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Welcome to Grange Elementary

October Events at Grange:
10/26~ Spooky Reading Night from 5:30-7 PM
10/31~ Halloween Parade. Pre-K to 2nd grade- 9:15-9:45 AM.  3rd to 5th grade- 9:45-10:15 AM.

November Events at Grange:
11/3~ End of 1st Marking Period.  School dismisses at 12:30 PM.
11/6-11/20~ Grange's Holiday Food Drive.
11/13-11/16~ American Education Week.  The schedule is as follows:
11/13- 4th and 5th grade, 9-11 AM.
11/14- Pre-K, 9-11 AM and 1-3 PM.
11/15- Kindergarten and 2nd grade, 9-11 AM.
11/16- 1st and 3rd grade, 9-11 AM.

11/16~ No Pre-K classes.
11/17~ Parent/Teacher Conference Day.  No school for Elementary School students.
11/23-11/24~ Thanksgiving Holiday.  Schools and offices are closed.  

Our school is composed of a group of talented and dedicated teachers and staff who go above and beyond every day to ensure that the students who attend our school leave ready to lead.  Along with the Grange faculty, the PTA is dedicated to both children and the community that surrounds Grange.  Programs such as our winter and spring musicals, field day and STEM night are just a few of the many events that help bring the students, parents, staff and community together for one great cause - student achievement!!

Built in 1960, Grange Elementary School is located in the Southeastern corner of Baltimore County, the county which surrounds the metropolitan city of Baltimore, Maryland. We are supported by our active PTA and incredible volunteers! 



2016 Maryland Performance Report  


Vision, Mission and Goals

 

GES Vision


Grange Elementary School will create a culture of deliberate excellence, a culture of equity and of collaboration with all stakeholders in order for all students to achieve their full potential and become globally competitive citizens.

 

GES Mission

 

Grange Elementary School creates a safe, healthy and nurturing atmosphere which fosters collaborative partnerships among students, teachers, families and community members.  Our students participate in rigorous, engaging and relevant student-centered learning in order to build 21st century skills and prepare for their chosen college and/or career path.

 

Goals

 

  • Teaching students to interact positively with one another in the school.
  • Students will learn and apply reading strategies to deepen comprehension of complex texts.
  • Students will develop strong foundational skills in mathematics through explicit instruction that addresses the level of rigor.

 


 

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