The Graham School
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The Graham School
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Congratulations Class of 2021!
Kids in Need Foundation and Chipotle Distributing Donations to Every TGS Student Jan 22 and Jan. 29
Meet The Graham School staff!
At The Graham School, teachers and staff prepare students for life long learning and informed citizenship through real-world experiences and rigorous academics.
Students in May classes learned more about community resources, including the COTA. A COTA representative came to The Graham School and had a discussion before boarding the bus to learn more!
The Graham School students hard at work in biology class!
TGS Math Class
Students in Andy Reardon's math class were collaborating on articles that provided a bridge to math and real word experiences. The issue of economic inequality was the topic/issue and students will finish the study graphing the inequalities seen throughout the decades in America.
In Genevieve's Anatomy and Physiology class, students are testing the endurance of muscles over a 7 minute period.
No School - PD Day - Front Office Closed
Wed Jan 26 2022
Virtual Enrollment Information Session
Wed Feb 2 2022
TGFS College Access Night
Thu Feb 3 2022
Early Release at 12:00pm-Staff PD
Fri Feb 4 2022
No School - Front Office Closed
Mon Feb 7 2022
Virtual Family Crew
Tue Feb 15 2022
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TGS Student Expectations for Success
Success for students requires them uphold our expectations for phones, classroom behavior and timely and continuous presence in class.
Students need to bring computers to school charged daily
Covid guidance at TGS reflects CDC and ODH guidance; appropriate mask wearing and vaccination are our strongest defenses against Covid-19.
Please be prepared should we need to move temporarily to online learning.
Dear TGS Students and Families,
Welcome back! We hope that you had a restful and restoring winter break. At Graham we strive to grow strong relationships in our school community. We know that a supportive educational environment provides our students with greater academic success, undermines inequities, strengthens insulating factors against anxiety and depression and empowers our students to shape the futures they desire. For learning spaces to be successful, students need to be in them. For students to master content, they need to engage in the work. For students and staff to support each other and to strengthen classroom cultures, everyone must bring respect and empathy to TGS on a daily basis.
To this end we would like to reiterate expectations that we lifted up to you in December. Click MORE+.
Do you know someone who might be interested in attending TGS in the 2022-2023 school year?
Here is an opportunity to learn more about the school! Please spread the word about our
Virtual Enrollment Information Sessions!
Click here to learn more about enrolling for the 2022-2023 school year!
Click here to learn more about The Graham School.
Please e-mail Pam Boseker at
for more information.
Click here to complete an online application.
AFTER-SCHOOL PICKUP REMINDER
Students are to be picked up
NO LATER THAN 4:00
. We can not guarantee staff supervision after 4:00. Thank you!
Do NOT park in the parking lot of FunTrail
, our neighbors to the north. The additional traffic is interfering with their business.
Tired of that long line to pick up your student after school?
Try parking on Glenmont Avenue!
Your students can cross Indianola Avenue safely at the traffic light and meet you at your car- avoiding the pickup line and the crowd in the TGS parking lot.
Plan to arrive 5-10 minutes AFTER dismissal
so that the pick-up lot can clear out before you arrive. Students are welcome to sit up front on the benches while they wait for your arrival.
In the meantime,
we thank you for your patience
as we do our best to expedite traffic and more importantly, maintain the safety of students and staff in the parking lot after school.
Public Comment Needed This Week
We have received funding from ARP IDEA Part B to be used in support of our work with students with disabilities. Our plan is to use the funds for a variety of classroom supplies to help student sensory regulation and for Social Thinking training for staff who work with students with disabilities. Comments concerning the use of these funds may be sent to
by Friday, Oct. 8.
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