Reminder!
School will be in session on Thursday April 17, 2014
as a weather cancellation make-up day
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Teacher effectiveness takes center stage in 2014
Greenway and Nashwauk-Keewatin teachers lead the way
Greenway and Nashwauk-Keewatin School Districts continue leading the efforts in teacher effectiveness training by implementing the Marzano Model of Effective Instruction. Teachers, supported by union leadership, have embarked on this exciting journey originally prompted by a Minnesota legislative mandate regarding implementing a teaching evaluation system required by the 2014-2015 school year. This mandate has provided the impetus in bringing teacher teams together around a professional growth model rather than strictly evaluation. Teachers and administration have partnered together in trainings facilitated by Learning Sciences International based out of St. Cloud, Minnesota, as well as through professional learning community time on Wednesday early-out days. Teachers and staff have done the real work, developing growth plans and building momentum that regularly brings teacher teams together across both school districts, and now regionally to dialogue about best practices. A huge thank you to all our teachers for their leadership throughout this initiative. Throughout this effort, the direct impact will be continuous improvement in teaching and learning that will directly benefit the students of Greenway and Nashwauk-Keewatin school districts, and the IASC region.
 
 
 

  
 


 
 
Welcome to Greenway Schools!!

The Greenway Public Schools serve approximately 1,100 students Pre-K though Grade 12. The Greenway School District includes the communities of LaPrairie, Coleraine, Bovey, Taconite, Marble, Calumet, Pengilly, Trout Lake Township, Iron Range Township, Greenway Township, Lawrence Lake Township, and Nashwauk Township.

Through FY2012, Greenway operated four buildings: Marble School, Vandyke Elementary School, Connor-Jasper Middle School, and Greenway High School. Connor-Jasper Middle School was closed in June 2012 and students are now served in a K-12 Campus that includes Vandyke Elementary and Greenway High School. Early Childhood/Pre-K students continue to be served at Marble School.

The Mission of Greenway Public Schools is to provide a safe, educational environment which embraces diversity and equips learners with lifelong skills enabling them to succeed, to think independently, and to act respectfully when meeting the challenges of a changing society.


This mission will be accomplished by students families, staff, school board and the community working together to maintain high standards and quality programs.










 
 


Greenway Public Schools
Administrative Services
PO Box 170
201 Kate Street
Marble, MN 55764
218-247-7306
Fax: 218-245-6612

Greenway schools are a unique blend of communities, diverse in ethnic heritage, and fused with a rich tradition of excellence, pride, and spirit of unity.  Our mission is to provide a safe educational environment which embraces diversity and equips learners with lifelong skills enabling them to succeed, to think independently, and to act respectfully and responsibly while meeting the challenges of a changing society.
This mission will be accomplished by students, families, staff, school board, and the community, working together to maintain high standards and quality programs.


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