• Parent Survey 2017

    Each spring the District sends out a parent survey to gather important feedback.  This feedback helps us determine ways the School District of Greenfield can continue to better serve our students, parents and the Greenfield Community. This data is important to us and we value your input, so please take ten minutes to respond to the survey questions provided in the link below.


    A new piece to the survey this year are questions designed to collect data about the placement of Spring Break in the school calendar beginning with the 2018-19 school year.  There is interest throughout the school districts in the area to see if a common Spring Break week could be identified.  At this juncture there have not been any decisions made, we are simply collecting data from our teaching staff and from our parents to share with our neighboring districts.


    Here is the link to the survey: Parent Survey 2017


     The survey will be open until Tuesday, May 30th.  If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact Ellen Oates at or 855-2031.  

    Thank you in advance for your time in taking the 2016-17 School District of Greenfield Parent Survey.

    Lisa Elliott, Superintendent


Parent University Spring 2017
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    Parent University is back for Spring 2017

    Check out the new catalog of FREE courses & workshops for parents.  The goal of this program is to connect parents to resources and 

    information regarding ways in which they can support and guide the learning of their children.  Click here to register!

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Continuous Growth Plan 2015-16

Goal 1: We will have a collective staff ownership of learning for all students in reading workshop.

Goal 2: We will build our understanding of why and how mathematical practices have changed.

Goal 3: We will grow opportunities for teachers to actively engage in reflective and supportive conversations about learning, student growth, and professional growth.


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About Elm Dale

Elm Dale School was built in 1993 and is a part of the School District of Greenfield. The Elm Dale staff serves a student body of approximately 520 students.


The staff members of Elm Dale School, along with students, parents, and community members, work collaboratively to educate and further develop children's academics, creativity, and social, emotional, and behavioral realms. Staff and children work together as a team while growing as individuals to become lifelong learners and make a positive impact on the community.

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Student Bus Report Form

Click on the link below and print out and send with your child to school.

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