Art Studio is an after school art enrichment program for 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students. The students apply for this program in September of each year. 24 students are selected for the group. The students meet on Mondays after school for one hour to explore different art techniques and media. Students have the opportunity to try new assignments and enter competitions. All Art Studio students participate in the annual Art Fair by working at the Art Booths. Students also earn funds for art projects by having themselves "adopted" by a staff member each year. During the year the students will make special art gifts for the staff member that adopted them. In spring the group takes a trip to Artist and Display (art store) and visits a location to do sketch work. We celebrate the end of the year with our ice cream sculpture party!
Welcome to the Greenfield Middle School Battle of the Books page!
Battle of the Books meets during the lunch hours on Tuesdays in Mrs. Goodger’s room (132). Anyone is invited to participate! Team members will read from a list of 20 books, write questions about the books, quiz each other on the books and their authors/titles, and get to know each other.
The final competition, sponsored by WEMTA, occurs during the last week of February. Students selected for the final team (4 competitors and 2 alternates) gather to take the online battle together. Schools across the state participate in the battle and results are typically posted the week after the battle.
For more information, please visit Mrs. Goodger’s website.
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The Bachelor King
Practices for Cast & Crew are Thursdays from 2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Dress Rehearsals: April 13th, 14th, & 15th
@ GHS auditorium
Times: 3:30- 5:30pm
Show Time: Thursday, April 16, 2015
@ GHS auditorium
Middle Level Forensics Association (click here to go to the Wisconsin Middle Level Forensics Association webpage)
Forensics is an after school extracurricular activity that is open to all students in grades 6-8. It is a public speaking competition in 18 different categories ranging from poetry to persuasive oratory, from acting to news reporting. The students learn to communicate with confidence, poise, and effective delivery.More
The students compete in meets and are scored by judges. Then they receive ribbons and trophies for their hard work. Practices begin in December. Meets are typically held on Saturdays throughout February and March. Students that earn a certain score are invited to the State Forensics Meet that is held at the end of March/Beginning of April.
Students in jazz will learn various styles including swing, rock, Latin, plus others. Jazz Ensemble meets outside of regular school hours and is comprised of saxophones, trumpets, trombones, electric keyboards, electric bass, electric guitar, and percussion. Jazz usually meets before school one day a week.
Visit Mrs. May's Website for more information.
National Junior Honor Society is a national organization which recognizes the outstanding achievements made by the middle school students. Membership is based on excellence in five areas: leadership, service, citizenship, scholarship and character. Students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.50. The group participated in many community service projects and activities throughout the school year. Students must apply for membership, providing evidence that they meet the criteria stated above.More Yearbook is an after school activity that creates, organizes, and sells the yearbook that is full of memories of the current year.
The activity is open to all boys and girls in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. This activity begins in September and ends with the sale of the yearbooks in Spring.