Welcome to Grandview Heights Schools' Community Flyer page.
The Grandview Heights Schools values the opportunities that the greater community offers to our students to enhance their intellectual, physical, personal, and social development.
The district provides a forum in which non-profit and local organizations can post electronic flyers on the district website providing the organization’s purpose and intent complements the educational mission of the Grandview Heights Schools. As well, the district recognizes the value in providing information to our families and students in a specific, defined, and cost, time, and environmentally efficient manner.
The district will review and approve requests to distribute information to our students. Posting of event information on the district website does not indicate endorsement or sponsorship by the Grandview Heights Schools. To ensure the appropriateness of the material, the district may request the material be edited and reserves the right to not post a flyer.
How do I submit a flyer for approval?
To submit your flyer for approval, please email your name, contact information, and the actual flyer in PDF format that you would like posted to email@example.com. The following disclaimer must be displayed on the submitted flyer: This activity is not sponsored by the Grandview Heights Schools.
The flyer, when approved, will be posted with a short description and PDF attachment to the district website under the Community tab and will remain on the website until the event expires.
Community Information and Opportunities for Students, Parents, and Families - Submitted flyers to the following information are attached at the bottom of this page.
COLUMBUS INTERNATIONAL CHILDRENS CHOIR - NOW ENROLLING AGES 4-18
Join the award-winning Columbus International Children's Choir. Rehearsals are held on Saturdays, August through May. Visit, www.cmaacademy.org to learn more.
OSU SEEKS PARENTS, STUDENTS FOR SCHOOL LUNCH STUDY - COMPENSATION INCLUDED
Dr. Brian Roe of Ohio State University's Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics is seeking parents and children (grades 4-11) to participate in a study focusing on family food preferences and school lunch programs. Parents will receive $20 and children will receive $10 for their participation. Research is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.