Welcome to Greenbrier Primary School

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your child to Greenbrier Primary School for the 2020-2021 school year. We look forward to a productive and exciting school year where “PAWSitively the future leaders of the world” are educated! 

 

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Fall 2021 – Virtual Virginia Applications Now Available for Elementary Students

Dr. Cotton presented the instructional plan for the 2021-22 school year at the April 19, 2021 School Board Meeting. While the primary mode of instruction for ALL grade levels will be full-time in-person learning, Chesapeake will continue to offer virtual learning opportunities by application only. Families at the elementary and middle school levels who would like to apply for virtual learning will be required to make a full-year commitment to Virtual Virginia. Applications are now available on our website.

Completed applications should be submitted via email to Kimberly Lowden at or returned to the school in person. Hard copies of the application are available by request in our main office.

2020-2021 Teacher of the Year – Mrs. O’Neal

Michelle O'Neal Teacher of the YearMichelle O’Neal is committed to providing all faculty and staff with a strong technology foundation. With a great passion for teaching  technology, O’Neal works hard to ensure our faculty and staff understand how to integrate technology with core subject areas to promote critical thinking in students. She received her teaching licensure from Old Dominion University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh.  After five years as an elementary teacher in Chesapeake Public Schools, she transitioned to our Technology Integration Specialist, where she works with a group of amazing and creative teachers.

2020-2021 Reading Teacher of the Year- Mrs. Kline

Kristy Kline Reading Teacher of the YearKristy Kline is the Library Media Specialist at GRP. She is a believes in fostering the love of reading at a young age so that students will become life long readers. Mrs. Kline received her teaching license and Bachelor’s degree from Longwood University. She also received her Master’s degree from Old Dominion University in Library Science. Mrs. Kline has been an educator for twelve years. Her favorite part about being a school librarian is seeing her students’ reactions to a story she’s reading to them. She loves helping students find books that are “the one” that turns them on to becoming life long lover of books. Mrs. Kline is a Greenbrier Primary alumni and is proud to come full circle to give back to the Greenbrier community.

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~~GRP’s Reverse Mainstream Program~~

While Greenbrier Primary does not offer the Chesapeake Preschool Initiative- we offer The Reverse Mainstream Program to a unique population of young students.  The Reverse Mainstream Program brings non-disabled children into preschool classes serving children with developmental delays. It allows a variety of children to learn and play together, builds self-esteem, develops acceptance of others, provides age-appropriate peer models, and includes age-appropriate activities. Space is limited and tuition will be a flat fee based upon the days of attendance.

Click on the link for more details. 

https://cpschools.com/teaching-learning/preschool-opportunities/