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  • Supply issues could lead to menu changes.

    Grandview School District families - Our Food Service Director Marcia Wagner has been working hard crafting menus and meal planning for our more than 3,500 students. But she is facing a major challenge. She is concerned about the unprecedented issues she's seeing with the supply chain across the country. She is worried that these issues could cause us to have to alter our menus with little to no notice. As a district, we are working closely with our distributors and manufacturers to secure both the food and supply items we need to support our food service program. And while we are going to try to serve the posted menu each day at every school, supply issues could force us to have to make last minute changes and substitutions. So please be aware that changes could happen with little to no notice, but know that we will always work to provide wholesome meals each and every day.

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  • Please return last year's devices

    Attention Families - We need your help! We are still missing laptops, Chromebooks, hotspots and chargers from last school year. If you have any of these items from last year, please return them to your school. It's important that they are returned. We need these devices to distribute to this year's students. Thank you so much for your help.

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  • Cultivating Kindness

    We are excited to announce that we are starting a new program in the district – Cultivating Kindness! Cultivating Kindness aims to recognize employees for the impact they have made through amazing customer service and communication.

    We know our staff is amazing and that we have people who are always willing to go the extra mile for our students and their families. We want to recognize these people and the impact their actions have on our school district and community as a whole.

    Every month – October through May – we will recognize three employees. Employees will be nominated by their peers or people in the community. You can nominiate someone using the Google Form linked below, by clicking the nominiation button in the GSD app or by filling out a physical nominiation form at your school.

    Every month we will accept nominations through the 15th of that month. Then our Cultivating Kindness Committee will go through the nominations and select three people to be honored at the second school board meeting of that month.

    We are excited to launch this new program and hear the stories of how our employees are making an impact on the lives of our families.

    We will present our first Cultivating Kindness Awards during the Oct. 26 school board meeting. We will be accepting nominations for the October award through Friday, Oct. 15.

    Click here to nominate someone who has made a difference.

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  • We would like families to part-take in a short survey regarding the Title I Parent & Family Engagement Policy #4130. This information will help the district improve, develop, and implement Title I Parent Family Events in the schools and district. Please click on the link below to review the Title I PFE Policy No. 4130, https://bit.ly/3gTNIo8 // A GSD le gustaría que las familias participaran en una breve encuesta sobre la póliza de participación de padres y familias del Título I # 4130. Esta información ayudará al distrito a mejorar, desarrollar e implementar eventos de padres y familias del Título I en las escuelas y el distrito. Haga clic en el enlace a continuación para revisar la Política de PFE del Título I No. 4130, https://bit.ly/3gTNIo8

    Click here to take the survey.

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  • Superintendent Henry Strom talks about the no cell phone rule that is in place at both Grandview Middle School and Grandview High School. This is the third year the rule has been in place at GMS and it's new to the high school this year.
    #TogetherGrandviewCan



    https://youtu.be/t1IJyXh7eNU

    Complete Spanish Transcript of the video:
    Hola, soy Henry Strom, superintendente del Distrito Escolar de Grandview y estoy muy emocionado por nuestra reapertura este otoño. Ha sido un placer estar en las aulas y ver a los niños en nuestras aulas en todo el distrito, así como a los maestros enseñando y a los niños disfrutando de la compañía y el aprendizaje de los demás. Estamos entrando en nuestro tercer año sin uso de teléfonos celulares en Grandview Middle School. Y nos pareció una experiencia muy positiva tanto para los profesores como para los alumnos. Con los niños siendo más capaces de concentrarse en el aprendizaje, que es la función principal de las escuelas. Este año les pedimos a nuestros estudiantes de secundaria que se unan a nosotros en este trabajo. Por lo tanto, no habrá teléfonos celulares en los espacios educativos de Grandview High School. Estamos en un nivel 1 a 1 en GHS, lo que significa que cualquier motivo por el que los estudiantes hubieran necesitado sus teléfonos celulares anteriormente, nuestros dispositivos 1 a 1 (computadoras portátiles) pueden realizarlos, como encuestas y tomar fotografías del trabajo del maestro en el tablero. Para cualquier cosa por el estilo, nuestros dispositivos 1 a 1 funcionarán. Si le envía un mensaje de texto a su hijo durante el día, no se moleste si no responde de inmediato porque no debe tener dispositivos abiertos en los espacios de instrucción. Si hay una emergencia, no dude en llamar a la oficina y ellos pueden ayudarlo a comunicarse con su estudiante. Les agradezco el apoyo. Sé que puede ser un inconveniente inicial, pero creo que los beneficios superarán con creces ese pequeño inconveniente. Así que por favor ayúdenos a apoyar esto. Nos preocupamos por el mejor interés de los estudiantes. Muchas gracias.

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  • Be sure you are getting the most up-to-date information from the Grandview School District and our schools. You’re invited to visit the App Store/Play Store and download our 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. We invite everyone to download the app and give it a try. Click here to find the app in the App Store. Click here to find the app in the Play Store.

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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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