grades K-5 in a semester. When a student has 4 days in grades K-5 absences, his/her parent, guardian, or person in loco parentis shall be notified that the student has missed half the allowable days for the semester. Notification may be by telephone.
      • Whenever a K-5 student exceeds 8 unexcused days in a semester, the District shall notify the prosecuting authority and the parent, guardian, or person in loco parentis shall be subject to a civil penalty as prescribed by law. A K-5 student with 8 unexcused days in a course in a semester shall not receive credit for that semester. If the student fails to receive credit for a sufficient number of courses and at the discretion of the principal after consultation with persons having knowledge of the circumstances of the absences, the student may be denied promotion. Excessive absences, however, shall not be a reason for expulsion or dismissal of a student.
    • Can I come eat lunch with my child?
      • Yes, we have an outside lunch area set up for parents to eat with students. You must sign in at the office with Ms. Whitney and she will call for your student. 
    • Can I bring cupcakes for my child’s birthday?
      • Unfortunately, you cannot bring cupcakes for your child’s birthday. If you would like to send a special snack, you are welcome to bring something from the approved snack list.
    • What should I do if I have a concern about my child?
      • We ask that you contact your child’s teacher first with any issues. If your child’s teacher is unable to resolve the issue they will direct you to the administrator.