Find helpful information and documents for Graham Middle School students and parents.
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To view the complete Words of the Week listings, Go to Page>>
Graham Middle School Class Bell Schedule. Go to Page>>
For online resources regarding textbooks, helpful learning tools and other educational information. Go To Page>>
Rules and Responsibilities Student and Parent Handbook defines policies for attendance, absences, tardiness, academic standards, and general rules and responsibilities. Go to Page»
Students will need these supplies all year. Go to Page»
Enjoy creative essays, short stories, and poems written by Graham Students. Go to Page»
Important information and dates for students about to enter Mountain View or Los Altos High School. Go to Page»
Powerpoint presentation for College Career Day information. Go to Page»
Paid and volunteer opportunities at Graham Middle School. Go to Page»
Show your Graham spirit by wearing Graham Gear. Go to Page»
Graham Parent Teacher Association (PTA) Goals, Members, and Fundraising Events. Go to Page»
Graham School Site Council (SSC) is a decision-making group comprised of the principal, teachers, classified staff and parents/guardians who help shape the future of Graham Middle School. Go to Page»
Fundraising at Graham supports many student activities such as dances, after school sports, and awards. Go to Page»
Learn more about Graham's Emergency Preparedness policies and procedures. Go to Page»
Can't find what you're looking for? Try using the Graham website search tool, or view the Graham website site map to find important information. Go to Page»
If your child is absent, please call the Graham Voice Mail Absentee Hotline : 526–3570 x 2680
You may call this number 24 hours a day.
Students that have appointments during school hours need to be picked up at the school office by an adult. We want to ensure that all students at Graham are safe.
After School Sports and the Valley Junior High Athletic League, including sports schedules. Go to Page»
Learn more about the GOAL achievement levels and membership privileges. Go to Page>>
The Block G program is a way to recognize students who consistently show a high level of school spirit through academic success. Go to Page»
The Beat after school program is sponsored by the City of Mountain View Recreation Division and the Mountain View Whisman School District. Go to Page»
The Library Homework Help programs provides on-campus and online help to students. Go to Page»
Update: Rec'ing Crew camp will take place at the Whisman Sports Center (on the Crittenden Campus
Please check out our Rec'ing Crew summer camp for 11-14 year olds! The attached flyers, in both English and Spanish, provide information on this fantastic camp. Please pass on to teens that you know who are looking for something to do this summer and to their parents. It's a great opportunity for teens to spend a summer going on trips, engaging in activities and games, and interacting with other teens and outgoing Recreation Leaders!
Opportunites for Graham students to volunteer after school and during the Summer break.
Sometimes, Breakfast & Lunch is Free !!!
The Mountain View Whisman School District FREE Community Breakfast and Lunch service will be available daily this year for ages 1 – 18 whether attending summer school or not. Download Flyer: English / Spanish
Meals will be available and served at Monta Loma Elementary School
June 29 to July 30, 2010 (Closed on July 5)
Breakfast: 7:30-8:15 am
Lunch: 11:30-12:45 pm