Granville Elementary School
310 N. Granger Street
Granville, OH 43023
Phone: 740-587-8102
Fax: 888-683-7730

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Ace Day - Illustrator Visits GES
During Ace Day this week, illustrator Steve Harpster visited GES and taught students how to draw monsters and animals with letters and numbers. Mr. Harpster provided students with some background information about how he started his career and emphasized how practice makes perfect. Students are still able to order Mr. Harpster’s books up until April 26th. Book orders and money can be given to Mrs. McDonald. You can see more of Mr. Harpster’s work on  
Leaders for Learning Award Winner Announced
Lori Fender, third-grade teacher at Granville Elementary School, is the recipient of the 2014 Leaders for Learning Award given by the Licking County Foundation. Principal Todd Rogers nominated Fender, because of her dedication to students and the profession. 

At the surprise award ceremony held during class time on Monday, April 7, Rogers told Fender's students, "She is receiving this award because she is a great teacher who truly cares about her students and is a team leader for the building."

In his nomination letter, Rogers also expressed that Fender ensures every child in her class meets expected growth socially as well as academically. He stated, "Her ability to change the lives of those assigned to her class each year is especially moving."
ACE Day - joyUnspeakable!
During Ace Day this week, Mark Abbati, a professional mime from joyUNSPEAKABLE productions performed. Mark brought life to his characters through motionless poses and dynamic movements and expressions. Students had to make inferences when watching the performance to figure out what Mark Abatti was doing. You can find out more about Mark Abbati here:  
Granville Elementary School 3rd Grade TALENT SHOW!
Granville Elementary School will be hosting a 3rd grade Talent Show on Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 for the Ace Day assembly and on Thursday, May 15th, 2014 for family and friends from 6 – 7:30pm in the GES cafeteria. The talent show is open to all 3rd grade students.  Students can perform solo or in a group. Ideas include skits, songs, dance numbers, comedy, magic, musical instruments, poetry, etc. Please see the attached “Talent Show Rules” for more information.
1st Grade Music Program
First graders performed a music program based off the book Where the Wild Things Are.  Their version of the book included songs, speakers reading the story, and movement. Our art teacher, Mrs. McDonald helped the students to create their own “Wild Thing” masks that they wore at the show.    
Second Graders Perform Starry Night
Second graders performed their Starry Night Performance for the entire school on Wednesday.  Some of the song selections included: Catch a Falling Star and When you wish upon a Star. They also celebrated Black History Month with the story Follow the Drinking Gourd.  Mrs. Danford’s class performed the song on the xylophones while the rest of the second graders sang the story. Our art teacher, Mrs. McDonald had the students create their own Starry Night paintings and the students paintings were displayed during the performance. We are excited to perform on Tuesday, February 25th at 6pm at GHS.   
Jump Rope for Heart
During Ace Day this week, GES students celebrated Jump Rope for Heart. A jump rope team from Dublin (grades 2-5) performed. Students then watched a short video on the benefits of fundraising for the Jump Rope for Heart program. GES students who have already raised money for this program were recognized and some have already received their “rubber ducky” prizes. Students can still register on this website if they would like to participate by searching for “Granville Elementary School”: The fundraiser will last until February 14. 2014. If you have any questions, you can email Paul Drake at   There was also a special surprise during the Ace Day assembly. Mr. Rogers showed the school that he still can “double-dutch” jump rope!  
Calamity Day Makeup Information

Tomorrow, Tuesday January 28, 2014, we will have reached our sixth calamity day for the 2013-14 school year. Ohio revised code allows for five calamity days per year; however, districts were allowed to submit a makeup plan should they use all of those days before the end of the school year.  

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