Granger School Weekly Newsletter
February 15-19, 2016
Due Feb. 17th! STAAR Training https://www.texasassessment.com/administrators/training/
Renaissance Marking Periods
Feb. 16-19 Star Reading
Feb. 22-26 Star Math
Mary Avila 2
Ryan Gonzales 2
Jennifer Cundieff 4
Amber Thorsen 21
March 2nd: TELPAS Calibration Teacher Training with Mrs. Thorsen in library computer lab.
SPRING BREAK: March 14-18, 2016
Shattered Dreams Program Thursday, April 14, 2016
Library CLOSED Thursday, April 14, 2016
Prom Saturday, April 23, 2016
Feb. 23 5:00 Home San Saba
Feb. 26 6:00 Home Lago Vista
Feb. 16 5:00 Here Lexington
Feb. 20 11:00 Here Jarrell
Feb. 25-27 TBA Bremond Tournament in Bremond
Track and Field
Feb. 25 HS - Girls & Boys Somerville
Feb. 26 Jr. High - Girls & Boys Somerville
Head's Up for Planning: Thursday, April 14th the library will be closed. Please do not send students to the library. If you will have a sub, inform them students cannot come. Thank you for your understanding. This information will be obnoxiously repeated.
User name: grangerisd
Follett Shelf Online Books:
Student log in information: User: fullname, Password: student ID #
*See Mrs. Griffis if you have trouble logging in!
YouTube Free (and legal) music for your students to use in their projects
Second grade in front of the post office.
Dan, from Granger Bank, speaking with the students.
The students are learning about money management and the postal service, with a bonus of interesting history about the historical building. If you have never been to Granger Bank, it is worth the visit! Check out the historical plaque on the building and information about the first brick paved road right here in Granger!
Leukemia Lymphoma Society's Student Series
Learning to Make Someday Today
Starts February 8th and ends February 29th
Each student was sent home with a box to put together and fill. Mrs.Hughes will do a weekly pickup on February 15th, 22nd and 29th.
See a Student Council Member for boxes and information.
"Changing the world is good for those who want their names in books. But being happy, that is for those who write their names in the lives of others as the treasure most dear."
Children of the Mind by Orson Scott Card pg. 354
Student Reader: Mikayla Skrahak in Coach Brosch's 2nd period class