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Grange MS

1975 Blossom Ave.
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 438-1900
(707) 438-1992
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

School News

  • This week is the Great Kindness Challenge week!

    FSUSD is a “Kindness Certified” school district. You can participate by completing the Acts of Kindness Checklist. Visit www.greatkindnesschallenge.org for more information.

    Acts of Kindness Checklist

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  • Fairfield High Preview Day


    Students will have the opportunity this upcoming Tuesday to speak with staff from Fairfield High regarding the programs and electives offered at their site. The staff will stay after school from 3:05-4:05 in order to be available to parents who would like to learn more about these programs and electives. Come by and learn about all the FHS has to offer!


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  • Vote for the GMS Grizzly Bots

    Watch the YouTube Promo "Come Share Our Journey" and give it a thumbs up by clicking on this link

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    The City of Fairfield Fire Department will be providing free smoke detectors and installation to City of Fairfield residents who are seniors, low income, or in need of assistance. Call Linda Calbert at 707-428-7081 for more information.


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    Thursday January 14 in the library at 5:30

    Early college high schools are small schools designed so that students can earn both a high school diploma and an Associate's degree or up to two years credit towards a Bachelor's degree. FSUSD has an early college program available for students 9-12. If you are interested in learning more about this program please come to the informational meeting at Grange on January 14th in the library at 5:30

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  • Special Needs Community Forum Part 2

    Parents Empowering Parents & Local Childcare Planning Council are hosting a Special Needs Community Forum to discuss solutions to a lack of Special Needs Child Care on Thursday January 21 from 6:30-8:30 at the Solano County Administration Center at 675 Texas Street in Fairfield. Email Joshua Bongawil at jbongawil@cnpkids.org to RSVP. Informational Flyer is attached.

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  •  Theater Curtains  Coming November 10th!

    Nightmare on Puberty St. is an age-appropriate, live theatrical performance about four young people on their journey through adolescence. As the characters wrestle with the question, “Am I normal?” they learn to cope with the changes affecting their bodies and minds. The frank and sometimes funny program shows students how to cope with many of the issues of puberty, including how to handle pressure to be sexually active, how to build self-esteem, and where to find help if faced with feelings of depression or thoughts of suicide. By the end of the performance, students understand everyone goes through changes during puberty, and there are resources to help them adjust to those changes.

    Nightmare on Puberty St. es una representación teatral en vivo, adecuada para adolescentes, que cuenta la historia de cuatro jóvenes en su recorrido por la adolescencia. Al mismo tiempo que los personajes luchan con la pregunta "¿Soy normal?", aprenden a adaptarse a los cambios que afectan sus cuerpos y sus mentes. Este programa, sincero y con toques de humor, enseña a los estudiantes cómo hacer frente a los problemas propios de la pubertad, como, por ejemplo, cómo manejar la presión de ser sexualmente activo, cómo desarrollar su autoestima y dónde encontrar ayuda si llegaran sentirse deprimidos o a tener pensamientos suicidas. Al final de la representación, los estudiantes habrán aprendido que todas las personas experimentan cambios durante la pubertad y que hay recursos que pueden ayudarlos a adaptarse a estos cambios.

    Parent's Guide  Unaguía parapadres

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  • Noon Duty Position Available

    We have a noon duty position available at Grange for the hours 11:30-1:30. If you are interested please see our front office staff. 


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  • CAASPP Student Results Parent Information Night:

    Bring your child's score report to the Parent Information Night to find out how to read the results and what these scores tell you about your child's academic performance. Three meeting locations to choose from!

    Armijo High Library- Tuesday Sept 29th- 6:30-7:30 pm

    Fairfield High Library- Wednesday Sept 30th- 6:30-7:30 pm

    Rodriguez High Library- Thursday, Oct 1st- 6:30-7:30 pm

    Flyer in English

    en espanol

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  • September is Attendance Awareness Month

    Addressing chronic absence is a key proponent improving graduation rates, increasing academic achievement and giving young people the best chance at success in their adult life. Join the Attendance Awareness Campaign and make a difference for your community: http://bit.ly/1oqfID7

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  • Middle School and High School Food Pantry
     On the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month at the PAL Center (2195 Union Drive) the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano County will host a food pantry with fresh fruits and vegetables and cooking demonstrations! 
    Food Pantry  
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  • Child Nutrition (Cafeteria) Changes!
    Fairfield-Suisun has made some exciting changes in child nutrition (food services). Check out our cafeteria page to see the menus available and how to prepay online!
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Grizzly Growl

  • Congratulations to all performers in the 2015 Grange Talent Show who did a fantastic job entertaining peers and staff and sharing some amazing skills! It is obvious that a lot of work went into preparing for the acts and organizing the show (great job Leadership Class!) so we are very proud of the perseverance and excellence (Grizzly PRIDE!) that our students demonstrated in this event. Check out a short summary video of the 2015 Talent Show performances with this link!
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  • Wondering about LCAP and Local Control Funding Formula? 
     Click Here to Learn about Local Control and Accountability Plan! 
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  • A letter to middle school students and parents from the Chancellors of Community Colleges, California State Universities, and University of California: 
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  • P.E. Clothing
    This year, you may wear any black or gray shirts and shorts as gym clothing! You may also wear shirts without logos, or your triple A award shirt. Please make sure your shorts are an appropriate length though! This means that if you hold your hands to your sides, your shorts should be PAST your fingertips!
    By: Raven Moore, 7th grade
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  • Dear Grange students,

             As you know, we need the Internet to do our homework, but unfortunately, some of our parents can’t afford it. I went online and found out that Comcast offers a program for low-income families. The student needs to be receiving free or reduced lunch. The website where you will find all the information is:  http://www.internetessentials.com/. The cost for internet is $9.95 per month.

    by Jessica Sanchez 
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