Please check out this short video message from Superintendent Dr. Kenny Rodrequez. In this video Dr. Rodrequez discusses the plan to welcome all students, who chose the option, back to school in-person four days a week.Uploaded Mar 30, 2021
QUESTION 2 - Previously we talked about Question 1, now let's talk about Question 2 and what it means for our district. #WeAreGrandviewUploaded Mar 30, 2021
QUESTION 1 - The Grandview C-4 School District will have two proposals on the April 6 ballot. The proposals will be labeled as Question 1 and Question 2.
Let's talk about Question 1 and what it means for our district. #WeAreGrandview
Know the facts about Question 1 and Question 2.Uploaded Mar 12, 2021
In this week's Superintendent Update Dr. Rodrequez discusses the plan to bring back Grandview High students in-person on a hybrid schedule.Uploaded Feb 12, 2021
Dr. Rodreqeuz discusses second semester plans in this latest Superintendent's Update.
There will be no school at all Grandview C-4 Schools December 21 - January 1. Central Office will also be closed during that time. We will see you Monday, January 4.
Please enjoy this holiday video message from Superintendent Dr. Kenny Rodrequez.
In this week's Superintendent Update, Dr. Kenny Rodrequez explains student health and safety reminders, survey reminders and Jackson County Health Department updates.
In this week's Superintendent Update, Dr. Kenny Rodrequez explains what the new state and local guidances mean for our district and more on our plans for in-person learning.Uploaded Nov 19, 2020
Distance learning is bringing out a more creative side of teachers and students when it comes to connecting, teaching and learning. GHS Theatre teacher Molly Mokler and her students have been hard at work the last several months getting ready for their first virtual play 'She Kills Monsters.' Here's a behind the scenes look at their preparation.Uploaded Nov 18, 2020