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Mno Grant Uniform


Burgundy, Dark Green, or White collared polo shirts with no logos.  Grant Grizzly shirts or spirit wear is also available.


Black or Khaki (no denim).  Tights for girls must be Black or White.


Blue is not a school color.


Important Dates

May 22-May 25:  College and Career Week at Mno Grant.  On Thursday May 25th, wear your favorite college shirt, a Mno Grant spirit shirt, or your uniform (not a free dress day).


Tuesday, May 23- Lawrence Hall of Science Wizard's Lab returns to Mno Grant, 3:00-5:00 PM.  Students may attend with an adult chaperone.  There is no entry fee for this event.


Friday, May 26 – Non School Day


Monday, May 29 – Holiday, No School


Wednesday, May 31 - 6th grade Fun Run, 1:45-2:45 PM.  $5.00 donation requested;  all students invited.


Friday, June 2-Talent Show, 6:00-7:00 PM in the Multipurpose Room


June 5 – June 8 – Minimum Days, 11:35 dismissal for all students

Wednesday, June 7 – 6th Grade Promotion, 8:45 AM


Thursday, June 8 – Last Day of School, 11:35 AM dismissal for all students

Your Voice Matters

The California School Parent Survey is an opportunity for you to help this school by sharing your opinions about it.  Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them. 


We are interested in your thoughts on this school’s efforts to promote academic success and well-being for every student, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, or other circumstances. 


If you have more than one child at this school, please think about the oldest of these children as you answer the questions.


For link to survey click here.

Online Reading Support

You can use these links to support your child's classroom reading instruction:


RAZ Kids

ConnectED (McGraw Hill)


Username and login information is available by asking your teacher.

Literacy Week

Attendance Matters


Mno Grant Elementary School Students say:


"Attending schooI helps me and my future."

  • Attendance is an important life skill that will help students graduate from college and keep a job.
  • Too many absent students can affect the whole classroom, creating commotion and slowing down instruction.

Antioch Unified School District Important Announcement: Dual Immersion Program

The Antioch Unified School District is conducting a Stakeholder Survey to determine the needs of our community as we begin planning for the implementation of a Dual Language Immersion Program (English/Spanish) to open in the 2017/18 school year (school site to be determined).  Please help us by completing the AUSD Dual Language Immersion Stakeholder Survey.  You can get a copy from your child’s school office.  All surveys are due on Friday, February 3, 2017 to the school office.  We hope that you participate.  Antioch Unified School District values and appreciates your input.  Thank you.


El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Antioch está llevando a cabo una encuesta para las partes interesadas para determinar las necesidades de nuestra comunidad al iniciar la planificación para la implementación de un programa de inmersión bilingüe (inglés/español) para comenzar en el año escolar 2017/18 (la escuela actual está por determinarse).Por favor de completar la encuesta de AUSD Inmersión Bilingüe Encuesta para las partes interesadas.  Puede recibir una copia de la encuesta en la oficina del colegio.  Todas las encuestas se deberán de entregar a la oficina del colegio el día viernes 3 de febrero del 2017.  Esperemos su participación.  El Distrito Escolar Unificado de Antioch valora y aprecia su aportación.

Best of Me Assembly from Kaiser

A Safe and Secure Learning Environment

At Mno Grant Elementary, the staff is committed to providing a safe, secure, and welcoming environment for optimum learning.  All students and staff follow the "Bear Necessities" while at school, and on the way to/from school:  



All gates to the interior of the school will close at 8:30 AM.  Students entering after this time will need to check in at the office, with a parent or note explaining the reason for being tardy, signed by a parent or guardian.  Gates will re-open at dismissal.  Visitors to the campus must sign in at the office and wear a visitor's badge.  


In both parking lots, a loading/unloading zone is designated along the curb.  Drivers must proceed to the head of the yellow zone and stop fully before students exit the vehicle on the curb side or load into the car at dismissal.  Students waiting for rides at dismissal will be supervised at the flag pole (front parking lot) and fire lane (back parking lot) and will be allowed to proceed to their car once their vehicle is at the head of the loading zone.  Vehicles may not park and drivers may not leave their cars in the loading or red zones.  For vehicles with a handicap placard, a blue zone is available in both parking lots and drivers may leave their car and escort students into the school.  Parents who wish to walk their children into school or pick their children up at the classroom door are asked to park their car in designated spots, walk into the school, and escort their own child.  Parents and students may not jaywalk in our parking lots or across Spaulding St. from the school property.  Crosswalks must always be used in these areas during entry and dismissal from school.


Food at school:  the Mno Grant staff promotes healthy guidelines for food at school, for the benefit of our children.  We encourage parents and caregivers to prepare healthy lunches and snacks, and our cafeteria follows criteria for serving healthy food during breakfast and lunch service.   Food may never be shared between students, due to allergies.  For birthdays or other celebrations, we ask that food items such as cakes, cupcakes, cookies, candy, flavored chips and crackers, soda, and high fructose juices do not come to school.  However, teachers will recognize celebrations with small, meaningful momentos, e.g. pencils, erasers, stickers, etc.  Parents are asked to consider donating these types of momentos or books for the classroom, in order to celebrate special occasions at school.



Vision and Mission Statements

Vision:  Mno Grant students will be provided a safe and nurturing learning environment. All students will have access to a comprehensive educational program that promotes individual worth. The Mno Grant Elementary community will focus on treating members of our learning community with respect by demonstrating responsibility for one’s actions and learning. Mno Grant Elementary staff members, parents, and students will work cooperatively to provide an environment free from any forms of harassment.

Mission: Our goal is to educate the whole child to be a lifelong critical thinker and learner. Students will be academically and technologically literate. Students will learn to be effective collaborators and to take responsibility for their actions.  We'll take them from Common Core standards to common sense application.

Contact Information


Janeen ZunigaPrincipal

David Porcel, Vice Principal

Jackie CortezAdministrative Assistant

(925) 779-7465

(925) 779-7466 - FAX

4325 Spaulding Street

Antioch, CA 94531

Office Hours: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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A GREAT BIG THANK YOU for Adopting a Class at Mno Grant Elementary!

These donors are helping to provide supplemental materials, programs, and field trips for our classrooms:


The Cheung Family (to Mrs. Henley's Kindergarten class)


The Cabrera Family (to Mrs. Henley's Kindergarten class)


Ms. Susan Powell (to Mrs. Lucey's 3rd grade class)


Diamondback Cleaning & Restoration (to Mrs. Lucey's 3rd grade class)


The Cabrera Family (to Ms. Blanchard's 3rd grade class)


For more information regarding the Adopt-A-Class Program, click here.



Birthday Book Donations

In lieu of birthday treats on your child's birthday, the Mno Grant Staff encourage you to make a book donation in honor of your child's special day.

Our librarian will order a grade level appropriate book for the library, and a book plate will be inserted with your child's name inside. 

Please click here for further information:

Grant Library Page