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McGraw's McGlee Club choir was one of three highlighted elementary school choirs that performed at the Poudre School District Honor Choir concert on February 24. It was a treat to hear McGlee Club practicing all year and then see how everything came together in an amazing performance. Congratulations to Jaden Ly, Rebekah Parke, Maya Stanley, and Lauren Sampson who represented McGraw in the all-district honor choir which included 2-4 students from every elementary school. Nice job choir members and a big thank you to Miss Harrison for giving of her time and talents!
Bekah Parke was chosen to represent McGraw at the Poudre School District Superintendent’s Art Show. Her woven pouch will be displayed at the PSD main office for the next year. Her art will also be shown on the district website slideshow. Only one student artist from each school is chosen. This is a huge accomplished! Excellent job, Bekah!
Former McGraw student Noah Spagnuolo took action as a result of his 5th Grade PYP Exhibition project on mosquito-borne illness. This action, in coordination with the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory, has led to the creation of a Bluebird nesting box monitoring project in Larimer Country. See the following article for more details about the project and the inspiration for Noah's action.
Hello McGraw parents;
Just a friendly reminder to help your kids come dressed prepared to go out to recess every day. A reminder for snowy days:
- If students are in boots, snow pants, etc. they will be able to go out and play in the snow.
- If students do not have boots, they cannot go out in the snow but get to play just on the blacktop.
Congratulations to the McGraw community for participating in Cans Around the Oval. Werner Elementary challenged us to see which school could collect the most canned food for the Larimer County Food Bank and we won! As a result, Mr. Brinkman will wear a tutu and Ms.
Did you know redeeming Morning Fresh Dairy bottle caps is an easy way we can raise extra funds for our school? Each cap is worth $0.05 a piece when returned to Morning Fresh. The following are the bottle caps from Morning Fresh Dairy that can go into our collection: white milk (all varieties), chocolate milk, whipping cream, half & half, lemonade (seasonal), eggnog (seasonal), and orange juice. We have a goal of 10,000 caps collected by the last day of school in May. The cap collection containers are in the hallway just outside of the front office. Questions, Ideas, Concerns?
Many changes have taken place over the summer at McGraw in preparation for school to begin this August. Please read our August Back to School Newsletter to learn more and to help prepare your child and yourself for a successful school year.
After 20 years McGraw is excite and honored to once again be chosen as a National Arbor Day School!
Along with an assembly with city and district representatives, our students are writing poems and naming their grade level trees. The trees were planted the week of April 14. McGraw will be recognized at an upcoming City Council meeting as this year’s Arbor Day School. You can see ribbons on the trees that were planted 20 years ago along with the 15 new ones planted this year. Theese new plantings compliment the installation of the McGraw Nature Center, which began in March.
The 50% off Spring Book Fair is right around the corner and we are still trying to fill some volunteer shifts for later in the week. Please click on this link: https://mcg.psdschools.org/spring-book-fair to get more info and sign up. It's easy and fun!