Grauer Student Makes History Come Alive
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Rhian B. '19 for being featured in an article "Unsung hero no more: Encinitas student writes a song about civil rights protester" in the September 11, 2018 edition of the San Diego Union Tribune newspaper (click here to read the article).
The article describes Rhian's project for last year's U.S. History class with Alicia Tembi, when Rhian wrote a song called "A War That Can't Be Won (When I Speak)" to honor Juliette Hampton Morgan, an unsung Civil Rights hero. The project had a very special outcome because Juliette Hampton Morgan's family members heard the song on Youtube and connected with Rhian and her family to tell her how much the song meant to them.
This week, Dr. Grauer invites you to go far out into nature in a vivid and immersive short read, long on implications.
This week, sit in on a Grauer School faculty meeting as Dr. Grauer workshops teachers on a great life passion: “Getting outside!”
Holiday Greetings from The Grauer School! We hope you enjoy viewing our Grauer Holiday video, and we wish you a beautiful and happy holiday season.
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.
Is your child self-driven and in charge of their own lives? This week's column gives some important advice for parents who want to set their children on a path towards being responsible for getting their work done, without nagging, arguing, and constant reminders.
Congratulations to Grauer's Middle School Robotics team, the Grauer GorilLegos #3195, for competing in the First Lego League (FLL) SoCal Regional Tournament at Legoland on Saturday, December 8.