18-19 Handbook.doc - Student Handbook Mission Statement Grant Elementary School is a family-friendly school where children acquire the knowledge and

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Student Handbook Mission Statement Grant Elementary School is a family-friendly school where children acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to work, interact, learn, problem-solve, and care for themselves and each other.
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Breakfast and Lunch Program Grant School offers a breakfast and lunch program. Breakfast is served at 7:50 a.m. Students eating breakfast must enter through the N. 5 th Street doors only and may line up at 7:45 a.m. If students finish breakfast before 8:05 a.m., they are dismissed to the playground and they will line up and enter with their class at the bell. Regular Prices Breakfast: $1.40 a day Lunch: $2.60 a day Milk: $0.40 a day Reduced Prices (Application must be completed and approved.) Breakfast $0.30 a day Lunch $0.40 a day Free and reduced meal application blanks are available in the school office throughout the school year. A new application must be completed each school year. On-Line Services for the School Meal Program The Simple Way to Pay for School Meals You may view account balances, schedule automatic payments, or make payments anytime from mobile app. The School Nutrition Department has implemented an online service for the meals program. Parents will use their child’s ID number to set up their account on . com. If you are in need of your child’s ID number, please call the school office. The Grant School Office does not accept meal payments. All cash or checks must be included in a labeled envelope and put in the locked DROP BOX located inside the Fifth Street entrance of our building. For more information about the online meals program, please see: Soda and beverages in glass containers are not allowed at school.
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Grant School Staff 2018-2019 Teacher Grade/Subject Room Number Patrick Neils Principal Tara Rothe Kindergarten 1 Chris Conway Kindergarten 22 Mindy Galbraith-Witting Kindergarten 21 Karin Bulkow Kindergarten 20 Julie Dentz/Ann Meseck Grade 1 2 Mara Colella Grade 1 3 Kathryn Meyer Grade 1 4 Nancy LeMahieu Grade 1 D Casey Scheuren Grade 2 5 Lynn Glavan Grade 2 6 Nicole Herrmann Grade 2 7 Amy Luedtke Grade 2 8 Nicole Hornickel/Tanya Wesener Grade 3 9 Julie Brandt-Casper Grade 3 13 Angela Parks Grade 3 10 Kelly Schmitz Grade 3 11 Edward Moberg Grade 4 14 Nancy Ebertz Grade 4 15 Amy Schulze Grade 4 16 Mandy Metropolis Grade 5 12 Shelley Sorenson Grade 5 17 Steven Timm Grade 5 18 Michele Konrad Art 19 Ryan Rabe Instrumental Music C Heidi Hansen-Grotbeck Interventionist-Reading/Math B Ann Hering OT G Janet Schmitz PT G Kathy Kobelsky Psychologist Rebecca Sewacki Title I F Amie Veldman CWD G Christine Thiel CWD G Tracy Steger CWD K Jennifer Priesgen Vocal Music H Nan Minster Librarian J John VanVeghel Physical Education Jean Kolb ELL E Angela Shinners ELL L/M Susan Tessner ELL L/M Kimberly Mueller Speech/Language N Lisa Biemann School Counselor O Danielle Holman Reading Interventionist B Alexnis Cinealis ELL Educational Assistant KaBao Thao ELL Educational Assistant Pa Ker Xiong
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