Superintendent of Schools
Dear Parents and Guardians:
The Greenburgh Eleven Union Free School District strives to offer programs to meet our diverse student needs. The district is the recipient of five New York State and Federal grants providing approximately $2.1 million dollars of additional funding for the district. These funds are used to support our students by enhancing the staff and material resources available at our schools.
In the High School, we are implementing Gradpoint a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness solution that helps align student strengths and interests to post secondary goals, improving student outcomes and connecting learning to life of students who need to work at an independent pace with the support of staff as they earn high school credits and work towards graduation.
At the Middle School, we have partnered with Scholastic to provide multiple intervention programs, such as Read 180, for our students. These programs provide students with the chance to redefine themselves as students and become engaged in learning.
The District Kindergarten through High School programs offer low student teacher ratio which allows students to receive personalized attention from adults.
At Greenburgh Eleven, we use Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) in creating a positive school environment conducive to learning. Throughout each school year the staff continuously reteach behavioral expectations in all settings to the students focused on respect, safety and responsibility. We expect our students to conduct themselves appropriately in all areas including arrival, dismissal, classroom, lunch and recess. We expect the behaviors to carry to the home, cottages and community.
We encourage parents and families to attend events throughout the year and to play an active role in their child’s education.
For more parent and family educational resources, go to engageny.org/parent-and-family-resources.