Greenfield Union Elementary-Middle School is dedicated to educating the whole child by creating an atmosphere conducive to learning where education is cherished, nurtured and appreciated. Our students are expected to be productive, technologically literate, life-long learners, educated in a clean, safe and caring learning environment.
Extended Day After-School Tutoring Program, Accelerated Reading/Math, Media Club, Book Club, Science Club, Student Government, Computer Club, Principals Club, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Grant, Volunteer Reading Corp, Church/Civic Mentors and Tutors, St. James Episcopal Church Volunteers, Foster Grandparents Volunteers through Catholic Social Services
High Quality Pre-Kindergarten
We offer a high quality early learning experience for special needs and general education students 4 years of age by November 1. Detroit Public Schools’ Pre-K classroom curriculum is aligned with the National Early Childhood Standards and Michigan State Board of Education’s Early Childhood Standards of Quality. For more info, go to detroitk12.org/preK
About the Principal
Beverly J. Campbell was appointed to lead Greenfield Union Elementary-Middle School in 2005. Ms. Campbell’s “no-nonsense, tough-but-fair” attitude toward education was the driving force behind Greenfield Union coming from one of the original 12 DPS schools slated to be reconstituted in the 2000-2001 school year due to low performance. Ms. Campbell brings over 35 years of experience to the students, staff, parents and community of Greenfield Union.
“It takes a village to educate a child.” Greenfield Union’s staff believes that all students must receive equal opportunities to grow and excel academically and socially.
Greenfield Union is designated as a historic building, opening in 1918 as a part of what was then known as Greenfield Township. An expansion in the form of an annex was added in 2002.
Shirts: White or light blue blouses or shirts. No T-shirts. Navy blue or black sweaters.
Pants: Navy blue or black pants, knee-length skirts or jumpers. No jeans.