On Thursday, Nov. 16, Greenfield School will hold its first Curriculum Night since the pandemic.
What exactly is Curriculum Night? It's an opportunity for teachers to showcase the learning materials students use in the classroom. Parents/caregivers attending Curriculum Night will visit classrooms and interact with different types of learning tools, such as textbooks and apps, that students use every day. Teachers will be on hand to provide an overview of how curriculum is utilized in the classroom and answer questions.
Curriculum Night will be structured somewhat like an open house. Scheduled from 4:30 - 6:30 pm, parents/caregivers can drop in for a short time and focus on curriculum for their student's age grouping: K-2, 3-5, and 6-8.
Kids are welcome to attend Curriculum Night with adults.
Note that Curriculum Night is NOT meant to function as a parent-teacher conference. Instead of being focused on individual students and their progress, this event is meant to focus on the curriculum itself and give adults insight into the learning process.
See you at Curriculum Night!