Grandview School District

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  • Congratulations to Grandview School District's Employees of the Year. The Grandview School District recently announced the recipients of its annual Employees of the Year awards. Every year awards are presented in 11 categories, with nominations coming from employees throughout the district. This year's Employees of the Year are:

    • Administrator - Compass High School Principal Brian Anderson
    • Transportation - Bus driver Vicky Charvet
    • Parapro - McClure's Baudelio Campos Jr. and Smith's Connie Sandberg
    • Food Service - Baker Marcie Morales
    • Secondary Teacher - GHS Business Education teacher Roy Brownlee
    • Secretary - Smith's Christy Rodriguez
    • Certificated Support Staff - School nurse Skitch Stanton
    • Elementary Teacher - McClure's fifth grade teacher Frankie Ochoa
    • Maintenance - Manny Aguilera
    • Community Service - Dale Burgeson

    Congratulations to all of our award recipients. There will be a reception to honor them during the Grandview School Board meeting set to take place at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 16.

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  • GHS Drama Club presents Burgertown. The Grandview High School Drama Club is staging a production of Burgertown: A Musical in Two Acts. The play is based on a book by Ken Jones. Students will be staging the musical on Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30, and on Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7. All shows will be at 7 p.m. at Grandview Middle School. The cost of admission is $6 for adults and $3 for students. The play is rated PG-13.

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  • Extra Mile Student Center offering students outlet for academics and creativity. The Extra Mile Student Center is offering two new spring programs for students in grades seven through 12. Upgrade is an academic support program. Through the program students can get extra help, motivation and incentive to up their grades. To take part in the program, which offers rewards for hard work, students need to sign up at the center. The Extra Mile Student Center is also hosting a Masterpiece Showcase, which will feature artwork, poetry, photography, creative writing and musical performances by students in grades seven through 12. The event will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 6. Students will need to submit their pieces or audition for a live performance by Wednesday, May 4.

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