Welcome to Greenway Elementary School!
"Learning is CORE to our SUCCESS"
Every child is capable of learning and has the potential to become a responsible, contributing adult member of society. Based upon this belief, it is the mission of Greenway Elementary to maintain a challenging curriculum with high expectations for all students to achieve their personal best, thus preparing them to develop into lifelong learners and problem solvers.
An effective instructional program that allows for optimal progress for each student regardless of developmental or cognitive level must support the aforementioned curriculum, and must be presented in a secure, comfortable, well-maintained and organized school environment where all members of the school community feel nurtured and welcomed.
Weekend Warrior Reading Program
The Weekend Warrior program has been a huge success! We are so proud of our students! There have 208 students crowned so far and a total of 40,000 battles won for Brilliance! That's 10,000 hours of reading! Keep up the fantastic work! WeekendWarriorform.PDF
Is your school supporting your involvement in your child’s education?
Don’t Miss Your Opportunity to Tell Us!
The Florida Department of Education is conducting a survey designed to provide the state with information on how well schools are supporting parents’ involvement in their child’s education. Under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), states must report this information it the federal government on annual basis. All Parents of children with disabilities and a current IEP in grades preschool to 12. (Note: this survey is not intended for parents of student in the gifted program with educational plans (EPs).
Go on line to www.esesurvey.com to complete the survey.
Survey Results are reported to the United States Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, as part of Florida’s Annual Performance Report and are posted on the Florida Department of Education’s website at www.fldoe.org/ese. Improvement activities are determined based on the survey report. Progress is monitored through the annual parent survey. No Names will be released in any report. All responses are confidential. The responses to the survey provide important information for planning and monitoring improvement activities. This survey, conducted once a year, provides parents with a unique opportunity to be heard.