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Grand Isle School is a welcoming community where every family and staff member is invested in our students. We recognize and celebrate the whole child. We provide an equal opportunity and the right supports so all students and adults are successful. We practice positive and collaborative teaming and teaching throughout the school.

2016 • Friday, September 9th

Hello Students, Families, and Friends,

I want to congratulate everybody on a successful completion of the first week of school. The hallways were filled with happiness and high-fives from all the students and adults. I also want to thank folks for their positive feedback on all of the work completed at the school this summer. If you haven't had the opportunity to walk the halls of our school this year, we welcome you into visit.

In speaking of visiting the school, on Wednesday September 14th, there will be an open house from 5:30-7:00 PM. You can expect to receive information from your child’s classroom teacher about class assignments, your child’s school-work expectations, and a brief overview of what they will be learning. You will also be informed about how you will receive information regarding how your child is doing in school. More information to follow - please stay tuned.

This year we have three areas of focus: 1.) Universal instruction - instruction in the classroom for all students. 2.) Targeted interventions for our students who are not yet proficient in Mathematics and Literacy, and 3.) Family and community engagement, encouraging partnerships between our families and the school.

If you haven't completed the registration forms please do so and submit to the main office. We’d like your most current contact information. This will help our teachers with our efforts to make a personal connection through home mailings, emails, and/or phone calls.

Thank you so much for a great first week of school.

Eric Arnzen
Principal at Grand Isle School

P.S. Make sure your children read at least 20 minutes a day at home.

Posted by on 2016-09-09

Links & Files
1st AM Run: Chamberlin (west of rt. 2)
1st AM Run: Nolan (east of rt. 2)
1st PM Run: Chamberlin (west of rt. 2)
1st PM Run: Nolan (east of rt. 2)
2016-17 School Year Calendar
2nd AM Run: Chamberlin (west of rt. 2)
2nd AM Run: Nolan (east of rt. 2)
2nd PM Run: Chamberlin (west of rt. 2)
2nd PM Run: Nolan (east of rt. 2)
August-September Lunch Menu
Building Use Form
Concussion information
Expense Report
Grade 6-8 Bullying/Harassment Student Presentation
Grand Isle School FY 2016 Town Report
HQT Status
Jupiter Grades
Middle School Supplies List
October 2016 Soccer Schedule
Parent Information
Safety Form
September 2016 Soccer Schedule
Tech Request Form

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