News & Events

List of 10 news stories.

  • A Different Way of Getting Our Theatre Fix!

    Written by Evan Edgell ‘24
    Typically, Greenwood would have a Grade 7-9 musical and a Grade 9-12 play but this year, we are doing an online play series. This means that every grade has their own play and teacher director.
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  • Celebrating the Arts with an Arts Afternoon

    Greenwood staff and students enjoyed a wonderful Arts Afternoon on Friday, January 8. Guest speaker Britta B. started the afternoon with powerful and inspiring poems and was followed by Arts sessions and the first Greenwood Mic of 2021.
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  • Teens and Coaching for Healthy Habits Online

    Over 45 parents enjoyed our Community Conversation session on Teens and Coaching for Healthy Habits Online on Wednesday, January 13.
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  • Virtual WinterGreen a Huge Success Thanks to Community Support

    The Roundtable’s WinterGreen Committee would like to extend a huge “thank you” and sense of gratitude to our Greenwood parents and alumni - WinterGreen 2020 was a huge success!
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  • Welcome to 2021!

    Students enjoyed fun activities during the first week back from the Winter Break. Special community-building initiatives were incorporated into their virtual learning schedule to help everyone reconnect with each other and start 2021 on a positive note.
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  • Cracking the Case

    Greenwood Business students had the opportunity to compete in a second-ever virtual Business Case Competition on Tuesday, December 8.
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  • Congrats to all DECA Participants!

    Written by Mr. Vachon, Subject Team Leader, Business
    Greenwood Business teachers would like to celebrate the efforts and successes of our DECA students in Grades 9 to 12.
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  • Focusing on Social Justice During Grade 8 Integration Week

    Greenwood’s Grade 8 students participated in our annual Integration Week from December 7-11. The theme of this year’s Integration Week was social justice. Teachers challenged students to consider three different lenses while completing their work: empathy, equity and perspective.
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  • The Formula to Writing a Compelling Story

    Written by Bella Clyde ‘21
    Lindsay Wong, a published Canadian author, visited the Grade 12 Writer’s Craft class as part of the introduction to their Fiction unit. Lindsay discussed her experience being a published author and led a story-development workshop.
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  • Winnie Yeung, author of Homes: A Refugee Story, Visits Grade 12 Writer’s Craft

    Written by Evelyn Rogan ‘21
    Critically acclaimed author Winnie Yeung visited our Grade 12 Writer’s Craft class on December 4. She shared the process of writing her first novel, Homes: A Refugee Story, and the importance of the book.
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