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 for the following information are attached at the bottom of this page.
FLAG FOOTBALL FANATICS - SUMMER AND FALL REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Registration is now open for Summer and Fall flag football sessions. Please see attached flyer for more information.
GYFA 2019 FALL REGISTRATION OPENS - TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019
For more information, visit
www.grandview.youthfootball.com or contact Sam Younkin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IPERC 2019 MULTICULTURAL SUMMER EXPERIENCE - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
For incoming 6th-12th graders, this is a five-day cultural immersion and fun experience with friends from China to be held at Columbus Academy. Cost is $65. Please see the attached flyer for details and/or visit
OSU RESEARCH STUDY CALL FOR MOTHERS OF YOUNG CHILDREN
Mothers, age 21 or older, with a history of depression and a child close to the age of 3.5 are needed to participate in a paid OSU study. For more information, email
or call 614-292-1875.
FREE ACT CRASH COURSE - SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 2019
Grandview Heights Public Library will host a FREE ACT crash courses on August 10. It is a free, four hour rigorous and fast-paced course that focuses on problem-solving and the optional writing sections. Register three weeks prior to the session at
SYNTERO SUMMER GROUPS - REGISTRATION OPENS MAY 1, 2019, AT 12 PM
Syntero Counseling will be holding Summer Groups again this summer. Groups are available for all grade levels (entering into K-12). They are free for families, and spots fill up very quickly. One location is in Upper Arlington (Wickliffe School), and the others are in Dublin and Hilliard. See the attached flyer.
SUMMER ART WORKSHOPS 2019 - COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART
Workshops encourage the exploration of ideas through imaginative play, exploration of art materials, and lively gallery games. Workshops are available for students entering Preschool - Grade 8. Details and registration at
WELLINGTON SCHOOL SUMMER 2019 PROGRAMS FOR ALL AGES - REGISTRATION OPEN
The Wellington School, located in Upper Arlington, offers a variety of summer programs for all ages including Pre-K through high school. For more information, see the attached flyers.
LEGO ROBOT ACADEMY - SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN
Students learn to build, program and compete with working LEGO robots. We have had the pleasure of teaching a lot of your students over the years. Robot Academy hosts a variety of technology camps in several locations near Columbus (Gahanna, Westerville, Ashville, and Dublin). At these action-packed summer tech camps, kids age 4-16 design, build, and program working LEGO robots (using LEGO Mindstorms EV3 & NXT) and invent contraptions using 3D Modeling/Printing. It's the ultimate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) experience. For more information, visit
BALLET MET DISCOVER DANCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM - AUDITION INFORMATION
The Discover Dance Scholarship Program offers children in the Central Ohio area opportunities for quality dance education and training. Students awarded this scholarship will receive fully funded year tuition to the BalletMet Dance Academy and will be required to take two ballet classes two days per week for the 2019-2020 school year. Students must be 8-12 years of age by September 1, 2019 to apply. No previous dance training is necessary. Questions? Contact Leigh Lijoi at 614-586-8629 or email email@example.com.
BOBCAT SPIRIT WEAR SALE
The Grandview Heights High School PTO sells Bobcat Spirit Wear. All proceeds support PTO student and staff programming throughout the school year. For more information, visit
GIRL SCOUT INFORMATION FOR INCOMING KINDERGARTNERS
To learn more about joining Girl Scouts, see the attached flyer or visit
gsoh.org/join to get started on the fun right now!
OHIO CRAFT MUSEUM - SUMMER CAMPS AND WORKSHOPS FOR ALL AGES - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
Summer fun begins at the Ohio Craft Museum! Registration is now open for camps and workshops. Register at
www.ohiocraft.org and see the attached flyer for descriptions.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER AND JOB SHADOWING OPPPORTUNITIES - NOW AVAILABLE
Mill Run Rehabilitation & Assisted Living is seeking volunteers (age 14 and up) to help with activities and students who are interested in job shadowing. Job shadowing is available in the following areas: healthcare administration, nursing, social work, rehabilitation therapy, and human resources. This is a great opportunity to be involved in the community, make a different in resident's lives and learn more about oneself. Call or email Sarah Dixon at 614-404-6465 or at
contact Becky Ryan at
GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS PARKS AND RECREATION NEWS
Register today for these Community Events the whole town will be talking about!
2 nd Annual Tri-the-Heights Youth Triathlon will be held Saturday, August 31, 2019. Registration opens January 1, 2019. Register at https://hfpracing.com/race/ tri-heights-youth-triathlon/
Early Bird Registration Ends July 15 th at 11:59 pm .
Regular Registration July 16 th-August 30
Spring and Summer Camp Registration Begins February 5 for Residents and February 12 for Non-Residents. All other summer programs will be in our Summer Brochure which will be online in May. Summer Camps will run Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-4:00 pm with before and after care options available for an additional fee. Camps will drop off and pick up at the same location daily, either Wyman Woods Shelter House or McKinley Shelter House. (more information will be available at registration) Dodgeball, Kickball, Soccer, Water Games, Arts and Crafts, everyday there will be fun for everyone! Thursdays will be our Field Trip day. You will need swim clothes, towel, lunch, snack and tennis shoes daily.
Grades: finished K-5 th FEE: $165 for Residents $190 Non-Residents
Blast OFF to Summer Camp- Tuesday-Friday, May 28-May 31 st
Silly Sloppy Camp- July 29- August 2
Grades: 4 th-8 th FEE $190 Residents $210 Non-Residents
Awesome Adventures: July 8-July 12
H2WOAH: July 15-July 19
Gladiator Training Academy: July 22-July 16
Grades: finished K-5 th $190 Residents $210 Non-Residents
Camp COSI: August 5-August 9
SAVE THE DATE: SUMMER ENRICHMENT & BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION EXTRAVAGANZA - SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 2020
Community programs offers swim lessons for six-month-olds through adults with an increased emphasis on drowning prevention and water safety. Children's adapted aquatics teaches skills in progression, allow participants to swim and play safely in the water and includes one-to-one instruction.
OSU NEARSIGHTEDNESS STUDY - CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS
OSU is recruiting people between the ages of 10 and 17-years-old with a range of nearsightedness to study changes in the back of the eye associated with nearsightedness. For further information, contact Stacey S. Choi, Ph.D., Associate Professor, College of Optometry, by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 614-688-2237.
TREATMENT FOR MYOPIA PROGRESSION - OSU SEEKING CHILDREN FOR STUDY
CHAMP: Treatment for Myopia Progression
Nearsighted Children ages 3 to ≤10 are needed for a 4 year study to determine if a daily eye drop slows the progression of nearsightedness (myopia).
GRASSHOPPERS RUNNING CLUB OPEN TO GRADES 3-6
Three running season and multiple locations are offered through central Ohio including Spring Road Racing Season, Summer Open Season and Fall Cross Country Season. For full information and to register, visit columbusRunning.com/Pages/Grasshoppers
SEEKING PARTICIPANTS - THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY NISONGER CENTER STUDY OF NON-MEDICATION ADHD TREATMENT FOR CHILDREN AGES 7 TO 10 YEARS OLD
Qualified participants receive free evaluation and treatment, and some reimbursement for time and travel.
Additional information can be found at
. For more information without obligation, call Rachel Bergman at 614-688-3375 or email
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,
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.