2nd grade spent time last month doing research on famous African Americans for black history month. Students researched individuals who have had an impact on our world. Students presented their projects to the class.
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Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Students working on their projects
Our Grand View Cherokee Club competed in the JOM Cherokee Language Bowl last week. Two of our groups proudly brought home 1st place wins! We are so proud of all of our competitors. Wado to Ms. Littledeer and our sponsors: Marissa Hambleton and Kristen Thomas. Pictured by group are: 1. Maxon Leach, Tydyn Allen, EJ Peters, Luke Smith 2. Maggie Rhodes, Grace Thomas, Lucas Asbill, Reed Oxford, Sponsor Kristen Thomas ----- 1st Place 3. Megan Cook, Bradleigh Philips, Natalie Peters, Stella Smith 4. Arianna (Gabby) Green, Winnie Asbill, Chase Cook, Hunter Thomas, Sponsor Kristen Thomas ---- 1st Place 5. Taylee Allen, Henley Green, Kyleigh Green, Lucy Johnson, Breleigh Rowlan Ryan Altaffer, Tavery Martin, Major Leach, Skye Rodwell, Sponsor Marissa Hambleton
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Cherokee Club Members
Cherokee Club Members
Cherokee Club Members
Cherokee Club Members
Cherokee Club Members
Last week our 8th grade class went to the Junior Achievement career fair in Tulsa where they got to get hands-on with various career professionals and tools.
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Students at JA
Students at JA
Students at JA
Students at JA
Students at JA
Students at JA
Students at JA
Students at JA
The Grand View Book Fair begins Monday, March 11 and ends Friday, March 15. The book fair will also be open during Parent/Teachers Conferences on Thursday evening and Friday morning. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/grandviewelementaryschool22
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The pre-enrollment forms for the 2024-2025 school year is due tomorrow, March 1. Students need to bring the completed forms to their homeroom teacher. This paperwork must be turned in for all students. Thank you for helping us prepare for next school year.
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A small group of Grand View academic team members traveled to North Rock Creek in Shawnee on Saturday, February 24, 2024, for the ORES Academic Classic Competition. Students competed in four subjects: Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science, on individually scored multiple-choice tests consisting of 100 questions with 50 minutes to complete each. Twenty schools competed in the competition with six members each. The top six competitors in each subject were awarded medals. Congratulations to Grand View student, Anderson Hatley, for placing in 3 categories! Anderson won 1st place (State Champion) in Social Studies, 2nd place (State Runner-up) in Science, and 5th place in Mathematics. Way to go, Chargers! We are so proud of your dedication and hard work!
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Academic Team Members
Anderson Hatley
Enrollment for Pre-K and new Kindergarten students who will be attending Grand View for the first time in August 2024 will be April 4 from 3:30-6:00 at the new front office. Parents are encouraged to pick up an enrollment packet at the office any time before April 4.
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On Monday, February 26, Grand View students in grades PK - 7th grade will bring home pre-enrollment packets for the 2024-2025 school year. Please complete the packets and have your child/children return the packets to the homeroom teacher by Friday, March 1st. If you have questions about the packets, please contact the Grand View office at 918-456-5131.
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Cookie dough pick up will be tomorrow Thursday, February 22, starting at 3:10 until 5:30 pm. Go through the back gate pick up at the dock and then exit out the west side. Thank you, PTO
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Oklahoma Oil and Natural Gas partnered with Engage Learning to provide 3 weeks of STEM camp for our students. Here 4th grade is working on snap circuits!
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 4th grade is working on snap circuits
 4th grade is working on snap circuits
 4th grade is working on snap circuits
 4th grade is working on snap circuits
 4th grade is working on snap circuits
 4th grade is working on snap circuits
Students from Mrs. Wilson's classroom have been putting their customer service skills to work on most Fridays throughout the school year. Students get the opportunity to develop their social interaction skills and money skills while serving the Grand View staff. We've noticed a great improvement since implementing the Charger Cafe!
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Students pose with Charger Cafe' cart.
Students pose with Charger Cafe' cart.
Grand View School will be in session on Monday, February 19th.
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Our hearts overflowed this week! Dressing in our Valentine's best, making HEARTfelt projects, and pouring out our love of paint in Art Class. We love our Chargers!
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Students on Valentine's Day
Students on Valentine's Day
Students on Valentine's Day
Students on Valentine's Day
pour painting hearts
pour painting hearts
pour painting hearts
pour painting hearts
pour painting hearts
Parents: Grand View homeroom teachers will send home progress reports with students in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade tomorrow, Friday, February 16.
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Fourth grade made Valentine’s Day cards to send to Oklahoma School for the Deaf. Happy Valentine's Day!
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Students making Valentine's.
Students making Valentine's.
Students making Valentine's.
Students making Valentine's.
Students making Valentine's.
Grand View School had its 9th annual Spelling Bee. We had 27 competitors from 1st through 8th grades. Pictured from left to right. Congratulations to: Jocie Presley, 23/24 School Spelling Bee Runner-Up and Reese Kuhns 23/24 School Spelling Bee Winner. Both students will be eligible to compete at regionals in Muskogee, in April. Reese is also eligible to compete at the state level in Tulsa in March.
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Spelling Bee
Winners!
Mrs. Whitmire's class enjoying the snow today!
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Mrs. Whitmire's class enjoying  the snow today!
Gifted and Talented students in Mrs. Gillman’s homeroom read The Outsiders on their own. They created beautiful eggshell sunsets after they finished the book. Pictured from left to right: Reed Oxford, Gracie Thomas, and Ryleigh Velotta.
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Pictured from left to right: Reed Oxford, Gracie Thomas, and Ryleigh Velotta.
Eggshell Sunsets
Eggshell Sunsets
Eggshell Sunsets
Grand View school made quite a statement while attending this year’s Mathematics and Engineering Design Competition held in Muskogee. Aurora Arbaugh, Anderson Hatley, Gracie Thomas, and Brady Taylor entered the balloon powered car competition with two vehicles they had built from the ground up. The construction and testing process took several weeks. Aurora and Anderson placed first in their division while Gracie and Brady were barely edged out of the top three. Mr. Bryant says this is only Grand View’s second year entering the competition and that he is extremely proud of them.
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Students  pose with Mr. Bryant and Dr. Ben with their "cars".
Earlier this week, Cherokee Nation Dental Prevention Program was on campus offering free dental fluoride to all students who brought back a parent consent form. This program is to help protect teeth against tooth decay. Each student that received dental care was given a goody bag filled with dental hygiene care supplies. Thank you Cherokee Nation Health services Dental Program for helping keep our smiles bright!
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Student receives fluoride
Student receives fluoride