No school on Friday. There will be no school on Friday, Oct. 9, due to a teacher inservice.
Youth Drop-In Program an option for Grandview students. The Grandview Parks and Recreation Department continues to offer its Youth Drop-In Program at the Grandview Community Center, located at 812 Wallace Way. The program is open to students ages 6 to 18. It offers students a place to go after school where they can take part in the supervised open gym program, enjoy the game room, play table games and have a chance to tackle homework. The program runs from 2:30 to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday. The cost to take part is $10 for the year for city residents and $20 a year for those who live outside of city limits. For more information contact the Grandview Parks and Recreation Department at 882-9219.
The district is looking for substitute teachers. The Grandview School District is looking for substitute teachers for the 2015-16 school year. To qualify, a person must have an Associate's degree and be interested in being in the classroom. The district's pays $126 a day for substitutes. Click here to begin your FastTrack application. Once on FastTrack, click on Search Current Job Openings then select Substitute and click Apply for Selected Position to get started. The process, which goes through the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, can take four to six weeks. So please get your application process started now. Once approved substitutes can state their preferences when it comes to working with particular grades and schools.
It’s been nearly six weeks since a fire ripped through Grandview’s Extra Mile Student Center, leaving students wondering what to do after school and owners Gene and Kathy Iwami trying to figure out what to do next.
The Grandview School District will soon have another 21st Century afterschool program in its midst thanks to a grant received from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) through a partnership with the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic.
Every Friday is a frenzy at Grandview Middle School. Friday afternoons, right after the bell rings, anywhere from 40 to 120 students flood the school’s gym and computer lab looking for a place to hang out, blow off some steam and talk to their friends.