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Sign up for Grand Vista - new district e-newsletter. The Grandview School District is getting ready to send its new e-newsletter - the Grand Vista - out to families, staff and community members. The newsletter will go out every other Wednesday. The newsletter is a chance to see all of the amazing things happening throughout the Grandview School District. It also features reminders of upcoming events. We want to make sure everyone in our community has the latest news. We're asking anyone who is interested in receiving the Grand Vista to sign up here. Signing up is an easy way to make sure you're on the list and in the know. Get signed up now to ensure the Grand Vista comes to your inbox every other Wednesday. The next edition comes out Aug. 31.
Stay connected and receive district news on your phone. It's now easier than ever to stay connected and learn the latest about what is happening in the Grandview School District. All you have to do is text the words Follow TheGSD200 to 40404. Doing this will connect you to the Grandview School District's Twitter account, meaning any time the district sends out a tweet you'll receive that tweet as a text message to your phone. You don't have to be a member of Twitter to take advantage of this feature. All you need is a cell phone capable of sending and receiving text messages. We hope you'll use this new and easy way to stay connected to your schools. And, if you think it gets too much just text the word STOP to 40404 and the texts will stop coming.
Don’t be surprised if your child starts pointing out dragon fruit and rambutan the next time you go to the grocery store.
Grandview School District’s mantra this year is Living the Dream, and we wanted to find a way to share that dream with the community. This past spring, students in Brad Charvet’s multi-media class at Grandview High School, worked with Cody Beebe’s Digital Vendetta Productions to find a way to capture that dream and make it visible to everyone.
When Grandview’s high school 21st Century advisor decided he didn’t want to stick with a traditional classroom setting for the program’s summer session he wasn’t joking. Gone were the desks and whiteboards, and in their place were mountains, beaches and lakes.
History lines the walls of the newly redecorated Grandview High School library. Above one wall of book shelves hangs more than a dozen old letterman jackets, one dating back to 1943. Another wall is lined with yearbooks ranging from five to more than 70 years old. The walls of the entryway have been wallpapered in old issues of the Grandview Herald. The library exudes Greyhound spirit.
The Grandview School District is looking at one of its largest hiring classes in recent memory. Since January, including new hires and people changing positions, the district has posted and hired for 62 positions.
Henry Strom was looking for a new challenge when he applied for the job as the superintendent of Grandview schools. He had spent his entire career in education at the Mt. Adams School District. He knew the ins and outs. He was looking for a place he could stretch his wings and put to use some of the important lessons he had learned.