We have some great events coming up in October including our Family Skate Night on Oct 18th, "Enchanted Forest" book fair from Oct 22-26th, our very fun Fall Festival on Oct 26th and the annual Storybook Parade on Oct 31st. You can now purchase your wristbands online by clicking: Family Skate Night and Fall Festival.
Friday, October 12th is the deadline to sign up as a family sponsor to have your name included on the annual Tiger Trek shirt! Click on the Tiger Family Sponsor Form to sign up today! Families are more than welcome to become Tiger Partners anytime during the year, but due to printing deadlines, any families joining after Friday will not be named on the shirt.
Family Skate Night on October 18th
Grady's "Enchanted Forest" Scholastic Book Fair will be held in the Kathryn Hance Media Center from October 22-26. We'll receive a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level, and all purchases benefit our school! If we reach the Book Fair sales goal of $12,000, Media Specialist Nick Tsourakis will be SLIMED during the Fall Festival!!
We need your help! Please Click Here to Volunteer for the Book Fair.
Fall Festival is on Friday, October 26th from 5pm - 8pm. It’s a very fun family night with a book fair booth, bounce houses, lots of games, 5th grade bake sale, magic show and more!!! Click on Purchase Fall Festival Wristbands to buy online your pre-sale wristbands by Tuesday, October 23rd. Pre-sale wristbands cost $15 for the first and $10 for additional wristbands. Each wristband includes: unlimited booths and games, magic show, 1 slice of pizza, 1 drink, 1 bag of chips, 1 popcorn and 1 popsicle.
To make the fall festival successful, we depend on parent volunteers to help run the games and booths.Volunteers are needed from 4pm - 9pm. Please click on volunteer to sign up or contact the homeroom parent for your child's classroom.
Your students will be receiving their donation envelopes on October 16th. Tuesday, October 30th is the last day to turn in money to guarantee a Tiger Trek t-shirt, which can be worn as a spirit shirt during the week. You can turn in money collected through the envelope provided or online donations are accepted here.
Got used markers? ColorCycle them at Grady
What is Crayola ColorCycle? Crayola’s latest sustainability initiative designed to repurpose markers, highlighters and dry erase markers. All marker brands are accepted.
How do I help? Collect markers and drop them off in the front office or your student can give them to our art teacher, Debonique Grigsby.
For more information, click on ColorCycle.