Grandview School District

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  • Congratulations to our Girl Individual Wrestling State Champions. Grandview's Viannei Perez brought home the 105lbs title, Marizza Birrueta brought home the 110lbs title, and Desiree Zavala brought home the 140lbs title. The team also secured 14 of 16 pins to earn 87.5 points in Tacoma. They edged out both Mt. Baker and Todd Beamer, who had 87 points each, to become the 2015 Girls' Wrestling Team State Champions. Congratulations to our Lady Hounds! Click here to see a video put together by the Yakima Herald documenting the girls' journey through the state championship tournament.
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  • District using Facebook to connect with students, families and community members. The Grandview School District is going high tech when it comes to communication. The district recently launched it's own Facebook account. The district will be using the account to send out information about everything from upcoming events and announcements to changes in sports schedules and pictures of school happenings. Just click here to visit the district's Facebook page. Make sure to like the page so you'll get regular updates on what's happening in Grandview schools.
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  • Nominations being accepted for district's Highly Capable Program. Beginning in the 2014-2015 school year the Grandview School District began offering a new program targeting students who are performing, or show potential to perform, at significantly advanced academic levels. The Highly Capable Program will be offered at every school in the district for students in grades kindergarten through 12. In order to take part in the program students must first be nominated by parents, teachers, administrators or community members. The application outlines the criteria required to be considered for the highly capable testing. A building team reviews the applications and the CogAT assessment is completed on those students who meet that criteria. Students who score in the 97th percentile or higher will be admitted into the Highly Capable Program the following school year. The district will be accepting nominations for the program through Feb. 27, 2015. Click here for more information about the program and to get a printable copy of the nomination form. The form can also be picked up at the District office. For information and a nomination form in Spanish click here. Teachers who are interested in learning more about the program or the nomination process can click here for more information.
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