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5-8 Principal Frank Calano observes the winter wonderland that served as the afternoon's cafeteria. (Photo by Abby Ledoux)

Cold lunch

Most picnics don’t happen in 30-degree weather, but one did at the Georgia school last Friday, and for good reason. That cold winter day, about 80 GEMS 7th and 8th graders ate lunch exposed to the elements to raise money …  Read more


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Ethan Swan
House B

Ethan Swan

Ethan demonstrates leadership and citizenship on a daily basis. As a leader, Ethan’s style is to lead by example by being productive and completing his assignments on time, or voicing insightful and intelligent contributions to class discussions. His citizenship is …  Read more

Johanna Eddy
House B

Johanna Eddy

Johanna can sit in the quiet storm of a middle school classroom and piece together an articulate and well-reasoned argument with a clear sense of justice at its heart. She reflects on her learning and devotes herself to improvement. JoJo, …  Read more

Soren Moland
Grade 3

Soren Moland

Soren is a terrific role model! He exemplifies our school guidelines and consistently treats others with respect. He always puts forth his best effort, and his work is very thorough. He perseveres even when faced with a challenging task. Soren …  Read more


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