It is the mission of Greenbrier Middle School to empower students to be successful, productive leaders in society. We are devoted to an engaging and rigorous curriculum, to a safe and student-centered environment, and to innovative teaching and learning that is built on stakeholder collaboration to educate the whole child.
GMS Angel Tree has a lot of tags still remaining! Please stop by and grab a tag!!
Posted Date: 12/09/2019
We need your help! We have so many tags left. Please stop by the office and grab a tag and help make sure all of our local students are taken care of this Christmas season. We are so appreciative of . . .
We are so proud of our GMS students who participated in the first Unified Event in Special Olympics!
Posted Date: 12/06/2019
We are so proud of our GMS students who participated in the very first Unified Event in Special Olympics, bowling! Unified teams are comprised of athletes with and without disabilities and provides . . .
A huge THANK YOU to the Greenbrier Nazarene Church & New Life Church for the Thanksgiving blesssings
Posted Date: 11/29/2019
Greenbrier Nazarene Church and New Life Church provided Thanksgiving meals to so many of our students and families. What a blessing it is to be a part of such a caring, compassionate community. We . . .
GMS Stem classes create model levees to learn about the importance of water drainage during floods.
Posted Date: 11/22/2019
Students in STEM created a model levee to understand how water behaves, and will apply that knowledge to create an effective way to slow down the water to a desired drainage speed in order to keep . . .
Ms. Polk’s class used cup-stacking to practice algorithms and coding skills.
Posted Date: 11/19/2019
Ms. Polk’s class used cup-stacking to practice algorithms and coding skills. The students had to work together to complete unplugged coding activity using directional symbols to build pyramids using . . .
GMS shares the Sign Post Strategy with leaders from other districts!
Posted Date: 11/13/2019
Notice and Note is a professional resource that has been used by GMS staff members to help students grow in their reading comprehension. While used in several classrooms each day, today Mrs. Hopwood . . .