Grauer 11th Grade U.S. History Class Learns About Vietnam Conflict
From Paul-Michael Ogburn, U.S. History Teacher: The 11th grade U.S. History class hosted a Vietnam Veteran panel last week to humanize the convoluted, controversial Vietnam conflict. Veterans Norm Luker, Sal Pellerito and Len Gallo joined our class to share candid stories about their tours in Vietnam. Students asked thoughtful questions and learned a lot about the day-to-day realities of fighting the Viet Cong in the jungle, the challenging transition back to civilian life, and the differences between serving in the Navy and Army. A heartfelt thank you to Norm, Sal and Len for their time and their service, and for sharing their experiences with our students!
Our nation doubled the number of homeschooling students just in the past year. The tenets of homeschooling have always been a source of inspiration to The Grauer School.
Congratulations to all of The Grauer School's 12th Grade "Class of 2021" graduates! The graduates received their diplomas in ceremonies on campus on Friday, June 11, cheered on by their family and friends.
Congratulations to all of The Grauer School's 8th Grade graduates! The graduates received their diplomas in a ceremony on Friday, June 11, cheered on by their family and friends.
Ready for summer? This column is Dr Grauer’s “key note” to our graduating middle school students and it is guaranteed to launch you into a summer of joy and play!
The Grauer Faculty will be reading "Permission To Feel" this summer, and Dr. Grauer encourages you to read it with us. The book helps us to identify our emotions, understand the impact of those emotions on all aspects of our lives, and develop skills for using our emotions in healthy and productive ways.
Dr. Grauer shares a final tribute to Jeff Salz, anthropologist, father, adventurer, orator, teacher, and inspiration for many of The Grauer School's values and traditions. Whenever you were with him, it was just a given that this is a laughing universe we all live in.