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Bus routes for the 2015-16 school year are now available. Click here for Grant Middle School's bus routes.

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Welcome to Grant Middle School

Dear Grant Families,


The faculty and staff Grant Middle School(GMS) is excited to welcome students back for 2015-16 school year. GMS has a tremendous amount of opportunities, programs and initiatives that provide students the chance to Inspire A Community of Achievement.  


GMS has a lot of changes taking place that will support the district vision and mission statement. Visitors will first notice the inside of the building has been painted to brighten the building and add colors that are important to the social, emotional and academic needs of students.


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This year Grant will be implementing Leader In Me (LIM) with GMS students. LIM develops students into leaders utilizing collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. Students will be able to use these seven habits of highly effective teens in their everyday lives.


Also, Grant will be implementing Literacy Collaborative (LC) into ALL  English Language Arts classrooms. LC is a research based framework designed to improve the reading, writing, and language skills of students through collaboration of teachers focusing on student individual need.


In addition, five Math classrooms will be implementing Next Generation Learning Environments (NGLE) in their classrooms. NGLE is  personalized, flexible learning through the use of technology, investigations, and teamwork.


Finally, Grant has made several other changes for the year. We have lengthened Math and ELA classes by more than 25 minutes to provide teachers additional time to work with these students.  Seventh and eighth students had the opportunity to choose their electives for the upcoming year. GMS will be offering five classes (Algebra 1, Biology, English Literature 9, Principles of Engineering and Spanish 1) for high school credit.


Again, the Grant staff is extremely excited for the school year and creating the best educational experience for your child(ern).  Please feel free to reach out staff if you have any questions or concerns.  Our goal is to create a strong educational partnership with parents/guardians to INSPIRE Grant students to reach their fullest potential.  We believe parents and guardians are the first educators and we need to work closely together.


Thanks,


Adam Kunkle

Grant Middle School Principal

Grant Announcements

  • Do you want to earn some great prizes?  Keep track of your summer reading on Grant's Summer Reading Challenge reading log, which can be downloaded and printed from the below link. Turn in your reading log to your homeroom teacher at the beginning of the upcoming 2016-17 school year! Happy Reading!!

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    Summer Reading Challenge

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  • School start/end times for 2015-16

    Grant Middle School now starts its school day at 8:02 a.m., earlier than the previous school year. Doors open at 7:52 a.m., but students can enter through the cafeteria door at 7:30 a.m. and remain in the cafeteria until 7:52 a.m. Students still are released at 3 p.m.

     

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District News

  • Summer food sites announced

    Children can eat for free at Marion City Schools' summer sites. Read to see where and when.

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  • MCS to use technology to address soft skills gap

    The Straight A Fund Governing Board recommended awarding a $623,605 Straight A Innovation Fund Grant to partners Rushmore Academy, Harding High School and the Mahoning County Educational Service Center. The grant will cover costs of working with the Kent State University Research Center for Educational Technology to create an educational simulated workplace model.

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  • Marion Mentors 21 seeks volunteers

    Marion Mentors 21 coordinator John Shank calls it “21st century mentoring.” What he’s after are mentors who will dedicate time to mentoring Marion City Schools students – long-term if possible. It’s mentoring dedicated to helping the school district meet its goals.

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  • Harding graduates 229 seniors

    Two hundred twenty nine Harding High School seniors graduated in May, an increase over 197 seniors who graduated in 2015.

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