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Welcome to Grange Elementary

**Reminder: No left turns between 8 to 9 a.m. and 3 to 4 p.m.**

November Events:
11/4~ PTA Meeting in the Library at 6:00 p.m.
11/8~ First Marking Period Ends- Schools Close 3 Hours Early
11/15~ Magnet School Applications due by 1 p.m.
11/18~ American Education Week each day, from 9-11 a.m.
Monday-Prek, 2nd, 3rd grade.
Tuesday-K, 5th.
Wednesday-Grandparents Day.
Thursday-1st, 4th. 
11/22~ Elementary Conference Day. Schools Closed.
11/25~ Prek Conference Day. No Prek.
11/28-11/29~ Thanksgiving Holiday. Schools Closed. 

October Events:
10/5~ PTA Fall Fest from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
10/7~ PTA Meeting in the Library at 6:00 p.m.
10/9~ Yom Kippur- School Closed for Students
10/10~ Snoopy Race during Specials.
10/11~ Snoopy Race rain date.
10/15~ Picture Day
10/18~ Professional Development day. School is closed for Students.
10/31~ Halloween Parade at 9:15 a.m.

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, our Art Show, field day and STEAM 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! 

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 staff, parents, students, and community members are creating and supporting a safe, engaging school environment in which all members feel welcomed, respected, and valued. We commit to providing meaningful and high-quality instruction for all students, who are active participants in their learning. Together we will develop a strong sense of responsibility for ourselves and each other that will prepare all students for success. 


  • 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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