Announcements

  • November 19, 2019

    • November 20th is Amber's Day as we stand united in Red to show our support for anti-bullying. Amber was fully against bullying. At the age of 13, in 8th grade, she created a video and asked everyone to wear RED on November 20th to show our stand against bullying. Since her passing, it is her mom's honor and wish to carry on her message. Amber was an advocate for anti-bullying and we ask that you wear red to show your suport for her cause.
    • Auditions: It's Showtime! The make-up Auditions for Aladdin Jr. will be today, Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 3:15 p.m. to approximately 5:30 p.m. Please bring your COMPLETED audition packet with you to the audition. We look forward to seeing you there. Please have transportation home ready by around 5:30 p.m. 
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday, November 25, 2019. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students, the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 27th during periods 7 through 9.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra Extra Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press, with two brand new pages. Complete the puzzle on the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • PTA: Grice Middle School PTA Dine & Donate Night is tomorrow, Wednesday, November 20th from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Hamilton Marketplace Red Robin.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the first marking period. The lucky winner of a $50.00 gift card to Quakerbridge Mall is...Nicole Halucka! Congratulations Nicole! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for second Marking Period, four pack of play tickets to see the school play, "Aladdin" along with free play t-shirts. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good Luck. Keep calm and read on! 
    • Red Cross Club: Attention Students and Staff: One lucky homeroom will win a pizza party for donating the most food to our Thanksgiving Food Drive. The real winners are the Grice families who will enjoy a family gathering on Thanksgiving Day. Check with Mom and Dad if you haven't donated yet and bring in food tomorrow. Let's end this drive with boxes full of food to share with our neighbors. 
    • Renaissance Squad: The Renaissance Treat Cart will be available in the morning today and Monday outside of the Auditorium for those who have a Pink or Green card for the first marking period. We will resume our weekly meetings next week.  
    • School Store: The School Store will be open this week tomorrow through Thursday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • Volleyball: If you are interested in Volleyball, pick up a parent permission form during your lunch today or tomorrow.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "FEASIBLE," and it is a adjective. Feasible means capable of being done, effected, or accomplished. Feasible also means probable or likely.  Sentence: After collecting an abundant amount of food for the Thanksgiving Food Drive, it was feasible for the Red Cross to provide dinners for many Grice families. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "feasible" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 18, 2019

    • Auditions: It's Showtime! The make-up Auditions for Aladdin Jr. will be tomorrow, Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 3:15 p.m. to approximately 5:30 p.m. Please bring your COMPLETED audition packet with you to the audition. We look forward to seeing you there. Please have transportation home ready by around 5:30 p.m. 
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra Extra Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press, with two brand new pages. Complete the puzzle on the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the first marking period. The lucky winner of a $50.00 gift card to Quakerbridge Mall is...Nicole Halucka! Congratulations Nicole! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for second Marking Period, four pack of play tickets to see the school play, "Aladdin" along with free play t-shirts. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good Luck. Keep calm and read on! 
    • Red Cross Club: Good morning! Grice Students and Staff: It's beginning to look a lot like THANKSGIVING! There are boxes of cereal in the Medial Center and mashed potatoes in Mrs. Route's homeroom. What food donations are in your homeroom? Please bring in non-perishable foods to your homeroom box. We need veggies, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, gravy, pasta and sauce! Let's help our Grice families! 
    • Renaissance Squad: The Renaissance Treat Cart will be available in the morning today and Monday outside of the Auditorium for those who have a Pink or Green card for the first marking period. We will resume our weekly meetings next week.  
    • School Store: The School Store will be open this week tomorrow through Thursday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • Volleyball: If you are interested in Volleyball, pick up a parent permission form during your lunch today or tomorrow.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "FEASIBLE," and it is a adjective. Feasible means capable of being done, effected, or accomplished. Feasible also means probable or likely.  Sentence: Miss Greubel thought it was feasible for her students to read their novel and compelte an essay on it in one week, but her students disagreed. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "feasible" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 15, 2019

    • Auditions: It's Showtime! Auditions for Aladdin Jr. for all 7th Grade Pride only and all 8th Grade will be today, Friday, November 15th in the Auditorium from 3:15 to approximately 5:30 p.m. Have your applications ready and with you. See you soon!
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra Extra Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press, with two brand new pages. Complete the puzzle on the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the first marking period. The lucky winner of a $50.00 gift card to Quakerbridge Mall is...Nicole Halucka! Congratulations Nicole! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for second Marking Period, four pack of play tickets to see the school play, "Aladdin" along with free play t-shirts. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good Luck. Keep calm and read on! 
    • Red Cross Club: Thanksgiving Time is drawing near. The Red Cross Club needs your help! Please check with your family and bring donations of foods in non breakable containers to your homerooms. Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. All kinds of foods are needed. A typical food basket includes cereal, vegetables, instant mashed potatoes, gravy, pasta, sauce and a dessert mix. Let's make Thanksgiving a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. Let's make this a challenge! The homeroom with the most food donations will win a pizza party. Will 6th, 7th or 8th grade win?
    • Renaissance Squad: The Renaissance Treat Cart will be available in the morning today and Monday outside of the Auditorium for those who have a Pink or Green card for the first marking period. We will resume our weekly meetings next week.  
    • Student Council: Attention 8th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no morning meeting this week. 
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be tomorrow, Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "DENOTATION," and it is a noun. Denotation means the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feeling or idea that the word suggests, it can be thought of as the "dictionary definition. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Tommy Dormevil with the following sentence: the denotationof the word "era" is a "period of time." CONGRATULATIONS Tommy! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 14, 2019

    • The Thanksgiving Pie Sale has been extended. Order forms are due today.
    • Auditions: It's Showtime! Auditions for Aladdin Jr. for all 7th Grade Pride only and all 8th Grade will be this Friday, November 15th in the Auditorium from 3:15 to approximately 5:30 p.m. Have your applications ready and with you. See you soon!
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: Today is the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information including lawyers, entrepreneurs, law enforcement and so much more. There will be sessions on financial aid, The High School Experience, Student Success and so much more! We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night! As an extra incentive, the homeroom who has the most students attend will receive a pizza party! Remember the date: November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Diversity Club: There will NOT be a Diversity Club meeting today after school. Please take your normal transportation home. Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra Extra Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off t he press, with two brand new pages. Complete the puzzle on the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Reading Challenge: If you are particiipating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due this Thursday, November 14th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is $50 gift card to the Quakerbridge Mall. Good Luck!
    • Red Cross Club: Thanksgiving Time is drawing near. The Red Cross Club needs your help! Please check with your family and bring donations of foods in non breakable containers to your homerooms. Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. All kinds of foods are needed. A typical food basket includes cereal, vegetables, instant mashed potatoes, gravy, pasta, sauce and a dessert mix. Let's make Thanksgiving a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. Let's make this a challenge! The homeroom with the most food donations will win a pizza party. Will 6th, 7th or 8th grade win?
    • Renaissance Squad: The Renaissance Treat Cart will be available in the morning tomorrow and Monday outside of the Auditorium for those who have a Pink or Green card for the first marking period. We will resume our weekly meetings next week.  
    • Student Council: Attention 8th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no morning meeting this week. 
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be tomorrow, Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "DENOTATION," and it is a noun. Denotation means the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feeling or idea that the word suggests, it can be thought of as the "dictionary definition." Sentence: The literal meaning of a word is its denotation, but the way it is used or perceived is referred to as its connotation. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of theWeek Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "denotation" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 13, 2019

    • The Thanksgiving Pie Sale has been extended. Order forms are due tomorrow.
    • Auditions: It's Showtime! Auditions for Aladdin Jr. for all 6th Grade Pride and Spirit Students and 7th Grade Spirit Students is today from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the Auditorium. Auditions for Aladdin Jr. for all 7th Grade Pride and all 8th Grade will be this Friday, November 15th in the Auditorium. Have your applications ready and with you. See you soon!
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: On November 14, 2019, Grice Middle School will be hosting the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information including lawyers, entrepreneurs, law enforcement and so much more. There will be sessions on financial aid, The High School Experience, Student Success and so much more! We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night! As an extra incentive, the homeroom who has the most students attend will receive a pizza party! Remember the date November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Diversity Club: There will NOT be a Diversity Club meeting today after school. Please take your normal transportation home.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. today, November 13th. We will be assigning winter articles. Any student trying out for the play should stop by Room C-5 quickly to get an article.
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Tomorrow is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Reading Challenge: If you are particiipating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due this Thursday, November 14th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is $50 gift card to the Quakerbridge Mall. Good Luck!
    • Red Cross Club: Thanksgiving Time is drawing near. The Red Cross Club needs your help! Please check with your family and bring donations of foods in non breakable containers to your homerooms. Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. All kinds of foods are needed. A typical food basket includes cereal, vegetables, instant mashed potatoes, gravy, pasta, sauce and a dessert mix. Let's make Thanksgiving a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. 
    • Renaissance Squad: There will be no morning meetings this week. We will resume our morning meetings next week. 
    • Robotics Club: Atten Robotics Club Members - Stop by Room B-102 or Room C-4 at some point today to discuss important competition details.
    • Student Council: Attention 8th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no morning meeting this week. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "DENOTATION," and it is a noun. Denotation means the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feeling or idea that the word suggests, it can be thought of as the "dictionary definition." Sentence: The word 'mule' is sometimes used to refer to a stubborn person, but its denotation means 'a cross between a horse and a donkey.' Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of theWeek Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "denotation" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 12, 2019

    • Auditions: It's Showtime! Auditions for Aladdin Jr. for all 7th Grade Pride and all 8th Grade will be this Friday, November 15th in the Auditorium. Have your applications ready and with you. See you soon!
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: On November 14, 2019, Grice Middle School will be hosting the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information including lawyers, entrepreneurs, law enforcement and so much more. There will be sessions on financial aid, The High School Experience, Student Success and so much more! We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night! As an extra incentive, the homeroom who has the most students attend will receive a pizza party! Remember the date November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Diversity Club: There will NOT be a Diversity Club meeting today after school. Please take your normal transportation home.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13th. We will be assigning winter articles. Any student trying out for the play should stop by Room C-5 quickly to get an article.
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Tomorrow is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Reading Challenge: If you are particiipating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due this Thursday, November 14th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is $50 gift card to the Quakerbridge Mall. Good Luck!
    • Red Cross Club: The leaves blowing outside remind us that Thanksgiving is coming. The Red Cross Club needs your help! Did you check with your family and bring donations of foods in non-breakable containers to your homerooms? Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. Thanksgiving can be a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. Let's make this a challenge! The homeroom with the most food donations will win a pizza party. Will 6th, 7th or 8th grade win? 
    • Renaissance Squad: There will be no morning meetings this week. We will resume our morning meetings next week. 
    • Student Council: Attention 6th Grade Student Council Members - There will be no Student Council meeting today, November 12th.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "DENOTATION," and it is a noun. Denotation means the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feeling or idea that the word suggests, it can be thought of as the "dictionary definition." Sentence: Certain words have come to mean different things in today's society, but the denotation of those words still means the same thing as they did in the past. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of theWeek Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "denotation" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 11, 2019

    • Auditions: It's Showtime! Auditions for Aladdin Jr. for all 6th and 7th Spirit will be Wednesday, November 13th. in the Auditorium. Have your applications ready and with you. See you soon!
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: On November 14, 2019, Grice Middle School will be hosting the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information including lawyers, entrepreneurs, law enforcement and so much more. There will be sessions on financial aid, The High School Experience, Student Success and so much more! We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night! As an extra incentive, the homeroom who has the most students attend will receive a pizza party! Remember the date November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Diversity Club: There will NOT be a Diversity Club meeting today after school. Please take your normal transportation home.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13th. We will be assigning winter articles. Any student trying out for the play should stop by Room C-5 quickly to get an article.
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Tomorrow is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Renaissance Squad: There will be no morning meetings this week. We will resume our morning meetings next week. 
    • Student Council: Attention 6th Grade Student Council Members - There will be no Student Council meeting tomorrow, November 12th.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Robotics Club: There is no club meeting after school today. All members should attend the Tuesday meeting to discuss the competition which is on Saturday, November 23rd. Take your usual rides home after school.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "DENOTATION," and it is a noun. Denotation means the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feeling or idea that the word suggests, it can be thought of as the "dictionary definition." While the word 'rock' has come to describe a certain form of music, its literal denotation refers only to actual stone. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of theWeek Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "denotation" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 4 - 8, 2019

    School Closed for Student (Fall Recess)

    Comments (-1)
  • November 1, 2019

    • Auditions: It's Showtime! Auditions for Aladdin Jr.: The musical is coming up! You can get the application and materials from: Mr. Simon - Room D-3, Ms. Sickler - Room B-4, or Ms. Bingaman - Room A-10. We look forward to seeing you there!
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: On November 14, 2019, Grice Middle School will be hosting the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information. We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night!! Remember the date November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Tomorrow is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month.
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Renaissance Squad: Thre are no morning meetings this week.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Robotics Club: There is no club meeting after school today. All members should attend the Tuesday meeting to discuss the competition which is on Saturday, November 23rd. Take your usual rides home after school.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CONNOTATION," and it is a noun. Connotation means something suggested or implied by a word or thing, rather than being explicity named or described. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Kamryn Mooney with the following sentence: On Monday in class, Mrs. Remuszka said that "childish" has a negative connotation and "youthful" has a positive connotation. CONGRATULATIONS Kamryn! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday, November 11th for the next new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
    • Red Ribbon Week: This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #5: Heroin is an illegal, highly addictive opioid drug processed from morphine. Every Day in America, 78 people die from an opioid overdose. Before 2019 ends, it is estimated that 3,000 New Jersey residents will have died due to opioid related overdoses.
    • Game Club is cancelled for today. Please take your regular transportation home.
    • Philadelphia Pretzel Sale tomorrow. The cot per pretzel is $1.00.
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: On November 14, 2019, Grice Middle School will be hosting the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information. We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night!! Remember the date November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Tomorrow is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month.
    • Red Cross: Attention AFTER School Thursday Red Cross Club: No meeting today. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Renaissance Squad: Thre are no morning meetings this week.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Robotics Club: There is no club meeting after school today or tomorrow. All members should attend the Tuesday meeting to discuss the competition which is on Saturday, November 23rd. Take your usual rides home after school.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CONNOTATION," and it is a noun. Connotation means something suggested or implied by a word or thing, rather than being explicity named or described. Sentence: Mrs. Rennenberg teaches her students that using a word with a negative connotation causes your writing to sound opinionated. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the work "connotation" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by tomorrow, Thursday. Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
  • October 30, 2019

    • Red Ribbon Week: This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #4: Marijuana is the most widely used illicit drug in the United States and tends to be the first illegal drug teens use. Marijuana use is linked to depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts among teens. Other effects include changes in mood, difficulty with thinking and problem-solving and impaired memory. It is also noted that teens that use marijuana can lose an average of eight IQ points.    
    • Annual College & Career Readiness Fair: Students: On November 14, 2019, Grice Middle School will be hosting the 4th Annual College & Career Readiness Fair. Students you and your parents can learn about future careers, colleges, the military and meet with our community partners. There will be over 35 vendors here sharing information. We will be serving dinner and have prize getaways all night!! Remember the date November 14, 2019 at 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. Please have your parents RSVP on the school website.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Focus: Students do you need help with homework; do you need to use a computer; do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework Help Program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • HTSD Tech Night: Please join us for the 2nd Annual HTSD Tech Night on November 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. Bring your friends and family to see the technology in our schools and chat with career professionals. Learn about coding, robotics, aviation and STEAM in our schools. There will be two food trucks present as well. Don't miss it. Check out the district website for information. 
    • Library: Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Tomorrow is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month.
    • Red Cross: Attention AFTER School Thursday Red Cross Club: No meeting tomorrow. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Renaissance Squad: Thre are no morning meetings this week.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Robotics Club: There is no club meeting after school today or tomorrow. All members should attend the Tuesday meeting to discuss the competition which is on Saturday, November 23rd. Take your usual rides home after school.
    • Student Council: Attention Members - Tomorrow is the final day to your personalized student council sweatshirt. Order forms are available outside of Room D-1. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Unified Club: Our first club meeting will be Friday, November 15th. If you are interested in joining, permission slips are outside the Main Office. Please return them as soon as possible. If you have any questions, see Ms. Conrad in Room B-106.
    • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CONNOTATION," and it is a noun. Connotation means something suggested or implied by a word or thing, rather than being explicity named or described. Sentence: When texting, it is best to not use a word that has a negative connotation so that you do not start an argument unintentionally. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the work "connotation" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
  • October 29, 2019

      • Red Ribbon Week: This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Tomorrow is Sock It To Drugs Day. Wear crazy socks to support for socking it to drugs. Sock it to Drugs. #3: Inhalants refer to substances that are sniffed or huffed to give the user an immediate head rush or high. They include a diverse group of chemicals that are found in consumer products such as aerosols and cleaning solvents. Inhalant use can cause a number of physical and emotional problems, and even one-time use can result in death.  
      • Focus: Students do you need help with homework, do you need to use a computer, do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework help program is here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip outside the Main Offdice during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
      • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
      • This is a reminder that the 2 sentence Scary Story Contest ends today. Please submit your entry by 3:00 p.m. today. For more details, go to the Grice Library website.
      • Pumpkin Contest Poem: One coin. Two coins. Three coins. A dollar! Students vote for your favorite pumplin during lunch by putting coins or a dollar in the bin of your favorite pumpkin! Just remember to look and not to touch...your teachers spent time making these lovely pumpkins. 
      • Red Cross: Attention Students & Staff: Now it feels like Fall! Please send in any final clothing donations or clipped boxtops! Both collections need to be processed by October 30th.
      • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
      • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
      • Renaissance Squad: Thre are no morning meetings this week.
      • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
      • Student Council: Attention Members - This Thursday is the final day to your personalized student council sweatshirt. Order forms are available outside of Room D-1. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
      • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
      • Yearbooks: 2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for the "earlybird" special of $25.00 through November 15th. Hand in your order form to the Main Office or homeroom teacher or order online @ www.yearbookforever.com. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions.
      • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CONNOTATION," and it is a noun. Connotation means something suggested or implied by a word or thing, rather than being explicity named or described. Sentence: Ms. Zippo informs her students that the connotation of a word may vary in meaning from country to country. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the work "connotation" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
  • October 28, 2019

    • Red Ribbon Week: This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Tomorrow is Wear Red Day to show support and unity for Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #2: Life expectancy for cigarette smokers is at least 10 years shorter than for non-cigarette smokers. Nicotine in cigarettes is a stimulant drug. Nicotine is addictive. It is as addictive as cocaine and heroin. If you become addicted, it will be very hard to stop using nicotine. Don't be fooled by e-Cigarettes. Vaping is also hazardous to your health. Nicotine in vapes affects your brain, blood pressure, heart and insulin levels. What about vapes without nicotine? there are still chemicals being put into your body and your brain. Why take the risk? By any name---they are all the same---Battery operated nicotine and drug delivery devices.  
    • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: One coin. Two coins. Three coins. A dollar! Students vote for your favorite pumplin during lunch by putting coins or a dollar in the bin of your favorite pumpkin! Just remember to look and not to touch...your teachers spent time making these lovely pumpkins. 
    • Red Cross: Attention Students & Staff: Now it feels like Fall! Please send in any final clothing donations or clipped boxtops! Both collections need to be processed by October 30th.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CONNOTATION," and it is a noun. Connotation means something suggested or implied by a word or thing, rather than being explicity named or described. Sentence: By using a word with a negative connotation, the valedictorian's speech took an unpleasant tone. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the work "connotation" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
  • October 25, 2019

    • Today is our annual Grice Middle School "Pink Out." Wear pink to support breast cancer awareness.
    • Red Ribbon Week: This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #1: Alcohol is a drug. Alcohol abuse is a pattern of problem drinking that results in health consequences, social problems, or both. However, alcohol dependence, or alcoholism, refers to a disease that is characterized by abnormal alcohol-seeking behavior that leads to impaired control over drinking. 
    • Today, October 25, 2019 is the Halloween PTA Dance from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Wristbands will be distributed during homeroom.
    • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again; Time for pumpkins; Time for friends. Time to make a creative start; Decorate a pumpkin from the heart. make it tiny, make it small, Make it big, make it tall; Keep in mind to Love your students; They are the ones that will pick the cutest! Teachers: start decorating your pumpkin and bring it in to the Cafeteria by the end of 3rd period on October 28th for the students to vote on their favorite!
    • Red Cross: Attention Students & Staff: Now it feels like Fall! Please send in any final clothing donations or clipped boxtops! Both collections need to be processed by October 30th.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Turkey Shoot: This is a reminder to any 8th grade students that signed up to try out for the Turkey Shoot. Tryouts for boys will be Monday and Tuesday during lunch. Tryouts for girls will be Wednesday and Thursday during lunch.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CITATION," and it is a noun. A citation is a quotation or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in scholarly work. A citation is also a summons.  The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Jermaine Langston with the following sentence: For ELA, I had to write a citation from a short story, "The Tell Tale Heart" to prove why the author was sane. CONGRATULATIONS Jermaine! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!  
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed. The Halloween PTA Dance is Friday, October 25, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in Gym. Permission slips were sent home. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 24, 2019

    • Tomorrow is our annual Grice Middle School "Pink Out." Wear pink to support breast cancer awareness.
    • Red Ribbon Week: This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is celebrated because of a brave DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Agent named Enrique Camarena. Special Agent Camarena was working undercover in Mexico investigating a drug cartel and was captured and tortured to death. Today, Red Ribbon Week is nationally recognized and celebrated, helping to preserve Special Agent Camarena's memory and further the cause for which he gave his life. The Red Ribbon Campaign also became a symbol of support for the DEA's efforts to reduce demand for drugs through prevention and education programs. By wearing a red ribbon during the last week in October, Americans demonstrate their opposition to drugs. They pay homage not only to Special Agent Camarena, but to all men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in support of our nations's struggle against drug trafficking and abuse. Everyone should receive a red ribbon in homeroom today.
    • Tomorrow, October 25, 2019 is the Halloween PTA Dance from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Wristbands will be distributed during homeroom.
    • Today is the final day of our "Lollipops for Lawrence" sale. Lollipops are .25 each and available for purchase during all three lunches. Remember all money raised will go to Good Grief in honor of Mr. Tom Lawrence. 
    • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again; Time for pumpkins; Time for friends. Time to make a creative start; Decorate a pumpkin from the heart. make it tiny, make it small, Make it big, make it tall; Keep in mind to Love your students; They are the ones that will pick the cutest! Teachers: start decorating your pumpkin and bring it in to the Cafeteria by the end of 3rd period on October 28th for the students to vote on their favorite!
    • Red Cross: Attention Students & Staff: Now it feels like Fall! Please send in any final clothing donations or clipped boxtops! Both collections need to be processed by October 30th.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CITATION," and it is a noun. A citation is a quotation or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in scholarly work. A citation is also a summons.  Sentence: The author's citation proved that the data in the article have updated since the article was printed. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "citation" to Miss Greubel in Room C-3 by Thursday. Good luck!  
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed. The Halloween PTA Dance is Friday, October 25, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in Gym. Permission slips were sent home. Paid admittance must be done by Wednesday, October 23, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 23, 2019

    • Attention 8th graders: Today will be the last day to sign up for Turkey Shoot tryouts during lunch. If you sign up, tryouts will be held next week. Boy's tryouts will be Monday, October 28th and Tuesday, October 29th during lunch. Girls tryouts will be held Wednesday, October 30th and Thursday, October 31 during lunch.
    • Our annual "Lollipops for Lawrence" sale will take place today during lunch. Lollipops will be available for purchase during all three lunches for .25 each. Lollipops will be available today, tomorrow and Friday this week for purchase. Money raised will be donated to Good Grief in honor of Mr. Tom Lawrence. Good Grief ensures that no child in New Jersey ever has to grieve the loss of a loved one alone. 
    • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again; Time for pumpkins; Time for friends. Time to make a creative start; Decorate a pumpkin from the heart. make it tiny, make it small, Make it big, make it tall; Keep in mind to Love your students; They are the ones that will pick the cutest! Teachers: start decorating your pumpkin and bring it in to the Cafeteria by the end of 3rd period on October 28th for the students to vote on their favorite!
    • Red Cross: Brrr...It's getting cold outside. Please bring gently used and new clothes to our bin outside the Main Office. Please also send any clipped boxtops! They must be mailed before October 30th! Download the app and help Grice Red Cross raise funds to create projects for the Cancer Care Center.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Renaissance Club: Attention 7th grade Renaissance Club Members: There will be a meeting in Room A-106 this morning from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. See you there!
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CITATION," and it is a noun. A citation is a quotation or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in scholarly work. A citation is also a summons.  Sentence: Mrs. Fletcher reminds her students that, to avoid plagiarism, they must provide citations for their sources. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "citation" to Miss Greubel in Room C-3 by Thursday. Good luck!  
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed. The Halloween PTA Dance is Friday, October 25, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in Gym. Permission slips were sent home. Paid admittance must be done by Wednesday, October 23, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 22, 2019

    • "Lollipops for Lawrence" - Due to a delay with the UPS Truck, "Lollipops for Lawrence" will begin tomorrow. Please listen later today for an update.
    • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Red Cross: Brrr...It's getting cold outside. Please bring gently used and new clothese to our bin outside the Main Office. Please also send any clipped boxtops! They must be mailed before October 30th! Download the app and help Grice Red Cross raise funds to create projects for the Cancer Care Center.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting tomorrow until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Renaissance Club: Attention 7th grade Renaissance Club Members: There will be a meeting in Room A-106 tomorrow morning from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. See you there!
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CITATION," and it is a noun. A citation is a quotation or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in scholarly work. A citation is also a summons.  Sentence: Ms. Silverglade teachers her students how to create a proper billiography to display their citations. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "citation" to Miss Greubel in Room C-3 by Thursday. Good luck!  
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed. The Halloween PTA Dance is Friday, October 25, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in Gym. Permission slips were sent home. Paid admittance must be done by Wednesday, October 23, 2019. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 21, 2019

    • This year's HTSD Tech Night will be held on November 21st from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Crockett Middle School. We are still looking for teacher and student volunteers to share how technology is being used in the classroom. If you or your students are interested in participating, submit a Tech Night Volunteer Form under District News on our website. 
    • Do you have overdue library books? If so, please return them to the Media Center as soon as possible. As a reminder, overdue books incur a fine of .05 per day, per book. If your book is lost, you will be charged the full replacement cost.
    • Red Cross: Brrr...It's getting cold outside. Please bring gently used and new clothese to our bin outside the Main Office. Please also send any clipped boxtops! They must be mailed before October 30th! Download the app and help Grice Red Cross raise funds to create projects for the Cancer Care Center.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Renaissance Club: Attention 8th grade Renaissance Club Members: There will be a meeting in Room A-106 tomorrow morning from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. See you there.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "CITATION," and it is a noun. A citation is a quotation or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in scholarly work. A citation is also a summons.  Sentence: Officer Sal reminds us that if you do not follow the rules of the road, you will receive a citation. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "citation" to Miss Greubel in Room C-3 by Thursday. Good luck!  
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed. The Halloween PTA Dance is Friday, October 25, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in Gym. Permission slips were sent home. Paid admittance must be done by Tuesday, October 22, 2019. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 18, 2019

    • The health impact of violence is not limited to physical injury. Long-term effects can include depression and mental disorders. Children who are victims of violence have a higher risk of alcohol an drug misuse and smoking. This may lead, even decades later, to chronic diseases such as heart disease and cancer and sexually-transmitted infections. Let's help end violence by doing our part here at Grice. Violence is not the answer to conflicts. 
    • Get your pretzels! Todaybring $1 to school and buy yourself a pretzel from the Renaissance Squad.
    • Red Cross: Brrr...It's getting cold outside. Please bring gently used and new clothese to our bin outside the Main Office. Please also send any clipped boxtops! They must be mailed before October 30th! Download the app and help Grice Red Cross raise funds to create projects for the Cancer Care Center.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "INTEGRATION," and it is a noun. Integration is an act of combining things or ideas into a whole. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is : Andre Monterroso-Gonzalez with the following sentence: I don't like the integration of pineapple and pizza! CONGRATULATIONS Andrea! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize! 
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed. The Halloween PTA Dance is Friday, October 25, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in Gym. Permission slips were sent home. Paid admittance must be done by Tuesday, October 22, 2019. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 15, 2019

    • This week is Violence Awareness Week. Tomorrow will be peace day for Violence Awareness Week. Wear Tye-Dye shirts tomorrow for peace day to show that everyone sees colors through their own personal prism. Nothing is ever one color very long, but an ever changing combination of colors which can be similar, but is usually different for all of us. Let's help end violence by doing our part here at Grice. Violence is not the answer to conflicts - but being peaceful is. Violence accounts for nearly 1.4 million deaths per year. This comes out to over 3,800 people killed every day in the world. Violence is a significant public health, human rights and human development problem. The United Nations helps to reduce violence in the world. The United Nations Birthday is on October 24, 1945, the end of next week. This will be 74 years that they have worked in making peace. The United Nations officially came into existence when its Charter was ratified by the five permanent members of the Security Council (France, Republic of China, Soviet "Union, United Kingdom and United  States) and a majority of the other 46 member countries. Let's help end violence by doing our part here at Grice. Violence is not the answer to conflicts. 
    • Grice Gazette is meeting today in Room C-5 until 3:45 p.m. Make sure to bring your articles to work on! See you there!
    • Red Cross: Brrr...It's getting cold outside. Please bring gently used and new clothese to our bin outside the Main Office. Please also send any clipped boxtops! They must be mailed before October 30th! Download the app and help Grice Red Cross raise funds to create projects for the Cancer Care Center.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Mercer  County Technical Schools will be here today during lunch for 8th graders. They will be speaking about their STEM, Culinary Arts and Health & Science Programs. Please report to the Auditorium during lunch.
    • Renaissance Squad: Attention Members - names are posted outside of the Cafeteria. 8th grade members will meet tomorrow. 6th & 7th graders will meet on Friday.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "INTEGRATION," and it is a noun. Integration is an act of combining things or ideas into a whole. Sentence: There is an integration of ELA into social studies when Mr. Uchrin's classes read A Long Walk to Water. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "integration" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, Good Luck. 
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 11, 2019

    • This week is the Week of Respect. Today was "Putting Bullying to Bed Day." Thank you to everyone that supported the "Week of Respect." No single factor puts someone at risk for being bullied. Being different makes you stand out from the group of everyone who looks the same. Don't be afraid to Stand out and be noticed for who you are. "Respect is an important way of being kind and good to other peiople. Respect means not making fun of others. Respect means thinking of how somebody else feels. Respect is treating another person the same way you'd want to be treated yourself!" Respect yourself and others will respect you."    
    • Red Cross: Brrr...It's getting cold outside. Please bring gently used and new clothese to our bin outside the Main Office. Please also send any clipped boxtops! They must be mailed before October 30th! Download the app and help Grice Red Cross raise funds to create projects for the Cancer Care Center.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin this week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Bias," and it is a noun. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Laysha Estevez with the following sentence: The principal has a very biased opinion about what his favorite middle school is. CONGRATULATIONS Laysha! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on TUESDAY for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 10, 2019

    • This week is the Week of Respect. Tomorrow will be "Putting Bullying to Bed Day." Please wear pajama pants along with your black and orange spirit wear to show your support for anti-bullying and the week of respect. Thank you to all that wore your favorite team shirt of jersey today to "Team up against Bullying Day." We show respect to each other when we work as a Team. "The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime." -- By Babe Ruth Being a Team player means that you are cooperative, not competitive, that you listen to your peers, and you are respectful to everyone.    
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive started. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin this week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Bias," and it is a noun. A bias is a prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another. Sentence: The bias against females in the space program made it difficult for Katherine Johnson to advance in her position at NASA. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "bias" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today. Good Luck!
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 8, 2019

    • This week is the Week of Respect. Thursday is "Team up against Bullying Day." Wear your favorite team shirt or jersey. Thank you to all that paired up with a friend for "FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS GET BULLIED DAY" for "Twin Tuesday." Don't stand by and watch Bullying happen. When bystanders intervene, bullying stops within 10 seconds 57% of the time. So let's Stand Up, Stand Strong and Stand Together. "To Make a Difference in Someone's Life, you Don't Have to be Brilliant, Rich, Beautiful or Perfect. You Just To Have Care." - By Mandy Hale.   
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive started. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin this week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Bias," and it is a noun. A bias is a prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another. Sentence: The community holds a bias against the local newspaper because of its choice of articles. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "bias" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, Good Luck!
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. Mum orders are being picked up today until 4:00 p.m. in the parking lot. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 7, 2019

    • This week is the Week of Respect. Tomorrow is "Friends Don't Let Friends Get Bullied Day." Pair up with a friend and wear similar outfits on "Twin Tuesday." Thank you to all that wore Superhero shirts today to "Stand Up to Bullying." Although you  may not be directly involved in the bullying, there may be times when you see others being bullied. And even though it may be easier to stand by and watch or ignore the bullying, try to keep in mind, we all need a little help from time to time. Think about how you might feel if the bullying was happening to you. When you help someone who is being bullied, you are not just helping someone else, you're also helping yourself. It is important to stand up for what you believe in and help others when you can. Be a HERO: Help Everyone Respect Others. Stand up for what is right, even if you are standing alone. Be someone's Hero.  
    • Attention Athletes: All students participating in Track & Field, stop by Room B-11, Coach Naglak's room tomorrow to pick up an information packet. Practice will be held this Monday, October 7th at 3:00 p.m. Meet directly in the Gym; no Locker Room. 
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive started. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Red Cross Club: All Red Cross Clubs are meeting this week in Room L-1. Sign out on the clipboard in the cafeteria and report to Room L-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin next week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Bias," and it is a noun. A bias is a prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another. Sentence: Judges cannot allow their personal "bias" lead them to make an unfair ruling. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "bias" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, Good Luck!
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. Mum orders are being picked up today until 4:00 p.m. in the parking lot. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 4, 2019

    • 1st Annual Saturday Resource Fair: This Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 11:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m., Grice Middle School will host the first Annual Saturday Resource Fair. Students, this day will allow your parents to set up PowerSchool, complete lunch applications, talk to the school nurse and meet with other community partners. While your parents take care of their business in the Cafeteria, you can play a game or two in the Gym or complete some work in the Media Center. We will also be serving lunch from various Hamilton restaurants. You must have your parent present to come and enjoy the day so remember to tell your parents. Please have your parent RSVP via the School Website.
    • Today is Orange and Black Friday. Remember to wear orange and black to show your school spirit.
    • Our Back-to-School Dance will take place today, Friday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students if you purchased a ticket to last week's dance you already have a ticket for the dance this Friday. Additional tickets will be on sale today and tomorrow. Tickets are $5.00 and include a slice of pizza and drink. Please do not leave money in Mrs. Eichhorn's mailbox.
    • Attention Athletes: All students participating in Track & Field, stop by Room B-11, Coach Naglak's room tomorrow to pick up an information packet. Practice will be held this Monday, October 7th at 3:00 p.m. Meet directly in the Gym; no Locker Room. 
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive started. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Red Cross Club: All Red Cross Clubs are meeting this week in Room L-1. Sign out on the clipboard in the cafeteria and report to Room L-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin next week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Assert," and it is a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Tony Marshall with the following sentence: The principal wanted the new teacher to assert her authority in the classroom. CONGRATULATIONS Tony! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. Mum orders were due yesterday, Wednesday, October 2nd.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 3, 2019

    • Tomorrow is Orange and Black Friday. Remember to wear orange and black to show your school spirit.
    • Our Back-to-School Dance will take place tomorrow, Friday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students if you purchased a ticket to last week's dance you already have a ticket for the dance this Friday. Additional tickets will be on sale today and tomorrow. Tickets are $5.00 and include a slice of pizza and drink. Please do not leave money in Mrs. Eichhorn's mailbox.
    • 1st Annual Saturday Resource Fair: This Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 11:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m., Grice Middle School will host the first Annual Saturday Resource Fair. Students, this day will allow your parents to set up PowerSchool, complete lunch applications, talk to the school nurse and meet with other community partners. While your parents take care of their business in the Cafeteria, you can play a game or two in the Gym or complete some work in the Media Center. We will also be serving lunch from various Hamilton restaurants. You must have your parent present to come and enjoy the day so remember to tell your parents. Please have your parent RSVP via the School Website.
    • Attention Athletes: All students participating in Track & Field, stop by Room B-11, Coach Naglak's room tomorrow to pick up an information packet. Practice will be held this Monday, October 7th at 3:00 p.m. Meet directly in the Gym; no Locker Room. 
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive started. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Red Cross Club: All Red Cross Clubs are meeting this week in Room L-1. Sign out on the clipboard in the cafeteria and report to Room L-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin next week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Assert," and it is a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. In Science class, Ms. Iannatto told her students to assert their conclusions once they have tested their hypotheses. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "assert" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good luck.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. Mum orders were due yesterday, Wednesday, October 2nd.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 2, 2019

    • Our Back-to-School Dance will take place this Friday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students if you purchased a ticket to last week's dance you already have a ticket for the dance this Friday. Additional tickets will be on sale tomorrow. Tickets are $5.00 and include a slice of pizza and drink. Please do not leave money in Mrs. Eichhorn's mailbox.
    • 1st Annual Saturday Resource Fair: This Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 11:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m., Grice Middle School will host the first Annual Saturday Resource Fair. Students, this day will allow your parents to set up PowerSchool, complete lunch applications, talk to the school nurse and meet with other community partners. While your parents take care of their business in the Cafeteria, you can play a game or two in the Gym or complete some work in the Media Center. We will also be serving lunch from various Hamilton restaurants. You must have your parent present to come and enjoy the day so remember to tell your parents. Please have your parent RSVP via the School Website.
    • Attention Athletes: All track and field documents, including your physical check up MUST be in already or you will not be able to participate. We will meet with approved athletes during your lunch today, Wednesday, October 2, 2019.
    • Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive started. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • The Grice Gazette is meeting today, Wednesday, October 2nd in Room C-5 until 3:45 p.m. Make sure to bring your articles to work on! See you there!
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Red Cross Club: All Red Cross Clubs are meeting this week in Room L-1. Sign out on the clipboard in the cafeteria and report to Room L-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin next week. There will be no 7th & 8th grade Student Council meeting.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Assert," and it is a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. In Mrs. Wilson's class, one student asserted that Pablo Picasso was the greatest artist of all time. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "assert" to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good luck.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. Mum orders are due today, Wednesday, October 2nd.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 1, 2019

    • Our Back-to-School Dance will take place this Friday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students if you purchased a ticket to last week's dance you already have a ticket for the dance this Friday. Additional tickets will be on sale this Thursday and Friday. Tickets are $5.00 and include a slice of pizza and drink. Please do not leave money in Mrs. Eichhorn's mailbox.
    • Attention Athletes: All track and field documents, including your physical check up MUST be in already or you will not be able to participate. We will meet with approved athletes during your lunch on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.
    • Good Morning Grice! Our Fall Clothing drive starts today. Let's fill our bin with gently used or new clothing.
    • The Grice Gazette is meeting on Wednesday, October 2nd in Room C-5 until 3:45 p.m. Make sure to bring your articles to work on! See you there!
    • The first meeting of the Grice Wind Ensemble will take place after school from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. in Room A-106. Please see Mr. Bonomo or Mr. Wilmot if you have any questions.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Red Cross Club: All Red Cross Clubs are meeting this week in Room L-1. Sign out on the clipboard in the cafeteria and report to Room L-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin this week in Room D-1 at 8:00 a.m. 6th grade will meet on Tuesday, 8th grade will meet on Wednesday and 7th grade will meet on Thursday. Please pick up a pass outside the Main Office before proceeding to Room D-1. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eichhhorn in Room D-1.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Assert," and it is a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. In math, Mrs. Eichhorn instructed her students to assert their answers once they have shown their work. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "assert"to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good luck.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running. Mum orders are due tomorrow, Wednesday, October 2nd.
    Comments (-1)
  • Comments (-1)
  • September 30, 2019

    • Our Back-to-School Dance will take place this Friday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students if you purchased a ticket to last week's dance you already have a ticket for the dance this Friday. Additional tickets will be on sale this Thursday and Friday. Tickets are $5.00 and include a slice of pizza and drink. Please do not leave money in Mrs. Eichhorn's mailbox.
    • Attention Athletes: All track and field documents, including your physical check up MUST be in today, Monday, October 1st or you will not be able to participate. We will meet with approved athletes during your lunch on Tuesday, October 2nd.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • Red Cross Club: All Red Cross Clubs are meeting this week in Room L-1. Sign out on the clipboard in the cafeteria and report to Room L-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council meetings will begin this week in Room D-1 at 8:00 a.m. 6th grade will meet on Tuesday, 8th grade will meet on Wednesday and 7th grade will meet on Thursday. Please pick up a pass outside the Main Office before proceeding to Room D-1. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Eichhhorn in Room D-1.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Assert," and it is a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. In Language Arts class, Mrs. Bronski's students asserted the main conflict in the text and supported it with evidence. All you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is to submit an original sentence using the word "assert"to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good luck.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.
    Comments (-1)
  • September 27, 2019

    • Attention Athletes: All track and field documents, including your physical check up MUST be in Monday, October 1st or you will not be able to participate. We will meet with approved athletes during your lunch on Tuesday, October 2nd.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.
    Comments (-1)
  • September 26, 2019

    • Today we are asking that everyone at Grice Middle School wear an article of clothing that displays something that is important to you. During the day reach out to peers that you don't usually talk to and try to learn more about their clothing choice and what it means to them during the lunch, in the hall, or after school.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently runni
    Comments (-1)
  • September 25, 2019

    • Texas Roadhouse, Route 33 in Hamilton Dinner Night Out tonight from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m. Take out or eat in.
    • Tomorrow we are asking that everyone at Grice Middle School wear an article of clothing that displays something that is important to you. During the day reach out to peers that you don't usually talk to and try to learn more about their clothing choice and what it means to them during the lunch, in the hall, or after school.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Attention Students: The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held today on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. 
    • There will be a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp! The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 24, 2019

    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Attention Students: The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. 
    • There will be a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp! The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 23, 2019

    • Tomorrow we ask everyone at Grice Middle School to wear green, the color of Sandy Hook Elementary School, to show our support for the Sandy Hook community and honor lives lost to gun violence.
    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Attention Students: Today is the final day to purchase tickets for the Back-to-School Dance. Homeroom teachers please send all dance money to Room D-1 at the end of homeroom today. The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. 
      • There will be a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp! The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's club, board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship, and more! Games are provided, or bring  your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6 or Ms. Summers in Room B-10. The first meeting is Thursday, October 3rd from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-6. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 20, 2019

    • Do you ever feel like you need a safe place to be yourself at school? Do you feel lke you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends.  The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic, and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other. The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, September 23rd. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip. 
    • Are you a winner? 10 lockers today have "Orange and Black Locker Winner" slips. If you are one of these lucky winners, bring your slip to Room D-1 to claim your prize and be entered in today's grand prize drawing. 
    • Attention Students: The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your permission slip and money to your homeroom teacher by Monday, September 23rd. 
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 19, 2019

    • Back-To-School Night: Back-To-School Night will be held today at 7:00 p.m. 
    • Student Council will be selling orange and black spiritwear shirts at tonight's Back-toSchool Night in the Cafteria. The cost per shirt is $8.00. Cash and checks only will be accepted. 
    • Attention Students: The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your permission slip and money to your homeroom teacher by Monday, September 23rd. 
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 18, 2019

    • Back-To-School Night: Back-To-School Night will be held on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
    • Attention Students: The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your permission slip and money to your homeroom teacher by Monday, September 23rd. 
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 17, 2019

    • Back-To-School Night: Back-To-School Night will be held on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
    • Attention Students: The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Wednesday, September 25th from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5.00 and includes music DJ, slice of pizza, and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2018-2019 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your permission slip and money to your homeroom teacher by Monday, September 23rd. 
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today until 3:45 p.m. We will be assigning articles for the Fall issue so make sure you attend.  
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete.
    • PTA: Spirit Wear flyers were distributed and the popcorn fundraiser is currently running.  
    Comments (-1)
  • September 16, 2019

    • The Grice Back-to-School Dance will be held on Monday, September 23rd. Permission slips were distributed in homerooms today. Tickets are $5.00.
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • The Grice Gazette is now recruiting new and existing members. If you are interested in being a member of the Grice Gazette, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10. The first meeting will be held September 18th. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete. 
    Comments (-1)
  • September 12, 2019

    • Today is Orange and Black Friday. Remember to wear orange and black to show your school spirit.
    • Grice Middle School will take school pictures today, September 13th. Students will take pictures during their Science and Social Studies classes. Teachers, the picture day schedule can be found in Google Classroom. All students take these pictures.
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • The Grice Gazette is now recruiting new and existing members. If you are interested in being a member of the Grice Gazette, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10. The first meeting will be held September 18th. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete. 
    Comments (-1)
  • September 12, 2019

    • Tomorrow is Orange and Black Friday. Remember to wear orange and black to show your school spirit.
    • Grice Middle School will take school pictures today, September 11th and tomorrow, September 13th. Students will take pictures during their Science and Social Studies classes. If you currently take Science, you will take your pictures on Thursday, September 12, 2019. If you currently take Social Studies, you will take your pictures on Friday, September 13, 2019. Teachers, the picture day schedule can be found in Google Classroom. All students take these pictures.
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • The Grice Gazette is now recruiting new and existing members. If you are interested in being a member of the Grice Gazette, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10. The first meeting will be held September 18th. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete. 
    Comments (-1)
  • September 11, 2019

    • Grice Middle School will take school pictures this week on Thursday, September 12 and Friday, September 13, 2019. Students will take pictures during their Science and Social Studies classes. If you currently take Science, you will take your pictures on Thursday, September 12, 2019. If you currently take Social Studies, you will take your pictures on Friday, September 13, 2019. Teachers, the picture day schedule can be found in Google Classroom. All students take these pictures.
    • The Grice Dance Team will be having its first practice of the year on Tuesday, October 1st. If you are interested in joining the team, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6 for a permission slip. You must have a ride home at 4:30 p.m.
    • The Grice Gazette is now recruiting new and existing members. If you are interested in being a member of the Grice Gazette, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10. The first meeting will be held September 18th. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete. 
    Comments (-1)
  • September 10, 2019

    • Grice Middle School will take school pictures this week on Thursday, September 12 and Friday, September 13, 2019. Students will take pictures during their Science and Social Studies classes. If you currently take Science, you will take your pictures on Thursday, September 12, 2019. If you currently take Social Studies, you will take your pictures on Friday, September 13, 2019. Teachers, the picture day schedule can be found in Google Classroom. All students take these pictures.
    • The Grice Gazette is now recruiting new and existing members. If you are interested in being a member of the Grice Gazette, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10. The first meeting will be held September 18th. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Room L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Passes will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete. 
    Comments (-1)
  • September 9, 2019

    • Grice Middle School will take school pictures this week on Thursday, September 12 and Friday, September 13, 2019. Students will take pictures during their Science and Social Studies classes. If you currently take Science, you will take your pictures on Thursday, September 12, 2019. If you currently take Social Studies, you will take your pictures on Friday, September 13, 2019. Teachers, the picture day schedule can be found in Google Classroom. All students take these pictures.
    • The Grice Gazette is now recruiting new and existing members. If you are interested in being a member of the Grice Gazette, please see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10. The first meeting will be held September 18th. 
    • Attention Students: Are you interested in visiting an elementary school, creating crafts for cancer care patients, making food baskets, or helping with school service: If so, sign up for the Red Cross Club. Today, computers will be available to sign up during your lunch. Club will meet during lunch in Rooom L-1 once a week or on Thursday after school. Plasses will be sent to homeroom once sign-ups are complete. 
    Comments (-1)
  • September 6, 2019

    Are you a winner? 10 lockers today have "Orange and Black Locker Winner" slips. If you are one of these lucky winners, bring your slip to Room D-1 to claim your prize and be entered in today's grand prize drawing. Today's "Orange and Black Locker Grand Prize Winner" is Ethan Sanchez. Please see Ms. Eichhorn in Room D-1 to claim your prize. Ethan has won a Grice t-shirt. 

    Comments (-1)
  • September 5, 2019

    • On Friday, September 6, 2019, we will be have a Back-to-School Rally. The periods per grade level are as follows: 6th grade during periods 1, 2, 3; 7th grade during periods 6 & 7; 8th grade during periods 8 & 9. Pride students should wear black and Spirit students should wear orange.
    • Tomorrow is our first Orange and Black Friday of the school year. Every Friday we ask you to wear orange and black to show your school spirit. This year Student Council will be awarding prizes on orange and black Fridays. Here is how it will work. On Friday morning Student Council will place winner slips in 10 random lockers. If you are a winner, bring the slip to Room D-1 that day by the beginning of 9th period. Every winner will receive an orange and black prize pack. In addition, winners will be entered into our weekly grand prize drawing. The grand prize winner will be announced Friday during 9th period. 
    • Grice is proud to have a Track & Field Team. Get high school ready by participating in track and field in Middle School. Sign up is during lunches on Monday, September 9th. We will provide parent permission slip and physical exam packet.  

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Grice Middle School:

    September 4, 2019

    Welcome to Grice - Today is the First Day of School

    Comments (-1)
  • June 18, 2019

    • Our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days continues with Wednesday's theme. Wear your Grice T-Shirt to show your school spirit on the last day of school.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    Comments (-1)
  • June 17, 2019

    • Our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days continues with Tuesday's theme of "Aloha to School." Wear hawaiian clothes; no bathing suits to show your school spirit.     
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 14, 2019

    • Our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days continues with Monday's theme of "Summer Dress to Impress." Come to school looking your finest to show your school spirit.   
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Cast of Madagascar, Jr.: If you placed an order for a DVD  or USB of the show, please pick it up TODAY in Room A-12. All orders are in!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Monitor" and it is a verb. Monitor means to check the progress of something over a certain period of time. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Sarah Berkenkopf with the following sentence:Teachers help monitor the halls by checking passes and making sure everyone gets to class on time. CONGRATULATIONS Sarah! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your prize! Thank you to all who submitted Word of the Week sentences this year! Tune in this fall for next year's new Word of the Week Challenges!!
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 13, 2019

    • Attention students attending the Dorney Park Trip tomorrow. Please check the itinerary on the Grice Band Website and remember to arrive by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow.
    • Our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days continues with tomorrow's theme of "Fun In the Sun Day." Wear fun summer clothing tomorrow to show your school spirit. No bathing suits may be worn.  
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Cast of Madagascar, Jr.: If you placed an order for a DVD  or USB of the show, please pick it up TODAY in Room A-12. All orders are in!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Monitor" and it is a verb. Ms. Iannatto's class monitored the growth of bacteria over the course of a month. Monitor means to check the progress of something over a certain period of time. Sentence: Ms. Porter and Mr. Bergren monitor the hallways during class period. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "monitor" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday! Good luck! If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 12, 2019

    • Our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days continues with tomorrow's theme of "Sail Into Summer Day." Show your school spirit by wearing sandals tomorrow, Thursday,  June 13, 2019. 
    • The Grice Gazette will be having an end-of-the-year party today, Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. in Room C-5. Please arrange for a ride home by 3:45 p.m.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Cast of Madagascar, Jr.: If you placed an order for a DVD  or USB of the show, please pick it up TODAY in Room A-12. All orders are in!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Monitor" and it is a verb. Monitor means to check the progress of something over a certain period of time. Sentence: Ms. Porter and Mr. Bergren monitor the hallways during class period. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "monitor" correctly to Miss Greubel in Rooom B-3 by Thursday! Good luck! If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 11, 2019

    • Our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days continues with tomorrow's theme of "We're all one team." Show your school spirit by wearing orange clothing.
    • The Grice Gazette will be having an end-of-the-year party Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. in Room C-5. Please arrange for a ride home by 3:45 p.m.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Cast of Madagascar, Jr.: If you placed an order for a DVD  or USB of the show, please pick it up TODAY in Room A-12. All orders are in!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Monitor" and it is a verb. Monitor means to check the progress of something over a certain period of time. Sentence: Ms. Porter and Mr. Bergren monitor the hallways during class period. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "monitor" correctly to Miss Greubel in Rooom B-3 by Thursday! Good luck! If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 7, 2019

    • Monday, June 10, 2019 begins our Countdown to Summer Spirit Days. Monday's theme is "Neon Day." Come to school in your brightest clothes to show your school spirit.
    • Philly Pretzel Sale: There will be Philadelphia Soft Pretzel sale today. The cost per pretzel is $1.00.
    • Anyone can join in the National Wear Orange campaign by pledging to wear orange today, Friday, June 7th. Orange is a color that symbolizes the value of human life and wearing it on June 7th will help raise awareness about gun violence and honor the lives of gun violence victims and survivors. We ask all student and staff to please wear orange tomorrow, Friday, June 7th for National Gun Violence Awareness.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Cast of Madagascar, Jr.: If you placed an order for a DVD  or USB of the show, please pick it up TODAY in Room A-12. All orders are in!
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members attending the Dorney Park Trip. There is a mandatory meeting in Room A-106 on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. Make every effort to attend.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Persevere" and it is a verb. Persevere means to keep doing something even though it is difficult. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: John Chatham withthe following sentence: The new recruit persevered through the  harsh conditions to get into the military. CONGRATULATIONS John! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • Yearbooks: Extra yearbooks will be on sale very soon. If you would like to reserve one, send in $40 CASH ONLY in an envelope with your name and homeroom. Bring to Main Office or Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105. Thank you.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 6, 2019

    • Philly Pretzel Sale: There will be Philadelphia Soft Pretzel sale tomorrow. The cost per pretzel is $1.00.
    • Anyone can join in the National Wear Orange campaign by pledging to wear orange tomorrow, Friday, June 7th. Orange is a color that symbolizes the value of human life and wearing it on June 7th will help raise awareness about gun violence and honor the lives of gun violence victims and survivors. We ask all student and staff to please wear orange tomorrow, Friday, June 7th for National Gun Violence Awareness.
    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is today, Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Course Recovery: Please report directly to your assigned Course Recovery classroom today.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Cast of Madagascar, Jr.: If you placed an order for a DVD  or USB of the show, please pick it up TODAY in Room A-12. All orders are in!
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members attending the Dorney Park Trip. There is a mandatory meeting in Room A-106 on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. Make every effort to attend.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Persevere" and it is a verb. Persevere means to keep doing something even though it is difficult. Sentence: My dog persevered even though the bone seemed like a daunting task. Remember, all you have  to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "persevere" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, June 6, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 5, 2019

    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is today, Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Course Recovery: Please report directly to your assigned Course Recovery classroom today.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting today, Wednesday, June 5, 2019 until 3:45 p.m. All articles must be submitted by Wednesday to be published in the summer issue. 
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members attending the Dorney Park Trip. There is a mandatory meeting in Room A-106 on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. Make every effort to attend.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Persevere" and it is a verb. Persevere means to keep doing something even though it is difficult. Sentence: Though it may be difficult, each and every student perseveres through NJSLA with a great attitude! Remember, all you have  to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "persevere" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, June 6, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 4, 2019

    • Today is a One Session Day. Dismissal is at 12:45 p.m.
    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 until 3:45 p.m. All articles must be submitted by Wednesday to be published in the summer issue. 
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members attending the Dorney Park Trip. There is a mandatory meeting in Room A-106 on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. Make every effort to attend.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Persevere" and it is a verb. Persevere means to keep doing something even though it is difficult. Sentence: In September, we persevere through the school day, even though it is hot. Remember, all you have  to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "persevere" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, June 6, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.

     

    Comments (-1)
  • June 3, 2019

    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 until 3:45 p.m. All articles must be submitted by Wednesday to be published in the summer issue. 
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members attending the Dorney Park Trip. There is a mandatory meeting in Room A-106 on Thursday, June 6, 2019 from 8:00 - 8:20 a.m. Make every effort to attend.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Persevere" and it is a verb. Persevere means to keep doing something even though it is difficult. Sentence: Nandia persevered through the mile run, even though she wanted to fall down. Remember, all you have  to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "persevere" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, June 6, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 31, 2019

    • Please remember that today, Friday, May 31, 2019 is the Frogbridge Trip for 8th Grade and Activity Day for 6th and 7th Grade. Please remember to bring plenty of water, sunscreen and dress for the weather.
    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week Challenge is "Initiate" and it is a verb. Initiate means to make something begin or happen. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Xzavier Shuren with the following sentence "We had to initiate a new plan because the old one had failed." CONGRATULATIONS Xzavier! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 30, 2019

    • Please remember that tomorrow, Friday, May 30, 2019 is the Frogbridge Trip for 8th Grade and Activity Day for 6th and 7th Grade. Please remember to bring plenty of water, sunscreen and dress for the weather.
    • Students participating in Credit Recovery Program today are to report to the Cafeteria immediately at dismissal.
    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of May. The lucky winner of a $15 gift card to Friendly's AND a $10 gift card to Rita's is...Amaris Marquez!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Initiate" and it is a verb. Initiate means to make something begin or happen. Sentence: Darren initiated the start of the game by blowing the whistle. Remember all you have to do for a chance to w9in the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "initiate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B3 by today,  Thursday, May 30, 2019.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 29, 2019

    • Please remember that tomorrow, Thursday, May 30, 2019 is the Renaissance Field Day. Please remember to bring plenty of water, sunscreen and dress for the weather.
    • Students participating in Credit Recovery Program today are to report to the Cafeteria immediately at dismissal.
    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a 15 dollar gift card to Friendly's. Good Luck!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Initiate" and it is a verb. Initiate means to make something begin or happen. Sentence: The start of the race was initiated by the waving of the checkered flag. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to w9in the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "initiate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B3 by tomorrow, Thursday, May 30, 2019.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 28, 2019

    • Students participating in Credit Recovery Program today are to report to the Cafeteria immediately at dismissal.
    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a 15 dollar gift card to Friendly's. Good Luck!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Initiate" and it is a verb. Initiate means to make something begin or happen. Sentence: Mrs. Route initiated the chemical reaction by dropping Mentos into soda. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to w9in the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "initiate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B3 by Thursday, May 30, 2019.
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 27, 2019

    Schools Closed (Memorial Day) Students and Staff

    Comments (-1)
  • May 24, 2019

    Schools Closed Students & Staff

    Comments (-1)
  • May 23, 2019

    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale today, Thursday, May 23, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a 15 dollar gift card to Friendly's. Good Luck!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Stimulate and it is a verb. Stimulate means to encourage something to be more active. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Allyson Follonosa with the following sentence: I love ELA class because it stimulates my brain! CONGRATULATIONS Allyson! Plase see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Tuesday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 22, 2019

    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Attention BRIGHT CLUB Students: Please remember to wear your shirts.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. today in Room A-10. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale tomorrow, Thursday, May 23, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a 15 dollar gift card to Friendly's. Good Luck!
    • Student Council: There will be no Thursday Student Council meeting this week. 8th graders please attend Wednesday's meeting. This will be the final week for Student Council morning meetings. We hope to see everyone there.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Stimulate and it is a verb. Sentence: Playing Kahoot in Ms. Naglak's class stimulates your brain. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "stimulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 21, 2019

    • "Aware Because We Care Day" is Wednesday, June 5th. The theme is "Listen to Me...Hear Me." We want to hear from you. Who: The Students, we want to hear from you. What: We want to hear from you about current topics.  Examples include: Diversity, Current Events, World Events, Student Issues, Student Recognition, Student Culture, Achievements, Family, Community, Sports  
      • When: All entries are due by the end of the day in Guidance by Friday, May 31st   
      • Where: All entries will be displayed in the Main Hall on Wednesday, June 5th 
      • How: Write a paragraph, a few sentences, draw a picture, or submit a photo. All entries should follow these guidelines: True not a Rumor; Helpful not Harmful; Informational not Gossip; Needed not Irrelevant; Kind not Harsh         ENTRIES are due by Friday, May 31st     See your counselor for more information.
    • Attention BRIGHT CLUB Students: Please remember to wear your shirts.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. tomorrow in Room A-10. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale today, Thursday, May 23, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of May are due WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a 15 dollar gift card to Friendly's. Good Luck!
    • Renaissance Team: Italian ice tickets will be on sale today. Italian ice will be $2.
    • Student Council: There will be no Thursday Student Council meeting this week. 8th graders please attend Wednesday's meeting. This will be the final week for Student Council morning meetings. We hope to see everyone there.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Stimulate and it is a verb. Sentence: Running in P.E. class stimulates your muscles. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "stimulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 20, 2019

    • Congratulations go to the Grice Orchestras for their successful participation in the Music Showcase Festival this past Friday, May 10, 2019. The Day 2 Orchestra received a rating of Excellent, with a special award going to 7th grader Ethan Teques for his fine playing. The Day 1 Orchestra also received a rating of Excellent with special honors going to the First Violin and Cello sections, as well as individual honors going to 7th grader Sean Collins for his stand-out playing. Last but not least, the 8th Grade Orchestra receive a rating of Superiror with special honors going to the First and Second Violin Sections. The ensemble and section trophies are on display in the Main Office. Well done one and all!
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale today, Thursday, May 23, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: There will be no Student Council meetiing this week. 8th graders please attend Wednesday's meeting. This will be the final week for Student Council morning meetings. We hope to see everyone there.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Stimulate and it is a verb. Sentence: In ELA class, the topic of the Holocaust always stimulates the students to want to make a difference. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "stimulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Good Luck!
    • 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 17, 2019

    • May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. We chose to designate May 15th this year as an awareness day upon request of one of our students. Please wear purple on Wednesday, May 15th to show support. People with Cystic Fibrosis can have a variety of symptoms , including: persistent coughing, frequent lung infections including pneumonia or bronchitis, wheezing or shortness of breath and/or, poor growth or weight gain in spite of a good apetite.
    • Congratulations go to the Grice Orchestras for their successful participation in the Music Showcase Festival this past Friday, May 10, 2019. The Day 2 Orchestra received a rating of Excellent, with a special award going to 7th grader Ethan Teques for his fine playing. The Day 1 Orchestra also received a rating of Excellent with special honors going to the First Violin and Cello sections, as well as individual honors going to 7th grader Sean Collins for his stand-out playing. Last but not least, the 8th Grade Orchestra receive a rating of Superiror with special honors going to the First and Second Violin Sections. The ensemble and section trophies are on display in the Main Office. Well done one and all!
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale today, Friday, May 17, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. We will see you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Problem of the Month: The problem of the month for April/May is due today,  Friday, May 17, 2019. Prizes will be awarded next week.
    • Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting Wednesday of this week. Please attend Thursday's meeting this week.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's Word of the Week is "Enhance," and it is a verb. Enhance means to make something better. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Parker Kovach with the following sentence: My math teacher told me to work hard to enhance my grade for the marking period. CONGRATULATIONS Parker! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 16, 2019

    • May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. We chose to designate May 15th this year as an awareness day upon request of one of our students. Please wear purple on Wednesday, May 15th to show support. People with Cystic Fibrosis can have a variety of symptoms , including: persistent coughing, frequent lung infections including pneumonia or bronchitis, wheezing or shortness of breath and/or, poor growth or weight gain in spite of a good apetite.
    • Congratulations go to the Grice Orchestras for their successful participation in the Music Showcase Festival this past Friday, May 10, 2019. The Day 2 Orchestra received a rating of Excellent, with a special award going to 7th grader Ethan Teques for his fine playing. The Day 1 Orchestra also received a rating of Excellent with special honors going to the First Violin and Cello sections, as well as individual honors going to 7th grader Sean Collins for his stand-out playing. Last but not least, the 8th Grade Orchestra receive a rating of Superiror with special honors going to the First and Second Violin Sections. The ensemble and section trophies are on display in the Main Office. Well done one and all!
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale this Friday, May 17, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. We will see you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Problem of the Month: The problem of the month for April/May is due this Friday, May 17, 2019. Prizes will be awarded next week.
    • Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting Wednesday of this week. Please attend Thursday's meeting this week.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Enhance," and it is a verb. Enhance means to make something better. Sentence: I like watching my favorite TV show in HD because it enhances the picture on the screen. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "enhance" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 15, 2019

    • May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. We chose to designate May 15th this year as an awareness day upon request of one of our students. Please wear purple on Wednesday, May 15th to show support. People with Cystic Fibrosis can have a variety of symptoms , including: persistent coughing, frequent lung infections including pneumonia or bronchitis, wheezing or shortness of breath and/or, poor growth or weight gain in spite of a good apetite.
    • Congratulations go to the Grice Orchestras for their successful participation in the Music Showcase Festival this past Friday, May 10, 2019. The Day 2 Orchestra received a rating of Excellent, with a special award going to 7th grader Ethan Teques for his fine playing. The Day 1 Orchestra also received a rating of Excellent with special honors going to the First Violin and Cello sections, as well as individual honors going to 7th grader Sean Collins for his stand-out playing. Last but not least, the 8th Grade Orchestra receive a rating of Superiror with special honors going to the First and Second Violin Sections. The ensemble and section trophies are on display in the Main Office. Well done one and all!
    • There will be a Philly Pretzel Sale this Friday, May 17, 2019. The cost is $1 per pretzel.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. We will see you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Problem of the Month: The problem of the month for April/May is due this Friday, May 17, 2019. Prizes will be awarded next week.
    • Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting Wednesday of this week. Please attend Thursday's meeting this week.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Enhance," and it is a verb. Enhance means to make something better. Sentence: The chef enhanced the taste of the soup by adding seasoing to make it taste better. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "enhance" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 14, 2019

    • May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. We chose to designate May 15th this year as an awareness day upon request of one of our students. Please wear purple on Wednesday, May 15th to show support. People with Cystic Fibrosis can have a variety of symptoms , including: persistent coughing, frequent lung infections including pneumonis or bronchitis, wheezing or shortness of breath and/or, poor growth or weight gain in spite of a good apetite.
    • Congratulations go to the Grice Orchestras for their successful participation in the Music Showcase Festival this past Friday, May 10, 2019. The Day 2 Orchestra received a rating of Excellent, with a special award going to 7th grader Ethan Teques for his fine playing. The Day 1 Orchestra also received a rating of Excellent with special honors going to the First Violin and Cello sections, as well as individual honors going to 7th grader Sean Collins for his stand-out playing. Last but not least, the 8th Grade Orchestra receive a rating of Superiror with special honors going to the First and Second Violin Sections. The ensemble and section trophies are on display in the Main Office. Well done one and all!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. We will see you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting Wednesday of this week. Please attend Thursday's meeting this week.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Enhance," and it is a verb. Enhance means to make something better. Sentence: The student enhanced her writing by adding more vivid vocabulary in place of basic words. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "enhance" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any curent 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    Comments (-1)
  • May 13, 2019

    • May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. We chose to designate May 15th this year as an awareness day upon request of one of our students. Please wear purple on Wednesday, May 15th to show support. People with Cystic Fibrosis can have a variety of symptoms , including: persistent coughing, frequent lung infections including pneumonis or bronchitis, wheezing or shortness of breath and/or, poor growth or weight gain in spite of a good apetite.
    • Congratulations go to the Grice Orchestras for their successful participation in the Music Showcase Festival this past Friday, May 10, 2019. The Day 2 Orchestra received a rating of Excellent, with a special award going to 7th grader Ethan Teques for his fine playing. The Day 1 Orchestra also received a rating of Excellent with special honors going to the First Violin and Cello sections, as well as individual honors going to 7th grader Sean Collins for his stand-out playing. Last but not least, the 8th Grade Orchestra receive a rating of Superiror with special honors going to the First and Second Violin Sections. The ensemble and section trophies are on display in the Main Office. Well done one and all!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any curent 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    • Steinert Color Guard: If you are currently in 8th-11th grade, attending Steinert High School next year, energetic, a team player, and ready to have some FUN, then you are JUST the person we are looking for to join the Award Winning Steinert Marching Unit Color Guard! Join us for tryouts - NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Dress comfortably and wear sneakers; Dates are: Monday, May 20, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Tuesday, May 21, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Wednesday, May 22, 2019: 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Giunta-sgiunta@hamilton.k12.nj.us or call the Steinert Music Office 609-631-4150 ext. 3412 
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Enhance," and it is a verb. Enhance means to make something better. Sentence: Mrs. Wilson asked her art student to enhance their paintings by using shadows. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "enhance" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • May 10, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Vibrant Fusions: Vibrant Fusions will be having our final sale of the year for Mother's Day.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any curent 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 9, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Vibrant Fusions: Vibrant Fusions will be having our final sale of the year for Mother's Day.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any curent 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 8, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Vibrant Fusions: Vibrant Fusions will be having our final sale of the year for Mother's Day.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    • The Nottingham Color Guard will be having two open houses on Monday, May 13th and Tuesday, May 14th between 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. in the Nottingham High School Old Gym. Any curent 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student is welcome to come for as little or as long as they wish on either Monday or Tuesday or for both Monday and Tuesday. Come see what Color Guard is all about! For students who have previously expressed interest, please check your school e-mail for further information.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 7, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 6, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 3, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? Tickets for Friday, May 3rd. The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: There will be a Philadelphia Soft Pretzel sale today. The cost per pretzel is $1.00.
    • Today is Orange and Black Friday. Wear orange and black tomorrow to show your school spirit.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 2, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? Tickets for Friday, May 3rd. The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: There will be a Philadelphia Soft Pretzel sale tomorrow. The cost per pretzel is $1.00.
    • Tomorrow is Orange and Black Friday. Wear orange and black tomorrow to show your school spirit.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • May 1, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? Tickets for Friday, May 3rd. The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: There will no Student Council morning meetings during testing. 
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 30, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? Tickets for Friday, May 3rd. The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: There will no Student Council morning meetings during testing. 
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 29, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Basketball Game: Pride vs. Spirit: Who will win? Tickets for Friday, May 3rd. The cost per ticket is a $3.00 donation.  The game will feature four quarters of Pride vs. Spirit basketball as well as Pride vs. Spirit relays. The game will take place Wednesday, May 8th during periods 7, 8 & 9.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: There will no Student Council morning meetings during testing. 
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Nottingham Cheerleading Tryouts will be held June 11th - 14th in the Nottingham High School New Gym from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. In order to tryout, you must have an updated physical.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 26, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • It is once again time for our annual Spring Basketball Game. This year our game will be played with a bit of a twist with bragging rights on the line in a battle of pride versus spirit. This year's basketball game will feature a match up of 8th grade pride girls vs. 8th grade spirit girls, 8th grade pride boys vs. 8th grade spirit boys and grade level house relays. 8th grade students interested in participating, please see Mr. Wilson today during lunch to sign up. Will it be Mr. Monroe's pride house dominating or will Mrs. Piotrowski's spirit house score a SLAM dunk for the win?
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of April. The lucky winner of a $25 Quakerbridge Mall gift card is...Elijah Salguero! Congratulations Elijah. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for May, a $15 gift card to Friendly's and a $10 gift card to Rita's. Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council members: Tomorrow mornings meeting is cancelled.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Broaden" and it is a verb. Broaden means to make something bigger or more generalized. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Timarya Mindek with the following sentence: To broaken my skills in art, I chose to take it as my elective class. CONGRATULATIONS Timarya! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen after NJSLA testing for the next new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 25, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • It is once again time for our annual Spring Basketball Game. This year our game will be played with a bit of a twist with bragging rights on the line in a battle of pride versus spirit. This year's basketball game will feature a match up of 8th grade pride girls vs. 8th grade spirit girls, 8th grade pride boys vs. 8th grade spirit boys and grade level house relays. 8th grade students interested in participating, please see Mr. Wilson today during lunch to sign up. Will it be Mr. Monroe's pride house dominating or will Mrs. Piotrowski's spirit house score a SLAM dunk for the win?
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Red Cross: Due to a conference Tuesday, Red Cross Period 6 will meet on Friday of this week.
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council members: Tomorrow mornings meeting is cancelled.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Broaden" and it is a verb. Broaden means to make something bigger or more generalized. Sentence:  When the popular song came on during the school dance, the circle on the dance floor broadened so we could watch a dance off happening in the center. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "broaden" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, April 25, 2019! Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 24, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • It is once again time for our annual Spring Basketball Game. This year our game will be played with a bit of a twist with bragging rights on the line in a battle of pride versus spirit. This year's basketball game will feature a match up of 8th grade pride girls vs. 8th grade spirit girls, 8th grade pride boys vs. 8th grade spirit boys and grade level house relays. 8th grade students interested in participating, please see Mr. Wilson today during lunch to sign up. Will it be Mr. Monroe's pride house dominating or will Mrs. Piotrowski's spirit house score a SLAM dunk for the win?
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Red Cross: Due to a conference Tuesday, Red Cross Period 6 will meet on Friday of this week. All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council members: Tomorrow mornings meeting is cancelled.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Broaden" and it is a verb. Broaden means to make something bigger or more generalized. Sentence: In an effort to broaden her knowledge about teaching math, Ms. Clark went back to school and got her master's degree. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the word "broaden" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 21, 2019! Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 23, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Red Cross: Due to a conference Tuesday, Red Cross Period 6 will meet on Friday of this week. All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council members: Tomorrow mornings meeting is cancelled.
    • Student Council Earbuds: Student Council will be selling Grice Middle School earbuds this week for $2.00 during homeroom. Earbuds will be delivered on Monday morning for the first day of NJSLA testing. Students you may use these earbuds during testing. The use of wireless or bluetooth earbuds and headphones is not allowed during NJSLA testing. 
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Broaden" and it is a verb. Broaden means to make something bigger or more generalized. Sentence: Mr. Wilmot wanted to broaden the jazz band, so he invited his former students to join them to play in the next concert. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the word "broaden" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 21, 2019! Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 22, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble. On April 12th, they received an Outstanding Rating at the Princeton High School Jazz Festival. On April 13th, the group was ranked 2nd overall at the Jackson Liberty Jazz Festival. Mario Palazzone and Abigail Gastaya received musicianship awards, Jayden Ramirez received a Best Overal Soloist award, and the group received the award for Best Rhythm Section. Way to Go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Red Cross: Due to a conference Tuesday, Red Cross Period 6 will meet on Friday of this week. All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Broaden" and it is a verb. Broaden means to make something bigger or more generalized. Sentence: The boy's face lit up with a broadened smile when he got an A on his math test. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the word "broaden" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 21, 2019! Good Luck!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 22, 2019

    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of April are due THURSDAY, APRIL 25th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a $25 gift card to Quakerbridge Mall. Good Luck!
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Elaborate." Elaborate means to tell more about something. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Carmen Baez with the following sentence: I finished my ELA essay, but I feel that I need to elaborate on some details. CONGRATULATIONS Carmen! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen after Spring Break for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.

    April 15 - 19, 2019

    Schools Closed (Spring Recess)

    Comments (-1)
  • April 15 - 19, 2019

    Schools Closed (Spring Recess)

    Comments (-1)
  • April 15 - 19, 2019

    Schools Closed (Spring Recess)

    Comments (-1)
  • April 15 - 19, 2019

    Schools Closed (Spring Recess)

    Comments (-1)
  • April 15 - 19, 2019

    Schools Closed (Spring Recess)

    Comments (-1)
  • April 12, 2019

    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention 6th Grade Monday Red Cross: Club is moved to Wednesday of this week. Please attend on Wednesday, Period 4.  
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Elaborate." Elaborate means to tell more about something. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Carmen Baez with the following sentence: I finished my ELA essay, but I feel that I need to elaborate on some details. CONGRATULATIONS Carmen! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen after Spring Break for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • April 11, 2019

    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention 6th Grade Monday Red Cross: Club is moved to Wednesday of this week. Please attend on Wednesday, Period 4.  
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Elaborate." Elaborate means to tell more about something. Sentence: After the first science experiment didn't work, Miss Iannatto's class derived a new plan with a better formula.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "elaborate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by tomorrow, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Good luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • April 10, 2019

    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention 6th Grade Monday Red Cross: Club is moved to Wednesday of this week. Please attend on Wednesday, Period 4.  
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Elaborate." Elaborate means to tell more about something. Sentence: The story that the student told Mr. Walker was so elaborate that he knew it could not be true.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "elaborate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 11, 2019. Good luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • April 9, 2019

    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention 6th Grade Monday Red Cross: Club is moved to Wednesday of this week. Please attend on Wednesday, Period 4.  
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Elaborate." Elaborate means to tell more about something. Sentence: The elaborate design of the painting caught the attention of the judges of the art competition. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "elaborate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 11, 2019. Good luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • April 8, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crossword puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention 6th Grade Monday Red Cross: Club is moved to Wednesday of this week. Please attend on Wednesday, Period 4.  
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Elaborate." Elaborate means to tell more about something. Sentence: My teacher told me to elaborate my essay by adding more details to make it more interesting. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "elaborate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 11, 2019. Good luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • April 5, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Grice Gazette: Extra! Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Grice Gazette is hot off the press. Complete the crosswork puzzle in the back for your chance to win a prize!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention Student Council Members: This week's Student Council meetings will only be for members interested in running for the 2019-2020 school year; 6th grade Tuesday and 7th grade Wednesday. There will be no other Student Council meetings this week. 
    • Remember: This week's word of the Week is "Derive." Derive means to take information from a specific source and use it to create something new. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Darren Carthan with the following sentence: I derived information from the study guide and applied it to the test. CONGRATULATIONS Darren! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • April 4, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention Student Council Members: This week's Student Council meetings will only be for members interested in running for the 2019-2020 school year; 6th grade Tuesday and 7th grade Wednesday. There will be no other Student Council meetings this week. 
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Derive," and it is a verb. Derive means to take information from a specific source and use it to create something new. Sentence: After the first science experiment didn't work, Miss Iannatto's class derived a new plan with a better formula. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "derive" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, April 4, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 3, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today, April 3rd. All staff must attend. We will be assigning summer articles and taking a yearbook picture. See you then!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention Student Council Members: This week's Student Council meetings will only be for members interested in running for the 2019-2020 school year; 6th grade Tuesday and 7th grade Wednesday. There will be no other Student Council meetings this week. 
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Derive," and it is a verb. Derive means to take information from a specific source and use it to create something new. Sentence: The students derived their esay about Ancient Egypt based on the information they learned in Mr. Uchrin's class. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "derive" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 4, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 2, 2019

    • Spring Fling Dance: The Spring Fling Dance will be held today from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and includes music, DJ, slice of pizza and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2017-2018 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting on Wednesday, April 3rd. All staff must attend. We will be assigning summer articles and taking a yearbook picture. See you then!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperwork can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention Student Council Members: This week's Student Council meetings will only be for members interested in running for the 2019-2020 school year; 6th grade Tuesday and 7th grade Wednesday. There will be no other Student Council meetings this week. 
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Derive," and it is a verb. Derive means to take information from a specific source and use it to create something new. Sentence: Many English words are derived from Latin and Greek roots. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "derive" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 4, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • April 1, 2019

    • Spring Fling Dance: Attention Students, tickets are now on sale for the Spring Fling Dance. The Spring Fling Dance will be held on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and includes music, DJ, slice of pizza and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2017-2018 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting on Wednesday, April 3rd. All staff must attend. We will be assigning summer articles and taking a yearbook pricure. See you then!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Attention Student Council Members: This week's Student Council meetings will only be for members interested in running for the 2019-2020 school year; 6th grade Tuesday and 7th grade Wednesday. There will be no other Student Council meetings this week. 
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Derive," and it is a verb. Derive means to take information from a specific source and use it to create something new. Sentence: The book I am Matala was derived from the real experience of the author.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "derive" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, April 4, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • March 28, 2019

    • Spring Fling Dance: Attention Students, tickets are now on sale for the Spring Fling Dance. The Spring Fling Dance will be held on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and includes music, DJ, slice of pizza and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2017-2018 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of March are due FRIDAY, March 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red 8older outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This months's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FREE ticket to the social if you are in 8th grade OR TWO free  AMD movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Generalize: and it is a verb. Generalize means to take information about something and apply it to other things. Sentence: Many theories can be generalized to other branches of science as well. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generalize: correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, March 28, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
  • March 29, 2019

    • Spring Fling Dance: Attention Students, tickets are now on sale for the Spring Fling Dance. The Spring Fling Dance will be held on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and includes music, DJ, slice of pizza and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2017-2018 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice 8th Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of March are due FRIDAY, March 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red 8older outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This months's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FREE ticket to the social if you are in 8th grade OR TWO free  AMD movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Generalize: and it is a verb. Generalize means to take information about something and apply it to other things. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Genevia Boahene with the following sentence: It is disrespectful to generalize things about the poor. CONGRATULATIONS Genevia! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 27, 2019

    • Spring Fling Dance: Attention Students, tickets are now on sale for the Spring Fling Dance. The Spring Fling Dance will be held on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and includes music, DJ, slice of pizza and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2017-2018 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice 8TH Grade Band on a fantastic performance at the Hamilton "Music in our Schools" Instrumental Concert. Mr. Bonomo and Mr. Wilmot are proud of your musicianship and behavior. Way to go!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of March are due FRIDAY, March 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red 8older outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This months's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FREE ticket to the social if you are in 8th grade OR TWO free  AMD movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Generalize: and it is a verb. Generalize means to take information about something and apply it to other things. Sentence: In Science class, we generalize that all mammals have fur or hair and give live birth. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generalize: correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday
    Comments (-1)
  • March 26, 2019

    • Spring Fling Dance: Attention Students, tickets are now on sale for the Spring Fling Dance. The Spring Fling Dance will be held on Tuesday, April 2nd from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and includes music, DJ, slice of pizza and drink. 7th and 8th grade students who earned a Perfect Attendance card from the 2017-2018 school year must return a signed permission slip. Please return your money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of March are due FRIDAY, March 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This months's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FREE ticket to the social if you are in 8th grade OR TWO free  AMD movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Generalize: and it is a verb. Generalize means to take information about something and apply it to other things. Sentence: Stereotypes are formed when people make generalizations about people they don't really know. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generalize: correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 25, 2019

    • On  today, March 25, 2019, the Hamilton Library will be holding the 39th Annual Fine Arts Festival. Admission will be free. The celebration will begin promptly at 6:15 p.m. and end promptly at 8:30 p.m. Hope to see you there.
    • Spring Fling Dance: Today homeroom teachers distributed the permission slips for the Spring Fling Dance today in homeroom. Tickets are $5 and you must return the money and the permission slip by Monday, April 1st.
    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. See you next week.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of March are due FRIDAY, March 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This months's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FREE ticket to the social if you are in 8th grade OR TWO free  AMD movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Generalize: and it is a verb. Generalize means to take information about something and apply it to other things. Sentence: Don't generalize about science fiction after reading only one book. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generalize: correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 22, 2019

    • Today is Orange and Black Friday. Please wear orange and black tomorrow to show your school spirit.
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale today, Friday, March 22, 2019. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC testing. The cost of each soft pretzel is $1.00.
    • On March 25, 2019, the Hamilton Library will be holding the 39th Annual Fine Arts Festival. Admission will be free. The celebration will begin promptly at 6:15 p.m. and end promptly at 8:30 p.m. Hope to see you there.
    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of March are due FRIDAY, March 29th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This months's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FREE ticket to the social if you are in 8th grade OR TWO free  AMD movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Conclude." The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Marianna Seray with the following sentence: After reading Night by Elie Wiesel, I can conclude that he overcame all odds and survived. CONGRATULATIONS Marianna! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize. 
    Comments (-1)
  • March 21, 2019

    • Tomorrow is Orange and Black Friday. Please wear orange and black tomorrow to show your school spirit.
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale tomorrow, Friday, March 22, 2019. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC testing. The cost of each soft pretzel is $1.00.
    • On March 25, 2019, the Hamilton Library will be holding the 39th Annual Fine Arts Festival. Admission will be free. The celebration will begin promptly at 6:15 p.m. and end promptly at 8:30 p.m. Hope to see you there.
    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Conclude." Conclude means to decide something is true after considering related information. Sentence: Always make sure you provide a logical conclusion sentence at the end of your short answer response, "Ms. Zippo reminded her ELA class." Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the work "conclude" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Wednesday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 20, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. today. You only neeed to attend if your article is not complete.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Conclude." Conclude means to decide something is true after considering related information. Sentence: The only animals other than man that scientists can conclusively say have color vision are monkeys and apes. emember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the work "conclude" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Wednesday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 19, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. today. You only neeed to attend if your article is not complete.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Conclude." Conclude means to decide something is true after considering related information. Sentence: After learning about photosynthesis, Miss Tilghman's science class can conclude that all energy comes from the sun.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the work "conclude" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Wednesday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 18, 2019

    • Congratulations to the Grice Jazz Ensemble for their performance at the Steinert Jazz Festival on Saturday. Congratulations to Anoop Singh for outstanding musicianship award and A.J. Maddalena for receiving his second outstanding soloist award of the season.
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Conclude." Conclude means to decide something is true after considering related information. Sentence: Mr. Fitz's class concluded that the molecular volume depends more upon the internal structure of the molecule than its empirical content. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an orignal sentence using the work "conclude" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Wednesday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 15, 2019

    • Madagascar, Jr. Play- March 14th, March 15th & March 16th: Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. 
    • Today is Orange and Black Friday at Grice. Wear Orange and Black to show your School Spirit.
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale today, Friday, March 15, 2019. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC Testing. The cost of each soft pretzel is $1.00.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. 
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Infer." Infer means deciding something is true by gathering and considering information about it. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Zachary Deangelo with the following sentence: I can infer that my brother ate my chocolate since it was all over his face. CONGRATULATIONS Zachary! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 14, 2019

    • Friday is Orange and Black Friday at Grice. Wear Orange and Black to show your School Spirit.
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale tomorrow, Friday, March 15, 2019. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC Testing. The cost of each soft pretzel is $1.00.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Today is Pi Day. It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. 
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Shamrock Shoutout Candy Grams are on sale now through March 13th. This is a perfect way to wish your friends and teachers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom or at the school store during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15th during homeroom. Each candy gram is o.50 and comes with a pot-of gol d containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and a St. Patrick's day lucky coin.  
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Infer." Infer means deciding something is true by gathering and considering information about it. Sentence: We can infer that play rehearsals have begun by the number of students singing and dancing outside the auditorium. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "infer" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 13, 2019

    • Friday is Orange and Black Friday at Grice. Wear Orange and Black to show your School Spirit.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. today. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Shamrock Shoutout Candy Grams are on sale now through March 13th. This is a perfect way to wish your friends and teachers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom or at the school store during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15th during homeroom. Each candy gram is o.50 and comes with a pot-of gol d containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and a St. Patrick's day lucky coin.  
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Infer." Infer means deciding something is true by gathering and considering information about it. Sentence: After Mr. Innocenzi announced the super hero class of the week, we can infer that Mrs. Route's class won from the cheers coming from her classroom. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "infer" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 12, 2019

    • Friday is Orange and Black Friday at Grice. Wear Orange and Black to show your School Spirit.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Shamrock Shoutout Candy Grams are on sale now through March 13th. This is a perfect way to wish your friends and teachers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom or at the school store during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15th during homeroom. Each candy gram is o.50 and comes with a pot-of gol d containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and a St. Patrick's day lucky coin.  
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Infer." Infer means deciding something is true by gathering and considering information about it. Sentence: Google will infer what ads you want to view based on your past history. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "infer" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 11, 2019

    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Shamrock Shoutout Candy Grams are on sale now through March 13th. This is a perfect way to wish your friends and teachers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom or at the school store during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15th during homeroom. Each candy gram is o.50 and comes with a pot-of gol d containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and a St. Patrick's day lucky coin.  
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Infer." Infer means deciding something is true by gathering and considering information about it. Sentence: Guests at Mr. J's dinner party asked for seconds, so you can infer they liked the food. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "infer" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 8, 2019

    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Picture Day: 8th grade students today, during homeroom those of you who are selected to participate in the NAEP exam will receive a pass to allow access to the testing room A-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council will be selling Shamrock Shoutouts beginning, Thursday, March 7th. Shamrock Shoutouts are a perfect way to wish your friends and teacers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Candy-grams can be purchased during homeroom or during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15 during homeroom. Each candy-gram is $0.50 and comes with a pot of gold containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and St. Patrick's Day lucky coin. 
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: This week's word of the week is "Deduce." Deduce means to figure something out by knowing other things that are related to be true. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Zeshan Dixon with the following sentence: I can deduce by the definition that vast is a synonym for huge. CONGRATULATIONS Zeshan! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 7, 2019

    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • This is Anti-Bullying Week. For Friday - wear anti bullying colors - Pride wears RED, Spirit wears BLUE. 80% of teens use a cell phone regularly. Out of those teens 75% use some form of social media. 10 to 20% experience some form of cyber bullying regularly. This can be anything from an unwanted picture and spreading rumors to more serious things like making fake profiles that make a person look bad and even identity theft. Keep in mind what you and your friends post will be out there FOREVER!  
    • Grice Middle School in collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson Hospital will be offering "The Middle School Mini Medical Program" afterschool each Thursday begining on March 14, 2019. This program exposes students to various components of the medical profession including Nursing, Pharmaceuticals, Orthopedics and much more. We have extended the deadline for completed applications until this Friday, March 8, 2019. If you are interested in participating in the Middle Schiool Mini-Med Program, please get an application from Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 pr tje Guildance Office. Again all applications are due to Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 by Friday, March 8, 2019.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • To all participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her a friend is...Aniya Leonard. Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Picture Day: 8th grade students today, during homeroom those of you who are selected to participate in the NAEP exam will receive a pass to allow access to the testing room A-1.
    • Student Council: Student Council will be selling Shamrock Shoutouts beginning, Thursday, March 7th. Shamrock Shoutouts are a perfect way to wish your friends and teacers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Candy-grams can be purchased during homeroom or during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15 during homeroom. Each candy-gram is $0.50 and comes with a pot of gold containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and St. Patrick's Day lucky coin. 
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's word of the week is "Deduce." Deduce means to figure something out by knowing other things that are related to be true. Sentence: In Miss Iannatto's class, his students were able to deduce from their lab results that the gummy bears increased in mass through the process of osmosis. Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Deduce" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 6, 2019

    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • This is Anti-Bullying Week. For Thursday, Wear tie dye or items to support Peace. It is an unfortunate fact that one out of every four students is bullied throughout the school year. And whether at school or online, bullying can result in very tragic situations. Help make Grice a peaceful place. Did you know, over 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of the fear of being bullied? Let's help them feel safe to come back to school.  
    • Grice Middle School in collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson Hospital will be offering "The Middle School Mini Medical Program" afterschool each Thursday begining on March 14, 2019. This program exposes students to various components of the medical profession including Nursing, Pharmaceuticals, Orthopedics and much more. We have extended the deadline for completed applications until this Friday, March 8, 2019. If you are interested in participating in the Middle Schiool Mini-Med Program, please get an application from Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 pr tje Guildance Office. Again all applications are due to Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 by Friday, March 8, 2019.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her and a friend is...Aniya Leonard! Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her a friend is...Aniya Leonard. Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • Student Council: Student Council will be selling Shamrock Shoutouts beginning, Thursday, March 7th. Shamrock Shoutouts are a perfect way to wish your friends and teacers a Happy St. Patrick's Day. Candy-grams can be purchased during homeroom or during lunch. Student Council will deliver these treats on Friday, March 15 during homeroom. Each candy-gram is $0.50 and comes with a pot of gold containing a gold chocolate coin, Hershey kisses and St. Patrick's Day lucky coin. 
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's word of the week is "Deduce." Deduce means to figure something out by knowing other things that are related to be true. Sentence: As soon as the police saw the planted evidence, they were able to deduce the homeowner had faked the robbery. Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Deduce" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 5, 2019

    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • This is Anti-Bullying Week. Did you know, over 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of the fear of being bullied? Let's help them feel safe to come back to school.  Tomorrow is Be Unique - Wear crazy clothes and wacky hair day. No single factor puts someone at risk for being bullied. Anyone can be bullied, but most of the time the ones that are targeted are overweight or underweight, wearing glasses or wearing different clothing than the popular fashion, being new to a school, being perceived as weak, or less popular than others and have few friends. Being different makes you stand out from the group of everyone who looks the same. Don't be afraid to Stand Out and be noticed for who you are. On Wednesday - Be Unique _ Wear crazy clothes and wacky hair.
    • The School Mini Medical Program: We are pleased to announce that Grice Middle School in collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson Hospital will be offering "The Middle School Mini Medical Program." Using hands-on activities, students will be exposed to all facets of the medical industry, this includes pharmaceuticals, nursing, orthopedic medicine and much more during this 8 week program. If you are interested or if you have questions, please see Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 for an application or you can pick one up from the Guidance Office. Applications must be completed and turned in to Mr. Castado by Monday, March 4, 2019.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her and a friend is...Aniya Leonard! Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her a friend is...Aniya Leonard. Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's word of the week is "Deduce." Deduce means to figure something out by knowing other things that are related to be true. Sentence: By counting bakwards, the clerk was able to deduce the correct change to give back to the customer. Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Deduce" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • March 1, 2019

    • Read Across America was developed in 1997 by the National Education Association. Its purpose is to motivate children to read and to celebrate reading. Statistics show that children who are motivated about reading and read more do better in school. Read Across America Day is held annually on the day closest to Dr. Seuss's Birthday, today, Friday, March 1st, we will have a Red & White Spirit Day to celebrate Read Across America Day. Wear red to win points for your homeroom, hall and grade. 
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale today, Friday during the month of March. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC testing. The cost of each solft pretzel is $1.00.
    • Next week will be Anti-Bullying Week. Did you know, over 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of the fear of being bullied? Let's help them feel safe to come back to school.  Monday, March 4, 2019 is Dress Like a Super Hero Day. Although you may not be directly involved in the bullying, there may be times when you see others being bullied. And even though it may be easier to stand by and watch or ignore the bullying, try to keep in mind, we all need a little help from time to time. When you help someone who is being bullied, you are not just helping someone else, you're also helping yourself. It is important to STAND UP for what you believe in and help others when you can. Be a HERO, Help Everyone Respect Others. Stand up for what is right, even if you are standing alone. Be someone's Hero.
    • The Middle School Mini Medical Program: We are pleased to announce that Grice Middle School in collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson Hospital will be offering "The Middle School Mini Medical Program." Using hands-on activities, students will be exposed to all facets of the medical industry, this includes pharmaceuticals, nursing, orthopedic medicine and much more during this 8 week program. If you are interested or if you have questions, please see Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 for an application or you can pick one up from the Guidance Office. Applications must be completed and turned in to Mr. Castado by Monday, March 4, 2019.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her and a friend is...Aniya Leonard! Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck, Keep callm, and read on!
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of February. The lucky winner of a free lunch from the restaurant of her choice for her a friend is...Aniya Leonard. Congratulations Aniya. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to place your order! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for March, a ticket to the Social if you are in the 8th grade, or two free AMC movie tickets if you are in 6th or 7th grade!  Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember: This week's word of the week is "Generate."  Generate means to make or produce. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Parker Kovach with the following sentence: In Social Studies, Ms. Berry told us to generate a diarama about the homoerectus and how they survived. CONGRATULATIONS Parker! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 28, 2019

    • Read Across America was developed in 1997 by the National Education Association. Its purpose is to motivate children to read and to celebrate reading. Statistics show that children who are motivated about reading and read more do better in school. Read Across America Day is held annually on the day closest to Dr. Seuss's Birthday, tomorrow, Friday, March 1st, we will have a Red & White Spirit Day to celebrate Read Across America Day. Wear red to win points for your homeroom, hall and grade. 
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale on each Friday during the month of March. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC testing. The cost of each solft pretzel is $1.00.
    • Next week will be Anti-Bullying Week. Did you know, over 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of the fear of being bullied? Let's help them feel safe to come back to school.  Monday, March 4, 2019 is Dress Like a Super Hero Day. Although you may not be directly involved in the bullying, there may be times when you see others being bullied. And even though it may be easier to stand by and watch or ignore the bullying, try to keep in mind, we all need a little help from time to time. When you help someone who is being bullied, you are not just helping someone else, you're also helping yourself. It is important to STAND UP for what you believe in and help others when you can. Be a HERO, Help Everyone Respect Others. Stand up for what is right, even if you are standing alone. Be someone's Hero.
    • The Middle School Mini Medical Program: We are pleased to announce that Grice Middle School in collaboration with Robert Wood Johnson Hospital will be offering "The Middle School Mini Medical Program." Using hands-on activities, students will be exposed to all facets of the medical industry, this includes pharmaceuticals, nursing, orthopedic medicine and much more during this 8 week program. If you are interested or if you have questions, please see Mr. Castaldo in Room A-5 for an application or you can pick one up from the Guidance Office. Applications must be completed and turned in to Mr. Castado by Monday, March 4, 2019.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of February. Students who complete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of February are due THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of  your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a free lunch from the restaurant of your choice for you and a friend! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Generate" and it is a verb. Generate means to bring something into existence. Sentence: Mrs. Fletcher teaches her students how the founding father's generated the constitution. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, February 28th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 27, 2019

    • Grice Gazette will meet today, Wednesday, February 27th until 3:45 p.m. in Room C-5. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Read Across America was developed in 1997 by the National Education Association. Its purpose is to motivate children to read and to celebrate reading. Statistics show that children who are motivated about reading and read more do better in school. Read Across America Day is held annually on the day closest to Dr. Seuss's Birthday, March 2nd. On Friday, March 1st, we will have a Red & White Spirit Day to celebrate Read Across America Day.
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale on each Friday during the month of March. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC testing. The cost of each solft pretzel is $1.00.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of February. Students who complete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of February are due THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of  your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a free lunch from the restaurant of your choice for you and a friend! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Generate" and it is a verb. Generate means to bring something into existence. Sentence: The students in Mr. Fitz's class showed how a volcano erupts by generating an experiment. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, February 28th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 26, 2019

    • Grice Gazette will meet Wednesday, February 27th until 3:45 p.m. in Room C-5. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Read Across America was developed in 1997 by the National Education Association. Its purpose is to motivate children to read and to celebrate reading. Statistics show that children who are motivated about reading and read more do better in school. Read Across America Day is held annually on the day closest to Dr. Seuss's Birthday, March 2nd. On Friday, March 1st, we will have a Red & White Spirit Day to celebrate Read Across America Day.
    • Student Council will be holding a pretzel sale on each Friday during the month of March. Proceeds from the sales will be used to purchase pretzel snacks during PARCC testing. The cost of each solft pretzel is $1.00.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of February. Students who complete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of February are due THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of  your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a free lunch from the restaurant of your choice for you and a friend! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Generate" and it is a verb. Generate means to bring something into existence. Sentence: Last year's 8th grade class generated pieces of advice for this year's students to succeed in ELA class. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, February 28th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 25, 2019

    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of February. Students who complete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of February are due THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of  your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a free lunch from the restaurant of your choice for you and a friend! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Generate" and it is a verb. Generate means to bring something into existence. Sentence: Ms. Bingaman asked her students to generate ideas about the theme of the novel. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, February 28th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 22, 2019

    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of February. Students who complete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of February are due THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of  your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a free lunch from the restaurant of your choice for you and a friend! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Generate" and it is a verb. Generate means to bring something into existence. Sentence: Ms. Bingaman asked her students to generate ideas about the theme of the novel. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "generate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, February 28th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 21, 2019

    • Tomorrow is Orange and Black Friday. Please wear Orange and Black tomorrow to show your school spirit.
    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of FebruaryStudents who conmplete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of February are due THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th by the end of the day! Please place y;our completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of  your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a free lunch from the restaurant of your choice for you and a friend! Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Compose" and it is a verb. Compose means to put something together using several different parts. Sentence: In gym, Mr. Belviso asked for teams composed of 8 people. Remember, all you have to do for  achance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "compose" correctly to Miss Greubel. Good Luck! 
    Comments (-1)
  • February 19, 2019

    • Do you know what holiday is celebrated on March 14? It's Pi Day. No, not apple pie or pumpkin pie, we are talking about Pi --- that magical number that is used to find the area of a circle, but since we like pizza pie at Grice Middle School, we are going to give you an opportunity to win a pizza pie on Pi Day. Here is how you can win a pizza pie:
    • Complete a math problem of the month for the month of FebruaryStudents who conmplete the problem of the month will be entered into a drawing to win a pizza pie. One winner will be drawn from each grade level to win a pizza pie.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets has started. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Pretzel Day: There will be a Pretzel Sale tomorrow, Friday, February 22nd. The cost per pretzel is $1.00.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • All 8th grade students that are interested in trying out for Cheerleading next year at Hamilton West, the tryout dates are August 12th to August 14th. If there are any questions, please contact Head Coach Camille McCoy-Gilliard at: cmccoy-gilliard@hamilton.k12.nj.us. Permission form and physical paperword can be found on Hamilton High West athletic website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Compose" and it is a verb. Compose means to put something together using several different parts. Sentence: In gym, Mr. Belviso asked for teams composed of 8 people. Remember, all you have to do for  achance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word ":compose" correctly to Miss Greubel. Good Luck! 
    Comments (-1)
  • February 15, 2019

    • Students today we will have our Black History Month Assembly in the gymnasium. We are pleased to welcome back the Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble from Camden, New Jersey. Today during 7th period those of you in good standing will have an opportunity to see professional performers and students from the Camden Performing Arts ASchool perform renditions of traditonal African dances and drum routines that represent a variety of African culture. 
    • NJSLA Afterschool Tutoring here at Grice Middle School will not meet on Monday, February 18, 2019.
    • Pizza Pizza! Who wants to win a free pizza? Listen to hear how you can win a free pizza.
    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets starts on Tuesday, February 19th. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting this week. Please bring your articles to work on.  
    • Community Tutoring: There will be NO Community Tutoring Homework Help this week on Thursday, February 14th at Wilson Elementary School. Tutoring will resume starting next week on February 21st. Any questions, see Ms. Liedtka, Miss Zippo, or Mrs. Cesaro-Golding.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Compile" and it is a verb. Compile means to collect information and put it together. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Timarya Mindek with the following sentence: The art teacher had to compile all of her students' artword for the art fair. CONGRATULATIONS Timarya! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize! 
    Comments (-1)
  • February 14, 2019

    • Attention Cast & Crew of Madagascar, Jr.: The pre-sale for tickets starts on Tuesday, February 19th. Please pick up a ticket form in Room A-102 (Ms. pace) or in Room A-10 (Ms. Bingaman) as soon as possible. Tickets for the general public starts on February 25th so please take advantage of this pre-sale before the 25th.
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Please bring your articles to work on.  
    • Community Tutoring: There will be NO Community Tutoring Homework Help this week on Thursday, February 14th at Wilson Elementary School. Tutoring will resume starting next week on February 21st. Any questions, see Ms. Liedtka, Miss Zippo, or Mrs. Cesaro-Golding.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Compile" and it is a verb. Compile means to collect information and put it together. Sentence: The students from the Grice Gazette complile articles and pictures to create the newspaper. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Compile" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 13, 2019

    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Please bring your articles to work on.  
    • Community Tutoring: There will be NO Community Tutoring Homework Help this week on Thursday, February 14th at Wilson Elementary School. Tutoring will resume starting next week on February 21st. Any questions, see Ms. Liedtka, Miss Zippo, or Mrs. Cesaro-Golding.
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of January. The lucky winner of FOUR MADAGASCAR PLAY TICKETS is...Connor Mooney! Congratulations, Connor. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your tickets! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Compile" and it is a verb. Compile means to collect information and put it together. Sentence: All teachers compile a variety of assessments to determine your grade for a class. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Compile" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • February 8, 2019

    • Today is our last day to donate towards our Hearts for Ryan fundraiser. Many students and staff members have donated to help Ryan and others who have Muscular Dystrophy. Thank you! Forgot your money today? Come see Mrs. Reither in Room L-1 next week during lunch and you can still help out with the research effort. We will announce the totals raised next week! Thank you Grice!
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting this week until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on.  
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Muscular Dystrophy: Do you know someone who has been affected by Muscular Dystrophy? The Hearts for Ryan's Fundraiser is supporting research into muscular dystrophy. Only research can conquer these problems. Please support our friends and neighbors by buying a blue or orange heart, write your first name and spirit or prodie. Let's cover the hall with hearts!
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of January. The lucky winner of FOUR MADAGASCAR PLAY TICKETS is...Connor Mooney! Congratulations, Connor. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your tickets! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Acquire" and it is a verb. Acquire means to gather facts or information. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Katie Mains with the following sentence: I acquire the information I need to correctly answer the question. CONGRATULATIONS KATIE! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Attention Students: There will be NO Community Tutoring homework help this Thursday, February 7th at Wilson Elementary School. Due to elementary Parent Teacher Conferences, there will be NO Community Tutoring homework help this Thursday, February 7th at Wilson Elementary School. Any questions, see Miss Liedtka, Miss Zippo or Mrs. Cesaro-Golding. Thank you. 
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting this week until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on.  
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Math Problem of the Week: Today is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the month for the month of January. 
    • Muscular Dystrophy: Do you know someone who has been affected by Muscular Dystrophy? The Hearts for Ryan's Fundraiser is supporting research into muscular dystrophy. Only research can conquer these problelms. Please support our friends and neighbors by buying a blue or orange heart, write your first name and spirit or prodie. Let's cover the hall with hearts!
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of January. The lucky winner of FOUR MADAGASCAR PLAY TICKETS is...Connor Mooney! Congratulations, Connor. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your tickets! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Acquire" and it is a verb. Acquire means to gather facts or information. Sentence: You may be able to acquire secret codes for your favorite game by reading a gaming magazine. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "acquire" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Attention Students: There will be NO Community Tutoring homework help this Thursday, February 7th at Wilson Elementary School. Due to elementary Parent Teacher Conferences, there will be NO Community Tutoring homework help this Thursday, February 7th at Wilson Elementary School. Any questions, see Miss Liedtka, Miss Zippo or Mrs. Cesaro-Golding. Thank you. 
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting this week until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on.  
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Math Problem of the Week: Today is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the month for the month of January. 
    • Muscular Dystrophy: Do you know someone who has been affected by Muscular Dystrophy? The Hearts for Ryan's Fundraiser is supporting research into muscular dystrophy. Only research can conquer these problelms. Please support our friends and neighbors by buying a blue or orange heart, write your first name and spirit or prodie. Let's cover the hall with hearts!
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice PTA will be hosting a Fundraising night at Texas Roadhouse tonight, February 6th from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m. Please pick up a flier in the Main Office or on the on-line backpack.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of January. The lucky winner of FOUR MADAGASCAR PLAY TICKETS is...Connor Mooney! Congratulations, Connor. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your tickets! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Acquire" and it is a verb. Acquire means to gather facts or information. Sentence: While writing to a response to a narrative piece, you can acquire many details by rereading the passage. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "acquire" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Extra extra read all about it! The new issue of the Grice Gazette is hot off the press! Complete the crossword on the back for a chance to win a prize. 
    • Did you know Cardiovascular Diseases affect nearly 500,000 American women each year? To raise awareness, National Wear Red Day was born. It's held on the first Friday in February every year to raise awareness about heart disease being the No. 1 killer of women. Today is "National Go Red Day" to raise awareness of heart disease please wear red.
    • The Renaissance's Super Bowl Spirit Week is underway! Today is -National Go Red Day - send spirit information to Room D-1. Attention Staffulty participating in door decorating - this is a reminder that your doors are to be completed by the end of the day tomorrow. Good Luck!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Math Problem of the Week: Today is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the month for the month of January. 
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of January. The lucky winner of FOUR MADAGASCAR PLAY TICKETS is...Connor Mooney! Congratulations, Connor. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your tickets! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for February, FREE LUNCH from the restaurant of your choice for YOU AND A FRIEND!! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge Participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm and read on!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Verify." Verify"  means to make sure something is true.  The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Kendra Baggott with the following sentence: On an online website, I had to verify that I am a human. CONGRATULATIONS Kendra! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 Monday to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize. 
    Comments (-1)
    • Grice Middle School Board Game Club is cancelled until further notice.
    • Extra extra read all about it! The new issue of the Grice Gazette is hot off the press! Complete the crossword on the back for a chance to win a prize. 
    • Did you know Cardiovascular Diseases affect nearly 500,000 American women each year? To raise awareness, National Wear Red Day was born. It's held on the first Friday in February every year to raise awareness about heart disease being the No. 1 killer of women. This Friday is "National Go Red Day" to raise awareness of heart disease please wear red.
    • The Renaissance's Super Bowl Spirit Week is underway! Stand up if you're wearing your scholarly apparel and give yourself a pat on the back! You just earned your house some yards! Teachers - please send your Spirit Week slips down to C-5 at the conclusion of homeroom to ensure your house earns its yards! Tomorrow is -National Go Red Day - send spirit information to Room D-1. Attention Staffulty participating in door decorating - this is a reminder that your doors are to be completed by the end of the day tomorrow. Good Luck!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Math Problem of the Week: Tomorrow is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the month for the month of January. 
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of January are due THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FOUR PACK OF tickets to see the school play, Madagascar. Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Verify." Verify"  means to make sure something is true.  Sentence: An orchestra member asked Mr. Jeske to verify if he was holding his bow correctly. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Verify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 BY TOMORROW, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
    • Extra extra read all about it! The new issue of the Grice Gazette is hot off the press! Complete the crossword on the back for a chance to win a prize. 
    • Did you know Cardiovascular Diseases affect nearly 500,000 American women each year? To raise awareness, National Wear Red Day was born. It's held on the first Friday in February every year to raise awareness about heart disease being the No. 1 killer of women. This Friday is "National Go Red Day" to raise awareness of heart disease please wear red.
    • The Renaissance's Super Bowl Spirit Week is underway! Stand up if you're wearing your scholarly apparel and give yourself a pat on the back! You just earned your house some yards! Teachers - please send your Spirit Week slips down to C-5 at the conclusion of homeroom to ensure your house earns its yards! Tomorrow is Throwback Thursday - plese come to school dressed up on clothese from your favorite decade. 
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We have started our Mindful Mondays. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Math Problem of the Week: Tomorrow is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the month for the month of January. 
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of January are due THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FOUR PACK OF tickets to see the school play, Madagascar. Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Verify." Verify"  means to make sure something is true.  Sentence: In Spanish class, the teacher asked his students to verify if another student had correctly conjugated a verb.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Verify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 BY TOMORROW, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
    • Wind Ensemble Rehearsal is cancelled today, Please take your normal transportation home.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting htis week. Please begin working on your Spring issue articles.
    • Did you know Cardiovascular Diseases affect nearly 500,000 American women each year? To raise awareness, National Wear Red Day was born. It's held on the first Friday in February every year to raise awareness about heart disease being the No. 1 killer of women. This Friday is "National Go Red Day" to raise awareness of heart disease please wear red.
    • The Renaissance's Super Bowl Spirit Week is underway! We saw so many NFL jerseys as our Gladiators entered this morning! Thanks to all students for participating. Tomorrow is Scholar Day - please come to school wearing apprarel from a high school, college, university or our armed forces to earn more yards for your house. Teachers - you can add yardage by wearing a piece of apparel from your high school or college alma mater!
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We will be starting our Mindful Monday's this week. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • The Diversity Club will now be meeting on TUESDAYS!! We will meet again this Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Please only attend if you have a signed permission slip and a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Math Problem of the Week: Tomorrow is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the month for the month of January. 
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of January are due THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FOUR PACK OF tickets to see the school play, Madagascar. Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Verify." Verify"  means to make sure something is true.  Sentence: Mr. Juliano asked his math students to verify the answer by rechecking his calculations. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Verify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 BY THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
    • The Renaissance's Super Bowl Spirit Week is underway! Thanks to all the Gladiators who dressed up as a dynamic duo today and thanks to homeroom teachers for keeping track of participation. Send your Spirit Week slips down to Room C-5 at the conclusion of homeroom to ensure your house earns its yards. Tomorrow is NFL Day. Please come to school in your favorite team's gear to earn more yards for your house!
    • Are you ready for some school spirit? For half the year we've worked hard, now it's time to play hard. Today kicks off our Renaissance Super Bowl Spirit Week with Dynamic Duo Day. Batman and Robin...Spongebob and Patrick, Ms. Edghill and Mr. King...team up with a friend and dress up as your favorite dynamic duo! 
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We will be starting our Mindful Monday's this week. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • The Diversity Club will now be meeting on TUESDAYS!! We will meet again this Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Please only attend if you have a signed permission slip and a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Math Problem of the Week: Wednesday, January 30th is your last chance to submit your Math Problem of the Month for the month of January.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of January are due THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FOUR PACK OF tickets to see the school play, Madagascar. Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Verify." Verify"  means to make sure something is true.  Sentence: Miss Bingaman asked her language arts students to verify the type of conflict described in the first chapter of Wonder. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Verify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 BY THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019.
    Comments (-1)
    • Need a few quiet minutes in the morning? We will be starting our Mindful Monday's next week. Come join us in B-102 from 8:02 - 8:17 a.m. You can pick up a pass on the counter across from the Auditorium.
    • Are you ready for some school spirit? For half the year we've worked hard, now it's time to play hard. Monday kicks off our Renaissance Super Bowl Spirit Week with Dynamic Duo Day. Batman and Robin...Spongebob and Patrick, Ms. Edghill and Mr. King...team up with a friend and dress up as your favorite dynamic duo!
    • The Diversity Club will now be meeting on TUESDAYS!! We will meet again next Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Please only attend if you have a signed permission slip and a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of January are due THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a FOUR PACK OF tickets to see the school play, Madagascar. Good Luck!
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Specify." Specify means to describe something clearly and in detail. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Omar Negron with the following sentence: Mr. Innocenzi always specifies why we don't go outside. CONGRATULATIONS Omar! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize. 
    Comments (-1)
    • The Diversity Club will now be meeting on TUESDAYS!! We will meet again next Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Please only attend if you have a signed permission slip and a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Jazz Ensemble: Practice is cancelled for today. Please take your regular transportation home.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Students today is N.J.S.L.A. Afterschool Tutoring at Grice Middle School. Students who have registered for N.J.S.L.A. afterschool tutoring program, your names will be posted in the Cafeteria during lunch. At the end of the school day students who plan on attending and are registered should report to the Cafeteria.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Specify." Specify means to describe something clearly and in detail. Sentence: In Health, Mr. Mo asked his students to specify the steps of the Heimlich maneuver. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Specify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, January 24th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Attention Madagascar Cast and Crew: All code of conducts are due today at 3:00 p.m. If you have not received a copy of the Code of Conduct, please see Mr. Simon or Ms. Sickler.
    • Grice Gazette will meet today, Wednesday, January 23rd until 3:45 p.m. in Room C-5. Please be present if you'd like an article for the next issue.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Students today is N.J.S.L.A. Afterschool Tutoring at Grice Middle School. Students who have registered for N.J.S.L.A. afterschool tutoring program, your names will be posted in the Cafeteria during lunch. At the end of the school day students who plan on attending and are registered should report to the Cafeteria.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Specify." Specify means to describe something clearly and in detail. Sentence: In Science, Miss Iannatto asked us to specify which part of the cell serves as the powerhouse. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Specify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 24th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Attention Madagascar Cast and Crew: All code of conducts are due today at 3:00 p.m. If you have not received a copy of the Code of Conduct, please see Mr. Simon or Ms. Sickler.
    • Grice Gazette will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, January 23rd until 3:45 p.m. in Room C-5. Please be present if you'd like an article for the next issue.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • The School Store will be open this week, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
    • Today is the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Specify." Specify means to describe something clearly and in detail. Sentence: Miss Niglio asked her language arts students to spedcify which detail from the text helped to determine the text's theme.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Specify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 24th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Attention Madagascar Cast and Crew: All code of conducts are due today at 3:00 p.m. If you have not received a copy of the Code of Conduct, please see Mr. Simon or Ms. Sickler. Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • There is 1 week to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Justify." Justify means to explain why something is reasonable or appropriate. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Devon Medway with the following sentence: When I do something wrong at home that my brother has also done, my mother asks, "Does that justify it?" CONGRATULATIONS Devon! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on TUESDAY for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
    • Students do you need help with homework, do you need to use a computer, do you need a quiet place to complete an assignment? Grice Middle School's FOCUS Homework is  here to help! Each Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School some of your favorite teachers help students in the Media Center. If you are interested, please get a permission slip from the Main Office during lunch, have your parents sign it and come get some help.
    • The Hamilton High West PTA is sponsoring an Orientation Program on Wednesday, January 16, 2019.  The program starts promptly at 6:30 pm in the school auditorium.  All 8th grade students, accompanied by their parents, are encouraged to attend.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • There are 2 weeks to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council members: Tomorrow mornings a.m. meeting is cancelled. 7th Grade members may attend Thursday mornings meeting this week.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Justify." Justify means to explain why something is reasonable or appropriate. Sentence: In Math, Miss Naglak expects  her students to justify answers by showing their work.  Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "justify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 17th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Attention Madagascar Cast and Crew: All code of conducts are due today at 3:00 p.m. If you have not received a copy of the Code of Conduct, please see Mr. Simon or Ms. Sickler. Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • Do you need help with your homework or projects? You are in luck; Grice Middle School offers Homework Help at Wilson Elementary School each Thursday 3:45 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. You can bring your younger brother or sister that attends Wilson Elementary School with you. Grice Middle School teachers and Wilson Elementary teachers will be there to help you improve your grades. If you attend regularly you will be eligible to win exciting prizes! Permission slips can be found on the Main Office counter. Hope to see you there.
    • There are 2 weeks to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Justify." Justify means to explain why something is reasonable or appropriate. Sentence: In art class, justify your choice for materials by explaining how they helped you to create your masterpiece. In Language Arts class, Miss Greubel instructed her students to jusify arguments by providing evidence. Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "justify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, January 17th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • The Hamilton High West PTA is sponsoring an Orientation Program today, Wednesday, January 16, 2019.  The program starts promptly at 6:30 pm in the school auditorium.  All 8th grade students, accompanied by their parents, are encouraged to attend.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • There are 2 weeks to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Justify." Justify means to explain why something is reasonable or appropriate. Sentence: In Language Arts class, Miss Greubel instructed her students to jusify arguments by providing evidence. Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "justify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 17th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • The Hamilton High West PTA is sponsoring an Orientation Program on Wednesday, January 16, 2019.  The program starts promptly at 6:30 pm in the school auditorium.  All 8th grade students, accompanied by their parents, are encouraged to attend.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • There are 2 weeks to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Justify." Justify means to explain why something is reasonable or appropriate. Sentence: In Language Arts class, Miss Greubel instructed her students to jusify arguments by providing evidence. Remember, all you  have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "justify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 17th. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • BRIGHT CLUB: Attention Bright Club Members - We will be meeting today during lunches.
    • Madagascar Jr. Cast or Crew Members: Any Madagascar Jr. Cast or Crew Members who were unable to attend Monday's meeting needs to pick up materials from ms. Bingaman in Room A-10 by today at 3:00 p.m. 
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Assert," and we will be using it as a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. Sentence: In Science, Miss Tilghman told her students to assert their conclusions once they tested their hypotheses. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Assert" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, January 9, 2019! Good Luck!

     

    Comments (-1)
    • Orange and Black Fridays resumed today.  Please remember to wear orange and black to show your school spirit.
    • The Hamilton High West PTA is sponsoring an Orientation Program on Wednesday, January 16, 2019.  The program starts promptly at 6:30 pm in the school auditorium.  All 8th grade students, accompanied by their parents, are encouraged to attend.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • There are 2 weeks to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    • Word of the Week: Remember, this week's Word of the Week is "Asert." Assert means to state something confidently.  The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Ava Clugsten with the following sentence: In ELA, I will assert my belief that we should not use plastic because it harms our sea animals. CONGRATULATIONS Ava! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • January 10, 2019

    • Orange and Black Fridays resume tomorrow.  Please remember to wear orange and black to show your school spirit.
    • The Hamilton High West PTA is sponsoring an Orientation Program on Wednesday, January 16, 2019.  The program starts promptly at 6:30 pm in the school auditorium.  All 8th grade students, accompanied by their parents, are encouraged to attend.
    • Permission slips for Grice Middle School's Community Tutoring Program.  Community tutoring this year will be held at Wilson Elementary School on Thursdays from 3:45 pm to 5:45 pm starting today.  Remember to bring some work.  We hope to see you there.
    • There are 2 weeks to the Harlem Wizards event.  Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice website.
    Comments (-1)
    • Attention all Cast & Crew for Madagascar Jr. Our first meeting will be today after school.
    • Diversity Club Meeting: There will NOT be a Diversity Club meeting today after school. Please take your usual transportation home. We will meet again NEXT Monday!
    • Renaissance Squad: All morning meetings are postponed until further notice.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Assert," and we will be using it as a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. Sentence: In Language Arts class, Mrs. Bronski asked her students to assert the main idea of the test and support it with evidence. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Assert" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 9, 2019! Good Luck!

     

    Comments (-1)
  • January 8, 2019

    • BRIGHT CLUB: Attention Bright Club Members - We will be meeting today during 5th and 6th period in Room B103.
    • Grice Gazette Club: The Grice Gazette Club will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday, January 9th. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • Madagascar Jr. Cast or Crew Members: Any Madagascar Jr. Cast or Crew Members who were unable to attend Monday's meeting needs to pick up materials from ms. Bingaman in Room A-10 by today at 3:00 p.m. 
    • Student Council: Attention 7th Grade Student Council Members: There will be no morning meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, January 9th. Thank you.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Assert," and we will be using it as a verb. Assert means to state something confidently. Sentence: In Mrs. Clark's mathematics class, the student found the solution by asserting the point of intersection on the graph. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Assert" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, January 9, 2019! Good Luck!

     

    Comments (-1)
    • Attention all Students who applied for Stage Crew. The final list will be posted Friday at the end of the day. Thank you to everyone who applied.
    • Red Cross: 7th Grade Red Cross in cancelled for today. 
    Comments (-1)
    • There are 3 weeks until our Harlem Wizards event. Tickets are selling quickly so get yours today by going to the Grice Website. SPECIAL NEWS FLASH - the mystery guest that was present for the Grice Talent Show will be playing against the Wizards on January 22nd!
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting today until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on. Thanks!
    • The winner of the Holiday Ornament Contest is...The Lovely Heart by Mrs. Harkins. Just shy was Ms. Summer's Gumball Machine.
    • Attention Renaissance Squad: There will be no meeting tomorrow.

     

    Comments (-1)
    • Attention all Students who applied for Stage Crew. The final list will be posted Friday at the end of the day. Thank you to everyone who applied.
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: Today concludes the Twelve Days of School Spirit. Today's theme is Holiday Hat Day. Student Council would like to thank all the students and staff participated in the Twelve Days of School Spirit. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of December. The lucky winner of a free Grice Middle School t-shirt is Leilani Santiago. Congratulations Leilani! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for January, FREE LUNCH FOR YOU AND A FRIEND FROM THE RESTAURANT OF YOUR CHOICE! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends as they perform for  you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Word of the Week: Remember this week's word of the week is "Elicit" and it is a verb. Elicit means to draw information out of someone.  The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Kayla Fay with the following sentence: When my mom thinks I am lying , she elicits the truth out of me. CONGRATULATIONS Kayla! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B3 now to claim your prize! 
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: The Twelve Days of School Spirit continues today. Today's theme is Ugly Sweater Day. Tomorrow's theme is Holiday Hat Day. Show your school spirit and earn points for your homeroom, grade and hall. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of December. The lucky winner of a free Grice Middle School t-shirt is Leilani Santiago. Congratulations Leilani! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for January, FREE LUNCH FOR YOU AND A FRIEND FROM THE RESTAURANT OF YOUR CHOICE! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends as they perform for  you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Elicit" and it is a verb. Elicit means to draw information out of someone.  Sentence: When my parents elicit information from me about my school day, I always tell them how amazing geometry class was. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Elicity" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, December 20, 2018. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: Today begins week 2 of the Twelve Days of School Spirit. Today's theme is Holiday Colors Day. Wear holiday colors to show your school spirit and earn points for your homeroom, grade and hall. Tomorrow's theme is Pajama Bottom Day. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday, December 19th. Please bring your articles  to work on and we will see you this week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of December are due THURSDAY, December 20th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full  name at the top of your log sheet! 
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, December 19th is the last day to submit the November/December math problem of the month. Prizes will be awarded before winter break.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends as they perform for  you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Attention Dance Team: Please see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich for a Talent Show paper. You will need a talent show paper in order for your family to attend the nighttime performance. Come to C5 or D6 to get your form before the end of the week.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Elicit" and it is a verb. Elicit means to draw information out of someone.  Sentence: Police officers elicit information about a crime from witnesses and possible suspects. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Elicity" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, December 20, 2018. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: Today begins week 2 of the Twelve Days of School Spirit. Today's theme is Holiday Dress to Impress Day. Tomorrow's theme is Holiday Colors Day. Wear holiday colors to show your school spirit and earn points for your homeroom, grade and hall. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Holiday Shopping: Attention Students - Here's your chance to get a headstart on your Holiday Shopping. Vibrant Fusions will be selling handmade fused glass jewelry and ornaments made by Grice Students this Thursday and Friday during all lunches. Prices range from $5 to $15. See you then.
    • Diversity Club: There will be a Diversity Club Meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: Continue to work on your articles and we will see you this week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of December are due THURSDAY, December 20th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full  name at the top of your log sheet! 
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, December 19th is the last day to submit the November/December math problem of the month. Prizes will be awarded before winter break.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends as they perform for  you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Attention Dance Team: Please see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich for a Talent Show paper. You will need a talent show paper in order for your family to attend the nighttime performance. Come to C5 or D6 to get your form before the end of the week.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Elicit" and it is a verb. Elicit means to draw information out of someone.  Sentence: I kept trying to elicit information about my surprise birthday party, but  my friends are really good at keeping secrets. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Elicity" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, December 20, 2018. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: Today concludes week 1 of the Twelve Days of School Spirit. Today's theme is White Out Day. Have Grice students and staff worn enough white for it to snow? Monday's theme is Holiday Dress to Impress. We will announce the winning homeroom for the first week of the 12 days of school spirit this afternoon. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Holiday Shopping: Attention Students - Here's your chance to get a headstart on your Holiday Shopping. Vibrant Fusions will be selling handmade fused glass jewelry and ornaments made by Grice Students this Thursday and Friday during all lunches. Prices range from $5 to $15. See you then.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Continue to work on your articles and we will see you next week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of December are due THURSDAY, December 20th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door, Room B-3. Make sure to include your full  name at the top of your log sheet! 
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, December 19th is the last day to submit the November/December math problem of the month. Prizes will be awarded before winter break.
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Attention Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting tomorrow, Thursday, December 13th. Please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1 today if you are interested in nworking the school store next week. 
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends perform for you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Attention Dance Team: Please see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich for a Talent Show paper. You will need a talent show paper in order for your family to attend the nighttime performance. Come to C5 or D6 to get your form before the end of the week.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Distinguish" and it is a verb. Distinguish means to recognize something for a specific reason. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Sydnee Pierre with the following sentence: I can never distinguish my twin cousins. CONGRATULATIONS Sydnee! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize! 
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: We hope you've had a magical day. Tomorrow's theme is White Out Day. Wear white clothing to earn points for your house. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Holiday Shopping: Attention Students - Here's your chance to get a headstart on your Holiday Shopping. Vibrant Fusions will be selling handmade fused glass jewelry and ornaments made by Grice Students this Thursday and Friday during all lunches. Prices range from $5 to $15. See you then.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Continue to work on your articles and we will see you next week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, December 19th is the last day to submit the November/December math problem of the month. Prizes will be awarded before winter break.
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Attention Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting tomorrow, Thursday, December 13th. Please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1 today if you are interested in nworking the school store next week. 
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends perform for you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Attention Dance Team: Please see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich for a Talent Show paper. You will need a talent show paper in order for your family to attend the nighttime performance. Come to C5 or D6 to get your form before the end of the week.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Distinguish" and it is a verb. Distinguish means to recognize something for a specific reason. Sentence: It is important to distinguish dinosaur fossils so that we have an accurate record of the species. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Distinguish" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • December 12, 2018

    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: We hope you've had a magical day. Tomorrow is Flannel Day. Flannel tops only; no flannel pajamas. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Holiday Shopping: Attention Students - Here's your chance to get a headstart on your Holiday Shopping. Vibrant Fusions will be selling handmade fused glass jewelry and ornaments made by Grice Students this Thursday and Friday during all lunches. Prices range from $5 to $15. See you then.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Continue to work on your articles and we will see you next week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, December 19th is the last day to submit the November/December math problem of the month. Prizes will be awarded before winter break.
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Attention Student Council Members: There will be no weekly meeting tomorrow, Thursday, December 13th. Please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1 today if you are interested in nworking the school store next week. 
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends perform for you during the school day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Distinguish" and it is a verb. Distinguish means to recognize something for a specific reason. Sentence: It is important to distinguish the beliefs of democrats and republicans. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Distinguish" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by tomorrow, Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: We hope you've had a magical day. Tomorrow continues the Twelve Days of School Spirit. Tomorrow's theme is Ghosts of Holidays Past Spirit Day. Students and staff are encourage to wear throwback clothes to show your school spirit and earn points for your homeroom, grade and hall. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Holiday Shopping: Attention Students - Here's your chance to get a headstart on your Holiday Shopping. Vibrant Fusions will be selling handmade fused glass jewelry and ornaments made by Grice Students this Thursday and Friday during all lunches. Prices range from $5 to $15. See you then.
    • Dance Team: The Dance Team will practice on Tuesday, December 11th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please make arrangements to be present or see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich if you cannot attend.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Continue to work on your articles and we will see you next week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends perform for you during the schookl day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Distinguish" and it is a verb. Distinguish means to recognize something for a specific reason. Sentence: Distinguish the ratio of girls to boys in the school. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Distinguish" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Twelve Days of School Spirit: Tomorrow continues the Twelve Days of School Spirit. Tomorrow's theme is disney Day. Remember to refer to the Grice website for the full list of themes. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual 
      Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Dance Team: The Dance Team will practice on Tuesday, December 11th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please make arrangements to be present or see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich if you cannot attend.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will not be meeting this week. Continue to work on your articles and we will see you next week.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Holiday Candy Grams are on sale now through December 19th. Students may purchase candy-grams for friends and teachers in homeroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Talent Show: The annual Grice Talent Show is coming soon! Come see your friends perform for you during the schookl day on December 21, 2018. Tickets are $5.00 and can be purchased in homeroom starting this Thursday, December 13th through next Thursday, December 20th. No tickets will be sold the day of the Talent Show. We hope to see you there!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Distinguish" and it is a verb. Distinguish means to recognize something for a specific reason. Sentence: In ELA, distinguish the adverbs from the adjectives in each sentence. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Distinguish" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Madagascar, Jr.: Attention students who auditioned for Madagascar, Jr., the cast list will be posted on the Auditorium doors by the end of the day today! Thanks so much to EVERYONE who auditioned.
    • Holiday Colors Day here at Grice Miidle School. Monday's theme is Sweatpants Day. Look on the Grice website and check the flyers in the  halls for the themes for each day. Don't forget Thursday, December 20th is our annual
      Ugly Sweater Contest. Prizes will be awarded in all three lunches for the Uglilest sweaters. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Dance Team: The Dance Team will practice on Tuesday, December 11th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please make arrangements to be present or see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich if you cannot attend.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of November. The lucky winner of two free tickets to the Grice Talent Show is ...Daniella DeBonis! Congratulations Daniella! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Looking for that perfect holiday gift, but your parents won't drive you? Student Council has a solution for you! Jingle Grams are a candy cane with a holiday message and will be available for purchase December 10th through December 19th. This is a perfect way to wish your friends and teachers a happy holiday. Students may purchase candy grams for friends and teachers in homeoroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Classify" and it is a verb. Classify means to organize items into groups based on specific attributes. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Cameron Hogan with the following sentence: In the Outsiders, the Socs and the Greasers are classified by their social class and wealth. CONGRATULATIONS Cameron! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • December 5, 2018

    • Holiday Colors Day here at Grice Miidle School:  Thursday, December 6, 2018 we are kicking off Twelve Days of School Spirit. Monday's theme is Sweatpants Day. Look on the Grice website and check the flyers in the  halls for the themes for each day. The winning hall will have their flag flown out front for the month of January.
    • Dance Team: The Dance Team will practice on Tuesday, December 11th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please make arrangements to be present or see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich if you cannot attend.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, December 5th until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your aticles to work on.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of November. The lucky winner of two free tickets to the Grice Talent Show is ...Daniella DeBonis! Congratulations Daniella! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Harlem Wizards: The Wizards are coming! The Wizards are coming! On Tuesday, January 22nd, the world-renowned harlem Wizards will be returning to rice for their awe-inspiring basketball show. Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly. Visit the Grice website to order yours today!
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Looking for that perfect holiday gift, but your parents won't drive you? Student Council has a solution for you! Jingle Grams are a candy cane with a holiday message and will be available for purchase December 10th through December 19th. This is a perfect way to wish your friends and teachers a happy holiday. Students may purchase candy grams for friends and teachers in homeoroom. Holiday elves will deliver these treats on Friday, December 21st during homeroom. Each candy-gram is .50. 
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Vocal Students: This is a reminder tht our combined rehearsals today are as follows: 6th grade periods 1 & 7, 7th grade periods 3 & 9 and 8th grade periods 2 & 8. Please come to the Auditorium quietly and ready to sing.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Classify" and it is a verb. Classify means to organize items into groups based on specific attributes. Sentence: Classify all 50 states in the U.S.into two groups: densely populated and sparsely populated. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Classify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Rooom B-3 by Thursday, December 6th! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • December 4, 2018

    • Dance Team: The Dance Team will practice today from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. in the Gym. Please see Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich during the day today if you cannot attend. See you then!
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, December 5th until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your aticles to work on.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of November. The lucky winner of two free tickets to the Grice Talent Show is ...Daniella DeBonis! Congratulations Daniella! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club: Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Vocal Students: This is a reminder tht our combined rehearsals today are as follows: 6th grade periods 1 & 7, 7th grade periods 3 & 9 and 8th grade periods 2 & 8. Please come to the Auditorium quietly and ready to sing.
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Classify" and it is a verb. Classify means to organize items into groups based on specific attributes. Sentence: In mathematics, word problems may need to be classified based on difficulty and complexity. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Classify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Rooom B-3 by Thursday, December 6th! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • December 3, 2018

    • Diversity Club: There will NOT be a Diversity Club meeting today after school. Please take your regular transportation home.
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: A special thanks to all those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of November. The lucky winner of two free tickets to the Grice Talent Show is ...Daniella DeBonis! Congratulations Daniella! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize! To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for December, a free Grice Middle School T-shirt! Don't forget that at the end of the  year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck. Keep calm, and read on!
    • Red Cross: Good Morning Grice. This message is from the Red Cross Club:
    • Bells Ring, children sing! Lights in the park sparkle in the dark. Share the joy with girls and boys! New and gently used gifts are needed for children from the Hamilton area. Please fill up our big toy box in front of the Main Office with your unwrapped toys, books, sports, musical or art supplies. Gifts are needed for all ages and will be collected until December 14th. Thank you for being generous!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Classify" and it is a verb. Classify means to organize items into groups based on specific attributes. Sentence: In ELA class, you may have to classify words as nouns, verbs or adjectives. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Classify" correctly to Miss Greubel in Rooom B-3 by Thursday, December 6th! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 30, 2018

    • Auditions: Everyone who auditioned for Madagascar Jr.: The callback list was posted on the Auditorium doors. Remember, if you are not on callback list, it does not mean you won't be part of the show. Thank you everyone who auditioned! Callbacks will be Friday, November 30th. 
    • Book Fair: The Book Fair will be held this week in the Media Center, therefore, Computers Before Class will be closed closed through Friday, November 30th.
    • Dance Team: Just a reminder to see you next week. 
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of November are due Friday, November 30th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Categorize" and it is a verb. Categorize means to put items into groups. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is Jeremy Showalter with the following sentence: I categorize my shoes by brand. CONGRATULATIONS Jeremy! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
    • Auditions: Everyone who auditioned for Madagascar Jr.: The callback list was posted on the Auditorium doors. Remember, if you are not on callback list, it does not mean you won't be part of the show. Thank you everyone who auditioned! Callbacks will be Friday, November 30th. 
    • Book Fair: The Book Fair will be held this week in the Media Center, therefore, Computers Before Class will be closed closed through Friday, November 30th.
    • Dance Team: Just a reminder to see you next week. 
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of November are due Friday, November 30th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • Renaissance: It is that time of year where our to do lists keep getting longer and longer as we head into the holiday season. Why not take a break? Join our Grice Renaissance Program for a family movie night of "The Polar Express" on Tuesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale from Thursday, November 29th through Tuesday, December 18th. Each ticket includes a hot chocolate and bag of cookies to consume during our brief intermission. Buy you ticket with our Early Bird pricing and save a little money.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Categorize" and it is a verb. Categorize means to put items into groups. Sentence: In art class, before you begin painting, categorize all the shapes and colors that you want in the piece. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Categorize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Auditions: Everyone who auditioned for Madagascar Jr.: The callback list were posted on the Auditorium doors. Remember, if you are not on callback list, it does not mean you won't be part of the show. Thank you everyone who auditioned! Callbacks will be Friday, November 30th. 
    • Book Fair: The Book Fair will be held this week in the Media Center, therefore, Computers Before Class will be closed closed through Friday, November 30th.
    • Dance Team: Just a reminder to see you next week. 
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: Will be meeting today until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on. See you there!
    • Grice Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of November are due Friday, November 30th by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Miss Greubel's door Room B-3. Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Categorize" and it is a verb. Categorize means to put items into groups. Sentence: Categorize the presidents of the United States into democrats and republicans.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Categorize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Auditions: Everyone who auditioned for Madagascar Jr.: The callback list were posted on the Auditorium doors yesterday after school. Remember, if you are not on callback list, it does not mean you won't be part of the show. Thank you everyone who auditioned! Callbacks will be Friday, November 30th. 
    • Book Fair: The Book Fair will be held this week in the Media Center, therefore, Computers Before Class will be closed closed through Friday, November 30th.
    • Dance Team: Just a reminder that practice is cancelled today. See you next week!
    • Focus Program: Students who are staying for Focus, please report to the Media Center at dismissal. Focus is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: Will be meeting on Wednesday until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on. See you there!
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Categorize" and it is a verb. Categorize means to put items into groups. Sentence: In mathematics, categorize the word problems from easiest to most difficult. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Categorize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • Auditions: Everyone who auditioned for Madagascar Jr.: The callback list will be posted on the Auditiorium doors today after school. Remember, if you are not on callback list, it does not mean you won't be part of the show. Thank you everyone who auditioned! Callbacks will be Friday, November 30th. 
    • Book Fair: The Book Fair will be held this week in the Media Center, therefore, Computers Before Class will be closed closed through Friday, November 30th.
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: Will be meeting on Wednesday until 3:45 p.m. Please bring your articles to work on. See you there!
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Talent Show: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are after the holiday break!
    • Word of the Week: This week's Word of the Week is "Categorize" and it is a verb. Categorize means to put items into groups. Sentence: In ELA class, student will often categorize vocabulary words by their meaning or part of speech. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Categorize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thuirsday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 21, 2018

    • Auditions: Auditions for the Grice Talent Show are coming. Students that would like to be part of the Talent Show must audition. Please be prepared with at least one minute of your act for the audition. Please sign up in Room A-102 by November 30th. You may choose to audition on December 3rd or December 4th. See Mrs. Pace with any questions about auditions.
    • Book Fair: The Book Fair will be held next week in the Media Center, therefore, Computers Before Class will be closed Monday, November 26th through Friday, November 30th.
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are cancelled this week. See you after the holiday break!
    • Turkey Shoot: Today is the Turkey Shoot - Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place today, Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    Comments (-1)
  • November 20, 2018

    • Going into today's pep rally, Pride holds the lead at 349 points, but Spirit is not far behind with 328 points. Tomorrow is Color Wars - 6th Grade Pride wear purple, 6th Grade Spirit wear pink...7th Grade Pride wear blue, 7th Grade Spirit wear yellow...8th Grade Pride wear green and 8th Grade Spirit wear red!! Let's see which grade level will show the most color tomorrow!!!
    • Tick, Tock! Thanksgiving is almost here! Food  boxes are being collected and counted tomorrow after school. Please keep bringing in your donations. Thanks. Red Cross 
    • Attention Dance Team: We will practice today in the Gym from, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please bring your Turkey Shoot money directly to Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich at practice. Do not turn in to your homeroom teacher. See you then!
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad: There will be no squad meeting today. Please show up to assigned rally spots on time.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are cancelled this week. See you after the holiday break!
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    Comments (-1)
  • November 19, 2018

    • Going into tomorrow's pep rally, Pride holds the lead at 349 points, but Spirit is not far behind with 328 points. Tomorrow is Color Wars - 6th Grade Pride wear purple, 6th Grade Spirit wear pink...7th Grade Pride wear blue, 7th Grade Spirit wear yellow...8th Grade Pride wear green and 8th Grade Spirit wear red!! Let's see which grade level will show the most color tomorrow!!!
    • Tick, Tock! Thanksgiving is almost here! Food  boxes are being collected and counted tomorrow after school. Please keep bringing in your donations. Thanks. Red Cross 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Today's Auditions are make-ups for anyone who could not attend the previous auditions. Please be in the Auditorium ready to go by 3:10 p.m. today. Break a leg!
    • Attention Dance Team: We will practice tomorrow in the Gym frp, 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please bring your Turkey Shoot money directly to Ms. Niglio or Mrs. Ruzich at practice. Do not turn in to your homeroom teacher. See you then!
    • Diversity Club: There will be a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad: There will be no squad meeting tomorrow morning. Please show up to assigned rally spots on time.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council morning meetings are cancelled this week. See you after the holiday break!
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    Comments (-1)
  • November 16, 2018

    • Thank you to all of our students who participated in Spirit Week and wore black and orange to school today! As of now, Spirit House is in the lead with 237 points, but Pride is close behind with 235 points. Monday, November 19th is Hats Off to Kindness Day. Please wear a hat to show you support kindness at Grice!
    • Tick, Tock! Thanksgiving is almost here! Food  boxes are being collected and counted tomorrow after school. Please keep bringing in your donations. Thanks. Red Cross 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Today's Auditions are after school today for: 7th Grade Spirit students and all 8th Grade Students. Please be in the Auditorium ready to go by 3:10 p.m. today. Break a leg!
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    • This week's word of the week is "Articulate," and it is a verb. Articulate means to express something clearly. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Mia Tramo with the following sentence: In ELA class, I had to create a model to articulate my ideas so that my classmates would understand them better. CONGRATULATIONS Mia! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B3 now to claim your prize! 
    Comments (-1)
  • November 15, 2018

    • Tick, Tock! Thanksgiving is almost here! Food  boxes are being collected and counted tomorrow after school. Please keep bringing in your donations. Thanks. Red Cross 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical are THIS WEEK. Be sure to have your applications filled out before the auditions! If you have any questions, please see Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Tonight is our 2nd Annual College and Career Readiness Fair. This event begins at 5:00 p.m. here at Grice Middle School. At this event you will be able to learn about careers and colleges, play games and win prizes. We will be serving dinner to everyone who attends. You must be accompanied by a parent! It starts at 5:00 p.m. and will end at 8:00 p.m.
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • Red Cross Afterschool: We are meeting today after school to sort the Thansgiving food boxes. See you at 3:00 p.m.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    • This week's word of the week is "Articulate," and it is a verb. Articulate means to express something clearly. Sentence: Scientists need to articulate their hypotheses so that they are taken seriously. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "articulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday, November 15th. 
    Comments (-1)
  • November 14, 2018

    • Tick, Tock! Thanksgiving is almost here! Food  boxes are being collected and counted tomorrow after school. Please keep bringing in your donations. Thanks. Red Cross 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical are THIS WEEK. Be sure to have your applications filled out before the auditions! If you have any questions, please see Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on tomorrow, November 15, 2018 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • Red Cross Afterschool: We are meeting today after school to sort the Thansgiving food boxes. See you at 3:00 p.m.
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    • This week's word of the week is "Articulate," and it is a verb. Articulate means to express something clearly. Sentence: It is important for the President of the United States to articulate his ideas to the American people to show confidence and consistency. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "articulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by tomorrow, Thursday, November 15th. 
    Comments (-1)
  • November 13, 2018

    • Tick, Tock! Thanksgiving is almost here! Food  boxes are being collected and counted tomorrow after school. Please keep bringing in your donations. Thanks. Red Cross 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical are THIS WEEK. Be sure to have your applications filled out before the auditions! If you have any questions, please see Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting tomorrow, Wednesday to assign articles for the winter issue. If you are trying out for the play, you must see Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10 or Ms. Niglio in Room C5 before Wednesday.
    • Picture Make-Up Day: Teachers and students tomorrow is picture make-up day. Students whose parents would like them to re-take pictures, please bring in the previous set of pictures and plan to take those pictures during your lunch. Students who are new to Grice, you will be called down during the day to sit for pictures. Pictures will only be taken during 4th, 5th & 6th period.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Turkey Shoot: Tickets for the Annual Turkey Shoot will go on sale in homeroom on Monday. The cost per ticket is $3.00. Students the Turkey Shoot is a basketball game where the teachers play the 8th grade students. The Turkey Shoot will take place Wednesday, November 21st during periods 7 through 9.
    • This week's word of the week is "Articulate," and it is a verb. Articulate means to express something clearly. Sentence: In mathematics articulate the solution to a word problem so that the confusion is diminished. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "articulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, November 15th. 
    Comments (-1)
    • Thanksgiving time is almost here! Homeroom boxes are being collected on Wednesday. Please bring your donations into homeroom to help our Grice families.  Any food item in a non breakable package is welcome. Thanksgiving turkey donations can be dropped off on Monday, November 19th. Thanksgiving should be a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. Can you help? 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical are THIS WEEK. Be sure to have your applications filled out before the auditions! If you have any questions, please see Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Diversity Club: There will not be a Diversity Club meeting after school today. We will reconvene NEXT Monday, November 19th. See you then!
    • Focus Program: The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: The Grice Gazette will be meeting Wednesday to assign articles for the winter issue. If you are trying out for the play, you must see Ms. Bingaman in Room A-10 or Ms. Niglio in Room C5 before Wednesday.
    • Attention 8th Grade Students: Mercer County Technical Schools now offers full time, free public school Academies in Health Science, STEM and Culinary Arts that gives students in grades 9-12 a chance to earn college credit as they prepare for careers in these fast-growing fields. There will be an information session for students and parents on tomorrow, Tuesday, November 13th at 12:10 p.m. in the auditorium. Interested students should bring their lunch to the Auditorium and attend this presentation.
    • Picture Make-Up Day: Teachers and students tomorrow is picture make-up day. Students whose parents would like them to re-take pictures, please bring in the previous set of pictures and plan to take those pictures during your lunch. Students who are new to Grice, you will be called down during the day to sit for pictures. Pictures will only be taken during 4th, 5th & 6th period.
    • Grice Reading Challenge: Please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • School Store: The school store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from .05 to $3.00.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • This week's word of the week is "Articulate," and it is a verb. Articulate means to express something clearly. Sentence: In ELA class, articulate your answer to an open-ended response question so that it is clearly understood by the rest of the class. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "articulate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, November 15th. 
    Comments (-1)
    • Thanksgiving time will be here before you know it. Can you check with your family and bring donatioons of foods in non breakable containers to your homerooms tomorrow? Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. Any food item in a non breakable package is welcome. Thanksgiving turkey donations can be dropped off on Monday, November 19th. Thanksgiving should be a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. Can you help? 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical is coming soon! If you would like to audition, pick up and fill out an audition application from Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Focus Program: Today you will receive information and permission slips for Grice Middle School's Focus Program. The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Attention 8th Grade Students: Mercer County Technical Schools now offers full time, free public school Academies in Health Science, STEM and Culinary Arts that gives students in grades 9-12 a chance to earn college credit as they prepare for careers in these fast-growing fields. There will be an information session for students and parents on Tuesday, November 13th at 12:10 p.m. in the auditorium. Interested students should bring their lunch to the Auditorium and attend this presentation.
    • PTA Reflections: The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections contest is currently underway. This year's theme is Heroes Around Me. Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is today, Friday, November 2nd. Thank you.
    • Pumpkin Contest: The Great Pumpkin Contest has come to an end! In 3rd place, Mr. Price with Black Cat Witch. In 2nd place, Mickey & Minnie from Mrs. Eichhorn. 1st place this year goes to...Mrs. Piggy from Mrs. Tufano! Thank you to all the teachers for participating and the students who voted.
    • A special thanks to those who participated in the Grice Reading Challenge for the month of October. The lucky winner of a $20 gift card to the Scholastic Book Fair is...Caleb Tomlinson! Congratulations Caleb. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 today to claim your prize!  To all other participants, please pick up a new Reading Log Sheet from Room B-3 or the Library to get started on the path to winning the grand prize for November, TWO free tickets to the Grice Talent Show! Don't forget that at the end of the year, the top 20 Grice Reading Challenge participants receive a special prize. Let's just say, it's worth reading for! Good luck! Keep calm, and read on!
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • This week's word of the week is "Evoke," and it is a verb. Evoke means to bring something to mind. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Daniella DeBonis with the following sentence: When I am sad, I evoke memories of our last vacation. Since I evoked these memories, I felt much better and was ready to finsih my day! CONGRAUTLATIONS Daniella! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday, November 12th for next week's new Word of the Week and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • November 1, 2018

    • Thanksgiving time will be  here before you know it. Can you check with your family and bring donatioons of foods in non breakable containers to your homerooms tomorrow? Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. Any food item in a non breakable package is welcome. Thanksgiving turkey donations can be dropped off on Monday, November 19th. Thanksgiving should be a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. Can you help? 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical is coming soon! If you would like to audition, pick up and fill out an audition application from Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Focus Program: Today you will receive information and permission slips for Grice Middle School's Focus Program. The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • PTA Reflections: The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections contest is currently underway. This year's theme is Heroes Around Me. Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd. Thank you.
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday. 
    • This week's word of the week is "Evoke," and it is a verb. Evoke means to bring something to mind. Sentence: For me, the inkblots on the paper evoked an image of a man juggling.  Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Evoke" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • October 31, 2018 This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #6: Reminder to not be fooled by e-cigarettes. Vaping is also hazardous to your health. Nicotine in vapes affects your brain, blood pressure, heart and insulin levels. what about vapes without nicotine? There are still chemicals being put into your body and your brain. Why take the Risk? by any name - they are all the same - battery operated nicotine and drug delivery devices.
    • Thanksgiving time is drawing near. We need your help to provide food to some Grice families! Please check with your family and bring donations of foods in non-breakable containers to your homerooms. Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. All kinds of foods are needed. A typical food basket includes cereal, vegetables, instant mashed potatoes, gravy, pasta, sauce and a dessert mix. Let's make Thanksgiving a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal.
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical is coming soon! If you would like to audition, pick up and fill out an audition application from Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Focus Program: Today you will receive information and permission slips for Grice Middle School's Focus Program. The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: This is a reminder for all Grice Gazette Staff. Articles for the Fall issue are due no later than Wednesday. You are only required to meet Wednesday if your article is not finished.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, October 31st is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month. The problem can downloaded from the electronic backpack or see your math teacher.
    • PTA Reflections: The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections contest is currently underway. This year's theme is Heroes Around Me. Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd. Thank you.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of October are due WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Mis Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a gift certificate to the scholastic book fair! Good Luck!
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies. Student Council: Attention Student Council members who ordered a hoodie - if you did not receive your hoodie in homeroom today, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday. Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway. Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • This week's word of the week is "Evoke," and it is a verb. Evoke means to bring something to mind. Sentence: The speaker's words evoked a round of applause from the audience. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Evoke" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
    • This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #5: Heroin is an illegal, highly addictive opioid drug processed from morphine. Every day in America, 78 people die from an opioid overdose. Before 2018 ends, it is estimated that 3,000 New Jersey residents will have died due to opioid related overdoses. 
    • Thanksgiving time is drawing near. We need yur help to provide food to some Grice families! Please check with your family and bring donations of foods in non-breakable containers to your homerooms. Non homeroom staff members can donate to a homeroom or at the Media Center. All kinds of foods are needed. A typical food basket includes cereal, vegetables, instant mashed potatoes, gravy, pasta, sauce and a dessert mix. Let's make Thanksgiving a time for all families to gather together and enjoy a holiday meal. 
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical is coming soon! If you would like to audition, pick up and fill out an audition application from Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • The Dance Team will practice on Tuesday, October 30th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. See you in the Gym!
    • Focus Program: Today you will receive information and permission slips for Grice Middle School's Focus Program. The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: This is a reminder for all Grice Gazette Staff. Articles for the Fall issue are due no later than Wednesday. You are only required to meet Wednesday if your article is not finished.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, October 31st is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month. The problem can downloaded from the electronic backpack or see your math teacher.
    • PTA Reflections: The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections contest is currently underway. This year's theme is Heroes Around Me. Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd. Thank you.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of October are due WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Mis Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a gift certificate to the scholastic book fair! Good Luck!
    • St. Phillips Baptist Church Tutoring: Teachers who are interested in working in our St. Phillips Baptist Church Community Tutoring Program, please complete the Google Form that can be found in last week's Friday Fancies.
    • Today is our celebration of the students who maintained perfect attendance during the 2017-2018 school year. Students who received an inviation please come to the Cafeteria 
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday. 
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    • This week's word of the week is "Evoke," and it is a verb. Evoke means to bring something to mind. Sentence: Sometimes a strong smell will evoke memories you haven't thought of in years. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Evoke" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #4: Marijuana is the most widely used illicit drug in the United Stated and tends to be the first illegal drug teens use. Marijuana use is linked to depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts among teens. Other effecst include changes in mood, difficulty with thinking and problem-solving and impaired memory. It is also noted that teens that use marijuana can lose an average of eight IQ points.
    • Auditions - It's Showtime! Auditions for Madagascar Junior the Musical is coming soon! If you would like to audition, pick up and fill out an audition application from Mr. Simon (D3) Ms. Sickler (B4) or Mrs. Pace (A-102. Break a leg!
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • The Dance Team will practice on Tuesday, October 30th from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. See you in the Gym!
    • Focus Program: Today you will receive information and permission slips for Grice Middle School's Focus Program. The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Grice Gazette: This is a reminder for all Grice Gazette Staff. Articles for the Fall issue are due no later than Wednesday. You are only required to meet Wednesday if your article is not finished.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, October 31st is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month. The problem can downloaded from the electronic backpack or see your math teacher.
    • PTA Reflections: The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections contest is currently underway. This year's theme is Heroes Around Me. Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd. Thank you.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of October are due WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Mis Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a gift certificate to the scholastic book fair! Good Luck!
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday. 
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    • This week's word of the week is "Evoke," and it is a verb. Evoke means to bring something to mind. Sentence: A well-written poem can evoke strong emotions from the reader. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Evoke" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
    • This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #3: Inhalants refer to substances that are sniffed or huffed to give the user an immediate head rush or high. They include a diverse group of chemicals that are found in consumer products such as aerosols and cleaning solvents. Inhalant use can cause a number of physical and emotional problems, and even one time use can result in death.   
    • College & Career Fair: Do you want to learn what it takes to be a doctor, lawyer, police officer or what it takes to get into college and have a chance to win prizes? Then you should come to Grice Middle School's second annual College and Career Fair on November 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. here at Grice. Tell your parents that we will be serving dinner and to register on the school's website.
    • Focus Program: Today you will receive information and permission slips for Grice Middle School's Focus Program. The Focus Program is a homework help program for students in Grades 6-8 and it is led by some of your favorite teachers. Transportation is not provided and you will need to have a parent pick you up. Focus is held on Tuesday's from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. beginning on October 30, 2018.
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, October 31st is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month. The problem can downloaded from the electronic backpack or see your math teacher.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of October are due WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Mis Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a gift certificate to the scholastic book fair! Good Luck!
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday. 
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • Pink Out is October 26th.  To get ready during lunches on October 25 and 26, Red Cross club members will be selling bracelets for $1.  Money raised will go to cancer research.
    • There will no 6th Grade Student Council Meeting today, Tuesday.  See you next week!
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    • This week's word of the week is "Symbolize" and we will using it as a verb.  Symbolize means to create an image, gesture or word to represent a feeling, object, persons or emotion.  The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Mhonica Arboleda with the following sentence: The stars on the American flag symbolize each of the fifty states.  CONGRATULATIONS Mhonica! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • October 25, 2018

    • This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #2: Life Expectancy for cigarette smokers is at least 10 years shorter than for non-cigarette smokers. Nicotine in cigarettes is a stimulant drug. Nicotine is addictive. It is as addictive as cocaine and heroin. If you become addicted, it will be very hard to stop using nicotine. Don't be fooled by e-cigarettes. Vaping is also hazardous to your health. Nicotine in vapes affects your brain, blood pressure, heart and insulin levels. What about vapes without nicotine? There are still chemicals being put into your body and your brain. Why take the risk? By any name - they are all the same - battery operated nicotine and drug delivery devices.  
    • Math Problem of the Month: Wednesday, October 31st is the final day to submit the October Math Problem of the Month. The problem can downloaded from the electronic backpack or see your math teacher.
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Reading Challenge: If you are participating in the Grice Reading Challenge, all reading logs for the month of October are due WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st by the end of the day! Please place your completed reading log in the red folder outside of Mis Greubel's door, Room B-3! Make sure to include your full name at the top of your log sheet! This month's prize for the Grice Reading Challenge winner is a gift certificate to the scholastic book fair! Good Luck!
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday. 
    • Renaissance Squad participating in pumpkin carving, please report to Room C-7 after school.
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • Pink Out is October 26th.  To get ready during lunches on October 25 and 26, Red Cross club members will be selling bracelets for $1.  Money raised will go to cancer research.
    • There will no 6th Grade Student Council Meeting today, Tuesday.  See you next week!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today, Wednesday, October 24th until 3:45.
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    • This week's word of the week is "Symbolize" and we will using it as a verb.  Symbolize means to create an image, gesture or word to represent a feeling, object, persons or emotion.  Sentence: When creating a collage or a painting, use pictures, sounds, movements or shapes, which symbolize your ideas. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "symbolize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, Thursday! Good Luck! 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 24, 2018

    • This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Drug Fact #1: Alcohol is a drug. Alcohol abuse is a pattern of problem drinking that results in health consequences, social problems or both.  However, alcohol dependence, or alcoholism, refers to a disease that is characterized by abnormal alcohol-seeking behavior that leads to imparied control over drinking. 
    • This week's word of the week is "Symbolize" and we will using it as a verb.  Symbolize means to create an image, gesture or word to represent a feeling, object, persons or emotion.  Sentence: In a narrative piece, symbolize concepts like bravery or courage with certain animals, like an eagle or lion. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "symbolize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by tomorrow, Thursday! Good Luck! 
    • Team: The Dance Team will not practice today --- our next practice will be on Tuesday, October 30th. Practice today is cancelled. See you next week!
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday.
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • Renaissance Squad Members: 6th, 7th and 8th grade members will meet Tuesday and Thursday morning to A106 to begin decorating.
    • Pink Out is October 26th.  To get ready during lunches on October 25 and 26, Red Cross club members will be selling bracelets for $1.  Money raised will go to cancer research.
    • There will no 6th Grade Student Council Meeting today, Tuesday.  See you next week!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today, Wednesday, October 24th until 3:45.
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 23, 2018

    • This week is National Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is celebrated because of a brave DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Agent named Enrique Camarena. Special Agent Camarena was working undercover in Mexico investigating a drug cartel and was captured and tortured to death. Today, Red Ribbon Week is nationally recognized and celebrated, helping to preserve Special Agent Camarena's memory and further the cause for which he gave his life. The Red Ribbon Campaign also became a symbol of support for the DEA's efforts to reduce demand for drugs through prevention and education programs. By wearing a red ribbon during the last week in October, Americans demonstrate their opposition to drugs. They pay homage not only to Specail Agent Camarena, but to all men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in support of our nation's struggle against drug trafficking and abuse. Everyone should receive a red ribbon in homeroom today.
    • This week's word of the week is "Symbolize" and we will using it as a verb.  Symbolize means to create an image, gesture or word to represent a feeling, object, persons or emotion.  Sentence: In mathematics, the letters x and y usually symbolize the horizontial and verical axes of a coordinate place. Use other letters besides x and y to symbolize other quantities or measurements. 
    • Dance Team: The Dance Team will not practice today --- our next practice will be on Tuesday, October 30th. Practice today is cancelled. See you next week!
    • Pumpkin Contest Poem: Creative time is here again, time for pumpkins, time for friends. Time to make a creative start; decorate a pumpkin from the heart. Make it tiny, make it small; make it big, make it tall. Keep in mind to love your students; they are the ones that will pick the cutest!
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday.
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • Renaissance Squad Members: 6th, 7th and 8th grade members will meet Tuesday and Thursday morning to A106 to begin decorating.
    • Pink Out is October 26th.  To get ready during lunches on October 25 and 26, Red Cross club members will be selling bracelets for $1.  Money raised will go to cancer research.
    • There will no 6th Grade Student Council Meeting today, Tuesday.  See you next week!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 24th until 3:45.
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 22, 2018

    • This week's word of the week is "Symbolize" and we will using it as a verb.  Symbolize means to create an image, gesture or word to represent a feeling, object, persons or emotion.
    • Monday Red Cross Club is postponed until Friday.
    • Friday the Grice Renaissance will be holding our first "Haunted Hallway" to students that attend the PTA dance.  Admission for the hallway will cost $1.
    • 6th, 7th and 8th grade members will meet Tuesday and Thursday morning to A106 to begin decorating.
    • Pink Out is October 26.  To get ready during lunches on October 25 and 26, Red Cross club members will be selling bracelets for $1.  Money raised will go to cancer research.
    • There will no 6th Grade Student Council Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday.  See you nect week!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting this Wednesday until 3:45.
    • Our Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway.  Please donate cereal, jello, pudding, stuffing and other foods to a homeroom box.
    • Looking for more candy this Halloween?  Bring your quarters to guess how much candy is in the jar during lunches.  The prize is the candy jar to the closest guess.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 18, 2018

    • This week is Violence Awareness Week: REMEMBER, Youth Violence is widespread in the United States. It is the second leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 10 and 24. Youth violence involves a victim, an offender, or a witness to the violence - a bystander.  If you suspect someone close to you is being abused in any way, please tell a responsible adult. We must look out for one another and take care of our Grice community. The worse thing you can do is to look the other way and remain silent!
    • Band Students: Attention 7th and 8th Grade Band Students attending the HHW Trip today - please dress accordingly for the weather. This is an outdoor event. Listen for the announcement at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow.
    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th. Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • The Dance Team will meet at 5:30 p.m. in the In-School room today for Thursday's performance. See you there!
    • PTA Reflections: Attention Students - The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections Contest is currently underway. This year's theme is "Heroes Around Me." Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd.
    • Pretzel Sale: On Friday, October 19th, the Grice Renaissance will be selling pretzels from the Philly Pretzel Factory for $1 each.
    • Student Council: Attention 8th Grade Student Council Members - There will be no Student Council meeting today. Thank you.
    • Turkey Shoot: Sign-ups for this year's Turkey Shoot basketball teams will happen today during lunch. Sign-up at the microphone. Tryouts for the Turkey Shoot team will be Monday for boys and Tuesday for girls. Please make sure to have athletic shoes for tryouts. 
    • This week's word of the week is "Conceptualize" and we will be using it as a verb. "Conceptualize" means to form an idea about a topic in your brain. Sentence: "Conceptualize" the art form (painting, sculpture, model, song) in your mind before beginning the creative process. Remember all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "conceptualize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today, October 18, 2018. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • October 17, 2018

    • This week is Violence Awareness Week: In just one year, approximately 5,764 young people ago 10 to 24 are KILLED - an average of 16 each day in the United States. Most of the time, the weapon used was a firearm. The numbers are even higher to date. Over 656,000 physical assault injuries in young people age 10 to 24 were treated in United States emergency rooms in just one year.  If you suspect someone close to you is being abused in any way, please tell a responsible adult. The worse thing you can do is to look the other way and remain silent!
    • Band Students: Attention 7th and 8th Grade Band Students attending the HHW Trip tomorrow - please dress accordingly for the weather. This is an outdoor event. Listen for the announcement at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow.
    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th. Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • Computers Before Class will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, October 17, 2018.
    • The Dance Team will meet at 5:30 p.m. in the In-School room for Thursday's performance. See you there!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today until 3:45 p.m.  Please bring your articles to work on.
    • PTA Reflections: Attention Students - The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections Contest is currently underway. This year's theme is "Heroes Around Me." Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd.
    • Pretzel Sale: On Friday, October 19th, the Grice Renaissance will be selling pretzels from the Philly Pretzel Factory for $1 each.
    • Student Council: Attention 8th Grade Student Council Members - There will be no Student Council meeting tomorrow. Thank you.
    • Turkey Shoot: Sign-ups for this year's Turkey Shoot basketball teams will happen today and tomorrow during lunch. Sign-up at the microphone. Tryouts for the Turkey Shoot team will be Monday for boys and Tuesday for girls. Please make sure to have athletic shoes for tryouts. 
    • This week's word of the week is "Conceptualize" and we will be using it as a verb. "Conceptualize" means to form an idea about a topic in your brain. Sentence: When creating a presentation, conceptualize your demonstration in pictures or statements before acting out a scenario. Remember all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "conceptualize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by tomorrow, October 18, 2018. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • October 16, 2018

    • This week is Violence Awareness Week: Youth violence refers to harmful behaviors that can start early and continue into young adulthood. Some violent acts - such as bullying, slapping or hitting - can cause more emotional harm than physical harm. Others, such as robbery and assault (with or without weapons) can lead to serious injury or even death. Youth violence is widespread in the United States. It is the seocnd leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 10 and 24. If you suspect someone close to you is being abused in any way, please tell a responsible adult. The worse thing you can do is to look the other way and remain silent!
    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th.  Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • Computers Before Class will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, October 17, 2018.
    • The Dance Team will practice today from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Please meet in the gym at 3:00 p.m. and arrange to have a ride home at 4"30 p.m.  See you then!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today until 3:45 p.m.  Please bring your articles to work on.
    • PTA Reflections: Attention Students - The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections Contest is currently underway. This year's theme is "Heroes Around Me." Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd.
    • Student Council: Attention 8th Grade Student Council Members - There will be no Student Council meeting this Thursday. Thank you.
    • This week's word of the week is "Conceptualize" and we will be using it as a verb. "Conceptualize" means to form an idea about a topic in your brain. Sentence: In math class, conceptualize addition by thinking of two groups of items coming together, and conceptualize subtraction by thinking of part of a group being taken away. Remember all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "conceptualize" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday, October 18, 2018. Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • October 15, 2018

    • This week is Violence Awareness Week: According to the Center for Disease Control, violence is a serious public health problem in the United States. From infants to the elderly, it affects people in all stages of life. In just one year almost 16,800 people were victims of homicide and nearly 37,000 took their own life. The numbers are even higher today.  The number of violent deaths tells only part of the story. Many more survive violence and are left with permanent physical and emotional scars. If you suspect someone close to you is being abused in any way, please tell a responsible adult. The worse thing you can do is to look the other way and remain silent!
    • Diversity Club: There will be a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have a returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th.  Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Please bring your articles to work on.
    • PTA Reflections: Attention Students - The 2018-2019 PTA Reflections Contest is currently underway. This year's theme is "Heroes Around Me." Please see your ELA teacher or the Grice electronic backpack for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 2nd.
    • This week's word of the week is "Conceptualize" and we will be using it as a verb. "Conceptualize" means to form an idea about a topic in your brain. Sentence: When you are writing a narrative and you know what story you want to tell, conceptualize it by picturing the characters and setting and think about what perspective to tell the story from. 
    Comments (-1)
  • October 12, 2018

    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th.  Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • This week's word of the week is "Depict." "Depict" means to create a picture of something in words, drawings or actions. Sentence: In the arts, we paint, dance and sing to depict emotions or tell a story. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Peter Lanausse with the following sentence: The archeologist depicted the ancient drawings that were in the cave. CONGRATULATIONS Peter! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • October 11, 2018

    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th.  Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • Board Game Club: Don't Forget! Today is our second meeting of Board Game Club! Report to Room A-11 at 3:00 p.m. You should have a ride home promptly at 4:00 p.m.
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting today. Continue to work on your articles.
    • Attention After School Red Cross: Due to the weather, Red Cross Club is optional today. You may choose to leave at 3:00 p.m. instead of staying for Club.
    • This week's word of the week is "Depict." "Depict" means to create a picture of something in words, drawings or actions. Sentence: In the arts, we paint, dance and sing to depict emotions or tell a story. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Depict" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today! Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
    • Attention Grice Community: Even though it still feels like summer, our Winter Clothing Drive is ongoing until October 26th.  Please bring your donations to the bin in front of the Main Office!
    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting today. Continue to work on your articles.
    • This week's word of the week is "Depict." "Depict" means to create a picture of something in words, drawings or actions. Sentence: In English Language Arts or Social Studies, use descriptive words to help readers depict a process or event in their minds, such as being in Philadelphia during the writing of the Declaration of Independence. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Depict" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by thursday! Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
  • October 9, 2018

    • The Grice Gazette will not be meeting tomorrow.  Continue to work on your articles.
    • Even though it still feels like summer, out winter clothing drive is going on until October 26th.
    • Dance team practice is cancelled today.
    • This week's word of the week is "Depict." "Depict" means to create a picture of something in words, drawings or actions. Sentence: In Math class, to depict the situation described in a story problem, draw a picture of it. You can also use a graph to depict an equation or set of data. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Depict" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by thursday! Good Luck!  
    Comments (-1)
  • October 8, 2018

    School Closed Today for Students Only/Professional Development Day for All Staff

    Comments (-1)
    • This week is the "Week of Respect." Today to "Putting Bullying to Bed Day." Please wear appropriate pajama pants to show your support for a postive school climate and for anti-bullying. Thank you to everyone that supported the week of respect. Today's quote of the day for the week of respect is: "We show respect to each other when we work as a Team. "The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don't play together, the club won't be worth a dime." by Babe Ruth. Being a Team Player means that you are cooperative, not competitive, that you listen to your peers, and you are respectful to everyone.   
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about  the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Hamilton PAL Boys Basketball Registration Dates are: Tuesday, October 9th, Wednesday, October 10th, and Thursday, October 11th at Grice Middle School from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Forms are available in Main Office. 
    • O-D-Y-A-T If you are a Scrabble pro, you can get 9 points for playing TODAY at Board Game Club! that's right, the first meeting of Grice Middle School's Board Game Club is today from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room A-11. Join Mrs. Sierra, Mrs. Thierry, and friends from GMS playing your favorite games. And it's not too late to sign up, grab a permission slip from Room A-11 or Room B-6 and join us next week! There is no reason to be BOARD after after school on Thursdays!
    • Coin Wars: With two days in the Coin Wars Competition complete, here are the current standings. For the houses, Pride is in second and Spirit leads. Now for the homeroom standing. The standings are: 3rd Place B-12; 2nd Place A-8, and the current leader is A-12. With three more days left in the competition, listen tomorrow for more updates.  
    • Thank you to all those students who submitted a September Problem of the Month. Be on the lookout next week for prizes to arrive in your  math classes and the names of the all winners to be posted in the Cafeteria. The October of the Problem of the Month is available now from either your math teacher or it can be downloaded from the Electronic Backpack.
    • Attention Readers: The Grice Reading Challenge started! Your ELA teachers will be giving you a brief overview of what the challenge entails, and what prizes you can win. You may pick up a book log from the library or from Miss Greubel in Room B-3. The more you read, the higher your chances are of winning prizes! Good luck, keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members: Meetings will start this week. All 7th and 8th grade  members will meet today at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. 6th grade members will meet on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Tufano, Mr. Wilmot or Mrs. Lawrence. Please pick up a pass in the front of the Main Office.
    • The School Store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council sweatshirts are available for order at this time. Order forms and money are due no later than Thursday, October 11th. If you need an order form, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please bring clean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Model," and we will using it as a verb. Model means to create a structure or system and then illustrate it by using actions or pictures. The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Daliana Leon with the following sentence: "I modeled for my sister how to make a boat out of paper and how to make it float." CONGRATULATIONS Daliana! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on TUESDAY for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    • Yearbooks are still on "Early Bird Special" for the cost of $25. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions or extra order forms. Early Bird is through October 12th.
    Comments (-1)
    • This week is the "Week of Respect." Thank you to all that wore blue today to show support for a postive school climate and for Anti-bullying. Today's quote of the day for the week of respect is: "Respect is an important way of being kind and good to other people. Respect means not making fun of others. Respect means thinking of how somebody else feels. Respect is treating another person the same way you'd want to be treated yourself!" "Respect yourself and others will respect you." Tomorrow is "Putting Bullying to Bed Day." Please wear appropriate Pajama pants to show your support for anti-bullying and the week of respect.  
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about  the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Hamilton PAL Boys Basketball: Registration dates are: Tuesday, October 9th, Wednesday, October 10th and thursday, October 11th at Grice Middle School from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Forms are available in the Main Office.
    • O-D-Y-A-T If you are a Scrabble pro, you can get 9 points for playing TODAY at Board Game Club! that's right, the first meeting of Grice Middle School's Board Game Club is today from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room A-11. Join Mrs. Sierra, Mrs. Thierry, and friends from GMS playing your favorite games. And it's not too late to sign up, grab a permission slip from Room A-11 or Room B-6 and join us next week! There is no reason to be BOARD after after school on Thursdays!
    • Coin Wars: With two days in the Coin Wars Competition complete, here are the current standings. For the houses, Pride is in second and Spirit leads. Now for the homeroom standing. The standings are: 3rd Place B-3; 2nd Place A-12, and the current leader is A-8. With two more days left in the competition, listen tomorrow for more updates.  
    • Thank you to all those students who submitted a September Problem of the Month. Be on the lookout next week for prizes to arrive in your  math classes and the names of the all winners to be posted in the Cafeteria. The October of the Problem of the Month is available now from either your math teacher or it can be downloaded from the Electronic Backpack.
    • Attention Readers: The Grice Reading Challenge started! Your ELA teachers will be giving you a brief overview of what the challenge entails, and what prizes you can win. You may pick up a book log from the library or from Miss Greubel in Room B-3. The more you read, the higher your chances are of winning prizes! Good luck, keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members: Meetings will start this week. All 7th and 8th grade  members will meet today at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. 6th grade members will meet on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Tufano, Mr. Wilmot or Mrs. Lawrence. Please pick up a pass in the front of the Main Office.
    • The School Store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • Attention Student Council Members: Student Council sweatshirts are available for order at this time. Order forms and money are due no later than Thursday, October 11th. If you need an order form, please see Mrs. Eichhorn in Room D-1.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please bring clean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Model," and we will using it as a verb. Model means to create a structure or system and then illustrate it by using actions or pictures. Sentence: "Model three dimensional objects using shapes and lines. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Model" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by today! Good Luck.
    • Yearbooks are still on "Early Bird Special" for the cost of $25. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions or extra order forms. Early Bird is through October 12th.
    Comments (-1)
    • This week is the "Week of Respect." Thank you to all that paired up with a friend for "FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS GET BULLIED DAY!" today's quote of the day for the week of respect is: "Respect is a virtue of the noble. Great people climbed the ladder of success when they shed their ego and embraced humility. When you respect others, you respect yourself. Stand tall amongst your peers and mentors by giving them respect." Tomorrow - Please "Wear blue to show support for a positive school climate and for anti-bullying. 
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about  the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Kay Nine! Be For! I Won! Miss, Hit, Hit! Battleship is intense at Grice Middle School's Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Monopoly and more! Games are provided, or bring your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from mrs. Sierra in Room A-11 or Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6. The first meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, October 4th from 4:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room A-11.
    • Coin Wars: With two days in the Coin Wars Competition complete, here are the current standings. For the houses, Pride is in second and Spirit leads. Now for the homeroom standing. The standings are: 3rd Place B-12; 2nd Place A-8, and the current leader is A-12. With three more days left in the competition, listen tomorrow for more updates.  
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. in Room C-5. See you there!
    • Thank you to all those students who submitted a September Problem of the Month. Be on the lookout next week for prizes to arrive in your  math classes and the names of the all winners to be posted in the Cafeteria. The October of the Problem of the Month is available now from either your math teacher or it can be downloaded from the Electronic Backpack.
    • Attention Readers: The Grice Reading Challenge started! Your ELA teachers will be giving you a brief overview of what the challenge entails, and what prizes you can win. You may pick up a book log from the library or from Miss Greubel in Room B-3. The more you read, the higher your chances are of winning prizes! Good luck, keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members: Meetings will start this week. All 7th and 8th grade  members will meet today at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. 6th grade members will meet on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Tufano, Mr. Wilmot or Mrs. Lawrence. Please pick up a pass in the front of the Main Office.
    • The School Store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please bring clean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Model," and we will using it as a verb. Model means to create a structure or system and then illustrate it by using actions or pictures. Sentence: In a presentation, model a process by giving a demonstration or acting out a scenario. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Model" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck.
    • Yearbooks are still on "Early Bird Special" for the cost of $25. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions or extra order forms. Early Bird is through October 12th.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 2, 2018

    • This week is the "Week of Respect." Thank you to all that wore your favorite team shirt or jersey today to "TEAM UP AGAINST BULLYING." Today's quote of the day for the week of respect is: "To make a difference in someone's life you don't have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful or perfect. You just have to care." - by Mandy Hale Tomorrow is "Friends don't let friends get bullied day." Pair up with a friend and wear similar outfits.  
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Coin Wars: With one day of the Coin Wars Competition, the standings are: 3rd Place B-12; 2nd Place A-8, and the current leader is A-12. Will Mrs. Martineau's homeroom be getting the free pizza party? With four days left in the competition, listen tomorrow for more updates.   
    • Diversity Club: There will a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting until 3:45 p.m. in Room C-5. See you there!
    • Attention Readers: The Grice Reading Challenge started! Your ELA teachers will be giving you a brief overview of what the challenge entails, and what prizes you can win. You may pick up a book log from the library or from Miss Greubel in Room B-3. The more you read, the higher your chances are of winning prizes! Good luck, keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members: Meetings will start this week. All 7th and 8th grade  members will meet today at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. 6th grade members will meet on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Tufano, Mr. Wilmot or Mrs. Lawrence. Please pick up a pass in the front of the Main Office.
    • The School Store will be open this week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • There will be no Speech today periods 1,2,3 & 4.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please bring clean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Model," and we will using it as a verb. Model means to create a structure or system and then illustrate it by using actions or pictures. Sentence: Use addition and subtraction equations to "model" what happens when things are joined together or separated in the real world. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Model" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck.
    • Yearbooks are still on "Early Bird Special" for the cost of $25. See Mrs. Wilson in Room B-105 with any questions or extra order forms. Early Bird is through October 12th.
    Comments (-1)
  • October 1, 2018

    • This week is the "Week of Respect." Tuesday, October 2nd is "TEAM UP AGAINST BULLYING." Wear your favorite team shirt or jersey.
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Coin Wars: Today starts this year's Coin War Competition to support Mercer County Sunshine Foundation's Operation Dreamlift. Will Ms. Platt dominate again this year or will someone a little sneaky take home the win this year? The winning homeroom this year will earn a pizza party for every student in their homeroom. Listen every morning this week for updates. Homeroom teachers don't forget to send your buckets daily to Room D-1 during homeroom.  
    • Diversity Club: There will a Diversity Club meeting after school today. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and have a ride home at 4:00 p.m. sharp!
    • September is the last day to submit the September Math Problem of the Month. You can get a copy of the Problem of the Month from either your math teacher or by downloading it from the Grice Electronic Packpack.
    • Attention Readers: The Grice Reading Challenge starts TODAY! Your ELA teachers will be giving you a brief overview of what the challenge entails, and what prizes you can win. You may pick up a book log from the library or from Miss Greubel in Room B-3. The more you read, the higher your chances are of winning prizes! Good luck, keep calm, and read on!
    • Attention Renaissance Squad Members: Meetings will start this week. All 7th and 8th grade  members will meet tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. 6th grade members will meet on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. in Room C-7. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Tufano, Mr. Wilmot or Mrs. Lawrence. Please pick up a pass in the front of the Main Office.
    • The School Store will be open next week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • There will be no Speech today.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please bring clean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Model," and we will using it as a verb. Model means to create a structure or system and then illustrate it by using actions or pictures. Sentence: When you write an informative piece about a process, model the process using a diagram or picture. Remember, all you have to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Model" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • September 28, 2018

    • Next week is the "Week of Respect." Monday, October 1st - is "SOCK IT TO BULLYING DAY!" Wear your crazy socks on Monday!!
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Why couldn't the pirate play UNO? Because he was sitting on the deck! If you are BOARD after school, sign up for Grice Middle School's new club, Board Game Club! Join other GMS students playing Connect 4, Cranium, Yahtzee, Battleship and more! Games are provided, or bring your favorite from home. Get a permission slip from Mrs. Sierra in Room A-11 or Mrs. Thierry in Room B-6. The first meeting is Thursday, October 4th from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
    • Coin Wars: Once again it is time for our annual Coin Wars competition. Coin Wars is a competition between grades and homerooms to see who can bring in the greatest amount of coins to school in one school week. This year's competition will take place from Monday, October 1st to Friday, October 5th. Yes. That's next week! Here's what you need to do to be part of this event. Bring in as many coins as you can and put them in your homeroom's container each morning. Each quarter will be worth 25 points, a dime is worth 10 points and so on. Want to double your points? Every dollar bill donated will be worth 200 points. The homeroom that collects the most points will win a pizza party. The winning hall will have their flag fly out front for the month of October. Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better. All the money we collect will go to the Mercer County Sunshine Foundation to support Operation Dream Lift. This is a program where very sick children from our area are sent on a fun-filled trip to Walt Disney World for the day. Therefore, by helping out, you can help put your homeroom in the lead, you can be part of the fun, and you will be helping out a very worthy cause. Now the only question is, "What homeroom will win this year?" Right now, we really don't know, but your donation could be just what is needed to put your homeroom in the lead. So, get your money in because at this point anyone can win! 
    • September is the last day to submit the September Math Problem of the Month. You can get a copy of the Problem of the Month from either your math teacher or by downloading it from the Grice Electronic Packpack.
    • There will be no Pretzel Sale today. The pretzel sale will be next month.
    • Attention Readers: The Grice Reading Challenge will be starting up again on Monday, October 1st! Your ELA teachers will be giving you a brief overview of what the challenge entails, and what prizes you can win. You may pick up a book log from the library or from Miss Greubel in Room B-3. The more you read, the higher your chances are of winning prizes! Good luck, keep calm, and read on!
    • The School Store will be open next week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • There will be no Speech today.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please bring clean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Instigate," and it is a verb. Instigate means to trigger or start something. Sentence: The winner of the Word of the Week Challenge is: Johnny Seals with the following sentence: Lightning struck a tree, which instigated a fire. Congratulations Johnny! Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 now to claim your prize! Listen on Monday for next week's new Word of the Week, and join in on the challenge to win a prize!
    Comments (-1)
  • September 27, 2018

    • Grice Middle School's Back-to-School-Night is scheduled for tonight to begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. Each class period will be seven minutes in length with three minutes for passing. Teachers will explain the subjects they teach, the material, equipment and supplies they have at their disposal, their methods of teaching and their goals for the students.
    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Coin Wars: Once again it is time for our annual Coin Wars competition. Coin Wars is a competition between grades and homerooms to see who can bring in the greatest amount of coins to school in one school week. This year's competition will take place from Monday, October 1st to Friday, October 5th. Yes. That's next week! Here's what you need to do to be part of this event. Bring in as many coins as you can and put them in your homeroom's container each morning. Each quarter will be worth 25 points, a dime is worth 10 points and so on. Want to double your points? Every dollar bill donated will be worth 200 points. The homeroom that collects the most points will win a pizza party. The winning hall will have their flag fly out front for the month of October. Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better. All the money we collect will go to the Mercer County Sunshine Foundation to support Operation Dream Lift. This is a program where very sick children from our area are sent on a fun-filled trip to Walt Disney World for the day. Therefore, by helping out, you can help put your homeroom in the lead, you can be part of the fun, and you will be helping out a very worthy cause. Now the only question is, "What homeroom will win this year?" Right now, we really don't know, but your donation could be just what is needed to put your homeroom in the lead. So, get your money in because at this point anyone can win! 
    • September is the last day to submit the September Math Problem of the Month. You can get a copy of the Problem of the Month from either your math teacher or by downloading it from the Grice Electronic Packpack.
    • The School Store will be open next week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please brin gclean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Instigate," and it is a verb. Instigate means to trigger or start something. Sentence: The student avoided punishment by deciding to walk away instead of "instigating" a fight in the hallway. Remember, all you ahve to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Instigate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • September 26, 2018

    • Do you ever feel alone or like you need a safe place to be yourself? Do you feel like you just need someone to talk to about the things you are going through? Well then join the After School Diversity Club! This club is for any Grice student that is looking for a safe space to hang out, get advice, talk or even just to make new friends. The goal of this club is to help make Grice more aware and accepting of race, ethnic and gender diversity. In other words, to empower minority and non-minority students to be themselves and support each other! The club will meet every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room B-3, starting on Monday, October 1st. Please see Miss Greubel in Room B-3 or stop by the Guidance Office for a permission slip!
    • Coin Wars: Once again it is time for our annual Coin Wars competition. Coin Wars is a competition between grades and homerooms to see who can bring in the greatest amount of coins to school in one school week. This year's competition will take place from Monday, October 1st to Friday, October 5th. Yes. That's next week! Here's what you need to do to be part of this event. Bring in as many coins as you can and put them in your homeroom's container each morning. Each quarter will be worth 25 points, a dime is worth 10 points and so on. Want to double your points? Every dollar bill donated will be worth 200 points. The homeroom that collects the most points will win a pizza party. The winning hall will have their flag fly out front for the month of October. Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better. All the money we collect will go to the Mercer County Sunshine Foundation to support Operation Dream Lift. This is a program where very sick children from our area are sent on a fun-filled trip to Walt Disney World for the day. Therefore, by helping out, you can help put your homeroom in the lead, you can be part of the fun, and you will be helping out a very worthy cause. Now the only question is, "What homeroom will win this year?" Right now, we really don't know, but your donation could be just what is needed to put your homeroom in the lead. So, get your money in because at this point anyone can win! 
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting today on Wednesday until 3:45 p.m. See you there!
    • Attention students who are signed up for Red Cross Club: All club sections will meet in Room L1 during your designated lunch period. 6th graders meet today.
    • September is the last day to submit the September Math Problem of the Month. You can get a copy of the Problem of the Month from either your math teacher or by downloading it from the Grice Electronic Packpack.
    • The School Store will be open next week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please brin gclean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Instigate," and it is a verb. Instigate means to trigger or start something. Sentence: We learned in health class that cigarette smoke could easily "instigate" an asthma attack in a person who has a weak respiratory system. Remember, all you ahve to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Instigate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • September 25, 2018

    • Coin Wars: Once again it is time for our annual Coin Wars competition. Coin Wars is a competition between grades and homerooms to see who can bring in the greatest amount of coins to school in one school week. This year's competition will take place from Monday, October 1st to Friday, October 5th. Yes. That's next week! Here's what you need to do to be part of this event. Bring in as many coins as you can and put them in your homeroom's container each morning. Each quarter will be worth 25 points, a dime is worth 10 points and so on. Want to double your points? Every dollar bill donated will be worth 200 points. The homeroom that collects the most points will win a pizza party. The winning hall will have their flag fly out front for the month of October. Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better. All the money we collect will go to the Mercer County Sunshine Foundation to support Operation Dream Lift. This is a program where very sick children from our area are sent on a fun-filled trip to Walt Disney World for the day. Therefore, by helping out, you can help put your homeroom in the lead, you can be part of the fun, and you will be helping out a very worthy cause. Now the only question is, "What homeroom will win this year?" Right now, we really don't know, but your donation could be just what is needed to put your homeroom in the lead. So, get your money in because at this point anyone can win! 
    • Attention Dance Team: Our first practice of the year will be on today, September 25th from 3:15 - 4:30 p.m. in the Gym. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and arrange to have a ride home by 4:30 p.m.. If you have any questions, see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting on Wednesday until 3:45 p.m. See you there!
    • Attention students who are signed up for Red Cross Club: All club sections will meet in Room L1 during your designated lunch period. 6th graders meet today.
    • September is the last day to submit the September Math Problem of the Month. You can get a copy of the Problem of the Month from either your math teacher or by downloading it from the Grice Electronic Packpack.
    • The School Store will be open next week Tuesday through Friday during all lunches. Items will include Grice magnets, lanyards and earbuds. Assorted school supplies including novelty pens, pencils and erasers will also be available. Items range in price from 5 cents to 3 dollars.
    • Attention Students and Staff: Our Winter Clothing Drive has begun. Please brin gclean, gently used or new clothing to the bin in front of the Main Office.
    • This week's Word of the Week is "Instigate," and it is a verb. Instigate means to trigger or start something. Sentence: The road construction will definitely "instigate" major traffic delays during rush hour. Remember, all you ahve to do for a chance to win the Word of the Week Challenge is submit an original sentence using the word "Instigate" correctly to Miss Greubel in Room B-3 by Thursday! Good Luck!
    Comments (-1)
  • September 24, 2018

    • Coin Wars: Once again it is time for our annual Coin Wars competition. Coin Wars is a competition between grades and homerooms to see who can bring in the greatest amount of coins to school in one school week. This year's competition will take place from Monday, October 1st to Friday, October 5th. Yes. That's next week! Here's what you need to do to be part of this event. Bring in as many coins as you can and put them in your homeroom's container each morning. Each quarter will be worth 25 points, a dime is worth 10 points and so on. Want to double your points? Every dollar bill donated will be worth 200 points. The homeroom that collects the most points will win a pizza party. The winning hall will have their flag fly out front for the month of October. Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better. All the money we collect will go to the Mercer County Sunshine Foundation to support Operation Dream Lift. This is a program where very sick children from our area are sent on a fun-filled trip to Walt Disney World for the day. Therefore, by helping out, you can help put your homeroom in the lead, you can be part of the fun, and you will be helping out a very worthy cause. Now the only question is, "What homeroom will win this year?" Right now, we really don't know, but your donation could be just what is needed to put your homeroom in the lead. So, get your money in because at this point anyone can win! 
    • Attention Dance Team: Our first practice of the year will be on tomorrow, September 25th from 3:15 - 4:30 p.m. in the Gym. Please attend ONLY if you have returned a permission slip and arrange to have a ride home by 4:30 p.m.. If you have any questions, see Ms. Niglio in Room C-5 or Mrs. Ruzich in Room D-6.
    • The Grice Gazette will be meeting on Wednesday until 3:45 p.m. See you there!
    • Attention students who are signed up for Red Cross Clu