Students may arrive at campus at 7:45 a.m.. They may buy breakfast at this time or go straight to their classrooms where teachers will let them in the building. Bus riders will go directly to class.
School Dismissal Time for Elementary: 2:45 p.m.
Part-time Kindergarten Start Time:
PM - 11:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
AM Session - 8:05 a.m. - 10:55 a.m.
PM Session - 11:45 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
2 Hour Delay
No AM Preschool
Campus opens at 9:45
School starts at 9:55
Breakfast bag available upon request
We'll hold our Kindergarten Information Night on Wednesday, February 8th for families with students entering kindergarten in the fall of 2023. You'll learn more about: kindergarten readiness, half-day vs. full-day options, curriculum, transportation, general information about Grandview and more.
NEW! The Board of Education approved a new age deadline for kindergarten, starting in fall 2023, to better align with the Universal Preschool Program, as well as other area districts. Students who are age 5 by October 1, 2023 are now eligible for kindergarten! For general information on our kindergarten program and online registration process, visit the Kindergarten page.
Universal Preschool Applications Now Open
Applications are now open for the State of Colorado’s Universal Preschool (UPK) program. Starting with the 2023-24 school year, all families will be eligible for free preschool at our sites.
Parents, please be aware that Parent/Teacher conferences are coming up. The majority of the meetings will be between February 13th - 15th. Teachers will be reaching out to you via email to schedule your conferences in January
Be sure to check the school calendar for upcoming Fridays that the students have off.
IDS NOW REQUIRED FOR SCHOOL VISITS
In an effort to increase the safety and security of our schools, we have implemented a new screening system this school year for visitors and volunteers, utilizing Raptor Technologies. All non-staff members wishing to access the school building will need to provide a state / government-issued ID at check in, starting August 9.
Visitors typically do not work with students unsupervised and are not engaging with regular and ongoing volunteer activities. Utilizing a state or government issued ID, all visitors will be screened against the registered sex offender database.
Volunteers are involved on a more regular and ongoing basis and may be alone with students. All volunteers must complete an application and background check that includes a search of the national criminal database, sex offender list, and terrorist watchlist. Once an account has been created and the application has been approved, you will be able to login and review volunteer opportunities at your selected schools.Apply Now(English|Spanish)
All visitors and volunteers must sign in and out at the front office, and an approved badge will be provided for you to wear during your school visit.
Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as we implement this new system. For questions, please contact Mental Health & Safety CoordinatorAhmad Sedaghat.
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