Joseph J Greenberg Elementary K-8

Principal
Ms. Gina Hubbard

600 Sharon Lane
Philadelphia PA 19115
Phone: 215-961-2002

Adequate Yearly Progress For Eight Years in a Row

Joseph J. Greenberg Elementary

 

Congratulations to our 2016 graduates who earned scholarships for programs at private schools.

 

Morgan Griesermer - Awarded an academic scholarship to Saint Huberts Catholic High School for Girls: $1,000.00 

Josh Howe - Awarded the Scholar Athlete Award given by the American Youth Football Pennsylvania Elite

Paige Mueller - Awarded the Archbishop Wood Music Scholarship: $1,400.00

 Mya Osborne - Awarded the Abington Friends Science Scholarship 

Aidan Rodgers - Awarded an academic scholarship to Archbishop Ryan High School: $4,000. 

  

 

Calendar Updates

  

August 18 - Registration for new students: 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 P.M. - 2:00 P.M.

September 7 - School reopens for students in grades 1 - 8

September 7 - 9 Kindergarten Parent/Teacher Interviews 

September 14 - School opens for kindergarten students 

 

 

Welcome

 Vision:  Engage, Inspire, and Empower!

  

Mission:  To nurture the creativity, empathy, and critical thinking skills essential to thrive in a changing global environment.

  

Message from the Principal:

 

Joseph J. Greenberg Elementary School is a K-8 school located in the Bustleton section of Northeast Philadelphia near the intersections of Verree Road and Alburger Avenue.   

 

Children come first at Greenberg!  The dedicated teachers and staff at Greenberg are committed to helping every child succeed in school and beyond. Our highly qualified staff of veteran and new teachers set high expectations for learning and support students through the learning process to ensure they achieve success in school.  For the past nine years, Greenberg students have demonstrated mastery of reading and math skills on state mandated achievement tests and for school year 2013-2014, the school was ranked number among similar schools in Philadelphia. 

 

A focus on mastery of content and skills alone is insufficient to help a child achieve in school.  As one school community, with shared beliefs about children and learning, we believe it is important to meet the needs of the whole child and identify barriers to learning when they occur.  Through a constant cycle of instruction and assessment, teachers identify students confronting barriers to learning and provide them with targeted interventions to remove or mitigate these barriers.  At Greenberg, barriers are only temporary roadblocks that once removed or mitigated, allow a child access to the skills and knowledge he or she needs to become an engaged and empowered individual.

           

In closing, children succeed at Greenberg because of the partnership between the parents and school.  Parents support the school’s efforts to educate their children through shared expectations, active participation and collaboration.  A strong partnership between the school and parents ensures each child’s success.

 

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Sincerely,

Gina Hubbard

Principal