Spirit Week continued last Wednesday through Friday, November 1-3, with the following activities scheduled for each day:
- Wednesday was "Western Day", everyone wore plaid shirts, cowboy hats, and boots to represent their classes. The lunchtime game was Wheelbarrow Races.
- Thursday was "Grease/Greece Day", where some students wore clothing like those worn in the movie "Grease", some students wore togas from the country of Greece. The lunchtime activity was an Egg Run.
- Friday was a very colorful day on the Grauer campus because everyone was dressed in Class Colors. The lunchtime activity was a series of Dodgeball games between different grades and the faculty.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in Spirit Week, and thanks to the ASB for coordinating all of the fun activities for our students and faculty! The final results of the Spirit Week competition are listed below:
- 1st Place: 11th Grade
- 2nd Place: Tie between 12th Grade and Faculty
- 3rd Place: 9th Grade
- 4th Place: Tie between 10th and 7th Grades
- 5th Place: 8th Grade
Enjoy this slideshow of Spirit Week fun!!
On February 9, The Grauer School celebrated its annual Asian Lunar New Year assembly to welcome the Year of the Dog. The afternoon began with a Chinese food lunch, followed by music and dance performances.
Grauer's Shockwave Robotics hosted and competed in the FTC League Championship here on campus on Saturday, February 10.
On February 7, Grauer's Music teachers, Isaac Langen and Tom Hopper, took a group of high school and middle school musicians to perform at Somerford Place, an Alzheimer's care center located next to The Grauer School.
Isaac Langen and Tom Hopper took their 7th grade students to the Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad on Thursday, February 8. The class took a tour of the museum and tried out a lot of interesting instruments during their field trip.
8th grade students Lourdes F. '22 and Julian I. '22 entered their science projects in the Greater San Diego Science & Engineering Fair. Congratulations to these students for taking their work to the next level and sharing it with the community.
On February 3, The Grauer School Surf Team defeated High Tech High at Army Navy Academy in Carlsbad. Congratulations to all our surfers who showed up in a big way to overcome one of the top rated teams in our division.
Grauer's High School Archery Team hosted and won their first league competition on February 3 against John Muir High School. Grauer won the meet with an exciting head-to-head one arrow team shootoff that put Grauer up with a final score of 69 to 64. Go, Gorillas!
Grauer French teacher Frida LeBreton took her students on a field trip last week to visit a factory that makes traditional French caramel. The "Le Caramel" factory is located in El Cajon, and they sell many different caramel products including caramel candy, caramel sauce, and much more.
On February 5, a large group of exchange students from Taiwan visited The Grauer School. They spent time with Grauer students in PE class and in Physical Science class where they worked together on a STEM lesson.
Grauer's Senior class held their "Pie A Senior" fundraiser last Friday, February 2. The seniors sold shaving cream pies for $20 each to raise funds for Grad Night. Throwing pies at seniors proved to be very popular with students and staff!