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Flyer Distribution

Information for Parents
Important information from your child’s school can now be viewed right from your smartphone! Flyers will be posted to each school’s website and can be accessed by clicking the Peachjar button on your school’s homepage. Additionally, if you’d like to begin receiving flyers in your email to stay up to date with your child’s school, please register:
  1. Visit the Grandview C-4 Peachjar page 
  2. Click "My Account" in the top right corner
  3. Click "Register Now"
  4. Select account type “Parent/Family Provide”
  5. Enter requested information; choose your school and/or district you wish to follow
Information for Community Partners
Community organizations who wish to distribute information to parents can now do so through Peachjar. To send your flyer, follow these steps:
  1. Visit the Grandview C-4 Peachjar page
  2. Click "My Account" in the top right corner
  3. Click "Register Now"
  4. Select account type “Program Provider”
  5. Register Your Organization
  6. Once your account is created, Click “Send a Flyer” to submit your flyer for approval
Once approved, your flyer will be emailed to parents and posted on each school’s website in the flyer-board. A representative from the Office of Communications will follow-up within 48 hours.
GC-4 reserves the right to deny the posting and/or distribution of any flyer.
All flyers should:
  • Adhere to all Board of Education policies (Policy KI)
  • Be educational in nature and serve the District's stakeholders consisting of students, parents, guardians, and the community
  • Be age appropriate for K-12 students
  • Not contain sales driven advertising language that simply promotes an individual, agency, and/or organization
  • Contain the name and contact information of the sponsoring entity
  • Be in PDF format, smaller than 3 MB in file size
Flyer should NOT:
  • Solicit funds
  • Promote a particular political candidate, party, or ballot
  • Position the District on a side of a controversial issue