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"A Barnyard Moosical"
Posted on 03/24/2017
Gramercy Elementary Magnet School’s Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students performed in their first mini-musical “A Barnyard Moosical” on Wednesday, March 15th. In this hilarious and imaginative mini-musical, we met a unique and talented group of animals living at an unusual farm. Between the gourmet goats who refused to eat garbage, a chorus line of hoofing cows, neatnik pigs, and funky chickens, the musical surely did tickle the imagination and funny bone of the performers and the audience alike.   READ MORE... about "A Barnyard Moosical"
Community Helpers
Community Helpers
Posted on 03/07/2017
During our two-week unit on Community Helpers, various people around the community came in to talk to the Pre-K classes at Gramercy Elementary about their jobs. Among those were a few men from our local Fire and Police Department. The men spoke to the children about what they do on a daily basis and how they help keep the community safe. The children got to see the equipment and various others tools the men use when on the job. The children loved getting to go inside the cop car and hearing about the things these men do to help us each day. We would like to thank Sergeant Dustin Tomlinson, Detective Keelon Francis, Deputy Ray Marzilli, and Detective Joseph Spadoni, Jr. (not pictured).  READ MORE... about Community Helpers
Aesop's Adventures
Posted on 03/06/2017
GEMS Performs “An Aesop Adventure” The “Aesop Adventure” is a musical made up of short skits and songs related to well-known fables. The GEMS 1st and 2nd grade students performed the stories of The Lion and the Mouse, The Fox and the Grapes, The Ant and the Grasshopper, The Boy Who Cried "Wolf", The Tortoise and Hare, and the Crow and the Pitcher. The Lion and the Mouse tells the story of a Lion who was kind to a mouse by letting him go free instead of eating him. To repay the kindness the Mouse later frees the Lion from a trap by eating the nets he is caught in. The Fox and the Grapes teaches children that they should not give up if at first they don't succeed, because they may miss out on something great. The Ant and the Grasshopper demonstrates that hard work pays off. The Boy Who Cried "Wolf" teaches that you should always be honest. The Tortoise and the Hare shows us that you should take your time to do something so it is done right, otherwise you may not have the desired result. Finally the Crow and the Pitcher shows us that there is more than one way to reach your goal.   READ MORE... about Aesop's Adventures
Teacher of the Year
GES Announces Teacher of the Year
Posted on 01/17/2017
Mrs. Abby Baker has been selected as Gramercy Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Baker has been teaching for 14 years of which 13 years have been at Gramercy Elementary School. Mrs. Baker is also a National Board Certified Teacher. She currently teaches 3rd grade Math and Science at Gramercy Magnet. Mrs. Baker is the Founder and Chairperson of the Gator Gala, Chief Editor of the Gator Times, Yearbook Advisor, and After-Care Teacher. Mrs. Baker is very passionate about reaching academic goals in order for her students to be successful.   READ MORE... about GES Announces Teacher of the Year
Student of the Year
GES Announces Student of the Year
Posted on 01/16/2017
Kailey Bourgeois, a 5th grade student at Gramercy Elementary Magnet School, has been selected as GES Student of the Year. Kailey is the daughter of Kristy Bourgeois and the late Bradley Bourgeois of Gramercy, LA. Kailey is a well-rounded, honor roll student at GEMS. This year she captured the lead role in our school’s musical, “Willy Wonka”. She is a member of the GEMS gymnasts, GEMS Gatorettes Dance Team, 4-H Club, Student Council, and Beta Club. Outside of school, Kailey is involved in a number of activities including dance and baseball. She has been a student at Yvonne’s Directions in Dance where she has been a part of the annual ballet productions. She has also played recreational and travel ball. Kailey also enjoys going on summer vacations with her family and going to Saints’ games.   READ MORE... about GES Announces Student of the Year
Beta Officers
Jr. Beta Inductions
Posted on 01/09/2017
On Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Gramercy Elementary School proudly inducted a new harvest of members into the Junior Beta Club. Fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students were invited to join the club based on academic achievement and good character. Congratulations to all new and existing members, as well as to the newly inducted Junior Beta officers!  READ MORE... about Jr. Beta Inductions
Science Fair Winner
Science Fair Winners
Posted on 01/02/2017
Gramercy Elementary School held its annual science fair on Friday, December 9, 2016. With over 80 entries, the judges had a difficult time in choosing the top projects. All students participating in the science fair were presented with “special” awards. Winners will participate in the district’s science fair at the Science and Math Academy to be held on Thursday, January 21, 2016. We would like to wish all of our winners good luck in the next phase of judging.  READ MORE... about Science Fair Winners
Toys for Tots
Jr. Beta Club Spreads Good Cheer
Posted on 12/20/2016
Our Jr. BETA Club members helped to spread Christmas cheer as each member donated over 100 toys and gifts to St. Vincent de Paul’s as part of our December service project. The students have learned that the holiday season is not just about receiving gifts but about spreading the joy of giving to others. We hope that our contributions have brought happiness to the recipients of our gifts. Merry Christmas from the GES BETA Club!   READ MORE... about Jr. Beta Club Spreads Good Cheer

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