October 27, 2016

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Kids learn about past in visit to Thompson House

E ach year local fourth-graders get the opportunity to learn about life before statehood at the Thompson House History Day Camp. Led by local historian Beth Herrington, Grand View students spent their Tuesday making cornbread, washing clothes on washboards, learning to spin a top and playing old parlor games.

October Leaders of the Month

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Grand View School announces October Leaders of the Month
Front row L-R:  Maeli Scrapper, Hayden Davis, Tatianna McDonald, Emmit Fourkiller, Stetson Moore, Anna Wagnon
Middle row L-R:  Brock Mascho, Jasmine Alanis-Cisneros, Abigail Combs, Isaac Wagnon, Addilyn Davidson, Declan Ediger
Back row L-R: Jonathon Rose, Maggie Brewer, Hazel McLane, Zachery Hutson, Danielle Chanate, Jazmine Balderas Leon, Hunter Ford, Principal Steve Gillman 
Not pictured:  Mason Wells
September Leaders of the Month

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Grand View School announces the October Leaders of the Month.  Front Row L-R:  Aaron Sourjohn, Raigan Moore, Jessie Moss, Rylin Spears, Jack Cox, Alivia Cochran, Reed Oxford, Miah McCarter, Vega Lee.  Back Row L-R:  Tyler Samuels, Dakota Hoefer, Lily Bond, Caden Goss, Athena GoingSnake, Cat Thorne, David Cox, Kohl Fain, Natalee Page, and Principal Steve Gillman.  Not pictured:  Audrie Garcia, Cynthia Factor
October 10, 2016

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Grand View School gets grant for Cherokee language

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Grand View School is teaching students about the Cherokee history, culture and language thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The school is one out of 10 to receive the grant that supports Native American and Alaska Native children who are English-learning students, according to a DOE statement.

October 6, 2016

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Grand View plants 10 oak trees

Grand View School's Leadership Class recently fulfilled the first phase in its efforts to improve the playground area by planting 10 oak trees. The mature trees were donated and delivered by Sooner Plant Farm owner, Brian Chojnacki, who also gave the students a lesson about the proper way to plant and care for a tree.