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Students Participate in Mock Election
Posted on 11/08/2016
On Friday, Nov. 4 GES students were able to fulfill their civic duty. PreK-6th grade students voted for a presidential candidate. Students received "I Voted" stickers after casting their vote. After all polls closed, students were able to analyze results among other students from our school, district, state and the entire United States. (See full article for additional photos).  READ MORE...
Willy Wonka Musical
Posted on 11/04/2016
Gramercy Elementary Magnet School’s 5th and 6th graders presented the musical “Willy Wonka” on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 in the GES cafeteria to an enthusiastic audience.  READ MORE...
honor roll
1st Nine Weeks Honor Roll
Posted on 11/02/2016
Congratulations to the following students who earned honor roll during the first nine weeks.  READ MORE...
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Grandparents' Day at GES
Posted on 11/02/2016
GES/GEMS faculty and staff would like to thank all of the grandparents who came to picnic with their grandchildren on Friday, September 30th for Grandparent’s Day. Faculty and staff welcomed the grandparents and thanked them for being a positive role model in the lives of our students. With perfect Fall weather, the families gathered outside with snacks for their grandchildren. We enjoyed honoring you on YOUR day. Happy Grandparent’s Day!  READ MORE...
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Fire Prevention Week
Posted on 11/02/2016
GES/GEMS Celebrate Fire Prevention Week GES/GEMS faculty, staff, and students would like to thank our St. James Parish’s volunteer firefighters for visiting us on Monday, October 17th. Local firefighters stressed the importance of fire safety to our pre-kindergarteners through 2nd graders. They questioned our students on what they should you do if there is a fire. They emphasized the significance of getting out of your house or building and getting to safety. One of the firefighters demonstrated what you should do should your clothing catch on fire – “Stop, Drop, and Roll”. - Stop where you are. - Drop to the ground and cover your eyes and mouth with your hands. - Roll over and over and back and forth until the flames are out. - Get help from a grown-up who will cool the burn and get medical help. Even Sparky, the fire dog, made a special appearance. As the firefighter dressed in his fire gear, he explained why he needed his fire protected equipment and reminded them not to be afraid of a firefighter. They are there to help. Pictured are Anthony Lear, Sr. (firefighter) with his grandsons, Ayden and Baylen. Thank you, firefighters, for your service and for visiting Gramercy Elementary School!  READ MORE...
Turn Markers Into Energy
Posted on 10/17/2016
We are excited to announce that GES has recycled 4,087 markers through the Crayola ColorCycle program.   READ MORE...
Kelly Cantillo, Support Person of the Year
Posted on 05/02/2016
Congratulations to Mrs. Kelly Cantillo for being chosen support person of the year at Gramercy Elementary. Mrs. Cantillo is a LPN/ Paraprofessional. She instructs special needs students with our language, reading, and math programs while utilizing the “Teaching as Applied Behavioral Analysis” program that our district has implemented within all of our self-contained classrooms.   READ MORE...
Principal of the Year
Principal of the Year
Posted on 04/07/2016
Congratulations to Kay Dornier from Gramercy Elementary School for being selected as the Principal of the Year for St. James Parish. She has also been chosen as a semi-finalist for Louisiana's Elementary School Principal of the Year. Good luck on the next round.  READ MORE...
One Love
Gator Love Plus One Love
Posted on 04/06/2016
GES Third Graders recently completed a Social Studies unit on The Economy of Louisiana. Throughout the unit, students were able to get tips on earning, saving and spending. The students also learned about entreprenship, which happen to feature Mr. Todd Graves, owner of Raising Cane’s Restaurants. Mrs. Stark sent a message to the staff of Mr. Graves to let him know they were learning about him this week and to find a way to connect him and the students. The students were able to send any questions they wanted to ask Mr. Graves. He then answered the questions with a video and sent goodies to the students. The students were thrilled  READ MORE...

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