School News

  • Site Council meeting Feb. 28

    Grandview High School parents are invited to attend the latest GHS Site Council meeting. Site Council gives parents a chance to help guide the high school when it comes to policies, events and issues. The next meeting is set for Thursday, Feb. 28, at 2:25 P.M.

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  • GHS CTE students get to hear from professionals like them

    Grandview High School Career & Technical Education (CTE) students recently had a chance to talk to professionals who were at one point just like them. The GHS CTE program organized the event – Celebrating Diversity in the Professional Community – to bring in presenters who are from the Yakima Valley to speak to students about how they got their education and started their professional careers. It was a chance for students to talk to people who have been in their shoes. Click headline to read more.

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  • Be sure you're prepared for inclement weather, including knowing about cancellation and delay procedures

    December is almost here, which means winter weather is on the way. ❄️❄️❄️ Be sure you're prepared for winter weather, as well as possible school delays and cancellations. Visit our website at www.gsd200.org/delays for information. Click headline to find link.

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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. The app also gives parents, employees and community members a place to go find information on our GHS and GMS sports, our GHS construction project and so much more. We invite everyone to download the app and give it a try. Click story for more information.

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School Announcements

  • Girls Basketball Boosters is selling District Championship T-shirts! Own a piece of Grandview basketball history – get your Girls District Championship T-shirts Friday, 
    Feb. 22, at lunch time or on Saturday, Feb. 23, before the big game at Davis High School. $20 gets you this limited edition T-shirt. Purchase your t-shirt soon before they are all gone. Go Hounds!

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  • After being crowned District Champions, our Grandview girls basketball team is on its way to the Regional tournament! Our girls will play Black Hills at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Davis High School. Be sure to come out and cheer on our Lady Hounds! A win here would cement our girls spot at State. GHS is sending a rooters bus to the tournament. The bus will load at 11:45 a.m. at Grandview High School and leave at noon. This an easy way to cheer on our girls! And FYI - Saturday will be a day of Valley basketball at Davis. The Sunnyside girls are set to play before us at noon and the Zillah girls will play after us at 4 p.m. Follow this link to see the tournament bracket. http://wiaa.com/ardisplay.aspx?ID=1817
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  • Two GHS wrestlers placed at the State wrestling tournament at the Tacoma Dome this past weekend - CONGRATULATIONS to Jesus Sanchez and Mollee Weddle! Jesus Sanchez placed 7th and Mollee Weddle placed 6th at the Mat Classic! Congratulations! We're so proud of you! 

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  • The 7th Annual DECA Crab Feed is this Saturday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. in the GHS cafeteria. Come out and have some delicious, fresh Dungeness crab. The menu includes all-you-can eat pre-cracked crab, baked ham (for those who aren’t crab lovers), salad and garlic bread. There will also be melted butter available. Feel free to bring your own crackers or any other tools to enjoy your meal. Tickets are sold at the door, but are first-come, first-serve. Adults are $35 and children (ages 8 and under) are $15. All proceeds from the Crab Feed go to support the GHS DECA Program and the students attending the upcoming State Competition. 

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  • Feburary scholarship information is ready. The Grandview High School Counseling Department recently published its February Scholarships Bulletin. Be sure to check it out at www.gsd200.org/scholarships.

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  • Yakima Valley College is hosting FAFSA/WASFA workshops this winter to help students complete either the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or the WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid). These events are open to the community and there are three workshops slated to take place on the Grandview campus. This a great opportunity to have questions answered and get help filling out these forms. The workshops are set to take place from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 31, Feb. 28 and March 7, in the main building at the Grandview YVC campus, building 56, room 123. For more information contact YVC at (509) 574-4701.

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  • Do you need GHS gear? This is the place to get it. Our ASB officers are hosting an ASB General Fund fundraiser in partnership with Jostens. Together they are offering customizable Grandview High School gear - everything from tanks tops and t-shirts to duffel bags and baseball hats. Click here to order your Greyhound gear. A certain percentage of every sale will be donated back to the ASB General Fund.

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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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  • District moves to electronic athletics registration. The Grandview School District is excited to announce it is bringing an electronic athletic registration process on board. At both the high school and middle school level, student athletes will now complete their sports registrations online, using Family ID. This will mean students who play multiple sports won't have to register every season. The system allows students and families to input their information once, while making it easy to update information and keep track of students. Click here for more information on how to register using Family ID. You can find a link to the Family ID site on both the high school and middle school homepages, as well as on the Atheletics pages for both schools.

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