District News

  • Be sure to get your students signed up for SPARK - our summer program with something for everyone

    SPARK – Summer Program for Art, Recreation and Knowledge - is the Grandview School District’s new enhanced summer offering. This year we are looking to offer more than a way for students to continue their academic learning over the summer or catch up on missing credits. Instead, we are taking a whole-child approach – there will, of course be a focus on academics, but there will also be so much more! The program will bring math, English and science together with sports, drama, dance, family and consumer sciences, and other experiences. We want to give students – many who have been in some variation of remote learning for part or most of the school year – a chance to get back to their roots. We want to reignite the excitement that comes with mastering new skills, collaborating with fellow students and just getting out of the house. SPARK will take place at all of our schools this summer. We are giving every kindergarten through 12th grade student the chance to take advantage of this special program! SPARK will run from June 21-July 30, 2021. The full-day program will take place Monday through Thursday. That means students get a three-day weekend every weekend of the program! Of course, we will be following all safety protocols during SPARK. We will continue to require facial coverings and following appropriate cleaning and sanitizing protocols. We are excited to be bringing students together, but we also continue to prioritize student and staff safety. Again, SPARK is open to ALL Grandview School District students. Get ready to ignite your SPARK! Registration is happening now! Click the headline to find registration link.

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  • We are excited to begin welcoming more high school students back to the building

    The Grandview School District is excited to announce that we will be expanding our Small Cohort Learning at Grandview High School. On Tuesday, Feb. 2, the Yakima Health District announced a recommendation allowing high schools in Yakima County to open their buildings for hybrid learning. Of course, working to bring as many of our high school students back as safely possible will take some planning and time. According to the Yakima Health District recommendation, we will need to submit a plan to their agency, have onsite visits from the health district and continue the strict safety measures we already have in place in our elementary and middle schools. With all that in mind, we have decided to begin the work of bringing high school students back into the building by first expanding our Small Cohort Learning. Click the headline to learn more.

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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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