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Grandview Announcements

  • 4th to 5th Grade Information Night

    Students and parents are encouraged to attend the 4th to 5th Grade Information Night at Grandview Middle School. We will talk about activities to transition students to middle school, what our schedule looks like and how to select courses. A parent and student will also be on hand to talk about their experiences. Welcome to all current and future Westonka families!

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  • March Book Club!

    The Grandview Middle School Book Club is excited to announce our 3rd quarter book! 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. Book club is a great way for families to connect over literature. Everyone is welcome, so get your hands on a copy of the book and start reading! Click here for more information and to sign up.

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Westonka News

  • Register for the 15th Annual Junior Hawkettes Dance Camp

    Students in grades K-7 are once again invited to participate in the Junior Hawkettes Dance Camp. The camp, which is now in its 15th year, will be held after school Feb. 25-28 in the Mound Westonka High School cafeteria. Participants will learn basic dance technique and three different dance routines from MWHS Hawkettes dance team members.

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  • All-District Band Concert is February 24

    Every student in the Westonka Schools band program will participate in the All-District Band Concert on Sunday, Feb. 24, at Mound Westonka High School. The concert, featuring students from fifth- through 12th-grade, begins at 2 p.m. Prior to the concert, a huge silent auction begins at 12:30 p.m. and will be accompanied by solo and ensemble musicians.

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  • Grandview Students Enjoy Winter Blast

    Students at Grandview Middle School gathered at school on Friday night, Feb. 1, for the Winter Blast. The annual party was open to all students and included a DJ, open gym, dodgeball, volleyball, karaoke, movies and snacks. Students also enjoyed bingo, crafts and a creative photo booth.

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  • ‘A Night with Community Leaders’ NOW CANCELED

    Due to weather and road conditions, "A Night with Community Leaders" is CANCELED for tonight, Thursday, Feb. 7. Westonka Community & Commerce will reschedule this event for a later date.

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  • Brave the Elements at the First Polar Plunge in Mound

    Brave souls from Westonka have accepted that challenge: Minnesota Nice meets Minnesotan Ice! Once again, the Westonka Special Education Advisory Council will be participating in the Special Olympics of Minnesota Polar Plunge as Team Westonka. For the first time this year the Plunge is taking place in Mound, on Jan. 26 at Surfside Park.

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  • Nominations Now Open for 2019 Ann Bremer White Hawks Award

    Nominations will be accepted through Feb. 28 for the 2019 Ann Bremer White Hawks Award. The award recognizes some of the many dedicated volunteers who offer exceptional service to our school community. Any Westonka staff member, parent or community member may nominate candidates for the award.

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