Inside Detroit Public Schools » Greenfield Union Elementary and Middle School

September 24th, 2008

Greenfield Union Elementary and Middle School

Greenfield Union Elementary and Middle School is home to some of Detroit Public Schools’ finest students. The school is a two time Skillman Award winner and was also the recipient of the Kellogg “Generation with A Promise” Award for 2007-2008. Greenfield Union offers students state-of-the-art computer labs, and early bird workshops for math, writing, and social studies. Grades PK-4th are housed in the Early Childhood Learning Center, while the school’s older students, 5th-8th grades, are housed in the main building. The separate facilities allow teachers and staff to have an even greater impact by providing more specialized attention and care to each and every student.

Early Childhood Learning Center, built in 2002

Early Childhood Learning Center, built in 2002

Through partnerships with the University of Michigan, General Motors, the Arab Chaldean Council, and the Children’s Aid Society, Greenfield Union is another one of the bright spots within Detroit Public Schools!

Greenfield Union student practices with chopsticks in Social Studies class

Greenfield Union student practices with chopsticks in Social Studies class



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