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 Grace Jordan - "Today's Learners, Tomorrow's Leaders"
 
School Announcements
Nachos with Numbers!
Grace Jordan students and their families had the opportunity to attend Nachos with Numbers, on May 5. The evening began with a delicious meal of nachos and salad while being entertained by the Mariachi Band, Mariachi Corasonito d Fuego (Little Heart of Fire). The recently formed band delighted the attendees with traditional Mexican music!
The evening continued with a variety of games involving math; More or Less, Place Value Pocket Charts, Subtraction Action, Roll an Array, Churro Walk, Fraction Fun, Geoboards, Fraction Fun to name a few!
The event proved to be enjoyable and created memories for all! A big thank you to parents, staff, student volunteers from Bishop Kelly and Borah High Schools, and the community for making the evening possible.
Grace Jordan Recognizes the Power of Volunteers!
Grace Jordan is extremely fortunate to have parents and community members who volunteer at our school†on a regular basis. Their commitment and dedication has allowed Grace Jordan's students to reach new heights, and†our staff and students wanted to find a way to thank these wonderful†members of our team. We†recently hosted a breakfast to recognize their tremendous†contributions to†our school. Our volunteers also received a Grace Jordan Volunteer
T-Shirt as a token of our appreciation. Approximately 100 people were recognized for their time and energy. On behalf of our entire staff and student body we would like to thank our amazing community for all that you do to make Grace Jordan Elementary School such a special place.

There is one word which may serve as a rule of practice for all one's life - reciprocity. ~Confucius
Oliver the Musical a Huge Success!
Grace Jordan's students, parents, and staff were recently treated to a terrific performance of Oliver. Our 5th and 6th grade students rehearsed for several weeks leading up to the performance, and their hard work and dedication certainly paid off.†Grace Jordan's choir teacher, Mrs. Duggan, directed the production and was extremely appreciative of the numerous volunteers who helped support the program. The level of acting and singing, along with the quality of props and backdrop really highlighted the amazingly talented students who attend our school. Over 100 students were involved in the production, serving as actors, choir members, and stage hands. Everyone did a wonderful job and had a great time along the way.
Idaho Theater for Youth Presents Maggie Lumiere and the Ghost Train
Grace Jordan's students were recently treated to a wonderful play thanks to the terrific work of Idaho Theater for Youth. All four actors delivered a tremendous performance in Maggie Lumiere and the Ghost Train.The Idaho Shakespeare Festival has become an integral part of arts education throughout Idaho. The Festivalís annual Shakespearience tour brings live theater to more than 25,000 high-school students in more than 50 Idaho communities each year.
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