With an emphasis on literacy, math, and real-world science, Grant School students build a strong foundation in the core curriculum. To enhance student learning, specialists in music, art, and physical education work with students weekly.
Students participating in an instrumental music program develop self-discipline through regular practice, teamwork and leadership skills while playing with peers, and self-confidence when playing for friends and family.
The primary goals of the Positive Behavior and Intervention Support (PBIS) Program are to increase positive and appropriate behavior, reduce ongoing patterns of problem behaviors and increase the likelihood of improved academic performance for all students.
Each class sees the school counselor for Guidance Class for 30 minutes every other week. Lessons are based on the Academic, Personal/Social, and Career Development Domains of the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for School Counseling.
All students should be provided with an education in the development of cognitive skills, affective skills, self-awareness, self-esteem, physical well being, and socially acceptable decision making strategies.
Youth-Tutoring-Youth is a program that provides high school students with an opportunity to give direct tutoring assistance to elementary classrooms under the guidance of a supervising and coordinating teacher.