Genesis for Parents Parent Access is a component of Genesis, our student information system. It allows us to provide you with a safe and secure way to view academic information about your children in one portal via the Internet. Click here to access to your portal.

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    Principal's Message

    On behalf of my staff, I would like to welcome all of our students and parents back for another exciting year at Grace Wilday.  We hope that the summer of 2017 was restful and rejuvenating.  Vacations are an imperative time for family bonding and for the social emotional growth of a child. We hope that our students took the opportunity to recharge because the Grace Wilday family is prepared to challenge them with a rigorous yet enjoyable curriculum.

    This year, Grace Wilday will focus on the attributes of 21st Century Teaching and Learning Skills.  Each month our teachers will focus on a particular attribute so that by the end of this school year students will be exposed to: Personal Responsibility, Communication Skills, Collaboration Skills, Critical Thinking Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Collaborative Problem Solving Skills, Creativity, Innovation, Social/Intercultural Skills, and Global Awareness.   Since there is a direct correlation between high parental involvement and high student achievement, this endeavor will have greater results with your active participation; therefore, the Grace Wilday family asks parents to please be involved as much as possible in your child’s education.  Middle school is a critical time for students; as a result, for students to experience a holistic academic school year, teachers and parents must work together by communicating often.  We encourage all of our parents to: 1- Have an active Genesis account so that you can monitor your child’s academic process, 2- Email teachers with questions you may have regarding your child’s academic performance, 3- Email the Guidance Counselor and Administrative Team with any questions or concerns, 4- Join the PTO as we need active parents that will help create a positive experience for our students in their middle school journey.   

    Finally, it is important that each student and parent remain focused on our school vision, which will assist the school’s faculty, staff and administration in reaching our ultimate goal, increasing student achievement. I wish everyone a productive and successful 2017-2018 school year.

    Our School Vision Statement:

    Students will work independently and collaboratively as independent learners in order to achieve their fullest potential both now and in the future.

    Educationally yours,

    Erik Leite, Principal

    Grace Wilday Junior High School


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