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Grandview News October 2016

Grandview Greatness!

The staff, parents, and community of Grandview Elementary School work together in a safe environment to nurture each student’s educational, social, and physical development enabling the student to reach his/her highest potential and become a lifelong learner

Literacy Night! Welcome to the Jungle; We are WILD about READING!

November 10, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 P.M. Silly Safari show starts in the gym at 6:00! Hot dogs, chips, and drinks on the house!

Parent/Teacher conferences

Parent / Teacher conferences are continuing. The teachers have been working hard to get to know your children and look forward to sharing with you soon! Our goal is to meet with parents of every child

It's a Masquerade Party!

The PTO is sponsoring Masquerade parties on Thursday, October 27, 2016. K-3 will have their party in the gym from 5:00-6:15. 4th, 5th, and 6th graders will have their party from 6:30-7:45. Music, refreshments, picture booth, crafts, etc. A spook-tacular event! $2.00 per student.
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Speaking of PTO...

Here are the awesome PTO officers for 2016-17. Pictured above are: Kristen Roberts, Vice President; Christy Redd, Treasurer; Janice Brummett, Secretary; Jennifer Houston, President!

Veteran's Day Program

Wednesday, Nov. 9th, 9:30am

Grandview Gymnasium

5th and 6th Graders perform!

From Mrs. Hubbard's Cupboard...

Hello, Everyone! I am SO excited to be your new principal and believe that I have the BEST job ever. Thank you for allowing me to get to know your children. They are amazing! I appreciate your patience as I get to know the community, all of you, and your delightful children. The safety of the students has been my number one priority, so please remember that drop off and pick-up are on Grand Avenue. Students should not be crossing the staff parking lot or the bus area unless accompanied by an adult. Thank you for your cooperation, and If I haven't had the pleasure of meeting you yet, please introduce yourself as soon as you are able!

Is your child part of a "triangle"?

We hope so! It is so important to us to be partners in your child's education because students succeed the most when parents and teachers work together! Here are some websites that you might find helpful.


Red Ribbon Week 2016

Dress-Up Days!

(October 24 to October 28 – the week after Fall Break!!!)

 Monday: We Stand United Against Drugs

o Wear patriotic clothing

 Tuesday: Don’t Get Tied Down With Drugs

o Wear a tie or tie-dye

 Wednesday: Team Up Against Drugs

o Wear sports/team shirts

 Thursday: I’m Too Bright for Drugs

o Wear bright or neon colors

 Friday: Grandview is Drug Free

o Wear school spirit clothing