What is happening at Robert Gray?
Robert Gray Elementary seeks used books
That's why Robert Gray Elementary is conducting a book drive. The school has set a goal of gathering 2,000 gently used books, from picture books to middle school-level chapter books. They will be used by students, who will share and exchange them during a school-wide summer reading program.
If you have books to donate, please drop them off at the school by June 17, or arrange a pickup by calling 575-7301.
Together we can encourage a new generation of readers!
Robert Gray principal Kala Lougheed and a student sort books that have arrived for the school book drive. To date, the school has collected roughly 800 books.
Community invited to information sessions on long-range facility planning
A staff-citizen committee is developing a plan to address the district’s long-range building needs, and they want to hear your ideas. See more
Community Meeting with Sheriff Mark Nelson
May 16, 2016, 6:30pm-8pm in the library (see flyer)
Topics of discussion:
*Review of Sheriff’s Office current status
*Law enforcement in north Cowlitz County
*Question and answer session at the end
THANK YOU for the amazing turn out for the Robert Gray Garden Ground Breaking. I was hoping that on such a busy Saturday we could get 30 adults and some children to show up. See more
Academics, Behavior and Improvement for the Month of January
The following Robert Gray students were recognized for Academic Excellence, Excellent Behavior and Improvement for the month of January
Row 1 Preston Mejia, Colton Fitzgerald, Chloe Tucker, Juan Velasco-Rivera, Keagan Vinyard, Mirysa Culp, Dallas Shegrud, Alena Anderson and Launa Hammonds
Row 2 Lili-James Masters, Kianna Morris, Hadley Murray, Max Hadaller, Robert Staley, Hailey McNiel, Kaydence Bartness, Aleecia Rahm, Gracie Huhta and Tucker Kangas,
Row 3 Graice Johnson, Markayla Bryant-Tover , Chyanne Chrissis, Nickolas DaSilva, Miles Whiteside, Mati Applebury, Lucas Sears, Lucas Moyer and Fatih Gunderson,
Row 1 Payton Thill, My Ta, Alyssa Cassinelli, Mai-Li Denman, Kadence Gorans,Troy Huhta, Aziza Dhalai, Ethan Gray, Matthias White, Aubree Londo and Caelyn Smith
Row2 Wyatt Stephenson, Hunter Glidden, Kyler Keith, Jared Childers, Nicholas Pittsley, Cyprus Bartley, Amorous Arce, Hannah Askay, Johnny Jones, Evan Goodwin and Alyssa Green
Row 3 Madison Batchelder, Clarissa Shegrud, Zander Friedrick-Mitchell, Tristen Middleton, Braden Huhta and Bryce Foytack
Not Pictured- Caleb Stewart and Vivian Nguyen
Striving for Excellence
The following Robert Gray students were recognized for “Striving for Excellence “ for the week of April 18-22 2016
Kindergarten- Mirysa Culp, Sam Landacre and Ayden Jurmu
Ist grade- Sophie tucker, Tucker Kangas, Caylea Zimmerman and Cooper Vollmer
2nd grade- Evan Allman, Sophia Wallace and Meagan Fugleberg
3rd grade- Alyssa Cassinelli, Charlie Jones, Adrian Martinez-Gonzalez and Cooper Katon
4th grade- Emily Foytack, Elonie Brown Turner, Mariah Weissgerber and Ronan McDonald
5th grade- Kenji London, Brooklyn Dillinger and Castor Pratt
Great Fun at Robert Gray
As a prize for our Fall Fundraiser, the students that sold a certain amount of items received up to three shots to dunk our principal, Dr. L. We had 35 students take a shot at dunking our principal! Even Dr. Zorn took a shot! It was a great event that the students and staff all enjoyed! We want to thank Dr, Lougheed, our wonderful principal for being such a great sport and getting in the dunk tank!
To see more visit our Facebook page.
Striving for Excellence
The following students were Striving for Excellence at Robert Gray Elementary for the week of November 2-6 2015
Kindergarten Rylee Ann Ragsdale, Alivia Gray and Rylee Freeman 1st grade- Jessica DeWolf Connor Garoutte, Lyla Ford and Keanan Jones 2nd grade- Jaren Whitright, Odin Frasier and Chyanne Chrissis 3rd grade- Aubree Londo, Alex Perkins, Evan Peters and Gabby Rivera 4th grade Audrey Berndt, Clarissa Shegrud, Aiden McDonald and Alexandria White 5th grade- Paris Vath, Cameron Scrichfield and Anthony Grube
Robert Gray Title I Overview
Robert Gray PTO Newsletter
Here is the first newsletter of the school year.
- Box Tops/Labels for Education
- Upcoming Events - as well as and entire year calendar of events.
- PTO contact Information
- Volunteers needed
- Flash Alert (notices on school closures)
- Spirit Day info
- Speaking of Spirit - examples of shirts and sweatshirts with Robert Gray logos you can order.
See something good happening at Robert Gray or have a question of concern?
We see great things happening every day at Robert Gray. However, if you see something, we would like to hear from you! And on the other hand, if you have a question about something, or a concern, we want to hear that too.
Click here or on the image at left to fill out this online comment card, which will automatically send a notification to the Principal to review your comment or concern..
The Little Free Library is now open at Robert Gray!
Superintendent Dr. Dan Zorn assisted Dr. Lougheed and her family, along with Robert Gray staff, students, and families, in cutting the ribbon and officially opening the library in August. The idea of a Little Free Library is that anyone can "take a book, give a book" - or just take a book if they do not have one. Located at the stop sign near the parking lot entry, the library is regularly checked and stocked with donated reading material. Stop by and help yourselves to a good book!
Online math resources
Looking for some math resources that families can access at home?
Please take a look at these sites and encourage your students to use these with your permission.
PTO - Learn how you can help...
Our school hours and other emergency info can be found on the Longview School District website. You will find info about bus snow routes and hours of school operations.
In addition to local radio stations announcing weather delays, you would like to get notices sent to your my email. Sign up for a free service called "Flash Alert". Please note: you must subscribe and keep your contact information updated; some spam filters block these messages; you can get messages pushed to your smart phone or tablet with the FlashAlert Messenger App. Info is on the FlashAlert signup site.
Information will be posted before 6 a.m.