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School Kits for Sale through School Tool Box

We have partnered with School Tool Box to offer school supply kits for students for the 2021/2022 school year. They are on sale now!  Kits are mailed directly to you. Pricing is on the flyer which can be found on the meeting minutes page (Related side note: We are looking for a volunteer to take it over the website upkeep this year).

*Please allow 10 days for processing your school kit order.


2021/2022 School Supply Lists

May be an image of text that says 'Kindergarten regular crayons, Greenwood Elementary School 2021 -2022 SUPPLY LIST First Grade crayons, Second Grade composition books, primary style various colors 1headphone, harpeners) Pencils punched olders with pencil Pencils ip computer colors Third Grade view blunt binder regular rayons, sharpeners) Fourth Grade scissors view books, Grade clear pockets purple erasers highlighters pockets various purple wide highlighters, various three- pencil boxof Pencils blunt whiteboard, dry subject, wide rule notebook of list pencil binder blunt scissors tip school lunch type accept Hand Sanitizer Dry Erase Markers zippered Liquid Soap plastic bags, quart, ippered Tissues Plates gallon, zippered Paper Towels Disinfectant Wipes'

- 3 regular composition books
- EITHER glue sticks or purple glue sticks
- JUST assorted highlighters


Thank you to all of our parents and volunteers! We made it through a completely unprecedented year. We will begin planning for next year starting in July. Check back for updates!

Have a great summer!!!


Popsicle Parade

All are welcome to help celebrate the end of the school year with a sweet treat courtesy of the PTA. On Wednesday, June 9th from 12:30-1:00pm we will be handing out free popsicles to all students driving through the Greenwood bus loop. Come celebrate the start of summer with us!!


MCPS Long-Range Plan Addresses Student Math Performance: 

Nationally, the COVID-19 pandemic has had the greatest impact on mathematics performance than any other content area. Intentional adjustments were made to the content and pacing of curriculum to adapt to the virtual schedule and to address unlearned content from the beginning of the pandemic. MCPS has developed a long-range plan to address this. More information is available below.

Mathematics - 2.5 Year Mitigation of Learning Disruptions - Recovery Plan Overview

Mathematics - 2.5 Year Mitigation of Learning Disruptions - Recovery Plan

Over the course of the past school year, parts of the Eureka Math Curriculum were eliminated to meet the needs of the unique school schedule the county adopted this past school year. The link below provides information related to the portions of the Eureka Math Curriculum that was eliminated this past school year:


Elementary Math 2020-2021 Compressed and Omitted Content

During this past year MCPS has had to remove and/or compact curriculum content in various courses including math. Due in part to the virtual environment and in part due to the reduced schedule, ie no new content on Wednesdays. MCPS now needs to re-incorporate content that was removed and re-solidify contact that was compacted in many courses. The suggested recovery time for this information is 2.5 years.

MCPS has provided an overview of content by grade level/course that was compressed or omitted for the 2020-2021 school year. Compression means that instruction was minimized to allow for exposure, but not instructed with the depth of understanding the standard demands. 

Elementary Math 2020-2021: Compressed & Omitted Content (


MCPS Virtual Academy Application Process Now Open: 

For the 2021-2022 school year, MCPS students will return to traditional in-person learning five days a week. However, MCPS is also offering a Virtual Academy this fall that will provide a full-time virtual learning program for students in kindergarten to Grade 12. Students interested in the program are required to apply for admission and must be approved to participate. For the 2021-2022 school year, the program will serve students with qualifying extenuating circumstances.

Parents/guardians can submit an application between June 2-July 2 by:

  • Applying on ParentVUE (coming soon).

  • Dropping off a paper application and supporting documentation at the summer school office, located in Room 110 at Carver Educational Services Center, 850 Hungerford Dr. in Rockville, between 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.

  • Emailing the application form and supporting documentation to

  • Calling the Community Hotline at 240-740-7020 (choose option 3)  between 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Friday.

For more information and to complete an application, visit the Virtual Academy website:


Compensatory Education for Missed IEP Services During Covid Webinar - 4/28

Has your child with disabilities regressed or did not receive all the services on their IEP this year in virtual learning? 

Please join the MCCPTA Special Education Committee as we host an important and timely webinar with education attorney, Nicole Joseph who will discuss options on how to get what your child needs to recover from learning loss during the pandemic. 


Spirit Wear for Future Rosa Parks MS students

Rosa Parks Middle School PTA really wants to welcome your 5th graders to RPMS and have them start feeling like a part of our community!  In an effort to help get them (hopefully) excited about going to a new school, we would like to share our spirit wear link with you.  Shipping is free and we are excited for a more traditional school year next year.
Here is the link to the electronic version of the flyer.

MCPS Ventilation Report

Staff from the Division of Maintenance and Operations is currently in the process of upgrading the air filters in the mechanical systems of all MCPS schools. This ongoing project also includes installing air cleaners in the facilities that have HVAC systems that require supplemental measures for air ventilation.

According to the chart provided Greenwood is⧫⧫⧫ = Schools with recently replaced systems that have enhanced ventilation (limited spaces require air cleaners)

These schools have varying HVAC systems but generally have systems that can achieve ventilation and filter modifications to meet indoor air quality recommendations. Most of these systems have DOAS equipment and/or classroom units that achieve higher levels of ventilation air, and at rates that meet current recommendations. The schools in this category without DOAS equipment have classroom units that can modulate higher levels of ventilation airflow directly within the classroom HVAC unit and then ultimately mixed and distributed with filtered classroom air. Much of this work will not be visible, but we have have limited spaces with individual air cleaners.




Join the PTA today!!

Join the PTA through Memberhub and stay connected throughout the year.

  • GET CONNECTED! There is no better way to know what’s happening at school.
  • TAP INTO A NETWORK! PTA connects you to other parents & teachers through meetings, events, & communications, helping to build a sense of community.
  • IMPLEMENT IMPROVEMENTS! By getting involved in the PTA you’ll help to make positive changes.

One membership is only $10 and each subsequent membership for someone in your household is an additional $5. Join now by going here.


Our PTA has started using an online communication tool called to bring you into our school community and keep you informed and engaged with what is happening. Within our MemberHub site, you will find our e-store, newsletters, signup sheets, shared calendar events, files, photos, reminders, and much more all in one place!

With MemberHub you can:

  • Join the PTA by clicking here
  • When you join the PTA your receipt will include a link to create your Memberhub account
  • Donate to the Greenwood scholarship funds by clicking here
  • Sign up for volunteer time slots or needed items and receive reminders
  • Receive emails and/or texts with communications from all levels of your school
  • Share files and photos in a secure environment
  • Utilize a school calendar and receive event reminders
  • Access a private online school directory with PTA membership
  • Install the MemberHub app on your smartphone for info on the go

Your information is stored securely and privately. Please click here to add you and your family to our organization's MemberHub site.

We would love to have you as PTA members; please visit our e-store to join the PTA.

Wishing the Greenwood community a successful and healthy school year!


Equity Hubs

Addressing the childcare need in our county, while schools remain in a virtual environment is a huge need in our county.  Equity Hubs is specifically for students (of financially impacted families) who may not have internet access and/or adequate adult supervision to ensure successful distance learning. As these Hubs launch, there is a specific area of need, right up the PTA/community alley!  These students in the hubs need higher quality headphones (similar to link) than those the young scholars bring with them or are currently available through the schools.

If you or members of your PTAs are interested, your tax deductible donation can be made through this link!  Just indicate “headphone fund” as the purpose in the comments!  If there are organizations interested in adopting an entire hub or cohort of students, and for paperwork purposes it is easier to buy the headphones directly and deliver, we can make that happen!

Several hubs already open as well as some that are “coming soon.”  Also, a registration link is available you are welcome to pass along for families that could benefit from being part of one of these cohorts!

Please see the Minutes page for a flyer of this program.