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Grandview High School

School Announcements

  • Congrats to our students athletes headed to State. Congratulations and good luck to our three student athletes who qualifed for State in track and golf. Gunner Chronis and Eric Medina will compete in the WIAA Track State Championships at Tahoma High School in Tacoma on May 26-28. Gunner won the Regional Championship in the triple jump and the long jump. He also qualifed in the high jump. Medina placed fourth and qualifed for State in the 100-meter dash. Teagan Parrish is playing in the WIAA 2A Girls' Golf State Championships being held at Columbia Point Golf Course in Richland on May 24 and 25. Go Hounds!

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  • Senior Banquet to take place on Tuesday, May 31. The 2016 Senior Banquet will be Tuesday, May 31, at Grandview High School. The cost will be $14 for one parent or $24 for two parents. Student dinners are free with the purchase of a parent dinner ticket. 

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  • 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.

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  • Congrats on a great soccer season. Congratulations to our Grandview Boys' Soccer team, who finished the season as District Champions. Go Hounds!

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  • Track team has amazing season. This year’s 2016 all-league track nominees are Gunner Chronis, first team in the horizontal jumps and vertical jumps. Ricky Abarca was named second team in hortizontal jumps. For sprints, Eric Medina received honorable mention. Our track girls received the Academic Track Team Award for having a team grade point average of 3.50. District Champions are Ricky Abarca in the long jump and Gunner Chronis in the triple jump. Chronis also took fourth in the long jump and third in the high jump. Eric Medina took second in the 100 and sixth in the 200-meter race. Sergio Gomez took sixth in the 800-meter race. Our boys 4x100 relay took third - Ricky Abarca, Christian Gomez, Sergio Gomez and Eric Medina. For the girls, Ayisha Guillen took third in the 100-meter and Vanessa Caballero took fourth in the discus. Congratulations!

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  • GHS FFA places 8th at State. Congratulations to Grandview High School's FFA Veterinary Science Team, who placed eighth at state. The students competed against more than 50 of the top teams from across the state in a two-day competition held at WSU. Team members included Samantha Bailes, Kassidy Hurst, Miranda Roberson and Victoria Mendoza. Congratulations!

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School News

  • Bass clarinet players recognized during band competition

    Grandview High School's concert band recently received some accolades, thanks to its four-member bass clarinet section. Evan Garcia, Westly Lakins, Caitlin McGhan and Haileigh Stanton were each presented with Outstanding Musicianship Awards for their performance during the recent Jazz Unlimited Music Competition held at Columbia Basin College in Pasco.

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  • Greyhound Country - Graduation parking...plan ahead

    It is time to start planning your graduation festivities. This is an exciting time - one we are excited for each year and work very hard to make enjoyable for all. We are excited to welcome you to our newly remodeled stadium. With the new stadium there are a few changes everyone should be aware of.

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  • A year of musical assemblies leaves students energized

    Just the other day, the windows of the Compass High School gym were wide open, letting the classic Stevie Wonder song Uptight blast out over the the playground as the students at McClure Elementary School kicked around the soccer ball at recess.

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