Grant Middle School
School-Based Health Center
      

Bruno Primerano
Principal

Administration:

Lisa Costanzo
Vice Principal

Dr. Andrew Lloyd
Vice Principal

DASA Coordinators:

Lisa Costanzo
Lindsay Thompson

Contact Information:

Main Office: (315) 435-4433
Gu
idance Office: (315) 435-4433
Nurse's Office: (315) 435-4134

School Based Health
Center: 
(315) 435-4040

 

School Address:

2400 Grant Blvd.
Syracuse, NY 13208


School Hours:

7:50 AM - 3:10 PM 

 

 

Upcoming and Important Dates

  • August 21 - 6th Grade Orientation (9:00-12:00)
                        - 7th & 8th Grade Orientation (1:00-2:00)
  • August 23 - Parent Orientation for all grades (5:30-6:30)

  • August 22-24 - Superintendent's Conference Days - Teachers report
  • August 28 - First Day of School for Students
  • September 1 - No School for Students
  • September 5 - No School for Students
  • September 6 - School Resumes for Students
  • September 7 - PTO Meeting (5:30)
  • September 11 - Faculty Meeting (3:15)
  • September 13 - Open House (6:00-8:00)


Click here for the Grant Middle School Supply List
Click here to read a welcome letter from our new Principal, Mr. Primerano
Click here to read a welcome letter from our new Vice Principal, Dr. Lloyd




Mission: At Grant Middle School we promote intercultural understanding and build inquiring, knowledgeable, young minds. Grant Middle School students are active, honest, compassionate,  life long learners preparing for high school, college, careers, and beyond.
Vision: To become the most improved urban middle school in America.

                                                                                                                                                                          

                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

 

School News
SCSD Students Become Avid Readers Thanks to Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge: As part of the Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge, SCSD students were tasked with reading as much as they could this summer. Their minutes spent reading were tallied, and Mayor Miner visited classrooms with the most minutes read at each school building to present students with a bookmark, sunglasses and a cake.   “I like reading big chapter books,” LeMoyne summer school student Debora Yangwa, now a 6 th grader at Grant Middle School, said. “Reading helps my fluency ... more >>
8th Grade AVID Students Create Carnival for Teachers: June 23, 2017, which was the last day of school for staff, GMS 8th grade AVID students created a midway of carnival games for the GMS staff.  The games included a basket toss,  basketball toss, wiffle ball throw, dart game, and a ping pong toss.  The Students designed, built and supervised the games.  Prizes were given to teachers who successfully made the baskets or got the darts through the bulls eye!  Popcorn was given to all of the staff, regardless of their prowess ... more >>
GMS Celebrates its Third Annual Multi-Cultural Festival: GMS celebrated our cultural diversity with our Third Annual Multi-Cultural Festival, Cultural Fusion .  Our Students shared music and dance from Nepal, Thailand,  Somalia, West Africa, Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and the United States.   more >>
GMS WEB Leaders Meet New WEB leaders: In June, our 2016-17 WEB Leaders met with our 2017-18 WEB leaders for our annual "Spring Play Day."  This is the only opportunity that our veteran WEB leaders have to train our incoming WEB leaders.  Our WEB leaders share insights about the program as well as show the new WEB leaders some of the activities that they will be responsible for teaching during oru 6th grade WEB orientation in August.  It is an action-packed afternoon, but watching leaders collaborate and learn ... more >>
GMS 8th Grade Students go to Baltimore and Washington, DC: GMS 8th grade students just returned from 3 days in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.  In Baltimore, GMS scholars enjoyed the Inner Harbor, the Science Center and the National Aquarium.  GMS scholars were very grateful that the Megladon Shark is extinct!  We finished our evening in Maryland by enjoying the feast at the Medieval Times Restaurant, enjoying jousts, falcons, and Spanish Horse War Maneuvers.  Day Two brought us to Washington, D.C., where we toured the National Museum ... more >>


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Links

NYS School Review Report
Grant Middle School's First Day September 8, 2015
Grant Support Staff

Important Information

SIG 2016-17 Final Report and 2017-18 Continuation Plan