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In The Spotlight

Keep Improving District Schools

In April 2021, district voters approved a .60 cent tax levy increase and a $45-million no-tax increase bond measure. The proposals are 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.
The District has already begun the process of making good on its promise this summer to Keep Improving District Schools. Various improvements on district facilities are in the works or are being planned this year with the no-tax increase bond issue.
Those improvements include:
Grandview High School’s(GHS) industrial technology area,
GHS Bulldog Stadium visitor side renovation,
GHS cafeteria remodel,
District fine arts area renovations;
Complete district athletic facility improvements;
Remodel restrooms and complete a new gym and fine arts addition to the Martin City school;
Install new windows at Grandview Middle School and Meadowmere Elementary;
Complete playground improvements;
Renovate locker rooms at all middle and high school sites;
(to the extent funds are available) complete HVAC improvements, camera system replacement, card key access system installation, roofing repairs and replacement, hallway and floor and ceiling improvements plus other small projects (such as musical instrument purchase) and improvements to the existing facilities of the District.

Projects are slated to take place through the 2024-2025 school year.
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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.

Kindergarten Roundup

Saddle up and join us for Kindergarten roundup! You can reach out to your nearest elementary school to make an appointment for your incoming kindergartner. If you don't know what elementary school they may attend, call Central Office at 816-316-5000!

Talking to Bigs, Middles and Littles

This month Community Academy would like to present the recorded webinar Talking to Bigs Middles and Littles, as May is Mental Health Awareness month. We invite you to view this impactful session provided by District Social Worker, Karla Harris. Click here to watch.


On behalf of the Grandview C-4 School District, I want to thank our community for the overwhelming support you showed for our schools. The passing of the $ .60 Tax Levy increase and the $45 million No-Tax-Increase Bond on April 6th will continue to push the district into the future.
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