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An American Christmas

Our Christmas program this year was an "All American Christmas"

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Grandview-Hopkins News

Parents and Friends, Now that the Christmas holidays are almost here, and the end of the first semester is rapidly approaching, I wanted to provide an update and some information to you about what is going on at the school. First of all, thank you for all of your support during what has been a very different year for all of us. Thankfully we have been able to keep the school open and have face-to-face classes up to this point. . . .

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3rd & 4th Learn About Skeletal System

Mrs. Bolz 3rd and 4th grade classes are having fun learning about the skeletal system.  Karleigh Roberts stated that there are 206 bones in the human body.  Please click on the slide show to see their creations!

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Notes from Mr. Hargis

Grandview-Hopkins Family, The school year is up and running, and it is hard to believe we are well into October, and part way through the second six weeks already! It has been an unusual start to the school year for all of us, but the school year is off to a good start at Grandview-Hopkins. It has been so good to have the students back in the building, and to see them learning and enjoying being together. There have been some . . .

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Century Club Starting the Year With a Bang!

Friday, September 18, 2020, Easton Willis blasted the record book by reaching the Century Club goal of 100 Accelerated Reader points earlier than any student in the history of the Grandview-Hopkins Century Club!  Emily Corbitt was close at his heels and reached the 100 point goal today, Tuesday, September 22, 2020.  We are very proud of our students and their reading achievements.  

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Behind Our Masks Art Project

It has been great being back together again this new school year! I for one have missed these kids and their faces. This school year looks different with some of the new guidelines in place, and we look a little different too. Wearing masks has become part of our daily life. For our first art lesson in second through sixth grade, I wanted to focus on the kind of person they are behind their masks. Because underneath, they’re . . .

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