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GEMS 7th Graders work with Boyce Lancaster of WOSUGEMS 7th graders read their podcast scripts to Boyce Lancaster of WOSU to work on their radio voices. Then they recorded their podcasts.
GEMS 7th graders read their podcast scripts to Boyce Lancaster of WOSU to work on their radio voices. Then they recorded their podcasts.
GEMS Kindergarten Students Build New ToysGEMS Kindergarten students learned about toys and play during modules. They practiced reading, writing, sharing and built new toys! ?
GEMS kindergarten student
8th Graders Vote with your Fork!8th graders working on the expedition, Vote with your Fork. They read The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan. They learned about food choices, systems, and where our food comes from.
8th graders vote with your fork
GEMS 5th Graders In Full BloomGEMS 5th graders have been learning about Place Value. They practiced matching numbers with their corresponding place values by coloring each petal. All together, students made a beautiful garden!
GEMS 5th graders made a garden
Meet the GEMS staff!At GEMS, experienced teachers and staff fosters each child's unique potential and curiosity within a safe, nurturing environment.
GEMS staff
GEMS 2nd GradersGEMS 2nd Graders participated with a visit from the Columbus Zoo.
GEMS 2nd Graders
GEMS 7th Grade MathIn 7th grade math, students explored adding and subtracting integers by creating number lines with chalk while enjoying the beautiful day. 
GEMS 7th grade math class.

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GEMS Registration Forms Online

GEMS Families,
If you are planning on returning to GEMS next year (2020-2021) and you need to complete your registration packet forms, we have made them available to be filled out online!

Please click on the following link: https://pdf.ac/aBQ9D. Once the forms are completed, they will be forwarded to Mr. LeMoyne Jackson, our school registrar. We need one packet completed for each child you have attending GEMS.

Thank you for all of your support. If you have any questions about these forms, please email Mr. Kutnow at [email protected] or Mr. Jackson at [email protected].
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Summer Meal Information

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s),
All children ages 1 through 18 are eligible to receive free meals during the summer months at participating program sites. Individuals age 19 through 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education Programs (IEP’s) through their current enrollment in educational programs are also eligible for free summer meals. Below is a sample of locations available for the summer of 2019. For a full list of locations, or a location near to you, call 1-866-3-HUNGRY(486479), or visit http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Student-Supports/Coronavirus/Supporting-Whole-Child-Nutrition

A+ Arts Academy Maybury Campus – 2633 Maybury Rd. Columbus, OH 43232
Africentric Elementary School - 3223 Allegheny Avenue Columbus, OH 43209
Asbury Elementary School- 5127 Harbor Blvd Columbus, OH 53232
Berwick Plaza-2745 Winchester Pike. Columbus, OH 43232

Todos los niños de 1 a 18 años son elegibles para recibir comidas gratis durante los meses de verano en los sitios del programa participante. Las personas de 19 a 21 años que han sido identificadas como discapacitadas mentales o físicas y siguen los Programas de Educación Individualizada (IEP) a través de su inscripción actual en programas educativos también son elegibles para comidas de verano gratuitas. A continuación se muestra una muestra de ubicaciones disponibles para el verano de 2019. Para obtener una lista completa de ubicaciones, o una ubicación cerca de usted, llame al 1-866-348-6479, o visite
http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Student-Supports/Coronavirus/Supporting-Whole-Child-Nutrition
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