District News

  • Be sure to pick up your FREE Summer Learning Kit

    The Grandview School District, in partnership with Save the Children, is providing FREE Summer Learning Kits for students entering grades K-6. The Summer Learning Kits will be distributed July 7-10, from 2 to 6 p.m. in the Grandview School District Office parking lot by grade level. Below is a schedule of which grades will be distributed on which days: • Tuesday, July 7 - grades 5 & 6 • Wednesday, July 8 - grades 3 & 4 • Thursday, July 9 - grades 1 & 2 • Friday, July 10 - kindergarten The Summer Learning Kits each include 10 books, colored pencils and a Summer Brain Quest book. These are all good resources to ensure students keep learning over the summer.

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  • Reopening Grandview Schools - how we are working together to plan a safe school year

    As a community, a lot has changed since schools were first closed in mid-March. When this began, we were all optimistic that school would soon be back in session and we’d get to close out the school year back in class. But, as we all know, that is not how things happened. Instead, we all came together as a community, showing grace and resilience, as we have continued to work through this global pandemic and all of the challenges it has brought with it. We want to thank our entire community for supporting the district’s move to remote learning as we worked to finish out the school year with everyone’s safety in mind. I know we all felt a sense of relief and accomplishment when the school year officially drew to a close on June 17. But with one challenge behind us, it’s time to gather everything we’ve learned over the past few months and look toward the future. The state of Washington, our state Superintendent Chris Reykdal and Governor Jay Inslee continue to provide school districts with guidance and requirements that pertain specifically to how we will start school in Fall 2020. Click the headline to read more from Superintendent Henry Strom.

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  • Summer Meal Service begins Monday, June 22

    We are excited to announce that our Summer Meal Service will begin on Monday, June 22, and go through August 21. The program will look very similar to the district's Closure Meal Service. The only major change to our Summer Meal Service is that meal service will only be four days a week, instead of five. We will be offering meals Monday through Thursday, doing a two-day distribution on Thursday to cover Friday. This means children will still receive five days worth of breakfast and lunch, it will just be delivered over four days. We will continue to offer meal pickup (Monday through Thursday) from 12 to 1 p.m. at both Arthur H. Smith and McClure Elementary schools. We will also continue to deliver meals by bus, through both our in-town community bus stops and along our rural bus routes. We do want to note that several of our bus routes will likely be condensed so meal drop-off times could vary a bit while we work to find our new normal. We will also continue to offer meals (left overs) for adults. Adults can pick up meals between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, in the district office parking lot. It's first come, first served.

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  • Grandview High School Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation

    This is the place to be to view the Grandview High School Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremony. The video will premiere on the Grandview School District's YouTube channel at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 13. Click the headline to find links to where to view the graduation ceremony, as well as a link to a printable program.

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  • Kindergarten and preschool registration starts now

    The Grandview School District is starting the registration process for students who will be heading into kindergarten and preschool for the 2020-21 school year. Of course, the registration process looks a little different than it has in years past. We are asking families to take a moment and fill out our quick kindergarten and preschool registration surveys. The information gathered through the survey will help us reach out and work on getting registrations completed for each incoming kindergarten and preschool student. More information is available in the survey. Please click the headline to find links to the kindergarten and preschool registration surveys.

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  • District-wide book fair to be open all summer

    Are you running out of books to read in your house? Are your kids looking for new books to grab their attention? Then you're in luck! Harriet Thompson Elementary School is hosting a district-wide virtual Scholastic book fair that will be OPEN ALL SUMMER long! This means you can shop the book fair online. Click headline to find book fair link.

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  • Find all information about Grandview school closure in one place

    The Grandview School District has brought together all of our guidance and information during this school closure in one place. You can now find all closure information under Closure Guidance on the Grandview School District website. You can also get there by going to www.gsd200.org/closure.

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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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