August 29, 2022
Dear parents and guardians,
Welcome to Greenfield Bilingual School! The staff and I appreciate the opportunity to share your child’s educational experience with you. We look forward to a 2022-2023 school year full of learning. Last June, Greenfield School was recognized by the Wisconsin RtI Center and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction at the Silver level for our strong implementation of an equitable multi-tiered system of support for behavior, reading and math. Our school’s implementation efforts of this multi-tiered system have resulted in better outcomes for our students.
The school’s improvement plan for the upcoming school year is based on the importance of standards-aligned instruction in the areas of reading, writing, and math. We will also continue to develop steps to create a restorative culture within the school environment. Greenfield is a PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions Support) school. This means that we have school-wide expectations that include being safe, respectful, and responsible.
We want your child to have a wonderful experience at Greenfield Bilingual School. We look forward to collaborating with you, to ensure your child is properly prepared for school. Each month we will send out a newsletter/calendar explaining the month’s focus and scheduled activities. The teacher will also contact parents/guardians to keep you updated on any classroom scheduled events. Look for opportunities to volunteer in classrooms, support school fundraisers, attend monthly family events, and be an active member of the school’s parent group.
Mr. Adalberto Salas
Ways you can support the Greenfield Bilingual Community
The wonderful Greenfield staff and I feel privileged to be a part of this school family. We thank you for your support and look forward to welcoming you.
In order to achieve our goals, family members can support us in the following ways:
- Ensure your child is on time and ready for learning every day.
- Make sure your child completes the assigned tasks.
- Establish a routine for completing schoolwork. Give your child a quiet corner to read and regular time to do homework.
- Keep in touch with your child’s teacher via e-mail, telephone, notes, or letters.
- Attend school-wide events, classroom events, and conferences.
- Celebrate your child’s success, no matter how small it may seem. This will keep your child enthusiastic about learning and proud of their work.
You will receive a copy of our Family School Manual. Please discuss it with your child, sign the acknowledgment page, and return it to school. The Family Manual will provide you with useful information and should help answer questions about our school and important school district policies.
I also want to ask you to complete and submit to the school the Alternate Household Income Form. The information you provide in these forms affects the funding for our K-3 grade students.