Before & After School Programs
Outside the Classroom
Greenwood Elementary has a variety of before and after school activities available for all types of interests and family needs.
Challenging Kids' Minds
DI is a volunteer-led nonprofit organization whose purpose is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Parent volunteer-managed teams of 3-7 kids work together to solve standards-based challenges in STEM, Improv, Visual Arts, Service Learning and Early Learning.
DI usually takes place in the Spring Semester. Keep a lookout for information about this year's DI in the Greenwood Grizzly.
Learn & Compete
Provided by the Summit School of Chess and available for all levels of learners. Classes will be led by National Chess Master Jesse Cohen.
Due to the COVID Pandemic, Chess Club will be conducted via Zoom in 2020 and will run in several successive four - five week programs for youth of all ages and skill levels. Link below.
Need your kids to run off a little energy after school? Want to encourage healthy exercise habits? Or maybe your kiddo wants to prepare for our annual Fun Run? Running club may be their their answer.
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions, Greenwood's Running Club will not be available in the fall of 2020, but be on the lookout for an email about a potential spring running club in January 2021.
An extension of the school's physical education program, intramurals provides a fun after-school activity that aims to get kids moving, having fun and being active.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Intramurals are currently on hold. Stay tuned with the link below.
Before and After School Care
Battle of the Books
Spread the Love of Reading
Battle of the Books Literacy Club will return to Greenwood for 4th and 5th grade students.
The Battle of the Books Literacy Club is designed to encourage elementary students to: ● Read quality literature. ● Read in their leisure time. ● Read for information as well as pleasure.
Students work collaboratively over the course of 10 study sessions to discuss the books and respond to questions about plot, characters, setting and theme. At the end of the 10 sessions, student teams will compete against one another at our school-wide Battle of the Books competition.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will not be a Battle of the Books competition this year. But students are encouraged to read the books included on this year's list and discuss with their family and friends.
Click on the link below for the 2020/2021 reading list and information about how to check out the books from Arapahoe Libraries.