District News

  • Grandview Middle School families - here's your chance to choose. Form due by Oct. 29

    Families with students who attend Grandview Middle School now have the opportunity to choose. The middle school is currently scheduled to move to hybrid learning on Nov. 16, and families have the choice for their student to engage in hybrid face-to-face learning (2 days at school and 3 days at home) or to continue in full remote learning from home (5 days at home). We want families to keep in mind that full remote learning from home will look different than our current remote learning model. Students will have the same course topics, but they will be receiving instruction from an outside educational partner. Also, students who choose to stay in full remote learning but who wish to come back to in-person learning at some point during the year, may have a schedule change with new teachers and different classes upon their return to Grandview Middle School. This choice form is being provided as an opportunity for you to communicate your choice for your 6th-8th grade student. PLEASE COMPLETE ONE SURVEY PER CHILD. Please fill out this form by Thursday, Oct. 29. Click the headline to find a link to the choice form.

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  • Changes coming in meal service, no meal service on Friday, Oct. 23

    As students transition back to school, our meals are on the move. Beginning on Monday, Oct. 26, ALL Grandview children ages 1-18 are still eligible for 1 breakfast and 1 lunch per day FREE. But our Grandview buses will be busy transporting students, so we are moving to a new way for students to access meals. Students who return to school will eat meals at school, and those who stay remote and other children ages 1-18 in the community can order their meals online. We have a wide range of pick up times and locations to make this as convenient as possible for our families. As we prepare for this new way of offering meal service to our community, we will not be delivering meals on Friday, Oct. 23. Click the headline for a link to more information, and to order your meals for the coming couple of week.

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  • More information available on elementary hybrid start

    The Grandview School District has more information to share with our students, families and community about our return to hybrid learning. Our elementary students whose families elected to begin hybrid learning will head back to the classroom starting on Monday, Oct. 26. We have added a new page to our Reopening website, titled Hybrid Return. There you can find information on sample elementary schedules, school start times and a copy of the district's Safety Plan for Hybrid Learning. Click headline to find link to more hybrid information.

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  • Be sure to check out our informational videos on the transition to hybrid learning

    Be sure to take a few minutes to watch our informational videos on the district's transition to a hybrd learning model. We have messages from our elementary principals, our custodians, our elementary school nurse, our district administrators and our elementary vice principals. The videos address everything from mask usuage to recess to student drop off and dismissal. Click the headline to find a link to our GSD200 YouTube Channel.

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  • New return to school (hybrid) dates announced - Updated Oct. 9, 2020

    In the Grandview School District, we are working diligently to bring scholars back on site. However, in order to best ensure the safety of our scholars, staff and community we have made the difficult decision to push back start of our hybrid-learning model to Monday, Oct. 26. At the elementary level, that means all students in grades prek through five who elected to join our hybrid model will begin classes on Oct. 26. This change also effects our move to hybrid learning for our scholars at Grandview Middle School and Grandview High School, as that the Yakima Health District is requiring a three-week gap between building start dates. This means hybrid learning will begin at Grandview Middle School on Monday, Nov. 16, and at Grandview High School on Monday, Dec. 7. We know that making these shifts is a challenge to everyone and we want to give families as much time as possible to prepare. We also feel this push will help us maximize learning, communicate with families and ensure that all safety measures are in place before scholars come into the buildings. Until then, we will continue to serve our scholars, families and community using the remote learning model we currently have in place. If you have questions, please reach out to the administrators in your building. Thank you.

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  • Tech Help videos now available online

    The Grandview School District is working to create a library of Tech Help Videos. Right now, you can find videos on how to set up a district-provided hotspot, how to navigate Canvas, how to work with Google Classroom and more videos are coming. Be sure to check back as we continue to add videos - we will also be including videos in Spanish. Click headline to find link.

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  • Remote Learning Meal Service Bus Routes have been updated - be sure to double check your delivery time

    Remote Learning Meal Service Bus Routes are now available on the Grandview School District's Reopening website. The list includes information on the bus that will be delivering your meal, the stop location and the approximate time of when the bus will be at your location. Please look through the list and find the stop closest to your home. Click the headline to find a link to the updated routes.

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  • Please take a minute to take part in our GSD Technology Survey

    This Technology Survey is meant to help the district determine what at-home education looks like for our Grandview scholars. Please fill out this survey and let us know whether your student(s) have access to computers and internet service. We will use the data we collect to help us figure out the best way to fill any gaps and provide students with at-home learning that will work for them. Thank you. Click the headline to find the survey link.

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  • New information available on reopening website

    We are happy to announce new information, including remote learning schedules for all of our schools, information on school supply lists for all students and an update on our remote learning meal program. Please be sure to visit our reopening website at www.gsd200.org/reopening to find all of the new information. Click the headline for more information.

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  • School board approves reopening plan - new reopening website launches

    On Tuesday, Aug. 11, our Grandview School Board approved our district's official reopening plan. You can read the plan and learn more about our four-stage reopening process by going to our new reopening website at www.gsd200.org/reopening. That is where all of our reopening policies and plans can be found and will be added.

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  • School district offers app to help families stay in the know

    The Grandview School District has an app. You’re invited to visit the App Store/Play Store and download our brand new Grandview School District app. The app allows you to get push notifications from your child's school, be the first to know about school delays and cancellations, it gives you a direct link to your student's teachers and school calendars are now in the palm of your hand. Click story for more information.

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District Announcements

  • The Grandview School District Board of Directors will hold its regularly scheduled board meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 27, using Zoom. The meeting will be conducted using video conferencing. To join the meeting using your computer, tablet or smartphone click here at 6 p.m. on Tuesday. You can also join the meeting by phone. To join by phone call toll free at 888-475-4499. The webinar ID is 873 5502 8281. Anyone wishing to submit a public comment must submit it in writing before 5:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Click here to submit a public comment.

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  • The Transportation Department recently posted the adjusted bus routes that will be used starting on Monday, Oct. 26, for our elementary schools' return to hybrid learning. Be sure to click here to find the new routes.

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  • The Grandview School District is reaching out to families to help in providing feedback for the district’s annual Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy revision and planning for the 2020-21 school year.

    As a district we are required to meet the following Parent Family Engagement Policy requirements such as:

    • Meet annually to review the PFE Policy.
    • Develop jointly with, agree on, and distribute to parents the parents the Parent Family Engagement Policy.
    • Provide coordination and technical assistance to participating schools in planning effective parent family engagement activities to increase academic achievement.
    • Build school and parent capacity for strong parent family engagement.
    • Coordinate with programs that promote parent family engagement strategies.
    • Conduct with parents an annual evaluation for content and effectiveness and address barriers to greater parental participation.
    • Involve parents in the activities of the schools.

    Please take a few moments to complete the survey. The Grandview School District appreciates your feedback and looks forward to our continued collaboration in support of your students learning and achievement. Click here to take the survey.

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  • Surplus Books. The Grandview School District Board of Directors has declared Textbooks as surplus and have authorized their sale. The books will be available for purchase by public schools, private schools and state agencies in the State of Washington until October 23, 2020. Any remaining books will be available to the public after October 23, 2020. The items will all be sold as is/where is and all sales are final. For a complete list of books please visit our district website at www.gsd200.org/surplus. If you are interested in viewing the items, please contact Tom Wolkenhauer at (509) 882-7146 for an appointment.

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  • Do you & your students want to know what's for lunch? Keep up-to-date with mobile app. Remember, finding out what's for lunch or breakfast throughout the district is as easy as checking your phone. This year the school district has started using Health-e-Living to create and broadcast our menus and a part of that is the My School Menus app. The app is available in the Apple App Store or the Google Play store under My School Menus. The app makes it a snap to find out what's cooking.

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