GHS & GMS career guidance programs recognized as one top in the state. The Grandview School District is proud to announce both Grandview High School and Grandview Middle School have been recognized by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for exemplary career guidance programs. Both schools recently received the OSPI 2016 Career Guidance Award of Excellence. The award is presented to schools OSPI considers to have the best of the best career guidance programs in the state. Career guidance programs are important because students who have these programs in their schools are more likely to graduate from high school with a specific postsecondary plan for their future. Congratulations go out to the teachers, administrators, school counselors and staff members who help make programs like this possible.
Come learn about FAFSAs, grad requirements and more at College Night. The Grandview School District is hosting a College Night on from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at the Grandview YVCC Campus. The event is open to students in eighth through twelfth grades and their parents. Information on FAFSA, graduation requirements, higher education and transcripts will be presented. YVCC and WSU will also present. Participants will also be given a tour of the Grandview YVCC campus. Sessions will be in Spanish only. Childcare will be provided.
Referrals are currently being accepted for the district's Highly Capable Program. The Highly Capable Program is a program that is alive and well at all schools in the Grandview School District. To be considered for the program students must be referred for testing by their parents or a teacher. Referral forms and more information about the program can be found by visiting the Special Programs page. Referral forms are due to the school by Feb. 29.
Kim Casey’s message was simple – we’re in this together. Casey stepped in as Grandview High School principal on Jan. 25, and held two town hall-style parent meetings this week.
On Sunday, Jan. 31, the air was filled with nervous energy, as five Compass High School girls got ready to take on a big task - they were going to take over Jeremy's 1896 Public House in Prosser.