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Welcome to Graymont Grade School...Christmas Program on Wednesday, December 13th at 7:00pm...No School December 21st - January 3rd... School Resumes Thursday, January 4, 2018

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Art Glasses

Every year we make art glasses in Kindergarten. It is our first project of the year and we learn a lot while making them.  The idea is to use lines to create patterns.  We practice using lines on a  worksheet before we start designing our glasses. Art and color are two of the elements of art. We use a limited color palette of markers to achieve unity and repetition, two of the seven principles of art. Next, we work on . . .

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Tie Dye in Jr High

Jr High enjoyed Tie Dyeing bandannas as a thank you for working on the garden bricks service project.  

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First Quarter Awards Assembly

Graymont Grade School held its first quarter awards assembly on Thursday, October 19th. Students were presented with academic, behavioral, and attendance awards during the ceremony. Thank you to all the parents, grandparent, friends, and family members who were in attendance. 

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Great links for students!

Fun Websites for Kids   Starfall  Great reading site that allows kids to look at books online.  With the click of the mouse this site will help with a challenging word.  Also has downloadable books for reading at home. Suessville Web site   Dr. Suess has a fantastic web site that allows students to play games and other activities. This site also features a great online story . . .

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Rooks Creek School District History

In 1997, Rooks Creek celebrated its 50th or Golden Anniversary. Mrs. Nivana Ahrends did the work to collect historical photos and articles of the district. Using her information, we'd like to dedicate this page to the Rooks Creek Community and all of its faculty, staff, students, administrators, and board members who have shaped this district. A thank you to all the community members who have supported the district. On April . . .

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