The Story of Graland School
As dictated by students to Graland's founding Headmistress Georgia Nelson on May 17, 1928
Once upon a time there was a school named Graland School. At first, it was a little school, and it grew and grew bigger every year until the mothers and the fathers decided they would have to build a new school in the country so the children would have more room to play and work in and more sunshine, and a big workshop.
So, one day the children went out to break the ground and help dig a hole for this new school. They went out in cars, and when they got there, they saw the steam shovel take up the dirt, and they dug and they dug in the ground, and the hole is getting deeper and deeper.
The children played in the sand and took off their shoes and had their pictures were taken. Then, they came back to the school, and they hope the new school will be for ready for them in the fall.