Kids Heart Challenge

Tuesday, February 11th was the kickoff for the Kids heart challenge formerly known as Jump Rope for heart. The purpose of this program is to raise money to support children with heart conditions and improve research and treatment options. From Read more

Kansas Day

On January 29th, the state of Kansas celebrated its 159th birthday! The students and staff at Grandview Elementary celebrated with a presentation from Milford Nature Center. During the presentation students learned about the many different symbols that represent the state Read more

We Do Legos

Grandview Elementary received 12 I-Pads and 12 We Do Lego kits through a Military grant. The students and staff have had so much fun exploring, building and coding the Legos. Student’s have had the opportunity to explore the kits and Read more

December/January Newsletter

Holiday Greetings,            It’s the most wonderful time of the year! December seems to bring out the best in everyone. It seems people are more patient, they smile more, they are kinder to each other and to strangers. December and Read more

Thanksgiving Luncheon

Grandview hosted their annual Thanksgiving Luncheon on Wednesday, November 20th. The gym was beautifully decorated in fall decor to help lift spirits. Students, parents and staff were able to enjoy conversation, laughter and best of all a turkey lunch together. Read more

November Newsletter

Dear Parents,  As always the year is flying by. I hope you feel your child is having a successful year so far. If there is anything we can do to make it better, please let me know. One of the Read more

September Newsletter

Dear Parents, Welcome back to another school year. We look forward to the time we get to spend with your children every day. We know you send us your best and we will do our best by them. We have Read more

May Newsletter

Grandview Gator News 109 E. Grandview Dr. W e ’ r e o n t h e W e b ! MAY 2019 Dear Parents, Thank you for yet another opportunity to spend nine months with your children. Each Read more