We love the house system that we built at Griffin as our takeaway from the Ron Clark PD! As others in the county move into the house system and houses exclusively constructed by Ron Clark, we want to walk in unity with our sister schools. Are you ready!!??? Because it’s coming!
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INSiiGHTS believes you use athletics as a means to enhance our students and this is part of our mission statement.
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Corey Fuller Alison Posey Anthony B. Miller Griffin Middle Information Technology School Fairview IB After School Amos P. Godby High School Earl Hankerson Gadsden County High School Walt McNeil Leon County Mickey Clayton Dominique Street David HowardQuinn Gray Destin Coates Gary Wordlaw Derrick Magee Meac DirectorofMultimedia Jerome Swaine Lindy's Fried Chicken Garry SimmonsTallahassee Kiwanis ClubKiwanis InternationalThomasville Nupes Allison Henderson- BrooksMaurice EdingtonMaurice Freeman Tony'O
1/15/19 at 5:30 in the Media Center.
Please consider attending. We'll discuss the carnival (on 3/15/19) for our students. 🎟🎪
And a peek inside our screening coach sponsored by Annett Bus Lines!
Woodville K-8 School-Tallahassee, FL
Griffin Middle Information Technology School
Note: All parents who register their 6th grader up for the heart screening at their child's school will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will receive a $500 Walmart gift card. Winner will be announced on Nov. 2nd.
Woodville K-8 School PTO- Tallahassee, Fl
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Griffin Middle School is an Information Technology Magnet School. Students can earn industry standard
Operating as usual
Our administration doesn’t just lead, they also cook!!! With Dr. Pollitt on the grill, Mrs. O’Banner on all the sides, and Mr. Dobie, Mr. Wright, and team guidance holding down the logistics, Griffin ate real good today!!!!
Today our students got to participate in the voting experience as they voted for their student council officers. We would like to thank the Leon County Supervisor of Elections for your service in helping us make this a rewarding experience!
We are incredibly proud of our Lady Tigers Soccer team under the leadership of Coach Brett Stanley. Their hard work and dedication paid off in a historic undefeated 10-0 season and the District champs! https://www.tallahassee.com/story/sports/preps/2018/03/10/griffin-middle-girls-soccer-goes-unbeaten-wins-first-title-71-years/394490002/
Griffin Middle girls soccer goes unbeaten, wins first title in 71 years The Tigers went 10-0 despite having just nine and 10 players for the entirety of the season and having virtually no soccer experience among the group
Today's first annual Gwendolyn Lynn Thomas Black History Assembly was a huge success! Today, we celebrated history with the first African-American mayor of Cairo, GA, Booker Gainor, IV as our guest speaker. We also paid tribute to our very own Mrs. Gwendolyn Lynn Thomas, who began as a student at Griffin, and served as a teacher and principal. Thank to Superintendent Rocky Hannah as well for bringing greetings.
Griffin Middle School's SWAT Team heads to Leadership Retreat. Thank you Ms. Casto for chaperoning for Ms. Hurd!
Today, Griffin teachers joined teachers across Leon County and the state in solidarity to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1968 statewide teacher walkout to take a stance on improving teaching and learning at our public schools. We continue today and everyday to put our .
Introducing the currently undefeated Griffin Middle School 2018 Boys Basketball Team. Keep up the good work Coach Lang and our Tigers! We are proud of you.
Griffin Middle School students experienced the historic heritage trail in Tallahassee, The day was packed with African American History and students learned alot! Thank you Mrs. Marshall and Ms.Taylor for coordinating this relevant educational tour for our students.
Thank you for your service Mr. Edwin Bethea, retired principal, Griffin Middle School.
Griffin Girls Soccer defeats Woodville 6-0.
Thank you Coach Boom and Mrs.Rios for your continued support! Tonight’s victory was a bery hard fought game.
Congratulations Ms. Veronica Rios, Griffin's School Related Employee of the Year. Ms. Rios is one of the District Top Five Candidates for this recognition. Griffin is proud of you Ms. Rios and thank you for your service to our community and families!
Earlier tonight the Lady Tiger Soccer team moved to 2-0 on the season with a 7-0 win over Fort Braden. Alasia Johnson led the team with 3 goals while Santana Ozuna and Mya Willard each scored 2 goals. On the defensive side of the ball, Anaya Thompson notched her second straight shutout with the help of Alisha Washington, Chinera Shaheed and Maryam Parashani.
Please come out and cheer on the girls next week as they play Woodville on Thursday night.
The Lady Tigers Soccer team moved to 1-0 on the season with a 4-0 win over Nims Middle School. Anaya Thompson recorded her first career shutout (it was her first game ever as goalie), Santana Ozuna scored 3 goals and Alasia Johnson scored the other goal of the match. Maryam Parshani, Chinera Shaheed and Na'Kiya Williams lead a tough defense that only allowed one shot on goal. The team only had 9 players but they showed the fight and determination necessary to pull away late in the game.
Next game is Thursday at 6pm vs. Fort Braden at the Bellvue fields. Please come out and cheer on the girls.
The Geography Bee at Griffin Middle School. Way to go Tigers!
Griffin Middle School Geography Bee - Congratulations 8th grader, Bradwell Parchment! You will represent Griffin Middle at the District Geography Bee! Thank you Mrs. Marshall for organizing this schoolwide event! I am sure Mr. Gautney is proud.
History on the Horizon - History Fair Projects are due Wednesday, January 24th.
History on the Horizon is rocking with extra after school sessions for students to complete their History Fair projects! Thank you Ms. Johnson, Mrs. Wilkerson, Mr. Shulla and Ms. Dix-Tinson for your after hours support!
On Tuesday night the Griffin boys basketball team moved to 1-0 on the season. They traveled to Swift Creek and won 70-42. The boys played great team basketball on offense and showed a smothering defense throughout the game.
Next game is Wednesday at Nims Middle School at 6 pm. Please come out if you can and cheer on the boys.
Congratulations Griffin Boys' Basketball (70) over Swift Creek (42).
Thank you Coach Lang and Coach Boom for a job well done! The next game will be Wednesday, January 24th at 6:00 p.m. at Nims Middle School.
Welcome to the Next Generation Griffin Middle Information Technology Prep School where academics are enhanced by technology. This is recruiting aeason. Families are invited to visit the campus and learn more about how Griffin Middle can meet the needs of their children...digital natives. Offering industry certification and rigorous course offeringa, this competitive program helps to chart the path is its students for careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics.
Congratulations to Griffin Middle School's Dreamers and doers!
Leon County Schools celebrates 2018 Dreamers & Doers Program... "It's A Family Affair". Griffin Middle School our
Honorees: JaMalachi Willis and Janelle Harris.
We are very proud of our Dreamers and Doers!
On January 9 and January 10, 2018, seventh grade students of Griffin Middle School had the unique opportunity to participate in at The King Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The events are part of this year's festivities commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination. The presentation featured an interactive discussion on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, as well as a guided tour of Dr. King's birth home and Ebenezer Baptist Church. Dr. King grew up in the historic African-American neighborhood of Sweet Auburn, similar to the Frenchtown community of Tallahassee. This trip was funded in part by the Leon County Schools Foundation grant as a part of a project to preserve the history of historic African-American neighborhoods.
Thank you for your support.
There was so much to see and do. As we walked the path that Dr. King walked It stimulates many questions from our students. The most frequently asked question was, “Were you alive during those times?” After answering yes, it left the students with a dazed look, which appeared to question how could a people champion a cause under such adverse conditions. Selah...
The struggle continues...
We have had a full day of activities in Atlanta, GA learning about efforts of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Our souls have been touched by history. We anticipate being home about 10:45 p.m.
This has been a full day of understanding more deeply the cause Dr. King was called to:
Live the Dream, Make a Difference, You Have a Voice
The King Center! A panel discussion of those who knew Dr. King and lived during the Civil Rights movement and lived during the struggle.
50th Anniversary April 4 (1967 - 2017)
Ebenezer Baptist Church! We are listening to one of Dr. King's sermons. This is powerful! Wow...
Breakfast and comfort stop in Macon, Georgia!
This is views of our first trip to The 50th Commerative Anniversary of the Assination and Death of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Follow Griffin Middle School as we catalog our travels through this experience.
- Group 2 of Griffin Middle School's 7th grader students are headed to Day 2 Atlanta, Georgia. The students are alert and excited to experience commerative history. The King Center celebrates the 50th anniversary of the assination and death of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Our students will tour the family home, museum, Ebenezer a Baptist Church, and hear a message from Dr. Bernice King.
This has been a great day learning about Rev. Dr. ML King, Jr. and his influence in changing history through non-violence. Our team is on track for arriving on the Griffin Campus at 10:30. Group two will depart at 4:00 a.m. headed back for day two.
Thank you Mrs. Marshall and Ms. Taylor for the vision now reality. You have really impacted the lives of our students.
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