Grauer Music Classes Sharing Their Music On Campus
Students in Isaac Langen's and Tom Hopper's Music classes have been sharing their creative music with everyone else on campus this week. We are all so appreciative that we're able to hear live music on campus this year!
- The students in Period 7: Advanced Music class used handbells to work out the notes and play the "Harry Potter" movie theme as a group during class in the Gazebo on Monday, September 13. They also performed the handbell song at the schoolwide assembly on Tuesday, September 14.
- In honor of next week's Expeditions, students in Period 6: Advanced Music performed "I Want To Get Away" and students in Period 5: Music 2 class performed "Party in the USA" at the assembly.
- The students in the 7th Grade Music Rotation class played a wide variety of different types of drums together in class while learning how to keep a regular beat with Isaac on Tuesday, September 14.
What is the best way to deal with procrastinating students? Dr. Grauer discusses the best techniques to handle chronic procrastinators, aka "Master Procrastinators", in this week's column.
From Jessi Brown, Government Teacher: The annual Advocacy and Activism Fair showcased projects presented by 12th Grade students in Government class. The advocacy and activism project is an assignment where the students take the initiative to learn about and act on a major world problem they care about.
At the beginning of the school year, 11th and 12th Grade students can volunteer to be mentors to a middle school student. Grauer's mentoring program provides opportunities for peer role modeling from the older students and friendship for the younger students.
The Visual & Performing Arts Department presented their High School Theatre & Visual Arts Café Night on November 18. The Theatre performances featured dramatic scenes and monologues from plays, films, and television shows. Visual Arts projects were displayed in the Art Room during the event.
Most high school seniors experience “senioritis” as they navigate the pressures of finishing high school and the uncertainty about their future. This week, Dr. Grauer discusses his own feelings of “senioritis” and how he manages it.
The Grauer High School ASB held a Food Drive for The San Diego Food Bank. They collected an impressive total of 349 pounds of donated food, which provides approximately 235 meals to the Food Bank!