News and Events
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October update on the Growth Boundaries discussion
September 19, 2013 | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 23, 2013 | Contact: email@example.com or visit website www.seattlespecialedptsa.org
You are invited to join the Graham Hill Family Engagement Action Team
The Graham Hill FEAT team would like your input as they plan a one-year plan for improving partnership and improving student success; if you are interested please click on the language below to find out more information
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Fathers Standing in the Gap
fathers creating a healthy & strong community through positive relationships with Graham Hill Scholars.
2nd Monday of each month in Graham Hill Lunchroom 6:00pm-7:00pm
Volunteer 2 hours a month at Graham Hill Elementary and attend monthly meetings
Mr. Ray or Mr. Kodama
Student information: Information for Huchoosedah After-School Program
If you are interested in applying: Application for Huchoosedah After-School Program
House Administrator/Principal Intern
South Shore School
September 27, 2013 | Contact: Graham Hill 206-252-7140
Official Announcement- read about it here
I am so happy to announce that Graham Hill Elementary has been selected to receive the City of Seattle Elementary Innovation Award! Following a rigorous process of data analysis and telling the sweet story of Graham Hill, our school was awarded the highest amount at $316K/year, which is renewable for six years (per meeting our milestones).
Thank you to the families and voters who made this investment with the City of Seattle possible. It is a day of celebrating the audacity of hope, high expectations, and authentic innovation at Graham Hill!
Laurie Morrison, Ed.D.
Girls on the Run was a success at Graham Hill Elementary School this fall. It was the first time Girls on the Run was at Graham Hill. There were three volunteer coaches and 15 girls from third through fifth grade who participated. Each of the 15 girls attended 20 practices and embodied the Girls on the Run spirit. They all crossed the finish line on December 1, 2012 at the Girls on the Run 5K. Here are some of their favorite memories of Girls on the Run from fall 2012:
"Running with my running buddy at the 5K." -Halle, 5th grade
"Running with my running buddy at the 5K because it was just really fun." -Zoe, 4th grade
"Running the 5K and finishing it. Also meeting all the nice girls in this group and my running buddy." -Jazmin, 3rd
"Practicing our 5K because we were just running." -Fatou, 4th grade
"Meeting my running buddy and running through the finish line of balloons. I also liked doing the community project and making the cookies and trying to keep up with the coaches." -Addy, 5th grade
"Running through the finish line of balloons and when we met our running buddies and ran the practice 5K."
-Lilly, 5th grade
"When we completed the 5K and I got my medal." -Kidest, 4th grade
"I liked learning the running games and running with the coaches around the track." -Rachel, 5th grade
"I liked doing the adjectives before our names when we were getting to know each other." -Helpful Husna, 4th gr
"Receiving my medal and meeting my running buddy." -Jimena, 5th grade
"Getting to make up another name and getting to know everyone and meeting my running buddy." -Summer, 3rd
"When I ran with my running buddy she kind of kept me going." -Sierra, 3rd grade
"My favorite part was when we got to meet our running buddies and do the practice, but I also really liked the part when the days were numbered until our 5K. I was really excited the big day was approaching. We also got to play games and learn more about ourselves." -Madelin, 3rd grade
"My favorite part was running in the 5K with my running buddy, meeting my running buddy and running really fast towards the finish line with everybody cheering." -Allison, 4th grade
Girls on the Run, Girls on the Run, Girls on the Run is so much FUN!