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Liam McCormack

Autism Acceptance Month

Recently, Mrs. Freschi's class was visited by Dumont resident Liam McCormack. This amazing young man was diagnosed with Autism back in 2009. He enthusiastically shared with students the unique experiences and challenges he faced growing up. His important message to students was " Just because you learn differently, does NOT mean you are less capable than anyone else!" Liam is also an accomplished artist and has his own hand drawn sticker company, "The Sticker Spectrum." Each student received a packet of some of his stickers. Thanks Liam for sharing your story!

Author Visits Grant School!

Thanks to our PTO, Grant School students excitedly welcomed children's author/Illustrator Mike Malbrough. Mr. Malbrough shared the process he goes through when writing stories and sketching the pictures to go with them. It was another great way we celebrated Read Across America!
Famous Figures

Pop Bottle Figures!

Mrs. Manna’s 2nd grade class has been learning about famous people that have made a difference. Each student chose a person and created amazing “Pop Bottle Figures” made out of recycled water bottles.
image of stick figure kids in a circle with words understand together

School Anti-Bullying (HIB) Information

Mrs. Cheryl Lasher, School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Contact Information: Grant Elementary School
100 Grant Avenue, Dumont, NJ 07628
Phone: (201) 387-3050 | Email: [email protected]
Mr. Luis Lopez, District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Contact Information: Lincoln School
80 Prospect Avenue, Dumont, NJ 07628
Phone: (201) 387-3040 | Email: [email protected]