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  • January Book Club!

    The Grandview Middle School Book Club is excited to announce our 2nd 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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  • 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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  • Westonka Teachers Hear from Rigor and Relevance Expert on Workshop Day

    On the Nov. 4 Workshop Day, teachers and administrators at Grandview Middle School and Mound Westonka High School spent time learning from Dr. Bill Daggett, founder and chairman of the International Center for Leadership in Education. The inservice training was partially funded by the Westonka District #277 Foundation to support the district’s goal of effectively preparing ALL students for their future after high school.

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  • Sponsor a Child's School Meals During Westonka Foodies' Angel Fund Drive

    The annual Westonka Foodies Angel Fund Drive begins Monday, Nov. 11, and runs through Dec. 31, 2019. The Angel Fund is used to pay breakfast and lunch meal account charges for students who may otherwise go without meals during the school day.

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  • Holiday Boutique to Benefit Westonka Bands

    The Seventh-Annual Westonka Bands Holiday Boutique will be held Saturday, Nov. 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grandview Middle School. More than 40 vendors will be on hand with a unique array of gifts for your holiday shopping. Holiday music will be provided by Westonka Public Schools band students.

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  • Westonka Hosts MNSHAPE Conference

    Westonka Public Schools hosted the 2019 Minnesota Society of Health and Physical Educators (MNSHAPE) Conference on Oct. 17 and 18, organized by Grandview Middle School PE teacher Pete Westby. The annual event attracted 235 attendees from throughout Minnesota and the neighboring states.

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  • Students Celebrate Unity Day by Wearing Orange

    Students across the district stood up to bullying on Oct. 23 by wearing orange to celebrate Unity Day, a movement designed to bring everyone together to stand against bullying and be united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Each school in the Westonka district conducted activities throughout the month of October aimed at spreading kindness, promoting unity and combating bullying.

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  • DECA Hosts Trick-or-Trot 5K for WeCAN

    Mound Westonka DECA is partnering with Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN) to host a 5K and Fun Run on October 26. This event will take place in and around the MWHS Commons area. Registration and packet pick-up will begin at 8:30 a.m. The 1-Mile Run Fun will begin at 10 a.m., followed immediately by the 5K around 10:15 to 10:30 a.m. Following the race, snacks will be provided to all runners as race and costume winners are announced.

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