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3 months ago, Grand View Schools
Not only did Grand View students have the opportunity to witness the eclipse, but students also participated in a wide variety of learning activities to help understand and appreciate this momentous occasion. What a great week of learning!
3 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Eclipse Day
Yesterday's eclipse watch party was out of this world! More photos to come on the educational activities that surrounded this astronomical occasion.
3 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
A couple of reminders: 1. A meeting is scheduled for tomorrow night, April 9th, at 5:30 in the library. It's intended for parents and students who are interested in the 2025 summer EF tours to Boston and New York City. 2. Grand View Summer School is accepting applications until April 22, 2024, with the program scheduled to run from May 20 to June 20.
3 months ago, Grand View Schools
Grand View Cheer Tryouts are scheduled to commence with clinics on Wednesday, May 1, and Thursday, May 2. These tryouts are open to current 2nd graders and 7th graders. It's imperative that students have their registration for the 2024-2025 school year completed. To ensure all necessary information is communicated, there will be a mandatory parent information meeting held in the Grand View Cafeteria on Monday, April 29, at 5:30 PM, for anyone interested in trying out. If your child is interested, they must submit the tryout packet to either Mrs. Cox or Mrs. Coltrane by Tuesday, April 30. The tryouts themselves are scheduled for Friday, May 3, starting at 3:15 PM. Additionally, it's required that all participating students are enrolled in the after-school program.
3 months ago, Grand View Schools
The Grand View Children’s Cherokee Choir participated in the ONAYLF on April 1 in Norman, OK. They had 7 entries and won two 1st place, two 2nd place and two 3rd place trophies. They also received one honorable mention.
3 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Children's Choir
Trophies
Just a friendly reminder that all solar eclipse permission slips are due Monday morning to homeroom teachers. Please ensure that your permission slip is submitted on time, as phone calls for permission will not be accepted. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. We look forward to experiencing this incredible astronomical event together!
3 months ago, Grand View Schools
Congratulations to the winners of the PTO cookie dough fundraiser! Your hard work and dedication in raising funds for our school are greatly appreciated. A big thank you to everyone who participated and contributed to the success of this event. The winners for the most cookie dough sold are as follows: 1st Place: Charlie Perdue 2nd Place: Lillian Hopper 3rd Place: Laynee Coffield Your efforts have made a significant impact, and we're excited to acknowledge your achievements. Please note that popcorn prizes will be distributed on April 4 during the concession. Additionally, the pizza and ice cream winners will receive their awards on April 10th. Once again, congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to everyone for your support!
3 months ago, Grand View Schools
Four Grand View students placed in the Cherokee County Student Art Show! We are proud to announce that Taytum Crow placed 1st in the 7/8th grade category, and Grand View took home all 3 placements in the 3D art section: Zoey Jacob - 1st place. Jacob Bell - 2nd place. Cannon Andrews - 3rd place. Students were presented medals, ribbons and art supplies during the awards ceremony. Congrats, Chargers!
3 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Taytum Crow
Taytum Crow
Zoey Jacob
Zoey Jacob
Jacob Bell
Jacob Bell
Cannon Andrews
Cannon Andrews
The Cherokee County Student Art Show is having an awards ceremony / viewing TONIGHT from 6pm-7pm. The show will be judged, and awards will be given for each grade category. Grand View has 12 students that were selected to be on display in this show. This is the only time to view the show outside of school hours. The exhibit will also be open from April 3rd-5th from 9am to 2pm. The exhibit is located at the Tahlequah Public School's Performing Arts Center, 591 Pendleton, Tahlequah. The Grand View Students with artwork in the county show are: Tatum Crow Tanner Colburn Zoey Jacob Eliza Stone Isaiah Ruiz Cannon Andrews Dulce Landaverde Gracelynn Walls Miah McCarter Jacob Bell Avalynn Hinds *Photos are two of the 12 entries.
3 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Zoey Jacob
Avalynn Hinds
PTO Meeting Tuesday, April 2, starting at 5:30 in the cafeteria.
3 months ago, Grand View Schools
3rd and 4th grade had a great fieldtrip at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks! Students had the opportunity to pet stingrays, jellyfish, sharks and more!
4 months ago, Mallory Semrow
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
student field trip
Reminders: 1. No after school program tomorrow, Thursday, March 28. Please be patient as there will be a high number of cars in the parent pick up line. 2. Concession is rescheduled to next Thursday, April 4. 3. No school on Friday, March 29.
4 months ago, Grand View Schools
PTO Skate Night, Tuesday, March 26 from 5:30 to 7:30.
4 months ago, Grand View Schools
skate night
The Literacy Fair took place this week. Author Dennis Mathew was our special guest and each student received one of his books that attended.
4 months ago, Grand View Schools
Students
Students
Literacy Fair
Student
Dennis Mathew
Due to the threat of severe weather, parent pickup for 1st-8th grade students will take place in the new parking lot. When exiting the parking lot please turn right (South) to help with the traffic flow.
4 months ago, Grand View Schools
There will be no after school on Thursday, March 14. Parent pickup for 1st-4th grade students without ELC or Middle school siblings will take place in the gravel parking lot. If 1st-4th grade students have ELC or Middle school siblings they will be picked up at their normal location. Parent/Teacher conferences are Thursday, from 4:00-7:00 and Friday morning from 9:00-12:00. School will not be in session from Friday, March 15th to March 22nd. Classes will resume after Spring Break on March 25th.
4 months ago, Grand View Schools
Twenty-two third graders recently had an opportunity to read, "How to Eat Fried Worms" in the Literacy Lab. The students then worked with the literacy lab mentors to create their very own "worm recipes!" We ended our study by comparing and contrasting the 1998 movie with the book, and enjoying yummy, wiggly treats! We are very proud of our creative and hard-working students!
4 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Students pose with book
Students pose with book
Recipes
Recipes
Recipes
Recipes
Last week was Read Across America week which aims to promote reading through events and partnerships among children and teens across the nation! Grand View celebrated by encouraging reading and literacy across all grades. We enjoyed themed dress-up days, like Wacky Wednesday, and had guest readers come and read to our students. Older grades had the opportunity to visit our younger grades and do one-on-one reading with a reading buddy. Each student took home their very own Dr. Seuss book, thanks to the Innovative Approach to Literacy grant! Students who "got caught reading" received fun prizes. What a great week!
4 months ago, Mallory Semrow
Students and their reading buddies.
Free books!
Students and their reading buddies.
Students and their reading buddies.
Students and their reading buddies.
Wacky Hats!
Free books!
Students and their reading buddies.
Students and their reading buddies.
Students and their reading buddies.
The Literacy Fair is Tuesday, March 12th from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in the Grand View gym. Author Dennis Mathew will be speaking and each student attending will receive a book.
4 months ago, Grand View Schools