GES CHEER SQUAD!!!!
Cross Country Girls & Boys WIN SCAL LEAGUE Championship!!!
Congratulations to both our A & B Volleyball Teams for winning SCAL League! Way to go WILDCATS!
Lost and found
If your child is missing clothing, lunchboxes, outerwear or anything else, please come and check the Lost and Found rack and tub by the old office door in the back of our school.
ON THE LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH, all Unclaimed items will be donated to a local charity.
As a reminder, please clearly mark your childs name on sweatshirts, outerwear, backpacks, lunchboxes etc.
Title 1 Academic Achievement School
GES Signature Project.
WELCOME BACK WILDCATS!
School starts on Wednesday, August 24. Please click on the attachments below for the Welcome back letter and the Back to School BBQ flyer. We can't wait to see everyone back at school.
GES Class of 2016!
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Grenada Elemenatry School District
Requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
Status of Program Improvement for Grenada Elementary School
The Grenada Elementary School District (GESD) is dedicated to ensuring that each student meets high standards of academic achievement. This notice is being written to inform the public about Grenada Elementary School's status under the Provisions of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001.
Title I schools are required to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) on statewide achievement tests. If AYP is not met, the school is placed into Program Improvement (PI). It is anticipated that Grenada Elementary School will be identified as Year 1 for PI; the district is obligated to inform residents they have the option to enroll their children in schools that are not identified to be in Program Improvement. In our efforts to ensure that every student has the opportunity to succeed at a high level, the district office is in the process of creating agreements with other schools that are not in PI.
To further enhance student achievement efforts, every member of the administration and instructional staff of the GESD are being trained in the design and implementation of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) with an embedded Multi-tiered System of Support designed to target specialized student instruction at all levels. This series of on-going professional development sessions is designed to ensure that curriculum standards are being met as well as to ensure that classroom instruction is closely monitored and aligned to scientifically researched methodologies.
We encourage parents/guardians to become involved. Please consider participating in advisory committees, becoming a member of the school site council, attending Back to School Night, Open House, Parent Conferences, or volunteering at our functions that are held throughout the year.
For more information please contact the Main Office at 530-436-223
Inclement Weather Notice
❅WEATHER REMINDER!!! ❅
In the case of inclement weather, when it becomes necessary to delay the opening of school, an announcement will be made as early as possible. The announcement will be broadcast on the GES School Website (www.grenada.k12.ca.us), on FACEBOOK at Grenada Elementary School Club, and REMIND 101. Once you see the information, continue checking the on-line information for any update related to the opening of school. A two-hour delay in opening means that the bus will pick up students two (2) hours later than the usual time. Students who walk or are driven to school should not arrive prior to 10:00 AM for the 10:25 opening of school. Depending upon the weather, there may not be staff on campus to answer phones prior to school opening.
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External Links Disclaimer
There may be Web sites linked to and from this site that are operated or created by or for organizations outside of the Grenada Elementary School District (GESD). Those organizations are solely responsible for the operation and information (including the right to display such information) found on their respective Web sites. The linking to or from this site does not imply on the part of GESD any endorsement or guarantee of any of the organizations or information (including the right to display such information) found on their respective Web sites. GESD does not assume and is not responsible for any liability whatsoever for the linking of any of these linked Web sites, the operation or content (including the right to display such information) of any of the linked Web sites, nor for any of the information, interpretation, comments or opinions expressed in any of the linked Web sites. Any comments or inquiries regarding the linked Web sites are to be directed to the particular organization for which the particular Web site is being operated.
GESD does not assume and is not responsible for any liability whatsoever for the linking of any of these linked Web sites, the operation or content (including the right to display such information) of any of the linked Web sites, nor for any of the information, interpretation, comments or opinions expressed in any of the linked Web sites. Any comments or inquiries regarding the linked Web sites are to be directed to the particular organization for which the particular Web site is being operated.
GES LCAP: Local Control Accountability Plan
The Grenada Elementary School LCAP as developed by the Staff, School Site Council, Community and GES families is at the link below. Please take time to read and review it. We would still welcome any input from families and the community. This is our plan for the next 3 years and we will be reviewing data and revising the plan based on that data and input.
The WILDCAT WAY is PAWSitively PURRfect!!
Working together for
Individual excellence in a
Learning environment that has a
Dedicated, collaborative staff
Courteous, supportive community, and an
Accountable, standards based curriculum
This is our vision for
Success for ALL!
remind101 is a website that provides a safe way for teachers to text message or email students and parents.
Great question! First, a teacher adds his/her class, which generates a unique code. The teacher then shares that code with students or parents. At that point, any student or parent who sends a text message with the code will be "subscribed" to the teacher's class. Any time a teacher sends a message from remind101, all the students or parents subscribed will receive it. This short video explains it A-Z.
Introducing the Remind101 Join Pages!
A new, easier way to sign up students and parents. With the new join pages, your students and parents have and even easier way to sign up for your updates. They visit a dedicated page for your class, enter their phone number, and get subscribed!
To access your dedicated class page, go here, or click the "Sign up as a student or parent" button on the Remind101 homepage and enter your class code.
Standard messaging rates apply.
A 2012 California Distinguished School
Such an honor!!! Receiving the CA Distinguished School Award from the CA Superintendent of Education, Tom Torlakson.
Click here to access the AR QUIZ STORE for Book Points, Reading Level and Grade Level!
Click here for the link to the AR PARENT HOME CONNECT to monitor your child's progress!
Click here to access the GES LIBRARY. Check to see if we have a copy of a book in our library!
“Helping Youth Succeed” was developed as a public service by the Siskiyou County Office of Education . It is designed to help parents, teachers and the community build positive assets in children and guide them to make healthy and safe choices .With a primary focus on enhancing the parent/child
relationship, this publication’s aim is to support the safe and healthy development of each and every young person in Siskiyou County
"Willie", the Wildcat
We would like to thank Mrs. Angie for purchasing a mascot uniform for our school and Courtney C. for being an awesome Willie, the Wildcat.