The Grand View academic team traveled to Hulbert to participate in the ACHIEVE scholastic academic competition on Fri. Nov. 3. Team members competed against others from six schools on individually scored tests in language arts, math, science, social studies, and humanities.
The following team members placed in the top 6:
Bennett Edwards - 3rd inHumanities
Kendall Hatley - 6th in Math
Taryn Russell - 5th in Science
Jaxon Tudor - 3rd in Social Studies
Malachi Vangilder - 2nd in Social Studies
Ava Whittle - 2nd in Science & 3rd in Humanities
Reed Oxford - 3rd in Math & Humanities, 4th in ELA, and 5th in Science
Ryleigh Velotta - 3rd in Science & Humanities
Anderson Hatley - 1st in Humanities, 2nd in ELA, Math, and Social Studies, and 3rd in Science
Reese Kuhns - 1st in ELA & Science, 2nd in Humanities, 3rd in Social Studies, and 5th in Math
Way to go, Chargers! Keep up the fantastic work!
On Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 9:30-11:30 Cherokee Nation will be providing Flu and COVID immunizations. Student were given the papers that must be signed and returned by Tuesday to receive the shots. Cherokee Nation personnel will be set up in the gym during the 9:30-11:30 time period.
Lastly, no school on Friday, for a day of learning for our Grand View staff.
Grand View Parents and Staff,
Phase II of construction is about to begin and it will impact traffic. Mr. Thomas will have instructions regarding procedures in a separate notice. We’ve attempted to do this with the least amount of change for students and parents as possible. Use to following link to read on about our 3 Phase Master Plan for Construction.
The Grand View 3&4 grade basketball teams won their games last night in the Woodall Tournament. Girls 10-6, boys 12-8. They play in the finals next Tuesday at 6:00 and 6:30.
Winners of the Red Ribbon Week poster contest:
1st-Keyla Barraza-5th grade $25
2nd-Vivian Browfield- 5th grade $15
3rd-Kaleb Harris-5th grade $10
Thank you for PTO's support of Red Ribbon Week prizes.
Thank you for a successful Lights On afterschool activity last week.
Congratulations to the Cherokee Bowl winners.
Sixth through eighth grade winners:
Grace Thomas, Lucas Asbill, Heston Reed, Natalie Peters.
First through second grader winners:
Winnie Asbill, Chase Cook, Gabby Green, Hunter Thomas.
1- 2 grades: E.J. Peters, Maxon Leach, Luke Smith, Tydyn Allen.
3-5 grades: Skye Rodwell, Ryan Altaffer, Major Leach, Kyleigh Green, Tavery Martin, Henley Green, Taylee Allen, Lucy Johnson.
6-8th grades: Maggie Rhodes, Megan Cook, Meyah Drywater, Stella Smith.
The 3rd & 4th grade and 5th & 6th grade basketball teams opened their basketball season at Colcord yesterday. The 3rd & 4th grade girls came away with a win and the 3rd & 4th boys lost a close game. The 5th & 6th grade games were both competitive but Grand View came up short against some very good competition.
Grand View Parents;
As Halloween is next Tuesday, please follow these procedures to help us make the day fun and safe for our students.
Students may wear costumes that are school appropriate - no gore, scary masks, or weapons/ accessories that could hurt someone or break.
Halloween party snacks must be store bought and individually wrapped. Some examples are the following:
Packages of cheese or peanut butter crackers
Individual ready to eat popcorn bags
Thank you for your cooperation.
Keys basketball tournament bracket has been released for the 5th-6th grade teams. Games begin on Monday, November 6th.
Woodall Tournament bracket released for the 3rd-4th grade basketball teams. Games begin on Wednesday, November 1st.
1. Book Fair starts Monday, October 23rd and goes all week.
2. Fall Festival is Tuesday, October 24th from 5:30 to 7:30.
3. Red Ribbon week starts Wednesday and ends on October 31st. Visit the following link for all of the dress up days and activities. https://www.grandviewchargers.org/article/1291661
4. On Wednesday, Nov. 1st, Grand View School is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive from 1:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. To schedule an appointment to donate, you can call 1-800-RED CROSS, or log in at RedCrossBlood.org, or call the school and ask for the Health Aide, Whitney Scott.
On Wednesday, Nov. 1st, Grand View School is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive from 1:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. To schedule an appointment to donate, you can call 1-800-RED CROSS, or log in at RedCrossBlood.org, or call the school and ask for the Health Aide, Whitney Scott.
Vote for Grand View artists!
Grand View middle school art students are entered in the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Upcycled Art Competition. For the last month, four classes have worked tirelessly to create art exclusively out of trash, while learning about environmental impact and solutions for waste. They are now entered in a state-wide competition and they need your votes to help them win! The upcycled art with the most votes makes it into the finalists. You can vote for your favorite Grand View art entry using any internet-accessible device using the link below. You can vote once from each device every day. Voting closes on Friday. It only takes two clicks to vote and is totally free! Thank you for helping our art students and please share the message. Go Chargers!
Parents, if you would like to donate items to your child’s basket for the PTO Fall Festival, please send the items to the teacher by Oct. 18th. Thank you for your support.
ORES football playoff bracket...Grand View vs. South Rock Creek, @ Rocky Mountain, Tuesday, October 17th at 6:00 pm.
Softball and football pictures have been rescheduled for Tuesday, October 17th, due to this morning's weather.
1. Picture day is tomorrow, Friday, October 12th. Eighth grade pictures will be in December.
2. There is no after school program Wednesday, October 18th. Fall break begins Thursday & Friday, October 19-20.
3. PTO Fall Festival and Silent Basket Auction will be held October 24, 2023 5:30pm-7:30pm in the Grand View Gym. There will be concession, games and other activities. Hope to see you and your family for an evening of fun.
Parents of Grand View Students;
Reminder - when checking out students from school, please arrive at the office no later than 2:45 which gives the office staff time to locate and check out students. If you are later than 2:45, you will need to wait in the parent pickup line and pick up your student when school is dismissed. In addition, all after school changes need to be called in before 2:30. Thank you for helping us keep students safe.