Grauer Student Achieves Eagle Scout Rank
Congratulations to Grauer senior Bennett P. '19 on being award the rank of Eagle Scout at a special Court of Honor ceremony on Sunday, March 10! This achievement capped his 7 years in Boy Scouts Troop #2000 that has paralleled his time at Grauer. His trail to earning the Eagle rank included taking on several troop leadership positions of increasing responsibility, helping organize and run his Troop’s Haunted Hotel event in Olivenhain, earning many merit badges, and learning skills to be an outdoorsman. Bennett completed a special service project to finalize his Eagle Scout requirements, which included planning, fundraising for, and leading the construction to build a set of playground blocks for the preschool of the Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church that sponsors his troop.
For this week's column, Dr. Grauer has invited guest author Dana Abplanalp-Diggs, Principal of The Grauer School, to offer a peek into the day-to-day workings of high school.
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The Grauer School is featured in the October/November 2019 edition of 92130 Magazine. Get an in-depth look at what makes Grauer so special!
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We're all familiar with gossip, whether we have engaged in it ourselves or observed others gossiping. What are the harmful effects of gossip in a school community, and how can we combat the effects and prevent gossip?