On May 9, Grant students took their Vision of a Lakewood Graduate focus on collaboration to the ultimate degree as they all became "boxitects" and worked together to build a carboard city! Students beamed as they watched their design ideas come to life as a pet shop, castle, dog house and more! The project was inspired by the book "Boxitect", read schoolwide, and came together thanks to the leadership of Grant PTA and generous donations from Larsen Architects and Dimit Architects LLC of Lakewood. Click on Read More to see photos!
Last week, Grant students participated in sessions with the Cleveland Anti-Defamation League as part of the process to earn the ADL’s No Place for Hate designation for the school. No Place for Hate is an initiative sponsored by the ADL aimed at providing a model for combating intolerance, bullying, and hatred.
Congratulations to Grant Elementary fourth grader Landon Metz on winning the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce's annual "Why I Love Lakewood" contest! Landon earned the right to flip the switch with Santa on the city holiday lights at Light Up Lakewood and read his essay as well at the Dec. 3 event. You can read Landon's essay by clicking on "Read More".