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  • Oct 21 The Live Wax Museum will be presented tomorrow by the 3rd-6th grades from 9am-11:30am. Parents are invited to come and go during this time to see the exhibits!
  • Oct 21 The Live Wax Museum will be presented tomorrow by the 3rd-6th grades from 9am-11:30am. Parents are invited to come and go during this time to see the exhibits!
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Nature Field Trip Fun!

The 3 rd -6 th grade traveled to Amarillo for a field trip September 22nd.  They went to the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center in Amarillo and the Amarillo Zoo.  The students loved the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center where they went on a hike and observed many different trees, shrubs, and animals.  They learned many things.  “Back in the day” people used the yucca plant leaves for ropes and . . .

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4th Grade Engineering Project

Egg Drop!

4 th grade students have been learning about the engineering design process.  It is a decision-making process where science, math, and engineering are applied.  The students were faced with the problem of how to keep an egg from breaking if dropped from 2 meters high.  They had to plan how to keep the egg safe, build a prototype, test it, and discuss how theirs could be improved.  The students had fun testing . . .

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School Calendar Modifications

Make-up Days

Parents, As you are all aware, the students missed six instructional days recently because of illness and staffing shortages at the school. I know you may have questions about possible make-up days, and we want you to be informed as to how that works, and to inform you about any changes that will be  made to the school calendar. Students are required to go to school a minimum of 75,600 minutes each school year. . . .

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Live Wax Museum Update

Update from Mrs. Dennis

Attention all 3rd-6th Grade Parents, Update on Live Wax Museum The Live Wax Museum will now be held on Friday, October 22nd from 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. The students will be given a  display board this week, and their Fine Arts time will be used to complete their projects. If you have any further questions, please contact me at the school. My conference time is 8:30 -9:15 a.m. Sorry for any confusion, and thank you for all . . .

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Grandview-Hopkins ISD Classes Cancelled

I apologize for the late notice on this, but Grandview-Hopkins classes are going to be canceled for the rest of the week because of COVID-19 staffing issues. Once again, there will be no school Tuesday through Friday of this week. We have had an additional staff member test positive for Covid since last Thursday, and two more situations came up late this afternoon dealing with illness and quarantine that will leave us very short . . .

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Grandview-Hopkins ISD Classes Cancelled

Classes will be canceled at Grandview-Hopkins ISD tomorrow, Sept 23, and Friday, September 24 because  of another positive COVID test among the staff, and an increase in other illness among the staff and adults in the building.  Students are also out of school on Monday, the 27th, because of a teacher workday, so the plan is for classes to reconvene on Tuesday, September 28. Fortunately the students are staying well, . . .

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COVID-19 Information

Positive COVID-19 Test

Please be advised that a staff member at the school tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend. The building was sanitized before re-entry, and we will continue to closely monitor staff and students for symptoms and signs of COVID-19. Thank you for your assistance in monitoring the health of your children as we all work to stay safe during this time.

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COVID-19 Information

Positive COVID-19 Test

Please be advised that a staff member at Grandview-Hopkins ISD tested positive for COVID-19, today, September 17, 2021. All staff and students are always closely monitored for symptoms, and we ask you at home to also monitor your children for any signs or symptoms of illness, keep your child at home if they are displaying any symptoms. Thank you, Mr. Hargis 

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Farming From School

This year Mrs. Davis signed her 2nd grade class up for the “Farm from School” program through Texas Farm Bureau.  They will have several opportunities to watch a LIVE lesson from different farmers throughout the state!  Schools from all over Texas are participating.  Today was our first lesson- they got to learn all about pumpkins from a farmer in Floydada!  

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Valuable Information for the New School Year!

School starts Wednesday!  Today and Tuesday from 12:00-3:30 parents and students may come to the school, meet the teachers and drop off school supplies.  School supply list are found under the Student Resources tab on the website.  We have a text messaging system to help keep you informed.  If you did not receive a text message from us Friday please call for assistance in signing up for the text messaging . . .

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