Spring athletic pictures have been added to the Warlick Photography website and are available to order through May 17, 2019.Please email email@example.com if you have any questions. To view the pictures:
go to warlickphotography.com
click on GRACE Eagles
the password is TalonSports (note: the password is case sensitive)
Take the day-off from cooking! City BBQ is generously hosting an all-day GRACE Spirit event where every meal purchased by a GRACE supporter (just show your flyer and have them scan the barcode!) GRACE will receive a 25% donation of the total cost!
Kona Ice at Field Day, May 3, 2019
Kona Ice will be part of our Field Day festivities for all TK-5th grade students. We will be collecting $3 from each student. Forms will come home in your child’s folder the week of April 23rd. 7th-12th grade students will have the option to purchase Kona Ice during their lunch. Kona Ice has dye-free, gluten-free and sugar-free options.
Parent Summer Luau, May 15, 2019
GRACE Parents deserve some fun too! Come join PTF to celebrate the end of the school year. We provide breakfast while you relax and enjoy catching up with friends before school is out for the summer. An Eventbrite and Signup will come out after the break with more details!
School Supply Purchase Program, May 2019
PTF has a new school supply partner. We are happy to provide you with the opportunity to order your child’s school supplies for next year without ever leaving home. Our new partner 1stDay School Supplies provides all name brand, quality products. Be on the lookout for more information in the coming weeks.
Thank you to the many parent volunteers that transported and worked alongside our high school staff and students for our 2019 Community Service Day. Nearly 300 staff, student, and parent volunteers spent last Wednesday working for a variety of community-based ministries as part of our annual service day. Meanwhile, back on campus, 7th grade students packed over 10,000 meals with Rise Against Hunger and helped GRACE cross the 100,000 meals packed threshold.
Congratulations to the artists of the eight GRACE artworks that placed in the GFWC State Art Competition. This is the final GFWC Art Competition and includes the best artworks from the State of North Carolina. All contestants in the State Competition had advanced by previously placing first or second in the Raleigh Competition and the District VI Competition. What an accomplishment!
GRACE students had a successful day at the ACSI Math Olympics. All of the GRACE students did their best and represented our school well; we are proud of all 36 of our students. A special shout-out to the following students who placed in the top five of their grade/category:
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6:45-8:00 Interactive Stations
Race a Raspberry Pi Car
Create LED light shows with Raspberry Pi
Program and drive a robot
Fly a drone
Makey Makey games and challenges
We are pleased to partner with the NC Science Festival to open this event to the public, and we can’t wait to show off what technology we have been learning this year and discuss where this learning can lead!
Woodson, Emily – Silhouette Painting (alcohol inks/acrylic on plastic), Excellent
Woodworth, Caralyn – Faux Stained Glass (glass paint on plastic), Superior
Congratulationsto the 39 students from the Upper Campus who placed in the 2019 ACSI Art Festival. I think this may be our most successful year yet! Their artworks earned: 13 Excellent Red Ribbon Awards, 19 Superior Blue Ribbon Awards, and 7 Best of Show Awards for perfect scores from every judge in every category. Congratulations GRACE art Students!
Arruza, Lela – “Golden Hour” black mandala, Superior
Azamar, Kiara – Giacometti inspired sculpture, Superior