The Graham School

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Congratulations class of 2020
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.
The Graham School staff photo
TGS Students 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!
TGS students on COTA bus
The Graham School students hard at work in biology class!
TGS biology students
TGS Math ClassStudents 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. 
TGS math class
Physiology Class In Genevieve's Anatomy and Physiology class, students are testing the endurance of muscles over a 7 minute period.  
Physiology Class

Upcoming Events

Sep
30

Grades 11, 12, SOS Training - Adjusted Schedule

Wed Sep 30 2020
to Thu Oct 1 2020

Oct
22

No School - Staff PD & Invited Conferences

Thu Oct 22 2020
to Fri Oct 23 2020

Nov
5

EL Education National Conference - No School

Thu Nov 5 2020
to Fri Nov 6 2020

Nov
25

Thanksgiving Break - No School

Wed Nov 25 2020
to Fri Nov 27 2020

News

TGS Return to School Survey- Second Semester

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, The Graham School has yet to make any firm decisions regarding second semester of the 2020-2021 school year; however, we believe that all options will need to take social distancing into account. We also believe that your voice matters.

Please take a few moments to complete this preference survey. The survey is anonymous and will help inform our next steps. Please submit your responses by Monday, September 28.

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Meal Pick Up During Virtual Learning

During virtual learning TGS will continue to serve meals through The National School Lunch Program. Families may only sign up for 1 pick-up time per week. They will receive 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches per student that attends The Graham School. We would prefer families to sign up for multiple weeks if possible. Families MUST sign-up for pick-up dates a week in advance to assure that food is ordered. If you sign-up less than 1 week before the pick-up date, we cannot guarantee that there will be food available.

Breakfasts are free to everyone.

If your student qualifies for Free lunches, there will be no charge, if your student qualifies for reduced or full pay lunches, families will still be expected to pay for those meals. Reduced lunches are $.40 per meal and full pay lunches are $3.09 per meal. Payment will be expected each week at pickup. Click here to complete a Free and Reduced lunch application.

Please arrive at the school within your allotted time slot. We are doing our best to accommodate both the lunch and breakfast programs and social distancing/safety measures that must be taken for everyone's safety. If you arrive outside of the window that you have signed up for, that will make it difficult to accommodate all of those things.

If for any reason some of these guidelines will make it difficult for you to pick up meals, or if you have any questions about these guidelines or the lunch program in general, please contact Bryan Kossmann directly at [email protected] or 614.262.1111 (Email is preferred).

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Message from the Deans - 9.17.20

Dear TGS Students & Families,


Greetings! We want to first thank you for your patience and flexibility in these unprecedented times. The Graham School’s Habit of Learning, Perseverance, reads as follows: 


Perseverance: We never give up. We work hard and keep trying, even and especially when it gets tough. We recognize when we need help and elicit it. We are resourceful and work to solve problems creatively. We understand that some things are going to be hard - yet we persist to achieve more than we thought we could. We adapt to challenges, remaining diligent and establishing a network of social and academic supports. We continue to revise our work until expectations are met or exceeded.


We are proud of our TGS community as we continue to persist, adapt to challenges, and remain diligent in our work. 

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