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350 S. Harrison   |   Tucson, AZ 85748   |    Office: 520-731-4600   |    Fax: 520-731-4601
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Gridley Information

Our Mission and The Pillars of PBIS

  • Our Mission
    The school’s mission is student excellence by concentrating on community, integrity and commitment. 
  • The Pillars of PBIS
    Be Safe;  Be Responsible;   Be Respectful; Be Kind

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Gridley Recognition Asssembly Videos
6th Grade Recognition Assembly Video     Oct 23, 2020    https://youtu.be/ueKKYhfYW_I

7th Grade Recognition Assembly Video     Oct 23, 2020   https://youtu.be/X5jg-43GpOk

 

8th Grade Recognition Assembly Video     Oct 23, 2020   https://youtu.be/INqf05zVnGU

 
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What Makes Us Special

The focus at Gridley Middle School is on individual student academic achievement, with teachers and staff teaming up to make sure students can do their best. The team approach helps students feel engaged and connected to their school and their learning. The school’s mission is student excellence by concentrating on community, integrity and commitment.

Using an integrated curriculum, students are encouraged to push themselves by getting involved in a nationally known Virtual Reality Lab, and a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program. Honors classes are offered in all core subjects, including Algebra for eighth graders.

Yet, it’s not just all science and math at Gridley. The school offers a Fine Arts program that comprises band, guitar, and orchestra for all grades. Keeping students busy all day also translates into afterschool programs. Gridley has a wide variety of extracurricular activities for all interests such as a garden and chicken coop club, book club, chess club and interscholastic sports.

Announcements

  • Dec 1, 8, 8, 10 - Benchmark Testing
    All testing will be conducting in the students' 5th period zoom classes (some exceptions,  ELL, Exceptional Ed)

    Dec 1 - Writing  (830 am)  ALL STUDENTS

    ELA (830 am) and MATH (1250 PM)

    Dec 7 = 7th grade,        Dec 8 = 6th Grade,       Dec 10 = 8th Grade

  • Site Council
    Site Council Mtgs 2020-2021:   Sept 23, Oct 21, Nov 18, Dec 16, Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 10, Apr 21, May 19  

    At 415pm currently meeting on Zoom

    For Site Council Information, see menu bar above --> FAMILY > SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL'

     

     

  • Dec 18 - Teacher Grading Day - No Classes
  • Dec 19 - Jan 3 - Winter Break No Classes --- School Restarts ON LINE January 4, 2021
  • UHS INFO AVAILABLE
    Please see  page 3 of our October Newsletter (found under the "FAMILY" tab) for information and links to apply.
  • Running Club, Anyone?
    Hey Gridley Grizzlies, are you interested in staying fit during remote learning? We are thinking about starting a running club and need you to complete 5 simple questions. 

    Click on the survey link below and help Coach Watson get the Running Club Running. Participants must have a current physical on file with the Gridley Nurse to be eligible to participate. Go Grizzlies!

    Click HERE for survey

     

     

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  • 2020-2021 School Year

    First Day for teachers August 3 - ON LINE

    First day for students August 10* - ON-LINE - Classes begin 8:30 am 

    November 12 - Hybrid Learning Plannned to Begin,  Remote Learning Continues **

    November 6 - Hybrid Learning Postponed -  See TUSD Superindent Letter - Remote to continue -  

          Hybrid to begin some time in January at the earlies

     

            *Note: Classes for all students begin remotely on Aug. 10, 2020. When deemed safe, students who have selected In-School Learning can return

            ** TUSD Board Meetinng vote to begin Hybrid Learning at Oct 27 Govening Borad Meeting

     

    From our Principal Mrs Montoya and our Assisant Principal Mr van Schie  (Nov 8, 3pm)

    Gridley Families, faculty and staff,
    I am sure that most of you received the message from Superintendent Trujillo Friday night [Nov 6]. We will continue learning virtually for the remainder of semester one. The Hybrid learning plan will not be implemented as planned.  Gridley will be using the current remote teaching schedule of the seven period day.  Please have students log into Clever and class meetings Monday [Nov 9] as they have previously..Dr Trujillo ensured us we will be informed at a later time when we might begin the hybrid schedule, which at the earliest would be second semester.
    We hope you had a restful weekend and we will see you in your Zoom classes tomorrow.
    Mrs. Montoya and Mr vanSchie

     

  • Letter from TUSD Superintendent - Nov 6
    Hybrid Start Delayed --> Click Here
  • TUCSON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT'S ON LINE REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE

    Dear TUSD Parents and Guardians,

    2020 – 2021 REGISTRATION is happening NOW Online! Use your Parent Vue to pre-register for next year now

    http://www.tusd1.org/Information/Enrollment/How-to-Enroll-Your-Child/2020-Registration

  • FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE
    Tot Shots Flier;  Free Flu Shots;  Every 2nd Saturday 9am - 12pm;   Vaccinations and Sports Physicals

    Free Clinic Services for Children under 18

    1501 N Campbell Rm 2304  ; 520-981-1142;    uacomtotshots@gmail.com 

  • FROM THE COUNSELORS- What Parents May Be Seeing is the Tip of the Iceberg
    Teens *Social Distancing *Covid 19 -- 

    What Parents May Be Seeing / Hearing--Excessive Screen Time, Swearing, Defiance, Disrespect, Ignoring, Complaining, Sneaking, Refusing, Fighting, Leaving

    What Teens May Be Experiencing -- Boredom, Helplessness, Lack of Skills. Disconnection, Emotionally Dis-Regulated, Fear, Worry, Confusion, Powerlessness, Misunderstanding, Worry About Social Status

    Rather than focusing on the tip of the iceberg, problem solve with teens by addressing what is under the surface ....

     

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