East Grand School

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***** Please Read the following update (Mar. 30, 2020) *****

Good Morning,

I want to remind you that we are moving our delivery times one hour earlier than they were in the last two weeks. The busses will now be leaving the school at 9:00 a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays.


***** Please Read the following update (Mar. 27, 2020) *****

Good Morning,

I would like to apologize for today's early run and any inconvenience it might have caused. Please be assured that homework not picked up today can be turned in Monday morning. Once again I apologize for the confusion.

Starting Monday to comply with the Gov. mandate of reducing the number of employees in the building we will be changing over our food/work delivery system. We will be delivering food two days a week, on Mondays, we will deliver (M, T, W breakfast and lunch) and Thursdays (Th/F breakfast and lunch) these runs will start at 9:00.

Also, every Monday we will drop off new work packets and pick up old ones. Monday will be the only work drop-offs.

The state DOE is asking to track attendance, attendance is determined by the fact that the students are receiving the work from the teachers, attempting to do it and returning it. Students can meet the attendance requirements by attending a Zoom/Google session with the teacher, or by receiving work and returning it to school.

And remember today is EG Spirit Day, take pics eating lunch in your EG clothing.

East Grand School utilizes all assessment data to help inform our practices at the district, school, classroom and individual levels for our students. Although we encourage students and parents to participate fully in our assessment program, it is important to note that parents/guardians may opt their child out of state testing. If you are interested in doing so, please reach out to the school principal to make this request in writing.

Dates to Remember

School Breakfast/Lunch Menu

East Grand School was one of five finalists for SETDA (State Educational Technology Directors Association) that got to send students to Washington, D.C., to share their project with others from around the country.

Click Here to read articles published about their trip.

Project-Based Learning

East Grand Outdoor Education