A New Greenhills Tradition!
The Greenhills Community Kindness pathway is a new tradition at Greenhills.
Our brick pathway is lined with Kindness Rocks painted by each Greenhills student. Students will have the opportunity to paint a new rock for the pathway each year. Every student now and for years to come will leave their artistic mark on the Greenhills Community Kindness Pathway, fostering a sense of connectedness and inclusion.
Installed in 2020 the Greenhills Community Kindness Pathway was made possible by our many sponsors and DADs club volunteers.
It is never too late to sponsor a brick! Sponsoring a brick supports the project and PTC programs while allowing you to commemorate your student or business' involvement with Greenhills.
Each student at Greenhills received a rock and painting supplies to paint their rocks at home. We collected the rocks and placed them along the pathway. Your student can now visit the site and see their individual contribution to the Kindness Pathway.
Next year's Kinder students will get the opportunity to paint a new rock!
Leave a lasting imprint at Greenhills! Families and local businesses have the opportunity to support the project and PTC programs through brick sponsorship. Sponsored bricks will be engraved with the text of the sponsors choosing*.
*PTC gets final approval of brick text for appropriateness.
Recognizing our Business Sponsors!
This project would not have been possible without the support of our many Business Sponsors. PTC relies heavily on financial support from local businesses and aid from community members to offer programs like the Community Kindness Pathway. Many many thank yous!
8x8 Brick Sponsors
4x8 Brick Sponsors
Big Thank You!
Without the dedication of our amazing volunteers we would not have been able to pull off this project. The Kindness Pathway idea was developed over the summer as a collaboration between PTC, the DADs club and Principal Gerould. The main planning team consisted of Danielle Gundlach-Cassley, Shaun Dubrow, Scott Adams, Sam Harman, Rob Horrocks, Riley Barry and Principal Gerould.
Angela Thompson, Amber Barry, Veronica Hintz, Jessica Hansen, Jen Crawford and Danielle Gundlach-Cassley worked on community outreach and helped secure our business sponsorships.
PTC was glad to have an amazing group of moms work together to prep 500 distance learning Kindness Rock Painiting kits. For this we would like to extend a special thank you to Danielle Gracia, Danielle Gundlach-Cassley, Jessica Hansen, Lisa Mendes, Joy Dubrow and Jen Crawford.
Sam Harman, Craig Lyman and Scott Adams were critical members of the team and secured the heavy equipment required to quickly excavate the site. Riley Barry and Sam Harman served as our professionals on site, they kept us practical and ensured a quality final product.
Shaun Dubrow, our DADs club President, coordinated our volunteer work force and lined up enough workers to allow us to stick to our schedule and open the pathway for the first day of in person school. Our workers were amazing, giving up many hours of their time over several weekends to make the pathway a reality. Thank-you to Danielle Gundlach-Cassley, Ben Gundlach-Cassley, Shaun Dubrow, Sam Harman, Scott Adams, Riley Barry, Rob Horrocks, Tom Prindiville, Colin Wood, Jim Wood, Darrin Gutierrez, Mike Holmes, Brady Pettit, Mike Myers, Ari Shaeffer, Rohith Piyaratna, Mason Hintz, Madix Hintz, Veronica Hintz, Tom LoCoco, Chris Proctor, Laura Horrocks and Ashley Oakes.
We live in an incredible community that we can be proud of. Thank you to all for your work on the Kindness Pathway!