Alan Mindell, best selling author of "The Closer" speaks to students about writing a book.
9th Grade Debates! Students dress professionally and debate an academic topic with their peers.
Free healthy food for families! Every third Thursday of the month 4:00-6:00 PM at National City Middle School (2701 D Avenue). Call Ms. Carranza for for information at 472-3095. Thank you to Mudd Foundation, the Smart Food Foundation and South Bay Community Services!
Future AVID students! Incoming 6th graders learn about the benefits of AVID and going to college.
Teachers model what not to wear!
The Royal Court! 7th, 8th and 9th Grade!
The Royals enjoy walking down the red carpet!
Assistant Principals: Lora Bumatay and Sabino Muro.
Through Hippocrates Circle Granger students meet doctors and become aware that a career as a physician is possible.
Students learn to appreciate food that will nourish them.
Students try vegetables that were harvested two days ago!
Students buy fresh produce with Griffin Dollars!
Hugs and Bags Community Service! January 31 9:00 AM-1:00 PM. Meet at 14th and Imperial Avenue, the last Saturday of every month.
Students make cards for homeless and less fortunate. Please start your service and volunteer work! hugsandbags.com. Contact Dalila at email@example.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.
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.