Motto: Growing Exceptional Students

Vision Statement:  Grandview Elementary School pairs a rigorous standards-based curriculum with a supportive learning environment which encourages all students to achieve their full potential.




TCAP Proctors Needed

Proctors assist the test administrators during testing and make sure that a secure test environment is maintained.  No experience is necessary to be a proctor.  Proctors should arrive around 8:15 and leave around 11:00. A light breakfast, snacks, and drinks will be provided. 

 Volunteers are needed April 30, May 1, 2, and 5th.

If you are able to volunteer please contact the school.



Grandview Elementary School holds Tournament of Books

Grandview had two separate book tournaments going on during the month of March. One was Pre-k to 3 grade and the other was 4-8 grades. Both tournaments began with 16 books. Each week classes voted on a competing sets of books. Winners were taken at the end of the each week and advanced to the next round. Books went from Sweet Sixteen to Elite Eight to Final Four and then to Championship. 

An assembly was held on Friday, March 28 in the gym to announce the winners of the competition. David Crockett Pioneer Boy’s Varsity Basketball team was invited to unveil the winning books. Coach Good introduced the boys and talked about how students have to work hard in sports as well as in the classroom to get where they want to be. The varsity boys split into a blue team and a gold team and had a half court shootout. The blue team won the shoot out 2-0. The blue team unveiled thewinners. 

Hunger Games and Hatchet were the final books in the 4-8 grade final.  Hunger Games was the unanimous winner! Pete the Cat and The Mouse on The Motorcycle were the final books in the Pre-k to 3 grade final. Pete the Catwas the battled out favorite as it went down to the last class vote. Following the assembly, the DCHS boys went to the pre-k to 2 grade classes and read a story to the class.




Grandview Builders Club will be holding a Craft & Yard Sale

When: May 3, 2014 from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm.

Where: Grandview Parking Lot

Cost: $10.00 for the first spot, $5.00 after that with a limit of three spots.

First come, first serve. Rain or shine - no refunds

If you would like to set up, please email neels@wcde.org or call Grandview Elementary School and speak with Sarah Vander Galien.

Literacy Luau

When: April 25th from 6:00 -7:00 PM

Where: Grandview Gym 

This year we will be offering different stations for the kids to attend. Teachers from the different grade levels will be presenting short presentations to parents of that grade level. We will have fun family activities: Flip Flop Book Walk, Making Kinetic Sand, refreshements, door prizes and much more!

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For more information click on the Kindergarten Registration name.