The Greenvale Park Community School
is both an elementary school and a community resource, with an integrated focus on academics, health, social services, youth development, and community engagement. This leads to a better learning environment for all of our students, stronger families, and a healthy lifestyle.
"The Community School offers a place for students to belong, connect, and explore their creative talents. Students look forward to attending and leaders have helped build a true community. Activities provide students rich opportunities to experience arts, music, STEM classes, and physical education. Dedicated volunteers and partners make diverse programming and resources possible. I am proud of the Community School and the many ways it benefits students and families."
- Sam Richardson, GVP Elementary School Principal
Reaching New Heights in Year 5
adults and community members participated in programming
community partners offered programming or contributed resources
Youth attended community school programming (elementary through high school)
of Greenvale Park students participated in Community School programming
volunteers donated 2,600 hours to a wide variety of programming
Welcoming Families and the Community
At the Greenvale Park Community School, there are many opportunities for the whole family to get involved!
Extended hours make our programming and activities accessible for all sorts of schedules and families.
Before School activities for kids | Monday–Friday starting at 7:45 a.m. (Wednesday, 8:45 a.m.)
After School Clubs for kids | Monday–Thursday until 4:30 p.m.
Evening Activities for families | Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Collaboration for Wellness
students received 2 dental
check ups at the Community
School; 12 students had
HealthFinders Collaborative, a community health center that provides health services for the marginalized families of Rice County, partners with the Greenvale Park Community School to provide school-based dental and health programming.
Funding for the core operations of the Greenvale Park Community School is provided by...
The Minnesota Department of Education’s Federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant
Women in Northfield Giving Support (WINGS)
Rice County Public Health’s “SHIP” initiative
Northfield Area United Way