The Grandview School District reminds parents that all middle school students will again wear uniform colors of maroon, gray or black tops with either blue jeans or black pants.

Sports physicals

The Grandview School District notes that children planning to turn out for fall school sports must have a valid physical before they can participate.

Meet teachers

All three elementary schools will have a Meet Your Teacher Day on Wednesday, Aug. 27, from 1 to 3 p.m.

Be prompt

Closed campus for GHS frosh

Grandview High School will have a closed campus for ninth grade students, as well as any student who has attendance or behavioral problems.

Bell times announced

Thursday, Aug. 28, is the first day of school in the Grandview School District.

Pilot program designed to engage parents with Sunnyside schools making progress

“It’s good news,” said Sunnyside Transformation Yakima Valley Director Roberto Matus of a pilot program between his organization and the Sunnyside School District.

Sunnyside school board agenda

Thursday, July 31, 2014, 810 E. Custer Ave., 7:30 p.m.

Failing schools letters will be sent to local parents

The state of Washington’s unsuccessful federal appeal means most Lower Valley schools will send letters to parents in the next few days announcing that the schools are failing to meet adequate yearly progress.

S’side elementary schools will use waste reduction grant funds on lunch trays

The Sunnyside School District is one of six districts in Yakima County that are sharing an approximate $150,000 grant to reduce waste in schools.

Sunnysiders graduate from Perry Tech

Several Sunnyside natives were among the students graduating last month from Perry Technical Institute in Yakima.

Staff hirings approved

The Grandview School Board approved the hiring of six teachers during last Monday night’s regular aboard meeting.

City of Grandview awarded $30,000 in drug and gang task force funding

YAKIMA – Yakima County commissioners this past Tuesday approved an agreement with the city of Grandview that provides the city with more than $30,000 in federal funds for its efforts to stem drug and gang activity.