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2020-2021 School Information

We are committed to keeping our families, staff, students, and community members informed. 
Our reopen plan web page serves as a hub for updates related to the reopening of our schools and 2020-2021 school year information. Here, you will find information on potential school schedule changes, cleaning protocols in our buildings, health and safety measures, meal service procedures, and how we provide students with access to technology. It also includes information on athletics and activities, along with answers to frequently asked questions.

The situation surrounding COVID-19 is evolving with time. We will regularly update this page as our plans continue to take shape. We encourage you to keep checking back for the latest information.
Please click here to read our latest updates to our WeAreOpenGrandview Reopen Plan.

Additional Information and FAQ's:


How do I register for the 2020-2021 school year?

For more information about registering for the 2020-2021 school year click here.

Central/District Office is Open During Regular Hours

Central Office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.  


Where can I find more information about meal distribution?

Fall Meal Distribution can be found here.

Playgrounds and School Grounds

To address the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all Grandview C-4 School District playgrounds and outdoor facilities will remain CLOSED until further notice. Outdoor structures and surfaces are not sterile surfaces nor suitable locations for social distancing.

Students Assistance Program Available!

The Student Assistance Program is currently available for students through New Directions Behavioral Health. The program can provide free services to students and families including up to three face-to-face short term counseling sessions, on-site crisis management, 24-hour toll-free phone assistance, and a health resource library.


If you have any questions you can fill out a contact form on our website. It can be accessed by clicking here.
You may also call the Central Office at (816) 316-5000. As we learn more information, we will continue to update you via email, website, and social media.

To reach a health representative for more information on COVID-19:

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has opened a call center to answer questions regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). The 24-hour hotline is 1- 877-435-8411.

Please call any of the Jackson County Public Health Department with additional questions:
Jackson County Health Department: 816-404-6416
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GC-4 Ballot Issues Question 1 and Question 2

Question 1 and Question 2 are proposals designed to provide long term financial stability for the Grandview C-4 School District by balancing the budget, maintaining the ability to pay teachers a competitive salary, and enabling the district to continue its program of keeping buildings well maintained with up-to-date learning spaces. Click here to learn more.

Board Briefs - February Meeting 2021

Regular Open Meeting Brief – February 18, 2021 The Board Brief provides information about what took place during our board meetings. It provides details on Board discussions, actions and items of interest to our community. Please check Board Briefs often to stay up to date on the important decisions being made in our district.

New Administration

The Grandview C-4 Board of Education approved the appointments of several positions in the district. -Dr. Stephanie Amaya - Asst. Superintendent of Human Resources, -Bridget Williams - Grandview Middle School Asst. Principal, -Justin Larmie -Martin City K-8 Asst. Principal. Read more about them here!

Grandview High School Students Earn Awards for Aspirations in Computing

As part of an effort to encourage more young women to choose careers in technology, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) will recognize 37 high-school women for their accomplishments and aspirations in computing and technology at a virtual award on April 17, 2021.
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