Longhouse

This week the Fourth Grade participated in a special program about the Longhouses of the Eastern Woodland Indians. Thank you to the PTA for sponsoring this program.

Third Grade Recorder Concert

On March 19th the Third Grade performed a recorder concert. The tunes included Mi Perro Loco, Shark CAGE, Starbeast, Take the A, B, C, or G Train, A Little Recorder Music, Ode to Joy, and Chi Chi Chihuahua.    

All enjoyed listening to tunes from Mozart  Beethoven, and Duke Ellington.

Thank you to Mrs. Ness and Mrs. Smith for producing such a wonderful program.

Second Grade Musical

On Wednesday, March 20, 2019 the Greenvale Second Graders performed Feeling Good: A Celebration of Health and Well-Being for their families. Tunes included Feelin’ Good!, The Body Boogie, The Food Pyramid, More Than a Muscle, The Exercise Tango, and Live Well!. Congratulations to all, especially our director, Mrs. Smith.

Family Fun Night

On Thursday night Greenvale families attended “Family Fun Night”, where they were invited to engage in a variety of fun activities. The event was sponsored by the PTA and the Greenvale staff.

All County Music Festival

2 Greenvale Musicians Represent Eastchester at County Music Festival


On March 2nd and 3rd 2 Greenvale fifth graders participated in the Westchester All County Orchestra and Band in their performance at SUNY Purchase.


Violinist Erika Lunenfeld and Drummer Harry Kanterman were selected by audition from among hundreds of competitors to play with other advanced musicians at this prestigious festival. After years of weekly lessons and practice, they spent another 7 hours of rehearsals in order to prepare for their impressive performances in the Band and Orchestra. Congratulations to both musicians on this impressive accomplishment!
Suzanne Greene, Music Teacher Anne Hutchinson and Greenvale.

Peter Lourie

This week the Greenvale students were treated to an incredible presentation by adventure writer Peter Lourie. Peter told the stories of some of his incredible journeys, including treasure hunting in Ecuador, exploring the Amazon, and canoeing the Hudson River. Students were riveted by his humorous and detailed presentations. Peter Lourie also shared some of his advice for young writers, including the need to PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE!!!!! Below, please find a copy of the order form if you would like to order one of Peter Lourie’s amazing books for your child.

Peter Lourie Book Order Form

From the Principal’s Desk

Today is March 8. Winter is beginning to wind down and we are looking forward to the arrival of spring. Our days at Greenvale continue to be busy and the children are actively involved in many new learning experiences.

On Tuesday the Greenvale students were treated to a performance of the “Arithmetickles” by the PTA Cultural Arts program. This math game show engaged the entire audience in problem solving. It also demonstrated the importance of careful listening. We had a great day.

Remember to turn your clocks ahead one hour on Saturday night!

Wishing you and your family a wonderful weekend,

Darrell Stinchcomb

Principal

News from Your Greenvale School Library and Information Center

www.Worldbookonline.com

This is the online encyclopedia that we utilize at GV. Your students are working with it in both 3rd and 2nd grades. To access it at home, go to the address above and enter the log in and password (both of which are the same): emhsny

Enjoy.

Nonfiction author Peter Lourie is coming to see the 3rd and 5th grades next week. Help your student get to know more about him by going to his website: www.peterlourie.com

From the Principal’s Desk

Dear Greenvale Families,

Today we celebrated the Fifth Grade class as they graduated from the DARE program. We hope that lessons learned in this program will help our students live happier, healthier lives. We are grateful for the support from the Eastchester Police Department and the Town of Eastchester that makes the program possible.

Today is also the first day of March. Although the weather outside may be “frightful”, we can take comfort from knowing that spring is right around the corner.

Wishing you a healthy and happy month,

Darrell Stinchcomb

Principal