2016 Trip Information
The 2016 TAG reservation forms are available. The elementary students (grades 1-4) will be traveling to Marietta, Ohio on June 3 - 4, 2016 at a cost of $165.00 per person. The middle school students (grades 5 - 8) will be touring southern Pennsylvania June 8-11, 2016 at a cost of $485.00 per person. Reservation forms and payments for TAG students interested in attending must be submitted by to Mrs. A. Johnson, Gifted Coordinator, by April 8th, 2016. 
TAG News

Greenfield Schools Elementary TAG Students Visit Marietta, Ohio

      On June 3rd and 4th the elementary TAG students who had just completed grades 1-4 in the Greenfield Exempted Village School District traveled to Marietta and Cumberland, OH and Parkersburg, WV for the annual TAG trip.During the trip students visited The Castle, Campus Martius, The Ohio River Museum, and The Snyder Boat in Marietta, OH. They also took a guided walking tour of Marietta where they learned about some of the history of the city, particularly related to the floods that occurred in the early 1900's. Students also traveled to Parkersburg, WV where they visited Blennerhassett Island and ended their trip with a visit to The Wilds in Cumberland, OH where they saw giraffes, zebras, and camels as well as other wild animals.


Greenfield Middle School TAG Students Participate in Tour of Pennsylvania
      June 8-11, 2016 the TAG students who had just completed grades 5-8 in the Greenfield Exempted Village School District traveled to Philadelphia, PA and throughout the state of Pennsylvania where they learned a great deal about America's history. While in Philadelphia students visited The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Christ Church, The Benjamin Franklin Museum and print shop, and The National Constitution Center. Students also traveled to Hershey World where they learned about Milton Hershey's contributions to the town of Hershey, PA as well as education and MS research. In Harrisburg, PA the students visited The National Civil War Museum where they participated in a scavenger hunt to learn about The Civil War. On the final day of the trip the students visited Fallingwater, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930's and then wrapped up their trip with a visit to Fort Necessity, a fort which was built during the French and Indian War.
The TAG students of the Greenfield School District participated in a read-a-thon on the morning of March 5, 2016 to raise funds for students to help pay for their summer TAG trip. Twenty five students participated in the read-a-thon. They enjoyed reading books just for fun. Some read to grandparents and parents to earn their money. They enjoyed plenty of healthy snacks during the event. Thank you to all who pledged money to these students. Your support is greatly appreciated.  
 Madesyn Wheaton                     Makayla Murdock                   Odessa Winland  
Lily Barnes                                 Reagan Gilliland                      Jayden Lanning
Robbie Wise
Luca Matestic 
Madalyn Giffin                            Justin Legge                             All of the students who attended the 
Bev Giffin(Grandmother)           Lucas Howard                           read-a-thon
                                                    Cameron Medley 
2015 Trip
On June 5th and 6th, 2015 a group of elementary TAG students and parent chaperones attended to TAG trip to Dayton, Oh. While there the students visited Sunwatch Indian Village, Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, Wegerzyn Children's Discovery Garden, Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, The National Museum of the United States Air Force, and Carillon Historical Park. Pictured are the students who attended at Wegerzyn Children's Discovery Garden.

On June 10-13, 2015 a group of middle school TAG students and parent chaperones attended the TAG trip during which they toured several attractions throughout Kentucky. Among the highlights of the trip were visits to The Kentucky Horse Park, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky Down Under, and Mammoth Cave National Park. Pictured are the students who attended at The Old Friends Farm for Retired Thoroughbreds.
The elementary and middle school TAG students of the Greenfield school district held their third annual read-a-thon fundraiser on Saturday, March 7 in the Greenfield Middle School gymnasium. Students read to raise money to help pay for summer trips and supplies for the gifted program. Thank you to all who supported these students in their efforts.

TAG Field Trips

On Friday, June 6 and Saturday, June 7, 2014 the elementary TAG students from the Greenfield Exempted Village School District enjoyed the annual TAG trip. This year the students traveled to Columbus, OH where they visited COSI, The Franklin Park Conservatory, Topiary Park, The Ohio History Museum and Ohio Village, and the Columbus Zoo. Thirty two students from the district’s three elementary schools in grades 1-4 participated in the trip along with several helpful parent chaperones. 


            On Wednesday, June 11 the middle school TAG students from the Greenfield Exempted Village School District departed for a four day trip during which they visited Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, VA as well as The Exhibition Coal Mine in Beckley, WV and the Clay Center for the Arts in Charleston, WV. Twenty students and five chaperones traveled together learning about life in Williamsburg and Jamestown as well as the conditions endured by soldiers during the battle of Yorktown. They traveled through a former working coal mine in Beckley, WV and enjoyed exploring the exhibits at the Clay Center in Charleston, WV.  


Elementary trip (grades 1-4) to Columbus, OH June 6-7, 2014 cost is $180 
Final payment due by April 10
Middle school trip (grades 5-8) to Williamsburg, VA June 11-14, 2014 cost is $495
2nd payment due March14
3rd payment due April 10
Final payment due May 9

Contact Information

Angela Johnson
Gifted Coordinator
200 North 5th Street
Greenfield, OH 45123
937-981-2197 x 32358

Annual read-a- thon fundraiser

The talented and gifted students of the Greenfield Exempted Village School District
participated in the annual read-a- thon fundraiser on Saturday, March 4, 2017. The students
read books in order to raise money to help pay for the annual student trips this coming June. A
huge thank you goes out to all who made pledges to help support these students in their desire
to learn through adventures outside of the classroom.