Graebner students cruise into learning
Graebner Elementary students briefly re-surfaced the Titanic to help reinforce units based on the historic event.
Fourth-grade students used the legendary event as a backdrop to promote lessons from all major subject areas.
"It is a lot of fun and challenging," fourth grader Francina Lucaj.
Students first studied the Titanic as part of an anthology lesson in its language arts program. The lessons were coordinated by Graebner fourth-grade teachers Tina Mow, Stacey Amore and Stephanie Hudson.
Stay connected to Utica Community Schools
Utica Community Schools has created social media sites that allow residents without K-12 children to stay involved in the district.
The sites will feature information of interest to residents who have students who have graduated or would just like to take advantage of community events. MORE.
Applications Now Being Accepted
for award-winning high school programs
A Site Dedicated To
Student Achievement in UCS
Christine M. Johns, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
UCS students live
what they learn
Our community puts children and their education at the center of everything it does. It is one of the reasons I’m proud to live here. The residents of Utica Community Schools – young parents to empty nesters – are committed to volunteering in our schools, advocating for our students and investing in their future. This spirit of support is the foundation of a family-centered community nationally recognized as a great place to live, learn and work.
Superintendent Christine Johns' Column>>