Welcome to Granger Junior High

  • Cards for hugs and bags

  • Bike group 2

  • Reading 2

  • ADL Speakers

  • Group Assembly

  • Dance group

  • Pete

  • Brian clapper

  • bike blender 1

  • AVID Professional Dress Day

  • Professional Dress

  • Think Pink

  • Kindness

  • Computer Geeks

  • PLNU group 1

  • PLNU David

  • computer collage

  • Fixing computers

  • Robotics

  • College T Shirt Day

  • Guitar Teacher Brett McCarty

  • guitar class

  • Mr Tacto

  • Parent Center

  • Nutrition Lesson

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    Reader

  • Principal Rich Carreon and Granger students

  • APs

  • bike to school

  • Girl uniform

  • Boys uniform

  • parents

  • Sarah Mancero

  • Discourse

  • GJH Counselors

  • Granger Staff

  • Students make cards for homeless and less fortunate. Please start your service and volunteer work! hugsandbags.com. Contact Dalila at dalila.hugsandbags@gmail.com
  • Thank you to the National City Rotary Club for donating 6 bikes to Granger students!
  • Please find the time to check out a real book and read it! Take a break from your phone, and enjoy a classic!
  • Students learn about anti-bullying. ADL speakers talk about how to be inclusive.
  • Students were fully engaged at the Step Up Assembly, where they learned about anti-bullying.
  • Students volunteered at the anti bullying Step Up assembly.
  • Teachers, Ms. Burge, Ms. Tovar and Mr. Vedborg support health at our school farmer's market.
  • National School Board Member, Brian Clapper, shows Granger students a Stein Farm hen the Granger Farmer's Market.
  • Students blend spinach, kale and berries to make delicious smoothies.
  • Students prepare for college by writing their personal statement essays, they dressed professionally and gave great speeches. Great job!
  • Students dressed professionally to give their personal statement speeches.
  • Spirit Day! Students wear pink for the Light's On assembly, in honor of those who have fought the battle with cancer.
  • We will prevent bullying by modeling positive behaviors and kindness towards others. Do you know of a great role model? Let us know, so we can nominate them as a star student.
  • Students work with Adan to fix computers that were donated by the San Diego County of Education.
  • AVID students ate at the college cafeteria and made friends with college students.
  • Making Connections: New Granger student, David, made friends with a college student, Taylor. Taylor learned that David speaks 7 languages! Go David!
  • Students, under the guidance of Robotics Coach, Adan Escobedo, take discarded computers and refurbish them!
  • Robotics students analyze, diagnose, repair, reinstall and eventually restore old computers!
  • Granger students were recognized with a STEM Strong Champions Award.
  • Students and staff wear college t shirts every Wednesday! Show your college spirit!
  • Guitar teacher, Mr. Brett McCarty, leads the new guitar class offered at Granger!
  • Students enjoy Granger's newest elective class- guitar!
  • Parent volunteer, Mr. Tacto, receives a "Front of the Lunch Line" ticket from students who were caught doing the right thing.
  • Parent Center Room 101. Parents volunteer, learn new skills and make great friends!
  • AVID students analyzed the function of food nutrients and sampled figs and kiwi fruit.
  • What is your reading level? Students who read every day, increase their reading level and their chances for academic success!
  • Principal Rich Carreon and students are at the library before school starts.
  • Welcome to our new Assistant Principals, Lora Bumatay (A-L) and Hector Ornelas Jr. (M-Z).
  • Students help keep our environment clean by riding their bikes to school. Getting exercise is also great for learning!
  • Granger students are ready to learn in perfect uniforms; white polo shirts with no logos, blue pants, shorts or skirts (no denim or leggings), and solid blue, gray or black sweater.
  • Granger students are ready to learn in perfect uniforms; white polo shirts with no logos (Tucked in) , blue pants or shorts (no denim ), and solid blue, gray or black sweater.
  • Parent Volunteers Needed! Please come to the Parent Center (room 101) for opportunities to volunteer, help our students and our school.
  • Teacher, Sarah Mancero, uses Popsicle sticks to check for understanding. Checking for understanding is an excellent strategy to see if students have truly learned what they are supposed to learn.
  • An excellent learning strategy is for students to turn to their partner and discuss their learning.
  • Counselors promote college-going culture at Granger! Michael Nafarrete, Tich Tran and Monica Aguilar-Garcia.
  • Granger Junior High School Staff.

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