Save the date! On Wednesday, December 13 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Greeley will be hosting a shopping event at Vineyard Vines Old Orchard. Shop that evening and receive 10% off your purchase while your Greeley PTO receives 10% of all sales. As an added bonus, their new winter collection will be available along with some never-before-seen items. See you there!
Let me take a moment to introduce you to the newly elected Greeley Mascot the Red Panda.
Congratulations Red Panda on your victory! We all look forward to getting to know you better over the next four years.
The strings program is sponsored by the District. It is a parent-participation program that offers violin, cello or viola during school hours to students from 1st through 4th grade.
For more information, please contact Terese Parisoli at Tereseparisoli@winnetka36.org.
This Winnetka Before and After School Program is a fee-based, not-for-profit program, housed at Crow Island School, that emphasizes recreation activities and a chance to relax and complete homework.
An after school sports program is offered to 3rd and 4th grade boys and girls. This is an optional, one-day-a-week, fee-based program coordinated by Greeley’s K.W. instructor.
Cub Scouts are active at Greeley as Pack 20 for boys in grades 2-4.
Typically, dens of 6-9 scouts meet twice a month at the Den Mother’s house or at Greeley, except for one week of that month when they gather at Greeley as a Pack (all of the dens) in the evening with their parents.
For more information, please contact Clarissa Hawk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chess Wizards offers classes specifically designed for all levels of chess ability. Chess Wizards meets on Thursday afternoons in Greeley’s multi-purpose room. Parents are responsible for transportation home.
These are father/daughter programs for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade dads/daughters sponsored by the North Suburban YMCA of Northbrook.
Girl Scouts and Brownies are active at Greeley.
There are generally monthly meetings that involve the girls in a wide variety of activities. They participate in community service projects, and learn outdoor skills while earning badges in various areas.
For more information, please contact Karen York at email@example.com.
Girls on the Run is a non-profit prevention program that encourages preteen girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through running.
Our curricula address all aspects of girls’ development – their physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual well-being.
For more information, please contact Jen Lawless at firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents are responsible for transportation home.