Back to School Information

Back to School Information

Last week we sent out the Back to School Issue of #WhatsUpAtGRACE. If you have not already, please read this document before school starts as it contains a lot of information that will help next week proceed smoothly.

Required Forms: Prior to the start of school on August 10th

  • The Emergency Information Record must be completed for all students. You can fill out this form on your computer, but you will need to print a copy to bring to school. If possible, please print double sided.
  • The Conduct Commitment Form must be printed and signed by both students and parents
  • The Technology Orientation Videos must be completed for all students and parents in grades 4-12. We encourage you to watch the videos together. If you have questions for our technology team, they will be available on both campuses during the meet and greet on August 9th (3:00-5:00pm).

Supplemental Medical Information

If your student takes any medicine (over the counter or prescription) while at school or if they have allergies that warrant special measures (Epipen, etc.), you should bring in the appropriate medication as well as the Medical Administration Form and/or Allergy Action Form.

Student Drivers

For students who will be driving to school, a Parking Registration Form must be submitted. We will be using parking stickers this year and each student will receive a window cling to place on the lower left corner of their windshield.

Solar Eclipse

As you may know, on August 21st, there will be a solar eclipse that will be clearly visible to us in North Carolina (pray for clear skies). We are excited about our students being able to see and participate in this rare phenomenon. We have bought safety glasses for each student and faculty member to protect their eyes and look forward to educating our students about and participating in this event.

Supply Lists

Supply lists for each grade are on the GRACE Website on the Summer Work and Supplies page. For students in grades K-3, we have recently added headphones to your lists. For students in grades 4-12, if a flash drive is listed on your list, that can be considered optional as students will have access to cloud-based storage.