Hour of Code
December 5-11 is Computer Science Education Week. Students at Joseph W. Grier are participating in the global event known as the Hour of Code. For more information, visit www.code.org. We are encouraging our students to not just participate in coding this week, but all year long!
Joseph W Grier would like to invite you to sign up for Remind, a free text messaging app that helps teachers, students and parents communicate quickly and efficiently. Remind will be used as an additional method of communication to inform the school community of upcoming school events, reminders of early release and no school days, and other non-urgent issues. Please click on the links below for instructions on how to sign up!
A la escuela Joseph W Grier le gustaría invitarles a inscribirse en "REMIND" (Recuerde), una aplicación gratis de mensajes de texto que ayudará a los maestros, estudiantes y padres a comunicarse rápida y eficientemente. REMIND será usado como un método adicional de comunicación para informar a la comunidad de la escuela de los eventos escolares venideros, las fechas de salida temprana, los días en los que no hay clases y otros asuntos que no son urgentes. Por favor, haga "click" en los enlaces de abajo para que siga las instrucciones de cómo integrarse en "REMIND."
It Happened at Grier …
Congratulations to Jaedyn and Jordan Edwards in 4th Grade for both winning GOLD medals in the 15m Bocce Ball at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Special Olympics, held in Nevin Community Park on Thursday, 27 October. Way to go!!
On Friday, October 21, Mrs. Townsend presented 40 students with a certifcate to celebrate their successful completion of the English Language Learners (ELL) program. Students worked hard to pass a test to demonstrate their ability to listen, speak, read, and write in the English language. Congratulations, scholars!
Check out the Photo Gallery on the left for more photos!
This week Mrs. Townsend was surprised by former students Freddy and Beyoncé and the Rodriguez Hernandez family as they donated 100 pairs of khaki uniform pants and 150 uniform shirts to Joseph W. Grier!
We truly appreciate this amazing generosity!
Our vision is to provide a safe and caring environment where students excel academically, value diversity, and have the necessary skills to be 21st century leaders.