Take a look at some of the amazing activities that students at GFW Elementary are doing with hands-on learning in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) in Amy TenEyck's classroom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTL3GDh4jr8
GFW staff participated in a session to explore priorities for a 21st century school and modern educational strategies. The presentation included information on the book "The Third Teacher," which details how the educational environment is an important part of a child's learning along with adults and peers. We have a great team! There are parent and community focused sessions coming up, be sure to sign up! https://www.gfwschools.org/page/getinvolved
Students at GFW Elementary celebrated their love of books by dressing up as their favorite book characters!
Thanks to those who joined as at the first parent session last night to set the priorities for our district! Be sure to sign up for an upcoming parent, community, or Spanish language session at the link below. https://www.gfwschools.org/page/getinvolved
Students at GFW Elementary officially kicked off Celebrate Reading! Month with an assembly called "Kids Who Read R Cool" with a special presentation from presenter Brian Richards of 4 Ace Productions!
Friday, February 3 will be an early release day for students.
Welcome to the new GFW Public Schools website! Are you looking for upcoming lunch menus? Click the Menu at the top of the page and select Dining for a daily breakdown of what's for lunch. You can also download PDFs for upcoming months in the bottom section of the page!
GFW Elementary celebrated our talented and dedicated paraprofessionals this week. Thank you all for your hard work!
Sixth grade students at GFW Middle School have been exercising their STEM skills with a robotics competition. Here's one of the classes first place teams celebrating their victory!
First graders at GFW Elementary used Wikki Stix to build their spelling words last week.
It's great to see students and staff together working on so many wonderful educational goals! Here's a glimpse at life at GFW Elementary School today.
The students at GFW Public Schools and Sibley East have been working incredibly hard on a One Act Play called "Not So Grimm Tales" that they will be taking to the MSHSL One Act Play Competition in a few weeks. We're giving the public a sneak preview on January 21, so come on down and support these amazingly talented students! Entertainment begins at 5:30 p.m., and a delicious dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets for dinner theater are $25, and tickets for only the show are $10. They'll be on sale in the Winthrop High School office starting next week, and seats for dinner will be VERY limited... so get yours soon!
GFW Community Education is partnering with Generations Home Care Services to provide an interactive session on the value caregiving and resources available. To register, contact Tonia Schiro at 507.207.2236
Career Seminar students got to work with the new zSpace augmented reality technology today to explore a variety of subjects including engines and animals!