Last week of school

“School’s out for summer, school’s out forever” – well, not quite.

The Granville School District will have students in session for a few more days at Graduation for the class of 2011 nears.

At the Mary J. Tanner Primary School work on the second grade mural project finishes up tomorrow with a visiting artist and volunteers. The awards ceremony for Mary J. Tanner is June 20 followed by Active Play Day June 21 with field and fun events planned to inspire the kids to more active lifestyles. June 21 is the last full day of class as June 22 and 23 will be half days for the students.  

At Granville Elementary School, the last full day of classes for elementary students is June 21, featuring a day of field events for the kids. The sixth grade moving up ceremony will take place June 22 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the high school.  

The final two school days will be June 22 and 23 – they will be half days, with students going to school the regular time and returning home early.

At Granville Central School, the last full day of classes for the high school will be June 14 with testing starting the following day, June 15.

Testing will continue until June 23.

The night of June 23, starting at 7 p.m. will be the Baccalaureate ceremony, taking place this year at the Peniel Presbyterian Church on Quaker Street.

Graduation rehearsal takes place the morning of June 24 with the graduation ceremony starting at 6:30 p.m. outside on the lawn off of the junior high school wing, weather permitting. The ceremony will be held inside if it rains; school officials say seating is unlimited on the lawn, but will be confined to ticket holders should the event need to move indoors. This year marks the third year graduation ceremonies are to take place outside.

 

 

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