Eighth Grade Recognition set for June 9. The 8th Grade Recognition ceremony will be held in the Grandview Middle School gym at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 9. On Friday, May 6, students will be bringing home information on the qualifications to attend the ceremony, student dress code, as well as other important information. Please contact Patti Veach at 882-8633 if you have any questions.
Seventh grade girls' basketball B team earns sportsmanship award. Congratulations to our Grandview Middle School seventh grade girls' basketball B team for being awarded the Mid-Valley League Team Sportsmanship Award. Coaches Medina and Penwell would like to express how proud they are of each and every one of you girls for displaying the kind of behavior they encourage on a daily basis. Each of the girls not only showed great sportsmanship and positive attitude every day at practices, but they also showed great attitude and good sportsmanship on the court during competitions. The team is definitely a well deserving group for this awesome award and the coaches couldn't be more proud. Thank you for setting a positive example for all other athletes. Please take a moment to congratulate these girls for a job well done. Way to represent Grandview Middle School and the Grandview School District. Congratulations to team members Ashely Avalos, Amber Herrera, Elizabet Mendoza, April Cadengo, Stefani Macias, Eileen Roman, Esmeralda Carrillo, Leilani Madera, Maricia Hernandez and Christal Mata.
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.
For Nashville’s Jonathon Kingham bringing music to schools is a mission. Over the years he’s spent time playing and working with students at schools everywhere from Montana to Tennesse.
Grandview Middle School staff and teachers recently announced the school's March Students of the Month.