Winter weather and Grandview schools. The Grandview School District would like to remind people that winter weather can often affect school schedules. If there is a need for a two-hour delay or a school cancellation due to weather families will receive a phone call from the district as early at 6 a.m. The district also works to quickly get information out to the media - television and radio stations - on any scheduling changes. For more information on the two-hour delay schedule or which television and radio stations the district contacts, please visit the Cancellations & Delays page on the district's website.
Sweater Drive is happening now. It's getting cold outside, which means it's time for the school's annual Sweater Drive. This year the drive is being organized by Gloria Guizar as part of her senior project. People are encouraged to bring new or gently used sweaters to their first period class. The sweaters will donated to the Salvation Army. The deadline to donate sweaters is Monday, Nov. 30. The class who collects the most sweaters will win a doughnut party.
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 Tuesday, 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 Wednesday, Nov. 18. 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.
What's on the lunch menu is a daily topic of conversation in homes throughout the district. Every morning kids want to know what's for lunch.