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Grandview schools reach out to empower parents - 12/04/18

This winter the Grandview School District is headed out into our community, reaching out to parents and families and working to empower them to get involved in their child's education. 

From December through March, we have a series of five classes planned throughout our community. We'll be meeting people in school buildings, at community locations and anywhere else our community comes together. Each meeting is open to the community and will focus on one or two of the 7 Golden Rules of Empowerment. Every meeting will have a kindergarten through 12th grade focus – we're looking at the big picture – how to empower our families to support each and every student in our community in order to help them be academically successful. We want the Grandview School District to be a place of parent empowerment, where our families are comfortable asking questions and advocating for their students. 

Each of our GSD Parent University classes will build on each other. Everyone is invited to attend each of the classes. All of the classes will focus on grades kindergarten through 12th grade regardless of where the class is being held and which school is sponsoring it. People who have perfect attendance at our GSD Parent University – those who attend all five classes – will receive a certificate of completion, a GSD parent resource toolkit as well as a chance to win prizes. 

Each of our GSD Parent University classes will begin at 6 p.m. and last anywhere from one hour to an hour and a half. Every meeting will include dinner and childcare. To RSVP for the events, please call the phone number for the school hosting the event.

GSD Parent University Schedule:
Golden Rule #1: We must make quality time with the family a priority. (Everyone will receive a parent handbook.) 
Date – Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018 
Location – Harriet Thompson Elementary School, 1105 W. Second St., Grandview
RSVP - (509) 882-8550

Golden Rule #2: Model the behavior you want to see in your children. 
Date – Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019 
Location – Arthur H. Smith Elementary School, 205 Fir St., Grandview
RSVP - (509) 882-8700

Golden Rule #3: We must teach our children time management. 
Golden Rule #4: Our students need to learn how to be organized and responsible. 
Date – Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019 
Location – Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 1201 Missouri St., Grandview
RSVP - (509) 882-8750

Golden Rule #5: Make success at school a priority. Nurturing families. 
Date – Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019 
Location – McClure Elementary School, 811 W. Second St., Grandview
RSVP - (509) 882-7100

Golden Rule #6: Focus on reading and writing. 
Golden Rule #7: Focus on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. 
Date – Thursday, March 14, 2019 
Location – Grandview Middle School, 1401 W. Second St., Grandview
RSVP - (509) 882-8600

GHS holds event to help students apply to college - 12/03/18

Grandview High School seniors are invited to attend Senior College Application Night, from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, in the GHS library. 

There will be several colleges on hand to help students fill out applications and GHS staff members will be there to help answer questions or concerns as you complete your college applications. 

This is a great opportunity to get your college applications filled out and ready to mail.

WSU, CWU, CBC and reps from the Army and National Guard have all confirmed they will be here. The CAMP program representative will also be there. The CAMP program helps students who come from farmworker families.

GHS Drama Club students rehearse for their upcoming production of Robin Hood.
GHS Drama Club students rehearse for their upcoming production of Robin Hood.
GHS Drama Club to stage production of Robin Hood (Photo) - 11/30/18

Grandview High School Drama Club students have been working hard on their upcoming performance - Robin Hood.

The students will be performing Robin Hood at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6, 7 & 8, at Arthur H. Smith Elementary School, 205 Fir St. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students.