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Student Spotlight

What's New?

Grauer Alumni Reunion: Classes of 1991-1996

Grauer's Alumni Office hosted an Alumni Reunion for the Classes of 1991-1996 on Friday, July 14. The alumni reminisced with Dr. Stuart Grauer and Don Kish, who were their teachers during their time at Grauer.

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Summer School at Grauer

Grauer's Summer School featured a second session of Middle School Math Boot Camp with Morgan Brown during the week of July 24-28. The students in this camp brushed up on their math skills and made some new friends to get ready for starting middle school.

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Theater Department Presents: "Almost, Maine"

Grauer's Theatre Department presented the play "Almost, Maine" by John Cariani last Friday, May 26. The play was this year's Senior Theatre Project, and it featured the directorial debut of all the Grauer Seniors in the Theatre Department. The cast included all of the actors who played characters in "The Man Who Came to Dinner", which was the play presented by the Theatre Department earlier this year.

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Principal's Desk

One of the most common summer questions I receive is about which school supplies students will need for the upcoming year. Knowing that there are excellent Back to School sales in August, we would recommend purchasing this list of supplies to make the transition back to school a little easier!

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Dean's View

We are only two weeks away from the start of the 2017-2018 academic year and Grauer's Dean Team is enthusiastically awaiting getting to know the new students and reconnect with familiar faces. Here are some important updates and reminders to help Grauer students get ready for the first day of school.

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Stuart's Column

Dr. Grauer's Column - Normal Mistakes

Since everyone is about to start school again next week, it's a good time for Dr. Grauer to come clean and talk about mistakes. But, the mistakes he's talking about are often unquestioned as "truths" and presumed as normalcy in educational circles—otherwise known as "normal mistakes."

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