Beam Signing Tradition at The Grauer School
Celebrating Tradition! The Grauer School's students, staff, and alumni came together for a Beam Signing Celebration on Wednesday, December 19. Everyone climbed a ladder to sign the large beam on the front of The Justice Center, Grauer's newest building that is currently in the final days of construction. Some just signed their name with a flourish, while others wrote their own personal message to dedicate the building.
This is a Grauer School tradition that has been celebrated for every building on our campus, as well as the sprinkling of sand and pebbles from all over the world under each foundation.
Have you ever wondered what a Head of School does all day? In this week's column, Dr. Grauer takes us through one of his busy days, answering this important question: What if our smallest actions connected with the largest purposes in our lives?
Thanks to everyone who came to Grauer's campus on Saturday, May 18 and supported our talented musicians and artists at this year’s annual Grauerpalooza Arts Festival. This is our 15th year of the festival and it is one of our favorite events of the year.
This week's column is a fun matching exercise to see how much you know about The Grauer School. You're guaranteed to learn a few things about The Grauer School while you're figuring out these little-known Grauer School facts!
The Grauer School recently held their 15th annual observation of the UNESCO International Day of Tolerance. Dr. Grauer kicked off the event with a thought-provoking talk on his reflections about tolerance, which he shares in this week's column.
What's in a hug? In this week's column, Dr. Grauer talks about the power of a hug, and how that small but important personal connection is needed now more than ever.
On Saturday, May 4, The Grauer School will host our biggest Gala ever, transforming our entire campus into a magical world of celebration, in honor of nature and the great outdoors. This celebration is just one of many the ways we are bringing “the outside in” at Grauer. And here’s why.