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Grandview School District

District Announcements

  • RFQ Architectural Services. Grandview School District #200 will receive sealed proposals for Architectural Services for Grandview Facilities Improvement Project for the 2016-2017 school year from qualified vendors. A pre-submission meeting will be held Wednesday June 1, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. Please review the detailed RFQ.

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  • School board is accepting applications. The Grandview School Board is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the board. On Monday, May 16, Paul Jepson retired from the board after serving as a member for nearly a decade. Applicants for the position must be U.S. citizens and registered to vote within the boundaries of Director District 5. Those who would like to apply to fill the vacancy are asked to submit a letter of interest to: Grandview School District, 913 W. Second St., Grandview, WA 98930. The successful candidate will serve until the next regularly scheduled board election at which time the appointee would run for election. Anyone who would like additional information or a map of Director District 5 are asked to call 882-8500.

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  • Making it easy to find out how Grandview schools are doing. OSPI has recently released 2014-15 data on all of the state's school districts. Click here to find information about the Grandview School District's state assessment data, accountability data, teacher and student demographics, graduation rates and enrollment data, along with other important information. Click here to see a copy of the district's mission and theory of action, as well as information about the district's improvement status.

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District News

  • District celebrates Employees of the Year

    Every year the Grandview School District takes a moment to recognize and honor the people who make the district great – its employees. Monday night, May 16, the Grandview School Board, with the help of district staff and administrators, honored the district’s 12 Employees of the Year. The honorees were nominated by their peers.

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  • A year of musical assemblies leaves students energized

    Just the other day, the windows of the Compass High School gym were wide open, letting the classic Stevie Wonder song Uptight blast out over the the playground as the students at McClure Elementary School kicked around the soccer ball at recess.

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