East Grand School District happenings
September 23, 2017 - garden totes
• The 5th graders during Fraser Valley Elementary are heading a initial all-school public of a year. Students will lead an all propagandize intone defining a opposite elements of SOAR, they’ll watch a brief video about expansion mindset, perform a skit, and stone out to a propagandize song. The concentration is on what it looks like and sounds like to SOAR = safety, ownership, attitude, and respect. Watch for a Fraser Valley Eagles SOARing in a community.
• This week a students during East Grand Middle School resumed a weekend food totes program, in and with a Mountain Family Center. Students packaged 315 totes full of healthful food to send home with families on a weekends. Totes are sent to Fraser Valley Elementary, Granby Elementary, Indian Peaks Charter School, Winter Park Christian School, and East Grand Middle School.
• Lt. Col. Richard Cimino (also a County Commissioner) came in to learn FVE 5th graders about a significance and bend of a American and Colorado Flags. He brought his possess American flag, that has trafficked by many middle-eastern countries. Col. Cimino taught students how to scrupulously overlay a flags and how to lift and reduce a flags as partial of their 5th class responsibilities.
• Granby preschool took a margin outing to Granby Community Garden. The students got to collect peas, carrots, and raspberries. They schooled what creates a garden grow and what happens to a unfeeling when it gets it gets too cold in a garden.
• First Week of School a CREW High School Alternative Program backpacked 4 days, 27 miles over a Continental Divide from Meadow Creek Res. to Winter Park as a group building exercise. Teachers are Maggie Michelowski, Ellen Cowmen and Lisa Atencio. Kudos to these kids. Quite a accomplishment!
• The High School now has 4 village volunteers operative with a students wanting help. Thank we volunteers. This is some-more than I’ve seen in years. Many of a students could use a superintendence and assistance of an adult mentor. Retired? Consider being that person.
• GES students adore a new stadium equipment! Thanks to Ace Hardware, The Town of Granby, Mountain Parks Electric, and a many volunteers who donated time and labor!
• The 5th Grade outing to Monarch Lake was great. Students were many vehement to get an event to canoe. Students from East Grand School District, Indian Peaks Charter School, and West Grand School District participated.