Have a Student in Band, Strings, Choir or Dance?
Attend the Graham Performing Arts Association Meeting
7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in the Sports Pavilion
Find out what's new for band, strings, choir and dance this year; pick up band uniform order forms; learn how you can help.
If your child is absent, please call the 24-hour Graham Voice Mail Absentee Hotline:
526–3570 x 2680
View Graham's tardy policy.
Student Pick Up
To ensure that all students are safe, those with appointments during school hours must be picked up at the school office by an adult.
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Join the Graham parent email list!
Simply send an email to:
Then reply to the confirmation email. (You may need to check your spam folder.)
More info: English or Español
Like us on Facebook!
Go to https://www.facebook.com/GrahamMiddleSchool and click 'like" to have updates from Graham appear on your Facebook feed.
Whooping Cough (Pertussis) has been widespread in California. California law (Assembly Bill 354) requires that students be immunized against pertussis. Download Instructions Here
La tosferina se ha generalizado en California. Una ley de California (AB 354) ahora requiere que los estudiantes estén vacunados contra la tosferina. Instrucciones de descarga aquí
Searching for Accelerated Reader books
is fun and easy with this free online tool.
Homework Help is available in the Mountain View Library and Online
Can you help supervise the growing student body at lunch time? It is a great opportunity to see how middle school students pass their time. It is a paid position, five hours a week. If you are interested, please see Kim Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's Graham's annual magazine-cookie dough-gift drive!
Find out all about it.
Graham students are selling magazines; Southern Living and Cooking Light cookie dough; and gift wrap and gift items from the Be Inspired catalog. The catalog has more than 90 items available for $10 or less. Proceeds go to help fund student activities and programs. Order deadline: Thursday, Sept. 11
Magazine Drive overview Prize List
The bulk of the first phase of construction on the new Graham Middle School is complete, but here's what you need to know for the first week of school:
Office: The brand-new office is where the old library used to be.
Parking: Both parking lots are open.
In the front lot, please pull all the way to the end of the drive. The construction trailer and storage containers are still in the back lot, so please drive carefully.
Check out the BRAND new Graham PTA Online Store
Involved parents are key to a successful school. Here are five ways you can help:
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Graham Before- and After-School Programs
Join AM Choir
Do you like to sing? Do you want to learn how to sing? Do you want a second elective? Do you want to drink free hot chocolate? You can do all of those things by joining the AM Choir!
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 16, AM Choir is 7 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in the choir room. No try-out. Just show up ready to sing! Contact Mrs. Gaderlund if you have any questions. email@example.com
AM GMS TV
Teacher: Tom Sayer
Looking for a safe, structured place for your student after school's over? The city of Mountain View is sponsoring The Beat, a free after-school program at Graham.
Registration form in English and Spanish
Play chess against each other or against a computer to prepare for chess tournaments. No experience is necessary because members love teaching others how to play chess. Beginning 3 p.m. Aug. 29 and every Friday in Room 39. Just show up ready to play! Dorith Endler
Teacher: Erika Mueller
Teacher: Kelly Flynn
Knit Wits GMS Knitting Club
You'll be learning to knit, improving knitting skills and working on personal projects and two community donation projects, Caps for Good (making wool hats for premature babies) and The Mother Bear Project (making teddy bears for distribution to children with AIDS). Teacher Host: Irene Morrison
Latino Student Union
Teacher: Teresa Posas
In this service-learning club, you can develop your leadership skills, serve your community and more than anything, have a good time. Recent Leo Club projects include collecting eye glasses, collecting coats and jackets and holding a canned-food drive to benefit the less fortunate. Teacher Host: Melanie Standley
Members discuss such math topics as the sizes of different infinities, fractals and cool problems; solve problems; and watch interesting math videos. Teacher Host Derek Mulkey
Teachers: Susan Mitchell and Agnes Kaiser
Speech & Debate Club
Student mentors from Mountain View and Los Altos high schools introduce different speech and debate forms to club members and work on brainstorming, speaking clearly, and overall presentations. Teacher: Chelsea Delaney
Yales Running Club
Teacher: Merlene Saunders
Youth Voice Productions (With KMVT)
Interested in video production? You can learn everything from producing and editing videos to camera operation and directing in this after-school program sponsored by Graham Middle School, the Mountain View Whisman School District and KMVT15-Silicon Valley Media. The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Sept. 16. Find out more about it.
Check Graham events covered by GMSTV in collaboration with KMVT:
There are videos and commentary by students of Graham volleyball, basketball, soccer games and track meets, as well as performing arts.
See Yourself in Pictures!
The GMSTV student staff has taken thousands of photos of student activities, and many are available online! You can buy the pictures for $1 per photo as either a print or a download.
Pictures from previous years are available. Proceeds from photo sales are used to maintain GMSTV equipment.