Granada Islamic School is opening its high school doors in the Fall of 2015! We are looking for credentialed and experienced and/or college/university teachers in the areas of Language Arts, Islamic Studies/Quran, Math, Science, Social Science, PE, Arabic and the Arts. If interested, please email resume and cover letter to email@example.com
High School: Hiring Teachers
Scholastic Book Fair - extended to Dec 16 - 2 extra days
The annual Scholastic Book Fair is coming soon to Granada from December 5-12, 2014.
Opening hours: 7:45 am -4:00 pm
Please visit the Book Fair in our Library and purchase some good reading books for your children!
Rescheduled to Tuesday December 16
: Students can dress up in their favorite reading character. Let's be creative!!
World Arabic Language Day
World Arabic Language Day is celebrated every year on December 18. We will have a special event in the Khadijah Banquet Hall to commemorate this day: displays of students' work in Arabic, assemblies with songs, skits and poems, and of course some samples of Arabic food.
Please join us on December 18: the assembly times are as follows:
8:30-9:15 am--Grades 1 & 2
9:30-10:00 am --Grades PK & K
10:15-11:00 am-- Grades 3-4
11:15-12:00 pm-- Grades 5-8
Computer Science Week Dec 8-12, 2014
Every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps develop problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. During the weeks of December 8-19, Granada students will be involved in computer activities that are designed to demystify code and show that everyone can learn the basics of code: they will join the Hour of Code movement.
For more information on this event, check these websites: http://hourofcode.com and code.org.
First Trimester Parent-Teacher Conferences
The Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Monday December 15. Please follow the link below for some tips on how to prepare for a successful meeting with your child's teachers
and the schedules for each grade/section for grades PK-4 and for Grades 5-8.