Susan Lutes
We are so proud of our Grantfork students who acheived marathon status! Mini Marathon is a great experience for our students to support & encourage the primary students as they run their last mile!
2 months ago, Susan Lutes
Susan Lutes
We were overwhelmed with the love & support we were shown during teacher appreciation week! The food, treats & gifts were amazing & we definitely felt the love! We feel so fortunate to get to know our center schools families – you are all special to us!
2 months ago, Susan Lutes
Susan Lutes
We would like to thank the IL Dept of Transportation for their help & support in making our garden beds a reality! Not only did they donate the dirt, but they brought the equipment & manpower to fill them! We thanked them & they said, no thanks necessary – it’s “for the kids”!
2 months ago, Susan Lutes
Marissa Weiss
Ms. Weiss’ 4th grade class won the No Screens Week challenge. As their reward they got to slime Mrs. Tolbert!
3 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Susan Lutes
Parent Orientation at HMS for parents of current 5th grade students
3 months ago, Susan Lutes
Susan Lutes
Our district will be replacing the bleachers at both Center schools this summer! Although we are very excited about this project, there is much nostalgia in these old wooden bleachers! They are original to the school which was built in 1953! Call the school for more info
4 months ago, Susan Lutes
Susan Lutes
Grantfork Marathon Club is off to a great start! All our teachers and many students already achieved their first goal towards marathon status! Today we were honored to have our Grantfork Police Officers joins us as well!
4 months ago, Susan Lutes
Marissa Weiss
4th graders demonstrated the process of weathering, erosion, and deposition in science today!
4 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
Mrs. Warnecke’s class has been practicing fractions using their fraction kits!
4 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Susan Lutes
Ms. Barb Kay visited our fifth grade class for a meet the press discussion. The year was 1810 and the United States is dealing with a few issues. Each student represented a person from that era – such as An Illinois Farmer, Former President Jefferson, Tecumseh, A New England Shop Keeper, etc. The students discussed the problems and possible solutions, not everyone agreed and the discussion got quite lively!
4 months ago, Susan Lutes
Marissa Weiss
Mrs. Warnecke’s class presented their Weathering Presentations today. They found problems caused by weathering around our school and came up with solutions for these problems.
5 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
Betsy Ross and Paul Revere payed our school a visit today to tell students more about President’s Day and the history of the United States! 🇺🇸
5 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
4th graders worked together to mend the “Synonym Broken Hearts” 💕
5 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
5th graders experimented in science this week!
6 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
A few more pictures from our Spelling Bee today 🐝
6 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
Thanks to all who came out for our Happy Birthday Illinois celebration this morning! We hope to see you at Parents Night Out tonight at Alhambra Primary! Doors open at 5, and the festivities will begin at 5:30!
6 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
We are so proud of all the students who participated in the Spelling Bee today! Congratulations Grant (1st place) and Karley (2nd place)!🏆🐝
6 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Susan Lutes
Grantfork Christmas Program is tonight, Thursday, December 20th. Doors open at 6:15pm, program begins at 6:30pm. Please enter & exit through the cafeteria doors! Parents should keep their students coats with them, as they won't go back to the classroom after the program ends! Hope to see you tonight!
7 months ago, Susan Lutes
Cynthia Tolbert
Happy Birthday Illinois celebration will begin at 9:15 at Alhambra Primary. Doors open at 9 AM. All are welcome to attend! There will be a shuttle bus available to those people who choose to park at the Baptist church, Legion Hall or on the side streets near the school. The shuttle will begin to run at 8:45 AM. It will run until 12:00. The celebration will begin promptly at 9:15 AM.
8 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Marissa Weiss
Grantfork Elementary and Alhambra Primary are getting ready for our Happy Birthday Illinois celebration! We are SO excited! We hope you will join us on Friday morning!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
More from 4th grade science this week!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
4th graders have been studying waves and light reflection in science this week!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
We are having a blast with Nitro Joe this morning!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
Just a reminder that November 20th is the last day for early registration!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Cynthia Tolbert
No school on Thursday, November 15th!
8 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Marissa Weiss
Students enjoyed our visit from the Air Elite Dunkers this morning during our VIP Assembly!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
Students enjoyed our visit from the Air Elite Dunkers this morning during our VIP Assembly!
8 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
Grantfork Elementary and Alhambra Primary students helped recognize veterans at the Veteran’s Day assembly today.
9 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
4th grade students are beginning to work on their Illinois’ Natural Disasters projects.
9 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Marissa Weiss
4th and 5th grade students enjoyed their Fall Festival parties this week!
9 months ago, Marissa Weiss
Cynthia Tolbert
Bully Prevention-Wear blue
9 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Cynthia Tolbert
Fire Safety Day
9 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Cynthia Tolbert
Red Ribbon Week- Cami day
9 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Cynthia Tolbert
Happy 200th birthday Illinois!
9 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Cynthia Tolbert
Parents Night Out Registration Form
9 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Cynthia Tolbert
Parents Night Out
9 months ago, Cynthia Tolbert
Matt Fredericksen
Please help me congratulate one of our very own Center school teachers, Christy Zeller, for winning the 2018 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award. The Emerson Excellence in Teaching Awards program, sponsored by Emerson, annually recognizes more than 100 educators in the St. Louis metropolitan area – from kindergarten teachers to college professors – who are examples of excellence in their field.
10 months ago, Matt Fredericksen