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Greenfield Middle School students thrive in a positive learning environment that blends Academics, Arts, and Athletics; GMS staff, parents, and community members work collaboratively to challenge and support Thunderbirds in their achievement, personal growth, and preparation for high school, college, and careers.
Greenfield team members build positive, respectful relationships with students and offer rigorous learning experiences, inspiring students to further investigate and develop goals related to their interests and passions. Students create theme-based, cross-curricular projects for authentic audiences to demonstrate their mastery of Learning Intentions.
District News and Annoucements
The San Diego Festival of Science & Engineering kicks off with its largest event EXPO DAY, a daylong celebration at PETCO Park on Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 10am to 5pm. EXPO DAY is the Festival's signature event, with more than 130 local businesses, corporations, and organizations providing interactive, hands-on science, technology, engineering and math exhibits and activities to budding K-12 science lovers.
To address the developmental needs of our youngest learners and their successful transition to school, the following daily schedule modifications will be implemented in the 2020/2021 school year.
"Protecting our taxpayers is the top priority of the District's Board of Trustees. We were able to reduce borrowing costs and pass the savings on to the taxpayers." - Superintendent, Dr. Miyashiro
Cajon Valley Union School District's Measure L will give us the financial tools to improve, upgrade, rehabilitate and expand our children's classrooms and make critical safety improvements to schools throughout the District WITH NO INCREASE IN CURRENT TAX RATES.
Cajon Valley Union School District will be partnering with El Cajon Police Department on the Handle With Care initiative that is making a difference in mental health throughout the United States.
When their friend was diagnosed with cancer, two El Cajon fifth-graders never imagined it would make her feel unwelcome at school. So the Vista Grande Elementary students decided to shave their heads in solidarity.