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GHS Drama Club presents A Night of Josh - works written by Josh Verduzco Gonzalez. GHS senior Josh Verduzco Gonzalez has been writing novellas, screenplays and short stories since he was around 12 years old, and on Saturday the community is invited to a showcase of some of his most recent works. At 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Extra Mile Student Center the GHS Drama Club is staging A Night of Josh. The production will include five pieces written and directed by Gonzalez. There will be two monologues, two one-act plays and the first act of a two-act play.
Annual Downtown Grandview Haunted House happening this weekend. Grandview DECA is proud to announce that it's time for the annual Downtown Grandview Haunted House, sponsored by Bleyhl’s Farm Service and the Grandview Chamber of Commerce. The haunted house, located in the 100 block of Division Street in downtown Grandview, will be this weekend on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 5 to 11 p.m. and on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 5 to 8 p.m. The cost is $5 per adult and $3 for children 10 and under. The students have done a great job preparing for this year's event. Come down and help support the DECA program. The top floor of the haunted house will be kept PG-13, while the basement will redefine your definition of scary. We hope to see you there!
Bring canned food to Friday football game in Wapato. On Friday, our football team will take on the Wapato Wolves in Wapato. That night, Wapato High School is hosting a We Scare Hunger Night. Instead of paying to get into the game, people are being asked to bring cans of food. Adult admission will be three cans of food and students will be two cans of food. Bring canned food and get into the game for free.
Youth Drop-In Program going strong this year. It's not too late to sign up. Area youth, ages six to 18 are invited to attend Grandview's Youth Drop-In Program at the Grandview Community Center, 812 Wallace Way. The program is held Monday through Thursday from 2:30 to 5 p.m. During the program participants can use both the gym and game room for a variety of fun activities. The program fee is $10 per person, per year for city residents and $20 per person, per year for non-city residents. There is a registration form for the program, which requires a parent signature and can be picked up at the Grandview Parks and Recreation office, located at the Grandview Community Center. For more information please contact the Mike Carpenter at 882-9219.
Senior yearbook information - several don't miss deadlines. Grandview High School's yearbook staff is already busy working on this year's book, meaning deadlines have been set for submitting materials. Seniors have several deadlines to keep in mind. The deadline to submit your senior picture for the yearbook is Thursday, Dec. 1. Pictures need to be submitted through the website YearbookForever.com. Click here for more information on picture specs and how to submit your picture. The yearbook is also accepting senior recognition ads this year, the deadline to get these submitted is also Thursday, Dec. 1. Parents, families and friends who are interested in buying one of these ads can click here for more information. For questions regarding anything having to do with the yearbook contact Advisor Brad Charvet.
District moves to electronic athletics registration. The Grandview School District is excited to announce it is bringing an electronic athletic registration process on board. At both the high school and middle school level, student athletes will now complete their sports registrations online, using Family ID. This will mean students who play multiple sports won't have to register every season. The system allows students and families to input their information once, while making it easy to update information and keep track of students. Click here for more information on how to register using Family ID. You can find a link to the Family ID site on both the high school and middle school homepages, as well as on the Atheletics pages for both schools.
For Grandview High School senior Josh Verduzco Gonzalez writing isn’t something he does – it’s a part of who he is. Gonzalez has been writing novellas, screenplays and short stories since he was around 12 years old, and on Saturday the community is invited to a showcase of some of his most recent works.
7:00 PM GHS Varsity Football at Wapato
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Migrant Family Engagement Symposium at CHS
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM DECA Haunted House
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM DECA Haunted House
5:00 PM GHS C-Squad Football at Wapato