4th Grade, 5th Grade and 6th Grade!
4 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Congrats to Jerry and his family. Kent State University at Tuscarawas is getting a great one! πŸ’™πŸ€πŸ€
9 days ago, Frank Hall
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PROM 2024!
9 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Senior Showcase Baby Pictures Aidan Baker!
10 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Senior Showcase Class of 2024 Aidan B. Congrats, Aidan! πŸŽ“
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Grand Valley High:
10 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Mrs. Eason's Kindergarten class is spending the week reading stories about what it means to be respectful and how to deal with big feelings. Today's book was "The Sour Grape."
11 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Tomorrow is the end of Round 2, take a moment and vote for Mrs. Juker! https://americasfavteacher.org/2024/heather-juker
10 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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5th and 6th Graders!
11 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Senior Showcase Class of 2024 Jeremiah A. Congrats, Jeremiah! πŸŽ“
11 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Starting out our Senior Showcase for the Class of 2024! Zoey A. Congrats Zoey! πŸŽ“
11 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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BABY PIC
Seniors!
11 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Congratulations to Reagan Boiarski for setting a new school record in the long jump 17-00.25!
11 days ago, Frank Hall
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Seniors!
12 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Giving back to the community one road at a time. The Grand Valley FFA cleaned up Staley and half of Hague filling 75 bags of trash! Members came out to Orwell on Saturday at 9am to complete the task, in roughly 3 hours. We would like to thank Mr. Byler and the Orwell Township for making this possible. We also want to give a special thanks JD’s Pit Stop, for donating delicious pizza!πŸ•
13 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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Grand Valley High Students, Parents and Guardians: Please read carefully as there will be a delayed start on the days of state testing that are listed on the sheet below. If you are unable to drive to school, or get a ride to school and be at school by 10:45 on the delayed start days, or if you do not have access to quality internet, you can ride the school bus in the morning and do the same schoolwork at the school that everyone else will be doing remotely. Make sure you have your Chromebooks charged and with you. Each morning your 1st period teacher will post a question in their google classroom that you are required to answer between 7:15 and 7:37 to be marked on time to school in the morning. Also, each teacher periods 1-3a will have work you are required to do remotely. Please make sure you log in each period and do the required work. To all who will be participating in state testing, please take your time and read and consider each question thoroughly. Please make sure you give these assessments your best effort. You are an intelligent student body, and more than anything, your teachers and I would like to have that reflected in your test scores and on our state report card. https://5il.co/2hsn2 Roberta A. Cozad Grand Valley High School Principal
17 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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GV Community: Important Announcement Regarding School Restructuring for 2024-2025 Dear Grand Valley Students, Parents, Staff, and Community, It is with careful consideration and a commitment to adaptability that I address you today. Over the past few years, our school has experienced a decline in enrollment, prompting us to evaluate our structure to ensure the best educational experience for our students while maintaining financial stability. Since 2008, our enrollment has decreased from over 1,400 students to approximately 850 in 2024. To align with this modern reality, we have undergone significant staffing adjustments, reducing our workforce from over 150 employees to fewer than 100. Despite these changes, I am pleased to report that our school system remains financially stable, thanks to diligent stewardship and prudent planning. Our facilities continue to be maintained to high standards, ensuring a conducive environment for learning and community use. Today, I am announcing some administrative restructuring measures that will come into effect for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year. These changes are designed to optimize our resources and better serve our students in the current educational landscape. Firstly, we will transition to a K-5 Elementary School and a 6-12 Middle School/High School model. Under this new structure, fifth-grade students will remain in the elementary building for one more year before transitioning to the middle school/high school campus. To oversee these distinct educational phases, we are appointing two main principals for the next academic year. Mrs. Kerington Wayslaw will serve as our Elementary Principal, while Mr. John Glavickas will take on the role of Middle School/High School Principal. Additionally, Dr. Ellen Winer will transition from Director of Pupil Services to Special Education Director, assuming a reduced schedule. Ms. Roberta Cozad will move from her role as High School Principal to Assistant Superintendent, Director of Special Programs, focusing on critical areas such as grants, safety programs, district strategic academic planning, and curriculum alignment to enhance student academic progress. To ensure a smooth transition, parents/guardians of fourth-grade students will soon receive communication from the Elementary School informing them that their child will remain in the Elementary School for fifth grade. We believe that this additional year in the elementary setting will contribute to their academic success. Change is inevitable, and as educational leaders, we must adapt to evolving circumstances to provide the best opportunities for our students. I appreciate your patience, understanding, and support as we navigate these changes together. Thank you for your unwavering commitment to our students’ success and for being valued members of the Grand Valley community. Sincerely, Dr. William R. Nye Jr. Superintendent
18 days ago, Stacie Orosz
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