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The Grandview Heights Schools values the opportunities that the greater community offers to our students, parents, and families to enhance intellectual, physical, personal, and social development. 
 
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Submitted flyers for the following information are attached at the bottom of this page.  Please note that events and programs are not necessarily sponsored by Grandview Heights Schools.
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

SYNTERO SUMMER GROUPS FOR KIDS - SEE ATTACHED FLYER

Register Your Child for Syntero Summer Groups!  All groups are FREE to any student in Dublin, Grandview, Hilliard & Upper Arlington City Schools. ** The opinions, products, activities and/or services of this organization are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the school district**  Groups start the week of June 8th.  Registration: May 15, 2020 on Sign Up Genuis at 10 am  *All Groups Will Be Offered Online with multiple sections and time offerings* 

 

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMPS

Junior Achievement of Central Ohio is excited to offer a two-day virtual entrepreneurship summer camp for rising 5th-8th graders who are excited about starting and marketing a business.  Tomorrows are more important than ever, so we help kids spend more time planning and dreaming of their future, and less time worrying about today. There will be two sessions, each with their own theme:
  • June 8th & 9th - Be an Eco Entrepreneur!
  • June 17th & 18th - Be a Restaurateur!
 
Through this virtual experience, campers will learn about:
  • Product Development and Pricing
  • Marketing
  • Budgeting
  • Personal Finance
 
The investment is $50 per session per household.  For more information and to register, visit
 

 

 

4TH ANNUAL MARBLE CLIFF MILE - REGISTRATION OPEN - EVENT POSTPONED

Join the GHHS Cross Country Team's 4th Annual Marble Cliff. For updated information, visit www.marblecliffmile.com 

 

 

 

SAFETYVIEW HEIGHTS KIDS CAMP - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - PLEASE CONFIRM ACTIVITY DUE TO COVID-19 BY CONTACTING THE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

This program is a fun way to acquaint your child with different aspects of safety. During this two-week camp (June 1-12), kindergarten and first graders will learn about being safe at home, school, and play. The last day of camp there will be a graduation for family and friends. To sign up, contact Grandview Parks & Recreation at 614-48-3111 or visit www.grandviewheights.org.

 

 

WELLINGTON SUMMER PROGRAM - In light of Governor DeWine to continue learning from home through the end of the 2019-2020 school year, Wellington has decided to cancel the first four weeks of the Wellington Summer Program (June 8-July 3). These programs will not be rescheduled.

The Wellington Summer Program offers half and full day camp options for students ages 4 through high school.  Enrichment, sports, academics, STEM and performing and fine arts are all part of the Wellington program.  Credit classes and SAT Prep are available for high school students.  Click here for more information.

 

 

OHIO CRAFT MUSEUM

Summer Art Camps Cancelled with Option Available!– Art Camp To-Go Boxes –We’ve made the difficult decision of cancelling our traditional summer art day camps due to the current COVID-19 situation, but we’re responding by offering a safer option for us to still make art together or make it on your own. Art Camp To-Go is a box filled with supplies for 4-5 art projects which are supported by fun instructional videos and an optional daily live online check-in.
Click Here for all the details.

 

 

ROBOT ACADEMY - LEGO BATTLEBOT CAMP - REGISTRATION OPEN - PLEASE CONFIRM ACTIVITY DUE TO COVID-19 BY CONTACTING THE ROBOT ACADEMY

Weekend camps and five day summer camps available for ages 4 - 16.  Design, build, and program working Lego robots in real-world challenges.  Engaging and fun activities teach kids about science and technology.  Visit robot-academy.com for more information. 

 

 
 

KIDS THAT COMPOST - PARTICIPATION INFORMATION

Kids That Compost (KTC) is a grass roots collective of kids, advocates, and service providers working to divert household food waste away from landfills by building an innovative, high impact, scalable approach to composting via social enterprise.  For more information visit, https://kidsthatcompost.org or email colleen@kidsthatcompost.org or see the attached flyer.