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  • March Book Club

    The Grandview Middle School Book Club is excited to announce our next meeting! If you’ve never checked us out, we’d love to have you. We meet once per quarter to discuss a book, participate in book-related activities, enjoy some snacks, and meet new friends.

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  • Sheridan Story Helps Fight Childhood Hunger

    If your family is in need of a little extra food over the weekend, please consider participating in the Sheridan Story. At the end of every week, volunteers will put a small bag of non-perishable food in your child's locker for the weekend. Volunteers will only be given locker numbers and not the identity of families participating. Students should be able to put food into his/her backpack to carry home easily and discreetly. Each bag of food contains fruit and vegetables and provides nutritious, substantive meals for kids to eat at home. A sample bag from our inventory includes the following items: a can of pears, a bag of rice, a can of green beans, a can of tuna, a bag of pasta, and a can of chicken noodle soup. Only school administration will see the names in order to run locker numbers. If you have any questions, please contact your child's principal, guidance counselor or social worker. THE FIRST DISTRIBUTION WILL AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER. If you have more than one child in the program, please consider signing up each child.

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  • New Children's Playhouse Offers Youth Acting Opportunity

    Westonka Community Theatre is excited to offer a new acting opportunity for youth ages 7-17, who are invited to participate in the first Children’s Playhouse production of “Phantom of the Music Room.” Auditions will be held Monday, Feb. 3, from 3:45 to 6:45 p.m. in the Mound Westonka High School Little Theater.

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  • Schools Host Collection Drives for WeCAN

    Students at every school in the Westonka School District embraced the holiday spirit throughout December by collecting a variety of items for families served by the Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN). Additionally, staff members at the schools and the Educational Service Center also participated in WeCAN's Adopt-A-Family program.

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  • Grandview Sixth-Graders Visit Local History Museum

    Grandview sixth-graders had the opportunity to visit the Westonka History Museum on December 11 and 12. This annual trip is definitely a highlight of sixth-grade, according to social studies teacher Jessica Rashleger.

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  • Kathleen Danielson Named November Winner of Westonka Way Award

    Grandview Middle School educational paraprofessional Kathleen Danielson has been named the November 2019 recipient of the Westonka Way Award. The monthly award celebrates non-licensed Westonka Schools staff members who go above and beyond for families, students and other staff — because that's the Westonka Way!

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  • Westonka Schools Name Teachers of the Year

    Westonka Education Minnesota surprised five Westonka Public Schools educators in November with their respective schools' top teaching award. Congratulations to Westonka’s 2019-2020 building Teachers of the Year: Christie Latterner from Westonka Early Learning, Bobbie Jo Tronsgard from Shirley Hills Primary School, Klair Hans from Hilltop Primary School, Jessica Lunski from Grandview Middle School and Sara Schwartz from Mound Westonka High School.

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  • Grandview Students Attend Math Day at the Minnesota Zoo

    Over 375 Grandview Middle School sixth- and seventh-grade students, along with 30 staff and parent chaperones, discovered how math is applied in the zoo workplace and the world beyond at Math Day at the Minnesota Zoo on Nov. 7.

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